THE MARKETING STRATEGY OF ABORTION
“International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is the world’s largest abortion provider. In the same way that the marketing strategy of a drug dealer requires the creation of a pool of drug addicts, IPPF needs sex addicts to survive. These are created through a very effective business model. IPPF first promotes the introduction of Sex Instruction in schools etc., which stimulates teenage sexual activity. Then contraception is introduced to “protect” against the consequences of sexual activity, namely, pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). When contraception fails, then IPPF are in the forefront to provide abortion and testing services for STDs. Then they claim that to reduce abortion and STDs there should be more comprehensive sex instruction and the cycle continues.
EVERY PREGNANCY IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO CASH IN
It is not unreasonable to suggest that IPPF’s objective is to increase the number of abortions since most of their funding, to the tune of £1 billion, is for providing abortion services. IPPF gets no funding, recompense or benefit by DISSUADING women from having abortions or from those who do not think that they have an STD. IPPF has its headquarters in London, England, but curiously it has no abortion facilities in the UK, however, it is from London that IPPF plots and develops strategies on how to persuade or force the governments of countries where abortion is illegal to change their moral code and laws to permit the killing of the unborn. Remember their business plan: the more abortions done, the more cash in hand. Thus, IPPF behaves like a bounty hunter: every pregnancy is an opportunity to cash in.
VIGILS IN LONDON, UK – WHAT IS A VIGIL?
A vigil is part of the monastic Liturgy of the Hours, which is prayed during the night and early hours of the morning. Bishop Thomas Daily and Monsignor Philip Reilly, Diocese of Brooklyn/New York used this term in 1989 because believers enter into the spiritual night by praying and singing peacefully in the darkest place in the city, namely, the abortion practice or establishment.
WHAT HAPPENS AT A VIGIL?
The Vigil begins with the celebration of the Holy Mass for Life after which, a small group remains praying before the Blessed Sacrament while the Rosary procession leaves the Church for the abortion establishment without any discussion and, above all, without any anger or even resentment towards the parents and those who work for the abortion industry. In the procession, only the Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, as Patroness of the Apostolate of Help, will be carried.
The Archbishop of Mexico City has given us permission to invoke her as ‘Mother of Life for Europe’. Monsignor Reilly, the founder of the ‘Helpers of God’s Precious Infants’, had been fighting for more than two decades for the legal protection of life and with little success. Completely discouraged, he said, ‘We have tried everything yet the killing continues.’ When he had reached the lowest point, he heard God’s voice in the depth of his heart, ‘Prayer should come first’ – and all other actions will flow from it. Responding to God’s call, the ‘Helfer Deutschland’ (Germany’s Helpers) was founded in 1999 by Wolfgang Hering, with his mission being blessed by Bishop Daily and Monsignor Reilly.
‘PRAYER SHOULD COME FIRST’
The consequences of the curse of abortion are dead babies and mothers surviving in silent anguish. Many organisations, misguidedly, promote and perform abortions, arguing not only that it is a right but also that it benefits babies, women, families and our society. The leading business in this field is the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), with its headquarters in London. IPPF’s employees errantly believe that they are doing good and necessary work. Have we prayed for them today as Jesus did for His executioners, ‘Father, forgive them for they do not know what they do!’? We should never forget that they also are God’s precious infants and that Our Lord died and rose again to save us all from the consequences of our sins.
The purpose of iHope’s Procession & Vigil, headed by Wolfgang Hering of Munich, Germany is to bear witness to IPPF employees to the intrinsic value of human life. We pray they will accept Our Lord’s gift of salvation and they in turn will persuade mothers to keep their babies. This initiative was started significantly at 12:00 noon on the 12th December 2012, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Mother of Life for Europe, with the intention of continuing every month on or around the 12th day of the month. When the 12th falls on a weekend, iHope’s Procession & Vigil will be held on the following Monday.
On the 12th of each month, iHope’s Procession & Vigil will follow a set format and schedule. As this is essentially a spiritual work, spiritual preparation for one’s own protection and for success of the mission, is required therefore we ask you first and foremost to pray.
2013 PROCESSION VIGIL DATES
• Friday, 12th April
• Monday, 13th May
• Thursday, 13th June
• Friday, 12th July
• Monday, 12th August
• Thursday, 12th September
• Monday, 14th October
• Tuesday, 12th November
• Thursday, 12th December
11:45 Meet on Westminster Bridge, London SE1 7UT
12:00 Begin: Middle of Westminster Bridge
12:30 Holy Mass at St Georges Cathedral SE1 7HY (Southwark) finishes at
13:00 Rosary Prayer Procession to Newhams Row SE1 3UZ (IPPF HQ)
13:30 Arrive at Newhams Row SE1 3UZ where we pray until 14:30
14:30 Return to Southwark Catholic Cathedral
15:15 End of procession
‘The biggest destroyer of peace is abortion.’ Mother Teresa
UN keynote address for the Nobel Peace Prize, December 1979″
– From the iHope leaflet. Details on http://www.ihopelondon.org (external link)