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Wonder why you never heard of this movie? Can you say Censorship?

You know why. Saw this on Tucker last night. Tucker Carlson interviews Nick Loeb about Roe v. Wade Movie

I’m amazed this YouTube video doesn’t have any likes Published on Jan 4, 2018 not one like. I liked it but doesn’t show up. I wonder is it because the publisher has some kind of setting in place or is it being censored by YouTube? Dr. Alveda KingRoe v. Wade the Movie 

Watch Nick Loeb on Newsmax TV on January 15, 2018 discussing Roe v. Wade the Movie. Nick Loeb on Newsmax TV discussing ROE v. WADE the Movie

Heres the website for funding, donations and info.

“ROE V. WADE is the untold story of how people lied, how the media lied, and how the courts were manipulated to pass a law that has since killed over 60 Million Americans.

Many documentaries have been made, but no one has had the courage to make an actual feature film, a theatrical movie about the true story. Roe v. Wade stars JON VOIGHT, STEPHEN BALDWIN & STACEY DASH.” ROE V. WADE the Movie

Here is a more in-depth description and funding page on Indiegogo 

YouTube channelRoe v. Wade The Movie 

From RURdy4It :  Roe v. Wade the Movie – THE TRUTH

Check out some other articles on the movie.

“A film project examining Roe v. Wade from a pro-life prospective has Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight, actor/producer Nick Loeb, and Alveda King involved.”  Jon Voight, Alveda King, Involved in Pro-Life Film on Roe v Wade

“Actor and producer Nick Loeb is joining with pro-life leaders in the production of Roe v. Wade, described as “the first movie ever about the true story” of the controversial Supreme Court case that created a right to abortion though no such right ever existed in the Constitution.

Win McNamee/Getty Image

Win McNamee/Getty Image

“Planned Parenthood is a major theme throughout our film,” he said. “The movie opens up with the founder of Planned Parenthood Margaret Sanger giving a speech at a KKK rally, talking about how we should reduce the black population in America.” Facebook Blocks Crowdfunding Site for ‘Roe v. Wade’ Movie

“The plaintiff in Roe v. Wade, which struck down pro-life laws and made abortion legal in every state, was Norma McCorvey. Though initially the icon for abortion advocates, she became pro-life in 1995. McCorvey remained active in the pro-life movement until her death on February 8, 2017.” The story of how ‘Jane Roe’ of Roe v. Wade became pro-life

“Terry said he was inspired to make the film when he realized how few people knew about McCorvey’s life. “When I went to her funeral,” he said, “I had a cameraman with me, and I was shocked at how few people were there.”

He was also bothered by false narratives of McCorvey’s life found in the secular media.

DETROIT (ChurchMilitant.com) – A film honoring a late pro-life icon is now available for online viewing. A Cold Day In Hell tells the life of Norma McCorvey, the plaintiff in Roe v. Wade, the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion and has led to the deaths of 60 million unborn children and counting.

After a dramatic conversion, she became a highly outspoken member of the pro-life movement. McCorvey passed away in February 2017. A Cold Day In Hell celebrates her life and her conversion.” New film pays tribute to Norma McCorvey: THE REAL STORY BEHIND THE ROE OF ‘ROE V. WADE’

“The media seems to be doing an effective job of rightfully condemning many people who have an association with the Ku Klux Klan — but one exception to this seems to be Planned Parenthood’s “beloved” founder, Margaret Sanger.

Margaret Sanger is usually described as a “birth control pioneer” who founded Planned Parenthood, but she also met with members of the Klan, advocated eugenics, and supported the use of sterilization to rid the planet of the “unfit.”

Sanger wrote about her meeting with the Klan in her autobiography. Yet somehow this fact is made light of, glossed over, or completely ignored by the media.” Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger spoke to the Ku Klux Klan and supported eugenics. So why does the organization still honor her?

You might find the following articles interesting.

“Abortion advocates often claim as a defense of abortion that no one can really, truly define the moment life begins. Without knowing that, they say, there’s no real argument against abortion. Consider, for example, Melissa Harris-Perry’s insistence that life begins “whenever you feel like it does.” Obama famously said that the question of when life begins was above his pay grade. While the science of embryology has long since been settled, it’s still not good enough for abortion activists.

But a new scientific breakthrough might go a long way towards changing hearts and minds: scientists have been able to capture the moment life begins, with a burst of fluorescence as a new life is conceived…” Scientists say life begins at conception with a burst of fluorescence

“April 26, 2018 – Whenever I see a media figure passionately defend the pro-life position, I always get curious. It’s not surprising that there are pro-life people in the media, of course, especially on the right side of the spectrum.

But when someone chooses to dedicate his time and energy in the media sphere to exposing the truth about abortion, revealing the lies of abortion activists, and advocating for the rights of pro-lifers to bring the truth to the public square week after week, I want to know what drives that passion.” Two very personal reasons Tucker Carlson hates abortion

Liberalism is a mental disorder and effects anything it comes in contact with.

“Spokesman John McGuirk of the Save the 8th group — which refers to the Eighth Amendment in the constitution that bans abortions — told Irish television Saturday that many Irish citizens will not recognize the country they are waking up in.

The official vote tally for Friday’s vote has not been finished but exit polls predict a massive victory for repealing the constitutional ban.

McGuirk said it will now be relatively easy for the government to pass more liberal abortion laws in the parliament.” The Latest: Anti-abortion group admits defeat in Irish vote

God Bless America and you.

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Saying goodbye to Yahoo. Taking back my privacy a little at a time..

“When was the last time you spoke with your friends or family about internet privacy? Sadly, for most people, the answer is never. In general, people believe that only a small percentage of people care about privacy, and while we know that isn’t true, it is something that keeps most people from talking about privacy.” Privacy Mythbusting #1: Nobody else cares about privacy! (Umm, yes they do.)

I’ve deleted everything in my Yahoo account and closed it. I will not respond to anyone with a Yahoo account at the end of their email. I’m slowly moving away from the “Big Three” FaceBook, Google and Twitter. Maybe not moving away but definitely building and giving myself options. This is how it started a few weeks ago for me. I got my Yahoo “Terms Of Service Privacy Notice”  and posted this.

I did and this is what I wrote and Tweeted back to them in segments.

“First of thank you for finally listing to your users and deleting all the “Photos” you stored. I hope they are truly deleted and not stored somewhere. I’m not aware of ever giving you permission to do that.

I had Twitted, wrote a blog post and shared a piece from another site about your new Privacy Policy.

You Tweeted back and suggested I come here.

I am very displeased that you feel the need to scan emails related to banking and financial information, not to mention that the sites you own are allowed to scan emails, instant messages, photos, and other user data and that the agreement also says that the data may be shared with Oath’s parent company, Verizon.

With all the news about data sharing and privacy concerns(not to mention the data that has been hacked and stolen from you in the past) I’m amazed that a large corporation like yours would double down on a policy like this as if to say screw you joe blow public.

We should have an option to opt out of data sharing. Big companies like yours can still get plenty of revenue from sponsors and paid advertisement.

I would like to see you drop the law suit you joined suing California Consumer Privacy Act as Facebook has.”

Never heard anything more from Yahoo until three days ago, this was their response.

Yahoo feedback response.

Yahoo feedback response.

So, that’s what I just finished doing today. It took me a couple days because I had to do some research and look for a new email provider. I never really gave email much of a thought.

When I first started using the INTERNET back in the 90″s I just went with the flow pretty much like everyone else I assume. What a journey it’s been, growing, adapting and watching all the changes. Those of you that are old enough, remember AOL. It was about the only game in town so to speak and once you figured out there was more things available to you trying to get out of AOL was a nightmare to say the least.

I started my search for new email  searching for security and privacy in mind and had to learn what some technical terms meant like, IMAP, SMTP, or POP3 and other things. Here’s some of the articles I found if your interested. The 5 Best Secure Email Services for 2018Best Free Email Services of 2018List of Secure Email Providers that take Privacy SeriousA List Of Email Providers That Don’t Track You.

I’m on a budget and just want basics free email service with a reasonable expectation of privacy. If you really want to take privacy serious you can pay for it or get into encryption but that seams pretty time consuming to me, slow and every one has to have a key and be up on it. You can also go dark of course but thats slow too and you have to take a lot into consideration and make some adjustments.

Anyways I’ve got two email accounts one for the Big Three, Facebook, Google and Twitter with no contact info or personal info in the account. Another for regular email and the other social media outlets I’m on. I’ve been gradually switching, using, moving to the other social media outlet’s for awhile now, moving away from the Big Three and their tracking, censoring and spying. I’ve been on Codias for awhile now and Minds for about a month, really enjoying Minds a lot of good people and mix. Just started using Gab and joined Me We. All looking pretty good and promising. I’ve been using Opera for my browser for about a year now and loving it and also use DuckDuckGo for search now.

If you follow Tucker Carlson He’s done some good reporting on the “Tech Giants” privacy and control. Heres the latest from last night. “In recent years, the digital video monopoly YouTube, which is part of the digital search monopoly Google, has been accused of trying to silence conservative viewpoints – an accusation they deny. The digital monopolies demand that we conform to their views, have too much power and are a threat to our country.” Tucker: Why YouTube’s alleged censorship matters

I know why the progressives and left don’t give a crap or want to do anything about the Big Three.

“calling the concerns a “conspiracy theory,” even as they defended tech giants’ right to censor content on the basis of political viewpoint.

Even as they mocked conservative concerns over tech censorship as a fantasy, congressional Democrats defended tech companies’ right to do it if they wanted to.” Two-Faced: Congressional Democrats Defend Tech Giant’s Right to Censor, also Call Censorship a ‘Conspiracy Theory’

But unless ‘The People” start to take it seriously or do something about it for themselves, things aren’t going to change. You  definitely can’t count on elected officials to take “Privacy” or “Personal Security” seriously, there’s just to much money on the line.

Anyway’s, good luck God Bless America and you.

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