"America will not reject abortion until America sees abortion"

Fr. Frank Pavone, Priests for Life

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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Keep the Casket…Open
by Angela Michael
August 2011
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            History is repeating itself. Just as one hundred and fifty years ago our nation was torn apart over the issue of slavery, even so, today there is another great evil that divides the country…abortion. Back then, a whole race of Americans was viewed as inferior, less than human, chattel to be used at another’s whim and will; even so today, there is a group of Americans who are shamelessly treated as “things” to be owned, to be disposed of…unborn children. 

            The parallels continue: Back then, by a majority decision of 7-2 in the infamous Dred Scott case (which had it’s beginnings in St. Louis), the Supreme Court ruled against all those of African descent; even so, in 1973, by a majority of 7-2, the Supreme Court overturned the pro-life laws of all fifty states and declared that the humans in the womb were no better than slaves, living and dying at the discretion of another. Back then the compassionless cliché was, “Don’t want a slave? Don’t own one.”  Today we say, “Don’t like abortion? Don’t have one.”
            Sadly, it took a Civil War to bring the horrid institution of slavery to an end; a war fueled by the preaching of righteousness and the dissemination of the truth that “all” men are truly created equal. And today, another war is brewing and has begun as we and many stand in the gap, being witnesses of the atrocities, and proclaiming on the airwaves the reality of these horrid acts; and very soon we will have the opportunity to bring this message, this truth, into the living rooms of many. 

            This month is the 56th anniversary of a brutal, unthinkable act. Emmett Till was a young African-American boy from Chicago who was violently murdered in Mississippi while on vacation. His funeral service was to be closed casket because his face was so disfigured, but his mother insisted the casket be opened so that the world could see what had happened to her son.

            Over four days, thousands of people saw Emmett’s body. Many more African-Americans across the country, who might not have otherwise heard of the case, were shocked by the pictures of him. These pictures moved them in a way like nothing else had. Black preachers were demanding that “something be done in Mississippi now!”
            Showing what’s in the casket is exactly what we do outside these abortion mills…and we are hated for it. Our message: If the truth of what happens to a person through abortion is so horrible, then why are we allowing it to happen?
            At first, local whites as well as blacks were horrified by the crime. Newspapers and white officials reported that all “decent” people were disgusted with the murder and proclaimed that “justice would be done”. That same attitude from our leaders and churches needs to be embodied now. It needs to be preached from the pulpits and driven into the streets where battles are won. We have no more excuse for calling unborn children “non-human” today than our forefathers did for calling blacks “non-human” then.
            Elie Wiesel, survivor of the holocaust, wrote: “What harms the victim most is not the cruelty of the oppressor, but the silence of the bystander.”
            In Emmett Till‘s mother, Mamie Bradley‘s words: “Two months ago I had a nice apartment in Chicago.  I had a good job. I had a son. When something happened to the Negroes in the South, I said, ‘That’s their business, not mine.’ Now I know how wrong I was. The murder of my son has shown me that what happens to any of us, anywhere in the world, had better be the business of us all.”
            We can no longer stand by and say, “It’s not our problem.” I ask you; are we not our brother’s keeper?  If the horrible “seen” injustice done to Emmett Till moved a nation to action, should not the unspeakable violence done to the most vulnerable Americans--the children in the womb--move “us” to action?

            There must be a crisis of the conscience. Only after seeing abortion for what it really is will we understand the controversy and end this horrible injustice. We must never, never be silent on atrocities that we find disgusting to view.”

Wednesday, August 24, 2011


George Offerman

This is one of these posts that is really enjoyable to write, as it is heralding some of the best news one can receive in these very dark times.  Before I proceed, I want to be perfectly clear that I am not advocating in any way, shape or form, or even any part of the heretical “Prosperity Gospel” that is so prevalent today.  I am going to present information I have researched for over a decade, and will cover basic mathematical principles as well as Biblical principles.  To simply put it, if you don’t act on this information, you will not participate in this transfer.  Period.  And also be mindful of this title.  I did not say it is the only way to wealth: I am claiming it will be the largest transfer of wealth in history.
God has clearly revealed in Scripture, and this is backed up by hundreds of verses, that Gold and Silver is His money.  God is also very clear in Scripture that he hates dishonest weights and measures, and curses those who practice dishonesty in money matters.  Modern paper currency (I will not refer to it as money) is the most dishonest weights and measures fashioned by man at any time in history, and for the first (and only) time in history, every nation utilizes paper currency as its medium of exchange.   Unbeknownst to the majority of world inhabitants, this is about to come to a horrific end.  In the end God’s money, gold and silver, will take its rightful spot as the money of choice in everyday commerce.  It is happening right before our eyes even as I write this.  This is why it will be the greatest transfer of wealth in human history.
Throughout the majority of human history, gold and silver have been used as money in nearly all societies, and has universal appeal.  The fact that humans still desire these metals are played out at present time by virtually all countries trying to purchase or mine the metals.  This desire was instilled by God, and will continue until the end of time.  The problem is, with the population explosion coupled with industrial use for both metals, but mainly silver, the amount of metals available is much more limited than even 10-15 years ago.  Because of the shortages and increased demands by investors, there is now a historical vortex being created that will propel both metals into the stratosphere concerning the prices.
We also have the greatest amount of debt ever accrued in world history, and to monetize this debt with gold and silver could and very well may propel both metals into the four to five digit range, with gold possibly hitting the six figure range.  When we put together the forces of the increased population, decreased amount of metal and exponential debt, we have the ‘perfect storm’ or equation for the highest prices ever seen.  As I have repeatedly told anyone willing to listen over the past several years, this transfer is written into ‘the cards’ so to speak, and for those who do not get on this train before it leaves, will have great regrets.

Debts need to be paid, and it is inevitable this debt will need to be monetized by a commodity that is universally accepted.  Gold and silver fit this bill, and given there is a finite amount of both metals, the prices of these metals will reflect will be reflected in the need to pay these debts back.   Since we know there is about 6 billion ounces of gold and about 1 billion ounces of silver bullion, the prices have to eventually cover the trillions of dollars’ worth of debts and obligations we have to pay to the world as well as promises made to our citizens.  These are simple economic principles, and it will inevitably occur sooner than later.
Silver, for instance, hit a 600 year low in price, when factoring in for inflation.  As late as 2003, silver could be had for $4.35 an ounce, and those that purchased then have had a tenfold return on their initial investment.  Gold was around $270 and has experienced a nearly eight fold increase in price.  I can’t think of any other investment that has returned as much over the past 8 years.  But if you haven’t purchased any of the metal yet, the ride is just beginning.  It is true that the easy money has been made in gold and silver, but the big money is yet to be made, and big it will be.
Throughout history, a day’s wage for the average laborer was denarii, which is 1/10 of an ounce of silver.  This value may soon return, and that should give one an idea of the VALUE of silver and a gauge in which to plan one’s strategy.  I have repeatedly encouraged people who ask me how much silver to get that they should aim for about 1,000 ounces. If a day’s labor is 1/10 of an ounce, a person holding 1,000 ounces in effect will purchase back 10,000 days of labor for themselves.  This would work out to 40 years of work, if one uses the modern work week as a template.  So, one could set up their own ‘retirement system’ using silver and it would run them about $40K in current dollars.  And the good news is since silver is a tangible commodity, it is no one else’s liability once purchased, and it cannot go to $0 in value.  What one will need to do is to calculate how much money they would need to fund their retirement for 40 years, in inflated adjusted dollars.  (Silver goes up with ‘inflation’ thus there would be no need to increase the amount used year over year.)
As well, I also feel obligated to write what I also tell those I encourage to buy silver, that one day, silver will be the worst purchase, because it is inevitable it will be overpriced by at least a factor of 2, and no one ought to be caught holding the bag when this happens.  But the good news is, today is not the day, and we are very far away from the prices silver needs to hit to even worry about it.  I also tell people the silver market is volatile, and it will rise and fall in large increments.  So, if one is to purchase silver, they need to strap themselves in for a ride, and not pay much attention to the day to day motions of the market.  I have ridden this market out for over ten years, and overall, I am up.  In fact, everyone I am aware of who has been purchasing silver from my promptings is up measured in dollar amounts.  I believe this trend will continue, and escalate over the upcoming months and years.
The time is short, and due to the limited supplies of metals, opportunities to get on board this train are limited and closing fast.  The warnings are everywhere, and one has to be painfully aware that the powers that be have no intention of stopping their insane spending and debt habits.  Protect yourself and your family.  Get gold, but also get more silver, and do it soon.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011


George Offerman

I had nearly completed another post when the ground shook today.  Needless to say, it was a scary 30 + seconds, and rather intense, but all of us at my place of employment made it out safe.  we ended up being sent home early due to the fact our building is required by law to have an inspection prior to allowing the public back in for their healthcare needs.  I also expect I will be dealing with more than a few people who will have an increase in anxiety.

It was how I reacted that concerned me the most.  My first impulse was to not pray, but to want to run out of the building as soon as possible.  I was able to compose myself after a few seconds, and then said a quick prayer for the safety of the building and all of my colleagues and patients in our facility.  The shaking eventually stopped and we were able to process what had happened.  I think we will all have a different perspective on presuming everyting will be alright even when at work and having at least the perception it is a safe place.

Anyway, thanks to all who have shown their concern and for those who prayed for us.  We dodged a bullet today, and need to be thanking God for the severity of this quake, and really having minimal damage.  Praise be to God.

Monday, August 22, 2011


George Offerman

Of all the candidates in the Republican field, Ron Paul is the one who has been most consistent in his pressing for an end to legalized child killing.  Year after year, Dr. Paul has introduced a pro-life amendment, and in most years this amendment has not had any co-sponsors.  And this is from a party that claims to be pro-life.  Ron Paul also comes from a liberal district in Texas, but continues to win reelections by overwhelming majorities due to his constancy in legislation, as well as integrity shown in keeping his word on substantive matters.

As a physician, Dr. Paul understands clearly life begins at conception and he has been an undying and unashamed advocate for this position.  Unlike most in the pro-life movement, Dr. Paul makes no apologies for his positions, and takes a very tough line against those who dispute his position.  Dr. Paul confounds his opposition, due to the fact he comes from a stance that is backed by scientific knowledge and personal experiences, not some convoluted propaganda and emotional hysteria that the pro deathers position takes.  This is why he is unmercifully attacked by these groups.  Yet he is not defended by the pro-lifers.

I have been told by more than a few that Ron Paul has some ‘objectionable’ qualifications that would disqualify him from endorsements.  The largest, concerning the life issue, is Congressman Paul sees abortion as a state’s rights issue.  If anyone can remember their civics classes, any amendment adopted into the constitution needs passage by 75% of the states, so each state must have strong pro-life lobbies in them for this to happen.  Unless there is a pure ban passed through congress, or an overturn by the Supreme Court, the only way to end legalized child killing will be an amendment.

Here is the issue: none of the current candidates for the GOP has attempted to pass legislation as Ron Paul has, and no one has the consistent record Congressman Paul does on this issue.  The pro-life movement better get it through their noggins that it is those who have borne the brunt of battle, such as Congressman Paul that will give us the best chance of ending legalized child killing, not those who are pretenders and are pro-life in name only.  It is amazing how short the attention span is of the general pro-life movement, and how easily they can be conned by slick talking politicians and drink the same old Kool-Aid election after election.

Take Rick Perry for instance.  He is a former Democrat (maybe) who campaigned for Al Gore.  He is pro-gay marriage.  He also passed a very controversial law mandating all 6th grade girls be vaccinated with the controversial and supposed HPV preventative GARDASIL, even against parents’ wishes and religious beliefs.  He pushed through the very controversial construction of the Texas NAFTA Super highway, which has been linked to the North American Union proposal by the Trilateral Commission, as well as Bilderberg group.  Finally, Mr. Perry is a member of the Bilderbergers, and has attended several of their meetings over the previous years.  But this guy does one prayer breakfast and makes a few slick comments, and lo and behold; the pro-life movement is jumping all over this guy’s bandwagon as if he is the reinvention of sliced bread.  Really, is that all it takes to get the pro-life movement’s endorsement?  Just talk a good game, and you’re in?

It blows me away that the pro-life movement seems to never learn from their mistakes.  They lump all of the GOP candidates, minus Ron Paul into the same playing field, when there is absolutely no evidence these people will do what the pro-lifers are claiming, and that is to follow through with their so called ‘pledge’ to support legislation that protects babies.   The problem is that Ron Paul has done this every year, and has essentially been ‘iced out’ by the prolife movement.  So much for the consistency, and so much for the integrity of this movement.    It seems the prolife movement can’t see the trees from the forest.

This is one more instance in which the prolife movement shows its inability to win this war.  They will ice out the most prolific advocate for life and hook up with the latest harlot willing to sell his (or her) soul by advocating for some prayers and slick talking and its off and running with endorsements.  Shame, shame, shame on the prolife movement, if the charlatans of the GOP are eventually nominated to run and supposedly represent our cause.  Just don’t come crying to this corner when you get sold down the river.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011


George Offerman

It seems over the past few years when I take two weeks off, things seem to happen.  This particular vacation, I was expecting to see major movements in the financial world, and my expectations were met, if not exceeded.  This was not unexpected, and the rumblings in the financial world are really at the beginning phase of an all out collapse.  I have been telling people for some years now, how by simply using mathematical principles taught in the 8th grade, anyone can come the conclusion that the only outcome from blatant money printing and institutionalized deficit spending is collapse. 

Before I go on, I will point out once again, that this issue is not only linked to legalized child killing, it is the genesis of it.  Anyone who has ever done any sidewalk counseling knows the number one reason cited for killing children is lack of money.  The individual say it, planned parenthood says it, and even our government has alluded to this.  If we had fair and honest money, we would not be in the mess we are in.  But because we have a tendency to compartmentalize everything, we will continue to wander in the financial desert until we get the connection and do something about it.

Getting back to the issue, our debt in this country is increasing in a geometric progression.  Our productivity or ability to pay it back is at best increasing in an arithmetic progression, but more likely stagnating, if not actually regressing.  With this being the case, it is a MATHEMATICAL CERTAINTY there will be a crash, and this will usher in a need to reset the whole economic reality of this country.  Because the whole world is on a fiat based currency system, there is no historical precedent in which to refer to, so we are truly in ‘uncharted territory’ concerning the severity and duration of this reset.  There cannot be any other outcome at this time, and it is only a matter whether we have the gumption to pay now with great pain, or later with greater pain, plus interest and penalties.  But pay we will.

This is why both parties ‘caved’ on the debt limit ceiling.  Very few of these people are statesmen, and they don’t want to be known as the ones who caused the ‘greater depression’.  So they did what all previous congresses and presidents have: kicked the can down the road.  The problem is there is not much road left on Debt Avenue.  So, economically, we are treading water until the main event begins in earnest.

I have included a brief snippet from an author I am learning to really appreciate.  It discusses what children may learn from the current economic situation, but it also reflects rather accurately the behaviors of the average American.  This is taken from Simon Black’s article, and his writings can be found at:  www.sovereignman.com

I have to imagine that any child watching the goings-on of American politics would conclude that:

- debt is wealth
- living beyond your means is completely sustainable
- if anyone tells you otherwise, denounce their mathematical errors
- if at first you don't succeed, keep trying the same thing over and over
- working hard and saving money is bad
- spending money and not working is good
- if you have a problem, the government will bail you out
- people are entitled to things that they didn't work for
- no one should be held accountable for the consequences of the risks they take
- it's not illegal if the government does it
- despite what our eyes and ears tell us, inflation is not a concern
- everything is going to be OK simply because the government says so

The financial system is completely different than what it used to be, and the basic premises have been thrown out. The dollar is no longer stable. The US is no longer "risk free". The government is not there to help. The happy-go-lucky days of safely putting our savings in bank CDs and T-bills are gone for good.


Two years ago, I discussed gold and silver for the first time on this site and mentioned how the majority of the pundits were trashing both metals, despite the increasing price for both over the past 8 years.  I also mentioned how there were a few people back then (just 2 years ago) that discussed $1,500 gold and $50 silver.  The majority of people back then did not imagine, nor believe these prices would be breached.  Just two years later, it has been done, and in the most recent few days, a few commentators in the arenas I read have discussed $20-25 K gold.  We haven’t even hit any type of hyper inflation, and the predicted numbers have grown ten fold in just 2 years.  These numbers would have been laughable to even the most strident of gold bugs, yet there are credible authors and gurus of these markets now openly making these claims.  (I can’t wait to see the numbers two years from now!)

This wouldn’t be happening if our economic troubles were improbable.  These numbers only make sense in an economic crash scenario, and it seems more and more of those who study these markets are coming to this conclusion.  We really are at the threshold of something catastrophic, and it is very important that people begin to see this.  It is time that we begin to act on what we know, and take actions that will be positive for ourselves and family.  Godl and silver will go to heights that no one can really believe at this time, but it will be common knowledge in short order, and many will have regrets they did not act on this information.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011


George Offerman

My wife and I had an opportunity to have breakfast last Saturday morning with the recently elevated Bishop Hying.  After having many good laughs and recollecting the many misadventures of seminary life, the conversation turned towards more serious topics, and we ended up on the topic of homosexual marriage, now legal in New York.  Bishop Hying knows Archbishop Dolan well, as Archbishop Dolan was in Milwaukee for several years prior to his move to the Archdiocese of New York.  We discussed the effect this law will have on the state, this country, and ultimately the church.

I totally agree with Bishop Hying’s assessment, that once the break in the sanctity of marriage is made, it will ultimately end up fragmenting society and the family.  We then discussed how it will affect Catholic social services, which now must make a decision about adoption policies, and whether most of these agencies will choose to shut down rather than cater to the homosexual contingency.  It seems the Bishops at the level of the USCCB are attempting to go after the ‘conscience clause’ as the point of attack, after having conceded the main fight of going after the original bill, or threatening excommunication of political leaders, such as governor Cuomo, who are claiming to be Catholic, but support such legislation.

We discussed how these issues ultimately are going to draw this society into a major conflict, in that people will need to have to choose sides, and it is more likely that Christians will find themselves on the wrong side of the law, and may be jailed for simply believing in what the Church teaches.  The bishop then went on to mention how this is reminiscent of the early church and how it seems we are ready to revisit these times.  Definitely a conversation that was too sobering for an early Saturday morning.

We then discussed the role of the church and what ultimately would need to happen.  It seems there is much timidity in the American Church, and there seems to be a lack of conviction in enforcing the teachings, especially to the wayward politicians who seem to stick their noses and fingers at the Church, and then believe they can continue on in good graces as if nothing happened.  There is a need for the hierarchy of this church to stand up to these people, and do what is right for the Church, as well as society and especially in the sight of God.

I left that breakfast with very mixed feelings.  I had feelings of hope, as this dear and holy friend of mine seems to have a good grasp of the issues, and is persuasive enough to gather others around him that will have the courage to make the necessary changes and stand up for the church.  I also left with some feelings of helplessness, realizing Bishop Hying has a much tougher job than I can even begin to imagine.  In many ways, I fear Bishop Hying may not have the support of those who need to create the tension necessary to make the changes and to make it very clear to these politicians and other Catholics, that they cannot participate fully in the church while holding these anti Catholic positions.

These are no easy tasks, but the end result is much scarier than taking a stand for what is right and being ostracized for it.  I will continue to pray for my friend, that he has the strength and courage of conviction to do the right thing, and begin leading the Church (to the extent possible) back to its roots.  Otherwise, I fear his words will be true: persecution will be around the corner.  We will not be able to speak against homosexuality and life issues, and we all will be seen as extremists that need to be dealt with in the harshest of ways.

Monday, August 15, 2011


George Offerman

I and several family members spent the past two weeks on a vacation/mission in which we saw family and friends, but also spent time at an undisclosed location which we will hasten to when this collapse hits critical mass.  Prior to leaving, I received a call from a prominent local politician asking me to consider running for the open school board position in my community, which unfortunately became available due to the death of the man holding it.  I stated I wanted time to think about it and would get back to him.  This politician also informed me that he and others on his search committee had other people in mind and would get back to me if the committee decided on running any of these individuals prior to my return.  Needless to say, I heard back in about 14 days, and we began to discuss what we needed to do to get me onto the upcoming ballot.

I then mentioned my arrest at Notre Dame, and the tone of the conversation changed instantly.  I, in one second, went from a shoe in to ‘unelectable’, due to being an ‘extremist’.  And this is coming from a man who claims to be an undying pro lifer.  It seems with all the matters going on in the world, and all the hell breaking loose that someone who prayed peacefully on a campus, and was arrested for it, is now unfit to serve the local community on a school board.  According to this man, people like me ‘scare’ the average person, and God forbid, no one should have such strong beliefs on issues such as pro life that would ‘alienate’ the electorate.  I can’t say I was truly surprised, but I was significantly ticked off at what appears to be too much placation, and a ‘selling out’ of beliefs in order to get ‘elected’ and ‘serve with integrity’.

I promptly informed this man that the Republican party is not pro life and told him he knew this was true.  I then went over the history of this, with the many opportunities to get good Justices on the Supreme Court, as well as the opportunities during the Bush II years of having both chambers of Congress and the presidency to overturn Roe.  I also discussed the most recent sell out by Boehner and company with the Planned Parenthood fiasco.  I then asked him if these men ‘deserved’ to be re elected after their ‘selling out’ of the cause, and like most good politicians, I did not get a response.  I also informed him that there is no way in hell I would sell out my beliefs to get elected and that maybe it was, and is a good idea to find someone else to run.  But it is this exact position that continues to be at the root of the problem: we cannot be true believers and be in politics.

I am not saying I believe this, I am saying this is what is actually going on in politics today, and it was very emphasized to me on this local level.  I believe I would do very well as a school board member, and holding schools accountable is very necessary during these times.  It seems so many are condition into believing this that is has actually become a real stance taken by those in power, and perceived to be the truth.  It is such a shame that too many want to leave their beliefs ‘at the door’ when stepping into their political roles, and it demonstrates too well the idea of compartmentalization I’ve written about on many previous occasions.  It seems the masses want change, but change within the parameters of comfort and convenience, and ‘don’t press me into having to make difficult and morally correct decisions’.   This is why things are not getting better, and in fact are breaking into deeper and darker levels of hell with each progressing day.  How one can justify the status quo when all hell is breaking loose is beyond my ability to understand this level of insanity.

I told this politician that being a true Christian REQUIRES us to stand up for the unborn.  What I did at Notre Dame IS A MAINSTREAM Christian belief.  It is what we are all called to do, but it seems few are willing to listen and to do what is right.  Taken to a larger context, we can then postulate our way of life will change, as few will have the courage to stand up and do what is needed to change the course of destruction we have put ourselves and our country on.  This is why it is so easy to see we are going over the cliff while the majority still wants bread and circuses.  This is why when someone follows truth, he is seen as an extremist.  And this is why we as a nation will experience the amount of pain that is on its way and it will be unmerciful and long in duration.