Dear Friends in Life,
Our first tour to colleges in Olympia, Tacoma and Seattle was a success by any measurement. During the three days, more than sixty people of all ages participated. We passed out many pamphlets and spoke with many students. Several college newspapers had front page coverage and letters to the editor brought further attention to the evil of abortion. While some students expressed their opposition to using signs, others thanked us for having the courage to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves.
This tour, a short one day, will go to three abortion mills in the Seattle area. There is an excellent possibility that we will save at least one human life. In fact, it is a probability!
Please consider joining us. We will peacefully assemble and obey civil authorities.
God bless you and yours,
Dani and Ed Sauley, Show the Truth, WA
"SHOW THE TRUTH TOUR"
"ONE DAY AT THE MILLS !"
SATURDAY, DEC. 6TH
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
CEDAR RIVER CLINIC
4300 Talbot Rd. S.
Renton, WA 98055-6238
1. Merge onto WA-18 E via exit number 142A toward AUBURN/ NORTH BEND. 2.90 miles
2. Merge onto WA-167 N toward KENT/ RENTON. 10.32 miles
3. Take the S.W. 43RD ST./ S. 180TH ST. exit.0.29 miles
4. Turn RIGHT onto S 43RD ST/ SW 43RD ST. "0.14
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
4500 9th Ave NE # 324
Seattle, WA 98105
We will set up at the intersection of 45th and 9th. This intersection is located just a block after leaving 1-5's 45 St. Exit and proceeding East toward the University.
1:00 PM to 2:00PM — LUNCH
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
LAKEVIEW MEDICAL & DENTAL CTR.
3216 NE 45th Pl.
Seattle, WA 98105
1. Merge onto WA-520 E via exit number 168B toward BELLEVUE/KIRKLAND.0.84miles
2. Take the MONTLAKE BLVD. exit. 0.21 miles
3. Turn LEFT onto MONTLAKE BLVD E. 1.32 miles
4. Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto NE 45TH ST. 0.18 miles
5. Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto 45TH PL NE. 0.01 miles
3:45 PM - CLOSING PRAYER
FOR CAR POOL INFORMATION e-mail: SHOWTHETRUTHWA@AOL.COM
WHY DO WE SHOW THE BLOODY PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE DEAD HUMANS?
"A picture is worth a thousand words."
In this case however, it is worth much more. Approximately 1.2 million preborn babies are executed by abortion every year in America. An atrocity of this magnitude must not remain hidden. These photographs expose the suffering of the preborn child.
We display these photographs because the media has censored the preborn child from the "abortion debate." The American press refuses to show the American people what these babies look like, who are dying in the womb. We are simply attempting to bypass that media blackout by going to the streets and displaying these photographs.
Just Some Tissue
Most believe the myth that abortion is just the removal of some benign tissue. These photographs expose just how mythical such thinking is. The displaying of these photographs reveals to this nation that a great holocaust is going on in our midst, that our indifference toward it must cease, and that we must act on behalf of those who are oppressed.
What a pathetic people we are if we want to tolerate the oppression of an entire people group, but then become outraged at someone for displaying the suffering of that people group. It is important to note that the displaying of these photographs has saved many preborn babies from death by abortion and have spared many women and men the grief of having aborted their own son or daughter.
There are many historical precedents for displaying such photographs. Just as we have seen photographs of lynched black men, Jewish corpses, and lifeless Vietnamese children, so we need to look at the frozen, horrid images of preborn babies torn from their mother's wombs.
At the end of WW II, our American soldiers marched the citizens of Germany past the remains of those who died in the death camps. They marched men, women, and children past the remains of those who died in the death camps. Why did they do it? Because those citizens all stood guilty for having tolerated the atrocities that went on in their midst. So it is in America today, we all stand guilty for being silent while this atrocity goes on in our nation.
Civil War Photographs
Matthew Brady, the famed Civil War photographer, took and displayed many photographs of the war dead. In 1862, the New York Times wrote the following about Brady's photographs:
"The dead of the battlefield come up to us very rarely, even in dreams. We see the list in the morning paper at breakfast, but dismiss its recollection with the coffee. We recognize the battlefield as reality, but it stands as a remote one. It is like a funeral next door. It attracts your attention, but it does not enlist your sympathy. But it is very different when the hearse stops at our own door and the corpse is carried over your own threshold. Mr. Brady has done something to bring us the terrible reality and earnestness of the war. If he has not brought bodies and laid them in our dooryards and along our street, he has done something very like it."
WHEN SOMETHING IS SO HORRIFYING WE CAN'T STAND TO LOOK AT IT, PERHAPS WE SHOULDN'T BE TOLERATING IT !!!