Friday, June 3, 2011

Pro-Life Movie, Pro-Abort Nightmare

Pro-Aborts are going to have nightmares about this. 

TPMMuckraker

Kenneth Del Vecchio, a Republican candidate for New Jersey state Senate and a producer of conservative-themed films, is premiering a psychological thriller this weekend with a pro-life twist: Three pregnant women, who intend to have abortions, are kidnapped and forced to carry their pregnancies to term.

From the Official Release

The controversial premise of THE LIFE ZONE: three women have been kidnapped from abortion clinics and are being held for seven months—until they all give birth. The film, which appears to cut right down the middle, examining the topic from both sides, offers a powerful, anti-abortion climactic twist.

Here's the official movie trailer:

Imagine locking pregnant women up, in order to prevent them from killing their babies. Will pro-aborts see this scenario as a real possibility?  Yes, they will. 

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34 comments:

  1. the fact that this is targeted to pro-lifers and therefore a form of entertainment for them says more about pro-lifers than they would like to admit.

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  2. Jackie - The movie "appears to cut right down the middle, examining the topic from both sides". I can almost bet the audience will be split down the middle.

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  3. Nope. The audience will be mostly anti-choice. And what is missing from your post is the fact that The Life Zone is a rape film produced by a rape-apologist who condones the kidnapping and rape of pregnant young women.

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  4. The overall violence against women under the guise of "saving life" is disgusting.

    Kenneth Del Vecchio says: Hey, let's make a movie about kidnapping three women (a felony) and keep them in a room for seven months to stop them from having an abortion. After forcing them against their will to carry a pregnancy for nine months (causing physical and emotional abuse and stress not to mention a life-threatening condition) we will have them go through hours and hours of physical pain that would be considered torture under another circumstance. Then when pushing out a watermelon out of a hole the size of an orange, causing vaginal and rectal tearing, or major abdominal surgery, we'll let them go! Sounds awesome, right? And no once can say its misogyny because we can say its to save the babies from those stupid, stupid women.

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  5. jovan b - Rape? I didn't see anything about rape in the trailer.

    Jackie - Del Vecchio is film maker. I shouldn't have to say any more about him. As for your fear of pregnancy, you need to get some help to deal with that. If all women felt the way you do, the human race would cease to exist.

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  6. Excuse me but how do you know that I don't have children? Did it ever cross your mind that I have given birth (possible even a few times) and I'm just reporting the reality of pregnancy and childbirth? I know you anti-choicers like to focus all of your attention on the fetus- negating the woman's role and sacrifice in the birth process by painting it as a trivial experience- but there are woman who will speak honestly about pregnancy and childbirth. And that's not because we are angry about it or regret it, but because its about time we get recognized for the sacrifices and life-threatening state we put ourselves in when we decide to create a life.

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  7. Jackie - Everyone knows pregnancy is not easy. That's why God put the task on women, men could never cut it. Go back and read your fear mongering and honestly tell me it wouldn't scare some women enough to abort. And that's just your description of a movie. The reality of pro-choice fear mongering is much worse.

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  8. fear-mongering? Really?

    You mean when we murder doctors? Oh wait that's the pro-life movement.

    Bomb/ burn/ anthrax attack women's clinics? Oh wait that's the pro-life movement.

    Harass women entering a medical facility? Oh wait that's the pro-life movement.

    Tell medically inaccurate information to women? Oh wait that's the pro-life movement.

    And no anti-abortion gang, not everyone knows that pregnancy is not easy. And nor do people (particularly forced birthers) realize that the U.S is number 50 in WHO maternal death rate. So when it comes to pregnancy, that is my decision and mine only.

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  9. Wow Jackie. Why am I not surpised you went so far off the beaten path? None of those things are/were done by "the pro-life movement". Perhaps a sick individual or two, but not pro-life as a whole. Not only do you use fear mongering to push women toward abortion, you also use fear mongering to keep them away from abortion clinics. Good job on that one!

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  10. "Not only do you use fear mongering to push women toward abortion, you also use fear mongering to keep them away from abortion clinics"

    Don't accuse me of hurting the female race because I posted an actual description of pro-life terrorism or childbirth. And by the way, no matter how self-rightous and morally superior you think you are, you do not speak for all women so just stop.

    And no, these are not " sick individual or two" but the culture of the pro-life movement as a whole.

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  11. Jackie, Current statistics show more people view abortion as morally wrong. So when you speak on behalf of pro-choice women, you are not speaking for the majority. I am.

    Pro-life believes in individual responsibility. This includes the 'terrorists' as you call them, who are solely responsible for their crimes. There are extremists on both sides of the debate.

    Pro-choice spreads hate. Look at the hatred on CPC's, which are in place to help women keep their babies. What help does pro-choice offer after the abortion is done? None, because the 'problem' has been killed. Women are sent back to the same lifestyle they came from. Rape, abuse, etc. CPC's help women make a new start (and they get to do it with their baby in their arms).

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  12. But prochoice is never violent (rolling my eyes) google 'Operation Counterstrike' and 'James Pouillion shot by prochoice extremist' and get back to us. Not to mention the over 54 million dead because of choice. Then we'll talk violent.

    If we can force people to be responsible for their children after they're born, we can force them to be responsible before they're born. Of course, dismembering others in utero is the essence of compassion and peaceful treatment, isn't it...laughing out loud right now.

    As for fear mongering, proaborts have been using it to control women for almost 40 years now. 'SHRIEK we're all gonna die in childbirth! We're all victims of the 'patriarchy' without our legal right to kill!' Your attempt at rhetoric is laughable.

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  13. "We're all victims of the 'patriarchy'...."

    Look up at the OP. That's one of your pro-birth compadres proposing, via a film, that women who attempt to avail themselves of a legal medical procedure should be kidnapped and forced to give birth against their will. If that's not about controlling women supposedly for a 'higher' calling, then what is it?

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  14. Armored 'Saint':
    James Pouillion was shot by a guy who also killed a shop owner that day. Drake (the killer) didn't shoot Pouillion because Poullion was pro-life and Drake was pro-choice. Drake shot him because Drake was unstable after having killed two teens in a car accident.
    In addition, Pouillion wasn't exactly the worlds best picture of pro-life. Even his son said the man had a pathological hatred of women. Are you sure you want him to be your martyr?

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  15. Nullifidian - It's not about controlling women. It's about protecting those women's babies. We'll have to wait and watch the movie to understand the full scope of it, but I understand it covers both sides of the abortion issue. Higher calling? No, that's just you trying to squeeze religion into the debate. On your point about abortion being a 'legal medical procedure'. I suppose you've read about Jennie L. McCormack? She ILLEGALLY self aborted a 20-25wk fetus will pills her sister bought on the internet. Thoughts?
    http://theantiabortiongang.blogspot.com/2011/06/abortion-advocates-recommend-dangerous.html

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  16. James Pouillion was an old man on oxygen shot by a prochoice extremist for the sign he was holding depicting (SHRIEK!) an unborn baby. And yes I'm well aware his proabort son badmouthed him, just as you're doing now. No respect for the living and none for the dead either. How typical.

    Proabort 'martyrs' on the other hand are the essence of peace and compassion and class...let's see, there's Tiller who ended the lives of 60,000 human beings and was facing over 20 charges at the time of his death, and good old Carhart who has been up on charges God knows how many times, and your hero Gosnell, protected by the National Abortion Federation for 30 years, who's only crime was getting caught...what a long list of distinguished accomplishments. How many dead babies until you're 'equal' to men, Pro? Apparently 54 million in the US alone isn't enough. Stay classy.

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  17. The Anti Abortion Gang:
    It's not about controlling women.

    Maybe you should tell that to Kenneth del Vecchio.

    It's about protecting those women's babies.

    What babies?

    We'll have to wait and watch the movie to understand the full scope of it, but I understand it covers both sides of the abortion issue.

    Sure, in the same way Jüd Suß covers "both sides" of the issue of anti-semitism. The three women are all in purgatory after having died while undergoing an abortion, as if that were a common consequence of the procedure itself and not one that's more common when abortion is made illegal. The only one who does not adopt the YAY BABIES! ideology is the one who gets sent to hell. As an added bonus, the doctor who delivers them has been sent to hell for killing herself, so she's not to be trusted with her autonomy either.

    To pretend as if this is anything other than far-right ideological pornography is ludicrous.

    Higher calling? No, that's just you trying to squeeze religion into the debate.

    Read above. I'm not the one who has introduced religion into the context of this movie: the filmmaker did that. He's trying to eschew the nasty consequences of showing a deranged anti-abortion fanatic kidnapping three young women and making them give birth by turning God into the kidnapper-in-the-sky. In this respect, the play Keely & Du by Jane Martin is both more thoughtful and more honest.

    On your point about abortion being a 'legal medical procedure'. I suppose you've read about Jennie L. McCormack? She ILLEGALLY self aborted a 20-25wk fetus will pills her sister bought on the internet. Thoughts?

    My thoughts are that this is the obvious consequence of deliberately setting out on a policy of restricting women's access to legal abortions. You won't get no abortions as a consequence, because abortion has been happening since the days of antiquity (e.g. the wealth of Cyrene was made from exporting silphium, a potent abortifacient). Instead, you will simply get desperate women who will risk their lives and prison to free themselves from an unwanted pregnancy.

    So pat yourself on the back. This is what anti-abortion meddling from people like you lands us with in the real world. We get desperate people attempting even more desperate solutions, not a world of bunnies and ponies and BABIES!!!111! And as long as you continue attempting to restrict abortion, you'll see more and more cases of this.

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  18. Proabort 'martyrs' on the other hand are the essence of peace and compassion and class...let's see, there's Tiller who ended the lives of 60,000 human beings and was facing over 20 charges at the time of his death....

    All of them trumped up by an anti-abortion fanatic we had as state Attorney General at the time, a man so unpopular because of his crazed, single-minded crusade against abortion that he lost his post even in Kansas to the Democratic candidate in 2006.

    Secondly, I have seen no evidence that he was responsible for the death of even a single human being. Since fetuses are not individuated, it makes no sense to treat them as individual beings nor to confer upon them individual rights.

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  19. Interestingly enough, Armoured, I didn't enter this conversation with you to talk about abortion, but rather to point out a mistake you have made in a documented criminal case.
    Poullion wasn't shot BECAUSE he was pro-life.

    But, keep trying.

    As for 'my hero' Gosnell, did I mention that skeeze-ball? How do you know if I condemn or condone him, when in fact I never mentioned the man. Nor did I mention Tiller, although I do tend to think he was a very good doctor.

    The fact that your brought up my 'heroes' as you call them, and my apparent 'inequality' problem with men just proves you are incapable of comprehension, which leads one to believe you may have never entered a real discussion in which others disagreed in the slightest.
    Especially because I never mentioned either topic, at all.

    Again, I pointed out your mistake in a documented criminal case. The implication that you cannot accept facts that don't fit in with your world is outstanding. Keep up the good work, for it's people like you that keep people like me looking good.

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  20. 'Pro'-the only ones you're 'looking good' too are the other feminazi drones, same old parroting of the same old tired rhetoric you've been spewing for the last 40 years.

    Feel free to prove Poillion wasn't murdered for his prolife beliefs using actual facts and documented, unbaised sources. Also feel free to prove Tiller didn't murder full term healthy babies for no other reason than Mommy wanted them gone. I wish you good luck in erasing the documented charges against Tiller and his political connections and payola to Sibellius and the KS govt. Unless of course you can prove the grand jury indictments against him were just prolife stories? I'll check back in a week or so to see your progress. Not holding my breath.

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  21. All this feminazi shrieking over a movie-what will you idiots do when abortion is made illegal IRL? Step up like grown women when it's time to be responsible? Just imagine...

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  22. All this feminazi shrieking over a movie-what will you idiots do when abortion is made illegal IRL? Step up like grown women when it's time to be responsible? Just imagine...

    Yup, nothing misogynist about you at all. *eye rolling*

    I also love the implication that everyone you disagree with must be a woman, because as we all know women are incapable of coming to a fully realized, rational position on their own and therefore have a tendency to be screeching harridans who need to be guided by the superior rationality of men (who are, naturally, all of the same, united masculine opinion).

    P.S. Despite your best attempts, the U.S. is still a nation where the presumption of innocence reigns. So if you wish to establish that Dr. George Tiller was corrupt or incompetent or that James Pouillon was shot because of his anti-abortion fanaticism then the obligation is on you to do so, not on the doubters of your claims to establish the opposite.

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  23. Here are the numbers of pro-life terrorism since 1973. The idea that you people this you're pro-life is laughable. You are pro-compulsory pregnancy and are misogynist to the core.

    Murdered 4 doctors, two clinic employees, a security guard and a clinic escort.

    17 attempted murders, 383 death threats, 153 incidents of assault or battery, and 3 kidnappings committed against abortion providers.

    41 bombings, 173 arsons, 91 attempted bombings or arsons, 619 bomb threats, 1630 incidents of trespassing, 1264 incidents of vandalism, and 100 attacks with butyric acid.

    655 such bioterror threats made against abortion providers.

    Pro-lifers are terrorists. There is no comparison between women controlling their own bodies and the incidents listed above by pro-lifers. NONE.

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  24. "You are pro-compulsory pregnancy and are misogynist to the core." - Again, pregnancy can be prevented by not having sex. I can't control the sexual urges YOU have, only you can do that. Misogynist? Do you call all pro-life women misogynists? Considering the numbers of pro-life women in the US, and elsewhere, the hypocrisy is laughable.

    "Pro-lifers are terrorists" - That's BS, I'm pro-life and I'm not a terrorist.

    What you are doing is regurgitating pro-choice rhetoric. Try THINKING, and using common sense instead.

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  25. Anti-Abortion Gang,

    Thank you for this film. I am hoping it will have description service on it so I can enjoy it. I am a blind pro-lifer. Its wonderful that life-respecting films are coming out. I appreciate what you are doing and please keep up the good work.

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  26. Thank you. I hope so to. I honestly don't know if they will though. I will try to find out though.

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  27. Children are born everyday that ARE NOT WANTED.Then they are abused,molested,neglected and grow up to be criminals and killers in this society.

    You WILL NEVER STOP people from having sexual urges.It is within all of us,as we are ANIMALS.
    You can,however,stop the amount of unwanted children in this already crowded world.This world is grossly overpopulated.What do you propose to do with millions of more children you want to save? Are you going to support them all?
    Not everyone was meant to be a parent.Sometimes birth control fails.Abortion is necessary.

    Websites like yours just confirm even more how I feel about abortion since prolifers are so clearly incapable of an intellectual conversation and of not using ridiculous religious arguments.
    The world is not a hearts and flowers place where all babies should be born.
    If anything,abortion is an act of mercy.
    Better to not be born at all then to be born into a crappy hell hole like this.

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  29. DJ - You speak of intellectual conversation, yet I see nothing intellectual in your comment. You speak of human beings as if they were domestic animals. You speak of human fetuses as if they were disposable. You've had a tough life. Get over it, and get past it.

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  30. I see no intelligent reply by you either,and you of course answered none of my questions.
    Humans are animals.We are called mammals.

    All serial killers were unwanted children.Such as Ted Bundy.Perhaps aborting him would have saved many lives.
    I think you are the one who needs to get over yourself.
    This website is stupid.People like you who try to force your beliefs and ideals on people arr nothing more then control freaks.

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  31. DJ - I've found that the more intelligent a pro-choicer is, the less common sense they have.

    Yes humans are animals, specifically, mammals. What's your point?

    You said: "You WILL NEVER STOP people from having sexual urges.It is within all of us,as we are ANIMALS."

    We also have the ability of self-control. To hear you speak of primordial instinct, makes it sound like humans will stop and have sex whenever the 'urge' hits them. At the office? On the street corner? They don't, because unlike dogs, they have self-control. Have you personally seen the reaction a male dog has to a female dog that's in season? Thankfully, humans are above that. And if we can control our sexual urges in public, we can control them in private too.

    "People like you who try to force your beliefs and ideals on people arr nothing more then control freaks."

    There is nothing wrong with people like me, attempting to bring some morality back to people like you.

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  32. It just so happens abortion is still LEGAL in this country.So obviously there is something wrong with you for wanting to overturn laws.

    You can get on your high moral horse,but abortion made illegal would ensure many more deaths of women who would seek them illegally.Then the mother AND child would die.
    I don't agree with abortion as a form of birth control or late term abortions,but in the beginning,it is not a baby.It is a cluster of cells.One can have an abortion before there is even a first heartbeat!

    If we are so much higher then animals,as you say we are,then why is PORN a billion dollar industry? Humans are sexual creatures.This does not mean every couple that conceives should have a child.
    There are addiction issues,mental illness issues,and many other issues that would not only pass on these traits to the unwanted child,but would guarantee the child would not be properly taken care of.

    I was an unwanted child.I was passed around from home to home.I was neglected.I was abused.
    Do I need to "get over it" as you say?
    No,because I have first hand experience being an unwanted child.I have more merit to my opinion on abortion then anyone because I have been there.
    Every child should be a wanted child.Should be loved and cared for.
    Or end up like me with a lifetime of therapy,depression,anxiety,and mistrust of all those around me.
    And if you think there aren't many others like me,you are quite mistaken.

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  33. "It just so happens abortion is still LEGAL in this country.So obviously there is something wrong with you for wanting to overturn laws."

    For now, abortion is still legal. Not all laws are just and fair. Those that aren't should be overturned.

    "abortion made illegal would ensure many more deaths of women who would seek them illegally.Then the mother AND child would die."

    That statement is classic pro-choice rhetoric. Would some women die of attempted self-abortion? Sure. But the vast majority of women have better sense than to stick a foreign object up there crotch attemting to rid themselves of the life within. For those that do, it will be by their own hand should injury or even death occur.

    "why is PORN a billion dollar industry?"

    Just like any other business, supply and demand. Because people like you buy it. You condone it, you support it.

    "There are addiction issues,mental illness issues,and many other issues that would not only pass on these traits to the unwanted child,but would guarantee the child would not be properly taken care of."

    Yes, I am aware of the issues that pro-choicers have. Remember when you mentioned my moral high horse? We need MORE morals, not less. Your answer to these issues is to kill the children before they are born. That doesn't solve any of the issues you mentioned, and abortion may actually make them worse.

    "I was an unwanted child.I was passed around from home to home.I was neglected.I was abused.
    Do I need to "get over it" as you say?"

    Yes. Find a positive use for what you feel. Join a group that has had a similar life as you. Make it your purpose to help children that are now living through what you went through. You have the power within you to heal.

    As a Christian, I feel I must also say that God can help you heal. Even if you don't have faith, you probably have a friend that does. Join them at church. It won't hurt you, and with time you will know why those of us with faith, rely on God to get us through difficult times.

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