Sunday, May 04, 2008

Pro-Abortion Terrorists Claim Responsibility for University Bombing

Pro-Abortion Terrorists Claim Responsibility for University Bombing

By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman

SANTIAGO, April 26, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A terrorist group calling itself the Insurrectionist Federation has reportedly taken credit for the recent bombing of the University of the Andes in reprisal for a decision of the Chilean Supreme Court prohibiting the distribution of the abortifacient "morning after pill".

The bomb detonated in a university bathroom on April 23. Although no one was hurt, ACI Prensa reports that the bathroom suffered severe damage, contrary to media reports that the device was just a "noise bomb".

"They say it's just a 'noise bomb' but in reality the bathroom was destroyed and if anyone had been there they would have been killed or injured," a university source told ACI Prensa.

The report, which originated with Chile's Radio Cooperativa, was based on an email message sent to Chilean authorities.

"Credit for the attack has been claimed in relation to the debate which has existed in our society regarding methods of avoiding contraceptives," said Xavier Armendáriz, a federal prosecutor, in an interview with Radio Cooperativa.

The Chilean Supreme Court struck down the government's policy as unconstitutional, because it violates the right to life guaranteed in the nation's charter document.

The attack was carried out against the University of the Andes because one of the court's judges has an affiliation with the institution, according to ACI Prensa.

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Moscow Government Warns Homosexuals not to Organize "Gay" Demonstrations

By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman

MOSCOW, April 26, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com)- The Moscow City government has made it clear that it will not tolerate the public promotion of sodomy during Labor Day celebrations on May 1st.

"The city authorities will act decisively, just as they have in years past, to impede those actions," said Serguéi Tsoy, a spokesman for Moscow's mayor, Yuri Luzhkov.

"The absolute majority in society rejects those demonstrations, as well as the gay lifestyle and philosophy," Luzhkov added, and warned that if homosexuals took to the streets they could be injured by attackers, according to Interfax.

"Homosexuals intend to create disharmony to obstruct a historic celebration and impose its norms and creed on society," he said.

Homosexual groups organized illegal demonstrations in 2006 and 2007, which they have used to create international pressure on Moscow to accede to their political agenda. They have appealed the Moscow government's decision to ban such marches to the European court in Strasbourg.

But Luzhkov and the Moscow government haven't budged. Luzhkov seems to have a particular devotion to opposing the promotion of sodomy. At a meeting in 2006 with representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church, Luzhkov reportedly called gay demonstrations "a satanic event".

[Truer words were never spoken. - Gary L. Morella]

Homosexual organizer Nikolay Alexyev claims he will test the Moscow government's resolve this year by organizing five marches a day during the entire month of May.

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