Friday, March 18, 2005

North Korea Confirms Bush's Choice For Ambassador To UN Is A Good One

North Korea's mouthpiece Newspaper, Choson Sinbo blasted President Bush's choice for Ambassador to the United Nations, Josh Bolton. Bolten you may remember...

... took a vehement stand against North Korea when he was serving as undersecretary of state for arms control. He once described North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Il as "tyrannical" and called the life in the Stalinist state a "hellish nightmare."

Bolton also blasted North Korea as "the world's foremost peddler of ballistic missile-related equipment, components, materials and technical expertise," saying the Bush administration would push for the UN Security Council to urge North Korea to drop its nuclear programs.

North Korea, in return, referred to Bolton as "human scum" and a "bloodsucker."
About Bush's choice, the Stalinist regime said:
"The most undesirable person was named U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, thus raising tension in the United Nations and international community," said Choson Sinbo, the newspaper run by a Pyongyang-aligned organization of ethnic Korean residents in Japan.

"Bolton's speaking style is so violent the North has labeled him as human scum," said the paper, considered a mouthpiece of the communist regime in Pyongyang. "He is the worst UN envoy," it declared.
Anything North Korea says is a bad thing is, in fact, a good thing. But try and get a Democrat to believe that!

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Terri Schiavo Now Starving To Death

Read Statement from Family Nurse, HERE.

Those in favor of murdering Terri Schiavo do not want you to know that it is very possible and in fact likely that she will feel the pains caused by death by starvation.

According to medical experts, after her feeding tube is removed, Mrs. Schiavo will experience extreme pain and significant psychological distress during the two weeks that her starvation-execution is expected to take.

Her skin, tongue and lips will crack due to dehydration. Schiavo will likely suffer chronic nosebleeds as mucous membranes dry out, followed by heaving and vomiting as the stomach lining dries out.

Her mouth is expected to develop painful ulcers. As Schiavo's brain is deprived of fluid, she is expected to suffer grand mal seizures.

Cheryl Ford, a former oncology nurse-turned-Schiavo activist, says that doctors supervising Schiavo's starvation-execution plan to take extreme measures to mask her physical agony, including the regular application of skin moisturizer and pain-killing drugs.

Because the 41-year-old woman is in good health, with a normal body weight of 138 pounds, she could linger longer than a terminally ill patient.
If Terri is indeed "brain dead", why do they need to administer pain-killers?

Great Commentary on what The Schiavo Case Means In Terms of "Torture".

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A Prayer For Terri Schiavo

Oh dear Lord we ask you to hear this prayer and if it is your will Lord that you grant us our request.

Dear Lord your servant Terri Schiavo faces a painful and unnecessary death at the hands of man this day. For reasons only you can understand Lord, some have sought to murder this woman that can not speak to save her own life. Dear Lord we do not ask You to judge those that make this decision but rather that, if it is your will Lord, that You intervene to save her from this torturous death.

We ask this in your name and in the name of Your Son, Jesus Christ.


Related story.

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Will Terry Schiavo Begin To Die Today?

Remember, the sentence is that her feeding tube be removed and that she be dehydrated and starved until she dies. All of this ruled on based on statements made by Schiavo's estranged husband SIX YEARS AFTER SHE BECAME MEDICALLY DEPENDENT!

Working against the clock, House lawmakers tried to prevent doctors in Florida from removing the feeding tube Friday from a severely brain-damaged woman.
In a two-pronged approach, a House committee was issuing congressional subpoenas to stop doctors from disconnecting the tube, while an attorney for the parents of the woman, Terri Schiavo, said he would ask a federal judge in Tampa to block the removal and review the actions of state courts.

Such habeas corpus appeals seek to require the government to justify its actions."We are going to ask him to issue a stay because in this case, state action would be used to end the life of an innocent, disabled woman," the attorney, David Gibbs said.
Pro-life supporters are expected to rally outside of the hospital where Terri now is and an investigation into the actions of the state is underway:
Police in Pinellas Park, Fla., meanwhile, readied for the hundreds of protesters expected to show up outside Schiavo's hospice as the hours slipped away before the scheduled 1 p.m. removal of her feeding tube.

The Florida House on Thursday passed a bill 78-37 to block the withholding of food and water from patients in a persistent vegetative state who did not leave specific instructions regarding their care. But hours later, the Senate defeated a different measure 21-16, and one of the nine Republicans voting against indicated that any further votes would be futile.

In a last-ditch attempt to stop the court-ordered removal, a House committee on Capitol Hill here decided early Friday morning to start an investigation into Schiavo's case and issue subpoenas ordering doctors and hospice administrators not to remove her feeding tubes and to keep her alive until that investigation was complete.

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