Tiller the Baby Killer
George Tiller - the infamous
late-term abortionist and medical director of Women’s Health Care Services
in Wichita, Kansas – was killed on May 31, 2009.
Tiller was one of only three
nationwide abortionists that make a living injecting digoxin into the
beating hearts of small infants from the 21st week of pregnancy to
birth. This man put Kansas on the map as the “abortion state” with his
entrepreneurial spirit in capitalizing on abortion services.
In addition to being a hit man
for hire, Tiller also offered funerary services to mothers that paid him
to off their kids. While most clinics in the nation are content to just
rape and scrape, Tiller took his practice leaps and bounds beyond the norm
and peddled abortion packages that included photographing, footprinting,
handprinting, baptism, cremation, and arrangement for autopsy.
George Tiller personally
killed more babies than America lost soldiers in Vietnam. Although he
specialized in killing handicapped children, most of his tiny victims were
late term, fully-formed, healthy, and viable outside the womb. He
performed an average of roughly seven post-viable abortions per week and
has admitted on tape to aborting babies a day before the mother’s due
Despite his radical dealings
in abortion extremism for over 35 years, Tiller has been met with physical
violence only three times in his career of mass baby slaughter. His clinic
was bombed in 1985. On August 19, 1993 he was shot in both arms outside of
his Wichita clinic. And on May 31, 2009 Tiller was shot to death as he
served as an usher during church services.
Murder is murder, and it is
something that we pro-lifers inherently deplore. But I can’t help but note
- and my history is rusty so pardon me here - I’m trying to remember, did
anyone mourn Lee Harvey Oswald when Jack Ruby gunned him down? Or better
yet, did anyone mourn the deaths of Ted Bundy or Jeffrey Dahmer, or any
other mass murderer for that matter? Even according to the harebrained
pro-choice life-at-viability reckoning, Tiller was indisputably a mass
murderer who was executed in a fashion far more humane than the tens of
thousands of children that he mutilated and left to die in cuddle session
I mean, think about
it. Someone just shot a Nazi guard manning the gas chamber at Aushwitz. I
should feel bad about this? George Tiller the Baby Killer’s acts are every
bit as vile as the Nazi war criminals who were hunted down, tried, and
sentenced after they participated in the “legal” murder of the Jews that
fell into their hands.
The lone wacko who gunned
Tiller down was not associated with any single pro-life organization or
group. He was working solo and his acts rest on his head alone. So why,
exactly, are pro-lifers doing back flips to appease the abortion mongering
moonbats that seek to elevate Tiller to martyrdom and sainthood?
Instead of scrambling to
feverishly denounce the pro-life community (“Anyone who thinks Tiller’s
death is in any way a positive thing is not a true pro-lifer”... huh?) we
should be looking at a very serious fact: If every single pro-lifer who
is currently falling all over themselves to publicly mourn the “loss” of
this abortionist displayed just a fraction of that outrage over just ONE
of the children Tiller murdered on a regular nine to five, Baby Killer
Tiller would have been put out of business long ago and he would not be
Over the years there have been
multiple opportunities to peacefully and legally hold George Tiller
accountable to his actions, thus shielding him from acts of extremism. An
example would be his trial that took place in March of 2009. Being charged
with 19 misdemeanors he got off scott-free through corrupt political ties
and professional dishonesty. Again, had justice been served in that
courtroom, Tiller would be alive today and serving a sentence behind
Is the pro-life position one
of violence? Of course not. It is because we are so peaceful that lone
acts of extremism immediately garner national attention. In the course of
a 36 year genocide, only five abortionists have been killed. According to
government statistics from the National Institute for Occupational Safety
and Health, for every abortionists killed, over thirty clergy members have
been murdered. Where are the candlelight vigils and 24/7 news coverage for
these victims of political violence?
According to the Coalition to
Stop Gun Violence, every day more than 80 Americans die from gun violence
- many of these being senseless death with the victims innocent of any
wrong-doing. And here we have a man who made a living peddling death, who
reaped what he had been sowing for over 36 years at $5,000+ a pop. Does
this honestly surprise anyone?
Pro-lifers need to stop
hyperventilating over the pro-aborts who are having aneurisms synthesizing
mock outrage at Tiller’s demise. We need, now more than ever, to keep
things in proper perspective.
I know this is a huge loss for
Tiller’s family and they need our prayer and support. I’m sure they are
grieving bitterly, and it is heartbreaking to think of the pain that they
must be feeling. It is ultimately tragic that Tiller did not have an
opportunity to properly prepare his soul to face his Maker. Unless some
miracle happened, he left this life with his hands drenched with innocent
While it is imperative that we
extend love and grace to the family of Tiller, we still cannot afford to
lose sight of the fact that George Tiller was a mass murderer of the worst
kind who made a living off of killing babies and harming women. Unless you
are radically against capital punishment, those who view abortion as
murder agree that the penalty for the crime of mass child slaughter is
death. And although the method and means of his execution is deplorable,
the ultimate outcome is not.
The man chose his fate the
moment he dismembered his first infant. I’m not embarrassed to say what
the punishment for the crime is anymore than I’m embarrassed to admit that
child killing is a crime.
Did I want him to be gunned
down in church - even a hypocritical, Molech-worshiping fraud of a church
like the one he was attending while shot? No. I would have much preferred
him being tried and convicted in a court of law that is consistent with
medical science and personhood as defined in our Constitution. We can
prevent the atrocious acts of violence against abortionists by holding
them accountable to their actions.
There is no doubt that Tiller
deserved to be executed for his crimes. I just would have preferred a
state sanctioned lethal injection, hanging, firing squad, electric chair,
good old fashioned stoning, what have you.
The sooner pro-lifers stop
giving pro-aborts wiggle room in their perpetual playing of the victim
card, the better. We need to reveal to the nation what this man did for a
living and shed even more light on the grisly details of abortion. Our
pointless pacifism and back-peddling in the face of this tragedy is
helping turn George Tiller into a hero for the pro-abort crowd.
Already, the pro-deathers are
making absurd comments such as, “Tiller was truly pro-life, he helped
women and was willing to sacrifice his own life for them!” Well, if
pro-aborts can dub Tiller “truly pro-life”, then in all fairness I guess
it’s safe to say that his killer was truly “pro-choice”. He believed in
the idea that if a person’s existence troubles you, you have the right to
kill them. He also obviously strongly felt that every abortionist should
be a wanted abortionist. Is it not a personal decision? His ammunition,
his choice? Everybody has an opinion... can’t we all just get along? Find
common ground, like Obama asked us to?
I mean, I personally would not
shoot an abortionist, but who am I to impose my morality on someone
else? If you are against shooting abortionists, then don’t shoot one,
right? Hmm, suddenly pro-choice rhetoric doesn’t sound so warm and fuzzy
and virtuous, does it?
Tiller was killed by a
pro-choice act. Pro-lifers need make no apologies. Both men are guilty of
bloodshed and this tragedy is a sad but all-too-real testament to the
biblical truth that those who live by the sword, die by the sword.
Gingi Edmonds is a 23 year old pro-life activist,
writer and photographer based out of Hanford, California.
Volume 13, 2009