Monday, January 05, 2009

Ah the lies...but what can we expect?

The following is an advertisement for a volunteer to be a "protest monitor" at the planned deathhood facility in Olympia, Washington. I have been at this particular site - I have prayed the Rosary with others at this particular site - there has never been what planned deathhood says is 
"loud and negative protest acitivity." UNLESS you count the Rosary, our greatest weapon as such! 

One question - since planned deathhood receives so much tax money - OUR money - why do they need volunteers? Another lie...

Position Description

Title: Protest Monitor - Olympia
Location: Olympia, WA 98501
Hours: One three-hour shift per week, on Friday mornings
Operated by: Planned Parenthood of Western Washington

Primary Responsibilities:

You can support our patients by monitoring anti-choice protest activity and reporting any violations or trespassing to health center staff.  The Protest Monitor will complete reports to document protest activity and provide escort services for patients and staff as requested.

Education: No specific education requirements


We are looking for committed, highly reliable volunteers who can remain calm in the face of loud and negative protest activity.  Excellent communication skills and the ability to work with people of varying socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and racial diversity are required.  Good attention to detail is important.  Positive and supportive customer service skills and the ability to maintain patient confidentiality are a must.  Must be a minimum of 18 years of age.

To Apply:

Please contact our volunteer program at or 206-328-7713.


Julie said...

Maybe the "loud and violent protest" is what they who work in the mill *are* hearing -- one need not be a Christian to feel the presence of the Holy Spirit. I cannot imagine He is silent at such atrocity.

chimakuni said...

True, true - that may be the convictions of their hearts.

When writing, I was thinking more of the countenance of those who stand and pray outside the killing facility.

Continued prayers for the abortion workers to be prayed and loved into Christ's arms.