Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Hope Pregnancy Ministries Caves In To Pressure From Montana Human Rights Network, Drops April Gaede From Mailing List

From this Stormfront thread, we learn that Hope Pregnancy Ministries, which was under attack from the Montana Human Rights Network (MHRN) because April Gaede gave them a favorable reference, has caved in to pressure from MHRN and have dropped April Gaede from their mailing list. In addition, Hope denies they've ever received any contributions from Gaede or from anyone identifying themselves as a Stormfront member.

The original media story was published by the Flathead Beacon on February 10th, 2010. Back on December 16th, 2009, April Gaede launched an appeal to Stormfront activists to contribute to Hope Pregnancy Ministries because they are pro-life and discourage clients from choosing elective abortion. MHRN caught wind of the appeal, and on January 25th, launched their own attack not only on April Gaede, but also on Hope, smearing them with false claims that they "set up fake medical clinics - which aren't staffed by medical professionals, but instead are created as lures to persuade pregnant women not to have abortions". To "prove" their innocence, MHRN imperiously demanded that Hope publicly denounce white supremacy and donate any money raised by Stormfront members at the behest of Ms. Gaede to the Montana Indian Education Association.

Michelle Reimer, executive director of Hope Pregnancy Ministries, said she was aware of the Human Rights Network’s report, but has not received any donations like those described by MHRN Executive Director Travis McAdam. “Hope Pregnancy Ministries does not discriminate in providing services based on race, creed, color, national origin, age or marital status of its clients,” Reimer said. “Furthermore, we have no record of any donations made by April Gaede or any member of Stormfront.” Reimer then explained that Gaede was added to Hope Pregnancy Ministries’ mailing list in August 2008, and added that the Ministries do not conduct background checks on people receiving their mailings, nor does it have any way of knowing the recipients’ political beliefs. Nevertheless, Reimer said that after learning of April Gaede’s personal convictions regarding race, and with the knowledge that those ideals directly conflict with Hope's beliefs, she has been removed from their mailing list.

Mistake No. 1: Michelle Reimer should have rejected MHRN's criticism altogether, and told them it was none of their business where Hope's donations come from, because Hope's mission is to save lives - unborn human lives. Nonetheless, this mistake is forgivable, because Reimer, like most people, is absolutely clueless about the vindictiveness, venality, and duplicity of the anti-racist lobby.

Mistake No. 2: Reimer should have at least counter-attacked, demanding that MHRN publicly retract the smear they directed against Hope and print a public apology in the Flathead Beacon. By failing to counter-attack, she has falsely empowered MHRN further and conferred upon them a respect which is absolutely unwarranted. Just because Hope is a Christian organization doesn't mean it can't fight back. Jesus was not a pacifist - when He found the moneychangers desecrating His temple, He didn't turn the other cheek - He pulled out a whip and parted their cheeks.

Christians need to grow a set of balls like the Muslims.


Bill said...


Thank you for this article.

Your comment, "Christians need to grow a set of balls like the Muslims." bears repeating.

We need to save our country and our race for the sake of our children and grandchildren.

Bill Moore

Anonymous said...

Are there any bigger cowards than Whites in America ?