Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The first to recognize Jesus -- an unborn child!

"The first person to truly recognize and celebrate the immaculate conception of the One who would wash away our sins and lead us to our permanent home in heaven was an unborn child"

Thursday, December 9, 2010

My Latest Article - Will the United Nations act on genocide?

"If these precious, unique children with an extra chromosome were any other mammal or fish they would be placed on the endangered species list, strictly monitored and protected, and there would be very severe penalties and punishment for anyone who harmed or destroyed them. Will the United Nations finally act to protect and defend the most vulnerable and innocent citizens of the world who are being dehumanized and systematically eliminated?"


Monday, December 6, 2010

Belgium court allows parents to sue for ‘wrongful birth’ when disabled child born

"The Brussels Court of Appeal has ruled that parents may sue physicians who fail to diagnose “serious disabilities” of pre-born children, assuming that had the parents known they would have had the disabled child killed through an abortion. It breeds a deadly contempt for our brothers and sisters with disabilities."


Embryo Testing: Who Decides 'Defective?'

"I have a daughter with Down syndrome. She is not a defective model of a human being, but rather, like me, a human being with gifts and with limitations. Many medical professionals and many parents see Down syndrome and other disabilities as tragedies to be avoided. And it may seem that the only reason I would advocate for more children with Down syndrome is because I don't want my own daughter to be a part of a dying breed. Discarding embryos because of an extra 21st chromosome seems like a grand medical advancement that will help thousands. And yet discarding embryos discards the possibility for knowing humanity in its fullness."


Thursday, December 2, 2010

"A Down syndrome Christmas Carol" - My latest article

"As we prepare for Christmas and the celebration of the greatest birth in human history let us pray that our culture wakes up and stops this silent eugenic movement before individuals with Down syndrome are just a distant memory."


Monday, November 29, 2010

No more “mental retardation”. So?

"If an entire class of people, those with three sets of the 21st chromosome, are routinely targeted for destruction -- at a scandalous rate of 90 per cent -- can merely changing the term we use to describe those 10 per cent who escape the net increase respect for their human dignity and intrinsic value to society in a meaningful way? It’s as if we are rescuing survivors of the death camp, offering them freedom and food, but failing to shut down the gas chambers for the rest of their race. Can any significant respect be ever given to those with Down syndrome when those who call themselves advocates ignore this ignominious irony?"


Saturday, November 20, 2010

My Latest Article - "Thumb up or down for life!"

"This week, I read a deeply disturbing article which immediately gave me visions of the thumb up or down sign for life. A couple has established a web site to let the public vote on whether the pregnant mother should give birth or have an abortion"

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Another "risk gene" identified

Check out my latest article concerning the slippery slope!

"Since 90%+ of all children diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome using genetic testing are aborted my question to the researchers and medical community would be "What will the identification of this "risk gene" be used for, and will this prenatal diagnosis be offered to expectant parent?"

Monday, November 8, 2010

Are we returning to an already extinct era?

"Part of this statistical irregularity may be explained in a couple of words: births of babies with Down syndrome are decreasing, because they are aborted once pregnant mothers are informed of their condition. They are human beings heading towards extinction."

Jeremiah 1:5 "Before I formed you in the Womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart."

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Rescue tube to the light of the world

"Advances in science and genetics are allowing our culture to almost universally deny entry to all unborn members who are predicted to be flawed, and 90%+ of all children diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome are terminated with no hope of rescue."

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Contract to Kill

"This month in Canada, a surrogate mother was urged to abort the baby she was carrying by the couple she was contracted to, because prenatal reports showed the child likely had Down syndrome"


Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Deciding Not to Screen for Down Syndrome

"We declined prenatal testing not because we assume this baby in my womb has the typical 46 chromosomes. We declined prenatal testing because we would welcome another child with Down syndrome."


Saturday, September 4, 2010

War on the Unborn

"But we can continue to give much-needed attention to parents like Kurt Kondrich, who runs the “Stop Aborting Down Syndrome Individuals Now” website. He doesn’t have a public relations budget or any high-powered communications professionals working for him. All he has is the love of a Down syndrome child named Chloe. He and his wife met with Sarah Palin, the mother of a Down syndrome child, during the 2008 campaign. In this age of the new media revolution, however, Kurt has the ability to post provocative and compelling articles about the struggle for life of those without a voice. Kurt Kondrich says: “I have since embarked on a mission to make sure people are aware of this genocide. I want people to see the beautiful faces of our kids and realize the priceless Blessings and Gifts they are to a society that has lost focus.”

Monday, August 23, 2010

The Most "Invasive Test" Ever

Check out my latest article "The most "invasive test" ever"

"The concern for invasive prenatal testing is that it could cause a miscarriage in a "normal, healthy" unborn child. My beautiful 7-year-old daughter Chloe who has Down syndrome is very healthy and above normal when it comes to things that truly matter. The non-invasive test developed for Down syndrome will cause the most "invasive" procedure possible for these precious children — Termination." http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/kondrich/100823

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Media Release - Killing of Unborn Children with Down syndrome = Genocide

"It is the opinion of this Society that the screening programme is in violation of Article II [d] of the Convention, Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group. People with Down syndrome fall within the definition of “disabled persons” and are recognized under the UN Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons as a group which forms part of a nation."

Monday, August 16, 2010

Poseidon faith in an upside-down world

Check out my latest article "Poseidon faith in an upside-down world"

"As in the Poseidon Adventure, the greatest tragedy of our time is the overwhelming number of people who choose not to climb upward and will soon enter the "Wide Gate" of destruction. In this upside-down world, which path are you going to choose?"

Thursday, August 5, 2010

First they came for the disabled

Check out my latest posted article below

"Many people do not realize that the first people targeted for extermination in Germany in the 1930's were the disabled. Under the secret T-4 program, individuals with disabilities were labeled "life unworthy of life" and "useless eaters." Today, there is a silent eugenic movement that has resulted in 90%+ of children identified prenatally with Down syndrome to be targeted and then terminated. Although there are no railroad cars or smoke stacks in the distance, the results are the same as the "Killing Crates" of the 1930's." http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/kondrich/100805

Saturday, July 24, 2010

"Wrongful birth" lawsuit

Check out my latest article on the Renew America site:

This "wrongful birth lawsuit" is a very slippery slope, and it could lead to law firms specializing in this type of prenatal litigation. When a unique and beautiful class of people have been marked as "undesirable" and "not welcome" then all of us need to ask the question "Who is next?"

Friday, July 23, 2010

Parents sue for wrongful birth - DOWN SYNDROME

"TWO Victorian couples are suing doctors for failing to diagnose Down Syndrome in their unborn babies, denying them the chance to terminate the pregnancies. "In the event that Down Syndrome had been detected, (she) would have elected to undergo a termination of her pregnancy," their statement of claim says."

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Are Down syndrome people "less than" others?

"In the reporter's enthusiasm, she downplays a major effect the availability of this test would produce; namely, the destruction of more unborn children who are found to have Down's. Indeed, the whole spin of the story further de-humanizes people with Down's, increasing their marginalization and, quite literally, their endangerment."

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Cheap Blood Test Could Detect Disorders in Fetus

Please read the article below carefully and pass it on. With a 90%+ termination rate currently for a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome this new test could lead to Down syndrome extinction. My beautiful 7 year old daughter has an extra chromosome, and she does not have a "disorder". We just returned from the beach, and do you see any disorders here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZdTnjHaXlo There is nothing holy about this "holy grail".

"Professor Stephen Robson, spokesman for the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, considers a non-invasive test for detecting Down syndrome the “holy grail” and said there was an ''enormous research effort’’ behind it." http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,595705,00.html

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Official report says screening and aborting Down Syndrome babies is an effective cost saving tool

"The estimated cost of avoiding the birth of a baby with Down syndrome (about 38,000 pounds) is substantially less than the lifetime costs of care. While some may feel that the cost of about 40,000 pounds sterling to prevent the birth of a baby with Down syndrome to a woman under 30 may be expensive, it is low compared with the costs of caring for someone with Down syndrome."


Thursday, June 3, 2010

Accuracy In Media Article

"Fortunately, there are parents like Kurt Kondrich of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who keep this issue alive. You may remember that Kurt and his wife Margie and their Down syndrome daughter, Chloe, met with Sarah Palin during the 2008 presidential campaign. The meeting received national attention."

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Prenatal disability profiling

I was asked by the editor of "Renew America" to be a reguar columnist, and here is my latest article:

When a child is prenatally profiled and identified as having Down syndrome, the penalty in 90% percent-plus of the cases is termination. http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/kondrich/100601

Monday, May 17, 2010

Going to Bat for Down syndrome

The TV series "Facing Life Head On" episode "Going to Bat for Down syndrome"airs across the USA and Canada.

"As the third baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Andy LaRoche is making a name for himself in the sports world. But he’s also trying to make a name for himself off the field. Andy has a passion for touching the lives of children with Down syndrome. He’s inviting these children and their families to spend time with him at the ballpark. They play on the field, meet the team and take in a game. One little girl who’s formed a special friendship with Andy is Chloe Kondrich. Chloe was born to Kurt and Margie Kondrich six years ago. After her birth, they were given mostly negative information at the hospital regarding Down syndrome. But that didn’t matter to them. Kurt and Margie knew Chloe was here for a reason and they knew she was destined to become a cherished member of their family and community. For Andy, spending time with Chloe and other kids has been one of the highlights of the time he’s spending playing baseball in Pittsburgh. It says a lot about the impact children with Down syndrome can have on people."

Click here to watch "Going to Bat for Down syndrome", and it WILL brighten your day! http://www.facinglife.tv/episode/season_4/episode_15/episode_415.html

Sunday, May 9, 2010

'Facing Life Head-on' to feature friendship between Chloe and Pittsburgh Pirates' Andy LaRoche

The show "Facing Life Head-on" — which will air the feature — reaches 100 million homes in the U.S. and Canada. The show's host is Brad Mattes. "With more than 90 percent of children diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome being aborted, it is critical that Americans see what a priceless blessing children with Down syndrome are to families, communities, and all of humanity," said Chloe's father, Kurt Kondrich.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Miscarriage of justice--the 'prenatal disability death sentence'

"A baby boy abandoned by doctors to die after a botched abortion was found alive nearly a day later. The mother, pregnant for the first time, had opted for an abortion after prenatal scans suggested that her baby was disabled."


Tuesday, April 20, 2010

It is the soul of our nation that is 'deformed'

Father of Down Syndrome Child: "it is the soul of our nation that is 'deformed'"

Impressive Pittsburgh conference

Monday, April 19, 2010

Targeted for Termination

If the proper practice of medicine in our culture includes the skill of identifying and eliminating a prenatal twin who fails to meet the criteria of "normal," then we truly do need a massive overhaul of the "health care" system, and it is the soul of our nation that is "deformed."

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Getting the Truth Out

Click on the link to learn more about how Chloe's Dad is spreading the truth about this silent eugenic movement:
Pittsburgh Event
Page 1 - http://www.pcuc.org/55563PCUCMarAprNwsltr.pdf

Friday, April 16, 2010

Aborting the “Wrong” Baby?

What is the real scandal here — that this doctor was ready to kill a baby with Down syndrome, or merely that he aborted “the wrong baby?” The answer to that question will tell us all we need to know about the conscience of the age.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Our society will be worse off if we reject Down syndrome children

"The significant reduction in the number of people with Down syndrome is not due to an increased capacity among our medical healers to treat or ''cure'' those affected. Rather it is because of our improved ability to weed them out. Prenatal testing is ever more widespread as a way of ensuring human beings with unwanted traits are not born. Individuals and couples choose to eliminate those who have this disability."

Targeting a Fetus with Down syndrome

"A Sarasota doctor has lost his license for mistakenly aborting a healthy twin during a procedure targeting a deformed fetus. He was targeting a fetus with Down syndrome"

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Eugenics in 2010

"Today, new advances being made with prenatal genetic testing aren't for the benefit of the family, but for the destruction of the pre-born child within the mother. The ability to diagnose diseases such as Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome, and others while the child is still in the womb means a greater chance a woman will be encouraged and pressured to abort, thus limiting that child’s “burden” on society."

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Prenatal Diagnosis and Reproductive Justice

"We also know that children are aborted in droves upon the diagnosis of Down Syndrome, which is a disability, not a disease. In Ireland, up to 50% children diagnosed with Down Syndrome are aborted. That half of all children diagnosed with Down Syndrome are aborted is shocking, but it is a relatively low rate when compared to the neighboring United Kingdom where the number is around 90%. In the United States, the percentage of Down Syndrome babies carried to term is in the single digits."

Don't underestimate potential of those born with Down syndrome

"I challenge anyone who meets Chloe Kondrich to support any argument suggesting that the world would be a better place if she had never been born."

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Eugenics & Down Syndrome

Eugenics is a science that deals with the improvement -as by control of human mating- of hereditary qualities of a race or breed (Merriam Webster Dictionary). There is a holocaust of Down Syndrome babies because of the world’s view of perfection. http://keeplifelegal.com/2010/03/07/eugenics-down-syndrome/

Monday, March 15, 2010

World Down Syndrome Day

Beneath the Light of World Down Syndrome Day is a very dark secret that receives very little publicity. Because of advances in prenatal screening, children with Down syndrome are aborted at a rate of 90+ percent once identified in the womb. This silent eugenics movement has made Chloe and all individuals with Down syndrome an endangered species, and they could very well become extinct if people do not wake up.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

This Isn't Eugenics ... No, Wait!

"Advances in genetic screening are reducing the incidence of children born with a wide range of genetic anomalies, so much so that several genetically-induced disabilities are close to being completely eliminated. More and more unborn children with genetic anomalies are being detected. The result? A genetic sorting that makes some unborn children second-class citizens fit only for death. What you think of this state of affairs depends on your views about the exceptional nature of human life. However, there are two undeniable certainties. One, unborn children with genetic anomalies are now much more likely to be aborted than their more perfect peers. Two, abortion cures genetic anomalies 100% of the time."

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The R Word — It Is Personal

"What I could not see at this time was the mental retardation. MaryEllen was only 14 days old, and all I wanted to think about was my beautiful baby. I just wanted to hold her and enjoy her during this time that she was so little. However, those two ominous words kept popping up in my mind. They were the words that I had to wrestle with the most. At night, when everything was quiet, I would cry myself to sleep. My heart hurt. Those words would roll through my mind. “My daughter has mental retardation,” I said to myself through tears. It hurt."

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Considering 'Curing' Down Syndrome with Caution

"The language implies that Down syndrome is a disease, a sickness that is currently incurable. But Down syndrome is the presence, from conception, of an extra 21st chromosome in every cell of a human body. It reduces Down syndrome to a medical condition rather than understanding people with Down syndrome as whole—emotional, physical, social, spiritual—persons. People with Down syndrome don't need to be cured. They do need to be treated as the complete human beings they are."

Monday, February 15, 2010

Down Syndrome, Search and Destroy

"The screening of unborn babies for Down syndrome with a new national screening programme is further manifestation of a culture of death. It is a search and destroy programme that has as its sole objective the termination of the lives of unborn children. An abortion is the ultimate discrimination against those with a disability. This is eugenics which proclaims that only the perfect have a right to be born. The screening programme is a further major step on the slippery slope."

Friday, February 12, 2010

What Did Jon Do?

"What did Jon Will and the more than 350,000 American citizens like him do to tick off the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists? It seems to want to help eliminate from America almost all of a category of citizens"

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Euthanasia Replacing Medicine

"In one teaching hospital, anesthetists stopped providing anesthesia for cardiac surgery involving Down's syndrome patients."

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Down Syndrome and Evidence of the Divine

"To identify what it is about these special people that allows us to glimpse the divine isn't really difficult. It's something most of us pursue and long for - even if only subconsciously. It's the purity and innocence they have within them. I suppose I could credit that small, extra chromosome #21 for this. That's why I call it the "divine chromosome".

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Journalist calls for euthanasia of disabled newborns

"The article titled “Finish it off so it doesn’t suffer,” which calls for the euthanasia of disabled newborn children, has caused public outrage in Russia"

Friday, February 5, 2010

Yankee Doodle Eugenics

"In a time when people with Down syndrome can live lives that are "strikingly normal," they have been "targeted for elimination."