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The Hidden Axis of Evil : The Clintons, Sex Abuse, and the Aborting of America

Fred Martinez

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This Book is Available Electronic Book1410746194 $3.95  
This Book is Available Paperback (5x8)1410746186 $11.25  

About the Book


Do You Long for an End to Abortion in America
And the Sex Scandals in the Church?

If you’re like me, your heart aches when you think of the plague of abortion that has hit America over the past 30 years. Added to this are the recent sex scandals in the Church that have shaken our confidence in the clergy and caused us to wonder how this could happen. Well, take heart. There are solutions to these problems. But first, you need to understand the root cause.

In my new book, The Hidden Axis of Evil: The Clintons, Sex Abuse, and the Aborting of America, I lay out the three primary reasons why the sex scandals happened and the foundational reasons why abortion in America will remain unless we respond with the Christian conviction that we are all called to put forth. I also show you how the philosophy that guided the Clinton administration laid the groundwork for the loose morality that fuels abortion, sexual permissiveness, the homosexual agenda and an array of societal ills.

The Hidden Axis of Evil will take you on a fascinating review of the current crisis in America. Here’s what some of the leading social commentators have to say about Hidden Axis:

Executive producer Tony DiGirolamo of the Culture Shock television show and headline news website says that Hidden Axis "rings with truth, wisdom and great insight"

According to Ginny Hitchcock, of Population Research Institute, the book is not just "informative, insightful and constructive in that it exposes the ‘cancer,’ [and] analyzes it," but it "offers some practical solutions."

The founder and editor of the Conservative Monitor W. J. Rayment agrees with Hitchcock that Hidden Axis is " [s]pelling out the problems and outlining their solution."

Moreover, Rayment along with WROL-Boston radio talk show host Chuck Morse as well as playwright and founder of Quo Vadis Theatre Cathal Gallagher say the book is "a must-read!"

But, more importantly, the book outlines "ingenious ways of fighting the evils of abortion on several levels" according to Kelly Clark of The Lady In The Pew website

Hidden Axis uncovers the answers to questions such as:

According to Life Dynamics’ Mark Crutcher, "the most conservative estimates [assert] about 40 percent of American women of childbearing age have had at least one abortion." Who and what can help these abortion-traumatized women become morally and emotionally healthy ?

What philosopher brought us the term "values," influenced Hitler as well as Freud and is considered a father of modern America?

Which artist, whose work was made into a blockbuster movie, shows us why Aristotle is needed to defeat the Clinton’s philosophy?

The Hidden Axis of Evil: The Clintons, Sex Abuse, and the Aborting of America offers you a unique battle plan for combating this morally degenerate age.

About the Author


Fred Martinez is the religion editor of the Conservative Monitor and a reporter with the San Francisco Faith. He was a Special Commentary Columnist for NewsMax during the height of the Catholic scandal and has been published in American and British publications as well as having some of his writings translated into Lithuanian.

In 1985,his philosophical writings opened the opportunity to study for a doctorate at the International Academy of Philosophy in Liechenstein, Europe. Instead following what he considered to be the call of God he founded the Juan Diego Society, which is still helping women in crisis pregnancies. He also produced and hosted the Catholic television show Latino Love in 1989. 

Martinez has appeared as a Catholic and Political Science expert on the Apostolate for Family Consecration Show on EWTN Catholic Television Network, the Pat Campbell Show (WOMP-AM, Ohio), the Chuck Morse Show (WROL-AM, Boston) and the (former Vatican) Ambassador Ray Flynn Show (WROL-AM, Boston).

He received a Bachelors degree in Political Science and a Masters in Public Affairs at San Jose State University.

Fred Martinez can be contacted at mrtnzfred@aol.com.

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Dr. Theresa Burke's latest book on post-abortion therapy, "Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion," is endorsed by the great enemy of the feminist agenda, Dr. Laura Schlessinger.

Burke concurs with Dr, Laura that the feminist movement has brought us deep psychological problems, especially the abortion culture, because "if you examine the women's movement you can see that many of the women who laid the groundwork were women traumatized by their own abortions. They believed that legalizing abortion would take away the trauma."

Instead, as Dr. Burke shows, they created trauma, which brought us the nightmare culture.

She applies psychology to cure this trauma, but says that the abortion trauma can only be completely healed if one asks for and receives God's mercy. If the grief of abortion is not healed, then the world becomes a Freddy Krueger-like nightmare. Burke maintains that the horror icons of the United States such as Freddy Krueger and the "evil child movies" are symbols of a culture running away from its guilt.

"I think that evil child movies are all around us. The child is the victimizer, the one who torments. Other movies, like Freddy Krueger, illustrate the horror of being tracked down by an 'abortionist' figure who is out to kill her baby," Burke said. "I've watched MTV where baby dolls are thrown off cliffs, discarded, abused and unwanted – revealing the unconscious conflict shared by all who have rejected children or been abused themselves after having been used for sexual pleasure."

E. Michael Jones, editor of "Culture Wars," in a review of "Forbidden Grief" agrees with its thesis that when one represses guilt one creates even greater monsters in the unconscious. He said, "... depression, suicide attempts, compulsive political activism, reveals itself upon closer inspection to be neurotic compensation for the guilt from abortion, which the culture of death instructs woman to repress."

"Feminists could hardly suppress their glee when Lorena Bobbitt cut off her husband's penis," Jones said. "What they did suppress was the connection between this bizarre and otherwise inexplicable act and the fact that her husband had forced her to abort their child."

'Baby Soccer'

This is only one example of what happens to a culture when millions of men and women have the memory of an aborted baby haunting their unconscious. "Forbidden Grief" tells us in story after story of "bizarre" behaviors. In one account we find a dorm party in which the students, many post-abortive, played "baby soccer. "

The "baby soccer" story reminds one of a Stephen King novel with its broken heads of dolls being kicked around, their eyes gouged out, doll cheeks burned with cigarette butts and a boyfriend burning cigarette holes between the doll's legs as well as ripping off their legs, leaving only a scarred vagina hole. This account and others convinced Burke that abortion is connected to the horror games that our culture plays.

"The college students I witnessed playing 'baby soccer' were actually trying to master their trauma by belittling it through a game with decapitated baby doll parts," Burke said. "This amusement and mesmerizing allure to engage in the traumatic play is a symptom of our culture's need to overcome the horror – like the baby in the blender jokes, which all surfaced coincidentally after Roe v. Wade passed."

The baby soccer game and other horror genres are symptoms showing that millions of Americans need to overcome the "collective guilt" associated with abortion. Burke says, "As the group's enthusiasm for this game demonstrated, the acting out of post-abortion trauma can be contagious ... collective guilt and trauma have the capacity to disguise massive injustice."

According to Life Dynamic's Mark Cruther, this massive injustice – in which millions have been killed – can be stopped by ending access to abortion-bound women. His booklet "Access" states that between 40 percent and 60 percent of American women of childbearing age have had at least one abortion. There is also a similar percentage of males who are post-abortive as well.

The booklet claims that the reason for our increasingly pro-abortion elective government is these percentages of persons who are in internal conflict. After violating the moral commandment of "Thou shall not kill," they vote pro-abortion, seeing the stance of the pro-life politicians as a personal attack on themselves.

"What I'm saying is that since the vast majority of elections are decided by slim margins, anything which influences even a small percentage of voters can be a powerful force," Cruther said. "The point is that the potential impact is staggering. Moreover, this force grows considerably more powerful every day as another 4,000 abortions are racked up."

His booklet says studies have found that these women do not have abortions unless there is easy and local access to them. The vast majority of these women, according to these studies, will not travel long distances or pay large amounts of money for an abortion.

"Access" says, "... our opponents' ability to continue fighting comes from a high abortion rate. That is what fuels their political machine. As long as they have $64,000 an hour to draw on, and the potential for at least 4,000 new pro-abortion voters every day, the legal status of abortion will not change."

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