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Union article:

Elim­i­nat­ing wel­fare would be a good step toward pop­u­la­tion con­trol, Allred said.

Allred is also listed as the physi­cian on duty at the failed abor­tion of Gianna Jessen Gianna Jessen in 1977 who was born alive after her mother under­went an attempted saline abor­tion. She suf­fers cere­bral palsy, but has become an out­spo­ken anti-abortion advo­cate and ded­i­cated Chris­t­ian, specif­i­cally lob­by­ing for leg­is­la­tion signed by George W. Bush in 2002 that out­lawed the killing of abor­tion sur­vivors by stran­gu­la­tion, suf­fo­ca­tion, dis­card­ing the liv­ing fetus, or leav­ing it to die.  (See Gian​na​Jessen​.com)

Allred, who had made mil­lions through is abor­tion clin­ics, sold his chain of clin­ics in 2005 to another grad­u­ate of Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity. Allred also bought the Los Alami­tos Race­track and in the past decade lob­bied to change state law in order to have Vegas-style slot machines brought to the track to help increase revenue.

In 1992, the Seventh-day Adven­tist Church pub­lished Guide­lines on Abor­tion

La Sierra Uni­ver­sity describes Allred as follows:

In nam­ing the cen­ter after Allred, La Sierra has bestowed not only an honor, but staked its claim by tac­itly acknowl­edg­ing, approv­ing, and prais­ing his con­tro­ver­sial entre­pre­neur­ial accomplishment.

 

 

 
 

6 Comments

  1. Stan says:

    Good on you mate!

    You have had a long habit of stand­ing up for those who can not stand up for themselves.

  2. Nic Samojluk says:

    Michael,

    You have done a superb job in research­ing and report­ing on this story which has cap­tured the atten­tion of many Adven­tist and non-Adventist media sources.

    I would like to point out that in hon­or­ing Dr. Edward Allred in spite of its heavy involve­ment with the abor­tion indus­try, La Sierra Uni­ver­sity has done noth­ing that is dras­ti­cally dif­fer­ent from what the Adven­tist Church has done.

    The main dif­fer­ence between what Allred did and what the church was able to accom­plish is that this doc­tor designed a more effi­cient method of killing unborn babies.

    If we con­demn Allred’s suc­cess in prof­it­ing from abor­tion, then we must also con­demn what the church did. The Adven­tist lead­er­ship allowed our own hos­pi­tals to profit from abor­tions on demand start­ing back in 1970 when the State of Hawaii legal­ized abortion.

  3. Doug Yowell says:

    Thanks for the article,Michael. What’s as despi­ca­ble as Dr. Allred’s moral inco­her­ence is LSU’s hon­or­ing of it. Becker’s attempt to not only defend the dona­tion but also the nam­ing of the cen­ter reveals how low LSU is will­ing to pros­ti­tute itself in order to pro­vide it’s ver­sion of an “Adven­tist edu­ca­tion”. Tak­ing Becker’s word for it per­haps we should now expect siz­able dona­tions from pub­lish­ing and mar­ket­ing pio­neers Larry Flint and Hugh Hefner, towards the estab­lish­ment of the new LSU Arts and Jour­nal­ism Cen­ter. Or per­haps the LSU’s new Adver­tis­ing depart­ment made pos­si­ble by the gen­er­ous dona­tions of Car­los Brito Anheuser-Busch CEO. Rename the cen­ter and give the money back!! God doesn’t need it.And the SDA church doesn’t need any more blood on it’s hands.Thanks again for sound­ing the warning.

  4. Doug Yowell says:

    This is in direct defi­ance of the Church’s 1992 “guidelines/suggestions”,LSU’s equiv­a­lent of Jehoiakim, hear­ing the words of the Jeremiah’s scroll and burn­ing them.And don’t for­get to men­tion that Dr. Allred has now added to his busi­ness port­fo­lio acqui­si­tion of the Los Alami­tos Race­track. Abor­tion and gam­bling is now hon­ored at LSU.

  5. I could not have said it bet­ter myself. I have always felt proud to have grad­u­ated from LSU. How­ever, this is more than just an unfor­tu­nate embar­rass­ment. It is a claim and endorse­ment that is equiv­a­lent to pros­ti­tu­tion of the moral stance the Uni­ver­sity claims to uphold. Allred saw no value in minor­ity con­tri­bu­tions and felt absolutely no com­punc­tion about find­ing ways to slaugh­ter as many minori­ties as pos­si­ble. A racist who felt it his right to kill all who did not fit his def­i­n­i­tion of value before they had any oppor­tu­nity to con­tribute. I can not see any ben­e­fit other than as a means for those who chose the name to declare a shared out­look and lack of moral compass.

  6. Ivan Chamberlain says:

    It is a cry­ing shame the SDA church went down the AMA accred­i­ta­tion road which = reject­ing Gods way = $ = worldly recog­ni­tion = death of kids = death to those who don’t repent and turn from there wicked ways. Come quickly Lord Jesus.

 
 
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