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General Category => Massacre of Innocence – The Occult Roots of Abortion => Topic started by: Mark on October 30, 2013, 12:39:40 pm

Title: It’s time to end the stigma of infanticide
Post by: Mark on October 30, 2013, 12:39:40 pm
It’s time to end the stigma of infanticide

Posted on October 29, 2013 by The Matt Walsh Blog

On Monday, a federal judge once again descended from Heaven to rule that unborn humans have no right to be protected at all, in any form, for any reason, in any way, against any harm of any kind. He struck down as “unconstitutional” the Texas law that aims to put some basic regulations and limits on abortion practitioners. To quote from his decision:

“The government can not interfere in the medical field! Unless we’re talking about Obamacare, in which case, it’s totally cool. Or if we’re talking about the government intervening to PAY for an abortion, in which case, again, it’s all good bro. So, like, it can’t interfere. Unless it can. Or, I mean, look, it’s complicated. It can’t intervene to SAVE a life, but it certainly can intervene to end one. That makes sense, right?”

Another moment of clarity and sanity courtesy of America’s left wing.

Meanwhile, abortion groups across the nation have organized pro-abortion events in 32 states, as part of their “1 in 3″ campaign. It aims to feature women telling uplifting and inspirational stories about their abortions. The organizers want to “end the stigma of abortion.” It is the act of violently murdering an unborn human, why should there be any negative feelings attached to it?

You know, I’ve considered their points. I have. I’ve thought about it long and hard. But I still disagree. I disagree because they don’t go far enough.

Why stop at ending the stigma surrounding abortion?

Did you hear the story about the girl who went to Victoria’s Secret with her dead child in her purse? Cops are still investigating, but it would appear that this person gave birth to her baby, drowned it, stuffed it in a bag and then went shopping. If they can prove she killed it AFTER it was born, they’ll likely charge her with murder.

But why? I say let her go. End the investigation. While we’re at it, let Kermit Gosnell out of his cage. Free Andrea Yates. Free them all.

Let’s end the stigma surrounding child murder. All child murder — not just the trendy kind, which we’ve dubbed “abortion.”

You think I’m kidding? I wouldn’t joke about this. I’ve been known to be sarcastic, but this isn’t one of those times. How in God’s name could we possibly justify arresting a girl for CHOOSING to TERMINATE her child. It was HER child. It came out of HER body. It’s HER business. It’s HER choice. Until WE’VE been forced to make that difficult choice, we can’t judge. Right? Isn’t that the logic we use for abortion?

What, we can use it if she murders the kid while it’s in her womb, but we can’t use it seven seconds after it comes out? Why? For what reason? What’s the difference?

No, seriously, what’s the difference? Whatever that being is that we’re exterminating, it was that when it was inside her, and it’s that now that it’s outside of her. It IS whatever it IS. If it’s essence — it’s being — isn’t worthy of legal protection inside a woman’s body, why should we afford it any special protections outside? Is it more of a hassle, more of a strain, does it take more of a toll on you when it’s unborn? No, but even if it did — how can THAT be the sole legal justification for crushing its skull with metal pliers? And if it IS justification, that justification still applies — indeed, applies even more so — when it’s a newborn.

So fine then. Make infanticide legal. Do you know why? Because we don’t deserve to prohibit it. We can’t sit here, ignoring the silent screams of millions of murdered children, and pretend that we have ethical standards. We can’t do that. We don’t get to do that. We can’t celebrate the genocide of 50 million human infants and then pretend to be horrified because a girl stashes her dead baby in her handbag, or a psychotic sociopath drowns all of her kids in the bathtub. And Gosnell? What in the hell is he doing in a prison cell? He did exactly what every other abortionist does, he just didn’t dress it up and try to make it look pretty. He murdered children in a drab, run down building, and put the corpses in the fridge. Non-jailed abortionist murder children in nicer buildings, and throw the bodies in the hazardous waste dumpster out back. So one is in prison, and the others aren’t due to, what, aesthetic differences?

That’s bull crap. Let him out. Good societies, with moral people who care about protecting the vulnerable, deserve to lock the Gosnells and the Yates’ and the Victoria’s Secret baby killers in a cell and throw away the key. We aren’t that sort of society, and we don’t deserve to do that. You might live next door to an abortionist already, why shouldn’t you ride the bus next to Andrea Yates, wait behind Kermit Gosnell at the super market, and send your kid to the same high school as the girl who took her dead infant lingerie shopping?

We are a nation in moral chaos. Why shouldn’t it look and feel like it? I think it should. I think it would be better if it did.

If I could go back to the slave days, I’d tell those hypocrites to repeal their laws against kidnapping and false imprisonment. I’d tell them to confront the fact that slavery IS false imprisonment — outlaw both or outlaw neither.

And that’s what I’m saying now to our own society of hypocrites; our culture of cowards; our nation of traitors who bat not an eye at the mass murder of the innocent. Either outlaw infanticide in all of its forms, or don’t outlaw it in any form.

This is how neo-liberal ideology survives. It has to erect all of these arbitrary guidelines, and distinctions without differences, and capricious rules and limits. It sets you on a path to Hell, but it takes you there slowly, and it sings you happy songs along the way. It plants the seeds of evil and self-worship into your heart, but it can not let the seeds blossom too quickly. Neo-liberals are only neo-liberals as long as they can hide from their own reflections.

It tells you that abortion is a wonderful expression of a woman’s “right to choose.” But killing newborns? That’s totally different! Or killing a pregnant woman? That’s clearly double homicide!

Let’s stop this madness. Turn the lights on. Neo-liberals, like mold, need darkness to thrive. So turn the lights on. You want legal infanticide? OK, have it your way.

And perhaps we shouldn’t stop there. If unborn humans are expendable, then newborn humans must be expendable; but if newborn humans are expendable, why shouldn’t older humans be seen expendable, too? What is life, after all? Life — human life — is merely the general condition of human existence. But if human existence is not particularly valuable in its earliest stages, why ought we harbor much concern for maintaining and protecting it at any other stage? My own existence is one thing. I am ME, you know. But you? You’re just a clump of skin and bones. You take up space. You are a particular arrangement of cells. There’s nothing special about your arrangement. In fact, you’ve probably done more harm than good with the time you’ve already spent sucking oxygen.

I wouldn’t kill you, but why should I care if anyone else decides to? I’m sure they have their reasons. I’m sure it was a difficult decision for them. I’m sure they did what was best for them, and for you. Why should you be more protected from harm than a tiny infant? If it can be violently removed from the Earth, why should you be any different?

And you might say the same about me. Why should I be protected from murder? Why should the termination of my life be mourned, while the president wishes blessings and good fortune upon those who terminate the lives of unborn children? If they are not significant or valued, why should I be viewed any differently?

I don’t know. I guess I shouldn’t.

Either life is valuable, or it isn’t. Either it is legally protected, or it isn’t.

Murder is either a moral outrage, or it isn’t. It’s time for us to choose a path and take it to the end.

Pro-choicers: are you too afraid of your own position to follow it to its logical extension?

Of course you are.

And that ought to tell you something.


Title: Re: It’s time to end the stigma of infanticide
Post by: Mark on October 30, 2013, 12:42:00 pm
New Campaign Celebrating Women’s Abortions Shut Out Media From Launch Event

When is an event intended to combat “the cultural stigma and shame women are made to feel around abortion” really just an “I’m ok-You’re ok” exercise in self-justification? When you won’t let media record your celebration of infanticide.

Advocates for Youth, along with NARAL Pro-Choice America, hosted a reading of stories composed by women who have had abortions at the Busboys and Poets restaurant in Washington, D.C. on October 28. In part, the reading was publicity for Advocates for Youth’s new book, “1 in 3: These are Our Stories.”

The “1 in 3” refers to the group’s contention that a third of women have abortions. Thus, the book brims with personal anecdotes about the wonders of abortion. If the authors had any regrets, they sacrificed them for ideology.

Organizers refused the MRC’s Culture and Media Institute permission to record the event – a curious stance if you’re trying to change broader cultural perceptions about abortion.

Different readers read stories of “no regret” abortions (none of the authors of those stories were present). The reasons for the abortions differed, ranging from accidents with the pill to problems of fetal development. Of course, none of the stories acknowledged the thousands of women who have confessed remorse after abortion.

In addition to the readers, Advocates for Youth President Debra Hauser and NARAL Pro-Choice America President Ilyse Hogue spoke. During the event, Hauser recommended women go “out of our heads” and “into our hearts” for the abortion debate. Without a trace of irony, she asserted that, “Abortion is something that women share across generations.”

The reading and the book were part of Advocates for Youth’s “1 in 3 Campaign” and “1 in 3 Week of Action,” which consists of events across 100 
campuses and communities in 32 States.

As an organization, Advocates for Youth claims to “help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health” through the “3Rs”: rights, respect and responsibility, though that third R was largely missing from the Busboys and Poets event.

According to a press release by media contact Molly Haigh, the campaign strives to combat “unprecedented national and state attacks on abortion access mounting” and “the possibility of a 20 week federal ban hearing in the near future” by having “1 in
3 activists [who] will highlight real women’s stories around access to
abortion care to remind people just how important access to abortion
care has been to people’s lives.” And babies’ deaths.


Title: Re: It’s time to end the stigma of infanticide
Post by: Mark on October 30, 2013, 12:44:42 pm
100 Pro-Abortion Storytelling Events Organized Across Country

On Monday, pro-abortion groups across the country launched an organized effort to feature women telling uplifting stories of their abortions.

 ???  ::) Uplifting stories of murdering a baby?

The so-called “1 in 3” week of action will feature 100 events in 32 states, and began in Washington D.C. According to the Advocates for Youth, one in three women in the United States will at some point have an abortion. Advocates from Washington D.C. who will lead off the event include Deb Hauser of the Advocates for Youth; Ilyse Hogue, NARAL Pro-Choice America; Andrea Gleaves, Women’s Information Network; and many more. The “1 in 3” organizers will also be handing out a book: 1 in 3: These Are Our Stories. Tellingly, organizers suggest that their goal is to keep abortion “safe, legal, and affordable” – a marked change from the old pro-choice slogan from the Clinton years, “safe, legal, and rare.” The organizers also want to “end the stigma” surrounding abortion.
Helping to end that stigma includes recruiting celebrities to be part of the “1 in 3” campaign. MTV star Katie Stack of 16 and Pregnant will be joining the campaign. Speaking with ThinkProgress, Stack said, “That experience with MTV really reinforced for me that it can be really powerful to provide these opportunities and to allow stories to heard — stories that are complex, and that don’t necessarily fit a pro-choice or pro-life narrative.”
The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor will host an event called an “abortion speak-out,” at which Stack will appear. “It’s very hard to talk about abortion without the negativity, without calling people murderers, without the judgment,” Stack explained. “The speak-out event is almost an experiment to see if it’s possible. Hopefully it is. I know Carly has taken a lot of steps to make it a safe space, but it’s really hard to authentically create a safe space to share these stories.”
Stack told ThinkProgress, “The fact of the matter is, no matter what anyone wants to debate about abortion and its morality, I feel that I made the right decision. And that’s threatening to people, the fact that I will say that.”


Title: Re: It’s time to end the stigma of infanticide
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on October 30, 2013, 03:13:09 pm
100 Pro-Abortion Storytelling Events Organized Across Country

There was blood crying out in the land when Cain murdered Abel.