Will Americans abort the right to give a damn about anything by not watching over the least of us, the children? “Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.”
I will repeat what I said in part one on this subject – This is America’s trial by fire. Expecting our government to fix this won’t work this time. So many things we have let slide by. We cannot, we must not this time.
No additional commentary is necessary here. These opinions speak for me. All but Ann Barnhardt are excerpts, once again done that way in order to cover a lot of material.
I suppose our perpetual “shock” at Planned Parenthood is kind of like the viewer who watches a documentary about Auschwitz and comes away calling it “eye opening.” In one sense it is, but in another, it ought not be. This was a place where Nazis murdered human beings in bulk. That’s why the concentration camps existed, to exterminate people. What do you think it’s going to look like? Once you understand what they did, how can you be additionally shocked by the peripheral details? They gassed women and children and burned their naked bodies like heaps of garbage. Why would you be “shocked” to find out that, in the meantime, they also tormented and starved them?
And that’s how it is with abortion clinics. Each one is a for-profit concentration camp, and together it took them less than half a century to murder 50 million human beings. In fact, the similarities between the Nazis and the abortion industry run even deeper, as the former were also known to chop their victims up and sell parts of them for profit.
The Belmont Club – Richard Fernandez – Guilt as Power
One of the most common reactions to the Planned Parenthood body parts scandal is along the lines of “I can’t bear to watch the videos of those horrible people laughing and talking about the sale of babies. It’s just too upsetting to see”. This exactly captures the reason why the videos are so dangerous: they have forced society at large to watch what many must have always suspected was true, but hoped never to confront directly.
Some historians have argued that a fairly large number of Germans in the 1940s knew, suspected or otherwise strongly guessed that the extermination of the Jews was taking place. But many were happy not to think about it, or refer to it only indirectly and then only in the most beneficial terms like “racial hygiene” or “living space”.
But the knowledge was always there, straining to come out of the background and into focus.
And we are as a society, complicit to a greater or lesser extent, by virtue of our membership in the community.
“Uncertainty is a very important factor, and, instead of decreasing as time goes on, it grows. Outside, in the streets, in the general community, ‘everyone’ is happy. One hears no protest, and certainly sees none.In the university community, in your own community, you speak privately to your colleagues, some of whom certainly feel as you do; but what do they say? They say, ‘It’s not so bad’ or ‘You’re seeing things’ or ‘You’re an alarmist.’
“And you are an alarmist. You are saying that this must lead to this, and you can’t prove it. These are the beginnings, yes; but how do you know for sure when you don’t know the end, and how do you know, or even surmise, the end? On the one hand, your enemies, the law, the regime, the Party, intimidate you. On the other, your colleagues pooh-pooh you as pessimistic or even neurotic. You are left with your close friends, who are, naturally, people who have always thought as you have.
Life is a continuing process, a flow, not a succession of acts and events at all. It has flowed to a new level, carrying you with it, without any effort on your part. On this new level you live, you have been living more comfortably every day, with new morals, new principles. You have accepted things you would not have accepted five years ago, a year ago, things that your father, even in Germany, could not have imagined.
“Suddenly it all comes down, all at once. You see what you are, what you have done, or, more accurately, what you haven’t done (for that was all that was required of most of us: that we do nothing).
Ann Barnhardt – Stem Express’ Human Baby Foie Gras Menu
Oh, yeah. Tyqueisha and Scheherazade in da hood are mos’ def’ gonna be wantin’ in on dis.
And why not, right? I mean, what is the surest guarantee a male can have that Tyqueisha is NOT going to get pregnant, and is financially independent – even someone he could hustle and mooch off of himself, and is therefore an absolute guaranteed “free ride”?
How about Tyqueisha being five or six months pregnant? With twenty grand in human foie gras just waiting to get a tiny bit cuter before harvest and replanting? Hell, Tyqueisha could double-crop. Two per year harvested at 23 weeks. That leaves a six week window to resume cycling again and conceive the next human being for harvest and sale. Hell, maybe Jon Corzine could work with the CME to set up futures on human body part commodities.
Oh, yeah. Tyqueisha is going to be popular.