Pro-abort

Tuesday, May 6, AD 2014

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Wesley Smith at National Review Online tells us of someone who I think we can safely call a pro-abort:

So, an abortion clinic counselor doesn’t use birth control and gets pregnant. It’s termination time! And she filmed it.

It was, like you know, such a positive experience! From, “Why I Filmed My Abortion,” in (where else?) Cosmopolitan:

I remember breathing and humming through it like I was giving birth. I know that sounds weird, but to me, this was as birth-like as it could be.

Except, the “birth” was to end life, not bring it to fruition. Otherwise, I see it. No diff.

It will always be a special memory for me. I still have my sonogram, and if my apartment were to catch fire, it would be the first thing I’d grab…

Every time I watch the video, I love it. I love how positive it is. 

Ah. good times. Becoming irresponsibly pregnant and then having a birth-like experience of destroying a fetus–complete with pictures! 

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This is Why I Call Pro-Aborts, Pro-Aborts

Tuesday, June 12, AD 2012

 

 

I never use the term “pro-choice” but always use the term “pro-abort” to designate those who are perfectly fine with the unborn having no legal protection from contract killing in the womb.  Here is an example of why I do so:

 

Melissa Clouthier, a conservative blogger, attended the panel and reported on how one member urged attendees to applaud women who had killed their unborn children in abortions:

 

In an act of public bullying, one of the three speakers, Darcy Burner of Washington (the others being Elizabeth Warren and Mazie Hirono of Hawaii), asked women who had had an abortion to stand up in front of other attendees. It was difficult to estimate the number of women as they were sprinkled through out the audience. They stood alone while Burner admonished the attendees to hold their applause.

Then Burner asked the others seated in the audience to stand and give these women a standing ovation. The audience complied enthusiastically. I sat during this spectacle.

Burner said,”If you are a woman in this room, and statistically this is true of about 1/3 of the women in this room, if you’re a woman in this room who has had an abortion and is willing to come out about it, please stand up.”

She continued, “Now, if you are willing to stand with every woman who is willing to come out about having had an abortion, please stand up.” Nearly everyone stood.

Burner said, ”This is how we change the stories in people’s past. We need to make it okay for women to come out about the choices they make.”

The left will say that they’re not pro-abortion, they’re pro-choice or they’re pro-women. It was clear, though, that abortion itself was elevated as something good and something to be celebrated. The speaker and the audience was honoring women who had an abortion as though the action was an objectively good thing.

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  • So it’s not enough to love the sinner and assure them of God’s mercy if they turn to Him. No, we have to pat them on the back and say, “Good job!”

  • Just like the militant homosexual activists u cannot just love them as people u have to embrace NO celebrate their way of life.

  • I find strange that some people think that there is no more slavery in America when loads of sex-slaves arrive on US shores from lots of different places.

  • I have trouble to call anyone pro-abortion within any specific context in which they are willing to look honestly into a mother’s eyes and tell her that the best “assistance” they can provide is to reach inside of her and kill her child. While there may be one or two in the world that are that callous, I suspect most are merely misinformed or addicted or scared into their support of abortion within that specific context.

    However, when it comes to endorsing a pro-abortion policy. When it comes to funding non-abortion services at an abortion facility vs. a non-abortion facility, they prefer funding the abortion facility because it might cover the overhead costs of abortion. When it comes to enact their supposed principle of choice, they deny other choices and even shame women for having children. When it comes to trying to create moral and theological defenses for the murder of humans. When it comes to creating incentives and legal protections for motherhood and children, they would rather privilege abortion. There are many proven cases of those that pro-abortion. Again, perhaps it’s merely misinformation or fear or their own addictions. We’re all sick from original sin. Most of us in shame, some others openly and in positions of influence to lead the littlest ones to sin. These people are not pro-choice, but pro-abortion.

  • My beloved Americans, now that you have joyfully elevated the mass murder of the unborn to a “Religion”, tell me; if this goes on for the next 25 years, where will your population stand in comparison to the rest of the World Population?????

    Why do you conceive and then kill your own children???? Why not just ensure no conception takes place when you are indulging in your sexual gratifications???? At least that way, you would have committed only One Sin. But to copulate and then kill what you have brought to life makes you appear totally callous to the extreme. May God have Mercy on America.

Sacred and Holy?

Sunday, September 5, AD 2010

And they cried with a loud voice, saying:  How long, O Lord (holy and true) dost thou not judge and revenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth? Apocalypse 6:10

If you listen closely you can hear the attendants (which include the mayor of our fine city of Houston Anise Parker) at this “dedication” commenting on their newly “sacred and holy” ground. They are speaking of the largest abortuary in the United States.

If we are moving toward, or already in, a post-Christian civilization then should we be surprised that those who promote and support abortion and other anti-life policies impart a religious sheen on their actions?  After all, human sacrifice was present in almost all pagan religions to some extent with the Aztec sacrifices being among the most infamous.  These people are willing and proud worshipers of Baal and, unless we pray, fast and offer Masses in reparation for these sins, we will only allow this evil to grow and ever more innocents slaughtered at the altar of “Choice”.

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  • Walter,

    Thanks for posting this.

    It’s a crying shame that the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston has the largest abortuary in their backyard.

    I’d like to know if there was a Catholic priest present at the ceremony and what is his name. I only say this because the attendees were reading from a pamphlet that said “holy and sacred ground”. Sounds very Catholic to me.

    That and Carol Alvarado, a Catholic state representative is shown prominently in this video. She is also (or was) on the board of directors of Planned Parenthood of Southeast Texas (Houston).

  • Yeah thanks for posting this.. I get sick listening to that mayor and state rep – notably misguided by a passion that can’t see the truth… Please people from Houston vote them out…

  • “holy and sacred ground” sounds very Catholic to me”

    It could just as easily be Episcopalian, since a lot of their liturgy “sounds Catholic” too (in some cases, more Catholic than the current Novus Ordo).

  • McClarey posted some homilies by Cardinal Newman this past Lent that addressed the neo pagan-atheism that will plague our times.

    It seems we may be experiencing that right now. Secularization of society, practical atheism, and a president with an ideological bent toward socialism, liberation theology, collective salvation and Mohammadism (he may not be a Muslim, but he is certainly sympatico).

    Add that to Human child sacrifice (abortion), use of magic potions (drug and alcohol abuse), sexual rites (cohabitation, pedophilia, pornography, sodomy, homosexualism, ‘gay marriage’, incest, polyamorous unions, etc.) and a generally hedonistic culture.

    We, orthodox Catholics, are nothing more than a remnant in a culture that is more pagan and evil than pre-Christian Rome.

    Time for the saints to rise up.

  • I noticed that the woman in red was clearly embarrassed and did not want to pronounce the word “abortion”.

    They perfectly well know what they are doing and desperately try to delude themselves into thinking that they are not murdering anyone.

    M