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Thursday, May 15, 2014

She Who Decrees the Sentence Should Swing The Sword

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...not hide behind paid executioners:
It’s time for all of us to understand that we are at war, and lives are at stake.

The enemy — the self-worshipping death cult known as modern liberalism — has become increasingly vile, violent, and deceitful, and so we must become increasingly bold, fearless, and aggressive in our response.

If you don’t believe me, consider this video.

Before you click on that link, I should warn you of its contents. It depicts a woman named Emily Letts — self described ‘patient advocate’ — getting an abortion. Now, Emily’s clip does not show any of the possibly less palatable aspects of hiring a contract killer to murder your child. Instead, it shows her smiling and giggling about how she got pregnant but ‘wasn’t ready for a baby.’ The portion where she actually gets the abortion only gives a glimpse of her face, as she chuckles and goes on about how ‘lucky’ she is, and how ‘supportive’ all of her abortion doctors have been.

It’s funny, I suppose murderers tend to be ‘supportive’ when you pay them 400 dollars to do what they do best.

When the ‘procedure’ is completed, Emily says “cool!” and is wheeled out of the room, childfree and grinning from ear to ear.

“I’m done! YAY!”

She laughs and celebrates as if she’d just gotten a tattoo, or her belly button pierced.
The video then jumps forward a few days, and treats us to Emily’s reflections on how the slaughter of her child has positively impacted her life. In perhaps the most bizarre and unsettling part of the entire bizarre and unsettling video, she says this:

“I feel in awe of the fact that I can make a baby. I can make a life. I knew what I was doing was right because it was right for me, and no one else.”
As a Christian, I find abortion and those who engage in it, support it, and promote it abhorrent.  They take innocent life to make their own lives more convenient and/or more lucrative.  In my book, they are at least equivalent, if not worse, than those empowered leftists that rounded up Jews and other political and genetic undesirables and marched them off to death camps in the last century.

As a man, I find abortionettes disgusting. And while God may forgive her deeds if she repents of her grievous sin, that doesn't mean I have to; in fact, given the links between abortion and various mental illnesses and PTSD, promiscuity, and divorce, men should think long and hard about marrying a woman who has had one or more. Particularly since said woman has already shown immense disrespect for the value of life as a whole--what makes you think for a moment she'll respect and honor the fact that she's carrying your child inside her?

Now on to why I lead this post with a picture of actor Sean Bean, who played the character "Ned Stark" in the first season of the HBO series "Game of Thrones".  His philosophy regarding capital punishment was simple: he who passes the sentence should swing the sword, otherwise they forget the significance of the death penalty.  Being removed from the slaughterhouse and likely possessing little to no experience with the ethics of hunting, moderns are accustomed to happily buying meat wrapped up in white paper at the supermarket.  Consequently, moderns easily forget that a cow or sheep or pig had to die so that they may enjoy a steak or chop.  In a similar fashion, abortionettes and abortion rights supporters conveniently santize abortion and / or deliberately take pains to avoid the grisly truth of their choice, so as to not be faced with the deadly significance of what they just did...or do for a living.  Were they to do so, they would be confronted head-on with the monstrosity of their dead...a child had to die so that their lifestyle may continue:
Click here to show or hide graphic content of aborted babies.
On the upside, I suppose, is that burning aborted babies help keep the lights on in the US and in the UK. So we have that going for us.

11 comments:

Carnivore said...

Amazing, isn't it, how patient God is in giving man time to turn away from evil, seeing that this has been going on for decades. Since there isn't a sign of any end to abortion, my guess is that the punishment, when it comes, will be a doozie. When I hear "God bless America", I ask "Why should He, given our track record on abortion?" American "exceptionalism"? Yeah, we're exceptional all right, but for the wrong reasons. Abortion being one glaring example.

Elusive Wapiti said...

Some are fond of claiming that America is a Christian country.

To do so these days is an insult to Yahweh, the small-c church, and to Christians and Catholics everywhere.

Elusive Wapiti said...

BTW I agree with the Archbishop of Canterbury...probably one of the only things about which we do agree...Britain and the West are decidedly post-Christian.

Sean Carnegie said...

Those pictures make me shiver. Like the Disturbance In The Force kind of feeling: a great sorrow.

newrebeluniv said...

EW,
As a personal favor, would you put those pictures below the fold or something? I like to keep your page open to access your blogroll. you got my attention after I saw it the first time. It is too gruesome to see it every day.

Elusive Wapiti said...

PH, just took care of it.

Had to do some HTML learnin'.

Eric said...

Wapiti:
I've been noticing this same sick trend in our culture lately too: it's almost like a Second-Wave Political Correctness. Now it's not only that these warped people have be 'tolerated'; their lifestyles and horrid actions are held up as some kind of goal to which society should aspire.

But then again, these are the 'Indigoes' who believe themselves on a higher evolutionary and spiritual plane than the rest of us.

Eric said...

A bit OT, but some good news for a change on the subject of the Blue State Exodus: the Japanese announced earlier this week that they are pulling Toyota USA completely out of California and relocating in Plano, Texas taking with them 3,000 jobs.

Elusive Wapiti said...

Eric,

Not a Texican, but the blue state exodus of jobs and actual economic activity from the PRK to Texas warms my heart.

newrebeluniv said...

Thank you.

Mindstorm said...

"[...]in fact, given the links between abortion and various mental illnesses and PTSD, promiscuity, and divorce[...]"

I wonder how often the abortion is a symptom, side-effect, or the cause of those pathologies.