Mounting Pressure On Abortion

And it came to pass that the Supreme Court provisionally left alive a Texan law forbidding abortion from when a heartbeat is detectable, that is, around six weeks. Six weeks is good, then, unless and until technology advances, most women will discover too late that they are pregnant. One can also see a powerful argument in the collective imagination here: when a heartbeat is detected, how is this not a baby? I know, life begins at conception; but very many who don’t believe it will find it difficult to resist the heartbeat argument.

I have no illusion that this Texan law will survive the scrutiny to come, as I can’t imagine that jellyfishes like Kavanaugh and that traitorous other woman will find the fortitude to make the right choice here (a fairly easy one btw, as they could state that modern technology makes things known today that were, officially, not grasped in January 1973). Still, this decision is important.

It seems to me that there is a growing pressure against abortion, and that all these legislative measures officially doomed to fail are slowly but surely chewing the Nazi Wall away. In the end, the stolen 2020 elections have made clear to everybody in the most brutal way what everybody with a brain already knew: the important, society-changing decisions of the Supreme Court are eminently political. The Justices pretended that the Constitution gives the right to abort and to live in abominable circumstances because that was the perceived climate of the day among the urban elites and the press, and the Justices were either all too willing to go with it, or too cowardly to oppose it.

In the next years we might see something like that, but in reverse. As the pressure mounts to put some limit on the senseless genocide, the Supreme Court might, at some point, pick some excuse to do just that, whilst claiming to stay within precedent. In time, when the climate is further improved, Roe vs Wade could be ditched with some other argument picked to hide what the Justices very well know: the times, they are a’ changing’, again.

The Evil Side used this tactics to promote perversion and, at least in other countries, abortion.

I think we should use the same tactics to oppose both perversion and abortion.

Posted on September 2, 2021, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. The Republican Party has always allegedly been the party of pro-life. Yet, in a country where the people didn’t want abortion, and it was imposed from on high at the national level, we have never been able to get rid of it — even when the Republicans have held all the cards. They’ve just been stringing us along all these years. They’re just the other side of the Democrat coin. Even the good, well-meaning ones are too much infected by the ideology of their opponents to be effective.

    It’s similar to what’s been going on in the Church since Vatican II. Only very recently have I come to realize just how compromised Benedict XVI was as Pope by the modernist virus, which it is all but impossible not to breathe in. I knew he was pretty modernist as a young priest, but thought he outgrew it. He was certainly orders of magnitude more orthodox than any other churchmen I was dealing with in my own diocese, which kept me from seeing the reality. But in fact, he believed that you could reconcile completely opposing and mutually exclusive ideas, and that kept him from asserting the fullness of his power as Pope to put the Church right. It’s been the same with all the other mainstream clergy. Even the good ones are a mixed bag, and so nothing gets better.

  2. Read John Zmirak today (2 Sept 2021) in The Stream. I believe the pro-life movement has been set back 50 years by 99.9% of the bishops worldwide maniacally pushing the abortion tainted serum. Abortion will be enshrined for decades to come. The pharmaceutical industry’s blood stained machinery DEMANDING the bodies of aborted children to manufacture their product grinds-on.
    Moloch is insatiable.

    My respect for bishops Viganò, Schneider and Lenga in these dark times is profound.

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