“It’s a strange time, for sure”
“For whatever reason we’ll accept the money”
in the wake of the series of utterly revolting videos explaining the depth of the evil at Planned Genocide, this article from Live Action News has – besides the already known quotes from Margaret Sanger; I have already written something about the woman – two videos. I would like here to direct your attention on the second; unfortunately, I could not post it directly here on the page.
In the video, a man calls Planned Genocide and says he wants to donate an abortion of a black child, because he is (clearly) White and against affirmative action, fearing that his own child might one day be disadvantaged.
Four calls are recorded: three of the answers are noted above, the fourth woman (they were all women, by the way; I smell “gender discrimination” here) keeps the conversation neutral but still gladly accept the donation knowing it is made with the stated aim to help killing Blacks in a legal way.
Well, if you thought the atrocious videos are only (cough) isolated episodes, and extreme examples that do not reflect the activity of Planned Genocide, this short video shows you’ll have to face reality: racism of the most brutal, “We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population” (© Margaret Sanger, 1939) sort is alive and kicking in 2015 Planned Genocide.
Think of this: if the KKK were still alive (I mean, as a meaningful entity) and they were jamming the phone lines asking to be able to make donations with the explicit, stated intent of having as few Blacks born as possible, they would receive answers like “understandable, understandable”, “It’s a strange time, for sure” and “For whatever reason we’ll accept the money”.
Don’t miss the populist tweets at the beginning. They are precious.
And it came to pass that for once in their wretched lives, the murderous hags did not have it their way, because a bunch of generally rather tepid small “c” Catholics (with one exception) decided to switch their brains on and do something to protect the elementary freedoms of their countries.
The Nazi Hags are now having a hissy fit as they count the money that will be lost in hoped-for employer funded abortion, and if I understand the events correctly they are now terrified contraception might go the same way. Which, if it were to happen, would be more lost business, and clearly a blow to the culture of death.
Now mind this: most employers will likely continue to fund the abortions of their more or less slutty female employees, persuaded that nobody is anybody to judge; and the same would, of course, happen with contraception if that too were to be definitively struck down. It is only a not-so-small, but minoritarian number of closely held private enterprises and, from what I understand, religious organisations that would avail themselves of the astonishing freedom of not having to pay for your employee's murder of her unborn child. But this is perfectly irrelevant to the Nazi Hags: their dreams of totalitarian Nazi dominance have been, for the time bing, shattered, and they simply cannot bear it.
I suggest, with my tongue firmly in cheek, euthanasia; provided the employer doesn't have to pay for it, of course.
In the meantime, the Brown Shirts are screaming like Hitler has just shot himself, and pay for full-page “hate” adverts on the New York Times; of whom it is very doubtful whether, if things had gone the other way, they would have accepted to publish such an ad from the other side.
For the moment, let us enjoy the hysterical screams of the Nazi Hags. If you have a blog, please let the images in this post (which I have courtesy of Father Z) appear in yours; if you haven't, please tweet them and spread them everywhere.
A victory should never be allowed to go to waste.
We all know that pro-abortion radicals have no problem with male politicians speaking in support of abortion, or male lobbyists fighting for federal funding of Planned Parenthood, or male doctors performing abortions. But the minute a man speaks out for life, it’s “HEY! If you don’t have a uterus, ZIP IT!!!”
No, Madame Anger, I will not zip it. Unless you are trying to tell me my fly is down, in which case, thank you. I will zip it slowly and carefully.
Guys, I don’t know about you, but I for one am tired of being told that because I can never carry a child, I can’t stick up for one. It’s time to stop bowing to prejudice. It’s time to start being men.
In conclusion, to those who burn with rage when we men have the nerve to stand up for life, I offer this humble apology: please forgive us for being born male. What were we thinking?
This very funny lines come from the author of an article appeared on a pro-life site, and worthy of being read in its entirety. I think it stands out for the refreshing openness so far away from the usual political correctness surrounding these arguments.
Having a uterus does not give her owner any property right over any human being, least of all an unborn child.
In another sign of slowly changing times, it is interesting to note a central Planned Parenthood structure in Missouri is going to suspend the legal slaughter of babies because of lack of doctors ready to perform the activity required of them.
The matter becomes even more interesting if one considers that the very same clinic already had to suspend the mass murdering activity for several months, and for the very same reasons.
One wonders how viable the structure is now considered within Planned Genocide, as abortion makes a vast proportion of their revenues. Think of a slaughterhouse not managing to find the butchers to slaughter the cows and forced to repeatedly suspend the slaughtering : does it really make sense?
Beautiful collection of instructive quotations from the mother of all feminazis: Margaret Sanger.
Choosing only some of the many pearls available on http://www.dianedew.com/sanger.htm , I would mention the following ones:
The genocidal baby-killing machine
“The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” Margaret Sanger, Women and the New Race (Eugenics Publ. Co., 1920, 1923)
The eugenics Hitler forerunner
On the purpose of birth control:
The purpose in promoting birth control was “to create a race of thoroughbreds,” she wrote in the Birth Control Review, Nov. 1921 (p. 2)
The racist terminatrix
On the extermination of blacks:
“We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population,” she said, “if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.” Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right: A Social History of Birth Control in America, by Linda Gordon
The insatiable whore
A woman’s physical satisfaction was more important than any marriage vow, Sanger believed. Birth Control in America, p. 11
The anti-Christian insatiable whore
On marital sex:
“The marriage bed is the most degenerating influence in the social order,” Sanger said. (p. 23)
Isn’t it remarkable that whilst Hitler (a rather moderate man compared to this nutcase; a man, for example, who to my knowledge never thought Blacks should be exterminated) is universally reviled (and rightly so, let me add for the avoidance of doubt) this astonishing, breathtaking piece of shit should be seen to this very day as an “iconic figure for the American reproductive rights movement”*?
Obviously, Hitler took some of the agenda of this woman and put it into practical effects. But in fact, Margaret Sanger did it too, and planned parenthood has killed many more people than Hitler would ever have done.
Interesting, the female is the creator of the word “birth control”. You see, if you want to be free to do something atrocious, you must first give it a nice sounding name. “Reproductive rights” is another example. Perhaps Hitler should have defined the Holocaust in terms of “rights”, or “control”? How about “human cleaning rights”, or “racial damage control”?
The world is understandably hard to you if you lose a world war and stage a holocaust in the process. Less understandably it will treat you rather kindly if you are pretty much the same with breasts, but a feminist.
*Wikipedia. In this case, I don’t think the statement can be doubted.