Yesterday was the (I think, first) first day of coordinated, national protest against so-called Planned Parenthood in the Unites States.
More than 200 locations, coast to coast. The locations appear to have been (I have nosed around on the internet) generally outside of baby killing factories. Gotta love a (still; and no thanks to libtards) free Country.
“It’s chilling to see Planned Parenthood’s doctors talk about how to crush an unborn child’s body in order to most effectively procure his or her organs,”
Always nosing around, it seems to me that Catholic priests and Catholic imagery (rosary prayers; pictures of the Blessed Virgin) play an important role in this. May this continue and help spreading catholicism as it spread awareness for the astonishing Nazi mentality in millions of homes in our very Western Countries, in our very families!
Deo volente, this will grow into a deadly weapon against the Dr Goebbels of our times and their enablers and accomplices.
The shocking tale of the genocidal madness of the likes of Planned Parenthood and StemExpress keeps presenting us with ever new sides of the unbelievably cruel, heathenish world we are living in.
In a new, not very funny phone call we are informed some of the Nazi scientists are having “meltdowns”, and “freaking out”, at being confronted in a too clear manner that they are dissecting babies in best Nazi Scientist Trafition. However, in that retarded English typical of so many adults Americans nowadays we are told that many of those scientist are not disinclined at all to be Nazi Scientists in principle, provided they are not confronted with the reality of their being Nazi Scientists in actual fact. “Please bone the baby for me” – they say to StemExpress like you would say to your butcher – “I am a tad impressionable in these matters, you know…”. Then, the Mad Order of Things is re-established, and Nazi Scientist can go home without unpleasant images of real limbs of real babies in his mind.
I do not have adjectives for this anymore. It seems to me a Nazi Scientist was far more honest than these people, in that he had the honesty of knowing what he was doing and did not foolishly try to hide it from himself. Nor can the excuse be made that Modern Nazi Scientist thinks what he does is necessary to create a better world, then this is a common traits of most genocidal criminals from Hitler to Stalin, and from Pol Pot to Obama.
No. The Nazis are among us. They reach levels of cruelty and lack of humanity that normal, humane people cannot even imagine.
But they do so in a very sensitive manner, and – in contrast to their Nazi teachers – prefer to have their baby boned.
“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.
The wrong side does not miss an occasion to unleash hell for their own purposes. Remember the young woman who died in Ireland and prompted calls to introduce abortion? What about the wave of laws restricting individual freedoms after Sandy Hook? Or the present crusade against the Confederate Flag?
Atheists and liberals never let an occasion go to waste. In comparison, we are far too kind.
The recent wave of emotion concerning the beastly behaviour of Planned Parenthood (oh, they say now they were not selling body parts. I am waiting for the details. Can't imagine they did not expect some sort of advantage anyway; this, without considering the satanical behaviour in itself) should be used not only to attack Planned Parenthood, but to demand loud and clear the end of abortion, call Nazi butchers those who practice it, and invent all kind of neologisms like “baby-hater”, “babyphobe”, Nazi Butchers, and the like. Every time, all the time.
What happens of this? Not much. Planned Parenthood will be in some trouble for a while, but the occasion for a big wave of emotions will be lost. Imagine if a row of prominent U.S. senators had profited of this to openly ask the end of abortion. It would not happen overnight, of course; but it would put us on the offensive, and with the emotional wave on our side. Little by little, people would begin to sway.
People don't think much nowadays. Many of them mainly emote, and do so with a view of feeling good with themselves.
We should profit from the enemy's own goals much more than we are doing. We should use them to aim directly at the beast's heart, rather than merely aim at give the enemy a thrashing.
As the enemy invents a new vocabulary to insult us, we cannot go beyond polite remonstrations.
Call them names. Rouse emotions. Attack abortion directly and frontally.
We lose because we are too nice.
Besides laughing himself an awful lot, fraud-Catholic Joe Biden is always good for a laugh.
During the recent vice-presidential debate, this worthy successor of Al Gore told a worldwide audience Planned Parenthood is not allowed to perform abortions. The official Planned Nazihood sources state the number of abortions carried out in the last three years of available data in around one million.
One million. Out of my sleeves, this is many times what is necessary to classify an event as “genocide” if not in the technical meaning of the word, at least in the common parlance. It is also around the number of inhabitants of Bologna, Florence and Venice together. Not “bad” for Nazis who aren’t allowed to perform abortion. By the way, I’d say an abortion is committed, not performed, but that’s just me…
Of course, Biden Boy was probably plagiarising the wrong speech again, and possibly wanted to say Planned Nazihood cannot directly use public funds to carry out abortions; but the difference about the two concepts is so big that I do not know which case lets him look more stupid. Perhaps he needs a teleprompter.
Ah, our Joe. Always good for a laugh.
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?
This is pretty strong stuff.
Gendercide is alive, kicking and actually considered perfectly normal from the point of view of genocidal Planned Parenthood Nazis. There is no remorse, not even the slightest embarrassment. This is deeply disquieting. I had read in the past Planned Parenthood does not deny allowing such practices but it was from a third-party source; this comes, so to speak, straight from Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Also note Rebecca says the lady can come back when she is five months pregnant. What happens then, you can read here.
We live in deeply disturbing times.
And so the PRENDA, the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act, which would have made it illegal to kill a baby in the womb because of his gender, has failed to get the necessary 2/3 majority.
Planned Parenthood was obviously opposed to the bill: they plainly admit to proceed to gendercide (“Good morning Mr Chang. Your wife is expecting a girl? Bad, uh? Don’t worry, we’ll deal with the problem”) and clearly would not want to have any abortion banned, for any reason. The health of the girl is clearly at stake… erm…
Still, the bill was also opposed by the President, who was in this occasion not concerned about the “war on women”, but on the way of protecting the doctors who fail to see the intent behind the abortion.
I gather from this the President is concerned about the women who have already been born or who, more specifically, vote; but he is rather less concerned about a gendercide largely at the expense of women taking place every day, even on American soil. Therefore, an army of innocent little girl will have to die so that the irresponsible and egoistic behaviour of Obama’s voters can go on undisturbed.
Once again, it appears very clearly that so-called “pro-choice” liberals are the new Nazis.
Rather shocking (for me at least; I am the impressionable type) reminiscences of an abortion performed may years ago.
There are several elements in this article which left me rather speechless:
1) the “counselor” says she has had nine abortions already. Apparently, this was made to let the girls feel more at their ease. Apparently it worked. Strangely. Frankly I would have thought such statements would have the opposite effect: unmask the inherent inhumanity of abortion.
2) The abortion was very painful; from what I know of these things, more painful than natural birth, which at least is natural pain. Even reading the story from the comfort of one’s living room, one understand what a traumatic experience it must be, the painful efforts of a nurse and a doctor to kill one’s own baby.
3) Apparently, the ultrasound is always done – at least in the facilities of Planned Genocide – but not shown for obvious reasons. This was news to me, but it makes sense as only the ultrasound will allow to gauge the age of the baby to be killed rapidly and with accuracy. Every Nazi doctor will tell you these details are important. I also agree in the midst of the painful trauma of an abortion, to call an ultrasound “traumatic” for the mother-not-to-be is more than stupid.
4) The treatment after abortion, with the young woman having to undress in the middle of the room, given a glass of water and sent away. If I were a feminist, I’d call this dehumanising, and demeaning. But I am not a feminist, so I’ll simply observe she was treated like cattle.
Truly, a day of ordinary Nazism.
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.
Planned Parenthood says Lubbock CEO was absent from office all day.
And so the Mississippi referendum did not go as I – and, I am sure, many of you – had wished. What hurts more, the result was clearly in favour of those against the measure, whereas the polls indicated a close call.
It would appear that in the last days of the campaign, prominent pro-lifers have intervened and expressed their concerns about the initiative. I have written already about this, but the concerns may be summarised with the argument that you shouldn’t fight to win, because you may lose and be in a worse position than you were before.
I never cease to be amazed at such arguments. Did the participants of the “Boston tea party” reason that if the operation had failed, their cause might have been set back? What about the Independence war: isn’t it so, that if that war had been lost an even bigger yoke would have been imposed on the Colonies? More in general, what kind of reasoning is that, that one shouldn’t fight because he might, in theory, be worse off if he fights and lose?
How can it be explained that Planned Parenthood was clearly opposed to the initiative? If it had played in their hands, they should have chosen a lower profile, right? How can it be explained that President Obama hailed the defeat? Have these people all become covert pro-lifers?
And about the argument of the Supreme Court re-affirming Roe vs Wade: Roe vs Wade is in force now. It kills children now. It can’t kill them more after being upheld that it does at the moment. It’s not that 73% of a baby is aborted now, and this percentage would have been increased to 91% after a second sentence upholding Roe vs Wade. No, when a child is aborted , he dies to 100%. He ceases to live. He is no more.
So, it is difficult for me to see how avoiding a further controversy in the Supreme Court might help a child to be “aborted less”, or help the cause in any way. In the end, the United States are a democracy, and when the public opinion decides that it wants to go in a certain direction – with an amendment of the Constitution, if must be; more probably without – there is no need to persuade Supreme Court judges. And how can you get the “right” judges to the Supreme court, if not creating a climate hostile to abortion in the Senate that must approve them, or making it more difficult for a President to propose the election of pro-choice judges? How can a battle to raise the awareness of the Holocaust that is abortion be fought with the fear of letting the issue become a hotly contested, highly controversial one?
I am baffled, really. I think this was a victory of cowardice over hope. Not so much for the end result of the defeat, which might have happened anyway, but because of the way in which this defeat has been, in a word, deserved.
What is next, I wonder? No battle in defence of DOMA because if it is lost we might end up in a worse position than we are today? If you ask me, this is Chamberlain’s logic.
Again, I am baffled.
Planned Parenthood Engulfed In Scandal, Under Investigation For Cover-Up Of Child Abuse And Assisting Child Sex Traffickers
“The Committee has questions about the policies in place and actions undertaken by PPFA and its affiliates relating to its use of federal funding and its compliance with federal restrictions on the funding of abortion,” said Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.), chairman of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, in a Sept. 15 letter to Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards.
The letter requested details on the amount of money received by Planned Parenthood under different federal funding programs, as well as documentation of policies and procedures to ensure that federal money received by Planned Parenthood “is not being used to impermissibly subsidize abortion.”
The House committee also asked for information about the organization’s policies in place to prevent improper billing and overbilling.
Furthermore, it requested documentation of Planned Parenthood’s policies and procedures to ensure that criminal conduct, including sex trafficking and sexual abuse, are reported to the proper authorities.
Planned Parenthood’s business practices were placed in the spotlight after the pro-life group Live Action released undercover videos that showed several Planned Parenthood workers and managers appearing to assist child sex traffickers and cover up cases of sexual abuse of minors.
Oh well, it appears something has the suspicion that Planned Parenthood not only doesn’t care for the killing of children, but once they’re born they don’t care much for them, either.
A vulgar smear, say the liberals. All made up by those baddies, the Republicans, to destroy such a humanitarian institution; a killing wonder, a well-oiled genocidal machine that the likes of Hitler and Goebbels would be proud to call their own!
We shall see how this ends. I register with satisfaction that Catholic institutions are not the only ones to get this kind of attention. I trust that justice will, in the end, prevail.
In the meantime, I invite everyone to forward the news to as many people as they can, and please take note of the blog post title to add some spice (utterly truthful, by the way).
You see, if the liberals do not lose any occasion to link the Catholic Church and the accusations against her priests, I can’t see why we shouldn’t care that people be informed that Planned Parenthood is in the middle of a rather big scandal – and under an investigation of the US House of Representative – because accused of assisting child sex traffickers and covering up cases of sexual abuses of minors.
The last accusation must ring, to the ears of liberal champagne-drinkers, strangely familiar…
The US State of Kansas is as big as 2/3 of entire Italy and has the respectable population of around 2.8m inhabitants. We are now informed that of the three abortion clinics present in the state, two had their license removed due to non-compliance with health and safety regulations.
This means that only structure now remains (alas, Planed Parenthood’s one). Whilst this may seem only a secondary headline, I think that it shows the slow shift toward a different approach to abortion. Following the flow of news coming from the United States (from memory: the legislative initiatives, like the recent one in texas; the popular consultations about restriction of abortion rights, like the one in Indiana; or even the merely administrative ones, like in this case) one cannot escape the impression that abortion is under attack: under attack in the questionable medical practices, under attack in the way politicians relate to it and, most importantly, under attack in the hearts and minds of the people.
I do not think that in Europe the situation is so very different, though the typical ways of Europeans of dealing with such issues (generally less vocal, more subdued and, let us say it, more tepid) contributes to mask the shift that is taking place. If we look at the United Kingdom, some attempts have been made to reduce the abortion window from 24 to 12 weeks; more importantly, I have it from reliable source that conscientious objection is on the rise and in London the NHS cannot provide abortions for the entire 24 weeks because of the sheer inability to find doctors and nurses willing to take part in the holocaust. There’s a slow, silent, but now clearly perceptible shift in the right direction.
I have written a blog post about, among other things, the fact that societal shifts in the secular direction are not irreversible. Abortion seems to be a good point in case. Roe vs Wade is not 40 years old, and the self-serving, pagan world it opened the door to is already being attacked from all sides.
Things do change for the better. It takes time for the population to wake up – and in many cases this time will depend from the will and ability of Christian leaders of all denomination to accept the fight, nay, to declare war -, but when this happen the tiny minorities of soi-disant intellectuals can never influence it anymore.
I wouldn’t bet my pint that in another 40 years’ time abortion will still be legal anywhere in the world, perhaps with the only exclusion of the most dechristianised societies like Norway and Sweden. I might not see the day of course, but where would the world be if we only fought those battles we can see won in our lifetime…
Let us celebrate this good news from Kansas then, and take it as a messenger of even better things to come.
Interesting exchange of ideas (better: clash of ideology) at a UN panel promoted by the Vatican, Malta and Honduras and called “Secure Human Development: Marriage, Family, Community.”
The US delegates, Msssssss Shestack-Phipps, is on record for saying as follows:
“How can you say that you value family, community, and marriage, but not bring into the picture that both men and women have a right to a healthy life, to be able to avoid unsafe abortion, and have access to the highest attainable standard of reproductive health, and to decide how many children they should have?”
The US representative is a clear example of liberal neo-nazism at work: “men and women” (oh, how inclusive this is) have a right to healthy life; this includes, according to Msssss Shestack-Phipps, the “right” to “avoid unsafe abortion”.
This is staggering. Abortion is seen as something natural and unavoidable (like the right to, say, “avoid unsafe water”) and, naturally, as a right to have it safe. How the health of a man can profit from an allegedly safe abortion is not clear to me, but I’m sure Mssssss Shestack-Phipps knows best.
Contrast this excellent example of Goebbelsian rhetoric with the intervention of the representative of the little island state of St. Lucia:
“How do we get our fertility rate to rise? We were told we needed to reduce our fertility rate –now we have an aging population.”
This must seem to come from another world to the liberal nazis a’ la Shestack-Phipps. This little developing nation wants to be helped to increase births! What?! But it can’t be, my dear lady! You Peoples of the ohhh so good, but ohhh so exploited
third world (substitute this with the politically correct expression of your choice) nations must be educated to the fact that you need an aging population. You are, simply, not Nazi enough!
Ah, how hard is the work of the liberal Msssssssses of the world……
And so there we are. Intelligent people understand that the brake to growth is not birth, but corruption, waste and war; they realise that a relentless contraception and abortion campaign has managed to reduce birth, whilst doing nothing to fight the real causes of poverty mentioned above; they clearly understand what seems to clearly escape thge champagne-intoxicated minds of our liberal nazis: that every human lives are not only human riches, but sources of opportunity and wealth in themselves; that countries where the right conditions are given grow at such a rate that they must import people, as for example the United States have done for a couple of centuries now.
Alas, such are the way of the liberal world. They are so blind to the real causes of poverty that they can’t see the elephant in the room; they are so impervious to common sense that they refuse to see that their flawed ideological approach is nothing more than just another stupid reflex of their feminist, anti-Christian ideology; they would rather have a country flooded with condoms than dedicate all their energies to free it from corruption.
Do you want proof? Read here from the same debate:
The documents that guide this year’s Commission on Population and Development admit that most nations have achieved low fertility, yet the UN continues to ask donor nations for more and more money for family planning services and for what the UN euphemistically calls commodities: condoms, pills, and injectibles that prevent pregnancy.
Wendy Wright, President of Concerned Women for America, further underscored the incongruity. She has visited many medical clinics in Africa and the doctors there told her of medicine cabinets that are empty of essentials like penicillin but overflowing with condoms – so many that children have taken to blowing them up like balloons and playing with them as toys. “So much attention is given to family planning that it drains resources away from what the desperate needs are,” she explained.
Condoms in overflowing quantity, to the point of senseless waste of politically correct money, whilst the resources for medical necessities are not there.
Mssssssses of the world: wake up.
The always courageous Cardinal Newman Society has published a rather shocking report about the ties of Catholic institutions with Planned Parenthood, the No 1 genocidal organisation in the United States.
Let us read the most salient passages from the report:
Despite the Catholic Church’s unambiguous teaching on abortion and contraception, we discovered referrals to Planned Parenthood for “health” services, internships and fellowships with Planned Parenthood, seemingly boastful disclosures of employees’ past work with Planned Parenthood, and other ties to this and other “pro-choice” organizations.
The problems are spread across dozens of institutions, with occasional concentrations at highly secularized institutions like Georgetown University and Seattle University, two leading Jesuit institutions.
(Good Lord, the Jesuits again…… For more about what Jesuits are capable of, see here).
What is publicized on the Internet often indicates more extensive concerns hidden from public view, so while the information contained this report is shocking and scandalous, it is only based on a rudimentary search of college websites and likely does not capture all ties to Planned Parenthood at Catholic colleges and universities.
In no way can the work of Planned Parenthood be considered compatible with the mission of Catholic higher education or the moral teachings of the Catholic Church.
(That there is need to say these things in the first place shows the extent of the lapse of Catholic reason in the realm of higher education)
There appears to be a pervasive attitude toward Planned Parenthood that regards the abortion and contraceptive agency as benign. This attitude is simply inconsistent with a genuine Catholic sensibility.
(It’s inconsistent with being Catholic, period).
We urge Catholic colleges and universities to embrace a no-tolerance position for any relationship with Planned Parenthood—including disqualifying candidates for teaching positions with previous experience working with or for pro-abortion organizations.
(How beautifully politically incorrect. Though even I would leave the door open to those who publicly recant their former position and offer allegiance to the Church’s teaching).
There are matters of Catholic identity which require discernment and which may not point to simple solutions. There is no such nuance here—Planned Parenthood is a serious danger to the health, lives and souls of innocent students. There is no place for Planned Parenthood on a Catholic campus.
It is not entirely surprising – though entirely depressing – that once again, a vast number of US bishops have been caught fast asleep, or blind from three eyes, or simply disinterested, or all of these things together.
It is also not at all surprising that Jesuit-led institutions be once again singled out as a prime source of scandal.
On a more positive note, one can only notice that such ties with openly genocidal organisation are probably not an invention of these last years, but that now at least organisations like the Cardinal Newman Society have gained enough momentum to drag this to the attention of the Catholic opinion even amid the very loud snoring of the US bishops. In the end, the CNS itself recognises that “today we are beginning to see some movement toward a renewal of Catholic identity in Catholic higher education”, though that are very clear that “serious problems remain”.
Kudos to the Cardinal Newman Society, then; and let us hope that, in time, more and more bishops will wake up and smell, for a change, a bit of Catholic coffee.
It strikes me as (not!) odd that abortionist organisations carefully avoid to say what they do: procure abortions, kill babies, destroy human lives, enable genocides. Instead, they choose good sounding words meant to let them appear good citizens full of “concerns” for other people’s welfare. In the US they have “Planned Parenthood”, whose planning is clearly meant to avoid parenthood and in good old Blighty we have the, wait for this, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, the nature of whose “advice” will be evident in a minute.
In modern-day Britain, the early murder of an unborn child (first nine weeks; if you want to know more about how the baby starts to look like by this time click here) is carried out by taking one pill of poison in the hospital followed by another pill of poison one to two days later, always in the hospital. I am not a doctor but can easily assume that the local Dr. Mengeles want to retain control over what is happening and avoid the soon-not-to-be mother to make some mistake.
This is too cruel to the poor mother, say the “Pregnancy advisors”. Too much stress. Think of those poor women forced to have to face a second trip to the hospital to kill their babies. Inhuman, isn’t it? There is the risk of the cramping and bleeding (no one cares of the life being killed; how very “concerned”) and where do we put the emotional distress of being told where to kill your baby?
No, say the oh so concerned people at the BPAS: the woman must have “full control” of where the abortion takes place. It sounds so empowering, almost better than “planned parenthood”.
The idea is that abortion should be made as easy and uncomplicated as possible. You go to the hospital, get two pills, then kill your baby in the comfort of your home while watching a romantic comedy and a reality show. I can see the day where concerned advisors will ask for the pills to be made available at Boot’s The Chemist, in order to avoid to the distressed woman the unbelievably painful experience of a mandatory consultation and trip to the hospital.
What has become of us….