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.
Rabid pussy hat feminist accuses excellent future Supreme Court Justice of having – at some point, she does actually not remember when, and for some reason never told anyone for 30 years – kinda, sorta have tried to force himself upon her.
This should be, apparently, reason enough to postpone a vote until people who have just said they are not interested in this rubbish (read = the FBI) have made a complete, “Mueller-long” investigation on the matter. Interesting concept of democracy, these Democrats.
The accuser – or, as some Democrats hilariously has said, “survivor” – was, at the time of the accused “assault”, not exactly a shy wallflower.
Rather, she appears to have been – and this is only limiting ourselves to the image she accepted to have published of herself – a drunken, racist slut and sexual predator of younger boys.
Oh my, that makes for some reading. The arrogance, the entitlement, the casual racism, the drunkenness to the point of unconsciousness celebrated as a cool trait of the rich, white girls, the “exploration” of male schools for male prey (no doubt, no difficult to get; but every sluts know that very well) and the celebration of the unavoidable successes really give a vivid, realistic picture of what kind of girl the “survivor” was at the time of the alleged assault to her virginal innocence.
Not quite surprising, rich entitled slut ended up marrying one of those emasculated feminist idiots comfortable with being (let us say a number at random; apologies if I am being cautious) the twenty-second prick she invited in the very popular space between her legs; and, in the course of those counselling marriage session these people normally have before divorcing, appeared to remember, out of the fog of nights of drunkenness to the point of unconsciousness, that a successful judge had, once, at some point, kinda sorta, tried to abuse her.
More than five dozen other women confirm the integrity of the man. But hey, a feminist pussy hat slut must count more than them, and destroy a man’s reputation based on her drunken fog allegations.
Congratulations, Senator Feinstein & Co. You have managed to make Venezuela look like a country of impeccable political costumes.
We are now informed that the slut will (surprise!) not appear in front of the Senate to avoid complete and utter demolition in front of the entire nation. The vote will go on next Thursday without further delay and the outcome is now, if I am an accurate judge of the situation, more predictable than it was before.
I hope Kavanaugh sues this woman for her last dime.
Her “White privilege” has gone on for long enough.
Yesterday it was one year from that wonderful, sleepless night I spent in front of my computer screen, enjoying (almost) every moment. What an unforgettable night. What joy to go to work without having closed an eye, but knowing that Armageddon was averted.
Imagine a Hillary Presidency only from the point of view of the Supreme Court: the Scalia substitution alone would have tipped the scale in favour of people with no decency and no God, but Baader Ginsburg would also have soon resigned, and possibly Kennedy, or Roberts, or both. Sotomajor has, it is rumoured, a big diabetes problem, and she might have been persuaded to resign, too. It would have been a complete remaking of the Country for who knows how many decades.
This is the by far most important aspect. But there are others. Trump has killed the Paris Agreement and the TPP, he is remaking Nafta, he is killing the entire environ-mentalist agenda, he is being vocally pro-life. The economy is marching forward and the stock exchange reflects the rosy prospects, indicating an easy win in 2020 unless the man loses his mind and starts to drift towards the “centre”. There is a new assertiveness abroad: Iran, North Korea, Syria: we finally have a POTUS again instead of a limp-wristed idiot completely out of his depth.
The initial movement has now become a true revolution, a revolution that supports Trump but does not depend on him. Alabama has shown in the most brutal way (assuming a Republican victory next month) what is to be done to be elected, and the ripple effect on future Senate races is already stunning. Virginia has shown that half measures will not do, and the RINOs might soon become an endangered species. The Second Amendment is stronger than it has been in a long time. The Country is visibly shifting towards sanity.
I forget a lot.
Certainly, not all has gone according to plan, but then it never does. I would have expected more energy in the matter of illegal immigration, but again this is mainly for the legislative power to start acting on. The Wall *is* coming. Obamacare *is* dying. The tax reform too.
One year later, I raise my eyes heavenward and thank a good and merciful Lord for the Rise Of The Deplorables, allowing not only the US, but the entire West not to be condemned to the Dictatorship of Godlessness.
What great, great gift Donald Trump is.
On this day, I want to renew my despise for, and my insults toward, the Sanctimonious Judases who would have preferred to see Hillary in power to satisfy their petty vindictiveness and their morbid desire to see everything crumble around them as they blame you for it. Despicable idiots. Enemies of everything that is good and holy. Tools of the devil. May God forgive them for having helped Satan in 2016. I will certainly not forget.
One year later, we look to the future with a renewed optimism, and we know that the Army of Christ is on the offensive where it counts most, the USA. We are still suffering on the papal front, where the situation is utterly dire. But it is fair to say that Trump will do for Christian values much more than Francis will ever be able to destroy.
Soldier on, my fellow Deplorables. Keep fighting the good fight, and keep supporting the right side. Never waiver. Pray for the swift departure (one way or the other) of RBG, Sotomajor, Kennedy and Roberts, and their substitution for justices in the mould of Gorsuch. They will readjust the country’s trajectory, and pave the way for a Christian generation after us.
Thank you, Lord, for Donald Trump, and for the Charge Of The Deplorables.
After one entire (work) day of feverish expectation, the news has just reached me that Justice Kennedy will n ot retire… Yet.
However, the fact that he had his 30 years celebration brought forward one year seems to indicate that he will still resign at some point before next June, hopefully at the end of Summer.
It does not have to be all bad. Three or four more months of Trumpism will help our cause anyway, and will strengthen the resolve of the Senate to give the entire Western civilisation another decent judge. In the meantime, it is clear Gorsuch is all we hoped for, and possibly some more.
My childish enthusiasm and excitement of the entire day has gone. I also am under no illusion that, when Kennedy resigns, his replacement will be an epic battle. But I wanted this fight, and I will now have to wait.
It appears that justices of the US Supreme Court give a kind of solemn reception to their employees every 5 years in office : 5, 10, 15, and so on.
You will be pleased to know that Justice Kennedy, who also follows the custom, has just given such a reception, for year… 29.
It does not take a genius to understand what this means.
God willing, the announcement will be made tomorrow. This would be huge.
Mind, a huge battle will ensue as there will be no shortage of RINO Senators reflecting whether it is not better to profile themselves as “middle of the road”, “uniparty” little weasels and find excuses to stop the appointment of a decent candidate. But it seems to me that they would be underestimating the mood in the Country at large.
This can be huge. Gorsuch was the replacement for the loss of Scalia, but another like Gorsuch instead of Judas Kennedy would tip the scale for very long. And if Baader-Meinhof …. apologies…. Bader Ginsburg decides to retire too – or else the Grim Reaper asks to have a word with her – that would be huge, squared.
I can't contain my excitement. I have been waiting all month. 29 years reception? Really?
Finger crossed. Lots of prayers. Tomorrow could be one of those days that change the course of history.
Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle!
Folks, things are going fine.
Read here a detailed report about the exemplary behaviour of justice Neil Gorsuch in his first month at the Supreme Court. You could not wish for better reassurance.
Stop for a moment now, and think what a threat to the entire Western Civilisation we would have been witnessing now if Hitlery had been elected, and had managed to have someone in the mould of the lesbian Kagan appointed. Not impossible to do at all, with 48 votes assured and no scarcity of RINO sellouts.
The appointment of Gorsuch alone is, quite likely, the defining moment of Trump's first term. More important than even the wall. I can only hope and pray that Kennedy decides to announce his retirement next month (as widely rumoured), and I am confident Trump would give us another candidate just as good: an event, this, also extremely important as it would tip the scale in favour of sanity for a long time. Kennedy proved a solemn disappointment, and I am sure the Gipper has rolled in his tomb many times.
If you really want to dream, I authorise you to wonder about the health of Bader Ginsburg, the now 84 years old non-observant liberal Jewess (I wonder how you can have better credentials as a hater of Christian societies and institutions).
Not wishing her death, of course.
Perish the thought.
She can always retire. But at 84 and expecting two terms for Trump I think the old woman will need a certain amount of stamina to make it through 2023 (expect no appointment if she dies in the election year).
Trump's victory already gave us a huge gift in the form of Gorsuch. More may happen. Actually, it is not unthinkable at all that Trump will appoint three judges during his first term alone. That would be more winning, and even more winning.
Never tire of winning. Never tire of thanking God that Hitlery didn't make it. Enjoy the awful lot that you already have and push together with Donald Trump to enjoy what you don't have yet.
It will not be all roses. But in comparison to a Clinton win it will look like the Garden of Eden every single day.
The HHS mandate row is, as it is natural, very complicated; particularly for people, like me, who live the other side of the Atlantic Ocean and can’t spend their lives looking at the details. In particular, it is difficult for a European observer to immediately grasp the two profiles of contraception and abortion.
More in particular, things are complicated in that, as I could understand it, Hobby Lobby opposed a limited number of – medicaments officially considered – contraceptives because they deem them abortifacients. Which means, if I got it right, that at least as far as they are concerned the issue is abortion, not contraception. But the issue is at the same time also religious freedom, and I understand the Supreme Court decision was limited to a limited number of medicaments which, whilst abortifacients, are officially contraceptives. Therefore, whilst Hobby Lobby can be satisfied, we aren’t (yet).
Things are more complicated for Catholic organisations than for Hobby Lobby, as – if they are Catholics in more than name only – they must oppose both contraceptive and abortifacients of all sorts. Again, from what I gather the Supreme Court examined the cases under the aspect of religious freedom, which unavoidably must apply to contraceptives as well as abortifacients. Therefore, it would appear to me, unless I got it wrong, that whilst the issue has not been explicitly decided yet, there is a fairly good chance that the Supreme Court will upheld the right of every Catholic organisation (non-profit one, or for-profit if closely held) to deny every medicament going against Catholic teaching, contraceptives as well as abortifacients.
Some of my US American readers might perhaps provide me with easy and concise explanations, or with links helping with the matter.
I have found this here and this here, and will look at them more in detail as time allows. I am interested in particular in the chances of the contraception battle for nonprofit and closely held for-profit organisations, as it seems to me that concerning certain abortifacients things should be clear enough for both for-profit and non-profit ones.
Again, I am thankful for sober, digestible guidance in the intricacies of the law and the judicial decision.
And it came to pass the Dyke- and Liberal-plagued Supreme Court of the US ruled that if a company is “closely held” (which means that a maximum of 5 individuals control 50% of the shares) it does not have to comply with the contraception mandate.
I am awaiting further news, but I would say this is a lot of companies, not necessarily small (some, in fact, might well be very big). Good news, and actually the freshest breath of air I could draw in many months.
But I wonder whether this is not merely a blip, a short pause in the relentless assault of the Gaystapo to our freedoms and, more importantly, to Christianity.
This is, if I understand correctly, a 5-4 decision in a court already employing, for life, a scandalous dyke. What did not happen in 2014 could, then, well happen in 2024, or even in 2019. Actually, it could happen rather easily as long as the US electorate keeps giving to itself every four years the choice between a 100% cretin and his best imitator.
This time we got 5-4 lucky, at least in this matter, but unless there is a reverse in this damn “who am I to judge”-mentality and the Catholic clergy starts to bite already, it is only a matter of time until the tsunami of the heathenish,ignorant feel-good masses submerges everything on its way.
The battle is, first and foremost, a religious and cultural one. Without the deterioration of Christianity in the US in the last fifty years the contraception mandate would be unthinkable, as even those who are not Christian would share a set of value in the light of which they live and understand their own freedoms. Not so in a Country which sends a dyke to the Supreme Court, and perverts are allowed to “celebrate” their own perversion in the lewdest of ways (they are perverts, so what else can you expect?) without any problem from the public authorities or the police.
In order to effectively fight this battle, we need a hierarchy made of people who believe in God and are afraid of Judgment. It is obvious to me, from countless examples of their behaviour, that too many of our Bishops and Cardinals, starting from Mr “who am I to judge” himself, do not do either. To them, the clerical habit means a job for life, a life of privileges, and a huge stroke to their ego. They will, like Pope Leo X, “enjoy it” while it lasts. What happens after them – in 20, or 30, or 50 years – obviously does not concern them in the least. When they're gone they're gone, they think. So: stuff the church and the let me enjoy the limelight, or at least my quiet life of privileges.
The trumpet is calling the troops to surrender. It's not easy to fight in these conditions.
When will this end? It will end, I think, when the Lord in his Justice decides that we have been punished enough for the insolence started in the Sixties, both from the laity who think they knew better and from the clergy who wanted to be their “friend”.
From where I stand, I see this insolence increasing within the Hierarchy, growing by leaps and bounds as the stupid headlines of last year become the Catechism Of Mercy of this year. With ugly regularity, bishops and Cardinals try to outdo each other in a mad race of Modernism, all of them regularly quoting Francis as their “”inspiration”.
The Instrumentum released in preparation of the October Synod contains phrases of open, proudly shouted Modernism; a Modernism that is now not even concealed, but dares to show itself in the open, fuelled by the many cretinous statements of a Pope so much in love with himself that he will not even stop three seconds to think of the implications of what he is about to say.
Do not think, therefore, that the good news from Washington is the beginning of a new phase. The Catholic hierarchy is still shooting at the Catholic troops, shelling them with their Modernist cannons like it's 1915.
As long as the hierarchy is so obviously making the work of the Devil, our efforts will be meritorious – and certainly a duty of every sincere Catholic – but they will not be able to stem the tide of madness. Things will only begin to change when the Lords causes good and sincere shepherds to get in the positions of influence replacing the atheist, prostituted generation of the Nicholses, the Dolans and the Bergoglios.
This 5-4 ruling is, in fact, no more than dusk that can be seen at the end of the tunnel. But in the times we are living, I'll be happy with whatever light I get.