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Friday, August 7, 2015


Douglas Wilson: 3 Reasons the Campaign on Planned Parenthood is Winnable -- Pastor Wilson shares a short description of some of the 'Science!' being done on murdered babies. He gives the description in plain English and in sciencese (personally, the sciencese affected me more than the plain English)
The results of the above research, incidentally, were published in Science. That particular vile experiment was done in Finland, but it was funded by “the Lalor Foundation in Boston,” the “New York State Department of Mental Hygiene,” and, get this, the “Association for Aid of Crippled Children,” also located in New York.
My mother was used as a human guinea-pig -- here in America, in the 1930s -- in ways not too different from what the pre-Nazis and Nazis did in Germany in the 1930s. AND, it was funded in large part by the Shriners. Now, I'm confident that the rank-and-file men who were Shriners had no idea that the monies they raised to help crippled children were being put to such perverse ends; but the people at the top, the people making the decisions, the people working hand in glove with the "Progressives" in Indiana's government and its medical corps, knew.


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Part of me thinks, "This has got to be the tipping point. Even the most spiritually dead, sleepwalking automaton out there has now got to recognize the abortion industry for the evil that it is." At the very least, they ought to recognize that it is an "industry", and that the Pro-life Movement wasn't just using that word as some sort of rhetorical device.

But then I look over at im-irrational's blog, and am forced to acknowledge the infinite capacity of the willfully self-deluded to continue in their delusions, no matter what.

Ilíon said...


A very large percentage of the people -- and the majority of our rulers -- wants to pretend to ignorant about what abortion is.

Hell! Just that fact that it's the knowledge that PP runs baby chop shop that is *finally* getting some of the fence-sitters to pay attention is more evidence that they don't want to pay attention and don't want to know what's going on ... and *certainly* don't want anyone to put a stop to it. It's not the moral outrage of selling babies as pieces parts that has the fence-sitters attention, it's the "ick factor" -- after all, chopping up the murdered babies is small potatoes compared to murdering them in the first place.