A cannibalistic civilization cannot exist stable in the long term.
Look at the empty demonic eyes. These people will spend most of their lives in agony and they want everybody else to do so also.
There is something off about the face of the woman holding the sign. Looks to be slightly not a normal human face.
Actually, some people do think it is racist:Sadly, so many liberals think this way that her satire is almost too subtle, outrageous though it may be.
This week, Stanford University showed that infusing cerebrospinal fluid of young mice into old mice improves brain function, a breakthrough which could have enormous implications for dementia and other neurodegenerative conditions.
Cerebrospinal fluid is a clear liquid found within the tissue that surrounds the brain and spinal cord of humans, and is packed full of nutrients, signalling molecules and growth factors which nourish neurons.
Actually, some people do think it is racist:
MSNBC column claims homeschooling is racist, part of ‘extreme’ ‘evangelical war’ to ‘dismantle’ public schoolsMSNBC columnist Anthea Butler wrote that the expanse of homeschooling in America is part of a war waged "against public school" by right-wing Christians that has racist roots.www.foxnews.com
Here she is:. Of course, she might just be fishing for dollars and know what she is saying is garbage:
She said a staff member initially performed an ultrasound and told her that her pregnancy was not far enough along for an abortion.
This caused Foster to falter over her decision.
“Okay, well great,” she described herself thinking. “There’s my answer. I’m still not totally convinced about this. There’s no way I’m coming back.”
But then the staff member realized she had been wrong about how far along the pregnancy was and told Foster they could proceed with the abortion. Foster asked if she could see the ultrasound on the screen that sat two feet away from her, but she said the staff member told her that was against policy.
Foster began to panic.
“Everything felt very wrong,” she said. “It just felt very rushed, very forced.”
But Foster said when she tried to leave, the staff at the clinic told her she could not.
“I tried to, I was physically trying to get up off the table,” Foster continued. She said woman who was attending her called for help. “I ended up with four people holding me down, one on each arm, one on each leg.”
Foster said she attempted to scream as she tried to break free, but the doctor entered the room and began the abortion regardless of her struggles.
“They kept me still enough that it was able to happen relatively safely, I guess,” she said.
“And then it was just over.”
From the first file:
By the same token, making abortion legal unduly favors one religious viewpoint over another as well. You cannot assert one without the other being true.Do abortion bans unduly favor one religious viewpoint over another? Yes, different religions believe that human life begins at different stages of development. Science can explain developmental timelines, but philosophic and religious viewpoints largely determine what exactly defines “life” or “personhood” for each individual. NCJW believes, as the First Amendment to the US Constitution guarantees, that no one religion should be enshrined in law or dictate public policy on any issue — including abortion.
The first amendment was not intended to protect any “religion” other than Christianity, as there were (and continue to be) different factions that were at the core of the concern for so-called “religious freedom.” There was no consideration for Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddists, etc, who were not of any consequential population in the nation as founded and therefore of no consequence. Atheists are likewise not given any sanctuary from Christianity, and in fact the inverse is true.From the first file:
By the same token, making abortion legal unduly favors one religious viewpoint over another as well. You cannot assert one without the other being true.
The Washington Post initially reported the arrest, quoting sources who said the man also was carrying burglary tools. He told police he was upset by a leaked draft opinion suggesting the court is about to overrule Roe v. Wade, the court’s landmark abortion case, the Post reported. He was also said to be upset over recent mass shootings, according to the newspaper.
The justices have been provided round-the-clock security at their homes amid concerns about violence following the court’s ultimate decision.
An armed man who made threats against Justice Brett Kavanaugh was arrested near the justice’s house in Maryland around 1:50 a.m. Wednesday.wtop.com