The abortion thread

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Feminism is out of control. An estimated 50,000 feminists gathered at a pro-abortion rally and some of them hurled Molotov cocktails at a Catholic Church.

If such Satanic acts do not create a backlash, I have no idea what will.

A pro-abortion rally hosted by the Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres (ENM), or National Meeting of Women, in Trelew, Argentina turned violent on Sunday, Oct. 14, as feminist protestors threw Molotov cocktails at various buildings.

According to a tweet by Malvinas Argentinas (@Abogadatrucha), a municipality in Argentina’s Chubut Province, the feminists attacked a Catholic church with firebombs as people inside the church prayed.

“In Trelew, the Satanic abortion horde is attacking the church with Molotov cocktails. The firefighters are working so it does not burn. They are constantly wetting the wooden door so the fire does not advance. Inside the church, a group of the faithful is praying in front of the Tabernacle,” the Oct. 14 tweet, translated from Spanish, read.

Crux reported that women at the rally vandalized various buildings in Trelew with feminist slogans.

“‘Abort your heterosexuality,’ ‘Church and State, separate affair,’ ‘death to the macho is not a metaphore,’ and ‘lesbianize yourself’ were among slogans an estimated 50,000 women who rallied through downtown Trelew left behind, with graffiti scrawled on storefronts, privately-owned homes and churches,” Crux reported.

https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/emily-...mbs-argentinian-church-and-city-hall-building

It is worth reading the entire article to see what is coming to your city next.

https://www.breitbart.com/latin-ame...ivists-hurl-firebombs-at-church-in-argentina/
 

Going strong

Crow
Gold Member
RE: Feminists Throw Firebombs at Argentinian Church Using Molotov Cocktails

A "Liberal" female judge :dodgy: actually opened her tribunal at midnight on Sunday, in order to urgently free the ten feminazis who had been detained by the police.

Urgently freed, "so as these women can without hassle spend the night in their homes and not in jail", and this despite the seriousness of the charges: bodily harm, resisting arrest, arson and vandalism, with six policemen wounded and a church burned down :s.


^Female K (leftist) militants at work, paid by Soros. Sad.

https://www.lanacion.com.ar/2181887-encuentro-nacional-mujeres-liberaron-diez-detenidas-incidentes
 

Handsome Creepy Eel

Owl
Gold Member
RE: Feminists Throw Firebombs at Argentinian Church Using Molotov Cocktails

Going strong said:
A "Liberal" female judge :dodgy: actually opened her tribunal at midnight on Sunday, in order to urgently free the ten feminazis who had been detained by the police.

Urgently freed, "so as these women can without hassle spend the night in their homes and not in jail", and this despite the seriousness of the charges: bodily harm, resisting arrest, arson and vandalism, with six policemen wounded and a church burned down :s.

Any chance of a guy like Pinochet getting power in Argentina? Asking for a friend.
 
RE: Feminists Throw Firebombs at Argentinian Church Using Molotov Cocktails

Handsome Creepy Eel said:
Going strong said:
A "Liberal" female judge :dodgy: actually opened her tribunal at midnight on Sunday, in order to urgently free the ten feminazis who had been detained by the police.

Urgently freed, "so as these women can without hassle spend the night in their homes and not in jail", and this despite the seriousness of the charges: bodily harm, resisting arrest, arson and vandalism, with six policemen wounded and a church burned down :s.

Any chance of a guy like Pinochet getting power in Argentina? Asking for a friend.

Brazil is getting theirs. Reading this and the panty-stuffing police officer I wonder what the headlines would be like in 10 years.
 

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
RE: Feminists Throw Firebombs at Argentinian Church Using Molotov Cocktails

duedue said:
I wonder what the headlines would be like in 10 years.

Good point. Just to cite one example, I think that few people who witnessed the vile attacks on President Bush and his administration (remember Bush derangement syndrome?) could have imagined the unbridled hostility and violence against Trump supporters today. While technological progress in our society has increased exponentially, this progress seems inversely correlated to a cultural decline at the same rate but in the opposite direction.
 

Geomann180

Ostrich
Gold Member
RE: Feminists Throw Firebombs at Argentinian Church Using Molotov Cocktails

She's right. Prison is too inhumane.

Straight to the firing squad then.

G
 

Roosh

Cardinal
RE: The abortion thread

The United Nations claims that US abortion laws are TORTURE.... not to fetuses but to women!

The United Nations deputy high commissioner for human rights said the abortion restrictions that were recently passed in several states in the U.S. are a “crisis” akin to “torture.”

“It’s clear it’s torture ― it’s a deprivation of a right to health,” commissioner Kate Gilmore told The Guardian on Wednesday. “We have not called it out in the same way we have other forms of extremist hate, but this is gender-based violence against women, no question.”

Gilmore was referring to the recent abortion restrictions passed in states like Georgia, Alabama, Missouri and Ohio, where abortion is banned as early as the first trimester. In Alabama, abortion is banned in nearly all cases, including rape and incest.

“It’s an assault on truth, science and universal values and norms,” Gilmore said. “You’re entitled to your own opinion, but you’re not entitled to your own facts.”

Many of the extreme abortion restrictions are backed by the U.S. conservative Christian base, and much of the language in the legislation is not actually rooted in science. For example, Republicans at both the state and federal levels have pushed to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. The measure threatens prison time for medical professionals who do not provide necessary medical care to an infant born alive during an abortion. However, it’s medically nearly impossible for infants to be born alive during abortions later in a pregnancy, and infanticide and murder are already illegal in the U.S.

Additionally, both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have pushed dangerous anti-abortion rhetoric over the last several months. Most recently, Trump said women who want abortions discuss with their doctors whether to “execute” the babies after they’re born.

“We have to stand with the evidence and facts and in solidarity with women, and in particular young women and minority women who are really under the gun,” Gilmore said. “This doesn’t affect well-off women in the same way as women with no resources, or able-bodied women the way it affects disabled women, and urban women the way it affects rural women.”

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/unit...rtion-laws-torture_n_5cf7c948e4b01713bed5219a
 

debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
RE: The abortion thread

There is more pushback against abortion than there has been in years.

This girl is a really effective pro life activist:


There have been a couple of popular anti-abortion movie recently:



I have never heard more people online describing abortion as murder.

And with the left pushing for post birth abortions the pushback will only get stronger.
 

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
RE: The abortion thread

Roosh said:
“It’s clear it’s torture ― it’s a deprivation of a right to health,”

So, prohibiting someone from killing a baby in its mother's womb is now "a deprivation of a right to health"?

And protecting an innocent unborn baby from a violent death is now "gender-based violence against women"?

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Garuda

Woodpecker
RE: The abortion thread

Triple cringe post. I have no words to describe the level of disgust I feel.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/l...ance-to-cuddle-with-dead-baby-before-disposal

Late-term abortionist offers parents the chance to cuddle with dead babies before disposal
Doug Mainwaring

A late-term abortionist is offering women an opportunity to hold their babies “after delivery” or take a picture home as a “remembrance” after ending their unborn child’s life.

These are just a few options suggested in a brochure now being provided by notorious late-term abortionist Dr. LeRoy Carhart, found on his website by Dr. Pat Castle of the pro-life group LIFE Runners.

The brochure, which seeks to alleviate consciences and allay the fears of women considering having a second- or third-trimester abortion, declares that the clinic has been “Caring for women with Kindness, Courtesy, Justice, Love & Respect for over 45 years.”

“Many patients request a remembrance of their baby to take home with them,” according to the flyer.

“Once the process of healing has begun, you may want to consider a token of the precious time with you and your baby had together,” it continues, before offering several post-abortion services available via the Carhart staff:

Viewing your baby after the delivery
Holding your baby after the delivery
Photographs of your baby
Cremation services referral
Funeral arrangements referral
Footprints
Spiritual and ceremonial accommodations
Remembrance certificate

That Carhart acknowledges via this pamphlet that a “baby” is involved in abortion is consisent with his attitude in a recent interview he gave to the BBC.

“I think that it is a baby, and I use (the word) with patients,” Carhart said.

“And you don’t have a problem … with … killing a baby?” the stunned BBC reporter asked.

“I have no problem if it’s in the mother’s uterus,” he replied.

Given that choosing either cremation or funeral arrangements would be a significant acknowledgement of the humanity of an aborted child, LifeSiteNews reached out to Dr. Carhart’s office to find out what percentage of women who undergo late-term abortions select one of those options, but had received no response by the time of publication.

https://summit.news/2019/09/11/illinois-hospital-created-comfort-room-for-aborted-babies-to-die-in/

Illinois Hospital Created ‘Comfort Room’ For Aborted Babies to Die In
11 September, 2019
Paul Joseph Watson

Jill Stanek told a hearing on the Born Alive Act in Washington, D.C. that doctors at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn perform “live birth abortions” where the baby is allowed to die during or after the abortion procedure.

The hospital provides “comfort care” for the babies for hours after the procedure by wrapping the infant in a blanket and keeping it warm until it dies. Parents of the baby are also allowed to hold it during this time.

“If staff did not have the time or desire to hold the baby, she was taken to Christ Hospital’s Comfort Room, which was complete with a First Photo machine if parents wanted professional pictures of their aborted baby, baptismal supplies, gowns and certificates, foot printing equipment and baby bracelets for mementos, and a rocking chair,” Stanek said.

She also revealed how once she witnessed a nurse deliver a live baby but then fail to clamp the severed umbilical cord, causing the baby to begin bleeding. The infant was then placed in a bag and thrown in the trash.

Stanek also related how she held a 22 week old down syndrome baby for the last 45 minutes of his life because his parents did not want to hold him.

“Toward the end, he was so quiet I could not tell if he was still alive,” Stanek said. “I held him up to the light to see through his chest wall whether his heart was still beating. After he was pronounced dead, I folded his little arms across his chest, wrapped him in a tiny shroud and carried him to the hospital morgue where all of our dead patients are taken.”

Stanek subsequently quit her job at the hospital.

https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/201...found-in-Illinois-doctors-home/8871568488435/

Remains of 2,200 aborted babies found in Illinois doctor's home
By Jerry LaMartina

The family members of a late Illinois doctor found the preserved remains of 2,246 aborted babies in his home, the local sheriff's office said.

The remains were stored at the Will County, Ill., home of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, who died Sept. 3.

Family members discovered the remains while going through his possessions and contacted the Will County Sheriff's Office. The county officials said they found no evidence any abortions were performed at Klopfer's home.

Klopfer performed abortions at the Women's Pavilion in South Bend, Ind., and other clinics.

The Medical Licensing Board of Indiana suspended his medical license in 2016 for a number of state statute violations. The Indiana attorney general's office accused Klopfer of not reporting to state officials that he performed an abortion on a 10-year-old girl whose uncle had raped her. The office said he also made more than 2,000 incomplete reports, and didn't provide required information or counseling to patients at least 18 hours before performing the abortions.

Illinois authorities were investigating why Klopfer had the unborn children's remains in his home.
 
RE: The abortion thread

Single women are most likely to have abortions. Single women are also most likely to raise felons, high school drop outs, arsonists, run aways, and behavior problem kids. Therefore, it's honestly better if she aborts the kid. Less future issues for LE, and less largesse for the government to pay out.
 

loremipsum

Kingfisher
RE: The abortion thread

Human sacrifice to Gods hasn't gone anywhere. Instead of sacrifice to a fertility or solar deity they now have made a God that people call 'climate change' that wants population control (abortions), also known as killing babies in the ancient times.
 

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
RE: The abortion thread

Eazy_E said:
Single women are most likely to have abortions. Single women are also most likely to raise felons, high school drop outs, arsonists, run aways, and behavior problem kids. Therefore, it's honestly better if she aborts the kid. Less future issues for LE, and less largesse for the government to pay out.

That is a super-ridiculous argument. For all we know, a single woman has already aborted a child prodigy who would have become a doctor who cured cancer.

Every child has the right to their life.
 

ilostabet

Pelican
RE: The abortion thread

Tail Gunner said:
Eazy_E said:
Single women are most likely to have abortions. Single women are also most likely to raise felons, high school drop outs, arsonists, run aways, and behavior problem kids. Therefore, it's honestly better if she aborts the kid. Less future issues for LE, and less largesse for the government to pay out.

That is a super-ridiculous argument. For all we know, a single woman has already aborted a child prodigy who would have become a doctor who cured cancer.

Every child has the right to their life.

I hear this argument all the time and no one in their right mind would apply the same logic to anything else.

But we don't even need to follow logic on this, just the most basic conception of morality, that even if it could be proven to prevent some future evil (which it can't), killing a baby is, at the end of the day, killing a baby.

I can't see any problem big or grave enough that killing a baby might be the solution to it.

But we are distracted by so much propaganda and surrounded by so much technical marvel that it might as well be magic, and all of it designed to detach us from our humanity, to make us forget we have a divine nature, something more than flesh - and that utility, profit, benefit, should not be the ultimate concerns of a man made in God's image.
 
RE: The abortion thread

ilostabet said:
Tail Gunner said:
Eazy_E said:
Single women are most likely to have abortions. Single women are also most likely to raise felons, high school drop outs, arsonists, run aways, and behavior problem kids. Therefore, it's honestly better if she aborts the kid. Less future issues for LE, and less largesse for the government to pay out.

That is a super-ridiculous argument. For all we know, a single woman has already aborted a child prodigy who would have become a doctor who cured cancer.

Every child has the right to their life.

I hear this argument all the time and no one in their right mind would apply the same logic to anything else.

But we don't even need to follow logic on this, just the most basic conception of morality, that even if it could be proven to prevent some future evil (which it can't), killing a baby is, at the end of the day, killing a baby.

I can't see any problem big or grave enough that killing a baby might be the solution to it.

But we are distracted by so much propaganda and surrounded by so much technical marvel that it might as well be magic, and all of it designed to detach us from our humanity, to make us forget we have a divine nature, something more than flesh - and that utility, profit, benefit, should not be the ultimate concerns of a man made in God's image.

At what juncture in time does it become "killing a baby"?

I don't see a lot of biblical guidance on the question, but I'm open to conjecture.
 
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