Moloch Lives

This is vile:

An anti-abortion group on Tuesday released an undercover video of an executive at Planned Parenthood sipping red wine while discussing in graphic detail how to abort a fetus to preserve its organs for medical research — and also the costs associated with sharing that tissue with scientists.

The video, filmed by a group called the Center for Medical Progress, threatens to reignite a long-standing debate over the use of fetal tissue harvested through abortions, and could add fuel to efforts seeking to ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy…

Planned Parenthood is claiming that this is all done with permission from the victims and that they don’t profit off it. But, all that is just bull. If someone gives you money for something, you certainly aren’t losing money from the deal…and as the video shows the PP doctor going into detail about how careful they are to kill in a manner which preserves body parts, it is highly unlikely there is no profit involved (you simply wouldn’t work that hard at a thing unless there’s a payday at the end of it). Do keep in mind that the PP doctor was having a nice meal while discussing the horrific practice…new idea for a movie: Breakfast at Mengele’s.

This should cause an immediate end to any government funding of Planned Parenthood, but I also urge people not to get too hung up just on that organization. They are not instigators of the modern barbarism but just an effect of it. And just you wait – with assisted suicide rolling down the line, we’ll be harvesting organs from the elderly, ill and depressed in short order. This is what comes of a society which does not hold to the sanctity of human life. If you wonder why our free speech and freedom of religion is under attack, look no further than the attitude which allows elective abortion and assisted suicide. If human life is contingent upon the convenience of others, then it is nothing to destroy their freedom of speech and conscience.

Abortion was, is and always will be the most important issue – if we can’t protect the lives of children, then we can’t protect anyone’s life. If the life of a child is worthless, then all our lives are worthless. This is why the conservative movement must never, ever give up on the life issue. It is the key to all things – if we can’t defend life, then we are defending nothing at all.

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15 thoughts on “Moloch Lives

  1. Amazona July 14, 2015 / 11:01 pm

    Yes, abortion IS the important issue regarding the salvation of a culture of decency. It is not, however, an issue that belongs in the national arena, as it is not enumerated in the Constitution and is therefore up to the states, or the people.

    What the Libs refuse to admit is that abortion is big business. While lip service is being paid to the fallacy that it empowers women, blah blah blah, the real reason many fight for it is because it is a billion-dollar-plus INDUSTRY. It’s about killing human beings for money, always has been, and it is no surprise that it stoops to then selling off their body parts. The same losers who squeal about “The One Percent” squeal even louder about protecting this Industry of Death.

    And this is another reason I have contempt for the Susan B. Komen cult. It pumps millions of dollars into PP, under the guise of fighting breast cancer/promoting women’s health

    • M. Noonan July 14, 2015 / 11:08 pm

      What really makes it grotesque is talking about it over a meal…what kind of people are these? I know – and that is why I titled it, “Moloch Lives”.

      …In a previous chapter I have hinted at something of the psychology that lies behind a certain type of religion. There was a tendency in those hungry for practical results, apart from poetical results, to call upon spirits of terror and compulsion; to move Acheron in despair of bending the gods. There is always a sort of dim idea that these darker powers will really do things, with no nonsense about it. In the interior psychology of the Punic peoples this strange sort of pessimistic practicality had grown to great proportions. In the New Town which the Romans called Carthage, as in the parent cities of Phoenicia, the god who got things done bore the name Moloch, who was perhaps identical with the other deity whom we know as Baal, the Lord. The Romans did not at first quite know what to call him or what to make of him; they had to go back to the grossest myth of Greek or Roman Origins and compare him to Saturn devouring his children. But the worshippers of Moloch were not gross or primitive. They were members of a mature and polished civilization abounding in refinements and luxuries; they were probably far more civilized than the Romans. And Moloch was not a myth; or at any rate his meal was not a myth. These highly civilized people really met together to invoke the blessing of heaven on their empire by throwing hundreds of their infants into a large furnace. We can only realize the combination by imagining a number of Manchester merchants with chimneypot hats and mutton-chop whiskers, going to church every Sunday at eleven o’clock to see a baby roasted alive….

      These are the sort of people who want to get things done, indeed – and from what I’ve read on the kook left, they are cooking up a nasty stew where killing a child will be seen as a twisted sort of sacrament…a sacrifice to Gaia, a pledge for a better future.

    • bardolf2 July 16, 2015 / 12:49 am

      By your logic also slavery was an issue that belonged to the states and shouldn’t be in the national arena. What about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness mentioned in the Declaration of Independence?

      Moreover, given the federal funding of PP, can’t one at least expect the GOP to work as hard at defunding it as it did to support Hobby Lobby?

      • Amazona July 16, 2015 / 1:34 pm

        Perhaps if we would find the backbone to identify abortion correctly, as a form of slavery in that one human life is OWNED by another, in that a human being is considered property to be disposed of at will, it would become a national or federal issue.

        Perhaps if we would find a moral compass strong enough to get us to pass an amendment to the Constitution making the taking of any human life at any stage of development equal under the law, as a crime, it would become a national or federal issue.

        But I think that for now it is up to the states to decide. That is, until five unelected people step in to override the will of the people, AGAIN, and dismiss parts of the Constitution, AGAIN.

        As for the lack of will to defund PP, this comes back to the success of the Left in its dumbification of America and its shift of political discourse from actual politics to mere issues. As long as national politics are so heavily influenced by the positions of candidates and elected Congress members on an issue that can then be reframed as being “for”or “against” WOMENNNNN!!! there is a very small chance that PP will be unfunded. Though perhaps the grisly spectacle of babies being butchered for their parts will help, and/or the fact that the feds are funding an organization that is violating the law.

      • Cluster July 16, 2015 / 5:13 pm

        I like the slavery approach but I think the only way we can keep Democrats away from their natural instinct to kill the unborn is too register all fetuses as Democrats. If we know one thing for sure – they protect those who put them in power.

  2. Cluster July 15, 2015 / 7:59 am

    We all have to start working from the premise that there is not one honest bone in any progressive. They will lie, and do lie, at will with no shame whatsoever. The 1% mantra is simply a faux concern designed to divide people and incite hatred. The abortion industry is all about the money and political influence and that delights them. As does the massive amounts of money coming from George Soros and Tom Steyer, and of course Hillary & Bill have become part of the 1% by very suspicious means yet there is not one bit of concern amongst progressives how that wealth was acquired.

    Bottom line is that progressives are not decent people. From Obama on down to the casual blogger, progressives need to be treated with suspicion and contempt, and of course they are never to be trusted. They have shown us their true colors.

  3. Cluster July 15, 2015 / 8:30 am

    And this is equally as vile:

    “Has the administration reached out to the Steinle family, to your knowledge?” Rep. Steve Chabot asked Johnson.

    “To who?” Johnson replied.

    “To the family of the woman who brutally murdered by this individual who had committed seven different felonies in four different states and to my understanding had been deported, kept coming back, has the administration reached out to that family?” Chabot asked again.

    “I’m sorry, I don’t know the answer to that question sir,” Johnson said

    The administration sure knew who Trayvon Martin was, or who Michael Brown and Freddie Gray were. Jeh Johnson is a good example of the progressive left. It is obvious he harbors much contempt and disdain for those who even question is elitist intentions and he shows little interest in honestly answering for his actions. We should never treat a progressive like Johnson as a civil human being. He is pond scum who deserves nothing but scorn and derision.

    • Amazona July 15, 2015 / 9:30 am

      I’m still waiting for a San Fran paper to comment on the fact that white people have NOT been rioting in the streets, creating the Knockdown Game against blacks, etc.

      Don’t White Lives Matter?

      • Cluster July 15, 2015 / 10:39 am

        Not as a general rule. 🙂

    • M. Noonan July 15, 2015 / 12:03 pm

      Here’s the thing – Steinle had White Privilege and therefore her death, while tragic, is unimportant in the grand scheme of things…the reason she was killed was not because of a failure of government to enforce our laws, but because straight, white Christians have deliberately and with malice aforethought created an unjust society which compelled the illegal immigrant to do all he did. This is how our Progressives view the world – and it is why Travon Martin and Michael Brown will remain iconic on the left for all time…the facts don’t matter. Even if proved that these were not specific racist killings of black people, it is still the unjust and racist system set up – once again, deliberately and with malice aforethought – on the part of straight, white Christians which killed those two black men.

      Our Progressives live in a closed-minded world – they can’t see out of it.

      • Cluster July 15, 2015 / 12:49 pm

        Brilliant analysis. Question – where do I sign up for white privileges?

  4. Retired Spook July 15, 2015 / 2:57 pm

    Rush’s last caller today nailed it when she referred to Planned Parenthood as a human chop shop.

    • M. Noonan July 15, 2015 / 11:59 pm

      It is an inhuman trade – eventually, they will cook up some sort of religious-like ceremony for abortions…

    • M. Noonan July 17, 2015 / 1:17 am

      Ace’s tweet of the day:

      the Church of the Left pretty much sacralizes every stupid f***ing notion they have.

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