As the fight to end abortion heats up across the nation, a surprising fundamental truth has crystalized among far-left feminists—they are part of a cult of death. Despite their chosen abortion euphemisms of “reproductive rights,” “reproductive freedom,” “women’s health” and “sexual health,” they have a blood thirst for killing the unborn. There is no other explanation because women already have access to birth control, which makes their argument to abort babies at any stage of development inside the womb a very weak one indeed. No, what these progressive feminists are fighting for isn’t “women’s health” or “sexual rights,” but the legalized sanctioning to inflict death on an innocent person in the womb.
Feminists can have sex with as many partners as they choose, but they must let go of the expectation that society will condone murder in the womb because of their poor decisions or lack of responsibility. Choosing to have a sexual encounter with an unsuitable mate, having sex outside the bounds of marriage or a committed relationship or simply choosing to indulge in sex without protection because you are too irresponsible to use birth control is not grounds for state-sanctioned death. But someone should tell outspoken feminist Alyssa Milano, who told CNN:
Milano continued her excuse Olympics by saying, “But there are circumstances that we cannot avoid. There’s mother’s health, there’s just not being ready, you know, and what that means financially and for someone’s destiny. This is an economic issue. Just because there are women who don’t believe abortion, don’t take away someone else’s right.”
What feminists like Milano also gloss over is the deplorable state of unhappiness of American women who do indulge in a sexually promiscuous lifestyle and who, in her own words, are “not ready.” Frequent sexual encounters with virtual strangers do not fulfill most women and have irreversible consequences, which I wrote about in an article titled, Risky Sex Has Consequences. By engaging in the same game as men who may aim only for sexual conquest, most women are left both economically and emotionally damaged, not fulfilled. And what is left unsaid is that feminists cannot stand that they are biologically different from males and, therefore, must wrestle with the consequences of an unwanted pregnancy.
Since the 1960s, feminists have pushed the idea that women are exactly like men and encouraged them to forsake marriage and motherhood for a career in the corporate world during their most reproductive years. They promote the lie that they will find happiness and purpose in career and multiple relationships. Even the liberal Guardian was forced to admit that these socio-economic gains has not made women more happier: “As women gain political, economic and social freedoms, one would expect that they should feel even more contented relative to men. But this isn’t so.”
As to the fake term “women’s health,” abortion proponents recently passed legislation to have abortions performed by non-doctors in Virginia, where a federal judge in Richmond ruled against state medical regulations requiring first-trimester abortions be performed only by physicians. U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson wrote, “After a careful review of the experts’ opinions from both sides, a consensus appears to have evolved that first trimester abortions, which typically require only medication, do not require the onsite presence of a licensed physician and is consequently unduly burdensome.”
This ruling coming from the same state whose own Governor Ralph Northam advocates for ending the life of a baby born alive in a failed abortion attempt, saying, “If a mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother.” None of which has anything to do with a woman’s health, of course. Obviously, in Northam’s scenario, the woman successfully delivered a healthy baby, yet the mother and doctor will decide if it lives.
But Governor Northam’s sanitized version of abortion is far from reality. Undercover videos by David Daleiden, founder of the Center for Medical Progress, who released more than a dozen videos in 2015 and sparked a backlash against Planned Parenthood, showed its executives and others negotiating for higher prices for aborted body parts. The videos also exposed Planned Parenthood performing third-trimester abortions, including one of an eight-month pregnant woman who had no health complications or health issues with the unborn child.
Abortion proponents have long substituted the term “fetus” to mean “baby” in order to dehumanize infants. The argument feminists brandish about is that they have the right to do what they want to their own body, however, science has proven that a baby in the womb is a separate, individual person than that of the mother. Babies often have a different blood type, their own unique DNA and fingerprints and are often a completely different sex of the mother. In most states, if a murder is committed against a pregnant women, the perpetrator is charged with two murders, not one, with the state recognizing the life of the unborn child.
Planned Parenthood Southeast Advocates, the Alabama chapter of the ACLU, and Emerge Alabama, a group that promotes women Democrat leaders, are joining several other organizations this Sunday in Montgomery, Alabama to march for “reproductive freedom” after Governor Kay Ivey signed into law a measure that would outlaw abortion if a heartbeat can be detected, usually at about six weeks. They are fighting for the indefensible, the violent taking of a child inside the womb.
What isn’t at stake is a woman’s “reproductive freedom.” Women can choose to reproduce or not, but making that decision after a pregnancy occurs no longer makes it a woman’s choice alone but involves the life of another sovereign individual. Progressives are infamous for hijacking language and twisting truths into lies.
According to a nationwide Marist poll earlier in the year, three out of four Americans support significant abortion restrictions and say that abortion should not be legal after a woman is three months pregnant. Across party lines, 56 percent of Americans view the human fetus as a “unique life” rather than as a part of the woman’s body, according to the poll. Fifty-five percent of Americans think doctors, nurses and organizations with moral objections to abortion should not be required to perform abortions or provide insurance coverage for abortions, according to the poll.
Finally, feminist are endorsing a practice started by Margaret Sanger, who believed in genocide of minority communities, particularly blacks. Nudist and model Emily Ratajkowski actually perpetuated a genocide ideal, comparing black prison populations with the need for black abortions. In her statement, Ratajkowski said, “This week, 25 old white men voted to ban abortion in Alabama even in cases of incest and rape. These men in power are imposing their wills onto the bodies of women in order to uphold the patriarchy and perpetuate the industrial prison complex by presenting women of low income opportunity the right to chose not to reproduce. The states trying to ban abortions have the highest proportions of black women living there.This is about class and race and is a direct attack on the fundamental human rights women in the US deserve and are protected by under Roe v Wade. Our bodies, out choice.”
Reporter John Nolte, in a Breitbart article about Ratajkowski’s statement, said: “Emily Ratajkowski’s argument, her rationale is no different from what we have heard throughout the darkest parts of human history from the KKK, Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger’s hideous sentiments about black Americans, or from the Nazis about any non-Aryan race.”
The left has long promoted abortion to destroy black communities, with Sanger saying she hoped to exterminate blacks like weeds. What I find most amusing is the faux care these Hollywood feminists have about the black South, an area of the country that is ridiculed for its religious beliefs and its poor and undereducated population. Ratajkowski is right about one thing, however. Abortion is a class issue, with elitists such as herself so far removed from white working class and poor black communities as to be laughable. It is also her ilk that is promoting the false narrative of white privilege. You can read about both of these issues in White Privilege Theory is Fueling a Tsunami of White Backlash and Race Fatigue.
Activist Candice Owens, tirelessly works to open the eyes of black Democrats and free them from the abuse of the Democratic Party and expose their true motives, which I wrote about in my article, Blacks Are Escaping the Democratic Plantation. In response to the feminists and progressives hysteria over Alabama’s new heartbeat law, Owens once again fact-tweeted the left:
We must reject the poorly thought out arguments of feminists who shill for abortion and be prepared to counter their vapid ideology with facts. The hysteria is barely skin deep, but the establishment and those who profit from abortion are well funded. The dream of overturning Roe v. Wade seems illusive, but stranger things have happened, such as the election of Donald J. Trump as our President.
Finally, I’ll just leave you with this: “Even the darkness is not dark to You, but the night shines like the day, for darkness is as light to You. For You formed my inmost being; You knit me together in my mother’s womb. I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Marvelous are Your works, and I know this very well.” (Psalms 139) #Reignwell