‘Viable babies were born*.  Gosnell killed them by plunging scissors into their spinal cords.  He taught his staff to do the same…. ???? ??? ????? A man is killing actual living, gurgling, bouncing babies on an industrial scale – and it barely makes the papers.’

Friday 12/15/2012: 20 children killed + 3,000 more not reported…

–  The Bottom Line  –

There can be no doubt (to any sane civilized person) that abortion will go down in history as the most atrocious mass murder in modern history.  Forget about ‘The Holocaust’, ”The Killing Fields’, and whatever other butchery recorded on the timeline of history.  There will be no close second to the country of America when it comes to the most unwarranted and inhumane mass butchering of human beings. ???? ??????   Beginning in the 20th century and by dictate of 7 lawyers, America began the slaughter of the most innocent people on earth; the unborn baby.  

In reflecting on this inhumane decision by 7 lawyers in 1973, any sane human being must realize that if killing the most innocent of all life was legal, than indeed nothing else could be illegal.
If the most sacred and most precious cornerstone of civilization did not require the protection of law,  than the very foundation of the proscribed purpose of human law was null and void along with all existing laws that it supported. –
America’s 2nd Declaration Of Independence

In light of the Sandy Hook “massacre” and all the rest of the mass shootings and the outrage by the ‘government’ scrambling to ‘protect our children’ by passing more gun control laws, the question must finally be asked, and in no uncertain terms:

‘Which is more outrageous’;  1. The random killing of young children by a psychopath for no reason or                                                                                        2. The daily butchering of 3000 unborn babies for no reason, other than for the ‘right’ of being able to fuck anyone at any time without having to bare any responsibility for it?

Think this is ‘over the top?’  Then please let me know just what other philosophical or even just a common sense reason that makes more sense and justifies the killing of over 55 million babies? (and they are babies, not some bacteria or random  tissue…)

newborn-1And one last thought for the those who belong to ‘The Cult of Baseless Reasoning’;  Don’t even try to answer with that bullcrap about ‘free choice’.   There is no such thing as free choice in America when we have to ‘goose step’ to over TWO MILLION LAWS & REGULATIONS ON THE BOOKS & ALMOST 50,000 ADDED EACH YEAR!.

I love America. She’s the greatest nation on earth. Nonetheless, as long as we continue to allow this enduring slaughter of the most innocent among us, we are no better than was Nazi Germany. Abortion on demand will be viewed by our progeny as the single greatest blight on our American heritage.

To live under Roe v. Wade is to live in shame. To live under pro-abortion leadership is to live under the Fourth Reich. ??? ??????   – Matt Barber

The Fourth Reich: Abortion Holocaust

Posted on July 8, 2012 by Matt Barber

…We’ve simply moved from the gas chambers to the abortion clinic – from Auschwitz to Planned Parenthood…the slaughter of innocents…55 million and counting..

Whereas the Nazis were responsible for the wholesale murder of more than 6 million Jews, those today who support the practice of abortion homicide are no less complicit in the systematic slaughter of 55-million-and-counting equally precious human beings post Roe v. Wade. The parallels are undeniable and the science unequivocal. Murder is murder whatever stage of development the human victim.  ….

In the years leading up to and during World War II, many Germans – who were otherwise generally good people – succumbed to Nazi propaganda and acquiesced to the horrific Jewish persecution that escalated from a slow boil to a red-hot torrent around them. In effect, they bought into exactly the same kind of dehumanizing, euphemistic semantical garbage embraced by those who today call themselves “pro-choice.”

Mind-boggling is the human capacity to rationalize genocide. …

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The Unmourned

By Mark Steyn on March 20, 2013

In 2011, I wrote about mass murder at Kermit Gosnell’s abortion “clinic”:

From the Office of the District Attorney in Philadelphia:

Viable babies were born*. Gosnell killed them by plunging scissors into their spinal cords. He taught his staff to do the same.

This is a remarkable moment in American life: A man is killing actual living, gurgling, bouncing babies on an industrial scale – and it barely makes the papers. Had he plunged his scissors into the spinal cord of a Democrat politician in Arizona, then The New York Times, ABC, CBS, NBC and everyone else would be linking it to Sarah Palin’s uncivil call for dramatic cuts in government spending. But “Doctor” Kermit Gosnell’s mound of corpses is apparently entirely unconnected to the broader culture.

And so it goes two years on, at “Doctor” Gosnell’s trial:

Medical assistant Adrienne Moton admitted Tuesday that she had cut the necks of at least 10 babies after they were delivered, as Gosnell had instructed her. Gosnell and another employee regularly “snipped” the spines “to ensure fetal demise,” she said.

Moton sobbed as she recalled taking a cellphone photograph of one baby because he was bigger than any she had seen aborted before. She measured the fetus at nearly 30 weeks, and thought he could have survived, given his size and pinkish color. Gosnell later joked that the baby was so big he could have walked to the bus stop, she said.


Notwithstanding Dr. Gosnell’s jest, and the fact that newborns delivered alive are generally regarded as “babies,” the New York Times’ only story on the case is punctilious enough to refer to Gosnell’s victims as “viable fetuses,” and its early paragraphs emphasize the defense’s wearily predictable line that this is a “racist prosecution.” Instead of my Arizona comparison, what about Sandy Hook? One solitary act of mass infanticide by a mentally-ill loner calls into question the constitutional right to guns, but a sustained conveyor belt of infanticide by an entire cadre of cold-blooded killers apparently has no implications for the constitutional right to abortion. As one commentator wondered two years ago:

Does 30 years of calling babies “blobs of tissue” have no effect on the culture?

For the answer, consider the testimony of “Nurse” Moton — and the clarification by AP writer Maryclaire Dale:

She once had to kill a baby delivered in a toilet, cutting its neck with scissors, she said. Asked if she knew that was wrong, she said, “At first I didn’t.” ….

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