August 20, 2015
One mustn’t think it was ever Planned Parenthood’s intention to abort itself right out of the abortion business. That isn’t its intention now.
That ancient oracle of silliness, Geraldo Rivera, led us into this subject last week by blurting out, in reference to the flesh of aborted babies, “What if I want it for dog food?” I doubt Geraldo was truly trying to start a new industry. But then no one can speak at all without revealing something of his inner self. Even in lies, as Hercule Poirot observed, a bit of truth comes out.
Let’s be charitable and interpret Geraldo’s saying as merely an indication of his total disregard for unborn babies. To him they are nothing. But from there he went on to something that matters very much to him.
Geraldo wants a cure for cancer, cures for all sorts of horrible diseases. Well, who doesn’t? But the difference between Geraldo and a moral being is that there is no price Geraldo wouldn’t pay to get it—including however many babies it takes to discover something useful. That, he pointed out, is how medical research gets done. Thank you, Dr. Mengele.
Libs like Geraldo have whole-heartedly bought into Planned Parenthood’s medical research spiel. Gotta break the eggs to make an omelet. Gotta abort the babies and sell the parts to make medical progress. Or, to put it another way: suppose you’re offered a million dollars, free and clear; but as soon as you cash the check, someone in China, someone whom you don’t know and never heard of, will be shot in the head. He dies so you can have your million dollars. How long would you hesitate before you grabbed the money?
So this is the moral cover for Planned Parenthood, the big fig leaf. This medical research mantra allows them to head straight for what they really want—
More customers for Planned Parenthood.
They don’t want a future that features no unwanted pregnancies, and no half a billion dollars a year goody-bag from Congress, any more than Al Sharpton wants a future offering peace and racial harmony. They’d both be out of business if those good things happened.
The future desired by Planned Parenthood is one of children being ushered into a Kama Sutra lifestyle from the moment they step into kindergarten. What, you don’t believe it? Why, then, do you suppose Planned Parenthood hands out “edible condoms” or “condom lollipops” to kids in public schools?
Planned Parenthood is in the sex education business, big-time, and is one of the leading providers of “sex education” nationwide. The purpose of sex education is to provide future customers for Planned Parenthood, for the manufacturers of pornography and sex toys, to tear down the family, and to estrange the people from their God. I doubt they mean to ease up until every American over the age of four has at least one STD (sexually transmitted disease, for those majoring in Liberation Studies).
Oh, and there’s one more little aspect of the Planned Parenthood agenda that it might be good for America to know about—the use of abortion and birth control as tools to eliminate the Black race. Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, referred to this fondly as “The Negro Project.” You don’t believe that, either? You think it’s only a coincidence that Planned Parenthood’s abortion clinics, year after year, kill African-American babies in numbers out of all proportion to their percentage of the population? As one of the pioneers of eugenics, Sanger believed that “Negroes” constituted an “inferior race” that would have to be weeded out of the human gene pool.
Go ahead—don’t believe any of this. It’s all facts, all is easily proved true. Maybe you think Americans’ tax dollars ought to be used to turn children into sex fiends and to weed out Negroes. But it’s so much easier just to deny it all, and focus your attention on the “medical research” aspect of the game.
Nevertheless, it is all true. All fact. It may be that Americans don’t want to read about abortion, don’t want to think about it. Maybe it’s an easy thing to hide from.
But it is not hidden from Almighty God, nor forgotten by Him. These babies slaughtered in the womb have a righteous and all-powerful avenger. No, He will not forget.
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Lee Duigon, a contributing editor with the Chalcedon Foundation, is a former newspaper reporter and editor, small businessman, teacher, and horror novelist. He has been married to his wife, Patricia, for 34 years. See his new fantasy/adventure novels, Bell Mountain and The Cellar Beneath the Cellar, available on www.amazon.com
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