You are evil. Yes, this is directed toward both the doctors performing the horrific procedures and the women making the heinous, murderous decision allowing them to do so. Yeah, yeah I know. I can already hear the #SJW feminists foaming at the mouth. I can also hear all of their complicit, wimpy Christian allies demanding the need for “compassion” and understanding.
You deserve neither.
Everyone deserves forgiveness, absolutely. But your ending of a baby’s life deserves no compassion. Inhumane acts merit no human “understanding.” We all tip-toe around this. Why? Why, when the issues that modern leftists seem willing to tackle head-on are quite trivial by comparison?
See, you’re likely reading this column because to some varying degree, it’s shocking. After all, who am I to call anyone “evil”? That’s a pretty darn strong statement. What makes me so sure? What gives me the right?
Well, let me take a stab at it (pun not intended). We use the word “evil” so often, it’s lost all meaning. Take Obama’s colleagues at the poverty summit this week, who accused Conservatives of practicing “evil”. How so? By cutting funding to extracurricular activities like band and chess club. I know, I know. Individual states might actually have to pay for their own unused percussion instruments and oboes? What are we, animals?
One need only take a passing glance at Twitter to observe literally thousands of leftists calling Darren Wilson evil. Their justification? Darren Wilson shot Mike Brown… in what was ruled to be self-defense. Ah yes. There’s a special place in hell reserved for people like him.
So then why, I ask again, should it be any more shocking for me to place the moniker of “evil” squarely on the shoulders of women who “choose” to have scissors jammed into their baby’s head and ultimately see it sucked down a tube?
Listen, there was a time in this country when I believed that you abortionists truly thought you were arguing the point of “where life beings.” But as the science is increasingly revealed, I become more convinced that you know where life begins…you’d just rather have the right to kill a baby anyway.
Well-known atheist Christopher Hitchens acknowledged that abortion was the equivalent of murder. Even Richard Dawkins did so (albeit unknowingly). If you look at leftist enclaves in Europe or even Canada who find themselves further along the progressive trail, feminist-warriors have nearly always, without exception, pushed for abortion up until well into the third trimester. This is well beyond the point of scientific debate as to whether the baby is significantly developed, can feel pain, or, in some cases, even survive outside of the womb.
To abortionists, it matters not. I call that evil.
Liberal politicians always use the “Well, of course abortion is bad, but” line when addressing the issue. But they don’t believe it for a second. It’s why they champion the fact that today, 1 in 3 women have an abortion in their lifetime. They’ve created a campaign around it. I don’t know exactly why. Perhaps it makes abortionists feel less alone when dealing with their more-than-likely depression and/or psychological disorders experienced later in life. But I’m sure that this statistically observable data will be chalked up to nothing more than guilt resulting from false societal constructs of morality. Cue the social justice warrior alarm.
Yes, we live in a world where it is seen as more callous to state the observable ramifications of performing a murder… than it is to perform the act of murder. We find ourselves in a time where it is seen as more sexist to condemn the act of sex-selective abortion… than it is to perform sex-selective abortion.
I’m supposed to tip-toe around this because it’s considered offensive to not–particularly to the women reading this who may be thinking about having an abortion, or have already had one.
That’s the point where we ultimately end up. I’m not supposed to call you evil because it is offensive.
That’s not enough. To you, I say consider your “offense” merely a product of “societal construct,” as it’s certainly much more imaginary than the life you aim to take. If I offend people willing to take innocent life, good. I have plenty of friends; I could use a few enemies. That means you.
…you evil abortionists.
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