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Friday, September 11, 2009
"In the eight years since 911, about 10.4 million Americans have lost their lives through the atrocity of abortion. This was about 1.3 million a year -- over 3,000 a day. Those who perpetrated 911 killed 3,000 in one day, and they perished at the same time. But the ghouls in charge of our judicial system, and the one we elected to appoint new justices to the top of that system, preside over 3,000 deaths a day, every day, non-stop. Just since 911, we have conducted over three thousand 911s ourselves. And just like the terrorists, we have a cloak of self-justification. The only difference is that we need a much bigger cloak.

But keep the distinction between horizontal and vertical in mind. Agreeing that Yahweh had a judgment to bring against Israel, one that He justly brought by means of the wicked Assyrians, is not the same as saying that the Assyrians had the right to do what they did. We are a stiff-necked people, and it is only through the mercy of God that we are not consumed." - Doug Wilson


Chris A said...

Obviously abortion is an atrocity, and one that our country needs to repent of. This kind of thing invites a curse on a nation. Unfortunately, the so-called political opposition to abortion has initiated such a weak strategy against it, that absent a miracle, it will never accomplish anything towards abolishing this practice.

And at the risk of sounding like a broken record, it would be wise for people to wake up to the fact that, as satanic as abortion is, it is only a part of the greater eugenics apparatus of which elements within the U.S. government have been intimately engaged for years. The evidence is extensive, but let me point out one detail that I am confident most anti-abortion people have no clue about.

In 1974 the National Security Council under the leadership of Henry Kissinger wrote National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests (NSSM200). This is basically a eugenics white paper citing recommendations for curbing world population under the guise of "security". Speaking of abortion, NSSM200 says the following (and much more I will not take the time to cut and paste):

"No country has reduced its population growth without resorting to abortion...More precise data indicate about 7 percent of the world's population live in countries where abortion is prohibited without exception and 12 percent in countries where abortion is permitted only to save the life of the pregnant woman. About 15 percent live under statutes authorizing abortion on broader medical grounds, that is, to avert a threat to the woman's health, rather than to her life, and sometimes on eugenic and/or juridical grounds..."

That may sound rather harmless and clinical to some, but understand this analysis was done to the end that measures would be put into place to use abortion in the U.S., as well as in other countries, as one means of population reduction - negative eugenics in other words.

President Gerald Ford, yes the Republican president Gerald Ford, adopted NSSM200 as official government policy. This was all classified until the 90's.

Chris A said...

Well, I have to add this, because this will help folks understand the role of groups like Planned Parenthood, which was started as a eugenics organization in the first place. Here is another excerpt from NSSM200:

IV. B. Development of Low-cost Delivery Systems

Exclusive of China, only 10-15% of LDC populations are currently effectively reached by family planning activities. If efforts to reduce rapid population growth are to be successful it is essential that the neglected 85-90% of LDC populations have access to convenient, reliable family planning services. Moreover, these people -- largely in rural but also in urban areas -- not only tend to have the highest fertility, they simultaneously suffer the poorest health, the worst nutritional levels, and the highest infant mortality rates.

Family planning services in LDCs are currently provided by the following means:

1. Government-run clinics or centers which offer family planning services alone;

2. Government-run clinics or centers which offer family planning as part of a broader based health service;

3. Government-run programs that emphasize door to door contact by family planning workers who deliver contraceptives to those desiring them and/or make referrals to clinics;

4. Clinics or centers run by private organizations (e.g., family planning associations);

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