Thursday, August 29, 2013

God "Thanked" for Abortion Laws, Abortion Doctors, etc.

Quick brief:
Unlike the main post for today, we actually do have something for which we can thank God. Obama may well wind up being thwarted in his efforts to gang up on the Syrian government. The reason? Well, he does not seem to have much of a gang in the first place:

"British lawmakers on Thursday voted against military intervention in Syria, in a major setback for both British Prime Minister David Cameron and the Obama administration in their push to punish the Assad regime for an alleged chemical weapons strike....." 

The vote was quite close, but the point was made.

Warships from the Russian Navy have also been dispatched to the Mediterranean, and their presence may well be sufficient to persuade Obama to drop the whole idea. 

Am I the only one who sees the irony here? A formerly atheistic nation that supports the Russian Orthodox Church and has refused to be cowed by the radical gay agenda is sending armed vessels to, despite the official claims of the Russian government,  let what is becoming the world's most thoroughly Godless nation in the world know that it can't do what it wants. (See yesterday's post on the probability that it was the rebels who committed  the nerve gas attack) Maybe the Christians of Syria will be saved if Obama backs down.

Main post:

Again we are reminded that the "Orwellian twilight of the West" (See Below) is not only fast approaching but is also becoming ingrained into our way of life.

".....A video going around conservative blogs today shows gubernatorial candidates joining pro-choice advocates in a curious invocation at the state capitol on Wednesday. The Iowa Republican has more about the controversial event:

Iowa Democrat gubernatorial candidates Jack Hatch and Tyler Olson joined 50 pro-abortion activists in an extended prayer for abortion rights during a rally at the State Capitol on Wednesday. The noon event was meant to fire-up liberals prior to an afternoon hearing across the street conducted by the Iowa Board of Medicine regarding tele-med abortions.

They made the unusual decision, for Democrats, to begin the event with a prayer. This was likely in response to a prayer vigil being conducted by pro-life activists at the same time nearby.

Des Moines activist Midge Slater took the podium and spent five and a half minutes thanking God for abortion rights, abortion doctors and taxpayer funding for abortions. She also referred to the decision to have an abortion as “a blessing”.

.......Praising “the blessing of choice,” she went on to thank God for abortion doctors and to appeal that the Lord ensure elected officials continue to afford women the right to terminate.

“We give thanks, oh Lord, for the doctors, both current and future, who provide quality abortion care…,” Slater said. “We pray for our elected officials, that they will always support a woman’s right to make her own medical decisions.”......."

Referring to women who, do to being informed by another that Life is sacred and that a loving God does not condone the slaughter of innocents, may have had second thoughts about taking the easy way out:

....."“We pray for women who have been made afraid of their own power by their materialistic religion. May they learn to reject fear and live bravely,” she added.

Yes, of course. The courageous move is to take the easy way out and have an abortion. It certainly couldn't be the decision to have the baby. Could there exist a more clear example of NewSpeak and Doublethink? One should also note the blatant projection in the use of the word 'materialist". The widespread acceptance of living one's life while making no effort to contribute to population growth, as well as the motivation behind many abortionist in the West, is the desire to spend one's wealth on - and have more free time for, his or herself. How many people wind up creating a pregnancy and then react to it by being upset that they may not be able to go to college full time and get that big job? Ergo, abortions  are often the prime example of materialistic attitudes in our society. Ms. Slater in keenly aware of this fact, so she projects the blame onto they who accept that people are sometimes faced with responsibilities that may result in having a lower standard of living.

As this point, God is a verboten subject in our society unless He is invoked for, or said to support, wrongful acts.

"Obama Blesses Planned Parenthood and Their Work

In the Orwellian twilight of the West-

That quote, taken from Colin McEvedy and first applied to today in this post*, was originally used to describe the societal conditions of the last decades of the Western Roman Empire. When we consider the utter deluge of word-play, making the bad good and vice-versa, to which we are continually subjected, I find that it is more applicable now more than ever.


After praising the staff and actions of Planned Parenthood last month, Obama added a finishing touch that outdid anything that George Orwell could have imagined:

"According to the transcript, Obama concluded his speech by thanking the organization and by invoking God: “Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you. God bless America. Thank you."

I guess that the first and main point that should be made is that Obama was not blessing PP and their staff of bloody henchmen in the Christian sense. His conclusion gave no hint of a Christ-like compassion followed by a directive of  "Go and sin no more". No, he was invoking the blessings of the Creator and Father for their actions that make PP what it is - a taxpayer-driven machine of slaughter and degradation of women, young and old alike and an organization that encourages men to use women without consequence.

In magic, the being which is being invoked is supposed to be bound to act by the words of the speaker. This differs considerably from Christian thought, which holds that,  in the words of consecration for example, it is God himself who is not only doing the work of changing the substance of the offerings but is also the cause of the Priest's words and actions. Catholic teaching is clear on this - even the most mundane good act is a direct  result of God's grace; it is not the work of man. 

I suspect that Obama somehow decided that, in calling God's blessings on those who commit these crimes and the gruesome products of the same, his act would compel the Creator to bless those who labor to destroy his very acts of creation. 

The pastors that remarked on Obama's statement were quite correct in referring to it as blasphemy. 

Yet again we see 1984's Newspeak and Doublethink applied to confuse speech and thought. Acts that defy God and undo his work are not only good, they are also to be sanctioned and blessed by the same undermined Being - at the bidding of a man who inexplicably has more than on place of birth. The people are treated as if they cannot comprehend the difference between right and wrong, and some revel in their self-imposed deception.

One thing is certain - Obama has no fear whatsoever of He who made him.

I can only reassert my position that we have no option but to effect a divorce of our already-irreconcilably split society. By fighting abortion, euthanasia, radical atheists suing against a cross in a park, enslavement by welfare of many, purposefully-imposed illiteracy in our schools**(At bottom), the attacks on our historical legacy in the same, legislative play-acting for fake marriages, and every other piece of destruction, we are barely putting out flare-ups while a conflagration grips our nation.We have to do what we can to save a remnant of our society that was also given to us by God. See posts below:

To paraphrase the ten northern tribes of Israel - "What share have we in the House of The United States of today? To your still-salvageable states, Oh America!"

On forced illiteracy-

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