I am not sure who invented the medical procedure known today as the abortion. I am sure that whoever sells it is a merchant of death, profiting from the taking of or halting the beginning of a new life.
I am also not sure who invented the horrific asylum known as the convalescent home. But I am sure that whomever sells it’s services is profiting from the unnecessary and prolonged misery and suffering of the most vulnerable and helpless in our society.
These are heavy concepts. I would even be so bold as to say they are evil, for whatever that means. But to understand how they correlate to each other is an even more sinister and heavy perception. This strangely silent requiem of forced premature death juxtaposed with compulsory forced misery and life is what I would like to discuss here.
It is a staggering contradiction. We unnaturally prolong the lives of the elderly, the overly mature, the sickest of adults, and even our ill-stricken children to the point of causing misery and suffering to the person in question as well as the friends and family around them, both emotionally and financially. It is an industry built on our obligatorily learned group acceptance of this notion of extended suffering and unnaturally prolonged life. At the same time, a whole industry has been embraced as acceptable and even necessary, which creates just as much pain and suffering. We suck out, chemically exterminate, or surgically remove healthy young fetus’ as if they were a tumor, all in the name of birth control and convenience. Thus we are now unnaturally ending a life before it ever gets the chance to experience what life is even about, while prolonging the unnatural lifespan of those whose lives should be naturally ending.
I’ve tried to wrap my head around this social order of things, but cannot. Is it greed? Is it profit? Is it population control? Is it a general lack of reason, logic or education? Has the natural responsibility to nurture and care for our loved ones, our parents, and even our unborn children been completely lost on our generation?
Greed… Do I want to live forever? Frankly no, I do not. Do I want my mother and father to live forever? I love them, but no. Old age and death is nature’s way of instituting that old saying… ‘Out with the old and in with the new.’ All things that have a beginning must as well have an end. It is the natural order of all life. Life is only possible through birth. Adaptation, or changing with the times is not evolution, just change. God (or nature) is everything, yet everything dies and a new version is born again. So why do we tamper with nature’s (or God’s) plan? Well, greed or selfishness is the first thing that comes to mind. Be it siblings who keep their parents alive even when they are permanently unconscious or comatose, in severe and unending pain and misery, or even against their will… greed or selfishness must be the root cause. Not wanting someone to die is an understandably selfish, extremely emotional response. However, knowing someone must die when their natural time has come is an intellectually advanced, intuitional and empathetically loving comprehension. Yet for most modern people, the unloving emotion is the more powerful of the two competing energies. The fact is that the ‘care’ industry exploits us all to make huge profits from prolonging life unnaturally. And the Medicare and Medicaid insurance structures are simply government funded pyramid schemes, which allow this industry to thrive by encouraging this sickening but profitable commerce to take place: prolonged misery for profit. The same can be said about the industry that promotes and conducts abortion as birth control, a similar yet opposite phenomenon. While we have an entire industry based on prolonging life unnaturally, so too do we have an equally appalling medical field based solely on prematurely ending it, with funding and donations coming from so-called “philanthropic organizations” and “environmental groups” whose real hidden agenda is depopulation and eugenics (See: Gates Foundation, Warren Buffet, Ted Turner, multiple United Nations funds, Rockefellers, Rothschilds, The Ford Foundation, etc… all of whom donate to and support this cause). The idea of keeping someone alive in a permanent state of coma with no hope of recovery compiled with the financial burden that this creates, while at the same time understanding that new lives are being ended before they ever even begin – for many reasons (not the least of which is financial) – is a mind-numbing, sickening, paradoxical perception I just cannot comprehend. That is unless I attach greed and profit to the equation. A lack of compassion and empathy combined with the money made by forced misery and the slaughter of innocents has turned the medical industry into what can only be translated as a death cult.
Reason and logic… Is it reasonable to give up your newborn baby because you know you cannot take care of it? Yes, I believe adoption is a perfectly viable solution for this situation. Is it reasonable to be irresponsible with your sexual behavior, get pregnant, and then terminate that pregnancy through abortion as a form of birth control? For me, the answer is wholeheartedly no. Though I will always hold a banner that says I am pro-choice, this does not mean I am for abortion… as if vacuuming up a baby is something any sane person could be for. I am for many things: Constitutional rights, freedom of speech, owning a gun, and even the right to religious freedom – though organized religion is currently and historically the epitome of idiocracy, irresponsibility, intolerance, massacre, mass manipulation and control. In the case of abortion though, religion does seem to have it right, misguided and violent as the pro-life movement is. Pro-life would make abortion illegal, taking away the right to choose instead of accomplishing this end through education and peace. Pro-choice simply means the state of letting you make up your own mind, regardless of what myself or the majority of people may think. Abortion is your personal choice: a woman’s choice. This is a right that must (unfortunately) be protected: for the precedent of stripping anyone’s right to choice or self-determination will ultimately have nothing but the worst kind of consequences for the precious rights we still cling to as a sovereign people. And never believe that a darkly veiled campaign to systematically strip Americans of their constitutional rights is not taking place at the highest levels in this country (just read the Patriot Acts and United Nations documents on world government and the destruction of country and state sovereignty).
I would suggest here that it is not reasonable or logical to keep one person alive in misery or against their will, while simultaneously keeping another person from being born and experiencing this beautiful life. And to put so many resources towards prolonging life and misery at the expense of younger generations, who as a consequence receive lower wages than their fathers did, and who cannot even receive or afford health care or medical insurance, is ludicrous, unreasonable, and completely illogical – unless again we place profit into the equation.
Education… So too is an individuals level of education a choice, and what one does with and how one acts upon information is again their personal choice. As a former student in all grades, college, and trade schools… may I just say that the education system in this country particularly sucks! It has been intentionally dumbed down over many years in order to perpetuate the lack of common sense, logic, critical thinking, financial wisdom, civics, government, history and general knowledge… and replaced with multiple choice, non-deductible reasoning, one-choice only answers, and what amounts to work labor and paper-pusher training camps for the masses. It officially ranks below some third world countries. At some point recently, the undereducated (or re-educated) became the parents, and then the grandparents and great-grandparents, until eventually the maternal instincts and knowledge passed down for hundreds of generations has been wiped out of the equation with the defamation and death of pre-industrial generations. Thus it stands to reason that parents can no longer teach their children what the school system fails to ingrain, as they themselves were never ethically taught by their parents or through school. In fact if one looks below the surface, it is quite obvious that the purposeful severing of family influence over children in favor of state and public school “curriculum” and re-education has taken place. Going full circle, it also only stands to reason that teen and unwed pregnancy, with abortion as the socially acceptable solution, is way out of control and has become for the most part, normal conditions in trying times. What is the new tool for education? Television. Movies. Magazines. Video games. In these, women are portrayed as stronger and smarter than men. Men have been, for lack of a better term, ‘pussified’ and feminized. Cultural differences and racial antagonism are forced upon us. White people are constantly knocked down and inversely discriminated by all other races, and any white cultural significance has been purposely assimilated into all others or made trivial. “White men can’t jump”… Really? The crutch of slavery and the guilt of our white ancestors in its propagation are thrust into our psyches, even though it was whites that ran the Underground Railroad and fought with their lives for the abolition of slavery. The false portrayal of the Holocaust is continuously forced upon us, accusing all who question the impossible facts of it as anti-Semitic. Men are portrayed as buffoons who cannot get along without or relate to their female counterparts. White rappers: this does not compute! Nonsensical cultural nomenclature has replaced empirical data and historical fact. The scientific method has been usurped by Science Fiction; the encyclopedia trumped by Wikipedia. And Wikipedia – imagine, a resource written by dumbed down people for the rest of the dumbed down people, and then used as a source for factual information; information by which anyone can vote on the validity of its claim or change its very definitions to suit popular opinion. I call it popularized history and idolized fact. The advent and acceptance of this ridiculous website only serves to prove how logic, deduction, reason, and truth have been taken out of the educational equation. So… I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that, through the hypnotism of the mass media and the new lack of traditional family support, abortion and the unnatural prolonging of life seem perfectly natural and acceptable to the average American educated in such a system of non-deductive learning. What ever happened to the shotgun wedding? Even the sacred burial ritual has been sideswiped by the sickening and eerily lucrative funeral home, open casket, cremation, and burial plot businesses.
“Hey bob, what ya gonna do with that land you bought over there?”
“Well… I thought I’d divide it up into little rectangles and sell it to future dead people, and then alter the laws to force people to bury their dead there.”
What we are facing here is a reversal of logic, and no one seems to want to talk about such uncomfortable, socially accepted things. Political correctness is as well a plague on this earth as is unchecked belief and faith, perpetrated by the media and accepted by the timid. We must not let its supporters interject against the necessity of the discussion of such things. Truth is not good or bad, it is just truth. What we do with that truth is ultimately what matters and defines us as individuals.
Birth control and death control are indeed out of balance. I believe the term birth control should no longer be used to describe abortion. At the same time, perhaps this new term: Death control should be debated, considered, and the two subjects compared with one another, side by side… if for no other reason than to ensure that extremes like forced abortion or forced euthanasia never grabs a foothold in this country like it has in others. Thanks to the Obama administration, the United Nations, a media blackout, and the lack of effort and empathy from the people of the United States – who either don’t know that their current president helped pass forced abortion in Africa through the United Nations, or just don’t care – the very real threat of this type of tyranny, like China’s one child policies and Africa’s forced abortion is nipping at the cusps of our society through United Nations sanctions. If you believe this can never happen here, you must have your head in the sand. If you don’t believe that what happens in other parts of the world is a direct result of what is decided by the elite in this country and in other wealthy nations through the United Nations, then the sand is waist deep.
No my friends, I am not suggesting we start killing old and sick people, nor am I suggesting we make abortion illegal. This is what you’ve been trained to revert to as a defense instead of thinking for yourself. It is not that cut and dry and life is just not that simple. I would however suggest that the belief in voluntary suicide by those in abject misery is bad or somehow wrong is ridiculous, and is just as selfish and controlling as forced life. Choice is the ultimate freedom, and we must all learn to cherish and protect this right – the individuals’ right to choose. Conversely, abortion is repugnant; so detestable that it should be shouted from the mountaintop. But the right to choose cannot be taken away. Abortion must be prevented. It starts with education, as in educating yourself and others about this sinister plan put into place by pro-eugenics groups to deceive and control us through the manipulation of our empathy and intuition. It takes realizing that more black or ‘African American’ babies are aborted than are actually born every year, and it will take white people breaking their cultural comfort zone and sharing this information with this purposefully subjugated and assaulted ethnic group, so that they know it comes not from all Caucasians, but only a handful of mostly white elites who consider themselves to be at the top of the evolutionary chain. We must bind together as individual ethnic groups to fight together as one, and not let these pragmatic few divide and conquer us though color or creed as they pit us against each other while they get away with murder and tyranny. It starts with realizing and exposing the evil nature of the now nearly unregulated health care and pharmaceutical industries, and in bringing this regulation back to the table. It starts with thinking… about why things are the way they are. It starts with exposing who supports the pro-abortion and depopulation movements. (Note: pro-abortion and pro-choice are not the same thing. Understanding this is very important.) It starts with love, loving someone and yourself enough to either let one die peacefully or to let a new life begin to live at all. It will take talking out loud to people you have nothing in common with, at parties and in coffee shops, even if they don’t want to hear it, and even if friends or family abandon you for your efforts. For after they hear it enough times from enough people, the next time might make the difference and break them out of their trance. And finally, it starts with smashing your television into thousands of tiny pieces, regaining your freedom of thought, and becoming a family again!
Check out the Obama administrations’ views on abortion – Obama’s first 100 days – here:
And in conclusion, I leave you with a few quotes from your trusted, eugenicist leaders:
“U.S. policy toward the third world should be one of depopulation.” – Henry Kissinger, 1978
“A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal…” – Ted Turner
“In order to save the planet it would be necessary to kill 350,000 people per day.” – Jacques Cousteau, UNESCO (United Nations Education Science and Cultural Organization) Courier 1991
“The most merciful thing that a family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” -Margaret Sanger (founder of Planned Parenthood, which is funded by the Rockefellers and through foundations like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) – Mrs. Sanger is an admitted “mentor” to Hillary Clinton
“We must speak more clearly about sexuality, contraception, about abortion, about values that control population, because the ecological crisis, in short, is the population crisis. Cut the population by 90% and there aren’t enough people left to do a great deal of ecological damage.” -Mikhail Gorbachev
“In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill… But in designating them as the enemy, we fall into the trap of mistaking symptoms for causes. All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy, then, is humanity itself.” – Club of Rome, The First Global Revolution, 1991 (this seems to be proof that man made global warming is a lie)
“Society has no business to permit degenerates to reproduce their kind… Any group of farmers, who permitted their best stock not to breed, and let all the increase come from the worst stock, would be treated as fit inmates for an asylum… Some day we will realize that the prime duty, the inescapable duty of the good citizens of the right type is to leave his or her blood behind him in the world; and that we have no business to permit the perpetuation of citizens of the wrong type. The great problem of civilization is to secure a relative increase of the valuable as compared with the less valuable or noxious elements in the population… The problem cannot be met unless we give full consideration to the immense influence of heredity…” “I wish very much that the wrong people could be prevented entirely from breeding; and when the evil nature of these people is sufficiently flagrant, this should be done. Criminals should be sterilized and feeble minded persons forbidden to leave offspring behind them… The emphasis should be laid on getting desirable people to breed…” - Theodore Roosevelt – Charles B. Davenport Papers, Department of Genetics, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.
“Either they [governments] do it our way, through nice clean methods or they will get the kind of mess that we have in El Salvador, or in Iran, or in Beirut. Population is a political problem. Once population is out of control it requires authoritarian government, even fascism, to reduce it. “The professionals,” said Ferguson, “aren’t interested in lowering population for humanitarian reasons. That sounds nice. We look at resources and environmental constraints. We look at our strategic needs, and we say that this country must lower its population -or else we will have trouble. So steps are taken. El Salvador is an example where our failure to lower population by simple means has created the basis for a national security crisis. The government of El Salvador failed to use our programs to lower their population. Now they get a civil war because of it… There will be dislocation and food shortages. They still have too many people there.” - David Rockefeller, Co-founder of the Trilateral Commission: (1981)
Clint Richardson (realitybloger.wordpress.com)
September 26, 2009