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There’s alot of dark and twisted stuff going on, Mk. I April 11, 2012

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, asshatery, disaster, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.
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I don’t know about you, but I find a “Clergy for Choice” holding a 40 days for death “choice” vigil in…….I’ve got to laugh……..Humboldt County, California (Humboldt County being known for it’s very potent pot the world over) pretty dark and twisted:

A local Planned Parenthood abortion business in California is copycatting the 40 Days for Life campaign, which recently resulted in saving the lives of more than 700 unborn children from abortion. The abortion business has set up its own 40 Days of Prayer for the local abortion center

“We trust you to decide about your sexuality, having your children, and planning your family,” says a flierpromoting the Humbolt County Clergy for Choice event. “We are religious leaders who value all human life.  We accept that religions differ about when life begins. We are here to help.”

“We believe that human life is holy. That’s why we believe in your right to choose to be a parent or not,” the pro-abortion religious leaders continue. “It can be helpful to talk with friends you trust, with licensed counselors, and with whatever religious person you choose.  Humboldt County Clergy are available to talk with you about the spiritual aspects of choice.  Find out more by calling Six Rivers Planned Parenthood.”

……….The flyer promotes specific prayers for abortion for each day:

* “Day 1: Today we pray for women for whom pregnancy is not good news, that they know they have choices.”

* “Day 34: Today we give thanks for abortion escorts who guide women safely through hostile gauntlets of protestors.”  [Please.  “Hostile gauntlets,” that is total BS.  The only hostility I’ve experienced outside mills is being spat on, having a milkshake thrown at us, and the crazy, deranged, satanic mill workers who speed down the alley at Routh Street, weaving side to side trying to hit pro-lifers.  One side in this terrible issue practices far, far more violence than the other, in spite of all the media-inspired rhetoric to the contrary – the pro-aborts murder thousands daily.]

*”Day 36 Today we pray for the families we’ve chosen, May they know the blessing of choice  [Do they have any idea how satanic this “prayer” is?  Think about it: “Today, we pray for the children we’ve let live.  We pray they too may kill their offspring.  We pray for a day when parents will be able to murder their children at any point, when they become annoying, difficult, or inconvenient.”  Good grief.  Satan is alive and well and living in a condo in Eureka]

Well, what can I say.  It’s offensive, satanic, stupid, and doomed to failure.  This won’t catch on like 40 Days for Life, because pro-aborts are not motivated by faith, they’re motivated by self-interest, and the vast majority of pro-aborts are secular paganists.  But for these clergy, this is what Luther wrought.  The LifeNews article states that the clergy are from, in part: “Temple Beth El in Eureka [‘reform’ temple, no doubt], Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bayside [no shock, a pro-abort Unitarian, they hardly believe in God], St. Francis in Fortuna [I’m shocked, an episcopal in the mix!] Old Town Gazebo in Eureka [????????], and Arcata United Methodist [again, I’m shocked].”

Luther established the principle of “private revelation” of Scripture and made it widespread, along with the concommitant rejection of authority (that is, one Church authority to determine what constitutes dogma).  The fifty-thousand some odd protestant denominations are the result.  I know there are many good protestants, many have a faith that puts most Catholics to shame, and what a scandal that is, but, with no authority and Scripture left open to any crazy interpretation one cares to “divine” from it, it’s hardly surprising that you’re going to have “churches” that abandon any remote attachment to Christian morality and being to make up morality for themselves.  And thus, pro-abort sects abound.

The insanity of a Christian supporting abortion is beyond my comprehension.  One of the earliest distinguishing characteristics of the Christian religion was its total opposition to the abortion and even a form of “post-birth abortion” practiced widely in the Roman Empire.  It’s one of the reasons they were hated by the pagans, because the Christians inveighed against the pagan’s conscience about the evil of that widespread act.  It’s so funny, how people just don’t change. 

I  must also add, that the Jewish religion prior to the Incarnation of God on earth also reviled abortion and felt it a hideous sin, even though the Jews frequently fell into the practice because it was so widespread among their pagan neighbors.  Moloch will never be appeased – there is never enough human blood spilt for his pleasure.  The Jews were thus chastised by God most severely for this practice of human sacrifice.  I fear our own chastisement is already underway.

I pray for all involved in this atrocity.

Here’s the flyer for this disaster:

Comments

1. quinersdiner - April 11, 2012

Psalm 139 says it all: “Your eyes have seen my unformed substance; And in Your book were all written the days that were ordained for me, When as yet there was not one of them.” Case closed.

2. Protest pro-abort fundraiser « A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics - April 17, 2012

[…] I am especially motivated to go because I feel that those who believe so stridently in favor of abortion that they hold fundraisers and donate large monies for this horrific ’cause’ need to be held accountable for their actions.  While the other side tries to couch the debate in terms of ‘choice’ and even ‘providing what’s best for the child AND mother’ (with an obvious disproportionate consideration for the latter), abortion is really about death and murder.  There is no ‘right’ so precious to the mother as to deny the right to life to the child within her.  We need more protests that bring the reality of abortion to the public and to those who are most sadly lost in this murderous abomination of desolation, this dark sacrifice to the satanic maw of moloch.  Some of these people, incredibly, even consider themselves ‘Christian.‘ […]


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