During the long debate over legalized abortion in the United States, opponents of unrestrained abortion have often compared the controversy to the situation of chattel slavery before the War for Southern Independence. In both cases, the laws of various states provided that one person had complete ownership of another: the slave-master and his slave, the pregnant woman and her unborn child. The slaver could abuse or even kill his slave; the mother (or, rather, non-mother) could destroy her child at her slightest whim.
The battle over legal abortion was won by the pro-abortion forces long ago, of course, and since that time, the encouragement to abort unplanned or unwanted children has been led by the organization calling itself Planned Parenthood. This private organization, which receives most of its funding from U.S. taxpayer dollars, has long posed as a center for "women's health services," such as mammograms, contraceptives, etc. It is no secret, however, that this was merely a ruse: Planned Parenthood performs no mammograms, for example, but merely refers women to private doctors who do the tests. At the same time, the organization has successfully lobbied for laws allowing contraception and abortion for girls as young as their early teens, fighting against laws requiring parental notification of such practices, and many other "causes." The main business of Planned Parenthood is, and always has been, providing abortions to any girl or woman who sought to end her pregnancy. And in the past month, the details of that business have been revealed in all their ghastly, gory detail, by a team of investigative amateur journalists, who have stunned the nation with their discoveries.
Plaanned Parenthood is not merely killing unborn children. It is dissecting those children, and selling their body parts to the highest bidders. Slavery was evil ... but never this evil.
The Center for Medical Progress, founded by David Daleiden in 2013, has dedicated itself to exposing the unspeakably cold-blooded practices of Planned Parenthood. Posing as buyers for the fictional company "Biomax Procurement Services," CMP personnel interviewed, and surreptitiously recorded, some of the very highest officers of Planned Parenthood, and are now publishing the videos of those interviews. (A federal district court judge, of course, has ordered Daleiden's group to stop publishing the videos, but this order may be overturned.) In these videos, officers of Planned Parenthood, usually over a cozy luncheon and a glass of wine, dicker with the interviewers over the availability and cost of various parts of the slaughtered baby's body: the liver, the brain, etc. In several interviews, it is revealed that great care is taken, during the abortion procedure, to preserve as intact a "specimen" as possible, so as to avoid ruined "parts."
No science fiction movie could be so unimaginable; no horror story could be more bloodcurdling. Here, at last, is the reality of the abortion industry in America. The fact that federal law forbids the sale of human body parts does not impede Planned Parenthood in its gory pursuits; it merely makes them more secretive.
David Deleiden, and his staff, are genuine moral heroes. They have exposed an abomination unimagined by those who bleat about "a woman's right to choose." A simple Google search, or going to the CMP website, will provide further information on this matter, which has caused a true firestorm of controversy. For now, we simply present the first three videos, which speak for themselves. A caveat: women whose lives have been touched by abortion might not want to view the videos, and they are hard for any normal person to stomach.
This is America in the 21st century: abandon Israel, glorify Sodomy, and chop up unborn children for merchandise. "God bless America?" I think not.
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