OpinionReligionSyndicated CommentaryTrending Commentary

Abortion Is Healthcare and Other Euphemisms – A Trail of Tears

Abortion is not healthcare.  Abortion is Black Genocide – millions of preborns are killed, mostly nonwhite.  According to the pro-Abortion Guttmacher Institute, Hispanic women have double the amount of abortions that white women do. Black women have five times the amount. In cities such as New York, more black babies are killed in the womb than are born every year. Nationally, some 474 black children are aborted for every 1,000 live births to black women — in other words, almost a third of black babies are aborted every year.  This coupled with the near extinction of the African American nuclear family-  In 1965, 25% of African American children were raised fatherless.  Today it is 75%  and a related “Fatherlessness crisis. Paradoxically, pro-Abortinoists passionately denounced illigal immigrant family separation, but say nothing about the African-American family separation.  According to Fathers.com children from fatherless homes are more likely to be poor, become involved in drug and alcohol abuse, drop out of school, and suffer from health and emotional problems. Boys are more likely to become involved in crime, and girls are more likely to become pregnant as teens. Children in father-absent homes are almost four times more likely to be poor. In 2011, 12 percent of children in married-couple families were living in poverty, compared to 44 percent of children in mother-only families.

Patients and Nuns

My body my choice is an invalid syllogism.  A woman’s body is like a ABnB – Scriptures call it a Temple: “Don’t you realize that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who lives in you and was given to you by God? You do not belong to yourself” 1 Corinthians 6:19 In an ABnB, you can trash the property all you want. Once it’s rented out, trashing it, or killing the renter, is a crime. Children cannot be expected to make wise choices.  As  Comedian Bill Maher notes: “I’m sure the vast majority of parents do not take this lightly. And that it is very hard to know when something is real or just a phase. And I understand being trans is different. It’s innate. But kids do also have phases. They’re kids, it’s all phases. The dinosaur phase, the Hello Kitty phase, one day they want to be an astronaut, the next day you can’t get them to leave their room. ‘Gender-fluid’ — kids are fluid about everything. If kids knew what they wanted to be at age 8, then the world would be filled with cowboys and princesses.” 

Stop the cycle of poverty as an argument for abortion is the same argument used by the government to sterilize, against their will, Native American women and for 40 years, inject African American man with syphilis.  William Galston, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, columnist, and former Clinton Advisor, has done plenty of  research on the subject of poverty and concludes that to prevent poverty: Finish high school, marry before having a child, and marry after the age of 20!. Only 8 percent of families who do all three are poor, but 79 percent of those who fail to do all three are poor. Students who fail to finish high school will not have access to many well-paying careers and will not be perceived as well by employers. Those who have children before marriage (many teens and young adults) will find it that much more difficult to enter college or complete their degree due to the immense responsibility and financial demands of raising a child. Finally, those who marry before age 20 tend to have higher divorce rates and greater career and life challenges. The common thread of all three poverty causes is reduced access to attractive careers due to lack of education or life circumstances.

Affordable care was also an argument used by the government to inject African American males with syphilis sterilize Native American women.  But since its founding, the Church has made it a focus to take care of the most vulnerable. In Matthew 10:8, Jesus orders his disciples to “heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.”  The Romans did not want the homeless, sick & lame to settle on their cities. Some Christian doctors. Like St Cyrus & St John were even martyred for taking care of the sick.  Saint Cyrus was an Alexandrian doctor who used his calling to convert many of his patients to Christianity. He joined an Arabian physician named John in encouraging Athanasia and her three daughters to remain constant in their faith under torture at Canopus, Egypt. They, in turn, were both seized and tortured, and then all six were beheaded. When Christianity was finally legalized, every major town with a bishop’s cathedral was expected to have a hospital.  The early hospitals were called basilias after St Basil the Great for his efforts to establish hospitals throughout the Empire. Not only were the sick treated but the early hospitals were also places used as  medical universities equipped with libraries and medicine was distributed free.  The first professionally trained nurses were religious sisters from the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent De Paul dating  back to 1633.

Little Sisters of the Poor

Today, the Catholic Church is the largest non-government provider of health care services in the world with around 18,000 clinics, 16,000 homes for the elderly and those with special needs, and 5,500 hospitals, with 65 percent of them located in developing countries. In 2010, the Church’s Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Health Care Workers said that the Church manages 26% of the world’s health care facilities. Yet ProAbortionists keep insisting  the Little Sisters of the Por pay for birth control but not access to healthcare,

Abortion is euphemism for promiscuity, infanticide & trafficking of  parts

Pro-Abortionists claim abortion that “abortion is social justice” and that “reproductive rights and social justice” are essential to the human rights of women. As previously discussed, the body is like an ABnB.  Once conceived, the preborn has as much right to the rented house as the renter.  Better yet.  The Church has been a social justice pioneer.  In fact,  the Church has been fighting for true social justice before it was cool. Stop using Euphemisms to advance the Pro-Abortion Lobby. As Ken Poirot put it: “Wherever there is power, greed and money, there is corruption”

Agree/Disagree with the author(s)? Let them know in the comments below and be heard by 10’s of thousands of CDN readers each day!

Support Conservative Daily News with a small donation via Paypal or credit card that will go towards supporting the news and commentary you've come to appreciate.


Community journalism, satire, government watchdog, voice to the voiceless

Related Articles

Back to top button