Friday night, as I was preparing for the next day at the only remaining freestanding abortion mill in Missouri, my Facebook page included a post by a fellow pro-lifer who used the term “pro-choice” in identifying those who support what an abortionist does to a human being .
Disheartening to say the least.
When one of our own uses the rhetoric that sustains the apartheid of abortionists.
Rhetoric that has brought us 41 years of the abortion holocaust.
It’s part of the manipulation of language that is necessary for such an atrocity to occur.
And using the language of the oppressors dishonors the oppressed.
Perpetuates the injustice.
The language of the Klan.
How are we ever going to end the nightmare of the abortion holocaust if those of us who know better, who ostensibly oppose this bloodbath, use the language of the perpetrators?
We’ve all seen it and heard it before.
By those who should know better.
But then again when’s the last time you heard even a prayer in church for those threatened by abortionists?
Saw your pastor at the abortion mill?
Or your fellow parishioners?
“Social Justice” advocates?
And we wonder why this holocaust is at 41 years and counting?
It is well past time for some soul-searching by those of us who would claim to represent human beings under assault by abortionists.
For what we’ve done and what we’ve failed to do.
For proving Cervantes right.
For our part in the abortion holocaust.
So I prepared myself for yet another Saturday morning at the Gulag called Planned Barrenhood, to confront the Brownshirts of “choice” who do the work of the Klan (killing Black children at five times the rate of White) and who in a year, kill over four times as many human beings worldwide as all those the Brownshirts ever manged to kill.
When I arrived at the mill on Saturday, after a few minutes of prayer-warrior company, in a metropolitan area of over 2.8 million people, I was….
Unless you count the 6 Deathscorts.
And of course the abortionist and her co-conspirators.
Add to that the two police officers who detained and threatened to arrest me for “peace disturbance”.
And you end up with what 41 years of the abortion holocaust has brought us:
A body count of at least 57 million,
pro-lifers using the language of the oppressors,
and opposing what Mother Teresa called the “Greatest Destroyer of Peace” now considered peace disturbance.
Oddly, at that moment, because of the absence of the “church” on that sidewalk, had the officers made good on their threat, there would have been no one there to disturb the false “peace” of the abortionists.
Have we had……