I don’t like to sneeze. If I sneezed like a disgruntled lioness I’d be okay with the physicality of it, but my sneeze makes me look and sound like a mindless, chattering mouse and this kills my badass street credibility, so I try not to sneeze. What I do instead is perform a series of sharp inhales while waving my hands around my face (both elegant and dignified, I know) and this will usually curtail the urge.
I call this maneuver my Downs Syndrome sneeze.
Because I smothered it.
You know, like a baby with Downs Syndrome.
Yes, yes, I know, I’m a horrible person. It’s a joke! Sheesh! Like millions of dead baby joke tellers before me, I make light of what is in fact a pretty horrific reality: traditionally, we kill disabled babies. Exposure was a fact of life, likely for most of human history, and for certain, many of these babies were disabled, in addition to being unwanted. Collecting babies left to die was a great way to acquire a cabal of household slaves. I like to think that despite the potential upside (free slaves!), the human emotion to exposure was a touch of revulsion coupled with resignation. I am likely projecting my own emotions into the past, but let’s call me right for the sake of argument: we killed unwanted and disabled babies and at least felt a little bit bad about that. A little bit. Not enough to stop doing it, but enough to heave a sigh and hope the little gaffer didn’t suffer too much getting eaten by whatever predator happened by first.
Then the Enlightenment happened and we started to think very critically about these sorts of issues, led to a very large degree by the Catholic Church. Say what you want about bloodthirsty, cannibal Catholics (Lord, sanctify this bread and make it the Holy Body of Christ), but they collected the intelligentsia in their communities and trained their minds to wrestle with some fairly difficult and profound questions.
What is the meaning of life?
What does it mean to be divine?
What is God?
Why are we here?
What, if any, purpose do we serve?
Contrary to popular belief, debating the existence of God is central to Enlightenment theology. Attempting to reconcile a belief in the Divine with the known scientific principles of the universe takes up a lot of head space for all serious Christian theologians. A bit of a digression here, but this is precisely why Islam is such a fetid, dangerous crock of shit. There are no Islamic scholars who question the existence of God, at least not openly, because the penalty for that would be death. God forbid (heh) any Muslim reach the conclusion that Allah is a nice story, like Santa Claus, but he’s not real. Christians have turned our theologically puerile past into an amusing children’s story – Off with her head! – Islam is sharpening their knives to literally behead those who question their faith. Sample 1000 Christians on what they think the penalty for atheism should be, and 1000 of them will shrug and say ‘ask them when they get to hell’.
In general, Christians are enlightened, and Muslims are not.
You know who else is not enlightened? Who else thinks and behaves a lot like Muslims?
Especially when it comes to the issue of abortion. Abortion is Holy Scripture to feminists.
In the beginning feminists created the socially constructed genders of male and female. 2 Now the woman was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of Feminism was hovering over the uterus.
3 And Feminists said, “Let there be oppression,” and there was oppression. 4 Feminists saw that the oppression was good, and she separated the oppressed from the oppressors. 5 Feminists called the oppressed “woman,” and the oppressors she called “men.” Yet there was love between them, and there was new life—the first day.
And Feminists said, “Let there be a vault between the humans to separate man from woman.” 7 So Feminists separated the oppressed woman under the oppressor men above them. And it was so. 8 Feminists called the vault “abortion.” And there was evening, and there was morning—the second day.
I could go on in this vein but surely you get my point. Enlightened humans began moving towards a conception of all human life as having inherent value. The Enlightenment philosophers predate #AllLivesMatter by a few hundred years. Feminists intervened to stall that process and restore the conditional value of human life that characterized most of human history. I am not arguing that feminists are wrong in this particular regard – perhaps human life is only of conditional value. I can entertain many arguments proving exactly that – but it would be deeply disingenuous to argue that feminism is not deeply invested in the idea of eugenics and racial cleansing.
Getting rid of black, brown and disabled infants is the primary purpose of late-term abortion.
It’s super icky to say ‘eugenics’, so feminists like to call late term abortion ‘health-care’, but it rather defies the imagination to understand how killing an unborn human aids in the health of that human. And even though the reality is likely far more cruelly nuanced than feminists will allow, the dogma of late term abortion is clear: the babies who get dismembered and disposed of late in pregnancy are broken. They’re disabled. And who wants a disabled baby?
Let’s back up for a second: not all late term abortions are motivated by eugenics and the demand for genetic purity. Some women are simply sadists who enjoy killing. It amuses me greatly when feminists carry on about women being incapable of such psychosis. So women are equal to men, or they are not? Isn’t it just darling how women are equal to men when it comes to all things great and wonderful (which women, collectively rarely achieve), but completely and utterly different from men when it comes to things that are evil and cruel, despite women engaging in acts of cruelty with such frequency they become banal.
Here’s a common canard: there are few women serial killers.
Think through that, and this time, include abortion.
Who are the more prolific killers now? Men or women?
It does not particularly matter whether you think abortion is justified or necessary, but if you are frightened to engage the reality that women kill far more frequently and with far less emotion than men, you are refusing to engage with reality. Men will kill without remorse or hesitation on the battlefield. We have no compunction understanding this as a necessity of human existence. It sucks, but it’s true.
Women do so without thought or regret, and feminists, indeed, celebrate the degree to which women simply do not care about their own children. Jessica Valenti, one of my favorite, utterly bonkers feminists, crows loud and proud about the fact that she killed two of her three children. She has no regrets and is completely devoid of remorse.
Abortion is an effective psychological weapon to use against men, and women will go through abortions to punish and torment men. What could be more tortuous to a man than to sit in a waiting room while his child is dismembered, knowing he can do nothing about it? It’s especially cruel if you wait until Daddy has given his little girl a name, and yes, that happens. It’s sadistic and of course some women do this, because all women are human. Any horrific, torturous, unspeakably depraved act a man can engage in – so can women, because women are human beings.
Women just prefer children as victims.
Preferably unborn ones. They put up almost no struggle at all!
Murderous, sadistic, cruel women, like men who do similar things, are outliers. Most women killing their children late in pregnancy are doing so for eugenics purposes. The babies are not perfect. They are defective, disabled, broken, flawed, damaged and thus unwanted. The value of an unborn child is conditional upon what the woman views as an acceptable level of genetic defect. If baby does not hit mommy’s mark for perfection: bye-bye baby.
Most of the babies being aborted at any stage are brown and black, leaving the unpalatable yet undeniable element of racial cleansing on the table to talk about. Legalizing abortion did wonders for controlling the black and brown population. Margaret Sanger, one of the earliest advocates of birth control, knew this would be the result, and she was all over that: we have enough brown people thank you. Let’s prevent them from being conceived (birth control) and born (abortion) if that fails.
The difference between dogma and doctrine is that doctrine can be questioned and dogma can’t withstand any questioning at all. Abortion is dogma to feminists. If my argument here that abortion serves specific functions for women beyond sadism and cruelty, and relates to the conditional value of human life and the necessity for achieving the maximum life value, then both eugenics and racial cleansing are also feminist dogma.
Feminism is white.
Feminism is abled.
Feminism is perfection.
Holy crap, feminism is the closest thing we have to the Fourth Reich!
I cop to being a Nazi by blood. It wasn’t my choice to be born to the son of an SS Officer, but there you have it. Heisen sie, Grossvater! And I will even entertain arguments for why abortion might be allowable in early pregnancy, but when it comes time to tear the arms and legs off disabled babies, I blanch.
Turns out Nazi blood isn’t sufficient to engage in Nazi practice.
You need ideology for that, and feminism provides that, in spades.
There are many reasons to oppose feminism and late-term abortion, and I will now add another to the list: if you truly want to disavow and resist the rise of Nazi imitators, then resisting feminism and abortion is an imperative.
Alte Füchse gehen schwer in die Falle.
Lots of love,