Sunday, May 23, 2010

Some Thoughts On Marie Stopes International's Abortion Advert

"Jeanie, Jeanie, full of hopes,
Read a book by Marie Stopes,
But, to judge from her condition,
She must have read the wrong edition"
Ditty of the 1920's, quoted by Norman Davies in 'Europe: A History'.
It is only the most successful deathmongers who are able to sell death once they themselves are dead. In this respect Stopes, a person whose achievements were reduced to a music hall joke even in her own lifetime, may be unique. Quite why an advert for abortion services should be deemed necessary now, when we are constantly told that society is aging and that we need more people, is beyond me. I cannot help but think that the ancient, and very evil, strain of materialist thinking that deems fellow humans to be vermin like rats or pigeons, and thus to be disposed of with all due haste, is still alive and well.
There is an almost necrophiliac strain to abortion enthusiasts which is quite unsettling. They seem to thrive on the love of death, on the presence of death, and that being near death and facilitating death is a drug that they cannot do without. Apart from being disgustingly evil, it's also very weird.

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Blogger Martin Meenagh said...

Did you know that the equations that originally allowed for derivative risk emerged in large part from studies of those who died of 'broken hearts'? The correlation was what the masters of the markets was after. Necromancy in the markets; death on the TV; the pointless waste of lives in wars and avoidable deflations--how much more can we take?

I think that we have some quiet reserves left.

The one thing that this culture cannot do is prevent love, and faith, and the propagation of good and loving people. All of them are now more important than ever. They'll win, eventually.

24 May, 2010 00:34  
Blogger Martin said...

Indeed they will.

24 May, 2010 08:16  
Blogger Foxy Brown said...

Strange at how the liberal intelligentsia regard the aborting of unborn female babies in the Far East and the Subcontinent as foeticide.

24 May, 2010 11:20  
Blogger Martin said...

Isn't it just, Foxy?

24 May, 2010 21:01  

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