Abortion is one of those crimes that has been made ironically legal. The marketing campaign was nothing short of slick. “A woman’s right to choose,” was hoisted as a banner of freedom. We can now murder with impunity.
To distance themselves from the stench of “murder,” the marketers changed the definitions of words. “Unborn baby” became “fetus.” “Human being” became “non-human” nuisance.
Orwellian forces have been busy. Now, American wars are “peacekeeping” actions. Super intelligence in discriminating tastes have now been lost, because “discrimination” was shackled with a far darker meaning. And conspiracies are ridiculed as fantasy, even though there are at least 42 million new conspiracies starting every day, all year long and every year.
Abortion is a Murder of Convenience
When murders became legal on January 22, 1973 (Roe v Wade), we were all in danger of being declared “inconvenient.” The Supreme Court became an agent of evil, if they had not already arrived there.
Women who want to be able to choose, feel that this “thing” invading their body is an inconvenience. They want sex, but no responsibility. They want to kill without consequences. Perhaps not surprisingly, the globalist psychopaths who pushed this attitude and helped it grow, also promote a fear of global warming in an ongoing Ice Age. That one program could kill off 7 Billion people they consider to be inconvenient. By the time people wake up to their deceptions, it may be too late to do anything about it.
Forgiveness for Abortion and the Psychopaths Who Push It
Once you see the crimes and the blood drenched hands, it’s easy to become outraged. Psychopaths know the difference between right and wrong, but don’t care. Selfishness is their god, money is their food, and power is the air they breathe.
But we only fan the flames of their selfishness by being selfish—by fighting their selfishness with more self-concern.
What is needed is a different attitude than the one which created these problems. We need to assume the viewpoint of being responsible for their crimes. The seeds of their desire are alive in us. We have to acknowledge that desire and convert it to selfless, unconditional love. This is what Gautama Siddhartha did 2500 years ago. This is what Yehoshua of Nazareth did nearly 2000 years ago. They were fearlessly confident and humbly generous. They took responsibility for the sins of others. That’s the superior viewpoint, but we also need to be humble like them. We need to forgive, even when they cackle at how naive we are. They are the lost and blind. We have to rise above their insanity, if we are to provide any meaningful help.
This article was originally published 2015:1208 on RodMartinJr.com.