RNC And DNC Go Nuts Over Abortion Issues, Both Are Insane

New York state last week passed a law that would allow doctors, if Roe v. Wade were overturned, to perform an abortion right up to the point of birth.

 

These two headlines clearly show reality: for every action, there is an opposite reaction.  The Democrats, courting young females, have decided to allow abortions in places like my state of NY, all the way up to AFTER birth.  That is, they let the baby die or kill it right before birth, while still inside the womb.  This triggered others to pass the opposite laws of no abortions for any reasons.  Both positions are insane and dangerous.

 

I am a prime example of all this: I was told, at age 13, I could never have children due to damage to my reproductive systems after being raped as a child.  But then, I did get pregnant but had to be very carefully attended while pregnant due to it being very difficult.

 

On top of all this, I am the very rarest blood type: AB negative.  My second pregnancy was terrible and I had to be hospitalized three times and nearly died twice.  Despite this, I tried one more time and due to the antibodies reacting, I became very violently ill and to save my own life, I had to regretfully terminate a baby I really, really wanted.  It still causes emotional distress to me and is hard to write about.

 

Well, as usual in human societies, people go all the way to the outer limits of any systems humans set up.  Once it became legal to terminate a pregnancy, it became an excuse to not use birth controls, for example.  Both men and women became very careless about sex.

 

Young ladies who in the past, would be the matrons of intact families, began running riot and getting abortions out of convenience.  I had out of wedlock sex when I was in school due to being told, I could never have children.  As soon as I found out I was pregnant, I changed everything totally.  I had to give up running wild and be a mother.

In today’s news at the Daily Mail is an actress complaining about the strict anti-abortion laws.  She then talks in a very strange, bizarre way about how she had her own abortion:

 

‘I myself went through an emergency abortion 2 years ago. I was 4 1/2 months pregnant and shooting on location in Eastern Europe. I went into pre term labor and told that I had to be awake for the whole procedure,’ the actress continued.

 

‘Pre-term labor’ is the term for ‘premature birth’.  It is NOT an ‘abortion’ at all.  She also complains about being awake during the vacuuming of her uterus.  Duh.  This is standard procedure for all birth processes.

 

In the past, women were knocked out and doctors learned that this was very bad so it is no longer done.  I am guessing she wanted to be knocked out in order to ‘not be there’ when getting an abortion.

 

‘It was one of the most horrific experiences I have ever gone through. I still have nightmares about it. I was alone and helpless,’ she added.

 

Her reaction is also insane.  I am guessing it was feelings of guilt.  So she turned herself into a victim instead of being the one who wanted an abortion due to making a movie and thus, needing to be ‘not pregnant.’  The psychology of abortion is a verboten topic for feminists who want to be victims and at the same time, deny victimhood for babies.

 

From the Daily Mail article about the DNC ladies wanting total abortions:

 

During a legislative hearing, Del. Kathy Tran (D-Fairfax) admitted that, yes, her bill would allow a doctor to perform an abortion after the mother had gone into labor — a position that Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam bizarrely (and ineptly) decided to defend in a radio interview.

 

Northam’s defenders accurately point out that elective late-term abortions are rare. But critics ask, with at least equal merit: What medical conditions require crushing an infant’s skull rather than delivering it via Caesarean section? And if killing a baby that way would never happen, as the defenders claim, then why does it need to be legal?

 

No one has framed a good answer to that, because what I suspect to be the true answer risks getting them in trouble with the Muddle: Despite 50 years of “Our bodies, our lives!” chants, abortion was never primarily about a woman’s right to control her body. It was about her right to control her reproduction, which is not quite the same thing.

 

The DNC females are acting as if none of this is happening now.  They are outraged that the far right is making abortions impossible while the DNC ladies claimed that killing babies literally at birth or even after birth, would be ‘rare’.  The history of killing babies is very old, by the way.

 

Entire religions were built on the idea of feeding babies to gods, killing them on altars, throwing them into fires or lakes, etc.  Killing babies for other reasons is historically common.

 

The killing of babies to gain power is all over the animal kingdom with lions being a prime example.  Every time a new male takes over a pride, all the babies are killed.  Lots of animals do this and it is no surprise that primates from top to bottom also do this to gain power or territory.  Since this is common, we must assume it is natural.

 

Which is why so much confusion, both political and emotional, surrounds this issue.  Now on to the populations in the far southern regions of the planet that has no winters: they are moving northwards across the planet, seeking to use resources built up by other people.

 

The Washington Post howls at Trump for trying to enforce laws about illegal aliens collecting welfare money and living in public housing:

 

The proposed rule, published Friday in the Federal Register, would tighten regulations against undocumented immigrants accessing federally subsidized housing to “make certain our scarce public resources help those who are legally entitled to it,” HUD Secretary Ben Carson said last month.

 

A literal army of illegal aliens have poured into mainly DNC-run cities that have lots of free food, housing and other stuff.

 

But the agency’s analysis of the rule’s regulatory impact concluded that half of current residents living in households potentially facing eviction and homelessness are children who are legally qualified for aid.

 

A loophole exploited by all invading females: have a baby here and you are legal.

 

Carson told Fox Business on Thursday that only one in four Americans who qualify for federally subsidized housing receive help. “I’m talking about legitimate American citizens, so obviously we want to get those people taken care of,” said Carson, who personally signed off on the proposed regulation.

 

In 1975 when I had my first baby, we went into a terrible recession due to the oil crisis and jobs were scarce and housing was hard due to the high cost of heating fuels and I had to scratch a living.  I worked for landlords.  I remember ‘public housing’ in NYC back then.

 

It was filled with people who poured northwards after integration of housing in order to get freebies.  The city frantically built free housing towers all over the place and the new residents tended towards criminality so these became very dangerous places to approach so law abiding citizens avoided this like the plague.

 

So I never went near this ‘free housing.’  I lived in one room, my husband and baby, and over four years moved to better and better housing as landlords hired me and became a landlady.  Public housing is a trap.  People move there and then try to stay there forever.

 

This is true in Europe, too.  One trick in both Europe and the US was this: to get the free government housing, if your own home burned down, that is, your LANDLORD’S house, you get a free apartment!   Guess what?

 

Much of the cheap housing in NYC, for example, was put to the torch by people seeking to be housed for free!  These people tended to be CRIMINALS.  So the crime rate in public housing shot upwards even more!  All unintended consequences but why didn’t anyone learn from any of this?

 

Japan cuts off foriegn workers from national healthcare insurance:

 

The revised health insurance law is aimed at blocking the use of the system by foreigners who have never lived in Japan, including relatives of soon to arrive laborers, as the country accepts more foreign workers to tackle labor shortages in the rapidly aging country.

 

The revised law also obliges spouses of public pension recipients to reside in Japan.

 

What is very ironic here is, many people working in the healthcare system are foreign workers.  The Japanese government wants to exploit cheap foreign labor but not let anyone into the systems or citizenship just like…ISRAEL.  Ahem.  Yes, our top allies are very much ‘closed borders’.

 

In the face of an aging population and falling birthrate, Japan introduced a new visa system last month to attract foreign workers into its labor-hungry sectors, including construction, farming and nursing care.

 

So, they can come in but not have any benefits or stay or anything.  HAHAHA.  Nope, won’t work.  The need for controlled, integrated immigration is great especially in countries that encourage abortions and birth control.  Odd, isn’t that?

 

Mostly DNC cities are going bankrupt:

 

The Chicago City Council approved $2.4 billion in tax subsidies for two major developments in early April. Protesters gathered at City Hall chanting against the deals. Critics said the projects are in prosperous parts of Chicago and developers should pay for infrastructure improvements, not taxpayers.

 

Chicago’s combined Taxpayer Burden: $119,110
New York City’s combined Taxpayer Burden: $85,600
Los Angeles’ combined Taxpayer Burden: $56,390
Philadelphia’s combined Taxpayer Burden: $50,120
San Jose’s combined Taxpayer Burden: $43,120
San Diego’s combined Taxpayer Burden: $35,410
Dallas’ combined Taxpayer Burden: $33,490
Houston’s combined Taxpayer Burden: $22,940
San Antonio’s combined Taxpayer Burden: $16,660
Phoenix’s combined Taxpayer Burden: $13,290 ​​​​​​

 

Juicy contracts for government employees…heh…my husband worked for NY State…and of course, the army of leeches in public housing and welfare are a huge tax burden.  This is a topic the DNC avoids like the plague.

 

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12 responses to “RNC And DNC Go Nuts Over Abortion Issues, Both Are Insane

  1. Melponeme_k

    Milla is not female. He never had a pregnancy nor an abortion. He is a liar all around. So it is no surprise he is lying to support the elite agenda of population control.

    Milla, according to nameberry.com, states that the name means “young ceremonial attendant”. In other words, a TEMPLE PROSTITUTE that represents their Goddess.

    No surprises here folks. THEY ALWAYS TELL US WHAT THEY ARE AND THEIR AGENDA!

  2. KHS71

    I am waiting for the Rats to legalize fourth trimester abortions. You can kill your child up to three months after birth if you decide you do not want it anymore without any consequences.

  3. It is insane but then, humans are always going to extremes, bouncing between one and the other.

  4. Petruchio

    It’s really suspicious that at any time the MSM can find examples like Milla Jovovich’s alleged experience. Almost as if they carry it around in a holster, ready to whip it out if needed.

  5. shawntoh

    Elaine,

    I am not a doctor and cannot dispense medical advice–always check with a qualified doctor or properly licensed health-care specialist and so on–

    My impression is that it is an issue that needs to be discussed between a patient and doctor and it is a medical decision that needs to be made by a responsible party, as in, the woman who is pregnant, or someone else who can make legal decisions if they are the qualified guardian of the patient–

    Otherwise, beyond that, I cannot recommend further comments in some contexts as people are socially-acceptable in a crazy way these days, and will do crazy things to defend their point of view–especially with controversial issues.

    There is something I wanted to mention, though–

    I asked a shaman, many years ago in the 20th Century–BTW, he was not a fake new-age-guru one, either– though I wasn’t sure at the time when I first met him– I asked him many years ago what thoughts he had about “abortion”– and he was blunt– he said the “spirit world” doesn’t really like the procedure–however, he agreed that sometimes it was medically necessary to save the life of the mother in some cases.

    Then I asked him why he recommended that some of the women present wear Amethyst when we were present at a meeting earlier that evening that involved a meditation in a group.

    He smiled and quietly noted–

    He said that some of them–referring to the women—had abortions and he noted that he could “see” the spirit of the unborn child was “stuck” in the aura of some of the women who had an abortion and he hoped that this influence he recommended would eventually attract other influences to lead to the spirit of the unborn and aborted foetus to be released to return to the spirit world to start over again.

    Since there is no way I can verify this, I have nothing more to say–other than, as usually, there’s more behind the scenes then what it all seems and it is obscene that we cannot understand the mystery of it ALL but then why did we show up on the earth in the first place?

    That is the question that still makes it all interesting–what is the purpose of life on earth and specifically, human life?

    After all, the earth existed comfortably without us and it will take, what–FIVE MILLION YEARs? Only FIVE MILLION years?–

    Or so they tell me, just five million years to clean up the earth from human-created pollution.

    I guess I’ll have to wait around and see about that one–I’ll be walking there on foot to get there as I don’t drive a car anymore for various reasons I cannot relate at this time.

    Peace.

  6. Tom W Harris

    How do we know Alabama went too far? Losing Pat Robertson is a good indication

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/alabama-has-gone-too-far-with-extreme-abortion-bill-pat-robertson-says.

  7. Robertson is correct. It is ridiculous. And it exists due to the duopoly of events: for every reaction we have the opposite.

    When NY and other places openly talked about and began pushing to change the laws to abort babies AFTER BIRTH, this blew up everything.

  8. honeybagder don't care

    Robertson does not oppose the Alabama law on policy grounds; he just thinks that, from a practical standpoint, it is likely “too extreme” to successfully gain the traction needed to accomplish the primary agenda: overturning Roe v. Wade.

  9. John

    “The Democrats, courting young females, have decided to allow abortions in places like my state of NY, all the way up to AFTER birth. That is, they let the baby die or kill it right before birth, while still inside the womb. This triggered others to pass the opposite laws of no abortions for any reasons. Both positions are insane and dangerous.”

    As usual, you get it right where most others do not.

  10. AT

    @emsnews

    “It is insane but then, humans are always going to extremes”

    Hypernormalism is always going to extremes, synthesized by our phony puppet show of a political system, one party in lockstep on foreign policy, fiscal policy, and monetary policy while pretending to be two distinct parties by creating hyper-dialectics around hot-button social issues that reach visceral reactions with voters and help to create the illusion of two parties, the most visceral being hyping the infectious murder suicides with guns in schools and the murder of viable fetuses in the name of abortion.

    Roe v Wade was clear that the first question is (1) when is it murder? Answer: after viability. After that the question is about a privacy interest and a right to choose, etc.. Yet, viability has been ignored and abandoned by both the left and the right, precisely because ignoring it helps create a massive divide in the dialectic. What’s more viability keeps shifting back, now probably around 22 weeks, yet the RINOs continually fail to take advantage of that position. If the RINOs wanted to make a point instead of sound and fury signifying nothing, they would have written these laws to include a catchall provision that said, even if the rest of the bill is ruled unconstitutional, that abortion of a viable fetus is murder. The Supreme Court would have to swallow that one. Instead we see both fake parties marching their followers around in circles as usual.

  11. History is clear: people tend towards swings between extremes.

  12. Petruchio

    Speaking of the Supreme Court, does anyone know when the Media will finally admit that Ruth Bader Ginsberg is dead?? There is a Media blackout on this story as of now.

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