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“What an age to live in. Get pregnant; see if the baby meets your specifications. If not, just abort and try again. …  After all, having a child isn’t really about the child. It’s about you and your hopes and dreams, your demand to live your best life.” — David Marcus

Pennsylvania’s Democrat Governor Tom Wolf recently vetoed a bill that would have protected unborn babies diagnosed with Down syndrome from abortion.

Pennsylvania law allows abortions up to 24 weeks for any reason except gender selection, and the bill Wolf vetoed would have added Down Syndrome to the exceptions. HB321 would have prohibited aborting a child solely for a “diagnosis of possible Down syndrome” with exceptions for rape, incest, or medical emergency.

“Governor Tom Wolf believes it’s just fine to kill babies in the womb solely because of a prenatal diagnosis of a disability. That is eugenics. ” — Michael Geer, President of the Pennsylvania Family Institute 

Make no mistake, selective abortion is a continuation of eugenics. Wolf’s veto targets specific children for abortion to eradicate Down syndrome.

Following in Europe’s footsteps, Wolf and the Democrat Party are creating a eugenics-based society in the United States under the guise of choice.

Down syndrome has been rapidly disappearing in Europe because prenatal testing has been identifying babies likely be born with the syndrome, and women have been electing to abort them once they’ve been diagnosed with it.

In England, 90% of women have abortions once their unborn babies are diagnosed with Down syndrome. In Iceland, Down syndrome births have been eradicated. Over the last ten years, 100% of pregnant women whose prenatal tests have come back positive for Down syndrome have aborted their babies.

“Iceland isn’t actually eliminating Down syndrome. They’re just killing everybody that has it. Big difference.” Patricia Heaton, actress

Thanks to Wolf and the Democrat Party, history’s most successful eugenics program is being implemented in the United Sates.

“[T]he selective abortion of kids with Down Syndrome sends a clear and destructive message to kids and adults with Down Syndrome. That message is, ‘We are better off without you.’ We are literally telling human beings that they should not exist, that they are too much of a burden on parents and society. That idea is, in a word, evil. The idea that they shouldn’t exist is chilling and horrifying.” — David Marcus

Before the Nazi Party gained power in Germany, German doctors were required to take the Hippocratic Oath, i.e., they swore to “do no harm” or “give a pessary to a woman to cause abortion.” However, when the Nazis assumed power the Oath was discarded for being outdated.

“The Hippocratic Oath …  does not altogether fit present times. Medicine based upon the principle of nil nocere (do no harm) is a very impoverished medicine, and we are unfortunately not in a position to carry on medicine on that simple principle today.” — Dr. Georg August Weltz, Nazi physician who conducted Hypothermia Experiments on Jews, Gypsies, criminals, and children, Trials of the War Criminals Before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals, Washington D.C., 1946-1954, IV:1,081-4

The overwhelming majority of Nazis tried at Nuremberg were accused of “crimes against humanity,” which included the crime of promoting abortion.

The Democrat Party is monolithically pro-abortion. It supports abortion-on-demand through all nine months of pregnancy for race, sex, and Down syndrome. It also supports the use of taxpayer dollars to fund abortion providers and baby-parts merchants like Planned Parenthood.

Few Americans know that Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, was a eugenicist and neo-Malthusian. She was also an admirer of Dr. Ernst Rudin. Rudin, who headed the Nazi Society for Racial Hygiene, wrote several articles on eugenics and sterilization for Sanger’s American Birth Control League. ABCL changed its name to Planned Parenthood in 1942.

“I completely understand that the people pushing this particular ‘final solution’ are saying that people like me should not exist. … We are giving the world a chance to think about the ethics of choosing which humans get a chance at life. Is there really no place for us in the world? … Let’s be America, not Iceland or Denmark.” — Frank Stephens, actor and spokesman for people with Down syndrome

If Wolf and the Democrat Party’s final solution comes to fruition, Down syndrome will be eradicated in the United States, and families will never again have to endure the outcome of having a Down’s child.

The truth is they won’t stop with eradicating Down’s babies, so the question then becomes who’s next?

For more on this story, see Pennsylvania Gov Vetoes Bill That Would Have Protected Babies With Down Syndrome From Abortion, Down syndrome abortions aren’t about compassion, just eugenics, and Selectively Aborting Down Syndrome Babies Is An Absolute Moral Depravity.


Over the past decade, Iceland has virtually eliminated new cases of Down syndrome through widespread use of genetic testing. But some are troubled by a society that can “pick and choose” which children get born. Elaine Quijano went to Iceland to look at the impact for “CBSN: On Assignment.”

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Todd Starnes reports the LGBTQ movement has officially taken over the Austin, Texas, Independent School District. According to Starnes, district’s trustees voted on Tuesday October 29, 2019, “to implement a pornographic sex education policy that includes instruction on anal sex and how to place a condom on an erect penis.”

The school district will also instruct students to use gender inclusive language and to avoid using words like “mother” or “father,” which refer to only male or female identities.

In addition, elementary and middle school students will be taught how to bypass parents to get abortions or birth control pills.

The overwhelming majority of the more than 100 citizens who spoke at Monday night’s district meeting voiced opposition to the sex education policy.

Those who spoke in support of the policy included a nine-year-old fourth-grader, the parent of a transgender second grader, someone who identified as “they/them,” (as in “my name is Legion: for we are many”) and a female wearing a t-shirt with the words “I met God. They’re queer, y’all.”

It was clear from the outset that most of the trustees had made up their minds before the debate began. Many of them had LGBT and Transgender flags on their desks.

According to Austin ISD spokesman Scott Thomas, the school board voted unanimously to pass the new Human Sexuality and Responsibility curriculum because a survey of family student primary contacts showed overwhelming support for it.

However, only 10.5% of family student primary contacts actually responded to the survey, which means nearly 90% of family student primary contacts did not voice their opinion on the new curriculum.

Thomas did not respond to a Daily Caller request for comment as to how the survey could be representative of the population when nearly 90% of family student primary contacts did not respond to it.

Obviously the Austin school district is recruiting little boys and little girls for the gaystapo. The relevant question now is what are the parents and the community going to do about it?

For additional information on the story, see “Texas School District Mandates Teaching Kids How to Have Anal Sex”  and Here Is What Parents And Activists Say About Austin’s Progressive Sex Education”.

 


 

 

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At a public meeting, Hagerstown mayor and city council denied a citizen his right to propose an ordinance to make Hagerstown a sanctuary city for the unborn. 

The ordinance would allow the city to exercise its constitutional right of self-governance and outlaw abortion within city limits.

Within seconds after Harold King mentioned the word abortion in his opening remarks during the public comment period at the Hagerstown Mayor & City Council Meeting, seven-term council member Lewis C. Metzner interrupted him with a motion to adjourn the meeting. 

Metzner’s motion passed unanimously denying King and others who were scheduled to speak at the meeting their right to speak and be heard.

Earlier this year Waskom, Texas, passed the first city ordinance in Texas to outlaw abortion within city limits. 

Since then, several other cities throughout Texas and the US have shown interest in becoming Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn.

The mayor and the council members who denied the citizens of Hagerstown, Maryland, their right to speak at that meeting should be removed from office, but of course they won’t be because not enough Americans actually care about defending and preserving their constitutional and God-given rights. 

Hats alone won’t make America great again. 

Peace.

I.M. Kane

For more information, see Mayor, City Council Shuts Down Citizen Within Seconds From Speaking Against Abortion, Adjourns Meeting and How To Establish Sanctuary Cities For The Unborn.

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UPDATE:

Last Friday U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas called Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell a liar to his face on the Senate floor, and now he is accusing the Kentucky Republican of leading the effort to keep taxpayer funds going to Planned Parenthood.

Today Cruz came out and said, “The McConnell-Reid leadership team has no interest in cutting off one penny of funds to Planned Parenthood, which is why leader Mitch McConnell just blocked a vote on defunding Planned Parenthood. To the millions of Americans who rallied in November believing if only we got a Republican majority in the Senate something would be different, this was a clarifying and a sad moment.”

For more on the story, see Cruz: ‘McConnell led effort to keep Planned Parenthood funding’ GOP unable to rally 10 senators to keep taxpayer dollars from abortion provider

McConnell Blocks Amendments to Defund Planned Parenthood and Pass Kate’s Law

By Jerry A. Kane

Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked amendments to defund Planned Parenthood and pass Kate’s Law, whereby deported illegals who return to the United States would receive a mandatory five-year sentence in a federal penitentiary if convicted.

Planned Parenthood, the nation’s number one abortion provider which has received nationwide attention resulting from an undercover sting of released videos showing PP executives discussing the sale of harvested baby organs from late-trimester abortions, currently receives more than a half billion dollars from taxpayers annually.

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The Republican squish has repeatedly said that he supports defunding Planned Parenthood, yet when it came time to put up or shut up, McConnell blocked the amendment to the Highway Bill that would have defunded PP.

To block the amendments, the Obama enabler used “Whorehouse” Harry Reid’s tactic of “filling the tree.” Reid made the tactic popular when he was Democrat majority leader to block Republicans from offering amendments to Democrat bills.

“Filling the Tree” is when the senate leader, who controls the process, uses up the allotted time for amendments on a bill by loading it up with small, insignificant measures in order to run out the clock to prevent other amendments from being introduced.

As a half-hearted attempt to appease critics, McConnell agreed to “fast-track” a stand-alone bill to defund Planned Parenthood; but a stand-alone bill would be subject to a Democrat filibuster, and would require 60 votes to override the filibuster, which means Democrat support that he wouldn’t get. An amendment would only need 50 votes to be included in the Highway Bill.

For more on the story, see “McConnell Angers Conservatives By Blocking Defunding Planned Parenthood, Kate’s Law.”

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What Lurks over the Horizon?
By Jerry A. Kane

America stands poised at the edge of a precipice; her next step could send her plummeting headlong to an untimely death. Yet, to even suggest such a possibility opens the door to charges of alarmism or hyperbolic fear-mongering. The chattering classes preach that a dictatorship can’t happen here; America will survive even with one-party rule and a radical socialist in the White House. The radio talk-show host, whose persistent pipes of “Let not your heart be troubled,” has done little to allay my fears for what is likely to happen to my country if the Democrats gain a super majority in Congress and Barack Obama wins the presidency.

It seems that conservative and libertarian pundits and commentators have not connected the dots to see the picture that I see, for they would be sounding the alarm and warning Americans of the radicalism that is about to bring down their nation. Then again, perhaps some have captured the image through their rose-colored glasses but are so attached to their celebrity status that they dare not point it out for fear of being ostracized and labeled a “kook” by their more “sensible” colleagues.

Call me a kook and detest me, but name-calling and rejection will not stop this watchman from warning our fence-sitting Americans of what lurks over the horizon. Facts are stubborn things; they are not opinions subject to debate, and for that reason, two plus two always equal four, not five, contrary to the slogans in Stalin’s Soviet Union or the announcements from the Party of Big Brother in George Orwell’s dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Orwell’s protagonist, Winston Smith, who works in the media and creates the Party’s deceptive propaganda, doesn’t know for sure if two plus two equal five, as the Party claims, “If both the past and the external world exist only in the mind, and if the mind itself is controllable—what then?”

Here we stand a divided country on the brink of entering a nightmare world, unprecedented in American politics, with an undecided electorate who are unsure for whom they will vote in this election. They see Tweedle Dee, Tweedle Dum, six of one, half-dozen of the other, without a dime’s difference between them. Like Winston Smith, they don’t know if two plus two equal four or two and two make five.

Unlike Smith, our undecideds don’t live in an Orwellian society under a totalitarian government, at least not yet, so why don’t they know a radical socialist when they see one? Perhaps they can’t distinguish a radical socialist from a moderate conservative because they have absorbed so much conflicting information from the media making it impossible to sort out.

Conservative pundits and commentators have made a critical error in judgment by depicting Obama as the most liberal member of the Senate. Obama is anything but liberal; he is a radical socialist ideologue whose worldview and personality traits align him more with the revolutionary demagogues Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez than they do George McGovern and Jimmy Carter. This is why Castro writes in a column that Obama is “the most progressive candidate for the U.S. presidency.”

Add the word progressive to the word Democrat and you get activists demanding a socialist agenda; i.e., massive income redistribution from corporations and the wealthy to low income workers and the poor; massive reductions in military spending; an increase in social welfare spending; universal healthcare; living wage laws; the right of all workers to organize into labor unions and to engage in strikes and collective bargaining; the abolition of significant portions of the Patriot Act; the legalization of gay marriage; strict campaign finance reform laws; a complete pullout from the war in Iraq; a crackdown on free trade and corporate welfare; and the Freedom of Choice Act, which would cancel every state, federal, and local regulation on abortion, abolish all state restrictions on government funding for abortions, and if Obama is elected, use income taxes to fund abortions.

In other words, you get the issues and causes championed by both the House Progressive Caucus (HPC), which is now the single largest partisan caucus in the United States House of Representatives, and the country’s most radical socialist presidential candidate. HPC, a group made up of the most radical social democrats in Congress, is involved in symbiotic relationship with the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), which is the largest socialist organization in the United States.is the principal affiliate of the Socialist International, which claims to be the successor to Karl Marx’s “First International,” founded in London in 1864.

During his commencement address at Harvard, Solzhenitsyn said, “socialism of any type and shade leads to a total destruction of the human spirit and to a leveling of mankind into death.” Eric Hoffer correctly analyzed that socialist movements attract the misfits who are dissatisfied with themselves and their lives, who blame their own condition on outside forces, and think that a change in the world around them will suddenly transform their identities and magically cure their problems. The people caught up in socialist movements are searching for meaning in their lives; therefore, they often hate the present and passionately seek a perfect tomorrow.

Hoffer understood that America had a vigorous and healthy society because of the quality of its common people. Until recently, most Americans have been comfortable in their own skin and satisfied with their own lives, which explains why they have not been mesmerized by socialist movements such as Nazism, fascism, and communism. But now, far too many Americans are mesmerized by Obama’s words and image, not for what he’s accomplished, but for what they hope he will become.

Never before has a politician had such a captivating effect on so many Americans. Such a grandiose claim “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for” by the charismatic leader of change about himself and the ruling clique of radical socialists in Congress is reason enough to give pause. Mark Levin says his greatest concern is whether the majority of voters will prove “susceptible to the appeal of a charismatic demagogue.”

It’s regrettable when any nation’s people surrender their hearts and minds over to a despot; but when the electorate of the freest people in the greatest nation on earth do it, “[t]his prospect frightens me much more than bombs.” What happened in Germany with Hitler, happened again in Cuba with Castro, and can happen here in the United States with Obama. It was the ordinary people who carried out the leader’s heinous crimes and murders believing in the glorious tomorrow promised them. “Of all tyrannies,” writes C.S. Lewis, “a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.”

The Germans had enormous war debts and a terrible economy, so they believed the charismatic leader who personified hope and went on to elect the National Socialist Workers Party (Nazis) that promised change. The Cubans also supported a young, charismatic leader who promised change, and they openly embraced his idea without asking what kind of change or knowing the price they would have to pay. The upshot for our undecided electorate to ponder is that freedom is not free and “is never more than one generation away from extinction.”

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