Friday, August 12, 2016

The U.S. Government Has Murdered Nearly 60 Million Americans Since 1973 And Counting

 “Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self.”- Cyril Connolly (1903 - 1974)

The U.S. Government Has Murdered Nearly 60 Million Americans Since 1973 And Counting
But the slaughter may be finally coming to an end.

By de Andréa,
Opinion Editorialist for
Published August 12, 2016

Surpassing Hitler, Stalin, Mao and a few others combined, it doesn’t come close to what has become a dark spot on American history even darker than slavery.  The U.S. government has perpetuated the bloody slaughter of nearly 60 Million American Citizens. And it still continues to do so unabated.

Not only that…. Congress sits on its dead brains and wonders why the Social Security administration is going broke.  The depletion of the Social Security funds can be traced back to the years immediately following the generation of 1973.  And that now there are 60 million less people supporting retirees doesn’t seem to enter the dead minds of those in the administration.  Math was one of my worst subjects in school and even I can figure out that if you kill off a sixth of the population that it’s going to have an effect on the social security withheld money flowing into the system. We now have four times the outgo than we do income.  How long can we continue doing that???

Since the infamous Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, more than 58 million American children have been executed in various frightening and demonic torturous ways.   The vast majority of these innocent children were not killed to save the lives of their mothers, as Planned Parenthood would like for us to believe.

In fact, according to the Guttmacher Institute, which was originally housed within Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s corporate structure, said approximately 93 percent of abortions involve healthy women carrying healthy babies.  Yet, Planned Parenthood continues to insist “many demonstrable health benefits — physical, emotional, and social — have accrued to Americans since 1973 as a result of Abortion on demand.”

“The most important benefit, Planned Parenthood explains, was the end of an era that supported the proliferation of “back alley butchers” who were motivated by money alone and performed unsafe, medically incompetent abortions that left many women dead or injured.”

Oh Really?

Did Roe v. Wade protect the women who were patients at Kermit Gosnell’s ‘House of Horrors’ for more than 30 years?  Did Roe v. Wade protect the lives of the babies born alive and murdered by Mr. Gosnell as they took their first breaths in his filthy, macabre infested Philadelphia abortion clinic?

No, Roe v. Wade did not.

The reality is that Roe v. Wade was not the end of an era but rather the beginning of a so-called legalized mass murder under the pretense that it protected the health and safety of American women who have suffered and even died as a result of carrying their child full term.  Statistics say that risk, is one in 1. 4 million.   

Just as a side note. My Grandmother was told after her first child that if she ever gave birth to another child she would likely die during the delivery.  Well my grandmother was a stubborn little lady, so she gave birth to 16 more which included my mother and then lived until the age of 87.  Today the family has grown into the hundreds.

But is Abortion really legal in the United States? Being a student of Constitutional law, the first thing I always ask is “Show me the Law!” 

Well…you can’t.  Because there is no law that says it’s okay to premeditatedly take a life, under any circumstances.  There is a law against it however.  It’s called Murder in the first degree.  

Then… just because the Supreme Court says it is unconstitutional to deny a pregnant mother access to an abortion on demand does that make it a law?  No… the Constitution says that only elected legislators can make law.  Moreover if you look at any Supreme Cord decision it is referred to as OPINION not law, my friend. Take a look for yourself at Roe v Wade and page down to where it says
BLACKMUN, J., Opinion of the Court.
MR. JUSTICE BLACKMUN delivered the opinion of the Court.”
In order for any Supreme Court Opinion to become law it has to be ratified by an elected legislature.  And guess what?  The Supreme Court is not an elected legislature.  And the Congress or State legislatures never repealed or modified the law on Abortion or first degree murder, so they still stand.  And Roe V Wade remains just what it is…an OPINION.  Like any other opinion.

So does that make everyone involved in the nearly 60 Million Murders of innocent children -------Murderers, or at least accomplices to murder in the first degree?  Well…according to law…yes it does.  But it would be impractical to try the more than 168 Million people involved in the conspiracy since 1973 and there aren’t enough jails to hold them all anyway.  Maybe we can force them to make amends in some other way, like support all the retirees that will lose their social security because of Abortion.

And then there is the little problem of,  If’,  Life begins at conception clause in the Roe v Wade opinion, which said that if it could ever be proved that life begins at conception and not at some other predetermined time in the different trimesters then Roe v Wade would be vacated.  

Well since 1974 it has been proven on numerous occasions by numerous scientific studies and think tanks that human life in fact begins at conception.  If for no other reason than a lack of proof that it begins at any other time during the child’s development.  I talked to one pro-choice advocate that said, “Life begins when the child is fully developed.”

 I said “you mean after age 25.”

She said “No… I mean as soon as the child is fully developed.”

Then I told her that my son was still growing at age 18, and that my wisdom teeth hadn’t fully developed until after I was 25 years old.   

THE BOTTOM LINE: Today there is a bill before Congress called “The Life at Conception Act, house bill ”HR 1091 which outlines the clause in the Roe v Wade opinion which talks about vacating the opinion should it be proven that life in fact does begin at conception.  Also there is a bill before the Senate called Senate bill S. 583 (113th): A bill to implement equal protection under the 14th article of amendment to the Constitution for the right to life of each born and preborn human person.

I would suggest that if you would like the United States of America to return to a Free and prosperous Nation that you contact your Congressional Representatives here  and your U.S. Senators Here.  And urge them to vote for these respective bills to finally stop the carnage and murder of millions of innocent Americans.

How can we continue to condemn the Muslim terrorists killing thousands of Americans when we continue to kill millions?

It is time for abortion supporters and opponents to come together and support common-sense regulations to protect the health and lives of women nationwide as well as the lives of American babies no matter how old they are.

Thanks for listening my friend!  
- de Andréa

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