Saturday, April 27, 2013

Kermit “The Abortionist” Gosnell Represents the Raw Results of 'Reproductive Rights’


Gosnell, A Modern Day Menegle?
The graphic and gruesome account of the loathsome Nazi Josef Mengele-like doctor and his own ‘House of Horrors’ abortuary has been mostly suppressed by the Main Stream Media because it goes against the wave of their wicked Pro-Death agenda. There was an explosive article written by Conor Friedersdorf  in The Atlantic exposing the lack of interest and coverage on the part of the Media, “Why Dr. Kermit Gosnell's Trial Should Be a Front-Page Story. The dead babies. The exploited women. The racism. The numerous governmental failures. It is thoroughly newsworthy.” 

As noted by the author of the article, the conclusion by the Grand Jury in their report on the oversight failures by many Pennsylvanian governmental agencies in the Gosnell case states:

Bureaucratic inertia is not exactly news. We understand that. But we think this was something more. We think the reason no one acted is because the women in question were poor and of color, because the victims were infants without identities, and because the subject was the political football of abortion.

How could such an atrocity as what occurred in Gosnell’s Philadelphian extermination chamber exist in modern America? This situation may not be atypical.

The staggering number of abortions, the illegal activities such as not reporting suspected child rape cases by Planned Parenthood, the lack of regulation of abortion clinics, the disregard for the life of the mother after the abortion, the use of taxpayer funds to subsidize Planned Parenthood to the tune of 1/2 Billion dollars annually, and the overall ignoring or ‘look the other way’ attitude of many governmental agencies and regulators toward the way abortions are occurring in the so-called clinics are all appalling. Having an American President recently reiterate his unflinching, blatant, and shameless support for the evil Planned Parenthood operation is equally disturbing.
 


 

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