Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Never Was a Single Bullet More Appropriately Used

So says that great blog, spirit/water/blood. We wholeheartedly agree. Do you think Tiller was killing non-white babies? Of course not. But you knew that already, right?

George Tiller was the quintessential Judeo.

Wichita abortionist George Tiller offers a memorial service in his facility after he performs a partial-birth abortion. The mom and the dad in the pictures below paid Tiller a few thousand dollars to kill Tess, their baby girl. A pro-life sidewalk counselor had failed in her effort to dissuade the mother from entering the abortion mill, but did succeed in giving her address to the mom. Afterward, the mother and the pro-lifer corresponded and became friends. In that way, the pro-life community obtained these photos. We at KGOV.com have decided to share with our listeners the mother's pain, and the photographic proof of the depravity of abortionists, in hopes of furthering our battle against legalized child killing.

Warning: Babylonian images inside.


Joy said...

Oh man! What a sorry lot. Have folks no shame? No conscience? A memorial to ease THEIR minds?

Orion said...

like pastor pete says, we have gone to babylon. Imagine this judeo devil going to church! I've read some comments from members of that church justifying this tiller guy in such a way that it makes me sad that a truck bomb didn't go off instead. Judeo fools. God said he would deliver up strong delusion so that they might believe a lie.

LorMarie said...

I totally understand where you all are coming from...the distress at seeing the women of your race abort. I feel the same about mine.

BUT, there is an important fact we are missing. From every news program I've watched, they all say that most of these abortions are NOT performed on healthy babies. In fact, these docs routinely turn women away who do not have a real medical need for late abortions. If you find out your baby has no skull or eye sockets and thus will die soon after birth (yes, those are real conditions) or will suffer from some horrible condition if they do survive, is it really better to continue the preg?

Now if Tiller was simply performing abortions at whim, that's a different story. He, in that case, deserved what he got.

Reichsmarshal said...

"From every news program I've watched, they all say that most of these abortions are NOT performed on healthy babies."

Well, then, by all means it simply MUST be true if "every news program"(which is committed to pushing a leftist, anti-life agenda)said it.

According to a psychiatrist who has reviewed Tillah the Killah's case load, a good majority of these babies were murdered because of frivolous reasons such as the cramping of style the pregnancy would have on wearing a bikini, parties, concerts, etc.

Would a baby being born with a terminal condition who would likely die naturally soon after birth really face a less ignoble death by having its limbs ripped apart by a vacuum and having a forceps smashed through its skull? Tiller alone presided over more than 60,000 of these heinous acts of murder(referred to by media stooges as a "medical procedure").

The practice is apparently so vile that only a handful(less than 5)of "doctors" actually are willing to perform the murder, including regular abortionists.

Tiller definitely got what he deserved, and in my opinion, the Patriot who took him out is leading the way as to how to deal with these and other enemies.

Orion said...

No doubt that the media is spinning this to their advantage. Tiller was from Kansas, where another famous murderer named Stanley Durham is from. Not to mention BTK and the Carr Brothers. What can you say for a state that names it's counties for Union Generals?

I think our science has progressed enough that if someone is going to have a debilitating disease, they can end the pregnancy long before it gets to the point of popping out of the womb. I'm all for aborting fetuses with homosexual genes, or someone who is going to be so mentally retarded that they will have to be cared for all their lives. The Germans were correct on that score.

Abortion is not the central issue for me but it does have some dilemas. What if Stephen Hawkins mother could have known that he would have ALS? What if little Tess in the story could one day develop gene therapy for CF? That's why we shouldn't play God in these cases unless the situation for the fetus is hopeless.

Check out this video, Lormarie. Imagine the heartache the parents felt when they were born. Do you think they feel that way now? Lots of challenges ahead for these girls, but that's what life is all about. Challenges.


LorMarie said...

First I would like to say that it was my understanding that these abortions were performed between 18 and 20 weeks. It is during that time that tests for abnormalities are done (CMV, Amnio, etc). It is also during that time that brutal forms of abortion aren't necessary since the fetus isn't that big. Not that ripping a baby apart is ever the right thing to do. In fact it is always cruel, IMO.

I don't think that third trimester abortions should be legal. I just believe that there are extreme situations to take into consideration in the first and second trimester.