Children’s Book Celebrates Abortion: Can We Sink Any Lower Than This?
How about a “children’s book” celebrating abortion? Yes, I think that’s something young children need to hear–if only to convince them their birth was a narrower escape than they may have thought.
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil… Isaiah 5:20
Academics can no longer distinguish between good and evil: because in their world, bad ideas have no consequences. And so a character like Mary Walling Blackburn, professor of art at Southern Methodist University, has written a little number called Sister Apple, Sister Pig. It’s a jaunty little e-book about a little kid who knows his mother and father decided to kill–er, abort–terminate?–what sounds nice, here?–their first child, who would have been his sister. He’s all happy now because his sister is “a happy ghost” (I wonder how many “happy ghosts” Mao and Hitler made) and is not around to inconvenience the parents and make them “tired, and sad, and mad!”
Don’t forget, our “president” once called abortion the means by which “girls fulfill their dreams.”
Why are these people so completely comfortable with murdering their young?
Because ye have said, We have made a covenant with death, and with hell are we at agreement; when the overflowing scourge shall pass through, it shall not come unto us: for we have made lies our refuge, and under falsehood have we hid ourselves. Isaiah 28:15
It’s bad enough that we have people like this living among us. But we also have them governing us, educating our children, running our courts, “entertaining” us, misreporting our news, and so on. Even an ostensibly Methodist university is not ashamed to employ a person who invents truly creepy apologies for abortion.
This is the sacrament of humanism. This is our human sacrifice to a false god.
I think our country’s in a lot of trouble.
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