By Onon Coca – BarbWire guest contributor
Only in the mind of a depraved and disgusting psychopath could the mass murder of millions of people ever be called “a blessing.” But that is exactly what pro-murder abortionist Patricia Baird-Windle once said.
In an interview from around the time of her retirement in 1999, radical baby-murdering abortionist Patricia Baird-Windle (who during her time killed more children than some of the most prolific Nazi killers of WW II – she murdered more than 65,000 children with her own hands) reveals what we are dealing with in the fight against abortion. Some of these people are religious abortion zealots who will fight doggedly for the “right” to kill children – because they believe themselves to be performing moral good.
Q: You owned and operated a clinic that performed abortions for more than 20 years. Yet in the early ’80s you said, “I’m not pro-abortion. I know no one who is pro- abortion.” That seems to be a contradictory statement.
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BAIRD-WlNDLE: I no longer feel that way. I am now pro-abortion. I’ve come a long, long way.
Like the average person at the time, I knew more about abortion because I had studied it. But it’s one thing on the page, it’s another thing when you’re actually touching women and involved in their lives. I now consider abortion to be a major blessing, and to be a sacrament in the hands of women.
Q: Opponents of abortion say you foster a culture of death. They call you a baby- killer. They say you did all this for money. Did you ever believe the things they said?
BAIRD-WINDLE: Not for one New York minute. (Laughs.) I knew better.
- I know how stupid they are. B. I know how venal they are.
I have perhaps during the 23 years and five months total with abortion as my public profile, respected two of them.
I’ve had some respect for people who’ve written me unsigned letters and said, “I’m in that congregation and that congregation is wrong.”
Q: Did you ever think that what you were doing wins wrong or immoral? And how did you sleep at night?
BAIRD-WINDLE: If you’re referring “sleep at night” to any form of guilt, there is no form of guilt when you know what you’re doing is giving a woman power over her life, and when she’s doing the right thing.
Whenever I write an article decrying the crime of abortion, I receive numerous emails from pro-abortionists attacking me for not caring about the life or “rights” of women. This is just untrue. I care deeply for the life and rights of every woman. I will fight for a woman’s right to live as she chooses – but when her choices include the killing of another human… I draw the line. She chose to engage in behavior that could lead to procreation – that was her choice. Killing the product of that choice, however, is always wrong.
By murdering the baby for the sake of the mother, you have just made a value decision and said that the life of the mother is more important than the life of the child.
When I argue that the mother has no right to kill the baby, I do not argue that the baby is more valuable but that both are of equal value. My argument is that both people have a right to life.
Onan is a graduate of Liberty University (2003) and earned his M.Ed. at Western Governors University in 2012. Onan lives in the Atlanta area with his wife, Leah. They have three children and enjoy the hectic pace of life in a young family. Onan and Leah are members of the Journey Church in Hiram, GA. He is also the chief editor at EagleRising.
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