Planned Parenthood ceremony by Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice

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The neo fracas regarding #fakenews is fascinating as we are told to only rely on reliable news sources—namely, those demonstrably #fakenews sources which tell us that they are reliable news sources.
Well, this is not necessarily about #fakenews but more about #ignorednews which forces one to turn to sources which are largely considered to not be reliable news sources or not news sources at all.


The neo fracas regarding #fakenews is fascinating as we are told to only rely on reliable news sources—namely, those demonstrably #fakenews sources which tell us that they are reliable news sources.
Well, this is not necessarily about #fakenews but more about #ignorednews which forces one to turn to sources which are largely considered to not be reliable news sources or not news sources at all.

Planned Parenthood recently founded a new abortuary in Washington D.C. and while one would imagine that the mainstream media would be all over it to as to biasedly praise it, it seems that there is a mainstream media blackout and I suspect that it is because the ceremony which accompanied its opening confirms, affirms, evidences and proves that about which I have written in Sacred Abortion and Clergy for Choice’s Planned Parenthood 40 days of prayer and that is that even modern day abortions performed within the clinical setting of a clinic are a religious rite—and one for which all US tax payers have been forced to pay: where is my choice in this matter?

Well, the news of this event is being reported by “Prophecy News Watch, “Charisma News,” “Christian Research Network,” “World Net Daily,” “The Blaze,” “Breitbart,” “Life News,” et al. but not (at least not as of February 27, 2017 AD in the morning).

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice’s mission statement notes that they are “Pro Faith. Pro Family. Pro Choice…a broad-based, national, interfaith movement that brings the moral force of religion to protect and advance reproductive health, choice, rights and justice through education, prophetic witness, pastoral presence and advocacy.” Fascinatingly, it also refers to how it “RCRC values and promotes religious liberty which upholds the human and constitutional rights of all people to exercise their conscience to make their own reproductive health decisions without shame and stigma” which is not only incoherent, as the Constitution has nothing to do with “shame and stigma” and they clearly ignore Declaration of Independence includes a right to life. Lastly, they refer to “accessing comprehensive reproductive health care with respect and dignity” and yet, what respect and dignity do they offer the millions upon millions of beautiful, innocent, defenseless, beautiful, healthy human babies that they are in favor of having brutally serial murdered in inhuman, inhumane and subhuman manners?

The Religious Coalition for Not Supporting Life (to be honest about it) MC’d the ceremony. But Planned Parenthood is not only rightly identified as a religious organization just because personages such as myself see it that way. Rather, as Laura Meyers, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, put it:

In almost every message to our staff, I talk about our doing sacred work…
This confirms the sacredness of the work we do…working on or supporting the right of women to choose from a sense of deep spirituality. So today is a shift in that narrative.

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In other words, this is part of the “great work” of the “externalization of the hierarchy” in revealing to the general public that which has been going on behind the scenes which is viewing abortion as a ritual human sacrifice rite.
So called “Dr.” Willie Parker claims to be a “Christian” and states, “Women have been made to think that this is some evil place, where God is not…Our answer to the curse is to bless.”

The ritual also contained a mockery of the Ten Commandments which were written in stone as the attendees write on stones and tossed them.

The ritual of the opening of a new altar to the god of death was presided over by a wide range of cult of death priests who mascaraed as a Muslim Imam, a Jewish Rabbi, Hindu priests, alleged Christians, etc. It is nice (not) to see that representatives of so many religions (not) can come together and coexist in support of an infant holocaust.

The Baptist United Church of [the anti-]Christ’s Dennis and Christine Wiley stated, “conservative voices are big…It drowns out the progressive voices, but it’s not that progressive voices aren’t there.” But the Wiley’s drowns out the cries of millions upon millions of human babies.

Rabbi Michael Namath, of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (which basically means JINO: Jewish In Name Only) stated, “May the ones who bless our ancestors bring healing on all in need. God let your spirit rest upon these caregivers, who serve as instruments of your hands.”

Apparently, the “Rabbi” needs to be reminding of, oh what was it, right, I know: that little Nazi Holocaust thing.
Well, millions of millions of beautiful human babies will not be anyone’s ancestors because clergy support them being murdered and the only “instruments” in their hands are implements murder.

The Sri Bhaktha Anjaneya Temple’s Bragadeesh Balasubramanian and Venkatesh Vadhyar stated, “When we chant mantras, vibrations go through the water” so basically, just like the water which is made to make a saline solution with which human babies’ bodies are dissolved to death—if I believed in karma I would say that these guys just bought themselves about a million lifetimes of being reincarnated on Earth as slime.

“abortion is a blessing”
—Atheist activist Dan Barker

“I don’t want them punished with a baby”
“Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you.”

—Barack Obama

“all who hate me love death”
—Proverbs 8:36

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