The Pro-abortion Failure is a Matter of Privilege

*(A lot of privieged people. Photo by the author.)

Welcome to #prochoice logic:

If there is such a thing as privilege, then it is certainly a condition common among those who have experienced the opportunity to be born:

How do you get any more ludicrous than to think that a woman matters at 25, 15, 10, 5, or 1 years old, but not pre-birth? How is the pro-abortion logic not recognized for the delusion that it is: the obscene ability to justify killing a child for the sake of Lord Self?


I’ll leave you with her last line to contemplate. If anything, it should remind us of the ideology we’re up against. She concludes, “I would put the life of a mother over the life of a fetus every single time — even if I still need to acknowledge my conviction that the fetus is indeed a life. A life worth sacrificing.”

“Ideology” is completely correct. Pure ideological furor for the godship of self.

Pro-aborts who have been privileged with birth (are there any other kind?) are blinded to the point they cannot even see how they have used their privileged status to oppress- obliterate, to be precise- a whole category of person to the tune of an amount greater than the entire population of South Africa. According to the pro-abort advocate cited in the Lifenews article linked above, dividing and selectively obliterating entire segments of the population is just fine, because “all life is not equal.”

Putting the pro-abortion argument in its familiar social justice, liberal language shows the utter hypocrisy of their anti-life viewpoint. To use privilege to oppress or obliterate black people, or disabled people, or male people or female people would never, ever be ok. Except for when it is. More black babies are being killed than there are having the privilege of being born. Babies are aborted for being female around the world, and there is little to disprove that sex selective abortion happens in the US. I have heard more first-hand accounts of doctors encouraging abortion for children that were expected to have Downs syndrome or some other chronic condition than I care to count. Thankfully the majority of those stories end with, “But I chose life, and all these years later, my son/daughter is perfectly fine.” The origin of these paths to destruction of entire segments of the population being rooted in other delusional, racist, supremacy-driven, control-mongering philosophies (odes to Self) is well-documented, but won’t be recognized by the pro-abortion contingent.

I’ll leave you with a reminder:

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. (‭Ephesians‬ ‭6‬:‭12‬ KJV)

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