“We will insist an atrocity committed with chemical weapons is not only investigated… it must be confronted.”
~President Barack Hussein Obama II
“…delivering chemical weapons against children, is not something we do.”
~President Barack Hussein Obama II
I’m sure that I could find a dozen more quotes just like this one. Certainly, after Monday when the President is set to go on no less than six news/talk shows to tell us why he wants to go to war use military force in a “limited engagement” against Syria, we’ll have enough such quotes that we will be able to fill a small book. Elected Republican and Democrat leaders are suspending their differences to push for this action, as well. Certainly, most Americans and certainly all Abolitionists would agree with this sentiment: The use of chemical weapons against innocent human beings is atrocious. Here’s the hypocrisy: We live in a country in which 3,500 (plus) children are killed each day through abortion, and many of these abortions (read “killings” or “murders”) are carried out via chemicals.
We spend so much of our time protecting our life. We do it through common, everyday activities, and we rarely even give it a second thought. When we’re sick, we seek treatment. We strive to eat well. We wear a seat belt and we don’t drink and drive. We don’t use the hairdryer when we take a bath. We lock our doors at night to keep out potential danger. Why do we do these things? It’s simple, really. The vast majority of us realizes and understands that human life is precious and uniquely special.
We sometimes read stories in the news about some brave soul who went out of their way to protect another’s life. In the massacre in Aurora, Colorado, we heard stories about men who used their bodies to protect their loved ones.
We hear tales from the battlefield in which one of our brave fighting men willingly sacrificed his life to save the lives of his companions.
These stories are special, because they speak not only to the character that humanity can display, but also to the value of a human life.
Co-Authored by R. Clayton Strang and Judah Ivy
On July 10th, the Seattle Abolitionist Society went to the Cedar River abortion “clinic” in Renton, WA. Due to the set up of the parking lot, we were unable to get close enough to talk with anyone going into or out of the “clinic;” so we took our signs and stood along the main road. We were all surprised to see how not busy this particular clinic was. They specialize in later term abortions, so them not being busy makes sense, as most abortions take place well before the arbitrary “viable” stage. Still, we expected more of a “funnel effect” from all the surrounding abortionists who refer there. The three or so women who did drive in seemed determined not to see, one very young girl was driven in quickly by an older escort who smiled and laughed at the images of aborted children. This confirms the need for agitation and deflation of pro-choice misinformation long before these girls end up at the human sacrifice centers. Continue reading
Election season is here in Washington State. You may have noticed all of the candidate signs placed around your town; signs for mayor, city council, county council, fire district and other such offices. These off year elections don’t draw as many voters as in a presidential election year, but it’s still important. The two mainstream political parties use these elections to build their “farm team;” folks that the parties can build up, train and groom for some higher office at some point.