First we have to re-educate the masses


The timing just isn’t there – yet – to completely abolish child sacrificing, otherwise known as abortion.

The will among most legislators isn’t there to buck the implacable1 system of liberals and so-called independents (individuals whose morals, beliefs and values are godless, inconsistent, and all over the map), and sheeple who even if they’re barely 10% sentient, and when they do think about such “heavy” matters, it is “reproductive health,” but not reproductive health for the innocent human growing inside their womb.

However, imperceptible is seems, the tide is turning, though not fast enough to save tiny humans infused with God’s breath for many of us who understand and respect the sanctity of innocent lives.

It will take time (years? generations?) to undo decades of socialist thinking that directly contravenes God’s laws that abortion for convenience and for profit, is heinously murdering the most innocent among us.

Just as the Marxist left has taught our children and their brainwashed teachers two or three generations before them that “climate change” is real and we can control it if we stop using “fossil fuel”… and that if they want to, they can change their gender… and its ok to be sexually attracted to children…

“Give me just one generation of youth, and I’ll transform the whole world.” —Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

You understand we MUST step up our efforts. Regain decision-making control. Change the curricula of dangerous lies being taught to the next generation of lawmakers, judges, and leaders.

And above all, educate the citizenry that we cannot survive without observing and respecting the fundamental Judeo-Christian guidelines that founded our country and kept it from falling into the abyss for 247 years.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

The turning point is happening on my watch, your watch. I’ve heard many say that WE are here now at this time in history for a reason. We have been given the do-or-die responsibility to restore ourselves — and make healthy our country for future generations.

…that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”


That’s when — and only when — our elected will find the courage, to a man and woman, that once and for all we will stop the slaughter.


Strict abortion bans failed to pass in votes just hours apart in two conservative states this week, in the latest sign of the anxiety among Republicans that supporting strict limits or outright bans on abortion could risk a political backlash. 

Anti-abortion advocates continue to press lawmakers to take a hardline position on the issue, but after the end of Roe v. Wade, there’s a growing divide between public opinion and longtime GOP goals on abortion.

The political concerns over abortion have been in stark display on the national stage among Republican presidential hopefuls, but the defeat of a “heartbeat” bill in Nebraska and a near-total ban on abortion in South Carolina on Thursday showed the same dynamics are playing out in state legislatures.

“Since [Roe v. Wade] was overturned, this is no longer an academic exercise, where Republicans could simply say, ‘I’m for life,’ and ‘I’m going to ban all abortions,’” said Vicki Ringer, director of public affairs at Planned Parenthood South Atlantic.

“Now, the votes they take have real life implications on women and their families and doctors, and so it’s not easy to be flippant.” 

The South Carolina state Senate rejected a near-total abortion ban after a bipartisan, multi-day filibuster by the chamber’s five female lawmakers. The vote marks the third time in the past year that the Senate has failed to pass a near-ban on abortions.

The bill would have banned abortion at conception, with exceptions for rape or incest through the first six weeks, fatal fetal anomalies confirmed by two physicians, and to save the patient’s life or health.

In an impassioned floor speech, state Sen. Sandy Senn (R) criticized the male lawmakers for trying to legislate women’s bodies. 

Abortion laws “have always been, each and every one of them, about control — plain and simple. And in the Senate, the males have all the control,” Senn said. “The only thing that we can do when you all, you men in the chamber, metaphorically keep slapping women by raising abortion again and again and again, is for us to slap you back with our words.”

Sen. Mia McLeod (I) referenced a bill she introduced in 2016 as a member of the House, which would have put the same barriers on obtaining erectile dysfunction drugs as there were on abortion.

“I don’t believe senators or representatives need to be focused on abortion or erectile dysfunction,” McLeod said, but “if we are going to insist upon governing any of it, I’m going to insist we govern all of it.”  

McLeod said the women of the legislature needed to send a message to all the women and girls of the state. 

The legislation “clearly places the rights of a fetus over the rights of women and girls who will be forced by our male-dominated legislature to carry that fetus to term,” she said.  

In Nebraska, a six week ban failed by one vote.

Sen. Merv Riepe, an 80 year-old longtime Republican, abstained from the vote to end debate on the legislation, effectively killing it for the rest of the legislative session. 

Riepe previously supported the bill, but later filed an amendment that would ban abortions after 12 weeks because he said he wanted to give women more time to realize they are pregnant and make a safe decision. 

After the vote, Riepe was personally called out by Gov. Jim Pillen (R) as well as anti-abortion advocates.

“I call on Senator Merv Riepe to make a motion to reconsider and stand by the commitments to Life he has made in the past,” Pillen said in a statement.

Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, one the largest national anti-abortion groups, called Riepe’s abstention a “betrayal.” And local anti-abortion group Nebraskans Embracing Life called for him to resign. 

Republicans are reaping wins after years of pushing to restrict abortions. After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last June, GOP-led states raced to outlaw abortion. 

While several Republican-led states have successfully pushed through abortion restrictions this year, the results have been mixed and legislators risk paying the price among a general electorate that largely favors legal abortion access. 

The problems arose first when Kansans widely rejected a restrictive abortion ballot measure last August, then later when the issue became a driving force for Democrats during the November midterm.

The results have created a quandary for Republicans. Some in GOP leadership have been calling for a messaging reset on abortion, and anti-abortion advocates are calling out lawmakers for not pushing back hard enough on Democratic attacks. 

In Nebraska, abortion rights supporters recognize the razor-thin margin of victory.

Scout Richters, senior legal and policy counsel for the ACLU of Nebraska, said she was surprised, but thankful to Riepe.

Richters said the ACLU is exploring options to permanently enshrine abortion protections, like a ballot initiative. 

In South Carolina, Planned Parenthood’s Ringer noted the failure of the total abortion ban was only a temporary respite. 

A six week abortion ban passed the Senate this winter and could still pass the House in the next two weeks before the end of the legislative term.

“We don’t take anything for granted and we’re on high alert every single day that the legislature is in session,” Ringer said. 

1 Implacable: merciless, inexorable, relentless, unappeasable, unforgiving, unrelenting, not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty.

By Radiopatriot

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  1. Honestly, I believe the abortion issue is going to take care of itself. There was a massive amount of miscarriages and infertility issues in the last 20 years, anyway, due to all of the fake hormones in the meat and fake soy products and that was BEFORE covid.
    Anyone who got the covid shot and boosters has been sterilized. Vaxxed Men having sex with unvaxxed women will sterilize them, as well. The vax was made for this kind of harm.
    It’s so important for the unvaxxed to ONLY have intimate partners who are also unvaxxed and haven’t been intimate with vaxxed people.
    I believe that it is still up in the air if a vaxxed female can actually cause sterility in the unvaxxed male, however, there are studies now that show that vaxxed men are the carriers and their body fluids will cause sterility in women.
    It’s really just so sad. The women fighting for and having abortions now may never have another pregnancy, again.
    I don’t think that most women know what happens to the flesh that they abort. If they knew, it might be a deterrent and those against abortion should require Planned Parenthood to reveal the truth that these infants are sold to the highest bidders on the black market for blood and organ harvesting, satanist party favors and for eating. This is all true and it has been documented.
    Since Covid, I read that the influx of illegal aliens was part of the master plan to exterminate the white bloodlines. According to ‘them’, white people are too difficult to control and “they” want to be the ONLY white people running the show. As well, they are satanists, they eat people and they have been vocal about how they enjoy those with melanin more. This is why they didn’t require any brown people coming into the country to get the vax before coming in. They will not have the same reproductive issues due to the vax, however, Monsanto’s fake corn and the plastic rice has left their mark. Those that make it past the vax and infertility will reproduce at a record speed and white people in the USA will become fewer and fewer.
    I do believe that the lashing and spitting about abortion has much to do with the weaponization of the LGBTQ and WHY community. The majority of them don’t choose to reproduce and, therefore, they just don’t care about the future without them in it. So many only care about themselves, who they screw (in more ways than one), right now and what’s in it for them.
    All of it is just very sad and there are many smart, unvaxxed people that still don’t know they need to choose unvaxxed intimate partners or they put their own reproductive health and ,ultimately, their lives at risk.

  2. This all makes me heartsick and I can’t imagine how God feels. Throughout Biblical history, God destroyed nations who were Ed doing child sacrifices to Ba’al & Molech and now we are sacrificing to the satanists who are running the world and we in ghe US have the most liberal laws on abortion. Why should God give any mercy to this nation? I feel like I’m an alien on this planet. There are not IMO enough good people who are standing against the evil. I’m sure someone is gonna say I’m a doomer, but it is prophesied and you can see the writing on the wall. Charlie Kirk said he believed we will lose this election cuz nothing has been changed & the dems will just keep pulling out ballots till they win. If God chooses to give us another chance, but the more states decide killing children is so important, we won’t survive long. Find God and grow a relationship with Him cuz your faith is gonna be everywhere; again, this is my opinion.

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