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By Pete Moore On May 16th, 2019

Across America decency is reasserting itself. In Ohio, Missouri and Alabama and Georgia, state legislators are – at long last – fighting back against the degradation of human life and are severely restricting the availability of abortion.

No doubt degenerate lawyers, so-called Planned Parenthood and others who make a fat living from infanticide are lining up to go to court. If so, good. Let them go all the way to the Supremes if they want.

It’s astonishing to see conservative values asserted for once, such is the incessant onslaught from extremists against all decency. The fight will be tough because abortionists have the the money to fund it and most of the media and cultural establishment on their side. Infanticide is a very lucrative business. But it’s time the extremists and misanthropes were put out of business.


  1. What a waste of time and effort all these bills are. Even this Trump influenced Supreme Court will strike all these extreme ‘Handmaids Tale’ laws down. Haven’t Republicans got anything better to do?

  2. Absolutely they are Colm.

    Republican femnazis or something strike back:


  3. It’s astonishing to see conservative values asserted for once

    It’s astonishing to see turkeys voting for Christmas. Striking down Roe v Wade will energise the Democrat base like nothing else could. It will also swing a lot of independents against Trump. One in five American women have had an abortion.

    Bring it on.

  4. Peter 941
    That sounds very possible

    Paul 846
    Link does not work

  5. We were told that ‘women’s health’ is the main reason why abortion must be available and yet…….


    Abortions performed for the cited reason of social and economic concerns increased from six percent of the total in 2016 to 16 percent in 2017 and 20 percent in 2018. Abortions citing the mother’s emotional or psychological health climbed from 0.1 percent in 2016 to 1.3 percent in 2017 and 1.7 percent in 2018. Similarly, abortions categorized as due to the mother’s physical health jumped from 0.1 percent in 2016 to one percent in 2017 and 1.5 percent in 2018.

    While still making up a small fraction of all abortions, abortions performed because of risk to the mother’s life, an abnormality in the baby, and a pregnancy resulting from incest also rose as a percent of the whole. Abortions because the mother’s life was in danger increased from 0.02 percent in 2016 to 0.2 percent in 2017 and 0.3 percent in 2018. Abortions due to an abnormality rose from 0.7 percent in 2016 to 0.9 percent in 2017 and one percent in 2018. Between 2009 and 2016, just three abortions were performed because of incest; in 2017, five abortions were performed due to incest, and in 2018, there were eight abortions because of incest. The only reason that showed little change was rape: abortions due to rape composed 0.1 percent of the total in 2018 but have fluctuated from 0.08 percent (2015) to 1.6 percent (2012) of all abortions reported in Florida.

    It would therefore appear that most abortions are performed for no real reason at all

  6. Apologies Phantom, incomplete link:


  7. America is completely insane

  8. It would therefore appear that most abortions are performed for no real reason at all

    No Allan, they are performed because the women have decided they do not wish to be pregnant. It’s their bodies and their choice. They are not brood mares.

  9. America is completely insane


    But before the men of Texas panic, (or head obediently to their nearest health facility), they should note that Ms Farrar is not being entirely serious.

    The Texas Democrat knows her bill has no hope of becoming law, and has introduced it to satirise how women have been affected by targeted healthcare legislation in her state, particularly relating to abortion.

    Hence the references to “sanctity of life” and anti-masturbation clauses that appear to take Monty Python’s advice that “every sperm is sacred” to its logical, legal conclusion.

    Her bill, Ms Farrar has claimed, “mirrors real Texas laws and health care restrictions faced by Texas women every legislative session.”

    Emphasising the need for full male abstinence, it comes three months after Republican Tony Tinderhold proposed criminalising abortion in Texas, arguing it would make women “more personally responsible” about their sexual behaviour.

    Ms Farrar’s bill also insists that any doctor providing a vasectomy or prescribing Viagra must first read a ‘Man’s Right to Know’ booklet with the patient.

    This, Ms Farrar has said, is a response to current Texas law which obliges doctors to give women considering an abortion a “Women’s Right to Know” booklet. Ms Farrar has criticised this as a “guilt mechanism” to get the woman to change her mind.

    I thought it quite a humourous way of highlighting an issue.

  10. No Allan, they are performed because the women have decided they do not wish to be pregnant. It’s their bodies and their choice. They are not brood mares.

    One would reckon that the easy availability of contraception, even after copulation, would eliminate the need for abortion and the damaging effect that it has on the recipient – but women seem to be incapable of managing themselves.

    Anyway, it is a fact that the reason stated as to why abortion is ‘necessary’ was primarily ‘women’s health’. This has been shown to be a falsehood, and I’m sure that those who drove the agenda knew this from the outset.


    At various times some of the following have been allowed in some societies:
    •abortion for the sake of the mother’s health •including her mental health

    •abortion where a pregnancy is the result of a crime •such as crimes like rape, incest, or child abuse

    •abortion where the child of the pregnancy would have an ‘ unacceptable quality of life’ such as cases where the child would have •serious physical handicaps,
    •serious genetic problems,
    •serious mental defects

    •abortion for social reasons, including: •poverty,
    •mother unable to cope with a child (or another child),
    •mother being too young to cope with a child

    •abortion as a matter of government policy •as a way of regulating population size
    •as a way of regulating groups within a population
    •as a way of improving the population

    Most opponents of abortion agree that abortion for the sake of the mother’s health can be morally acceptable if there is a real risk of serious damage to the mother.

    Abortion for social reasons is usually least acceptable to opponents.

    As seen from 9.58pm, less than 5% of abortions are performed for a medical reason which means that the 95% are for social purposes. Total airheaded irresponsibility by women who are incapable of managing themselves

  11. Were Nazi forced abortion and sterilisation performed for medical reasons or for social purposes Allan?

  12. Paul – Probably both though, for some reason, births in the ‘death camps’ continued without interruption

  13. Total airheaded irresponsibility by women who are incapable of managing themselves

    LOL. Misogyny gone mad. Why are you such a women hater Allan?

  14. Peter – unfortunately, what I wrote is demonstrably true. You state that 1-in-4 women has had an abortion, even in this era of easy pre- and post-coital contraception. How can that be other than as I wrote. What do you believe is the cause of this collapse in basic morality?

  15. Probably both though

    So Nazi forced abortion and steralisation were okay then?

  16. Allan

    Conception involves men, but you absolve them and put all the blame on women.

    Can you explain yout misogyny like I asked?

  17. Here’s ‘democracy’ in action, this time in the US-owned cat’s paw of Taiwan…..


    Taiwan’s parliament has become the first in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage following a vote on Friday.

    In 2017, the island’s constitutional court ruled that same-sex couples had the right to legally marry.

    Parliament was given a two-year deadline and was required to pass the changes by 24 May.

    Lawmakers debated three different bills to legalise same-sex unions and the government’s bill, the most progressive of the three, was passed.

    “Progressive” – ‘progressing’ towards what? Anyway, here’s the ‘democratic’ bit…

    In 2017, Taiwan’s constitutional court ruled that same-sex couples had the right to legally marry.

    It said then that the island had two years to make necessary changes to the law.

    But this was met with a public backlash, which pressured the government into holding a series of referendums.

    The referendum results showed that a majority of voters in Taiwan rejected legalising same-sex marriage, saying that the definition of marriage was the union of a man and woman. As a result, Taiwan said it would not alter its existing definition of marriage in civil law, and instead would enact a special law for same-sex marriage.

    So there it is – a referendum is only binding if it’s the correct result

    “What a tremendous victory for LGBT rights!” said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch.

    Whoa!!! There’s just been a referendum result turned aside and the ‘human rights’ lobby supports that – ‘democracy’ and ‘human rights’ are absolutely perverted

  18. It isn’t an “era of easy pre- and post-coital contraception”.

    There is too much focus, led by the Republicans, on abstinence-only sexual education – a form of sexual education that doesn’t work. The focus on abstinence-only education has resulted in a situation where people possess a misunderstanding of the effectiveness of contraceptives, and the operation of contraceptives. Thus resulting the effectiveness of contraceptives. Reverse those things and the rate of unplanned pregnancy will go down. Reduce the rate of unplanned pregnancy and you will reduce the abortion rate.

    Additionally there is a disproportionate number of poor people who have abortions. Most likely due to the fact that many of them cannot afford reliable contraceptive coverage. A quarter of women in the United States seek contraceptives from publically funded (ie free at the point of use) sexual health clinics. Insurance can be complicated for contraceptive care, not least due to the decision that corporations can exclude contraceptive care from their employees insurance. High out-of-pocket costs, deductibles, and copayments for contraception also limit contraceptive access even for those with private health insurance.

    So despite your bleating about “era of easy pre- and post-coital contraception” a large group of women either due to deliberate misinformation campaigns (taught in schools) and due to poverty, do not have access to that contraception. So it isn’t an era of easy pre- and post-coital contraception.

  19. The Alabama anti-abortionists want their new law to go to SCOTUS asap and they are confident that Team-Trump-Scotus will back them and strike dwn Roe v Wade. But some in the “pro-life” campaign think they may be mistaken:

    “The televangelist Pat Robertson, a longtime opponent of abortion, said Alabama’s ban was “ill-considered”.

    “I think Alabama has gone too far,” Robertson told viewers on the Christian Broadcasting Network. “It’s an extreme law. They want to challenge Roe v Wade, but my humble view is that this is not the case that we want to bring to the supreme court because I think this will lose.”

    Legal analysts also believe Alabama may have gone too far. Brian Fitzpatrick, a professor of law at Vanderbilt University, said the law was “not going to go anywhere”.

    “I see it being challenged,” he said, “I see the lower courts all striking it down, and I see the supreme court choosing not to take the appeal.”


  20. Peter – I don’t hate women. They are just simply incapable of self-management, the problem being their emotions which render them unstable. Even women agree with that…


    When I opened my company, I was excited for many reasons. One of them was wanting to make it an amazing place for women to build their careers. After all, we were two women, both mothers with very small children, opening a company in a very competitive industry. I was going to celebrate the achievements of my female hires, encourage them to find their voices, celebrate their pregnancies and year-long maternity leaves, be understanding and accommodating when they would have to juggle work/daycare/school schedules. Yet, I had no idea that the problems women faced in their workplace were often far removed from the typical inequalities feminism continues to address. It is not men who sabotage women and stump their career growth – it is women themselves!

  21. “Peter – I don’t hate women. They are just simply incapable of self-management, the problem being their emotions which render them unstable. Even women agree with that…”

    So one anonymous woman says something and now women agree with it?

  22. Peter – I don’t hate women.

    So is it just a deeply intense dislike you have for them then?

  23. Anti-abortionist hardliners have hi-jacked the USA United Nations presence and are driving a worldwide war on abortion. Trump is totally onboard with this, despite allegations that the pussy-grabber has paid for abortions in his chequered past with prostitutes etc:

    “C-Fam has emerged from the extreme right fringe on abortion, sexual orientation and gender identity to become a powerful player behind the scenes at the UN. With a modest budget and a six-strong staff led by the president Austin Ruse, it has leveraged connections inside the Trump administration to enforce a rigid orthodoxy on social issues, and helped build a new US coalition with mostly autocratic regimes that share a similar outlook.

    And that coalition has already significantly shifted the terms of the UN debate on women’s and LGBT rights…

    The small but vocal organization plays a watchdog and coalition-building role at the UN, where the US increasingly finds common cause with Russia, the Gulf Arab monarchies and the Holy See. In 2015 it helped create a coalition at the UN called Group of Friends of the Family (Goff), which brought together countries like Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Russia, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Malaysia, Egypt and Iraq. Once scorned by western delegates as the “Axis of Medievals”, it is becoming, with US support, a powerful voice at the UN on social issues. On Wednesday, C-Fam and Goff convened a high level meeting at the UN, as a show of strength of the anti-abortion, anti-LGBT lobby.

    Ruse has helped forge a partnership between US social conservative groups and Orthodox “pro-family” church organisations in Russia with close ties to Vladimir Putin. He met and praised Konstantin Malofeev, a Russian oligarch with extensive ties to the European far-right, for “working to bring Russian Orthodox and US Christians closer together…”


  24. Additionally there is a disproportionate number of poor people who have abortions.

    Really? Here’s slebs boasting of their abortions. I can see the case as to the utility of widespread abortion in that the worst of women will abort themselves out of existence – perhaps it’s for the best after all??


    Women are herd mammals. When lacking firm, direct guidance, they operate based on whatever they perceive the general consensus to be.

    Celebrities celebrating abortion is a great boost to their Moloch-supporting beliefs. These women have authority through their fame and are actively promoting an unashamed view on the practice of murdering unborn children for the sole reason of it being a convenient thing for the pregnant woman to do.

    In reality, by openly talking with pride about their abortions, these women declare that they were too incompetent to manage their own bodies and prevent an unwanted pregnancy in the first place — but they’re too dumb, or perhaps too high on this so-called empowerment, to realize that.

  25. “Really? Here’s slebs boasting of their abortions.”

    You clearly don’t understand the meaning of the word “disproportionate”.

    Firstly, just because a disproportionate number of poor people have abortions does not mean that only poor people have abortions. Secondly, most celebrities did not start out as celebrities. Many of them were poor before hand. The leader of this campaign in Busy Philipps, who had an abortion at 15, years before she became an actress never mind a rich actress.

  26. Allan

    Just for the record, can you confirm that you believe that abortion should be illegal in all circumstances with no exceptions? And also what you think the appropriate penalties should be for those who “kill babies”, both the doctors and the pregnant women.

    Or enlighten us on your exceptions.

  27. Seamus – these slebs are boasting of their abortions and using their experience as examples for other women, who are easily influenced by what they perceive as their role-models. Nonetheless, as I wrote, reading such women makes me believe that there is a case for abortion being made as readily available to these women as say, toothpaste.

    Just for the record, can you confirm that you believe that abortion should be illegal in all circumstances with no exceptions?

    No, I don’t. There are circumstances where abortion is necessary. However, these cases are few and are used as a wedge to prise open the door for the many ‘social’ abortions, at least 95% of abortions being ‘social’. Apart from social reasons, Peter, what reasons do you consider there to be which justify abortion and how many such abortions as a rough %age do these cosntitute of the total?

  28. It’s very hard to be fully objective about current cultural norms while you’re living through them and therefore a part of them. But I do often think that its possible that in 200 years from now ‘society’ (whatever that is) will look back on us lot and say “How could they? They prided themselves on looking back on the WW2 holocaust and saying ‘never again’ while simultaneously turning a blind eye to the far greater holocaust of abortion that was completely accepted and hardly even questioned. They said to themselves in 2019 how awful Hitler was, to exterminate the very weakest, most vulnerable, least “viable” of human beings (the retarded etc) and they asked themselves “what could be worse than that?!” while countless millions of even more vulnerable, weaker human beings were being legally slaughtered.
    Perhaps Goebells or Goerring (whoever it was) was actually correct in his assessment of propaganda: “Just keep on repeating the lie often enough and it will be believed”.

  29. Perhaps Goebells or Goerring (whoever it was) was actually correct in his assessment of propaganda: “Just keep on repeating the lie often enough and it will be believed”.

    Exactly – and it works, as Brex just shows…….


    There remains the problem of Goebbels’ reputation. He wore the title of Big Liar (bestowed by Anglo-Saxon propaganda) and yet he never stopped battling for propaganda to be as accurate as possible. He preferred being cynical and brutal to being caught in a lie. He used to say: “Everybody must know what the situation is.” He was always the first to announce disastrous events or difficult situations, without hiding anything. The result was a general belief between 1939 and 1942 that German communiqués not only were more concise, clearer and less cluttered, but were more truthful than Allied communiqués (American and neutral opinion) — and, furthermore, that the Germans published all the news two or three days before the Allies. All this is so true that pinning the title of Big Liar on Goebbels must be considered quite a propaganda success.

    The Big Lie is described below, extract from Mein Kampf


    All this was inspired by the principle – which is quite true in itself – that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously. Even though the facts which prove this to be so may be brought clearly to their minds, they will still doubt and waver and will continue to think that there may be some other explanation. For the grossly impudent lie always leaves traces behind it, even after it has been nailed down, a fact which is known to all expert liars in this world and to all who conspire together in the art of lying. These people know only too well how to use falsehood for the basest purposes. From time immemorial, however, the Jews have known better than any others how falsehood and calumny can be exploited. Is not their very existence founded on one great lie, namely, that they are a religious community, where as in reality they are a race? And what a race! One of the greatest thinkers that mankind has produced has branded the Jews for all time with a statement which is profoundly and exactly true. Schopenhauer called the Jew “The Great Master of Lies”. Those who do not realize the truth of that statement, or do not wish to believe it, will never be able to lend a hand in helping Truth to prevail.

    So Brex, the Big Lie works because, as Jacques Ellul shows, one of the Big Lies is that Hitler/Goebbels/Goering were masters of the Big Lie whilst, in reality, Hitler stated clearly the jews tell Big Lies because the bigger the lie, the more likely the goyim are to believe it – and you believe it!!

  30. It’s very confusing: according to the abortionists, at some stage you’re not a real or “viable” human being, then at some strange indefinable moment you are one. I’d like to know precisely what the criteria are, please, as I’m not sure if I’m a good one, or a worthy one.
    I do some good things and I do some bad things. The other week, on the way to the… well let’s say an establishment, I paused and gave a beggar £20 and had a minute’s conversation with him. He thanked me as if I was his saviour from heaven. I wondered. I did some bad, I did some good. Maybe, (and I no longer kid myself about these things, I’ve lost those illusions), I did the good thing partially to convince myself or to get myself off the hook in my mind about doing the bad.
    I dunno. “If the child is unwanted/unloved, you either kill it now or later” I’ve heard it said. Well I’m unloved or unwanted (much) relatively speaking. Yet I’m glad I’m alive. Life is tough and you have to make what you can of it. But if I had been aborted I would never have had the chance to do the good or the bad that I’ve done.

  31. Allan, I’ve read your comments and I think you’re an intelligent chap, butI just cannot see this “Jewish conspiracy” that you constantly allude to. I don’t get it and I cannot, as yet, be won over by it.
    You correctly say that all the human races are diffrent and have different levels of IQ etc. I agree with this and I place my own race (caucasian European) somewhere in the middle ground, re IQ. I completely accept that in terms of (say) mathematics, the Asians are generally well ahead of my race, while Africans are way below it.
    I’m content to place my race in its correct place: somewhere in the middle. Responsible for all Europe’s enlightened development, for sure.
    Yet why are the Jews so reviled by you, Allan? Can’t you accept that they are simply one of the most advanced races, IQ-wise, economically and in terms of civilisation? It’s not a great dark conspiracy, they’re just advanced. So Jews are “over-represented” (as some would call it) in the media, in banking/finance etc? It’s simply what they are good at. I have no problem with that.

  32. Brex – it’s not mere ‘over-representation’ in the fields that they target: they dominate


    I have never been so upset by a poll in my life. Only 22% of Americans now believe “the movie and television industries are pretty much run by Jews,” down from nearly 50% in 1964. The Anti-Defamation League, which released the poll results last month, sees in these numbers a victory against stereotyping. Actually, it just shows how dumb America has gotten. Jews totally run Hollywood.

    How deeply Jewish is Hollywood? When the studio chiefs took out a full-page ad in the Los Angeles Times a few weeks ago to demand that the Screen Actors Guild settle its contract, the open letter was signed by: News Corp. President Peter Chernin (Jewish), Paramount Pictures Chairman Brad Grey (Jewish), Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Robert Iger (Jewish), Sony Pictures Chairman Michael Lynton (surprise, Dutch Jew), Warner Bros. Chairman Barry Meyer (Jewish), CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves (so Jewish his great uncle was the first prime minister of Israel), MGM Chairman Harry Sloan (Jewish) and NBC Universal Chief Executive Jeff Zucker (mega-Jewish). If either of the Weinstein brothers had signed, this group would have not only the power to shut down all film production but to form a minyan with enough Fiji water on hand to fill a mikvah.

    And behind every destructive component such as pornography, drug addiction, war and terrorism, homosexuality, immorality, open borders – anything that is detrimental to any host nation, jews are the drivers and financiers of that destructive component.