There’s something wild, wacky, surreal, and downright evil about the selective outrage over things like icons of the Confederacy while, right here and now all across the fruited plain from sea to shining sea in the “land of the free” and the home of the NSA, there are baby butchering facilities operating proudly and openly in the name of “freedom”, “liberty” and the “right” of a selfish adult to murder their own innocent child for convenience…and that the most aggressively targeted babies tend to be black babies. (See: Black Lives Matter (Even in the Womb).)
Welcome to Orwellian America, where “outrage” applies to schools and parks named for Robert E. Lee or Stonewall Jackson, but Planned Parenthood’s systematic mass murder of innocent black children is heralded as a legitimate business that actually promotes health care. (See: 51,000,003 reasons why America owes Nazi Germany an apology.)
Oh yeah, that’s rational.
Or, put another way: It’s just one of the more flagrant examples of our having been long given over under the judgment of God.
So the next time you hear or see someone go nuts over a toy replica of the General Lee from The Dukes of Hazzard, you might want to kindly ask them, “Hey, did you know that right down the road in [insert name of closest American city here], there’s a place that specializes in murdering black babies for profit so that the health and purity of the human race might be improved?”
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Then you might follow up with some other helpful little gems, like:
“And did you know that these black baby mass murdering businesses operate all across the country? Did you know that they are protected by what Americans call “law”? Did you know that they claim to operate in order to provide “liberty” and “freedom” to those whom they help to murder their children?” (See: Note to ‘Merica: There is no “God-given right” to murder children.)
“Did you know that they killed around 90,000 black babies just last year…as they do each and every year?”
Then motion back to the little toy Dukes of Hazzard car and ask them what their point was again.
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