'All Life Is Not Equal,' Abortion Advocate Declares
First, on a personal note: Thank you, thank you and thank you, Mary Elizabeth Williams! What a glorious service you've done the pro-life cause. I know, that's not what you intended. But that's precisely what you've accomplished.
Did I say thank you?
In her jaw-dropping article, "So what if abortion ends life?" Williams - a mainstream, though uncharacteristically honest pro-abort scribe for Salon.com - has inexplicably broken from the Orwellian left's ministerial script. In so doing, she's severely undermined the very cause for which she would gladly "sacrifice" (dismember alive that is) her very own daughter. A daughter, mind you, whom she coldly acknowledges to be "a human life."
But enough with the pleasantries.
In his 1925 manifesto "Mein Kampf," Adolf Hitler wrote: "Here's the complicated reality in which we live: All life is not equal." Though technically a human life, "the parasitic Jew is a human life without having the same rights as the Aryan."
"Mother Germany is the boss," he declared. "Her life and what is right for her circumstances and her health should automatically trump the rights of the non-autonomous Jew. Always."
Ha! Just kidding. Actually, Ms. Williams wrote those things. She wrote them, not from Nazi Germany in 1925, but, rather, from America. Wednesday.
She wrote them, not about the Jewish people, but, instead, about the most vulnerable of all people: The child in her mother's womb. (A holocaust by any other name ...)
Yes, welcome to Feminist Funland, where the women are randy and the children are dead. In "So what if abortion ends life?" (I just love writing that), Williams, like some unintentionally creepy clown, guides us through the "pro-choice" house of mirrors, revealing, with crystal clarity, the true horror behind the left's distorted reflections.
"While opponents of abortion eagerly describe themselves as 'pro-life,'" she writes, "the rest of us have had to scramble around with not nearly as big-ticket words like 'choice' and 'reproductive freedom.'"
Here, Ms. Williams essentially admits what the life community has said for decades - that the euphemistic language of "choice" and "reproductive freedom," long employed by the multi-billion-dollar abortion industry, is exactly that; euphemism - propaganda.
In so many words, she goes on to acknowledge that, rather than "pro-choice," "pro-death" is indeed the appropriate moniker for her movement. "Yet I know that throughout my own pregnancies, I never wavered for a moment in the belief that I was carrying a human life inside of me. I believe that's what a fetus is: a human life. And that doesn't make me one iota less solidly pro-choice," she proclaims.
Nice. Wonder how many of the little Williams babies made the cut.
But the money line? "Here's the complicated reality in which we live," she declares. "All life is not equal."
Get that, Thomas Jefferson? "All life is not equal." Put that in your self-evident-truth-pipe and smoke it. We clear, MLK? Wrap that "I have a dream" up in a big wad of "All life is not equal" and get to the back of the Birmingham bus.
Indeed, Ms. Williams is a militant feminist and that's adorable; but her line of reasoning here is anything but fresh and cute. It stems from the utilitarian rotgut Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger poured down the gullet of her power-drunk eugenicist fans - foremost of whom was the hypertensive fuhrer himself.
Still, to be fair, I'll let Ms. Williams speak for herself: "Yet a fetus can be a human life without having the same rights as the woman in whose body it resides," she finds. "She's the boss. Her life and what is right for her circumstances and her health should automatically trump the rights of the non-autonomous entity inside of her. Always."
In other words: "Me no likey? You die." Or, as Hitler really did say: "We shall regain our health only by eliminating the Jew." Old Adolf, of course, defined "health" to mean exactly what feminists mean by it. "Health: Any reason at all."
Maybe I've been at this too long, but I love it when liberals mistake sociopathy for conviction - candor for courage. I revel in those rare moments when left-wing extremists, nestled warm inside the foul bowels of their "progressive" echo chamber - pull back the wizard's curtain just far enough to expose, if only for an instant, the wicked sty in which they roll, splash and play.
Like this gem: "If by some random fluke I learned today I was pregnant," Williams boasts, "you bet you're a-s I'd have an abortion. I'd have the World's Greatest Abortion. ... I still need to acknowledge my conviction that the fetus is indeed a life. A life worth sacrificing."
"The World's Greatest Abortion."
"A life worth sacrificing."
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