Abortion and freedom: my thoughts
This is a huge, well-crafted distraction- but while we're here, I'll share my thoughts
How have so many people— many of whom are supposedly aware of the divide-and-conquer tactics used by the evil wanna-be overlords— fallen for yet another distraction used to divide us? This SCOTUS “leak” is, in my opinion, a well-crafted intentional distribution of a polarizing topic, right on cue, as some people from opposite sides of the political spectrum are starting to come together against tyranny, and right when it’s becoming increasingly obvious, even amongst non-truther crowds, that both Pfizer lied (which is no surprise considering their history) and that the looming food shortages are completely manufactured (check out Ice-Age Farmer for more information on this).
Yet again, we’ve collectively taken the bait, and many of the people who are aware of the left-vs.-right illusion are now jumping back into their respective red and blue camps. But since this is the direction that the collective is going, I thought I’d share my thoughts on abortion and freedom to help bring nuance back into the conversation.
As you read this, notice how you become triggered one way or another. Good. Get triggered. It means that it’s something for you to look at more closely. Is it even possible for us to have civilized conversations while navigating disagreements anymore? I don’t know. The comments section after this will be interesting, I’m sure.
Here we go:
I personally disagree with abortion and will never advocate for it.
AND, although I personally disagree with abortion, I think women have the inalienable right to make that choice for themselves.
AND I think the government needs to stay out if it (and many other things) completely.
AND I also think it’s so ironic that almost all of the people now screaming “my body my choice” were advocating for the removal of choice over the last 2 years.
AND I also think that Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, was a known racist & eugenicist.
AND I think abortion clinics intentionally target minority communities to carry on the legacy and objectives of Margaret Sanger.
AND I think “my body my choice” applies to both, through-and-through, regardless of whether or not I agree with the choice.
AND I personally think abortion is wrong, but especially mid/late term abortions.
AND after having children of my own, I couldn’t even fathom seeing their initial ultrasounds (which are completely unnecessary and harmful, but stay with me), even in the beginning of the first trimester before you could really make out what you’re seeing, and taking their life away.
AND I think adoption is a much better route.
AND I can totally see the argument for some abortions being medically necessary.
AND I think people over-use the very rare medically necessary abortions as an excuse to justify all of them.
AND I think abortion is ultimately used for disturbing, wicked, ritualistic purposes in many cases.
AND I think many women are conditioned into getting an abortion when they don’t actually want one.
AND I think some people who are pro-life raise hell when babies are aborted, but couldn’t give two shits about the babies when they’re born.
AND I think many people who receive abortions end up regretting it and ache at the loss of a life they created.
AND I think everyone has a right to voice their opinions on this. We need more respectful disagreements and nuanced perspectives so we can reach common-ground. Shaming those with views in opposition to yours does nothing to help humanity become more peaceful, healthy, loving, or unified. I’d rather someone vocally disagree with me (hopefully in a respectful manner) than silence themselves and pretend they agree with me.
AND lastly, I think this is a giant distraction. The “private” document that was supposedly “leaked” was not leaked, in my opinion— it was a well-crafted and deliberate distribution to sow division amongst people from both “sides” who were reaching common-ground outside of the tribalistic left-vs-right paradigm. Right when we’re starting to come together outside of traditional party lines, they throw another distraction that forces people back into their blue and red camps where they become so myopically focused on the distraction of the day, that they forget the many ways they’re in agreement and the many ways they already *know* both the government and the media are trying to divide us. Don’t fall for it.
Disagree on these tough topics— that’s awesome. We should all disagree and verbally express our authentic perspective. But stop falling for the tribalistic nonsense and seek to understand perspectives contrary to your own and encourage people to share their authentic perspective so that we can find common ground and hopefully solve problems and move forward more peacefully. And please, for the sake of everyone, educate yourself on Divide-and-Conquer strategies as well as the Hegelian Dialectic.
Some great additional commentary from my friend Amandha Vollmer: “...and if women were taught properly about their bodies, they would understand their fertility cycles and know the 5-6 days a month they are able to get pregnant and abstain or use active prevention methods. I trained in the Justisse Method of Fertility Control which teaches you how to know when you are fertile and when you aren't. Abortion is a by-product of ignorance, ignorance with a severe price to pay.
And if hospitals or doctors are dealing with a sexual assault victim, they could instruct them how to use black cohosh root and high doses of vitamin C to flush out the uterus to ensure no implantation of the blastocyst to the uterine wall instead of waiting and then going through this terrible, nightmarish procedure of killing a baby at more mature stages where there is pain (due to nervous system development).
But then, of course, their selling of baby parts income would go way down and why would they want that? Their targeting of certain demographics is also lost for their population control agendas, so no motivation there, either. I pray for awakening...”
Well said, the only bullet point I would add (for myself if I had wrote it) is there are plenty of women who got and get abortions who don’t regret it at all; and we’re not murderers, not taken advantage of by satanists, and we’re actually kind, loving, awake souls.
Who has any idea really, when the soul infuses the body and furthermore, the “soul” is immutable and not of “this” world so even the abortion conflict on a META level is divide and conquer.