If You Are Against Torture, Then You MUST Be Against Abortion
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “So everyone is up in arms about the death of Michael Brown. All these protestors burning and robbing and looting. Then they’re all up in arms about the death of Eric Garner, again, rioting, robbing, looting, protesting, marching, etc., etc. We can’t have this horrible loss of life at the hands of the police. Let’s try to bisect that argument, shall we?” Check out today’s transcript for the rest….
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Mike: So everyone is up in arms about the death of Michael Brown. All these protestors burning and robbing and looting. Then they’re all up in arms about the death of Eric Garner, again, rioting, robbing, looting, protesting, marching, etc., etc. We can’t have this horrible loss of life at the hands of the police. Let’s try to bisect that argument, shall we? We cannot have this horrible loss of life, at the hands of the police. Okay, does that mean we can have horrible loss of life, at the hands of abortion doctors? So let’s bisect the argument. Quickly becoming the most inconvenient news site on the face of the planet is LifeSiteNews.com. If you want to know what’s going on in the U.S. murder industry, go to LifeNews.com daily; you’ll find it there.
Thanks to my buddy Steve sending me this story on Sunday night. Here’s what I found. This goes nicely with all the outrage over the loss of black folks’ lives at the hands of the cops. Now, remember, I bisected the argument. We cannot have all this loss of life, at the hands of the police. Apparently, though, the right to life, the preservation of life, the sanctity of life only begins and is only worth defending, promoting, protesting about, burning places to the ground, etc., etc. when one is old enough to procure tobacco products.
Michael Brown procuring tobacco products at that liquor store, Eric Garner trying to buy single cigarettes on the black market because it’s too expensive to buy a pack. Apparently the “we can’t have loss of life” only kicks in when you’re old enough to smoke. There’s enough loss of life on a yearly basis of black folks. If you really want to be outraged, let me help you direct that rage.
LifeNews.com headline, “Black Lives Matter? 78% of Abortions in New York City Were Done on Black, Hispanic Babies.”
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control confirms that 78 percent of the abortions done in babies in New York City were done on babies who were black or Hispanic. But you’ll be surprised if you see riots in the streets or civil rights activists . . . complaining about that in the same way they have condemned the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson [Mike: And the strangling of Eric Garner in NYC.]
The new CDC data confirms 77.56% of the abortions in 2011 were done in African-American and Hispanic babies – consistent with previous reports from prior years.
Mike: I’m going to give you the numbers here, because we’ll never get accurate numbers on how many people were renditioned or tortured. There are small numbers of those, thankfully, that lose their lives in altercations with the law, but the abortion numbers are shocking. But here’s the rub, they’re not shocking. No one is shocked by this. Just another day. Yes, we’re just a wonderful Christian, pro-life country. We don’t worry about the shocking numbers I’m about to share with you. What if I were to change the order of these words? What if I were to insert killed in urban warfare instead of abortion clinics when I give you these numbers. Would that matter? Maybe. Of course, then again, you eugenicists out there have been convinced by the atheistic evolutionaries out there that life doesn’t begin until you’re able to actually take care of yourselves or buy a pack of smokes.
The Abortion Surveillance report published by the CDC, for which the latest abortion numbers are for 2011, show there were 76,251 abortions in New York City that year.
Mike: That is a holocaust. That is an outrage. That is a society and a statistic from a society that cannot possibly value human life, and cannot possibly expect its citizens to value human life, and thus should not be surprised when other life is taken, regardless what stage it is, first trimester, second trimester, or 48th trimester. 76,251 American children to be born in New York City were killed in their mothers’ wombs. No outrage there, though, no riots in the street, no one’s business was burned down. Heck, the abortion clinic wasn’t even attacked.
For that total, 9,550 abortions were of white babies, which is 12.5% of the total; 35,188 babies were black (46.1% total); 23,959 were Hispanic (31.4%) . . .
Mike: Now, does this sound like a couple accidents happened, or does it sound like the murder industry now is actually our new preferred method of birth control? This is just sick. What kind of a putrid society and civilization do we live in? For Heaven’s sake!
. . . and another 7,554 “other” abortions, 9.9% which includes Asians and Native Americans, as well as those babies not reported by race.
Abortions of black and Hispanic babies combined totaled 59,147 – that is 77.56% of the total abortions in NYC.
Mike: For all those out there angry about the voting rights of adults that are Hispanics and blacks, and all the other alleged mistreatments, and all the other things that are wrong with society, and all the other things that white privilege grants to everyone, and all the other horrors of life in these United States these days if you happen to be a minority, you mean to tell me you can’t find in your heart the outrage, you can’t find in your heart, it’s not crying out for those souls? The saddest part about it, there are no priests hanging out at abortion clinics. There are no last rites. There is no viaticum that’s given to those children before they’re ripped limb from limb. There’s no consecration, no blessing said after the fact, which a Roman Catholic priest or an Irish Catholic priest or an Eastern Orthodox priest could do after the fact to try to remand that soul to at least purgatory, nothing. No ceremonies, no rites, just a garbage bag filled with human remains. Oh, but we’ve got real problems. This is the problem.
Blacks, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, make up 25.5% of the population of New York City, and Hispanics comprise 28.6% of the NYC population.
Mike: I just gave you the abortion numbers just from New York City, the ghastly, sick, murderous legacy of the murder industry in New York City in just one year. Play the digital media files back to back for me and let’s see if we can get to the bottom of where these American values are that we’re supposed to be protecting. [mocking] “We gotta tell the world we have American values.” After we tell them about our values, why don’t we ship off to those embassies over there where there’s going to be loss of life if the torture report is released — why don’t we ship these abortion mill, murder mill reports over there? Let’s see if anyone would be outraged about that.
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Josh Earnest: The president believes that on principle it’s important to release that report so that people around the world and people here at home understand exactly what transpired. There obviously are going to be some limits about what can be said given the classified nature of the program. We want to be sure that we can release that report, be transparent about it, and be clear about what American values are, and be clear about the fact that the administration believes and that, in a way that’s consistent with American values, that something like this should never happen again.
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Mike: Mr. Earnest, we don’t have any values. You know what we value? Convenience. We value the convenience of being able to buy toys. We value the convenience of being able to buy video games. We value the convenience of getting the latest iPhone and the latest Samsung whatever the case may be. We value the convenience of being able to stockpile and live in a gilded age. We also value the convenience that we’re Americans and we get to determine when life begins. God, stand down. History and tradition, stand down. We’re Americans after all. Our values say that we get to say when life begins. Apparently in places in Missouri and places in New York City it does not begin until you are old enough to buy tobacco. That’s our American value. I’ll steal a line from The Big Lebowski now. Tattoo it on your forehead. Your revolution is over, Ms. Sanger.
That total for one city, 76,251 babies killed, surpasses the number of abortions of any state reporting, according to the CDC.
Mike: In other words, you’re killing more children in New York City every year than any state combined. Take all the murder mills in any given state, and not one solitary state can equal the output of New York City alone. Oh, but the death of Eric Garner matters. Yes, that’s worth rioting over.
The CDC’s numbers are usually a year behind and underestimated compared to figures from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute, formerly affiliated with Planned Parenthood . . .
In 2012, there were more black babies killed by abortion (31,328) in New York City than were born there (24,758). [Mike: Congratulations, civil rights activists. Nice job. You’re killing more than are actually making it to be abused by the police in future years.]
The report is entitled, Summary of Vital Statistics 2012 The City of New York, Pregnancy Outcomes, and was prepared by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Vital Statistics. [Mike: Department of Health? You put this in a health report? This ought to be in a coroner’s report, not a health report.]
The abortion ratio citywide fell to just over 37% in 2012-a record low since 1970 when abortion was legalized in New York. The Bronx continues to lead the city with an abortion ratio of 47%.
Mike: So almost half of the babies conceived in the Bronx are killed before they celebrate their first birthday. That’s a tragedy. But hey, we’ve got to uphold American values, right? We have things we have to do in this country. It’s really hard to read those statistics, and then to carry on as if I just read the morning crop report on pork bellies or something. That’s what it is to us. They’re numbers now. They don’t mean anything to anyone. It’s just a number.
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