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The Sick Bastards Really Bragged About This…

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

I think the raging abortion debate may be a wedge issue intended to dissolve ALL privacy rights. If the contents of women’s wombs and their reproductive biometrics are determined to be eligible for constant and invasive monitoring by the government, what is to stop the monitoring of all our stomach contents, blood sugar, etc? We could find ourselves in a world where if a diabetic eats a donut or an alcoholic takes a drink, they are thrown into involuntary lockdown “for their own good.” Similar to how the Chinese government is handling Covid. I know a lot of readers on here don’t like abortion, and I am squeamish about it, but giving government any powers over bodily autonomy is a very fast slippery slope to totalitarianism.

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

The abortion thing is a false flag to divert attention from what’s really going on just like all the other BIG HUGE THINGS. Don’t be fooled by the work agenda, abortion is not a right to choose, it is murder. Period. And that goes against the law of the land, the actual real law.

Timon
Timon
23 days ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

🎯🎯

Keira
Keira
21 days ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

Would you say that to a victim of rape, a victim of incest? It never ceases to amaze me how people see the world in black & white. There are stark, disgusting realities happening everywhere and there are always people willing to ignore or gloss over those realities in favor of their own bias.
The fact remains that what Fleur said is absolutely correct. If we begin allowing the government to make decisions regarding our own bodies, where does it end?
And what about babies with severe deformities, who will live a life of unending agony, minimal awareness, and create a situation where their parents’ lives wholly revolve around round-the-clock intensive care for a child who cannot even experience pleasure or happiness? Should those babies, and parents, be condemned to a life of perpetual suffering simply because some men in ties somewhere decided that women should not have the right to make decisions for themselves?

Maybe these things don’t exist in your world, but they exist in mine, the real world where everything is not black & white.

A E
A E
21 days ago
Reply to  Keira

Those cases you describe are such exceptions they don’t even register as a percentage of abortions. I have a friend who told me they would have aborted had they done amniocentisis, but neither of them can imagine life without their girl now.
Far more common are women and girls who are raped, then the byproduct of that is conveniently destroyed, covering evidence of the crime. Again and again.
And even those cases don’t come close to elective “contraception”.

Last edited 21 days ago by A E
kittyvac
kittyvac
1 month ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Very important point Fleur, it’s always good to hear new ideas. I am against elective abortion beyond the 3 month mark. Whilst I am not happy about allowing it before then there are just too many practical issues to completely outlaw it. The worst thing for me is the attitude so many women have to killing their own babies – no reverence, no remorse. It’s difficult not to enjoy seeing those types act hysterical because their ‘contraception’ might be removed as an option.

Keira
Keira
21 days ago
Reply to  kittyvac

Nobody enjoys getting an abortion. Anyone who claims to is a psychopath. You are very misguided. Many women use Plan B and other methods of contraception.
There is always a chance, however slim, that contraception can fail. There are women who may have medical reasons for not wanting to give birth. My own mother lost so much blood giving birth to me that she almost died. After that, she “had her tubes tied” because she never wanted to go through such an experience again.
What if she had not done that, gotten pregnant again, and then died in childbirth? Condemning two children to grow up without a mother.
The only one deciding what happens to a person’s body should be the person in question.
By the way, I don’t necessarily agree with post-3 month abortions either; however, I don’t think it’s any of my business what other people do with their bodies… The only exception being, if what they’re doing violates my rights somehow. For example, the trans movement.

Last edited 21 days ago by Keira
scars
scars
1 month ago

So, how are they certain that the tablet was dissolved in the stomach vs. just a glass of water? What kind of coating is used to stop it from transmitting until it is dissolved? And are you required to be notified that the pills contain this transmitter? Will you be able to get normal pills if you refuse to take this new type of pill?

The more you think about this idea, the worse it seems.

Ruth
Ruth
1 month ago
Reply to  scars

They will probably use stomach acid to judge that.

So just dissolve some hydrochloric acid or something substantially acidic on par with the powerful digestive acids in the stomach into a test tube/vial with some water.

The creepy part is when their technology will evolve to a point where they can clearly differentiate the discrepancies with an astounding accuracy. There’s no escape then.

Truly the only real salvation is found in God✝️ and His promises🙏.

Last edited 1 month ago by Ruth