Skip to comments.Abortion must end
Posted on 03/24/2014 1:16:37 PM PDT by BlatherNaut
We generally avoid dwelling on matters covered at length in regular media or in blogs - but things are at times just so brutally perverted we cannot avoid speaking up.
Never has the comparison between the worst genocides of the 20th century and the horror of abortion been more appropriate than in the news that several units of the National Health Service (NHS) of the United Kingdom have been using the remains of aborted and miscarried babies as fuel. May these tiny brothers and sisters of ours whose remains were burned for production of energy, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
This is an opportunity also to speak to your more reticent friends and family members, acquaintances and coworkers about abortion. The brutality of this is just so great that it opens a door to the hearts of many, who can then begin to understand how horrid the abortion industry is, how it is against all that is good and beautiful and promising in mankind. Do not shirk from it: conversion is at hand also when we force others to understand the full truth of what the culture of death really entails.
On the eve of the celebration of the conception of Our Lord on the Annunciation to Our Lady, may God have mercy on us:
Parce, Domine, parce populo tuo: ne in aeternum irascaris nobis.
God may have mercy on the righteous, but He will have no mercy upon these people. May the ovens explode and engulf the staff of these slaughter mills in flames.
Section 6. The Militia and the standing army of 1,000. So as to insure and guarantee the rights guaranteed in this Constitution, every natural born male in the Republic of Maine, upon reaching the age of 18 years from conception through age 67 years from conception, has, as a member of the Militia, the obligation to keep and bear arms for the common defense, for his and his families protection, to defend against this government or any government in the future from becoming oppressive, tyrannical, or in any other way obnoxious to freedom, and to secure the rights written in this Constitution. This obligation shall never be questioned. No law shall be passed that restricts this obligation, except for time in a local jail, county jail or Maine Republic prison. No law shall be passed, test given, or fee assessed to any citizen of the Republic of Maine, age 18 from the age of conception, both male and female, that would restrict in any way that citizens right to be armed either concealed or open. Males who are found to be or confess to being homosexuals are refused entry and from serving in either the Militia or the standing army. Males over the age of 67 may be voluntary members of the Militia with the full rights of Militia members. Natural born males between the age of 16 years from conception to 18 years from conception may volunteer for Militia service with the written permission of parents or guardians. The standing army of 1,000 shall be drawn from the Militia by the commander of the Militia and is under the command of the commander of the Militia who is appointed by and reports directly to the President.
Section 7. All human life is precious and a gift from God. Age is counted from the moment life begins, which is at the moment of conception and as such, all human life is protected from conception to death and has the full rights of this Constitution from conception. Any citizen of the Republic of Maine may use what ever force he or she deems necessary to protect human life. All abortions are considered first degree premeditated murder, children are entrusted, by God the Creator to that child's parents and as such are the responsibility of the parents, not the state, no level of Government whether local, county or Republic is to, in any way, over rule a parent in the rearing, educating, and/or influencing that child in any way.
Section 7. Education. All education is left to the local community, to the parents first and foremost and then to the city, town or community in which the family resides. The counties and the Republic are explicitly denied any role in a child's education with the exception of Militia members while on duty and prisoners while in the care of the county jail or prison of the Republic. The first and foremost responsibility to teach a child Religion, obedience, patriotism, loyalty, righteousness, and to be a productive member of society rest squarely upon the shoulders of the parent(s), the local communities role is to support and reinforce that parental responsibility.
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