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  1. Fred Thornton
    December 4, 2021 @ 10:53 am

    It is a curious thing, seems a bit backwards to me. I’ve heard, just hearsay but no reason to doubt the source, that in many of the Oriental cultures it is a standard belief that life begins at the moment of conception. Allowing for the expansion of Oriental thought into the Western cultures it is an interesting point well worthy of a deep thought investigation that it is the Conservative political elements who are championing that idea into the American culture and juris prudence.

    From all other factors in play I would have thought it would be the remaining legitimate Liberal social elements who would be defending the rights of the pre-born, but no. It’s not. At most they are sitting mute while the fauxLiberal (who usurped their reputation) are demonstrating the exact same degree of self righteous outrage at the idea of losing the right to have an abortion that the most fervent of the 2nd Amendment advocates display at the idea of losing the right to own a personal firearm!

    Coincidence? Maybe, or maybe not. The Conspiracy Theorist in me demands I take a look at something so deeply contradictory which is also so deeply ingrained into the culture. Such confusion by contradiction is where evil loves to operate, if you have the ambition of defending psyche and soul from such wickedness you need to be able to see things for what they are in both reality and rhetoric.

    Think I’ll start my thunkings on the subject from two initial assumptions.

    First, I’m going to go with the multi-cultural “Life Begins at Conception” concept. A reference standard concept of fixed and finite definition to use for a navigation beacon while operating in and on such troubled and occult terrain.

    Second, I’m going to assume that the identical degree of anxiety and angst displayed (by the abortion crowd and the gun nuts) is evidence indicating a common fear, a common need never to be admitted even and especially by the players where I’m suspecting their entire game is trying to keep something concealed… from themselves.

    What might be the common element between them that neither can admit, and neither can abandon? Pretty obvious. They BOTH NEED TO FEEL THEY HAVE THE RIGHT TO KILL AT WILL. Since the only real difference between the two is when the killing should occur my thoughts are going to be chasing “why do they think the when of the issue is more important than the whats and the whys involved when it comes to the self judgment of their own conscience?” I’ll get back to ya’ when I’ve got something to offer on that one.