Latter day feminists think abortion is not just fine, it's holy.
Wrote Debi Jackson, owner of Cincinnati Women's Services abortion mill, in a web post recently:
Imagine... that a woman may create a ceremony... to be performed during the abortion or afterwards with family and friends in attendance... She may have a circle of women friends take part in the procedure itself - an ancient ritual of fertility, life, death, and rebirth....
A Cincinnati City Beat article last year included a photo of Debi, "practic[ing] an ancient Chinese calming ritual.... Harmonic vibrations caused by rubbing the dragon bowl's brass handles create wavelets and jumping water."
I'll tell you what's jumping, Debi. My skin is, that's what, you sicko.
Read today's column, "The lunatic fringe goes mainstream," on WorldNetDaily.com.
Come on, she represents a very small percentage of the pro-choicers. We are reasonable and believe that a women's right to choose what to do with her body is a greater right than a fetus' right to live under the U.S. Constitution. There are just as many people like this women on your side that try to bomb abortion clinics.Posted by: Joseph Grigoletti at May 24, 2006 7:56 PM
Please tell me Joe when does someone have sufficient right to life/survive? can someone lose their right through infirmity or old age? does someone who is severely mentally disabled ever acquire such a right? if not ... then are these folks killable - just as is a fetus with inferior rights?
can a conscious adult lose this right?Posted by: John McDonell at May 24, 2006 10:00 PM
Gotta love the loving word, "fetus". How's that for trying to talk yourself into being ok with what your really doing---killing a baby.Posted by: Lou at May 25, 2006 11:21 AM
You may recall that during the Stalinist era, someone in the Soviet Union concluded that "people need rituals." (So had Adolph Hitler.} In the Soviet Union, marriage palaces were built -- to replace sacramental marriage. Naming ceremonies replaced baptism.
And most of the people saw right through this.
This is a substitution of pagan religion, having it bless evil, redefining everything holy and good, redefining evil as sacred, etc.Posted by: Mary Kathryn at May 25, 2006 5:57 PM
Debbie failed to mentioned how she would involve her channelling crystal in this "ceremony," so I thought she might just shove that crystal... no, not there. Actually she should shove it in one ear and out the other as I'm sure the crystal would meet with no obstruction.
PaulPosted by: Paul at May 25, 2006 6:03 PM
Sick, sick, sick. They have really lost it.
Unreal. Good story about the depths some will sink in the name of "religion," like terrorists praising Allah while they cut off your head.Posted by: Mark Allen at May 25, 2006 6:08 PM
I wonder why the African-American community has failed to notice these harridans are also celebrating the death of hundreds of thousands of little black babies, mostly girls. Do you suppose it would be a good idea to tell them what is going on in Planned Parenthood's little Buchenwalds?Posted by: Dr. Gerald at May 25, 2006 6:10 PM
Thanks for the heads up. They sound like witches to me. Turning the gruesome anti-child experience into a sacrifice to... whom, I wonder.Posted by: J. T. at May 25, 2006 6:17 PM
When I read the ceremony part that you quote, my first reaction was to recall the suicide scene from the movie, Soylent Green. It, too, was full of beautiful scenes of fields of flowers and oceans and had beautiful music.
These people have truly become worshipers of death. I feel so sorry for them and their souls.Posted by: Bette at May 25, 2006 6:19 PM
Thanks for the great column. You did a great job of casting light on those lunatics. You said, "I'll tell you what's jumping, Debi. My skin is, that's what, you sicko." No one can say it more accurately than that.
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Info at www.HisSheepTracks.com/thebook.shtmlPosted by: Dennis at May 25, 2006 6:22 PM
I thought I'd seen and heard it all. I thought I couldn't be shocked anymore. But the words of Debi Jackson you reprinted in your article are the most sick, twisted, depraved words I've ever seen. It reads like a satanic ritual involving human sacrifice. This woman is seriously deranged.Posted by: Doug at May 25, 2006 6:24 PM
Let me set the scene of an abortion:
1. set the music, (by which to kill your offspring)
2. then you invite your clergy, (satan), to rationalize your child's murder.
I agree with Jan assessment that this woman is a sicko and probably in need of deliverance.
Lord, I lift her up to you for you to deliver and heal. Lead her to a life of repentance so that she may honor you by teaching the truth. In your Holy Name. Amen.Posted by: Karen at May 25, 2006 11:03 PM
George Tiller's abortion clinic has long done "Christian" baptism ceremonies for the babies he has killed (and he does call them babies and shows their bodies to the parents). Baptisms are performed by people who call themselves "reverend."
These supposedly comforting rituals may become more common as the risk of emotional devestation becomes more widely known. Apparently clinics don't really like all the women talking about their horrible experiences with abortion and want to see if these rituals can help.
However, going by the experiences of some of Tiller's patients, the rituals were NOT comforting...read about it at www.dr-tiller.com
It's especially bizarre that she mentions celebrating fertility--Debi Jackson needs to wake up to post-abortive women's very real pain and find a good way to truly honor fertility--maybe by celebrating the fact that women bring new life into the world instead of encouraging a brutal, unnatural act that stops new life. (And maybe she should talk to women devestated by infertility caused by abortion)Posted by: Kate at June 15, 2006 10:37 PM