“In 1973, when abortion became the “law of the land” by judicial fiat, pro-lifers warned that one day it would lead to infanticide. “Get real!” abortion proponents retorted:
“Do you mean you really can’t tell the difference between a collection of cells and a newborn squalling and kicking its arms and legs?”
Sure, there’s a huge difference: They don’t look the same, just as a newborn and an adult look different, though all three have exactly the same genetic code. What advocates of the unborn were saying was that the same logic used to justify killing in the womb can be used to justify killing outside the womb.”
“According to the circulating narrative, the purpose of these ancient animal and human sacrifice events was to persuade the “gods” to put an end to extreme weather events like El Niño that were occurring at the time – the belief being that, if a steady supply of blood is sent to the gods as payment, then bad weather would cease.
It’s the type of mythical folklore that modern-day people would scoff at as just another textbook example of primitive barbarianism in action – something that’s long since been abandoned as a result of human enlightenment and “progress.” But has this type of violent human sacrifice as a conciliatory act of recompense to supposedly divine beings actually and truly ceased? Hardly.
Abortion, infanticide are just modern-day human sacrifice to appease the “gods” of unwanted pregnancy, overpopulation, climate change, and “reproductive rights”
“What if progressives on some level knew perfectly well that their policies and ideologies are completely unsustainable? They aren’t blind, and most aren’t stupid. They’re capable of reading facts and statistics, and learning from history. They know that importing millions of sharia adherents into nations with negative birthrates won’t result in social justice, women’s equality, sexual freedom, or any of the other bromides they chew on. How could it?
What if the left, secular and religious, is simply in love with destruction? “