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Jun 09 2012

A Wink, a Nod, and a Dead Little Girl

There really is such a thing as discrimination against women. By far the most glaring example is the practice of aborting children for being girls. Only four states even have a law against it, and laws aren’t enough when the culture is rotted through with degenerate moonbattery — as this hidden camera video demonstrates:

On a tip from SR. Hat tips: Hot Air, LifeNews.

17 Responses to “A Wink, a Nod, and a Dead Little Girl”

  1. artfldgr says:

    selective abortion of boys isnt good either…
    notice no one is mentioning that much if at all

  2. Sarge says:

    I had no idea just how little the cost of an abortion was. Considering my wife recently had an ultra sound exam done on her thyroid and it was over nine hundred dollars.

  3. Working for me & mine says:

    Even though I am a die hard conservative. I dont like to touch on this subject often. But this is outrageous. If there was a way to choose before pregnancy that would be different. But this is nuts.

  4. wingmann says:

    The aborted heart jacket is a nice touch for this Frankenstein…she would have flourished during the Holocaust.Probably would have helped write the Nuremberg Laws.
    One can see on her face the life being sucked out of her with each LIFE she ends.
    How SAD and TRAGIC.

  5. Nancy Ping says:

    We need to end abortion and get white birth rates up.

  6. Zeek says:

    What an ugly, foul ghoul in a scrubsuit.

  7. klae says:

    Forget Mars—Earth needs women!

    “Allowed only one child, many parents abort their female children or stop trying to conceive after the birth of a boy.”

  8. KHarn says:

    “Nancy Ping says:June 9, 2012 at 10:36 am”


  9. RKae says:

    How is it that it has a gender and yet it’s still not a person in their eyes?

    These people are utterly lost.

  10. Grunt says:

    Someone’s probably already said it…but wouldn’t THIS be more like what a “war on women” looks like?

    Really…if you don’t want kids–either gender–the best way to prevent them is by not doing what makes kids.

    It has a nice side-effect of reducing the chance of catching something communicable, too.

    And why does this bring to mind thoughts of virgin females being sacrificed? Am I the only one who sees this…? BTW Excellent question, RKae!

  11. Bob Roberts says:

    So, at least in the unborn infant murder industry, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is alive and well?

  12. Bob Roberts says:

    Nancy Ping says: June 9, 2012 at 10:36 am
    While it is true that white women get the most abortions overall, because they’re still more numerous in our population, per capita I believe, at least the last statistics I saw, it’s black women followed by hispanics that get the most abortions.

    Thus it’s fair to say that it’s possible some who support abortion do so because they believe “inferiors” or “undesirables” will seek them. That’s why Margaret Sanger was so pro-abortion. She openly stated that it was a good way to keep the less desirable Americans, and I believe she was allegedly thinking about blacks, from breeding, from having children.

    True “progressive”, “liberal” agendas are hidden by layers of lies, but eventually the truth comes out.

  13. Bob Roberts says:

    Working for me & mine says: June 9, 2012 at 9:34 am

    Supposedly there are ways, but they’re not 100% certain and not necessarily widely know. Each male sperm has either a X or a Y and apparently one does better when the woman’s reproductive tract is slightly more acidic and the other does better when it is alkaline. Or so I’ve been led to believe. The pH of the woman’s reproductive system varies slightly and so, while it’s not guaranteed, knowing it, in theory, gives one a better chance of having a boy or a girl if one properly utilizes the knowledge.

    Or so I was led to believe. Supposedly research backs this up.

    artfldgr says: June 9, 2012 at 9:02 am
    For various reasons, across nations and cultures, when a choice is made it is to have boys over girls. You are correct – any decision to murder based on gender is horrendous. But the simple fact is when such a decision is made it generally is made in FAVOR of males and AGAINST females. I’ve pointed this out before, as have others (Grunt says: June 9, 2012 at 12:48 pm) – yet another way the Democrats are the ones who are engaging in various wars against women.

    And yeah, as was mentioned above, to NANCY PING: Your comment borders on being racist. While it is a concern that, with the changing demographics, we might lose who and what we are here, I think there are more appropriate ways to express it than to say, “We need to get the white birth rate up”. Plus that’s not a true “liberal” or “progressive” idea since they’re all about the world being overpopulated anyway. Perhaps you should have suggested compulsory sterilization for minorities, but then you’d be attacking “people of color”, I guess.


    RKae says:June 9, 2012 at 12:29 pm
    Excellent point. If it’s not a person, if it’s eligible to be murdered, how can it have a gender? Inhuman clumps of cells don’t have a gender.

    Or do they?

    As of the moment of conception, gender is discernable.

  14. Dr. Theo says:

    Heartbreaking. What have we become?

  15. Stephan the Original says:

    “RKae says:
    June 9, 2012 at 12:29 pm
    How is it that it has a gender and yet it’s still not a person in their eyes?”

    Very perceptive comment. Brilliant.

  16. Mr Evilwrench says:

    Gender is determined at the moment of what you would call “conception”. The eggs are all X’s, half the sperms are X’s, half Y’s (simplifying, but only somewhat). As soon as the first set of strands has been wound up, you have a cell which has unique human DNA, and is either male or female. One cell. One cell is all it takes, and as far as I’m concerned; it has all the rights of any human. Though it has many adventures and obstacles to overcome before, as well as after, birth, and it is utterly dependent on its mother until birth, it deserves all the rights any of us do until it fails, but failure may not ethically be caused. I say this as an unbeliever. There is neither religion nor faith in this, just logic.

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