Meh. If I see something at all new in Freepers' callous politicization, I'll make a post about it. In the meantime...
These Planned Parenthood videos were a shot in the arm for the Pro-Life zealots, but since the outrage still hinges on when a fetus becomes a baby, no one else seems to care about fetal tissue donation. So these righteous warriors are left all het' up, with nowhere to go (except maybe a government shutdown!). This has resulted in some spectacular religious drama. Including a story that's been making the rounds about how Satanic rituals and spellcasting are all over abortion (choice quote: "In that particular one, which was probably one of the more heinous abortions I had ever done, the doctor reached in, ripped the baby out and threw it onto the floor where these women were swaying. The women looked like they were possessed, and when the doctor threw the baby out to them, they cannibalized the baby." .
Having been burned before, most Freepers are smart enough not to buy such a story. But they still think Satan is stalking the halls of Planned Parenthood:
MeganC is skeptical, but wants an investigation after arresting everyone:
This story makes my “warning bells” ring.GeronL is on board:
It just smacks of the kind of story that the left would feed to us and PRAY that we’d run with so they could discredit us with hoots and mockery about how we’re complaining about SATAN!!! at Planned Parenthood.
Yeah, I think I’d like to come back to this AFTER Planned Parenthood is defunded and their officers and staff put in prison where they belong.
ebb tide is even more into this idea, and has a story:I want the USA back makes the connection!
Thanks for posting this, Mark. I believe every word of it.This could be bilge but I don’t doubt that for many of the abortionists and abortion worshippers this is their religion.
I have prayed outside an abortion clinic. And I have seen people turn around in the parking lot after seeing us. Onetime, a man and his teenage daughter came back months later to give us each a framed photo of the new baby in their family that was almost murdered at that clinic.
As Rush says, abortion is their sacrament.wbill is cool with all the human sacrifice and orgies, but one detail was too far:
I had never made the connection between feminazis, abortionists and wiccans. This article showed me.
Lost me at “dungeons and dragons”.If you want to read stories about proto-Freepers playing D&D, that's about half this thread.
I’ve played DnD for nearly 40 years - mostly in HS and college. (No time now, with jobs and family). Never saw or even heard of something like what’s described. Most of the guys who played were a bunch of undersexed dorks. We didn’t have time for nonsense like the author was spouting, we were too busy being nerds, or thinking about girls.
This reads like something a liberal cooked up, thinking it would push conservative buttons. Don’t take the bait.
ForAmerica axiomatically invokes Satan:
Not a fan of Planned Parenthood but somehow, I doubt this guy is telling the truth.cva66snipe didn't bother with this article - he had already read some other melodramatic book:
Well satanist and PP are like peanut and butter.
I didn’t read the article but I have read at least one book exposing satanic rituals. “Day of Deception” perhaps is the most easy to read and an eye opener for parents. The coveted of things for rituals is things like baby fat to make into candles. They seek the pure and innocent to try and if it were spiritually possible defile them to use for an offering to the devil himself.markomalley posted the article, so he likes the supernatural angle:
There are any number of other sources documenting connections between the occult and abortion, as well as occult rituals being performed on aborted babies.markomalley backs up his assumption with this anecdote:
So while this guy may be full of it, there are plenty of examples that indicate that it is not total lunacy.
Do you remember this from 2012?markomalley also finds great significance in a picture of a clinic:
Exorcism prayers preceded closing of Illinois abortion clinic
For decades, local Catholics had maintained a prayerful presence outside an abortion clinic in Rockford, Illinois, but the clinic remained open.
According to Kevin Rilott of the Rockford Pro-Life Initiative, the tide began to turn in 2009 when Bishop Thomas Doran granted priests permission to recite prayers of exorcism outside the Northern Illinois Women’s Center. At times, four priests would stand outside the four corners of the building and recite the prayers together.
“Within two to three weeks of priests saying these prayers, the number of abortions began to drop,” said Rilott. “Over a few months, the number of abortions was cut in half and the numbers of women seeking our help probably doubled. The clinic, which had been performing 25-75 abortions a week for years, also reduced its days of business from three to two.”
In late 2011, the State of Illinois temporarily suspended the clinic’s license; in January, the clinic announced that it would not reopen its doors.