The testimonies mount up

They say we create these stories, that they’re anti-choice propaganda. Yet more and more stories come out from people who have owned abortion clinics, worked in them as staff, or performed them.

The latest revelation comes from a former employee of George Tiller – a worthwhile read.  Luhra Tivis tells of the training she received to promote abortion services at the clinic, where she worked as a clerk – very consistent with reports coming out of the seductive and misleading techniques observed at Planned Parenthood clinics.

Her stories of the “funeral services” held after the abortions for the families who had chosen to kill their children – far too often babies with nothing wrong with them, except that their parents had decided they weren’t wanted – confirm emails I’ve received with photos of these bizarre and horrific, almost diabolical displays of grief and “Christian” memorializing.

Truly, we live in a sick society that kills its children and then tries to pretend that it is all an act of God. One of the two hallmarks of paganism in the ancient world was human sacrifice: can we continue to pretend that our culture is only going through a cyclic swing away from strong traditional morality, and will eventually right itself?


3 Responses to The testimonies mount up

  1. Ninja says:

    Makes you kinda wonder why people who are Christian and have abortions forget the “Thy will be done” part in the prayers?

  2. Vigilante says:

    Thanks to the assassination of George Tiller, I have become a believer in late-term abortion.

    Trust Women.

  3. Laura says:

    The wrong of Tiller’s murder does NOT justify or glorify the wrongs he committed. If you believe in late term abortion, I suggest you have always done so and only now are trying to justify your very ill-formed decision by another ill-formed choice: glorifying the practitioner of late-term abortions.

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