"Infanticide in America Center"

"Abortion" is a secular-humanist euphemism that is misleading at best. It is a term used to disguise the fact we are killing babies in the womb in the most brutal fashion conceivable (no pun intended). I once tried to buy space in a local paper for a poem I wrote about abortion, referring to Molock, the ancient idol to which parents sacrifice their children by throwing them into the mouth of the hollow idol in which a fire was burning at furnace like intensity. They would not print anything against abortion, not even a paid advertisement, even though I not saying anything about Planned Parenthood or any other group that was not public knowledge. That is the way that society denies the reality of abortion--by keeping all dissent stifled.

The denier says, "I didn't kill my baby, I aborted a fetus, a blob of tissue." But the truth is, the babies are not fetuses or blobs of tissue. The truth is the babies are not "aborted," they are killed and murdered. When you take an animal's life, you have killed it. Everyone acknowledges that fact, and would be considered a lunatic to dispute it. But when you take a human being's life, killed the human being, this fact is disputed! How can this be, in a supposedly sane, advanced, progressive society? Let us look at the whole "question" not as man, who is utterly confused, sees it. Let us look at it as the Creator of all human life sees it. Just because a baby is in the womb, makes no difference with God the Creator. He holds us responsible for murder if you kill that baby. The Bible regards babies in the womb as human beings, with no such categories as "trimesters" or terms such as "fetus" or "embryo", as human beings--and speaks of prophets being "called in the womb."

John the Baptist, in the womb of his mother Elizabeth, recognized Jesus in the womb of his mother Mary, and kicked with joy! This may have seemed a little farfetched to some readers of the Book of Luke, but it no longer is, since evidence has come to light that babies in the womb recognize their mother's voice as well as other things going on around them.

The general public, the legislatures, the courts, and the so-called experts can debate all they like. With God the discussion is over--He considers them, while in the womb, as human beings with the full, unretractable, extra-legislated, God-given right to live. And, there are very important social considerations as well. How do we know when we kill an unborn baby that we are not killing an instrumental man or woman of God, or a great musician, or a scientist who would discover the cure of AIDS or cancer? Who will work to support the social services in the future on which we all will come to depend? Who will pay the taxes to fund them if we kill off the younger generation by the millions (forty million unborn babies have been killed since the Roe vs. Wade decision authorizing infanticide for "medical" reasons, which quickly became infanticide for convenience sake).

We simply are touching God's most precious creation, the helpless human life in the womb, smashing it with a sledgehammer, which is murder in God's eyes, a breaking of His commandment, "Thou shalt not kill." We are also killing, murdering, putting to death, our own future and the good of society for some short-term benefit we think is more important. Infanticide must be stopped. It dehumanizes and ultimately destroys a society. Where is Imperial Rome? Where is the once glorious classical Greece? They practiced infanticide routinely. Yes, infanticide also brings divine judgment, not just on individuals practicing it but on entire nations and empires.

Over in Communist China visitors have observed fields strewn with what they thought at first were small animal carcasses. It turned out, on closer inspection, that the bodies were not animals, they were aborted infants. Could anything be more hideous? China will pay dearly for this evil practice! China is already paying, for there are now about 60 million young Chinese men who will never find a bride in China--the girls are the first to be aborted and the boy is kept, due to China's one-child-per-family eugenics policy.

State-promoted and enforced infanticide like China's is carried out all over a demographically declining Europe, except that they are too fastidious to do as China does, they don't yet throw the bodies out on to the open fields to decay and be eaten by wild critters like rats and feral cats and dogs. In the "culturally enlightened" Netherlands, a survey of doctors was taken recently, and the vast majority of doctors said they definitely would not recommend adoption as an alternative to their patients who were considering or had chosen abortion. They made the lame, secular humanist excuse that to do so would be to go against their patients' express wishes, as they had already made their decisions! So, in the grand, old, decadent Netherlands, the mother's wishes to kill her own children becomes more sacred than life itself, becomes more protected and respected than the helpless human life in the womb! Who asked the unborn child if it wants to live or not? Nobody! We don't have to ask! Naturally, the child wants to live, with every atom of its being! What makes these doctors in the Netherlands, who have such a low regard for human life and its sanctity, any different in kind from Death Camp Nazi doctors in World War II who operated on and killed Jewish children in wierd experiments on the operating table?

In America too infanticide is killing millions of unborn babies, year after year. We are just more sanitary and cosmetic about our own "killing fields--using zip lock bags to package the baby's organs for sale for high profits and then disposing of the rest in landfills. Babies used to be dumped by the thousands and even the millions in trash cans for routine garbage truck pickup behind the tens of thousands of abortion mills in America, but overflowing trash cans raided by dogs and cats and raccoons spilled babies and their severed heads, arms, and various organs out, and this attracted dogs and flies and some shocked spectators--so the policy was changed (thank you, Planned Parenthood--but tell me please, how can you "parent" a murdered unborn baby??--thank you for being the world's biggest infanticide provider and also managing to be tax funded to the tune of over 100 million a year!). What a wonderful America you have created in place of the one that formerly respected and upheld the sanctity of life and protected children, born or unborn. But God's holy eye sees Planned Parenthood too, and He is angry with all of us! We will all pay dearly for this wanton, unconscionable murder and slaughter of the innocent unborn babies for profit and convenience and even political support of the Democratic Party that has championed "abortion" and "privacy" on demand.

I believe Pastor Hagee of Cornerstone Church, San Antonio, when he says God will demand thirty (now forty) million lives of Americans to pay for the murdered unborns. We will soon be paying, after the downpayment of the lives taken on 9/11 and by Hurricane Katrina and other disasters, those forty million lives. Could they be yours and mine and our families? Are we innocent? Will we escape the wrath-judgment that must fall on America if God is a Just God?--and make no mistake, He is a Just God.

I hope to see soon America's greatest shame (other than the way the Indians are being treated and were treated) wiped away by repentance bringing the end of infanticide, and a memorial rise to the Holocaust of the Unknown Infants murdered in America due to Roe vs. Wade. If there is a memorial like this one, a baby hand in bronze will jut from the simple stone toward the mother who comes to honor her dead child.

"The Ballad of the Unknown Child," by Eben

A Musical score is available:

A complete symphonic score for the music, composed by Patti Leng with the above tune by Karen Nolde and the lyrics by Ronald Ginther, is available on request by churches and groups who wish to do concerts or programs dealing with helping and ministering to post-abortion traumatized individuals. This music and the lyrics were shared with the local CareNet clinic director in Tacoma, Puyallup, Federal Way, and now Gig Harbor, and was well received. It has also been performed by a local church, and has possibly spread to other states and churches outside Washington. You can write to Ronald Ginther, P.O. Box 212, Puyallup, WA 98371 to request a copy, but it will need a payment covering the cost of the reproduction of the score's 36 pages.

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