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Yes, I’d like a side of Mac and Cheese with my Fetus Soup

Man is the noblest and the highest was written, but it was also devoid of any conscience. Even more than an animal.

If kikil oxtail soup, cooking, drinking goat, chicken soup, corn soup .. Fairs and we had our usual everyday stuff. Rabbit soup, snake soup, soup with a horse, scorpion soup, yaa … even bizarre, but it can still get the eyes and ears. But when the human baby soup? Do not say a strange man making China a baby is not weird.

Sup bayi 2 Wooo … There Baby Soup Man In China

China, add the broth a rumor of the fetus / child / baby dapan human strength and endurance of men. However, China, human baby soup called “healthy soup.” Because if the soup is made from human fetuses aged 6-8 months is halal.

According to the opinion of one of his employers, the local factory owner Tong Wan, Taiwan, 62-year-olds continue to consume the alleged “Healthy Soup”, explains the benefits of “Healthy Soup” is its ability to be able to have sex several times a night. keep WEW …

The employer does not say how the purchase price. It is just that, he says the price depends on the size of babies and young children live or die, and so on.

One of the restaurants, “healthy cooking” to give the City of San Fu-Canton. And if you’re a “healthy soup that you want to use the restaurant’s need to change your password BAIKUT.

As reported, the food is “healthy cooking” fresh not frozen presented. Which means that really a new baby aborsikan …. Yaiks …. In addition, the use of Bayo soups ingredients, the restaurant also offers menyediakanari Baby-Ari (the placenta) than in cooking, probably of sexual desire and increase the ageless medicine.

Method for production of “Healthy Soup”

Pictured above is one of the fetuses that are ready made meal “Healthy Soup”. The fetus was 5 months old, after being washed, the place above the cutting board. Spices such as Pachan, Tongseng, Tongkui, Keichi, ginger, chicken meat and Baikut, was prepared. And you can see in the picture just how the process.

According to some other sources, the fetus is consumed as a “Healthy Soup”is, they are all female fetuses. Is this a result of Chinese government policy to require a child in a family who applies to the present or just because people will be healthy food craze has reached a very damned. Clearly this action is not a civilized act.

China, add the broth a rumor of the fetus / child / baby dapan human strength and endurance of men. However, China, human baby soup called “healthy soup.” Because if the soup is made from human fetuses aged 6-8 months is halal.

Makan Syi 2 Wooo

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Homeland Security Targets Anti-Abortion Activists as Domestic Terrorists

Homeland Security Targets Anti-Abortion Activists as Domestic Terrorists

Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com

The Homeland Security unit of Charlotte’s Mecklenburg Police Department is working hard to crush the First Amendment rights of anti-abortion activists by re-characterizing protest as “stalking,” ensuring that institutions merely have to complain that they feel “threatened” in order to have police remove demonstrators.

The domestic terrorism branch of the CMPD is targeting the anti-abortion group Operation Save America because of its efforts to dissuade mothers from terminating pregnancies outside abortion mills.

“Rev. Flip Benham, the National Director of Operation Save America, will appear at the Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte to appeal a “guilty’ verdict for “stalking.” The charge of “stalking” is simply the latest of many blatant attempts by the abortion industry and the city of Charlotte to remove from the streets gentle Christians who offer mom’s a real choice at abortion mills. There have been lawsuits, injunctions, temporary restraining orders, and every other imaginable strategy, to silence the Gospel of Christ,” reports Operation Save America.

The group claims it is being targeted because its efforts have saved over a thousand babies from being aborted, representing a huge chunk of “lost revenue” for the abortion industry.

“This new North Carolina “stalking” statute is so egregious because it can be used by virtually anyone to silence the First Amendment rights of another by simply saying that he or she “feels” threatened,” states the press release.

The fact that a local unit of the DHS is flexing its muscles to silence anti-abortion voices is unsurprising given Homeland Security’s routine demonization of right to life activists as hate groups.

A d v e r t i s e m e n t

In a 2009 report distributed to law enforcement organizations entitled , “Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment,” anti-abortion activists are put on a par with white supremacists and domestic terrorists.

The wider move to re-characterize free speech activities as “stalking” or “harassment” has accelerated in recent months.

Previous stalking laws have been ruled unconstitutional because they “could undercut free-speech rights, including the media’s newsgathering ability and a citizen’s right to “redress political or legal grievances.”

The ACLU has decried a new bill that would criminalize any speech on the Internet that “has the effect of causing substantial embarrassment or humiliation to [a] person within an academic or professional community.”

Of course, legitimate criticism of public figures would fall under this category. Genuine allegations of corruption would be chilled by this law because it would create fear of reprisals.

Catholics, contraceptives and John Locke


Catholics, contraceptives and John Locke

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By Michael Gerson

It is extraordinary how far some will go to knit the random scraps and patches of events into the quilt of a narrative. So the Susan B. Komen controversy, resistance to the administration’s contraceptive mandate, a stag-party joke by Foster Friess and a cruel epithet from Rush Limbaugh somehow add up to a Republican war on women, sure to provoke the political backlash of an entire gender.

American women haven’t behaved as predicted or demanded. President Obama’s job approval has risen or, more recently, fallen independently of the chromosomal status of voters. Men and women, it turns out, resent dipping into their retirement savings to drive to work.

Recent opinion surveys on the contraceptive mandate, in particular, have shown women to be an independent-minded lot. In coverage of its own recent poll, the New York Times conceded that the views of women on this topic are “split.” By a plurality of 46 percent to 44 percent, women believe that employers should be able to “opt out” of providing birth-control coverage for religious reasons. But opinion is not really “split” on the question of whether “religiously affiliated employers, such as a hospital and university” should be able to opt out of offering coverage. Women support this proposition by 53 percent to 38 percent.

How is this possible? Americans overwhelmingly endorse contraception and regularly practice what they preach. Most believe — myself included — that child spacing and preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases are public goods. Why not impose this social consensus on all private institutions?

The answer depends on your view, not of contraception, but of pluralism and religious freedom.

One tradition of religious liberty contends that freedom of conscience is protected and advanced by the autonomy of religious groups. In this view, government should honor an institutional pluralism — the ability of people to associate, live and act in accordance with their religious beliefs, limited only by the clear requirements of public order. So Roger Williams welcomed Catholics and Quakers to the Rhode Island colony, arguing that a “Church or company of worshippers (whether true or false) .?.?. may dissent, divide, breake into Schismes and Factions, sue and implead each other at the Law, yea wholly breake up and dissolve into pieces and nothing, and yet the peace of the Citie not be in the least measure impaired or disturbed.”

There is another form of modern liberalism that defines freedom of conscience in purely personal terms. Only the individual and the state are real, at least when it comes to the law. And the state must often intervene to protect the individual from the oppression of illiberal social institutions, particularly religious ones.

This is the guiding philosophy of the American Civil Liberties Union. But as Yuval Levin, editor of National Affairs, pointed out to me, this approach has roots in the Anglo American tradition of political philosophy. John Locke’s “Letter Concerning Toleration” urges legal respect for individual conscience because “everyone is orthodox to himself.” But Locke offered no tolerance for the institution of the Catholic Church: “That Church can have no right to be tolerated by the magistrate which is constituted upon such a bottom that all those who enter into it do thereby ipso facto deliver themselves up to the protection and service of another prince.” In Locke’s view, Catholics can worship as they wish as individuals, but their institution is a danger to the liberal order.

In American history, the treatment of the Catholic Church has often been the measure of institutional religious tolerance. It is amazing how Lockean (unconsciously, one assumes) recent actions by the Obama administration have been. Catholics individuals are free to worship. Catholic institutions must be forced to reflect liberal ideals and values.

On a variety of issues, balancing individual and institutional rights isn’t easy. But the contraceptive mandate is a particularly revealing test case. One side of the controversy argues that the autonomy of religious institutions is essential to the expression of individual conscience and important to the common good. The other side believes that the moral and health choices of individuals need to be protected by government against oppressive religious groups such as the Catholic bishops. So it is not enough for contraceptives to be legal and generally available; they must be provided (directly or indirectly) by Catholic institutions to their employees.

This is the real debate on the contraceptive mandate — and the administration has not won it.
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President Obama Marks Abortion Anniversary – Happy Birthday Genocide!

President Obama Marks Abortion Anniversary – Happy Birthday Genocide!

It’s ‘celebrate infanticide week’ in President Obama’s mad, mad world. I smell a new holiday. Sicko.

(Daily Caller) President Barack Obama is marking the 38th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on abortion by calling the procedure a constitutional right he’s committed to protecting.

Obama also said in a statement Saturday that he remains committed to policies designed to prevent unintended pregnancies. And he called on Americans to recommit themselves to ensuring that, in the president’s words, “our daughters have the same rights, the same freedoms, and the same opportunities as our sons to fulfill their dreams.”

Obama said the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion affirmed what he called a “fundamental principle: that government should not intrude on private family matters.”

Anti-abortion activists will participate in an annual “March for Life” in Washington on Monday.

A ‘tribute’ to Obama’s MAD WORLD of abortion:

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