Abortion, some say it is a woman’s right, others are sickened by the thought of murdering a human baby fresh out of the mother’s body. Street demonstrations for abortion, against abortion, still the real horror of what happens inside the clinic is seldom described in media coverage.
Personally I believed the brain-wash media propaganda that abortion was to save the life of the mother. However I could never understand why a woman who didn’t want another child wouldn’t just use one of the many types of birth control; lacking that, become sterilized by tubular surgery.
The current lack of media coverage of the ‘baby killer’, Dr. Kermit Gosnell is unusual. Other than a few cable and network news sources (main stream media) little has been said of the carnage that was carried out in the abortion clinic of Gosnell.
Many of us are old enough to remember the Vietnam War protesters who called the military ‘baby killers’, they would throw packets containing urine, spit upon on soldiers as they arrived home until they were forced to travel in civilian clothes. The attack on the military went on for years, even when the War on Terror became unfavorable, the same group that ignore the latest ‘baby killer’ abortion Dr. Gosnell, the military is accused of murder of civilians, including children in Afghanistan.
Why is one a crime and another a ‘right’?
David Kupelian of World Net Daily has an outstanding story that explains this gaping difference – the lack of media coverage of Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s murderous rampage against helpless babies and the current media attention to the current ‘baby killer’.
“Have you wondered why the jury in the Kermit Gosnell multiple-baby-murder trial in Philadelphia is taking such a long time reaching a verdict?
This may be the real reason why:
For most of us, the death of a child is just about the most tragic event we can imagine.
The Sandy Hook massacre was so overwhelmingly gut-wrenching because the victims were mostly young children. Likewise, news reports about the Boston Marathon bombing emphasize the fact that, of the three people killed, one was an 8-year-old boy – as if to highlight the uniquely great loss of a child.
In the world of crime, one of the most incomprehensible acts is baby-murder. We’re outraged at the widespread sex-selective infanticide of newborn girls in China. And recent headlines like “Georgia boys face murder charges after cold-blooded killing of infant being strolled by mother” and “Black teens murder white baby for the fun of it” cause us to shake our heads and wonder, How could anyone possibly sink so low as to kill a baby?”
Kuplian continues to explain why he believes no reporters were in the court room for the trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell:
“In this strange parallel world, the same killing of a baby that in the real world outrages us and results in prosecution, prison and possibly execution (or lifetime confinement in a high-security psychiatric lockup for the criminally insane) is mysteriously transformed into a “medical procedure” and “constitutional right,” provided for and fiercely defended by a multi-billion-dollar industry. And, funded by taxpayers.
These two worlds have collided in the trial of abortionists Kermit Gosnell. And when worlds collide, spectacular and utterly unexpected things sometimes occur.
The collision of these two warring worlds in the Gosnell case – the one world where killing a baby is a capital crime, and the other where killing the same baby is a “woman’s fundamental right” – forces us to confront an all-important question: Where did the killing occur??