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Damnable-Vile-Demonic Pro-Abortion Video

22 Jan

On this 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, the Center For Reproductive Rights has released an abominable video featuring actor Mehcad Brooks speaking as if the Court decision was an actual person. The context celebrates the brutal murder of over 50 million innocent babies in the womb.

With music playing in the background to set the mood for this perverted scene,  the reprobate actor states,“An anniversary like this is not something you forget, no no no no baby, it is something that you fight for. That’s exactly what I’m going to do, baby. Fight.”

He then ends with devilish glee and demonic laughter.

rgh

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9 Comments

Posted by on January 22, 2013 in Abortion, Video

 

9 responses to “Damnable-Vile-Demonic Pro-Abortion Video

  1. Darren Whiddon

    January 22, 2013 at 10:25 pm

    The Father must look into the Lamb’s eyes to find mercy for such a sinner. However, around the Lamb are the slain, crying “How long o Lord until you avenge our blood?” “Just a little while longer”‘, says The Lord.

     
  2. Mike DeNatale

    January 23, 2013 at 2:20 am

    Reblogged this on Blogging for Wisdom and commented:
    This is one of the most vile ads I have ever seen. Even if you are pro-choice I don’t know how you could run an ad like this. I challenge anyone to defend this.

     
  3. Leslie

    January 23, 2013 at 9:20 am

    this truly is antagonizing…Lord Jesus come!

     
  4. Brandon

    January 24, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    This video is awesome. Roe v. Wade was a monumental decision that fought for the liberty of all women to decide for themselves when and how to reproduce. A woman’s right to choose for her own body when and how to reproduce is her right as an American and as a Human Being. No one is infringing on your right to believe whatever you want and to act on those beliefs when it comes to your body. Do whatever you want, no one is saying you can’t, if you don’t believe abortion is the answer then by all means don’t get one. It is not your right however to prevent others from exercising that option. Gay marriage uses this same principle, if you don’t like the idea, don’t get one but for the love of whatever you pray to leave the option open for the ones that choose to exercise it. You all want small government until it comes to running our personal lives back to the 50s. And I’ll admit that I’m an atheist and believe life begins at birth. The difference between liberals and conservatives is that liberals want liberties provided to all americans whether we agree with them or not, conservatives want to close the doors on all freedoms that they don’t agree with.

    Also what’s the deal with Louisiana trying to teach creationism in public school science classes? That is completely unconstitutional! What do you do with muslim student who doesn’t believe in the standard christian creation story? It’s also not science! Show me one piece of evidence that supports intelligent design. Just one. Not evidence that pokes holes in evolution. I’m talking physical evidence that directly supports creation.

     
    • RGH

      January 25, 2013 at 10:13 pm

      John Reyes did a well toned, prophetic response Brandon. Also, the Gospel [all men are sinfully depraved-unable and unwilling to free themselves apart from the saving work of Christ sinless life,substitutionary death, entombed burial and eternal resurrection made effectual by the Holy Spirit] inherently contains the convincing power of God unto regeneration. It alone stands as our sufficient response.

       
  5. John Reyes

    January 25, 2013 at 8:03 pm

    Greetings,

    I would like to comment in response to Brandon’s diatribe against Christianity and more specifically his unapologetic defense of the Center For Reproductive Rights video “Happy “40th” Roe v. Wade” To say that such a video is “awesome” exposes the utter depravity of Brandon’s heart. To rejoice over the senseless murder of unborn people is reprehensible. In the history of man, murdering an innocent person has never been a positive monumental decision for the victim.

    Roe v. Wade declared war on the most vulnerable, voiceless and choiceless of all human life, the unborn infant child, who, I am sure, if he or she could could speak from the grave (or should I say from the trash can or the medical waste truck) would not consider his/her murder as being “awesome”. Perhaps Brandon has never seen an abortion. Perhaps he doesn’t realize that abortion is an murderous act against a child who is a separate entity (has a separate body) from the woman who carries the child. A woman does not have two hearts; a woman does not have four arms; a woman does not have four legs or two heads, at least not according to a basic biology text book.

    Therefore when a woman has an abortion she is infringing and imposing herself on another human being. In other words, abortion is the ultimate bullying, the premeditated, malicious taking of another person’s life! That is not liberty, that is oppression!

    Brandon’s argument stating that if we don’t agree with abortion then we shouldn’t have one is absurd on its face! Because I am not black, should I never speak against the injustice of American slavery or for the civil rights of African Americans? Because I am not a Jew should I not speak out against the gassing of the Jews in Nazi Germany? Because I am not a Somalian, should I stand silent against the gouging out of eyes, the slitting of throats and the gang-raping of girls by Ethiopian troops? Come on, that would utterly preposterous!

    At the end of the day, the argument is about “Who is Lord?” Brandon thinks that man has the authority to decide who should live and die. His mantra is “My body, my rights, my choice!” This is a worldview that is diametrically opposed to the Biblical worldview that would say, “Not my will, But Yours be done!” Brandon’s worldview is a damning worldview, and those who hold to it will spend an eternity separated from Christ in a literal hell.

    With that being said, I hope that Brandon would repent and trust in Jesus Christ alone for salvation. Until then, he will continue to be led by his cravings and informed by his darkened understanding.

    Rev. John D. Reyes

     
  6. RGH

    January 25, 2013 at 10:16 pm

    Well toned, intellectually consistent, and prophetically articulated!
    Thx John

     
  7. grace jones

    January 28, 2013 at 1:28 pm

    It is not up to John Reyes to determine who will and will not spend an eternity separated from Christ. Matthew 7:22 states, “Many will say to me on that day, “Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and perform many miracles? Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you, away from me, you evildoers.” (NIV) Have you ever performed a miracle John, or Richard Hanner for that matter? Driven out any demons lately? I think I can say with all certainty that anyone who talks to another human being with as little love as you displayed in your post does not know anything about the grace of God. We live in a godless generation, where one out of five pregnancies is terminated through abortion. Judgment has and will fall. My question is why is the church so ineffective? Why does the church only shine its light in places that are already well-lit? Why is the Spirit silenced in our generation? Why is the only voice our culture sees coming from the church filled with condemnation and judgment? Why continue to paint houses eaten up by termites. Only the power of the Holy Spirit can change our culture, can turn people’s hearts. I think people like you, John Reyes, and Richard Hanner need to realize that the wisest thought you will ever think is foolishness compared to the wisdom of God. All you rhetoric does is distance you from the people you could be reaching.

     

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