Fri Sep 7, 2012 - 9:36 am EST
Sandra Fluke’s war on womanhood
September 7, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Sandra Fluke’s speech at the Democratic National Convention yesterday (which you can view here) leaves one scratching one’s head in bewilderment wondering how America managed to raise such a disgruntled, disillusioned woman—and that a political party thought it appropriate to give her a national audience at which to spew her venom.
When Fluke lamented during her speech that “too many women are shut out and silenced” liberal columnist Kirsten Powers wondered on Twitter if Fluke was talking about Saudi Arabia or the United States.
“Women are ‘silenced’? Please…I find this speech so offensive as a woman,” she tweeted. “The idea that women are silenced victims.”
Powers tweeted that Fluke should “visit Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and then see how she feels about how the US treats women…I hope that any young girl who saw that Fluke speech has someone to tell her it’s a lie.”
What insidious fear compels Fluke to endorse a presidential candidate who would make sure, in her words, that “we’d have the right to choose”? What is this “right to choose” that Fluke is so fearful about losing and that seems to embody the spirit of many disgruntled and disenchanted women across America?
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The right to choose is euphemistic for the right of a mother to kill the innocent child within her womb through extremely violent means. Choice is euphemistic for the hideous dismemberment, grotesque decapitation, suction of a ripped apart body, and burning poisoning of the youngest members of the human family.
When did being a woman come to be synonymous with the right to destroy human life in the name of “choice”?
Women around the world have swallowed a detestable lie that a person’s identity can somehow be separated from his or her biological body. This lie has women believing that freedom can only be found once she has separated her personal identity from the procreative potential of her body. Women are told that this will give them sexual freedom and make them more like men. Living this lie necessitates contraception, which effectively separates a woman from her feminine fertility, and abortion to cover up the mistakes that will arise when contraceptive technologies fail.
Are 54 million aborted babies really women’s empowerment? Is the legal killing of the most innocent really what equality looks like?
Women like Fluke who accept this detestable lie, have thereby rejected the glorious beauty and radiant splendor of what is really at the core of a woman’s being, namely her profound ability to procreate, to form a new life, to carry that life within her for nine months, to birth that new life into the world, and to nourish that life until it reaches independence.
The life-creating potential and nurturing capacities that belong to a woman’s very nature are most marvelous. But in the name of so-called freedom, Fluke and others want to elect a president who will support them in rendering their feminine bodies sterile and who will aid them in killing their offspring when their sterility strategy fails.
If such women are the prodigies of American feminism, then the time has come for everyone to stand back and take a good hard look at the whiny, petulant, self-obsessed, and grating monsters that American feminism has produced. Yes, take a good hard look at the cruel inhumane feminine despots who rant on national television about the absolute right to destroy their womanhood and kill their offspring.
Women like Fluke are not fighting against the alleged “War on Women”; they are in fact its biggest perpetrators. Contraception and abortion have separated women from their true selves. Depraved men, capitalizing on this unnatural separation, have used and abused women’s bodies like never before. Women are commonly degraded as objects for recreation, pleasure, and profit. They are dehumanized and depersonalized through pornography and prostitution. Their so-called “freedom to choose” has not exalted them, but has effected their very reduction and abasement. Women’s “right to choose” has not led to freedom, but to the meanest form of slavery and servitude. It has made women believe that they only way they can be equal and free is by killing their own children.
American or any nation cannot honor and respect women as they truly deserve until every man, woman, and child has learned the meaning of these words: “Blessed is the fruit of your womb.”