After the Abortion Sentence: The Continuing Wave of Violence in the United States

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Since the draft ruling was announced in May, more than 100 incidents have been recorded across the country.

Washington, DC (kath.net/mk) At least ten churches and pro-life organizations across the United States have been vandalized this week by radical pro-choice individuals and groups. The wave of violence has continued since early May, when a draft Supreme Court ruling to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling was leaked to the media. Since then, in the past two months, LifeNews has documented more than 100 incidents of vandalism, property damage (eg through graffiti), arson or rioting at demonstrations in the USA.

Paul’s Pregnancy Center in Minnesota has been vandalized seven times in the past five years. However, one employee notes that prayers are being held for those responsible for these attacks. While life-saving organizations work to bolster security, Republican politicians are calling on the Biden administration to provide more state protection against violence and explicitly condemn it as terrorism.

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Wisdom – a saying 3 hours ago

man from the beginning

When will the death penalty be reinstated? If uterine homicide is required, when is the death penalty required again?
What would the killers say:
“I only miscarried after 20 or 30 years too late!”
Or in the case of hatred: “If your mother had aborted you, we would have escaped you!”
What will our youth experience?!
Does prayer still help? Thank God!


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Tonya 5 hours ago

man from the beginning

It is wrong and dangerous to talk about life in the making
“Obviously there is no potential life and it does not evolve, so it is clear that what arose through germ cell fusion and is human from the beginning is, yes, an unmistakably unique individual.”
German Medical Journal 14/2001


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Chris 2 6 hours ago

Already attached 7 times?

When do you plan to put them under police protection? And what does Biden do about it? – Further fueling terrorism by fueling the issue. A typical leftist: Always accuse your political opponent of exactly what you are doing to yourself…


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Bernard Joseph 6 hours ago

@Marcus, the person with the letter C – it’s all about the propaganda today in the media

The truth in press coverage does not matter in the mainstream media. Remarkable is the open hatred now pouring out from the mainstream media towards everything they consider to be Christian. Thus marriage is destroyed as the union of man and woman, natural races are abolished, and people boast that they do not believe in God, but continually swear by morals, which without reference to God eventually becomes an empty model for arbitrary interpretation. Of course, left-wing Jacobins don’t know what any other meaning in this world of decisive nihilism should be. Hedonism, unbridled living out of lust, becomes the only purpose in life and a life that becomes normal is unpleasant. Culturally, secular societies today are only characterized by decadence.


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Bernard Joseph 6 hours ago

You have to say it loud and clear

The often lauded Free West has always been a fantasy. In the USA there is a fanatical and puritanical secularism raging in a part of the population, which clearly aims to erase everything Christian from the culture – see gender, transgender, etc.. Man in his technical possibilities, beyond which man transcends all moral objections. Life, especially what becomes, has no value there, it becomes something that can also be discarded. This is how humanity is dehumanized and returned to barbarism. It is remarkable that those cultures no longer considered life sacred and worthy of protection, which considered themselves high. Even the mantra “My belly is mine” proves the primal level into which the spiritualist fell in the meantime.


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Marcus, who with C 7 hours ago

And our ‘Quality Journalism’

Just reports of the storming of the Capitol and that Donald Trump is guilty as hell. There is no mention of the Capitol storming or other crimes such as false accusation of crimes in Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination hearings.


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