Thursday, February 23, 2006

Forced Abortions

Hiya folks! Remember that slippery slope that libs say doesn't exist?

I just thought I'd let you know that Margaret Sanger is alive and well and living in Holland!
Planned Parenthood must be beside themselves right now.
Maybe they'll try to get her to run for office over here!
She'd be a shoo-in in LA or NY!

Let us fisk...
(Bold left-justified mine. ed)

From WorldNet Daily:

Mandatory abortion proposed in Holland

A health official in the Netherlands has called for a debate on the idea of forced abortion and contraception to deal with what she sees as a crisis of unwanted children.

I have some unwanted hippies and a few commies.
Is that cool, too?


Alderman Marianne van den Anker of the Leefbaar Rotterdam Party wants specifically to target communities of Antilleans and Arubans where she sees the biggest problems of unwanted children.
Read: foreigners/minorities/poor people.
Unwanted by whom, by the way? Maybe they are wanted by someone else.

Van den Anker is a mother of two children and the official in charge of Rotterdam's health and security portfolios.
I'll bet those kids don't back-talk their mom!!!

In an interview in a newspaper Saturday, she said she had tried everything to prevent child abuse.
"I fail, I fail," she told the interviewer as she outlined her controversial idea for a debate on compulsory abortion and contraception.

She is correct. Killing children will prevent them from being abused.
(Eds. note: This seems a tad harsh, and maybe even ironic.)

The target groups for her program are Antillean teenage mothers; drug addicts and people with mental handicaps, she said, according to a report in Expatica.

Two of those groups are directly from Hitler's playbook.
Maybe she'll decide to abort Joooooos and homosexuals later, too.
Or do they count as mentally handicapped already, Marianne?


According to the report, Van den Anker said children from these groups run an "unacceptable risk" of growing up without love and with "violence, neglect, mistreatment and sexual abuse."
"The exceptions," she said, "and there are some, can be counted on a pair of hands."
Note to self: get training to do "unacceptable risk" assessment. I need to have the power of life and death.

Odd. When it comes to the death penalty, the EU folks and liberals say there is a chance the innocent (the "exceptions") may be executed, as an argument against it. According to her, a few dead exceptions are acceptable.
I think I like the "children from these groups" line the best. Is that like saying "those people"?


Van den Anker pointed to the growing number of Antillean youth gangs in Rotterdam whose members come from loveless homes.
If you really love them, kill them.

Hmmmm... I smell a bumper-sticker for the '08 Democratic presidential campaign!!!
IT'S MINE, DAMMIT!!! Copyright right-freakin'- now by CUG Industries!!!

With a little digging, I found some more of this story.
From Expatica:

Abort 'unloved' Antilleans, says Rotterdam politician

.......
The politician told the newspaper the courts would decide on whether abortion was the right option.
So much for less government.

The decision would be based on experts and care workers who "who can see in 95 percent or even 100 percent of cases whether the child has a chance of growing up with love".

The hiring pool is being derived from the "Psychic Friends" employee listing.

Uh yeah, government "experts" that are right 95-100% of the time.
PUT THE BONG DOWN YOU STUPID B**CH!!!!
MAN!!!

Sorry.

Van den Anker supported her argument by suggesting that there were a lot of Antillean youth gangs in Rotterdam whose members come from loveless homes. The gangs, she said, committed rapes, were loverboys (pimps) and guilty of street terror.

Wow. The "loveless" connection.
Classic. I'll bet she watched Dr. Phil once.
In our country, people usually "support" arguments with idiotic things like "facts", and "studies" and stuff.
Although I'll grant that "suggesting" is darn near as good.

You know, I actually don't have a problem killing pert-near anyone, regardless of ethnicity, after or during violent crimes, but this whole pre-emptive (by 15 or so years) thing just doesn't sit well with me.
See what you started, Bush!!!

"Antillean youths who commit serious crimes have been through everything themselves. History repeats itself and they visit the tragedy of their life history on others," she said.
Yeah, Hilter was big into eugenics, ethinic cleansing, social engineering and socialism.
You're living proof history repeats itself.

And liberals want us to be more like Europe?
I think not.

Now where did I put those commies....?

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