Tuesday, January 22, 2008

35 Years after Roe v. Wade

Today marks the 35th anniversary of one of the most judically activist decisions in the U.S. Supreme Court history in Roe v. Wade, which allowed the lawful murder of an unborn child. In 1973 the court decided that the laws that prohibited abortion in the United States were violating the Fourteenth Amendment constitutional right to privacy. Today was a day that organizers around the country protested the awful decisioin by the U.S. Supreme Court. For thousands of years since God created man, life was considered so precious, that the intentional taking of another life, was considered to be punishable by death. However, in one day, the Supreme Court ruled that states no longer had the right to prohibit abortion. The Supreme Court has always followed the legal theory stare decisis, which means that they follow previous Supreme Court rulings, as well as the Common Law to base their decision. However they simply ignored the common law of the states and that of previous Supreme Court decisions, and simply prohibited states from banning the procedure. Liberals today will say that Roe v. Wade is a well precedent case in upholding the practice of abortion. However, what about the thousands of years before the Roe v. Wade decision, and the hundreds of years of the United States. They obviously want to ignore that. The Bible is very clear about what to do with murderers. It states. "The congregation (i.e. the governmental assembly of Israel) shall judge between the slayer (the one who has taken life) and the revenger of the blood (the executioner)...These things shall be for a statute of judgment unto you throughout your generations in all your dwellings. Whoso killeth any person, the murderer shall be put to death...Moreever ye shall take no satisfaction for the life of a murderer which is guilty of death...So ye shall not pollute the land wherein ye are; for blood it defileth the land; and the land cannot be cleansed of the blood that is shed therein, but by the blood of him that shed it." Numbers 35: 24-33. Here these murderous butchers, that call themselves doctors would be put to death by a righteous government. These doctors are no worse than a thug that kills a person on the street. Literally thousands of babies are killed a year by these butchers shops for profit. We as Christians no longer live in a Christian society, but only live in the memory of a Christian society. As a result, we see cases coming from the Supreme Court that literally guts away the states' rights (that prohibited race mixing, prohibited abortion, required school prayers, etc ), guts away the common law, provides more freedom to homosexuals, and the overal destruction of European culture. However, we as Christians are required to be a voice to our lost racial brothers and sisters, and we have a duty to witness to others and pray that God will give us the strength to do his will. Until then.

1 comment:

luvmycntry said...

Hello, i just heard that the KKK has endorsed obama....you know he killed the baby alive bill....the bill would have saved the babies that lived through the abortion process.....his own pastor J. Wright said "white america had 911 coming" Pastor Wright also said "Natalee Holloway got what she deserved...i am so sickend by the endorsement you gave obama....thanks for selling out white america.