Culture, Christianity, Catholic Dogma & The Death Of The West

Culture, Christianity, Catholic Dogma & The Death Of The West

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The term "human rights" is fast becoming synonymous with the right to abort one's child and engage in sodomy. Just as I have come to loathe and detest the term "women's rights"-- I can't help but feel the same way about so called "human rights" --especially in the context of the European Court of Human Rights.

The Court of Human Rights today confirmed Poland will have to pay compensation to a woman whose vision became impaired after being denied an abortion under Polish laws.

Poland had appealed an order to pay the woman 25,000 euros compensation and 14,000 euros in legal fees.

But the Court ruled that in refusing to allow an abortion, Poland had violated article 8 of the Convention on Human Rights.

As a traditionally Roman Catholic nation, Poland has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the European Union. Women are permitted to terminate pregnancies only if the pregnancy poses a grave health risk, the foetus is severely deformed or the pregnancy is a result of rape.

As Alisa Craddock recently pointed out in
Bellocution II the Death of Reason Malcolm Muggeridge once stated: "It took no more than three decades to transform a war crime into an act of compassion, thereby enabling the victors in the war against Naziism to adopt the very practices for which the Nazis had been solemnly condemned at Nuremberg".

The EU and so many nations in the West are engaged in a seemingly bloodless hidden holocaust with the legal protection and promotion of abortion. But this holocaust does not remain hidden and bloodless for those who keep themselves pure and have not been spiritually blinded to the evil of abortion. And it does not remain bloodless for the children who are killed in the womb. Finally the fruit of this holocaust will not and has not remained within the walls of abortion facilities, rather it has seeped into the culture of the West and threatens death to every member of society who is or may become inconvenient or imperfect.

The European Court of Human Rights and others who distort and pervert the notion of "human rights" are not content with keeping their faith in contrived human rights to themselves. But with a zeal that is only witnessed among religious fanatics they must spread their perverse beliefs far and wide. There is no tolerance for those with differing views and true diversity is not permitted. By institutionalizing paganism and enshrining child sacrifice as a human right-- the West has not only perverted the idea of "human rights" but has also extinguished the most basic human right --the right to life.

Poland is only the latest victim of the abuse of human rights.