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The New Child Catchers

Michael J. Matt POSTED:9/19/12
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(www.RemnantNewspaper.com) Cute(!), unless these liberals are talking about gun control, of course, in which case their analogy breaks down completely, with total abstinence  being for them the only thing that works.  Indeed, when it comes to guns and the Second Amendment, banning must be enforced by the long arm of the law, while advocates of safety training to discourage risky behavior need to be locked up as hate criminals.  

Oh well, nobody ever accused far-Left liberal loons of being logically consistent about anything. So, why would this be any different? 

But this is an aside, of course. The burning question on everyone's mind is this: What the heck is wrong with these people? Having a baby is now on a par with death by drowning? 

Hello!  Is anyone in there?  Is there anyone at home?

If these fanatical narcissists get their way sooner or later they'll be down at Capitol Hill demanding the right of one man to marry himself. (After all, who are you to say I can't?  Keep your religion out of my bedroom, dang it!)

Reminds me of the old film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, in which the protagonists spend their time trying to free children imprisoned by the tyrant Baron Bomburst and his hideously child-phobic wife, Baroness Bomburst. 

The two repulsive despots rule over a mythical kingdom where children are forbidden by law and grotesquely self-indulgent adults spend every waking moment amusing themselves with new toys and titillations, entertainments and heaps of food.  Sound familiar?

Their corrupt kingdom, by the way--judged by film critics at the time of the film's release to be entirely too frightening for young audiences--was called Vulgaria.  And though it's not stated outright in the film, it seems pretty obvious that tax dollars were used to fund the copious amounts of contraceptives needed to keep the good citizens of Vulgaria fat, vulgar, and childfree.   

And, interestingly enough, the real villain in the film is the terrifying Child Catcher--a creepy spectre which, come to think of it, looks, sounds and behaves a lot like Nancy Pelosi or any one of the other talking heads for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

You remember this cat, right?

 

He evidently had a big impact on Sandra Fluke, too.

Anyway, the tyrants ruling over Vulgaria or Contraceptaria or America or whatever we call  the Kingdom of Death these days now have this guy and his minions patrolling the halls of public schools everywhere. Only nobody's afraid anymore--proving Alexander Pope right once again:

Vice is a monster of so frightful mien
As to be hated needs but to be seen;
Yet seen too oft, familiar with her face,
We first endure, then pity, then embrace.

The Facebook Meme that Proves We Live in a Culture of Death:
 

I would actually like to see this graphic get wider distribution, only because it proves that the culture of abortion and contraception is a culture of death -- and it does so in its own words. Chastity and pro-life advocates have long said that when people live in a state of active rejection of new human life, expecting to be able to engage in the pleasurable aspects of human sexuality without an openness to any children who may come along (unexpectedly or otherwise), they will begin to lose respect for human life. They will come to worship the idols of autonomy and self. One of their greatest fears will be being burdened by others -- so much so that they even wish the deaths people who threaten to inconvenience them. This theory states that people who are immersed in the culture of contraception and abortion will eventually come to confuse life with death and death with life. And this graphic just proved it.

Exactly right!  Like the young Narcissus, we're all turning into wilting little plants, ceasing to be truly human--childless, rudderless and barren as bricks--peering pathetically into that pool of stagnant, black water called life in the modern world... hopelessly in love with the reflection we therein see of our own joyless image and likeness.

Welcome to Vulgaria!

     
 
   
 
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