The following is my answer to a reader who said that abortion is NOT a government plot to reduce population:

Greetings J. Berry,

You sound like a rabid man-hating feminist screaming (implied with your use of CAPITAL LETTERS) that I'm sexually repressed, regressed and religious because I speak out against abortion.

Orwell disliked women like you. In "1984" he said: "It was always the women, and above all the young ones, who were the most bigoted adherents of the Party, the swallowers of slogans, the amateur spies and nosers-out of unorthodoxy".

Abortion was something Orwell warned about in the 1930s when he said that if the Communists got their way in the Western World there would be "abortion mills on every corner" as in the Soviet Union. The Russian people have been destroyed not only through the slaughter of the dissidents in the Gulag but also of the innocents in the womb.

In Communist China abortion is forced on women and only the elites have more than one child and their children are now arriving on our shores to be educated here in the empty schools where our children should be. Soon your sex-ed classes will have to be taught in Mandarin.

In the thirty-five years [this written in 2005]  since abortion-on-demand came to North America over 100 million human beings have been killed before birth and that is no accident. It's a diabolical plan of population control that depends on teaching sex-as-recreation in all the schools. That's another thing Orwell said in "1984": "At school they had sex talks once a month for the over-sixteen and rubbed it into youth for years."

All the best,
Jackie Jura

...conversation continues: ABORTION KILLS MORE THAN UNBORN (reader points out that breast cancer is a side-effect of abortion)

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Jackie Jura
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