“I wish I had an abortion” Reply


By Tom Quiner

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Lena Dunham

Human abortion is a sacrament for neo paganists.

If you had any doubt, Lena Dunham’s recent quote clarifies the theology of the Left:

“Now I can say that I still haven’t had an abortion, but I wish I had.”

Ms. Dunham stars in an HBO series called “Girls,” a show I had never heard of until I read her quote.

Why would someone wish that they had a procedure that violates two healthy bodies, with one typically ending up dead? Because human abortion is a badge of honor in this religion. It is an outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual goodness in the eyes of neo paganists, a natural progression of the child sacrifice practiced by their forbears.

Human abortion honors Nature, Gaia, the Climate, or whatever you want to call it, since man is a messy creature who despoils its environment.

Nature is good, man is bad, so his progeny must be sacrificed at the altar of Gaia and human convenience.

What is most disturbing about the neo paganist religion so embraced by the elite is that they have made tremendous strides in establishing it as a state religion. Planned Parenthood is in our schools. The president requires the Catholic faithful, a rival religion to the neo paganists, to pay for abortifacients and contraception of the latter.

Where Catholicism views the fruit of the union of a marriage between one man and one woman, a child, to be a blessed event since the child was made in God’s image, the neo paganist doesn’t if the child is inconvenient, and God has nothing to do with it.

In the eyes of a Roman Catholic, Ms. Dunham’s comment is simply tragic, a perversion of femininity.

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