No woman can call herself free who does not own and control her body. No woman can call herself free until she can choose consciously whether she will or will not be a mother. ---Margaret Sanger (founder of Planned Parenthood)
So enough of the President Trump nonsense. It's time to discard the foolishness of conservative values and face the world of tomorrow--the brave new world of progressive thinking and moral reconstruction. As I see women marching for their rights, I stand in solidarity with them. The past is dead and needs to be forgotten. The future belongs to those who are willing to accept radical change.
Planned parenting and abortion will pave the way to a better tomorrow. In a tumultuous world that is overflowing with human detritus filled with hate, disagreement, and degradation; as well as an excess of population taking up space and consuming the resources of our beautiful Earth, perhaps it's time to reevaluate why we are all here and who should remain to make this world the Eden that it was meant to be.
There are far too many people who wander aimlessly through their lives or the masses who seem to merely exist as little more than a burden upon those who support that vast majority of a basically useless populace. The world and those who drive socioeconomic structure cannot continue without eventually reaching the critical mass of a world conflagration that destroys everything. A new movement of Darwinian Purification must be undertaken in order to save humanity if humanity is indeed worth saving.
Abortion is the first logical step in the purification of the human race. Currently, the primary arguments for abortion are to prevent unwanted children from coming into the world either because of economic reasons, health or well-being of the mother, some fetal problem that would lead to a defective birth product or mere inconvenience, Perhaps we should begin to see most pregnancies as unwanted and unnecessary except for only in cases where the most perfect of the species would be brought into the world. Selective breeding should be the aim of future generations.
However, abortion should be the one small step to advance humankind into the better tomorrow. Unneeded unproductive humans should also be eliminated. Any persons who are in any state of dependency in order to survive should be allowed to die or be exterminated. This would include all who are disabled, sub-level intelligence, subsisting on welfare, institutionalized, or any other non-contributory segments of society. Vast areas of populations in the world should be eliminated by arranged warfare subsidized by dominant governments or other means of organized extermination. Whatever peoples who are determined to be unnecessary masses of resource consumers detrimental to the environment and economic well-being should be brought into control.
As this process of population control continues, a focus should be directed toward eliminating the elderly. Upon reaching a determined age such as 35, each person should be monitored according to their health and ability of self-sustenance. When health or economic conditions dictate, these persons should be culled from the population pool except in cases where there is a special factor of contributory reasons to keep them alive.
These measures suggested in the above treatise might seem like extreme radical ideas to some who are stuck in old ways of thinking, but this is not a time for outmoded belief systems. Tearing down the establishment is a good thing for the future even though it may not seem to benefit many of us living now. But, after all, the future does not belong to us. It does not even necessarily belong to all of the unborn children yet to be conceived. Babies have no say in the future either.
"Political language... is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind."
- George Orwell
"Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter." - Isaiah 5:20
Do you think the world is overpopulated? What do you think is the best answer for a better future on Earth? Were you reading between the lines?