Here’s a doozy for you. Various American men are now running about claiming that they have had abortions. How in blue hell did they accomplish this? Well, they had sex with women who have had abortions. It thoroughly boggles the mind and exposes this movement for what it is, a sham and a fraud meant to use any means necessary to further the goal of making women property.
One man’s story (emphasis added):
Chris Aubert, a Houston lawyer, felt only indifference in 1985 when a girlfriend told him she was pregnant and planned on an abortion. When she asked if he wanted to come to the clinic, he said he couldn’t; he played softball on Saturdays. He stuck a check for $200 in her door and never talked to her again.
Aubert, 50, was equally untroubled when another girlfriend had an abortion in 1991. “It was a complete irrelevancy,” he said. But years later, Aubert felt a rising sense of unease. He and his wife were cooing at an ultrasound of their first baby when it struck him — “from the depths of my belly,” he said — that abortion was wrong.
Aubert has since converted to Catholicism. He and his wife have five children, and they sometimes protest in front of abortion clinics. Every now and then, though, Aubert wonders: What if his first girlfriend had not aborted? How would his life look different?
He might have endured a loveless marriage and, perhaps, a sad divorce. He might have been saddled with child support as he tried to build his legal practice. He might never have met his wife. Their children — Christine, Kyle, Roch, Paul, Vance — might not exist.
“I wouldn’t have the blessings I have now,” Aubert said. So in a way, he said, the two abortions may have cleared his path to future happiness.
“That’s an intellectual debate I have with myself,” he said. “I struggle with it.”
In the end, Aubert says his moral objection to abortion always wins. If he could go back in time, he would try to save the babies.
But would his long-ago girlfriends agree? Or might they also consider the abortions a choice that set them on a better path?
Aubert looks startled. “I never really thought about it for the woman,” he says slowly.
I’m struck somewhat speechless by the starting lack of empathy this man has displayed and continues to display. He blew off one woman because he had a game and considered another woman’s abortion a “complete irrelevancy”. He now protests outside of clinics because abortion is wrong and he’s never given a single thought to consider the thoughts of the women he’s abandoned. They don’t exist in his world. It’s all about him and what he wants.
Is it any wonder that he and others like him are claiming to have experienced abortions? Women, as both a class and individuals, do not matter in their world. We’re a means to an end. If they don’t want to be fathers, abortions is fine. If they want to be fathers, abortion is bad. Women exist to serve men.
How are these Christian men different from their Muslim counterparts? Only in the means. The goal is the same. The complete eradication of the rights of women.