By Theodore Shoebat
A Jewish woman just today wrote an article in which she boasts about having an abortion. In the article, entitled, “I Had an Abortion and Now I’m Not Ashamed”, the author, Rebecca Gordon, talks about how she is Jewish, lesbian and how she had abortion for which she is not ashamed. In one part of the article she writes: “one of my parents was of Ashkenazi Jewish descent”. She then writes about being a lesbian and expresses her pride about murdering her child:
If I can come out as a lesbian, why not as a person who’s had an abortion, especially in this embattled time of ours? It’s not that I think abortion is murder. I don’t think that a zygote, an embryo, or even a fetus is a person. It’s easy to get confused about this when opponents of women’s autonomy call the throbbing of a millimeters-long collection of cells a “fetal heartbeat” and use its presence to prevent women six-weeks pregnant or less from securing an abortion. Because many women don’t even know they’re pregnant at six weeks — I didn’t — “fetal heartbeat laws” effectively ban almost all abortions.
What we have here is a person who is absent of a conscience and vacuous of a soul that is not possessed by the abysmal spirit of bloodlust. This is a person who is following the same sanguinary and demonic ways of the ancient Jews who God gave up:
I pronounced them unclean because of their ritual gifts, in that they caused all [d]their firstborn to pass through the fire (Ezekiel 20:26)
She is proud of murdering her own child. She is like the wicked of whom the Proverbs speaks: the mouth of a fool is a rod of pride (Proverbs 14:3), and the same Book of Proverbs: their lips talk of troublemaking (Proverbs 24:2). This woman continues the very insidious ways of the ancient Israelites whose lips were conduits for evil (the Book of Proverbs was written in ancient Israel and was thus talking about the evils that the author witnesses or heard of). Margaret Sanger was and is to this day the face of the pro-abortion movement in the United States. But when you consider the fact that the last name Sanger is Jewish, one can see the effects of the Jews rejecting their Messiah and murdering Him on the cross. A Jew who hates his Messiah, is a Jew who hates humanity.