Cecile Richards, the President of Planned Parenthood and America’s Mengele, tweeted this:
Fact: Many people of faith have long supported access to safe abortion. https://t.co/2rXqbZgdPM
— Cecile Richards (@CecileRichards) May 21, 2017
She is right of course. She references an article that goes back 50 years and relates to a United Church of Christ pastor. The UCC is probably the most liberal church in America after the Unitarians and is not really a Christian organization. But these are still adherents of pagan faith.
Richards, however, is more right than she knows.
The ritualistic, sacramental nature of child sacrifice is pervasive in pagan religions going back millennia. In fact, Planned Parenthood often serves as a church of neopaganism, where its adherents can give tithes with religious devotion. The government itself is forced to worship at the altar of Planned Parenthood and give tithes of taxes.
Like the Nazis, Planned Parenthood supports the eradication of children deemed unworthy to live. See e.g. Down syndrome babies. And the Nazi belief has a great lineage going back even past the Romans.
In fact, one of things that has always set Christianity apart from other religions is the care Christianity has shown to infants abandoned by families. One of the reasons the early church was persecuted was the habit of Christians rescuing children left at the city dumps in the Roman Empire.
Going even further back, the Jewish people taking over Canaan confronted adherents to Moloch, Ba’al, and other demonic pagan gods whose believers sacrificed children. Children were sacrificed for better harvests, victory in war, peace, rain, etc.
Nowadays, neopagans like Cecile Richards sacrifice children in the name of population control, better harvests through reduced climate change, better health and wellbeing, etc. History is just repeating itself on a several thousand year old scale.
Joseph Mengele, the Nazi leader who advocated the termination of German children deemed unworthy of living, ended his career as an abortionist in Argentina. Thus it was and thus it will be till Christ himself comes to judge the quick and the dead. You won’t want to be standing near Cecile Richards on that day.