Indiana Attorney General Holds Mass Funeral for Remains of 2,411 Aborted Babies
Indianaâ€™s attorney general held a service for the remains of more than 2,400 unborn babies found in a late abortionistâ€™s home and car last year.
According to the Daily Caller, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill held a funeral service on Wednesday where he laid to rest the 2,411 unborn babies whose fetal remains were kept hidden by abortionist Ulrich Klopfer.
â€śWe lay to rest the remains of 2,411 unborn children. In doing so, we fulfill our obligation as a state pursuant to law and conscience to the unborn babies whose lives were terminated through abortions performed in clinics in Fort Wayne, Gary and South Bend,â€ť Hill said in his statement at the service....
Amen, Mike. That's a frightening problem that we may face more often as Christians as time moves forward. I read a description of "Critical Theory" from a Christian perspective. We either better learn to be sorry for being white heterosexual males or someone will make us sorry. And if that someone becomes the State, we're in for it.
QC, crimes motivated by hate do exist, but the State can only pretend it knows when a crime is motivated by it. We should never be ok with that, for it will be used against the innocent. In some cases, it already is. Selective prosecution on the basis of thought is scary and unlawful, whether legal or not.
I disagree, Mike, although a crime is a crime no matter the motivation. I say the truth is hated, God is hated, and the babies are hated, at least for a time. After a while, though, guilt starts to set in especially when she starts to see other live babies in the community. But the start was Truth. No one wanted to hear what he had to say, so they killed him right there in the street and left him to lay there.
One doesn't have to hate a bank in order to rob it. A soldier doesn't have to personally hate an enemy soldier to shoot him. A State has no authority to prosecute a crime on the basis of the feelings of the criminal, but on the criminal act itself, it does. Abortion is murder, and should be treated as such. The mother hates being pregnant, but does not hate the baby, for in her mind it isn't human to start with. "Hate crime" is a political construct, not a moral one.
America sure does have it share of hate crimes. It strats with hating the truth. Just today, I heard a tour guide at a museum encourage kids to continue the American Revolution because there is inequality (financial, medical, racism) in our land. Truth was slain. These babies in thjs story were hated, and now they are dead. All kinds of socialist dogma gets shattered all over this site, truth gets slain again. So in a way, Jim is right. And it does start with rhetoric...mostly from academics touting critical race theory and trying to jam it into choldren's and students' minds. Haters of the truth. Haters of babies. Haters of their neighbors. And haters of the God who created and sustains them.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Yes, Carl, America has its share of guilt. excerpt from, "Explaining the numbers behind the rise in reported hate crimes" It probably would be even better if the Indiana attorney general did pay more attention to the living, while they are still aliveâť—
No matter how many times you hear it, there's no such thing as hate crime. How a bad guy feels or what he is thinking while committing a crime cannot be known. At best, hate crime is a more self-justifying way of saying thought crime.
PolitiFact wrote: .... Finally, there is also some truth to Klobucharâ€™s statement about the adverse effects of negative rhetoric. After studying the pattern and seasonality in the FBI data, the Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism found that "hate crimes have increased in every presidential election year since national FBI recordkeeping began in the early 1990s." In 2016, the spike also corresponded with the election month of November. Levin said that hate crimes fluctuate more than usual around "catalytic, emotionally-charged events, terrorist attacks, and conflictual elections." "Weâ€™ve seen that hate crimes have increased not only around all elections, but Brexit as well in the UK. Thatâ€™s a lesson for all of us to maybe tone down the rhetoric," Levin said.
excerpt from, "Explaining the numbers behind the rise in reported hate crimes"
It probably would be even better if the Indiana attorney general did pay more attention to the living, while they are still aliveâť—