See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Saturday, March 06, 2010

The Abdication of King Juan Carlos of Spain.

The King of Spain, Juan Carlos I, has signed a bill into law legalizing abortion on demand for the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy.  The law, which was recently passed by the Spanish Congress and Senate, also declares abortion as a "right," allows minors as young as 16 to obtain abortions without their parents' consent, and requires abortionist and homosexualist education in the nation's schools. - Source
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The blood of the martyrs of the Spanish Civil War cries out for justice.
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Photo source.

4 comments:

  1. I'm not sure if I can muster the words to express my extreme disappointment over this callous act. The king and his president, as far as I'm concerned, are interchangeable.

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  2. Oh, and this comes as news of Pope Benedict's visit to Spain is announced!

    What kind of culture enthusiastically receives the Pontiff before the ink on a newly signed law that kills unborn children is completely dry?

    "Spain Rejoices In News of Papal Visit" (title of Zenit article)

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  3. This is so useful in eliminating the genetically unfit. Already perhaps 9 out of 10 people with Down Syndrome are never born in the US - I do not know the figures for Europe, but I am thinking this would be a common reason for abortion.

    The day will be here, you know, when we will be able to look at a good many mental illnesses genetically with some accuracy, and so be able to eliminate any number of people (at an early stage) that would be bipolar or have schizophrenia - or chronic depression.

    And who knows what other "traits" we will be able to select for.

    Old, young, and in-between. So many not deserving of life.

    Events proceed apace.

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  4. The abdication of protection of all human life is the source of the "apostasy"...I'm afraid that without God's help, we're in for a more "bumpy ride"(B. Davis).
    Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, help us now and always!

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