"Are we prepared to promote conditions in which the living contact with God can be reestablished? For our lives today have become godless to the point of complete vacuity. God is no longer with us in the conscious sense of the word. He is denied, ignored, excluded from every claim to have a part in our daily life." - Alfred Delp, S.J.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Our contemporary lifestyle/status quo is unsustainable without contraception and abortion.*

"In the wake of the dictatorships of the 20th century, and after a few centuries of the philosophical glorification of the individual, the highest value in our time is “freedom.” The deregulation of sexual norms has been “sold” to people as part of this freedom." - Gabriele Kuby

Which is why efforts such as the March for Life on Washington is more or less ignored by secular media and politicians.  No one is listening - despite the fact stats suggest surgical abortions are decreasing in number, it could just be an anomaly.  Contraceptive use remains the norm.

No one is listening because it is a matter of women's reproductive rights - the bedrock truth of the feminist movement, with an international, global agenda.

(CNN) – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used a Friday speech at the United Nations to tie women’s reproductive rights with the broader goal of human development.
“There is one lesson from the past, in particular, that we cannot afford to ignore: You cannot make progress on gender equality or broader human development, without safeguarding women’s reproductive health and rights,” Clinton said near the end of a speech marking International Women's Day. “That is a bedrock truth.” - CNN

To understand Clinton's statement one needs to be aware of, if not study, what happens at the United Nations, as well as in the European Union as concerns the development of policy and law in support of civil and political rights.  Women's reproductive rights is the bedrock of the Human Rights agenda which encompasses and promotes LGBTQ rights internationally.

What's wrong with that?  It sounds fair.  It sounds good.  Yet Clinton unabashedly reveals the shockingly immoral bedrock which is the foundation of a global agenda.  Most ordinary Americans, brainwashed and addicted to the idea of unlimited freedom and liberty and equal rights, have no idea that we have enslaved ourselves to what Pope Benedict XVI understood as the 'dictatorship of relativism'.  Relativism being the ideal climate wherein to cultivate and nurture gender ideology, is not going away.

The deregulation of sexual norms leads to the destruction of culture. Why? Because, as established in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948, the family is the basic unit of society—and it needs some basic moral conditions in which to thrive.

But children—brought up today in a hyper-sexualized society in which they themselves are sexualized by the entertainment industry, the media, and mandatory school programs—are increasingly unable to become mature adults that are up to the demands of marriage, and the obligations of responsible fatherhood and motherhood.

Furthermore, such a hyper-sexualized society cannot do without contraception and abortion. And the outcome of all this is the “culture of death,” a term coined by John Paul II. - Gabriele Kuby

It seems to me we listen, but we do not hear.

We look, but we do not see.

We study, but we do not comprehend.

We talk, but no one listens.

All because we love the comforts of our contemporary lifestyle and standard of living - which is unsustainable without contraception and abortion.


Human Rights and Sexual Orientation in International Law

Gender Ideology - Kuby

H/T Lisa Graas for the Clinton post.
H/T PML for UN studies.

*Although I believe it safe to say, Western Civilization as we know it will collapse with it.


  1. All of this is no surprise yet chilling nonetheless. Humanae vitae is a prophecy that if unheeded will certainly end our civilization as we know it. But the Church will exist until the end of time.

    1. Well said Father. Praise God!

  2. That last poster makes no sense; I know way too many people who would be delighted to ask you, me, anyone more personal information than is necessary and I'm convinced that they'd also be delighted to learn more about trans private activities.


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