September 1, 2008
Eat a queer fetus for Jesus - abortion extremists in SD crash a family-friendly event
The big deal each Labor Day weekend here in Sioux Falls is the Lifelight Christian Music Festival. A quarter of a million people gather in a field outside of town here for three days of concerts from all the big names in Christian Music.
It's a FAMILY event.
Wouldn't you know it, a couple of radical goons here to support the Campaign for UNHealthy Families decided to show up and work the crowd handing out a flyer on "What the Bible really says about abortion." I'm guessing the flyer is from the Pastors for Immoral Choices (or their mother organization the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice). The clueless clergy behind this flyer love to tell people the Bible makes no mention of abortion and therefore God is just fine with it. I've debunked this false teaching many times over showing the Bible, Church Tradition and theological reasoning ALL have tons to say about abortion being wrong.
I learned of these two loons crashing Lifelight via a comment that came yesterday to this blog from a friend who spoke of her interaction with them…
…When I kindly stated that I did not want the literature he said I obviously needed to read it since I "have no idea what the Bible really says" and then he went on to tell me that I don't read the Bible. To top it all off, one of them had a t-shirt on that said "EAT A QUEER FETUS FOR JESUS".
EXCUSE ME? What's that? So not only do they hate babies, but they hate homosexuals? Just so we're all very clear on this, Jesus loves EVERYONE and would completely oppose someone wearing a t-shirt like that.
Isn't the Campaign for UNHealthy FAMILIES trying to sell the populace of our state right now on the importance of FAMILIES and GOD making this very personal decision?? I hope they keep this up until every South Dakotan sees for themselves that those opposing Initiated Measure 11 couldn't care less about either families or God. These are unreasonable, radical people, even dangerous and deadly.
Don't believe me? Keep reading.
This "eat a queer fetus for Jesus" t-shirt is a shock shirt available to and worn by members of "The Church of Euthanasia" - a dadaist political organization founded in the early 1990's by a Boston transsexual named "Rev. Chris Korda." (Korda is the son of Simon and Schuster author and Editor-in-Chief Michael Korda.) The "church" website says they are "a non-profit educational foundation devoted to restoring balance between Humans and the remaining species on Earth." Their slogan is "save the planet, kill yourself." Their newletter has articles like "Eating Fetus in China" and "Abortion as a Sacred Rite." The following is a quote from the latter article;
With the help of the holy abortionist, in the form of the death goddess, the crone, or the medusa, we will overcome this new onslaught by the christian fanatics. Let us not forget that when she decides her children are fated to die, so be it! Today we hope to invoke the wisdom and justice of the sacred abortionist, and in defense of women we scoff at these hysterical christians! All hope for an overpopulated planet is born in the darkness of her lethal grasp! Praise loudly the victorious destroyer of unwanted and unneeded children!
After 9/11, the Church of Euthanasia posted a music video titled I Like to Watch, combining hardcore pornography with footage of the World Trade Center collapse. According to their website, their one commandment is "Thou shalt not procreate" and they assert four principal pillars: suicide, abortion, cannibalism and sodomy. The church's website previously had instructions on "how to kill yourself" by asphyxiation using helium. These pages were removed after a woman used them to commit suicide in St. Louis County, Missouri, resulting in legal threats against the church. Other links on how to kill yourself remain. They are notorius for conflicts with pro-life Christian activists.
I've been saying all along, abortion is fully demonic and the conflict is fundimentally between ancient spirits of death and the God who is, and is the author of, LIFE. Depraved as he is, the Rev. Korda is at least honest about the dark spiritual dimensions behind abortion. The campaign for UNHealthy Families continues to try and tell our state it's healthy for women and society. I maintain some of the darkest of humanity hides behind the (now crumbling) respectability facade of Planned Parenthood. Wake up South Dakota!