Planned Parenthood's chop shops

One reason it is so difficult to recover stolen cars is that many, if not most, are stolen not to be sold intact, but rather to be taken to what are called chop shops, below-the-radar auto body shops that surreptitiously dismantle these vehicles, stripping away every conceivable part that may have resale value in the auto aftermarket.  An automobile carefully dissected provides far more value from all those separate parts than it could ever have in its whole form.

And sadly, such appears to be true with unborn babies as well.  For the past two weeks we have been serially exposed to videos of various officials in the Planned Parenthood organization, some physicians and some not, who have been captured for all time, blithely discussing the means and details of how a fetus delivered into their hands through a government-sanctioned abortion program can be carved up, dissected, and dismantled, just like those cars in the chop shops, and for the very same purpose: to be divested of high-value parts.

For Democrat liberals and their mainstream media public relations arm, who protest that these fetal fragments of what was once a developing human being are not viable human tissue, I would ask a simple question: if the whole of this little being was not viable, then how is it that its tiny parts are?  How is it that if fetuses have no value, their tender bodies are being routinely dissected and sold for parts, just like in the auto chop shops?  You can’t have it both ways.  If those parts have value, then the whole from which they came most assuredly did as well.  I would submit, in this case most especially, that those tiny wholes are greater than the sums of their parts.

What is truly frightening about these continually unreeling videos is the blithe, unconcerned attitude of the Planned Parenthood officials in their discussions of the systematic dismantling of miniature human bodies with such care as not to damage the various parts to be obtained for resale.  Their expressed concern for the care with which these parts must be handled in the dissection process is delivered in an offhand manner, recalling those Japanese physicians who observed American POWs being deliberately frozen to death to determine ways to improve the survivability rate of their own downed aviators.  Or perhaps it’s more like the distanced concern of Nazi physicians watching Jewish prisoners being tied to posts and shot with weapons of various calibers so that they could immediately examine the varied damages.

Planned Parenthood’s physicians can attempt to hide behind the lie that they do not abuse live human beings such as the Japanese and German medical researchers did, but that raises the question of whether or not those little humans they chop up for parts would be alive were they left alone to fully develop.

Crude as I must be to point out this reality, I am nowhere near as crude as Planned Parenthood’s medical staff.

One reason it is so difficult to recover stolen cars is that many, if not most, are stolen not to be sold intact, but rather to be taken to what are called chop shops, below-the-radar auto body shops that surreptitiously dismantle these vehicles, stripping away every conceivable part that may have resale value in the auto aftermarket.  An automobile carefully dissected provides far more value from all those separate parts than it could ever have in its whole form.

And sadly, such appears to be true with unborn babies as well.  For the past two weeks we have been serially exposed to videos of various officials in the Planned Parenthood organization, some physicians and some not, who have been captured for all time, blithely discussing the means and details of how a fetus delivered into their hands through a government-sanctioned abortion program can be carved up, dissected, and dismantled, just like those cars in the chop shops, and for the very same purpose: to be divested of high-value parts.

For Democrat liberals and their mainstream media public relations arm, who protest that these fetal fragments of what was once a developing human being are not viable human tissue, I would ask a simple question: if the whole of this little being was not viable, then how is it that its tiny parts are?  How is it that if fetuses have no value, their tender bodies are being routinely dissected and sold for parts, just like in the auto chop shops?  You can’t have it both ways.  If those parts have value, then the whole from which they came most assuredly did as well.  I would submit, in this case most especially, that those tiny wholes are greater than the sums of their parts.

What is truly frightening about these continually unreeling videos is the blithe, unconcerned attitude of the Planned Parenthood officials in their discussions of the systematic dismantling of miniature human bodies with such care as not to damage the various parts to be obtained for resale.  Their expressed concern for the care with which these parts must be handled in the dissection process is delivered in an offhand manner, recalling those Japanese physicians who observed American POWs being deliberately frozen to death to determine ways to improve the survivability rate of their own downed aviators.  Or perhaps it’s more like the distanced concern of Nazi physicians watching Jewish prisoners being tied to posts and shot with weapons of various calibers so that they could immediately examine the varied damages.

Planned Parenthood’s physicians can attempt to hide behind the lie that they do not abuse live human beings such as the Japanese and German medical researchers did, but that raises the question of whether or not those little humans they chop up for parts would be alive were they left alone to fully develop.

Crude as I must be to point out this reality, I am nowhere near as crude as Planned Parenthood’s medical staff.