Still giddy from the 500 million taxpayer dollars heading their way from the recently passed "Omnibus Bill," a Pennsylvania branch of Planned Parenthood has come up with a bold new initiative to make their services more appealing to very young girls.
"We need a Disney princess who's had an abortion," the baby butchers happily tweeted.
This puts a new and unwelcomely graphic spin on Snow White's song "Someday my prince will come," implying that he did (wink-wink, nudge-nudge) but didn't stick around afterwards to support the baby mama.
Uh-oh! What should the knocked-up Princess do then, little girls? That's right - get an abortion! Hooray!
As puke-worthy as this notion is, Planned Parenthood wasn't finished with bright ideas for making abortion an entirely acceptable - indeed, routine and cool - alternative to giving birth. Their tweet went on to describe other Disney role models that young girls desperately need:
Presumably, Disney could get the whole job done with a single movie in which an illegal alien princess who's working a union job becomes heavy with child (perhaps after an evil witch has slipped her an enchanted banana). But our resourceful heroine then gleefully has an abortion (singing "What's the issue? It's just tissue!"), and the audience gets a warm and squishy happy ending when the illegal pro-choice union princess has surgery and hormone treatments to become her own handsome prince!
What frankly baffles us, other than how the ghouls at Planned Parenthood sleep at night, is why they've bothered to lump "Princess" in with all the other qualities they think young girls should find laudable. Is aspiring to Princess-hood possible, plausible, or empowering in any way? Or does it just encourage girls to live in a completely unrealistic fantasy world with their hopes, and presumably legs, in the air - until harsh reality sets in.
At which time, Planned Parenthood will be singing "Hi-ho, hi-ho" as they don their mining helmets and crusty forceps...and rake in more millions of dollars for dumping Disney's dissected future audience members into garbage bags.
How do they sleep? Quite well, in fact. They have no souls; they are totally demon possessed.
Thanks Doc ....sad we should even a need a commentary like that .....but we obviously do.....
There is indeed a special level of Hell awaiting each
and every one of the pagans associated with PP.
What's the worst aspect of PP to me is the use of abortion as birth control. That's all it is, after-the-fact birth control. Sometimes I hate myself for thinking that the only good to come out of it is that most of the now-dead babies of the last 45 years would have grown up to vote Demo_Rat.
What I want to know is how do these corpse-grinders breed and propagate if they all consider unborns "unviable tissue masses" ? Makes me think back to the "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" where the spore pods took over the humans via pod reproduction. This theory would explain a lot about how they function on a daily basis.........
Obviously a Disney Princess who is happily married, raising a family, and being a productive member of society would be a terrible role model for little girls.
Instead, how about bringing back Princess Jasmine from "Alladin", but this time have her in a burka while being genitally mutilated shortly before she is stoned to death for allowing herself to be gang raped?
Princess Julia, eh?
We need a Disney princess who abhors & shuns the Planned Parenthood ijits, after first publicly tearing them a new one, then goes on her merry way, with no "mourning after". :)
"and rake in more millions of dollars for dumping Disney's dissected future audience members into garbage bags."
They throw away NOTHING because the offal and everything else that they cannot sell as piece-parts for profit they just lump it all together for shipment to China and other Asian nations that do not care where their "protein" comes from for their low-grade food products.
A plan would be a purposeful act with a specific goal in mind. Since we know where babies come from, the desire to be a parent would require planning. If one doesn't want to be a parent, there are many methods to prevent that occurring. Murder of an innocent baby is NOT one of them. This organization is totally misnamed and should be illegal. Giving them more of our money is abhorrent.
Dear Stiltonian and Friends,
Just when we thought our society had hit rock bottom...
To paraphrase Mrs. Obama, "When they go low, we sink to the depths of unimaginable depravity, because we know we are right, and quite frankly, we don't care."
Bill from Wood-Ridge
@Regnad Kcin: Apt observation. I believe supporters of PP suffer from a genetic or evolutionary defect that, if more widespread, would server to be our extinction. Natural selection being what it is, I'm surprised we're still dealing with them. Perhaps they are the result of having been babies which were dropped on their heads at birth?
In truth, abortion proponents are the pinnacle of a selfish and hedonistic culture. So self-absorbed and self-interested that they cannot sacrifice anything they have, even for their own offspring or the continuance of their own race. Sad, really. And those that enable them are the worst - particularly PP and the libtardians.
It's interesting that the folks who weep and gnash their teeth every time a guilty murderer is put death don't seem to bat an eye at the killing of innocent babies.
"Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!" Isaiah 5:20
JPB 252 ^^ yes, and as a Catholic, I have been nauseated more than once at seeing 'Sisters' holding candle light vigils and whining when a convicted murderer or rapist is about to be executed, but you never see them at an abortion mill offering alternatives to the women being herded in like cattle. Someone even made a movie once ( I never saw it) about some idiot named Prejean and her 'brave struggle' to spare the life of a murderer. But she has never lifted a finger to defend the unborn, who have committed no crime, had no trial and no defense, and no appeal. Yes, Isaiah pegged it!
"Someday my prince will come, but he won't have any say in what happens afterwards..."
Abortion has never been the hill I wished to die on. After all, if I was even half the privileged fascist that Progressives like to assume that I am, you'd think I'd be thrilled with a government sponsored program that terminates future non-white welfare recipients.
But I never fully appreciated the depravity of UnPlanned UnParenthood and their minions until about 20 years ago when I was an online moderator for a major national newspaper. On a discussion related to some abortion-related article, I had numerous agents of that organization posting what I thought were the most outrageous and offensive things I had ever heard; like equating a fetus to cancer cells that should be removed since they suck resources from and yet contribute nothing to the host and that instead of being a tragedy, abortion was a liberating and spiritually uplifting experience for women. (A sentiment now often repeated by certain morally retarded celebrities)
So to read today that the current generation of UnPlanned UnParenthood minions are suggesting that post-toddling pre-menstrual little girls need to be indoctrinated with nearly all aspects of the Progressive agenda is hardly a surprise to me. In fact, Progressives are all about getting their hands on our children. (It's one of the reasons for the push for government-run pre-K "education" where the indoctrination will be mandatory) The sooner they can get the idea that undocumented union-working trans-sexual princesses who get abortions nearly as frequently as they menstruate are the norm programmed into little minds, the less their parents, much less the rest of the sane people left in society can do about it.
(Also, to make sure the narrative is inclusive and consistent with the rest of the Progressive agenda, the princess should also be a Palestinian who was raped by a Jewish prince, maybe Jesus)
Fortunately, the kind of sick moral retards who think up this sort of twisted pathology are unlikely to be raising children themselves. (The Roe Effect) That's why they need to infect everyone else's kids with their mental illness.
Fortunately, since Disney is a greedy for-profit corporation that is in the business of making movies that people actually want to see and take their kids to, it's pretty unlikely that they'll be taking any of these suggestions. Perhaps UnPlanned UnParenthood will take some of that half-trillion dollars that Trump gave them to make their own princess agitprop. Considering what passes for sanity these days, I would hardly be surprised.
@Regnad Kcin asks "...how do these corpse-grinders breed and propagate..."
They don't. That's why they need to indoctrinate everyone else's children.
@Geoff King said "Instead, how about bringing back Princess Jasmine from "Alladin", but this time have her in a burka while being genitally mutilated shortly before she is stoned to death for allowing herself to be gang raped?"
Several years ago, one of our nieces was appearing in a middle-school production of "Alladin". It's superficially cute until you actually start to think about it. A few minutes into the play, I lean over and whisper to Mrs. Econ, "You know, in real life, Princess Jasmine would be younger than that 11-year-old on the stage."
Unfortunately, a movie about a happily married family would just be boring. That's why they don't make those.
@Dan re "Princess Julia, eh?" Gets my "LOL" for the morning.
I do have to agree with feminist angst about the whole "princess" thing in general; The whole notion that a woman's role is to lay around and be pampered until some rich guy comes to take over the role from her parents is hardly an empowering message. That Progressives replace that narrative with "Julia" being swept away by big government is truly ironic.
@Judi King, that's why I use the more honest and accurate name of "UnPlanned UnParenthood(tm)".
@Emmentaler Limburger said "In truth, abortion proponents are the pinnacle of a selfish and hedonistic culture. So self-absorbed and self-interested that they cannot sacrifice anything they have, even for their own offspring or the continuance of their own race". Brilliantly said. Also explains the impending extinction of western civilization in Europe.
Well, Planned Parenthood, then let's follow your disturbed fantasy out to the end. Let's have Disney make a cartoon version of the actual abortion procedure. Let's follow the "Princess" into the abortion chamber, as the masked white-clad "doctor" begins the gruesome procedure. Then animate the whole operation in full-color Disney "Vista-Vision". Let's see if PP wants to show that to the kiddies?
I am sure a Princess of Darkness would work just as well. It is a shame that the mentally ill has such access to mass communication. When I look about and see all the depravity that is willfully and gleefully embraced, I often wonder why I also did not adhere to their philosophy? Am I (or in this case "we") such Neanderthals so dense that we fail to adhere to the current trend of depravity? The Karma these murderers are accumulating will not be worked off in one lifetime. J: I like Planned Baby Butchering.
As a Christian, I firmly believe every living (and departed) soul will one day stand before God and explain their actions. I will, you will, and so will the supporters of Planned Un-parenthood. God will judge, not me, but I have a hunch on what His judgment might be. All of those millions of aborted humans will get to witness their murderers get sentenced to an eternity of torment. Justice!
Still, it is mind bogglingly incredulous and horribly sad that our nation supports this butchery of human life.
And while I'm on my soapbox, this is Easter weekend, folks. Let's celebrate the eternal life we can have through Jesus' ultimate sacrifice!
"What's the issue? It's just tissue!") ha!!! You are on a roll, Mr. Stilton. Maybe Disney can consider your services (wink, wink, nudge, nudge)
@ Econ: Yes, I like the term "unplanned unparenthood" but it's so long to type. I guess I could use UU instead. Typing is not my favorite thing.
Maybe a Disney princess who is a drug addicted prostitute...
What really pisses me off is how Trump let us all down. 1.6 trillion and billions in fat and kickbacks. Everything he said has been proven to be a lie with this spending bill.
The Priests of Baal are alive and well, under the guise of Planned Parenthood...
They make more money, too.
I agree with Colby Muenster. At the moment of our death, and we face God, how will the questions about abortion be answered by those who support it. This issue, more than firearms, drugs, racism, etc. will decide the fate of our constitutional republic. When the great "social disorder, or Civil War II" comes, I know which side I will be on. May God have mercy on us.
+ JUDI KING - try Planned Barrenhood.
Today is March 29 and this comment has nothing to do with Stilton's post.
today is National Vietnam War Veterans Day.
remember them. they earned it.
I am 67...the TV showed advisors Kennedy sent in the early 60s when I was little...I remember saying I hoped there was a war when I was old enough to fight...be careful what you wish for, huh?
I was almost an officer wanna be in Navy ROTC in college (1970), but became disillusioned and went world travelling, not being in the first round of the first draft-be-gone lottery. Yet all around me were vets coming or being back home...forget the antiwar movement, it was more "I don't wanna go" than "It's not a moral war" thing...it went pfffft! when the lottery came in.
For those who did what they did, my respect...real respect, not lip service.
For those like me who faced simple dangers in life but never faced an enemy who wanted me dead...I can't say anything but wow...hellava thing, combat.
For those who went on to live a life with home, family, and memories...every one who didn't come home has lived on, a little, in your life.
These pics are sorta how I see the whole journey...those who didn't come home, and those who did.
Correction...I WAS in the first lottery and was consequently not drafted the first year, and went off into the sunset ...
I am and have always been pro-military.
@Readers- Once again I've fallen behind in addressing comments - though for once I've got a good excuse. Daughter Jarlsberg is coming home for a visit, and we've been busy making things ready for her (and her faithful dog "Bug").
With that out of the way, all I can say is that the attitude of the pro-abortion crowd - ESPECIALLY when they want to drag in all of this other odious political crap - genuinely sickens me. The Left is, sadly, being very successful at corrupting our culture and kids. How Planned Parenthood keeps getting our tax money is beyond me, unless it's really just crass arithmetic: it's cheaper for the government to abort children than to give them lifetime benefits. Whether it's the numbers or just numbness of the soul, this is a sick system.
And I'm embarrassed that I didn't know today is National Vietnam War Veterans Day. I had a sky-high draft lottery number and was never called. And I won't lie (it would be a sin in this context) - I would have been afraid to go. The war didn't go well, but that certainly can't be laid at the feet of the valiant and courageous men and women who stepped up to the plate, accepting personal and - too frequently - ultimate danger.
These veterans are the best of us, and deserve every honor we can send their way.
I was drafted right after Tet. When the lottery came out, my number put me right in the middle of the pack, so I don't know If would have been drafted or not, but... Now, I fully expected to be sent to Vietnam and I made up my mind I would go and do my best as long as they didn't want be to be a tunnel rat. That job scared the crap out of me just thinking about it, and back then I was kind of scrawny. Instead Uncle Sam put me in a brand-new weapons system and I became a Chaparral Senior Gunner and went to Germany. The whole system was, after all, designed for Europe and the Russkies in case that wanted to shoot the Fulda Gap.
I guess that makes me a Vietnam War Era Veteran. But I salute those that went and served as honorably as they could.
@Brett, maybe we are already there. Remember Snow White's apple, laced with who knows what? She was really strung out for a while there.
Now, as to PP... words fail me.
yes, it definitely makes you a Vietnam War Era Veteran and i thank you for what you did and what you were willing to do if called upon.
Post a Comment