Planned Parenthood, leader in violence against humans, gives cover to Islamic terrorists

Following on from the re-blogged article CP&S published earlier this evening from Father Z’s site about the Orlando massacre, please see this article from LifeSite News about Planned Parenthood’s part in the vile deed, and where President Obama astonishingly goes to great length in disassociating the Orlando murderer from having any connection to Islamic terrorism! Who does he think he’s kidding?

By Ryan Bomberger on LifeSiteNews

I’m used to Planned Parenthood saying and tweeting idiotic things. I’ve also come to expect that mainstream media will ignore the lunacy of this taxpayer-funded activist group. Before I get to the sheer stupidity of a billion-dollar abortion chain’s tweet, let’s take a look at what led to the outrageous statement.

An American-born Islamic terrorist, Omar Mir Seddique Mateen, slaughtered 49 precious human lives in a gay strip/dance/drag club in Orlando, Florida. My heart goes out to the families of those killed and to those left behind trying to make sense of such a vile act.

The President blamed the horrific violence on “hate”. Exactly which terrorist acts could ever be blamed on love? Barack Obama, in his official statement on the massacre, never mentioned the word Islam. Like Democrat presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, Obama wants to pretend that this was just about being gay.

Islamic terrorism doesn’t give a rat’s behind about who they kill—Christian, Jewish, Agnostic, Pantheistic, gay, straight, white, black, brown, or any color in between. These barbarians will kill fellow Muslims to advance their brand of evil.

Of course, the Left doesn’t like changing its narrative that Western Christianity is the real oppressor of the LGBT community in this country. With all of the Christian churches in the Orlando area, funny we’ve not had one single mass shooting in the name of Christ. Maybe because Christianity doesn’t teach killing those with whom we disagree. Leftist news outlets, in desperate attempts to create a dichotomy between “moderate” Muslims and the murderous thugs who pledge allegiance to ISIS trot out PR remarks from the prominent mosque in the Orlando area—the Husseini Islamic Center. On its webpage, the center declares: “Members of Husseini Islamic Center (HIC), stand united with our fellow Americans in categorically condemning this attack. We share the grief and sorrow of the nation and stand united with the Central Florida community and City of Orlando. Our heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to the families and loved ones who are victims of this tragedy.”

Just months earlier, however, this same mosque featured keynote speaker Sheikh Farrokh Sekaleshfar who called for the killing of homosexuals as “the compassionate thing to do”. Referring to homosexuals in a 2013 speech, Sekaleshfar said: “Death is the sentence…Let’s get rid of them.” Somehow, now, this center is seen as the voice of reason among the Orlando Muslim community?

Never one for reason in this War on Terrorism, Obama has passionately maintained his denial of Islamic terrorism throughout his presidency. He prefers the phrase “violent extremists”. He has promoted the radical LGBT agenda (fining and threatening the very livelihood of those who believe marriage is between a man and a woman) like no other president in history. What, exactly, explains the fervor in which he so desperately avoids the truth and so quickly accuses Americans of being homophobic and Islamophobic?

I don’t fear homosexuality. Biblical Christianity compels me to love, speak truth, and act with an abundance of compassion. For many scientific, moral, legal, and statistical reasons I don’t think homosexuality, bisexuality or Miley-Cyrus-kind-of-sexuality is healthy for individuals or society. I also don’t think people should smoke. It doesn’t translate into oppression—or worse—wanting death for anyone. That’s the pathetic reasoning of liberal elites, academics, actors, pop stars, and even some Bible-evading evangelical and Catholic leaders.

Love elevates people. Hate eliminates them.

It wasn’t fear that drove Mateen to murder 50 and wound more than 50 more in Orlando. It was a faith rooted in such hatred of humankind—any human—that compelled such a massacre. But liberals want to ignore the patterns, the repeated attacks around the world, and blame it on anything other than the obvious. According to one report, in the last year and half, 1500 Christians have been slaughtered by Islamic terrorists around the globe. These are only the ones reported. The infamous decapitations of Christian men by ISIS received sparse coverage by American media. I’m tired of these activist opportunists pretending that a particular people group is targeted by a non-existent fear. Those of us who don’t pledge allegiance to the Islamic State are all targets of this cowardly evil.

Never allowing a tragedy to go unexploited, Planned Parenthood tweeted the most asinine statement I think I’ve ever read regarding Islamic terrorism: “#Islam doesn’t foment the violence alleged gunman Omar Mateen enacted, toxic masculinity & a global culture of imperialist homophobia does”.

So, just for clarity, this heinous crime had nothing to do with the history of violence of jihadists? It had nothing to do with the total disregard of human life and the thousands of casualties it causes yearly? It had nothing to do with a religion perpetually at war with itself and the rest of the world? Nope. This terrorist was merely overly masculine? What warped sense of masculinity does (the ever-violent) Planned Parenthood think kills defenseless human beings? You know who the masculine ones were? The policemen who went after the Islamic terrorist, like the officer who risked his life and was shot in the head (saved by a Kevlar helmet, thank God). Planned Parenthood’s business of abortion violence depends on men rejecting the most significant attribute of masculinity which is to protect. They know communities without fathers, a vital masculine role, are far more vulnerable to abortion predators.

Why are our tax dollars funding an abortion business that kills for a living and defends the most violent form of terrorism known to our world today? We have enough to deal with, as a nation, in stemming the spread of ISIS propaganda. Taxpayers don’t need to be subsidizing Planned Parenthood so that they can offer free PR for the Islamic State.

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17 Responses to Planned Parenthood, leader in violence against humans, gives cover to Islamic terrorists

  1. As the power of Islam continues to grow in Europe and America, organizations like Planned Parenthood will in the end learn and understand the truth. We can only hope that by then it won’t be too late.

  2. JabbaPapa says:

    Planned Parenthood tweeted the most asinine statement I think I’ve ever read regarding Islamic terrorism: “#Islam doesn’t foment the violence alleged gunman Omar Mateen enacted, toxic masculinity & a global culture of imperialist homophobia does”.

    Particularly idiotic, given that this maniac was a left-wing homosexual who likely supported PP personally.

    The heralds of the Culture of Death don’t get to blame their fellow travellers for it.

  3. toadspittle says:

    All manner of lunatic mind-sets are busily biting one another’s ankles over the Florida massacre.

    One one hand are those who blame gay-hating lunatics. On the other, those who blame Muslim -terrorist lunatics. Then there are those who blame gay-Muslim-terrorist-lunatics.
    For myself, I don’t much care what absurd variety of lunatic was involved.
    To Hell with it – and all of them.
    Nobody would embark on this kind of lunacy if they weren’t convinced they were going straight to Paradise thereafter, as a just reward.
    …Now would they?
    The”Culture of Death,” is always what the other fellow is cursed with.
    We will live forever. In God’s loving arms.

    “An American-born Islamic terrorist, Omar Mir Seddique Mateen, slaughtered 49 precious human lives in a gay strip/dance/drag club in Orlando, Florida. My heart goes out to the families of those killed and to those left behind trying to make sense of such a vile act.”
    …But not, we notice- if we read carefully – to the victims themselves. Why is that?

  4. Robert says:

    The flames of hatred are spreading globally aren’t they? It is a global War, a new kind of War, a total War, and its already a world War.

  5. The Raven says:

    Well Toad, Anders Breivick, Timothy McVeigh, the Columbine shooters and lots of other mass murderers seem to have been atheists/unbelievers of some description or another – heaven (or paradise) wasn’t on any of their agendas.

    By all accounts, Mateen had been a regular at Pulse for a period of years and had been often found boozing and trying to pick up other guys there (as well as on “apps”). To the people in Pulse he was by no means closeted.

    He was not, apparently, particularly religious and the FBI investigations seem to have been commenced on the basis that he wasn’t quite WASP enough for them, instead of there being any actual contacts with Da’esh.

    We’ll have to wait for the police/feds to finish their enquiries, but the truth of this matter might well be that the headline should read “Gay guy kills other gay people”.

  6. toadspittle says:

    “Well Toad, Anders Breivick, Timothy McVeigh, the Columbine shooters and lots of other mass murderers seem to have been atheists/unbelievers of some description or another – heaven (or paradise) wasn’t on any of their agendas.”
    Good point Raven, but Breivick is still alive and whining, McVeigh tried to avoid capture and death, and the Columbine kids…well, yes – I don’t know about them.

    “We’ll have to wait for the police/feds to finish their enquiries, but the truth of this matter might well be that the headline should read “Gay guy kills other gay people.” “
    Yes, that would be by far the least unsatisfactory outcome, wouldn’t it? No scintilla of fanatical religious mania – no instructions from God, or whatever.
    Just a tiff between gays. We all know how excitable those queer folk can be, don’t we?.

  7. The Raven says:

    Toad, human history is replete with people doing ghastly things to one another without there being any kind of a whiff of religious mania, fanatical or otherwise, why do you expect to find it here?

    From what I am able to gather, Mateen was a violent, mentally unstable man who sadly did what violent, mentally unstable men do when they have access to weapons.

  8. kathleen says:

    Mateen’s Islamic education with its undeniable slant on the use of violence against perceived ‘enemies’ of Islam, plus his own recent declarations before the massacre, would make ignoring the “religious element” in his unstable mind rather naive, IMHO. Having ‘gay’ tendencies, when Islam declares that homosexuals should be eliminated, helped create a guilt complex within him.
    So much so that he used the typical methods of Islamic terrorists – death by violence – to kill himself and as many of those despicable* Western gays as possible.

    * in his mind

    Hypocritical Planned Parenthood, who are no strangers to mass murder, dances around this fact too.

  9. toadspittle says:

    “Mateen’s Islamic education with its undeniable slant on the use of violence against perceived ‘enemies’ of Islam, plus his own recent declarations before the massacre, would make ignoring the “religious element” in his unstable mind rather naive, “

    Kathleen is right as usual, Raven. Religion often breeds lunacy. Seems the pope agrees.

  10. The Raven says:

    What Islamic upbringing, Kathleen?

    Mateen was the son of Afghan refugees, born and raised in New York. From what I have read, neither Mateen nor his family were particularly religious.

    As an Afghan, he was culturally linked to a society in which homosexual acts are a norm (there are numerous reports of Taliban commanders and their “special friends” and ANA soldiers behaving in a similar manner, quite openly – a San Francisco bathhouse is a more closeted environment).

    As for the violence of his actions, well they’re pretty much par for the course for seriously deranged people who have access to firearms and explosives (I’ve already mentioned Columbine, but see also Sandy Hook and the Aurora cinema massacre).

    And Mateen didn’t kill himself, he was killed by the cops.

  11. johnhenrycn says:

    “…neither Mateen nor his family were particularly religious…”

    The news reports say he pledged allegiance to ISIS in his pre-massacre 911 (999 in Britain) call, which (if true) says that the homicidal (or should that be homocidal?) cult of Islam played a huge role in his fantasies. Very few self-loathing gay Catholics, or even Anglican ones, are mass murderers.

  12. johnhenrycn says:

    The Raven also mentions …people who have access to firearms and explosives… as a big part of the mass killing problem. I only own one illegal gun, and I’ve never used it. My son-in-law, on the other hand, has two or three legal guns and has slaughtered dozens of innocents.

    Lack of morality, not guns, is the problem. Daughter often goes to Montana for groceries where she says many men have guns on their belts or on their pick-up truck racks; but she lives to tell the tale.

    I do agree, however, that my old friend, Mundabor should not be given access to nuclear weapons.

  13. johnhenrycn says:

    Here’s a Wikipedia list of “Rampage Killers” in the Western Hemisphere in the past 150 years. Four in gun-controlled Canada. None in Montana.

  14. johnhenrycn says:

    Yes, The Raven is going to quote me that wise “lies, damned lies, and statistics” quip by Disraeli – and rightly so – Montana is lightly populated; but perhaps he can point me to a democratic nation or state where gun control means less murders. A statistically impossible feat.

  15. toadspittle says:

    “…perhaps Raven) can point me to a democratic nation or state where gun control means fewer murders.”
    The UK, obviously, compared to the USA. But I must surely be missing JH’s point.
    I suppose he means gun murders. Fewer pressure cooker murders, certainly.

  16. The Raven says:

    Well, JH, I wouldn’t dispute that he *did* invoke Da’esh when he made the 911 call, but he was already in mid-murder-spree by that point; we can’t (at this stage) begin to guess at whether that was a retrospective self-justification or the cause of his rampage.

    As for gun control, I think that the UK goes far too far in its restrictions (we’re basically unable to have anything other than bolt-action/straight pull rifles and shotguns and can only have self-loading rifles chambered in .22″, no hand-guns at all) and those restrictions were introduced after the Hungerford and Dunblane massacres – both cases where the police had abjectly failed to apply the law as it stood and granted firearms licenses to people who were not fit to own them – the rest of us as paying for an institutional failure in the policing department (in the case of Dunblane, I’ve heard it said that the shooter was higher up in the local Masonic lodge than the chief constable and the cops had received specific warnings about his unsuitability to own guns). But the US’s complete unwillingness/inability to prevent head-cases from getting hold of firearms tells me that a basic licensing system would be a good idea.

  17. toadspittle says:

    “…I wouldn’t dispute that he *did* invoke Da’esh when he made the 911 call, but he was already in mid-murder-spree by that point; we can’t (at this stage) begin to guess at whether that was a retrospective self-justification or the cause of his rampage.”
    No we can’t, and I doubt if we will be able to – at any stage. Although you suggest we might, by bringing the issue up, Raven.
    And anyway, who cares? He shouted “Up Isis! Allah is Great!” or whatever, and was then shot.

    I said earlier “Religion often breeds lunacy.” This is an oversimplification – the interpretations of religion is where the trouble starts.

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