... It's no different from what Zionist Russia did when it manufactured The Protocols Of Zion.
Santorum Wants All Birth Control Made Illegal
FEBRUARY 9, 2012 BY RHONDA WINTER 8 COMMENTS
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum not only wants to criminalize absolutely all abortion in the United States, without exception, he also is rabidly against all forms of birth control. Here is a terrifying and bizarre excerpt from the Rachel Maddow Show of former Pennsylvania Senator Santorum spreading his frothy views on the “dangers of contraception“:
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Michigan Republicans have introduced a bill requiring all women to undergo a transvaginal ultrasound before obtaining an abortion, a move that rekindles last year’s firestorm when other GOP-led states were considering similar measures.
The legislation introduced Tuesday in the state House ensures the “performance of a diagnostic ultrasound examination of the fetus at least two hours before an abortion is performed” and requires her to sign a consent form prior to the abortion. The bill was introduced by state Rep. Joel Johnson (R) and cosponsored by 22 fellow lawmakers.
The Protocols were proven to be a forgery, possibly authored by the Czars secret police, I've read. But, in what context can Russia possibly be called Zionist? Are you making a joke? Have you not seen Fiddler On the Roof, which captured the adversary relationship between Russian Jews and the Czarist regime? Do tell.
Advocate wrote:That is just a cheap insult. I don't think like a Nazi.
You dehumanise Palestinians by calling them "Pals" (just like the Nazis calling Jews "Unarische") and you make sick jokes about them starving in captivity like the guards used to at Auschwitz. Your posting history is full of examples of hatred of Palestinians.
He is either being deliberately stupid and trolling or he really is that dumb.
Did you know there are Anglos who have killed their own relative?
Did you also know that the GOP in the US of A are trying to control women's body with legislation to prohibit access to contraceptives? And to require them to go through viginal probes if they seek an abortion? Did you know that in some states, prostitution is legal?
Before you go hunting for unethical behavior across the pond, just look at home at what party politics is doing to women.
The Republican War on Women: Invading the Vagina in Virginia
Posted: 02/15/2012 10:31 am
Reproductive Health , Republican Party , Abortion Rights , Anti-Abortion , Republicans , Women's Issues , Women's Rights , Women's Health , Contraception , Personhood , Personhood Amendments , Reproductive Rights , Ultrasound , Virginia , Virginia Ultrasound Bill , War On Women , Women , Politics News
The Republican Party has declared war on the dignity of women. This war on women is emerging as a centerpiece of the Republicans' 2012 election strategy. Around the country, women are being told that they should feel shame about their bodies, their sexuality, and the choices that they make as adults. The latest assault is taking place in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the invasion of women's bodies is so literal that it would qualify as farce if it were not chilling reality.
The Virginia legislature has passed a bill that will force women seeking an abortion to undergo a medically unnecessary transvaginal ultrasound. The mandated procedure requires that a probe be inserted into the woman's vagina and manipulated around so as to produce a high-resolution picture of the uterus and surrounding organs -- once again, for no medically sound reason. Governor Bob McDonnell has said that he will sign the bill. As part of the same package, the legislature also enacted a "personhood" law that would define life to begin at the stage of a fertilized egg, even before implantation, and hence would outlaw many forms of contraception and all abortions.
The Republican Party of Virginia showed no apparent irony in enacting this vaginal invasion bill on Valentine's Day. This, apparently, is what was on their minds.
My Muslim colleague told me he doesn't take the Koran literally, and that sura 4:34 is offensive and just as bad as many things in the Christian/Jewish Bible which are ignored by modern Christians and religious Jews. I agree with him.
Advocate wrote:Importantly, the Muslim countries have incorporated the Muslim scriptures into their bodies of law.
You just make this **** up as you go along. Indonesia is the most populous Moslem nation in the world and its legal system is based primarily on Dutch Colonial Law.
This is the typical action of a bigot, label all adherants of a major world religion as unreasoning fundamentalists so you can lay the ground for their persecution. It's no different from what Zionist Russia did when it manufactured The Protocols Of Zion.
It may be anecdotal to you, but most Muslims are peace loving people who live all over this globe including Europe, India, Central Asia, Indonesia, and the US.
We know by your perceptions about Muslims, that you're a bigot with no real idea about a group of humans that live on this planet.
A person who is bigoted.
zealot - fanatic
You're a bigot.
A person who is bigoted.
Despite an electorate that is overwhelmingly pro-choice, there is no doubt that the GOP’s first goal is to deprive women of their reproductive rights and to frame that argument not as one of health but religion. It is in fact so important an issue to the GOP that out of some 40,000 laws of all types enacted in 2011, as RMuse wrote here recently, “there were nearly 1,000 bills in state legislatures to restrict a woman’s right to legal abortion services” (up from 950 in 2010). Alternet lists the 10 worst states in which to be a woman. The lone piece of good news was the unexpected sanity of Mississippi voters. Interestingly, the GOP is now trying to co-opt the War on Women for their own, accusing liberals of waging war on “pro-choice” women, or declaring that Obama is waging a war on women and that the Obama White House has been a hostile work environment. This is while Congress, already in 2012, has taken no less than eight votes against women – in just three months. It is frightening to think what the final toll might be by December 31.
The fact that women are mistreated and even brutalized in the USA and other places hardly makes it acceptable for the Pals to do this.
Moreover, it is a prevalent thing in the WB and Gaza.