Archive for the 'abortion' Category

14 September, 2018

Posted by Socrates in abortion, abortion movement, Brown v. Board of Education, jewed law, jewed politics, Jewish paranoia, Jewish politicians, Roe v. Wade, Socrates, Supreme Court at 5:03 pm | Permanent Link

With judge Kavanaugh nearly confirmed for America’s highest court, it looks like the horrible 1973 Roe v. Wade decision – the biggest Jew-turd ever to be shitted out by the U.S. Supreme Court, next to Brown v. Board of Education – could be overturned, and Jews like Senator Dianne Feinstein are really worried and so […]

1 July, 2018

Posted by Socrates in abortion, abortion movement, Bork, feminism, Feminists, jewed culture, Jewed health care, jewed law, Socrates, Supreme Court, Trump, Trumpphobia at 2:52 pm | Permanent Link

Of course the key issue will be abortion. That was also the case back in 1987 when president Ronald Reagan tried to get judge Robert Bork onto the court. The leftists and the Jews were in absolute hysterics at the thought of Bork joining the court, due to his common-sense views about abortion. The leftists […]

27 January, 2017

Posted by Socrates in abortion, abortion movement, jewed culture, jewed law, jewed politics, Roe v. Wade, Socrates, Supreme Court at 1:23 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: the Jewish abortion doctor, Bernard Nathanson) Today is the March For Life rally in Washington, D.C. Newbies, note two things: 1) the abortion industry is heavily Jewish and indeed could be called “a Jewish industry” [1]; 2) the 1973 Roe v. Wade court ruling was totally bogus. The liberal court, in total desperation, arrived […]

31 March, 2016

Posted by Socrates in abortion, abortion movement, Holocaust, Holocaustianity, political correctness, politics, Roe v. Wade, Socrates, Trump, voting, women voting at 2:39 pm | Permanent Link

In America, there are several things that you aren’t “allowed” to question. One thing is: any part of The Holocaust, no matter how small it may be. Another thing is: the sacred “right” of a woman to have an abortion on demand. To question any part of that “right” is to be an evil person […]

5 June, 2014

Posted by Socrates in abortion, abortion movement, constitution, feminism, Feminists, jewed culture, jewed law, Roe v. Wade, Socrates, Supreme Court at 2:20 pm | Permanent Link

The U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion in the 1973 ruling Roe v. Wade. Here’s the problem: abortion isn’t a private act per se, so the Supreme Court had no business filing Roe v. Wade under “privacy.” But the liberals on the Court were desperate, really desperate, to legalize abortion. That’s why Roe v. Wade will […]