By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor

When we talk about blasphemous abuse of the unborn, it’s time we saw the real effects of the deeply disturbing effect pseudo-Christian fanaticism has had on the medical community and the welfare of women across America.  Picture this, a doctor examines a patient, a woman carrying a child.  The child has no heartbeat, it is, in fact, a rotting corpse in her womb. 

When it would be medically correct, not only from a physiological but psychological perspective to end the fruitless pregnancy with a “late term abortion,” a misnomer generally applied to removing non-viable tissue rather than aborting babies which physicians, in fear of prosecution or being murdered, often force their patients to carry “dead in the womb” to term.  Women subjected to this horrific abuse suffer traumatic stress and often years of depression.   Think of waking up day after day and looking down and saying to yourself, “I have a dead baby in there.”

Their doctors know it is wrong but out of fear of prosecution and having their reputations smeared or of being murdered and having their families subjected to assaults and threats, turn against their medical oaths, their real responsibility to their patients and try to survive, survive until America returns to the rule of law.  In some regions of the country, that wait is a waste of time, as we all well know,  real America, the one we love and sacrifice for suffered an early death in the “blue states.”   The process has been closely akin to gangrene but with more smell.


Ever wonder where those photographs of chopped up babies come from that you get in your email or are posted around the internet.  Some readers have told us that these same photos are displayed in their churches.  How does someone get a photo of a dead fetus?  It is a violation of law, of course, to photograph such a thing.  Possessing and distributing such a photo is also a felony, receiving and distributing stolen property, conspiracy and mail and wire fraud.  But are the photos real?  Of course not.  But then, where do they come from?

Any medical professional who examines these photographs will notice that they show signs of a couple of things, primarily a fetus brought to term but one who has deteriorated due to disease, was stillborn or died soon after birth.  It would be possible to get such a photograph in the United States.  It would be a crime.  Try it.  Go down to any hospital, bring your camera and ask, “Where are the dead babies, I need some photos.”  Count to ten.  Those people lifting you off your feet are security guards and that noise you are hearing is your head hitting the pavement while your camera bounces across the parking lot.

Where you can get those photographs is Haiti or Mali, maybe even some areas of Chad or Mozambique, areas where “missionaries” can get ahold of a still born child and hack it apart.  Get the picture?  They certainly did, and you may have been taken in by them if you look at it, sent it to others and even donated money to people who would desecrate a child in such a way. 

Desecration:  the act of depriving something of its sacred character—or the disrespectful or contemptuous treatment of that which is held to be sacred by a group or individual.

What is the motivation for such acts of bestial cruelty and dishonesty done in the name of charity?  Are you familiar with the term “mammon.”  When you wonder why people known for personal lives of selfishness and narcissism flock to your side yet you find yourself admiring them, following them and descending into sin, you have become a servant of Mammon.  From the Webster and Oxford dictionaries:

“Mammon” or “Mann” or “Matmon” or “Mammonas” or “Matmel” as: 1) the false god of riches and avarice. 2) riches regarded as an object of worship and greedy pursuit; wealth as an evil, more or less personified.[1] Winston defines it to mean: 1) wealth, worldly gain; 2) greed for riches; cupidity.[2] Oxford defines: god of wealth, regarded as evil or immoral; ‘those who worship mammon’ are equivalent to greedy people who value money too highly.[3]

Have you ever noticed how often the coveted photographs of chopped up and abused infants are black?  Do you think this is accidental or is it possible that there is a purpose in this?  Ever wonder why the vast majority of those who are “pro-life” are white, undereducated, rural and often of the Christian Zionist “apocalypse sect?”  Does another term, “sanctimonious” also come to mind or, perhaps another, “racist?”


Do we embark on the WWJD (what would Jesus do) tour of the gospels to find something supporting the position of the so called “pro-life” movement?  Take a moment to notice.  Why is almost everyone involved in the anti-abortion/pro-life movement someone that Jesus would take a baseball bat to?  If the Christ that your pastor talks about has Jesus out shooting doctors or harassing and victimizing the poor, the downtrodden and the meek, perhaps you might want to check if you had accidentally “switched teams” without being aware. 

What do we know about Christ?  What would he warn you of?  Would he tell you that if you are being told it is ok to hate, to despise those around you, to judge and punish that you are serving evil?  Perhaps this could be brought up next Sunday.  Maybe Jesus had his “character” rewritten by one of those Hollywood folks or, worse yet, Karl Rove.  Take a look at those of power that you admire.  How many have lives that emulate the sacrifice and suffering of Christ? 


Find out if late term abortions, the ones described by our lie mongers actually occur.  Find out of women can simply decide to end a pregnancy on a whim, 6 months or more along.  “Doc, get out the big shears and cut this little bastard out of me.  Oh, and go ahead, invite the folks from the church down so they can take photographs.” 

These people exist, women like this.  They exist in the imaginations of the racist thugs who whine about welfare Cadillacs and illegal aliens robbing us of trillions of dollars, the same folks who used to firebomb African American churches.  No more white sheets and hoods, now they show up with makeup and 1970s haircuts and talk down to us in that “southern way.”  The message is always the same, send money and we will put a stop to this evil those bad black people are doing helped by those Jewish doctors and their elitist college professor friends.  Homosexuals are involved to, not all the Republican ones, mind you.  Don’t go there.  Barney Frank, he is the one, the only homosexual in Congress. 

How I do love it when a plot comes together.    It all comes back to Jesus and the gospels.  The founding fathers left late term abortions out of the Constitution but, if you take a look through the Book of Exodus, you might find something about bearing false witness.  Can forwarding an email be a sin?  How many are going to be “left behind” for hitting that “send” button?

Maybe next time someone sends you an email with a pornographic dead baby photo, you will ask them to send the medical records and some proof that the baby in question wasn’t hacked to pieces by someone doing “God’s work.” 




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Gordon Duff posted articles on VT from 2008 to 2022. He is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. A disabled veteran, he worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world's largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues. Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world, and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than "several" countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist, and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.