Justice Ginsburg and abortion…absolutely revolting

Justice Ginsburg’s abortion comments to the New York Times, although shocking, are not necessarily surprising.  Pro-lifers have known from the beginning that legalized abortion in the U.S. is the result of eugenic ideology.  I can assure you that Justice Ginsburg is not alone in her sentiments–quite the contrary.  If you don’t believe me, take a look at this trailer of Demographic Bomb to find out how her elitist counterparts have orchestrated the demise of millions of unborn babies all over the world in the name of population control.

In her interview with the Times, the justice managed in a few paragraphs to convey exactly what her ilk think of people “we don’t want to have too many of.”

Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.  So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion. Which some people felt would risk coercing women into having abortions when they didn’t really want them. (Emphasis added)

The Justice sees abortion as a means of population control–nothing about politically correct “reproductive rights” here.  The rest of the sentence only confirms her ruthlessness.

Just who does she not want to “have too many of?”  The poor, the people on the Medicaid plan. Justice Ginsberg sees the poor as an economic strata of people that it is better we got rid of.  It’s a revolting idea.  Being poor is not some lifelong condition from which you can never recover.  Many of us are poor right now.  Consider that; Ginsburg wants to kill your offspring because they don’t deserve to live in her mind.  And even if you are poor all your life–what right do eugenicists have to destroy your children?  Jonathan Swift and his ruefully sarcastic “A Modest Proposal” comes to mind here.  But Swift was joking…and Ginsburg isn’t.

Note what she says about Medicaid and coercion.  Funny how that comes up right now when we’re looking at an eventual government take-over of health care.  Ginsburg sees Medicaid as a way to control people, and the population.  And she’s not alone–she’s just more candid, or less media savvy, then her elitist counterparts.

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4 comments on “Justice Ginsburg and abortion…absolutely revolting

  1. Joe Pirillo says:

    I agree, it is not surprising. I will be rereading the interview a few more times. However, I think the sentence you highlight is the shocker. It is her use of the pronoun “we” that disturbs me. It is one thing to point out what we all know, abortion rights are founded on eugenic principles; it is another to blatantly associate oneself with such narrow minded principles which today are normally whispered, not trumpeted.

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  2. Jesse says:

    Well in all fairness, the same paragraph concludes with: “And then I realized that my perception of it had been altogether wrong.” 36 years ago, with Roe v. Wade, Ruth Bader Ginsburg felt it was the responsibility of the federal government to provide abortions via Medicaid to women who could not afford them. 30-odd years ago she reversed her opinion. 16 years ago she became a member of the Supreme Court.

    • Amy Lewis says:

      Actually, the Justice never says in this Times interview that she does NOT think the federal government should provide abortions to women on Medicaid, only that her perception (that to provide Medicaid-funded abortions was the purpose of Roe v. Wade) was wrong.

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