"Baby Parts for Sale" read the headline on a recent article by Mona Charen,
in her November 9th article on the "Women and Children First," website. Ms.
Charens op-ed piece described abortion scenes of unspeakable horror. In
summary, there is a profitable demand for "fresh" human organs and tissue for
medical uses, which helps explain the strange support by pro-abortion forces for
Ms. Charens article includes an interview with a worker at a firm
trafficking in body parts, in which the woman describes how some of the newly
aborted late-term babies she "harvested" for parts were still alive when she
received them. The first time this happened, with a pair of twins, she notified
the abortion doctor, presumably certain that he would take appropriate steps to
save them. Instead, the woman recounted how the doctor drowns the babies in
And so children, each created in the image of God, are drowned like unwanted
farm puppies in order to provide tiny spare body parts. During the Nuremberg
trials, the Germans were falsely accused of having used Jewish bodies to make
soap an instinctively revolting charge that still resonates in popular
mythology. How far we have come since 1946. Today our lawmakers protect
well-known moral atrocities worse than even the fabricated "Jewish soap" tale!
Such has been Americas predictable moral decline under the "Culture of Death."
Pro-life advocates are not the only ones to act in revulsion over commercial
abortion. Traditionally "pro-choice" establishment editors have recently spoken
out, making Pat Buchanans stance against abortion look normal. Some have gone
so far as to condemn pro-abortion organizations for their role in bringing this
upon us. A November 27th editorial in the Scottsdale Arizona Tribune referred to
the National Organization of Womens "choose death political agenda," which was
a clear departure from the papers historic abortion tolerant position. It
appears on the surface that even the liberal media, horrified by what it has
learned, is abruptly swinging to a more balanced "protect the innocent"
position. Could it be that big media is about to pronounce in unison that it was
wrong all along, and that which "God hath made" should not be dissected for
A less trusting observation of our press is in order. It is far more likely
the establishment media correctly senses that the public is again near the
boiling point on the abortion issue, and is merely cooling the pot by venting
off the thoughts of their readership. The establishment media can no longer
depend on the publics ignorance about any issue it chooses to ignore because of
the freedom of information now offered on the Internet. Is it simply
"fessing-up" a little under this competition?
But there is a far more pressing question about this "tiny body parts"
scandal that cries out for an answer. Where is the Celebrity Christian Right on
this issue? Why is there is so little moral outrage, and practically no real
action, from our prominent high-profile religious leaders? Where is the call for
sweeping legislation to criminalize all abortion? Where are the demands for
reform in the Republican Party, which now gives only lip service to the unborn
child, but effectively accepts abortion as a fact of life? Are the Robertsons,
Dobsons, Colsons, Farwells, and Billy Grahams simply under the haystack fast
asleep, oblivious of the rising public revulsion? Or is there also another
reason why Celebrity Christians are saying and doing so little when so much
could be done? For the answer, see Heads Up next week.
Read Mona Charens full article at http://www.prolifeinfo.org/