The Hegelian Abortion Conflict



The divide and conquer tactics continue with the passage of this new law in Alabama. Whether you are for or against this newly passed law in Alabama, I believe it’s worth peeling back the emotional layers that the media have inundated the public with and take a look at how this issue is being used to manipulate you.

Abortion, like global warming, gun control, immigration, ect., is a very heated and divisive issue in America. The conflict between those that believe it’s a woman’s right to choose to abort their unborn and those that believe in the sanctity of life in the womb, has been an emotionally charged one, to say the least since Roe v. Wade in 1973. I will state outright that I am not just “pro-life”, but I believe that abortion should be completely and totally abolished in America. There are abortion abolition movements in several states including mine. Abortion is legalized murder and the needle on the societal barometer indicating just how sick a nation is and how twisted the laws are can be best shown by a large segment of society coupled with a government that vehemently declares that it’s a woman’s “constitutional right” to kill their unborn child out of convenience.

I’m not going to get too heavily into the moral aspect of abortion and infanticide as I have already done in a previous post. Instead, I want to illustrate how this issue is being used to divide the nation and create an endless conflict amongst the population by which it is designed to only be solved by a world governing body such as the U.N. This culture war is being carried out in the classic Hegelian fashion as other divisive issues. One side says it’s the woman’s right to choose (thesis), the other side says choose life (anti-thesis). The law that was passed in Alabama is just another indication that the powers that be want to prolong this conflict without coming to a viable solution in the near term. Before pro-lifers celebrate the Alabama law, it’s wise to understand what the law is trying to bring about. For the law’s main purpose is not to ban abortion in Alabama, but instead, take the fight up to the U.S. Supreme Court in the hopes that a “conservative” majority will overturn Roe v. Wade.

There are several problems with this tactic. First of all, no matter how many times it is said and accepted by American society, Roe v. Wade is NOT law and is actually UNCONSTITUTIONAL. Read the U.S. Constitution and you will see that the Judicial Branch can not make any law and has not been given any authority to rule in favor or against any issue that belongs in the hands of the States. The Constitution does not give the Supreme Court any authority over life and death matters within the states, thus Roe v. Wade is null and void. That brings me to my second point, if the Supreme Court has no constitutional authority over this issue, as well as most others, then the States can easily nullify the Roe v. Wade since it doesn’t carry any lawful weight. The 10th Amendment states:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

That means any powers that are not specifically given to the federal government by the Constitution have NO bearing within the 50 States, thus the States can nullify and abolish abortion without taking the fight to the Supreme Court since they have no power to make any ruling that is to be obeyed within the States. The power is in the States as enumerated in the 10th Amendment. The State of Alabama and others that are trying to pass these “pro-life” bills are fighting a losing battle. If they’re holding out hopes that a supposed “conservative” majority will overturn this issue, they shouldn’t hold their breath. Justice Kavanaugh has turned tail and sided with the liberals on several rulings over the last few months. So much for a “conservative” Justice. I wouldn’t hold my breath for Justice Roberts either. All in all, the Supreme Court route is a losing battle and a waste of time, especially when the States can easily nullify the federal abortion ruling as well as any other federal law that is clearly outside of the federal jurisdictional clause in Article 1, Sec. 8, Cl. 17.

This brings me to my next point; if pro-lifers are being steered to fight through an impossible and unpractical route, then could it be said that being “pro-life” in America is really just being a part of the Hegelian controlled opposition? I believe it’s safe to say that both sides of this issue are being played and that the whole convoluted Roe v. Wade decision was meant to create a divisive never-ending conflict in America. The conflict between two opposing sides is what the powers that be really want. The more we are divided and the more divisive issues people gravitate to, the easier we are conquered by the enemy. As long as a divided population sees the other side as the enemy and feels threatened by them, then the real enemy who pulls the strings is left without scrutiny.

Folks, it’s time to wake up. While you’re bickering back and forth on these divisive issues our enemies are busy preparing to take us into a new and devastating war in the Middle East. I don’t believe the heat is turning up on the abortion issue by accident. This is clearly coinciding with the military preparations against Iran. They don’t want you to research the geopolitical chessboard nor the fact that the “credible threat” from Iran that was supposedly uncovered by Israeli intelligence was a complete fraud as I predicted on my previous post on this issue. So much so, that even Trump is now downplaying the threat:

I’ve always admonished my readers to watch the other hand when a distraction is being played out before their eyes. This, like most of the other hot button headlines, is all a political kabuki drama designed to keep you distracted and fighting each other. If pro-lifers really want to ban abortion, they could do it in a New York minute within their respective states. To me being “pro-life” in America is like being a card carrying member of the NRA. The NRA is not interested in nullifying gun control laws, but it is instead a Hegelian organization whose sole purpose is to prolong the conflict and compromise in order to align with the synthesis while raking in donations from its gullible members.

Quit falling for the manipulation. Whether you are liberal or conservative, pro-life or pro-choice, you’re being played. Donald Trump is really playing conservatives and most Christians like a fiddle. The excuses that conservatives make for that lying charlatan in the Oval Office are incredible. Not to mention the idolatrous praise and worship that Christians have for Trump. Despite the fact that you wrap yourselves in the flag, there will be a day when history will judge you as an accessory to the downfall of this Republic.