Tuesday, August 25, 2009

I don't know when it became normal, or mainstream, to consider the demise of the human race as a "forward thinking" and accepted idea. Maybe it started in Berkeley, back in the late 60's, when it seemed that everyone there just hated themselves (ironic when you consider this was borne out of the summer of love - this just goes to show you the slippery slope or immorality).

What makes me nervous is that not only do these people have a friend in the Progressive movement (or liberalism, if you will), but they also have the ear of the President of the United States. Keep in mind, the President's chief adviser to health care is Rahm Emanuel's brother, Ezekiel (E Z Kill?). This man has stated the the elderly with dementia and the young who have neurological disorders should be sacrificed for the common good.

But leave it to the World's Worst Commentator to prop this monster up:

MSNBC's Best Person in the World Regards Human Race as "Malignant Ecotumor"

Late-term abortionist and media darling Warren Hern has been named The Best Person in the World by MSNBC's inexpressibly vile Keith Olbermann. Here's what he thinks of the human race:

"The human species is an example of a malignant ecotumor, an uncontrolled proliferation of a single species that threatens the existence of other species in their habitats," he wrote in a paper published in Population and Environment in 1990. He concluded that, "The idea that the human population is a planetary cancer is a profoundly disturbing conclusion, but the observations of the scientific community over the last 20 years have provided massive support this hypothesis and little, if anything, to refute it."
His opinion didn't change over the course of 18 years. "From the point of view of a physician, the expanding, invasive, colonizing urban form with highly irregular borders resembles a malignant lesion," wrote Hern in a 2008 paper published in the International Journal of Anthropology. "Malignant neoplasms have at least four major characteristic: rapid, uncontrolled growth; invasion and destruction of adjacent normal tissues (eco systems); metastasis (distant colonization); and de-differentiation." …
It's Hern's "humans as cancer" hypothesis that drives him to perform abortions. He told [Esquire magazine's John H.] Richardson, "I do think that helping people control their fertility is highly consistent with helping people be responsible citizens of the planet. If somebody misunderstands it or tries to distort it, I don't give a s---."

Here The Best Person in the World describes how he served Gaia by murdering the child of a woman in her 17th week of pregnancy:

I inserted my forceps into the uterus and applied them to the head of the fetus, which was still alive, since fetal injection is not done at that stage of pregnancy. I closed the forceps, crushing the skull of the fetus, and withdrew the forceps. The fetus, now dead, slid out more or less intact.

But don't call him an abortionist…

Hern explained to Richardson that the "abortionist" label is now "a degrading and demeaning word that has the same negative connotations as the most despicable racial epithet."

Actually, abortionist is a euphemism. Hern is a professional murderer.

In an astonishing display of liberal hypocrisy and projection, Hern denounces anyone who objects to the industrial scale murder of children of adhering to "a fascist ideology." The guy who crushes babies' skulls for a living also accused conservatives of being "willing to use violence."

There is a misperception that liberal ideology is foolish but well-meaning. In truth, it is evil. Thank you liberal media, for setting the record straight by glorifying this psychotic, antihuman fiend.

Courtesy of Van Helsing

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