“Ninety Miles an Hour”, Bob Dylan, from the album “Down In The Groove”, (1988)
Every now and then some blogger coins a term worthy of note. Such a one is : chiroptostercornuceophobia, “fear of the shrieking batshit insane” … This should prove refreshingly useful amidst the world-wide plague of “shrieking batshit insane zombies” we currently are dieing under.
Like the historic Black Death which killed an estimated 200 million worldwide during the 14th century, our modern plague of “shrieking batshit insane zombies” has tangentially killed an estimated 2 billion people worldwide in the last 50 years.
That is certainly a remarkable improvement in efficiency wouldn’t you agree. It is such a pleasure to see our much vaunted “efficiency experts” happily industrializing state sanctioned murder.
The 20th and the 21st century so far mark the high water mark for man’s inhumanity to man – the global slaughterhouse is running triple shifts 24-7-365 since at least the 60’s and this tsunami of blood has become just so banal and normal that it is not even really remarked upon any more.
In fact it has become so banal that the only thing remarked upon is the impolite raising of the issue and the embarrassing pariah is the person has the temerity to comment on the problem(s) associated with such currently fashionable trends.
Since the abortion business really took off around 1960 or so, we have probably eliminated … two billion unborn human beings.
Think about it. Over the past half-century, quietly and without fanfare, in ordinary towns and cities, in dozens of countries around the world, perhaps two billion children have been killed. They have died unknown, often unmourned, and acknowledged only from time to time.
The 20th century was violent by any measure. Thirty-seven million people were killed in World War I. Over 60 million perished in World War II. Six million Jews and another six million Catholics died in Hitler’s death camps. Twenty million died at the hands of the Soviet authorities. Sixty-five million Chinese were killed by the Communist Party, while forty-two million more starved to death during Mao’s Great Leap Forward. And so on.
But these numbers are dwarfed by the sheer volume of children who have been killed this past half-century. At the very least, this number of abortions is a demographic event of gigantic proportions. As the human race celebrates its 7 billionth member this fall, we should take a moment to remember the billion or two who fell—and are still falling—victim to the abortionists’ knives.
And the “shrieking batshit insane zombies” don’t care, not even a little bit just as long as nothing is “allowed to interfere with our “right” to pursue pleasure, as we use the child-making thing as a sweating-off spa on our way to money, prestige, a five-bathroom mansion for two, a tenured chair in Women’s Studies, the mayoralty of Camden, another year of nights out on the town, whatever.”
What is to be done?
Not many cheers to be had today …
The future is definitely not friendly … no matter what Tellus tells us