As I keep telling you: the whole world is in the process of getting on-board with the Western (Jewish) program, as the world prepares to come together under a one-world system.
Everywhere you look, that is what is happening. Basically, every international news story includes some element of this.
Argentina on Wednesday became the largest nation in Latin America to legalize abortion, a landmark vote in a conservative region and a victory for a grass-roots movement that turned years of rallies into political power.
The high-stakes vote in the Senate gripped the nation into the early morning, and the measure’s approval — by a wider-than-expected tally of 38 to 29, with one abstention — came after 12 hours of often dramatic debate, exposing the tensions between the long-dominant Roman Catholic Church, whose influence is waning, and a growing feminist movement.
(It’s really good for society when this happens, of course, as we’ve seen in every country. It makes women much happier.)
“I didn’t change my way of thinking about abortion,” said Lucila Crexell, a senator from the southern Neuquén Province who had kept her vote under wraps and abstained from a vote on the matter in 2018. “I changed my focus on how I think the issue should be approached. It isn’t about feminism or religion. Clandestine abortion is a silent figure that kills, harms and writes very sad stories.”
As it unfolded, the Senate debate was closely followed by masses of both opponents and supporters of abortion rights, who camped out in the plaza around the neo-Classical Palace of Congress, chanting, cheering and praying as they tried to sway a handful of undecided senators to their respective camps.
Argentina’s president, Alberto Fernández, has promised to sign the bill into law, making it legal for women to end pregnancies for any reason up to 14 weeks. After that, there will be exceptions allowed for rape and the woman’s health.
The effects of the legalization vote are likely to ripple across Latin America, galvanizing reproductive-rights advocates elsewhere in the region and leaving them hopeful that other socially conservative nations could follow suit.
Abortion of course isn’t purely about ghoulishly slaughtering children, as many evangelicals would have you believe. It is about completely flipping upside-down the power dynamics of society.
Free abortion creates a situation where women have an unlimited, free-for-all type ability to use sex to influence and manipulate men. It also fully removes any and all responsibility from women, enabling them to act with absolute impunity, without worrying about the consequences of any action.
We’ve seen this process take place in every single country where women have been given rights: women take over the society, and then basically just totally destroy everything, even whilst it does not appear to benefit them collectively or individually.
Now, the rest of the Latin American nations which have held out against this global vaginal onslaught are going to begin falling like dominos, as everyone on the planet gets lined up to come together under this new banner of global tyranny.