(Catholic Online) - We must prepare ourselves for the real work of building a culture of life and civilization of love, a new society. The end of Roe is not the end of the struggle....THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: The terrorist regime of abortion-on-demand, created by the United States Supreme Court in 1973, will soon fall, just as the Soviet Union did in 1991. Though this may seem impossible to us today, it WILL come about SOON, just as the world was shocked by the fall of communism almost 20 years ago.
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It has to fall. Why? Because it defies natural law. If it's not brought down by a miraculous event, then it will fall of it's own accord simply because regimes that defy natural law, do not last. Nature itself takes care of them, whether that be human nature, or natural forces.
This is not the first time the United States of America has fostered and coddled an unnatural regime. The Constitution of the Untied States bears the mark of the unnatural regime called slavery. What emerged from the Civil War (1861-1865) was a totally new nation, bearing virtually no resemblance to the former, and radically altered in constitutional amendments that changed the form and structure of government within the Union. This is why Abraham Lincoln is typically recognized as a "founding father" even through his presidency was over a generation removed from the founding of the United States. He was a "founder" in the sense that his presidency "re-founded" the United States government in an entirely new way which was (for better or worse) entirely separate from the old. The Washingtonian regime fell with the Civil War, and what rose from the ashes was the Lincolnian regime, which Americans have lived under ever since. Under the Lincolnian regime we have seen the fall of institutionalized segregation, and the emphasis on racial equality. But Lincoln's America is fundamentally flawed in that it does not recognize the fundamental Right to Life of America's most vulnerable - the terminally ill, elderly and unborn. The federal government has had decades to repent of this, all to no avail, so natural law dictates that it is just a matter of time before there is another regime change.
Fortunately for all Americans, the terrorist regime of abortion-on-demand is not enshrined in the U.S. Constitution itself. There is no article within the Constitution that guarantees a woman's so-called "right" to an abortion. That's good news for all of us. Had such an article existed, we might be facing a situation similar to the circumstances just prior to the Civil War in 1860. However, the terrorist regime of abortion-on-demand is entirely dependent on an INTERPRETATION of the Constitution enshrined in the Supreme Court decision called Roe v. Wade. Therefore, that regime can easily be changed with another interpretation of the Supreme Court. It can also be changed through legislative means. The U.S. Congress only needs to remove jurisdiction of hearing abortion cases from the federal courts - something that is entirely within its power. If federal courts cannot hear abortion cases, then states can pass their own laws on abortion, and the U.S. Supreme Court would be powerless to overrule them. There is also a third option. The U.S. Congress could pass the Human Life Amendment, and the states could ratify it, thus guaranteeing the Right to Life in the Constitution itself. Any of the above situations could happen, and I suspect one of them will happen very soon, much to every one's surprise.
During the era of Washingtonian America (1776-1861), the issue of slavery was morally ambiguous to the people of that time, just as the issue of abortion seems morally ambiguous to many people today. Americans were divided on slavery. Some claimed it was an issue of property rights, and to free slaves would violate the rights of property owners. Others claimed the human right to freedom superseded property rights. The later were called abolitionists, but in today's political language we might call them "Pro-Freedom." While those who advocated property rights, to justify slavery, we could only call "Pro-Choice." The Pro-Choice Washingtonian America fell in 1861. That was the end of that regime. The Pro-Choice regime of today's Lincolnian America will fall too. It is inevitable, but hopefully, its fall will not be so violent.
In all reality, Lincoln's America is already falling. There may not be a Civil War coming, but the effects of the "culture of death" on our civilization are similar. Our city streets are overrun with drugs and gang violence. Our economy is crumbling. Our national leaders are willfully surrendering our sovereignty to globalism, NAFTA, and the emerging North American Union. Our nation is in a seemingly endless war against terrorist organizations, hell bent on destroying us. All of these things are but signs that the end of our current national regime is near. God has withdrawn his blessing from the United States. How can he possibly bless this nation, when it defends the wholesale slaughter of the innocent unborn? Regime change is coming, and one way or another, abortion-on-demand will soon come to an end in this nation.
When that day comes, and it will come, we must be prepared to rebuild America as a culture of life, upon the ashes of what's left of our fallen nation. That's when the real work begins. BE PREPARED!!! THE DAY IS COMING SOON!!!