Sure I love you sweetheart. Now slip off those panties and doan worry ’bout nothing…
George Griffith and the Barbados Family Planning Association will fix any little accidents.
Just like before times.
The retiring head of the Barbados Family Planning Association still professes to support unrestricted abortion on demand, paid for by public monies. George Griffith can hardly do anything else considering that he devoted at least the last 25 years to promoting and serving the abortion industry, including the social agendas behind Planned Parenthood.
At one time I used to support abortion on demand too. Available and socially acceptable abortion is highly beneficial to young men who want to have their way with young women without any responsibility for the consequences of their random seductions. As a young man I was good at random seductions, I admit. Today’s ‘Game’ players have nothing on me.
Cane field, beach, behind the school wall, backseat, bedroom while the parents were out, Xerox room at the office, standing up against the boot: it was all fine with me and fine with the ladies. We knew that George and his friends would rescue us. We’d be liars if we said that we never took any chances because of that knowledge, but truthful admissions like that go against the party line that inundating young people with technical sexual knowledge produces more responsible behaviour, not less.
But the years marched on, and I eventually matured and realised that I had been deceived about the about the societal and individual consequences of the values promoted by Mr. Griffiths and his friends, and deceived about goals of Planned Parenthood. Advances in medical science also played heavily on my soul as I read studies about fetal pain during abortions, and how tiny babies in the womb learn and feel and respond to outside stimulus and mother’s moods and her chemical changes.
I finally had to be honest with myself and acknowledge the humanity of the unborn child even at the earliest stages of development. Once you acknowledge the humanity of the unborn child, abortion becomes an abhorrent concept.
“Am I a hypocrite? No – I just changed my mind after the revelations of modern medical science couldn’t be denied any longer.”
Then there were the ongoing revelations that the founders of Planned Parenthood like Margaret Sanger were committed eugenicists who wanted to curtail the population growth of the ‘lower races‘, like those ugly black babies and the poor. To this day Planned Parenthood takes donations with a promise that the money will be used to abort only black babies. And the Barbados Family Planning Association is the recipient of that money. Check it out here.
The last twenty years also saw a deluge of insider revelations of widespread infanticide after “failed” abortions, otherwise known as “unintentional live births”. Ever hear about Dr. Kermit Gosnell? Then there was that nasty little Barbados scandal about a 12 year old given an abortion without telling her parents. Planned Parenthood and the Barbados Family Planning Association have lately had difficulties in hiring staff. No wonder.
George Griffith’s failed attempts to get elected to Parliament had everything to do with his employment. I couldn’t understand why the BLP kept fielding him as a candidate until 2013 when everyone realised he was toxic to winning general support. Sometimes people get so focused on their own causes and beliefs that they can’t accept the majority of folks don’t think the same.
Abortion is a multi-billion dollar business
Abortion is a dirty business, but it is also a multi-billion dollar business worldwide. If Bajans needed further proof of how dirty the abortion business is, they got it when Prime Minister Owen Arthur allowed a stem-cell clinic to set up in Barbados – that used body parts from aborted and murdered live babies imported from Eastern Europe. Lucrative, yes… but dirty. The local news media dropped that story in about two seconds and never mentioned it again.
And then we have today’s news article with smiling George Griffith attending the 60th anniversary church service of the Barbados Family Planning Association. A church service to celebrate the largest abortion supplier in Barbados…