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At the Babylon Bee: Moloch Warns Of Looming Child Sacrifice Supply Chain Issues

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In many parts of the United States:

CANAAN—In a somber press release outside the burning gates of torment and suffering, the fire god Moloch warned of looming supply chain issues regarding child sacrifices.

Moloch added that human sacrifices, purifications, ordeals by fire, mutilations, etc., would cease until the supply chain shortages were sorted out through democratically violent means.

“My demon logistics department is reporting a supply chain shortage of children to sacrifice upon burning idols and in fiery pits,” said the god of brazen gratification and hedonism. “The scarcity of innocent young lives to be brutally murdered at my feet is mostly due to the US Supreme Court’s upcoming reversal of Roe v. Wade, led by white supremacist Clarence Thomas.”

Worldviews, “Moloch Warns Of Looming Child Sacrifice Supply Chain Issues” at Babylon Bee (May 5, 2022)

Note from O’Leary for News: As I wrote elsewhere,

[s]everal nurses have told me over the years that they had taken the risk of holding babies who had survived abortions and were then abandoned to die in the Soiled Utility Closet. They cuddled them while they breathed their last.

One even tried to save such a baby by rushing him into the preemie ward but, as it was economically put, she fought that battle alone…. and lost.

That’s what Woke is and always has been. The next step is, of course, childhood euthanasia. It is already being discussed in “bioethics” circles.

Don’t think it’s not coming round to you too.

8 Replies to “At the Babylon Bee: Moloch Warns Of Looming Child Sacrifice Supply Chain Issues

  1. 1
    polistra says:

    “Bioethics” has always been another name for Josef Mengele.

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    Seversky says:

    So you are saying the Babylon Bee website is not satire but factual reporting?

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    Silver Asiatic says:

    One even tried to save such a baby by rushing him into the preemie ward but, as it was economically put, she fought that battle alone…. and lost.

    She’s a good woman, surrounded by immorality.

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    Seversky says:

    People have been known to lie in what they believed to be a good cause.

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    News says:

    I have no reason to believe that the nurse I remember best was lying. She worked on a ward where one of the ob-gyns specialized in late abortions. But I don’t even want to discuss it with people who think that it’s all okay anyway. It’s just distasteful compared to working for life.

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    Seversky says:

    I am far from thinking that this issue is okay in any way. My position is that the right to life for any individual human being should be presumed to apply from conception but, because there are two individuals involved, exceptions should be allowed on various medical grounds but the moral issues are far from clear.

    What I object to in the anti-abortion movement’s strategy is the emphasis on the “distasteful” nature of the procedure – which is true of most surgical procedures – the inflammatory rhetoric such as Holocaust references and the demonization of the woman as somehow “sinful” and callous for seeking an abortion.

    In the case of Abby Johnson there are serious questions about the credibility of her account of what she saw. As for the recent case of the five aborted fetuses recovered from an abortion facility, if the facility performed illegal abortions then of course they should be prosecuted but there is still information that we don’t have as yet. How exactly were these fetuses procured.? What were the causes of their deaths? Could they have been resuscitated? We need to get a clearer picture before we can come to an informed judgement.

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    ET says:

    seversky:

    People have been known to lie in what they believed to be a good cause.

    Yes, you do.

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    ram says:

    Elon, bring back the Bee!

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