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Episode Info: e express their trauma at the talons of the abortion industry?I look forward to the replies of simpering priests and their gentle murmurings that 'we must be reasonable'. We must not scare away those who are reasonable, who might listen to us if only we took a gentler approach. Away ye vipers! Was John the Baptist reasonable? Was Saint Paul? Was Jesus? Did they simper and chase after those who rejected them, or did they do as they were commanded and knock the dust off their sandals?These people are not reasonable. They heralded the inauguration of the latest President of the United States of America with a God-damned pro-abortion march. They advertise on the TV, they spirit our daughters away from school for appointments without our knowledge and, yes, they do it at schools you are responsible for as pastors and chaplains.Enough is enough. Labour deserve to lose the election on the basis of this issue alone. You will not tell your flocks to reject their filthy lies. You'll umm and ahh over weighing up this issue and that. But you know full well there is one issue that is alone kept silent and invisible, and you won't upset your congregation who, God forbid, might stop inviting Father to their polite little middle class gatherings. Like so many Catholics, you won't even sacrifice your reputation nevermind your life, but you'll happily weigh up this issue and that issue, and on the balance of things condemn the unborn to the plastic refuse sack that they throw into the incinerator.So if not now, when? When is this great time going to happen when you stake your reputations on what you truly believe, or on what you say that you believe, because I really struggle to trust you when you say 'but yes, we are weighing up the issues', and it just so happens that the issue you stay silent on for so long, for so many years, does not weigh at all. You will not have the hard conversations with the culture around you about their sex lives and the responsibilities it carries with it. You will bury your heads and hide yourselves till five more years pass, and we'll prod your conscience again, us uncool mad folk with crazy hair and wild eyes who are in utter disbelief at your fatalism and your God damned complicity with a system that churns out death, and misery, and serves up the homeless and the disabled as they do it, and asks us "how can you get so wound up over microscopic people, when there's suffering like this right there in front of you".So I won't be voting Labour. I will never vote Labour ever again in my life, barring a miracle. And I won't be sitting politely with philosophic Catholics who, very reasonably, have weighed the issue and will never, ever fight this cause because they're cowards and they are fatalists who have not faith in Christ. The Labour Party disgusts me, and the lukewarm Catholic disgusts me. May the body of Christ spit you out..........

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