Ruth Bader Ginsberg
in Peace — or Rot in Hell?
A Legacy Surpassing Hitler’s
to the University of Hawaii, 1
Adolf Hitler was responsible for nearly 21 million deaths —
of which 12 million were Jews, an appalling number by any measure.
Surprisingly a greater than Hitler must be added to the annals of mass-murderers:
Ruth Bader Ginsberg who consistently supported the death of over
30 million babies by abortion throughout her 27 year career in the
Supreme Court. These human beings were, apparently “non-persons”
to Ruth Bader Ginsberg, just as Jews were “Nicht Personen” or non-persons
to Roland Friesler, Nazi Germany’s leading jurist and judge.
Hitler instituted the infamous
Endlösung der Judenfrage, or “Final Solution to
the Jewish Problem” in Europe which was, of course the proposed (and
largely implemented) extermination of all Jews in Europe. To this end
he murdered through any and all possible means, 21million men, women,
and children — to say nothing of forced sterilization early on in his
homicidal obsession. His accomplices were many and were to be counted
most notably in two over-lapping camps: the SS and the judiciary,
most notably the Volksgerichtshof or Peoples Court (the
notorious Nuremberg Laws would later be extended throughout Europe).
It is noteworthy that
both Roland Friesler of the Volksgerichtshof and Ruth
Ginsberg of the Supreme Court were both committed ideologues:
Friesler to National Socialist ideology and Ginsberg to
Radical Feminist ideology. The New York Times eulogized
her as “The Supreme Court’s feminist icon,
[who] not only changed the law, she also transformed the roles of
men and women.”
Ginsburg was the darling of Feminists, Liberals, Leftists, and every
shade of “progressivism” in the political and rainbow social spectrum.
Hitler, we must point out, was immensely popular and influential in
his life as well.
In death, however, we are
not at all certain that she will be so endeared to the 30 million children
she snatched the life out of before they took their first breath.
We wonder, too, if Roland
Friesler and Adolf Hitler are susceptible — as all mass murderers are
— to Ginsberg’s Choice which is indelibly etched in blood:
shall they, too, Rest in Peace ... or Rot in Hell? Of
course Almighty God is THE JUDGE that neither Ginsberg or Friesler were,
and His determination is unknown to us; but according the four
Gospel narratives it is largely predicated upon what we have done —
and to whom — in life. Especially
“to the Least”
(Saint Matthew 25.40)
— to “the Little Ones”
(Saint Luke 17.2).
Are you prepared to make
odds on Ginsberg, Friesler, Hitler, Stalin, and Mao being canonized
by Pope Francis — on second thought, strike that analogy — are you prepared
to make odds on Ginsberg, Friesler, Hitler, Stalin, and Mao being received
into the Choir of Angels, or would you hedge your bet given the
only alternative reality of Hell?
Roland Friesler did not personally
murder Jews — he only legislated that they should be murdered.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg probably never murdered
babies, but ... well you get the idea. The act of legislation
is every bit as deadly to a murder as the snips and scalpels, the
vacuum, currete, forceps, and embryotomy scissors of the abortionist
(who, like the SS soldier in World War II, “is just doing his job”).
Bader once wrote:
“My heritage as a Jew
and my occupation as a judge fit together symmetrically. The demand
for justice runs through the entirety of Jewish history and Jewish tradition.”
Given the symmetry that you, Ginsberg,
invoke, will you now plead for justice, when justice must call you
to account for the death of 30 million babies? Symmetry and justice
will not wash their blood from your hands, but multiply the guilt you
incurred by shedding their blood:
to the liability for punishment for shedding blood. The biblical
concept of bloodguilt derives from the belief that deeds generate
consequences and that sin, in particular, is a danger to the
sinner. The most vivid examples of this belief appear in connection
with unlawful homicide, where innocent blood (dam naki (naqi);
Jonah 1:14) cries out for vengeance (Gen. 4:10), is rejected
by the earth (Isa. 26:21; Ezek. 24:7), and pollutes it (Num.
35:33–34)Bloodguilt attaches to the slayer and his family
(II Sam. 3:28ff.) for generations (II Kings 9:26), and even
to his city (Jer. 26:5), nation (Deut. 21:8), and land
(Deut. 24:4). The technical term for bearing bloodguilt
damo bo, or damo bero'sho, meant originally "his blood [remains]
in him/in his head” (Josh. 2:19; Ezek. 33:5)"
While I do not mourn her
death, I do not rejoice in it. The consequences are too terrible to
As a postscript I would
remind Justice Stephen G. Breyer, whose stated opinion
upheld partial-birth abortion 18 years ago —
and every other “Justice” who supports the killing of babies
through abortion, or by snipping the spinal cord of a baby who
survives attempted murder —
or when the child is simply
left to die on a stainless steel table because the Abortionist/Herr
Doktor refuses to provide any life-support,
even as it still moves (writhes)
and breathes beside him 2 — that they will
be held to the same ghastly account in the History of Humankind as another
well known Herr Doktor Joesef Mengele (a.k.a. Der Todesengel,
or the “Angel of Death” of Auschwitz) whose service to “the Cause” ...
was equally distinguished.
Did I mention that any
Catholic who approves of (and, of
course, votes for!) abortion, acquires the same blood-guilt as
any murderer — however sanitary and impressive their credentials,
or however much they are esteemed by the world (which ever hated Christ)?
But you already know that ... right?
Geoffrey K. Mondello
Boston Catholic Journal
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2 “In the Kermit Gosnell trial (which received very
little media attention), eye-witnesses testified that babies were
moving and breathing before their spinal cords were cut; others
were flushed in toilets or were thrown in the garbage with
a shoebox for a coffin--while still alive inside!”
Just a few “Tools of the Trade”
of Death and Dismemberment
Used to seize, immobilize, puncture, crush, and
pull parts of the baby
snipped and dismembered by the
Embryotomy Scissors (right)
This instrument is used to cut off the head, arms
One side of the loop is sharp
for cutting the child apart.
The other side scrapes the uterus to remove the placenta.
Syringe with Spinal Needle
This abortion instrument's uses include
injecting saltwater into the uterus. The baby swallows
and breathes the poison. The cause of the death is
congestion, hemorrhage and shock. The mother goes
into premature labor about a day later and delivers a
dead child. The other use is to inject the chemicals
(digoxin, potassium chloride, etc.) into the heart of the
baby. In both uses, these chemicals soften the child's
corpse, making it easier to rip apart and remove.
This abortion tool is used to crush, grasp, and pull
the child's body apart.
Grasps the cervix to hold the uterus in place
allowing a thin tube (cannula) into the cervical canal,
and apply suction to remove all the dismembered parts of
the baby from the uterus
Totally Faithful to the Sacred
Deposit of Faith entrusted to the Holy See in Rome
opera tua ... quia modicum habes virtutem, et servasti verbum
Meum, nec non negasti Nomen Meum”
know your works ... that you have but little power, and
yet you have kept My word, and have not denied My Name.”
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