See this horse-face toothy smiling woman?
You’re looking at the face of evil.
Her name is Jessica DelBalzo, a blogger on OpenSalon.com and a self-described activist for Left-wing causes — “social justice, family preservation, reproductive rights, and politics.”
DelBalzo has stripped all the pretenses from the pro-abortion crowd:
It really is all about the woman’s selfish interest — and the life of another human being be damned.
Nancy Flanders reports for LifeSiteNews, March 23, 2012, that in a post DelBalzo wrote for RH Reality Check, the “reproductive rights” activist protests against pro-choicers who say abortion should be rare because in saying so, they are implying that abortion is wrong. Instead, according to DelBalzo,
“Rather than trying to cozy up to the forced-birth camp, women who value their freedom should be proud to say that they like abortion. In fact, they should venerate it whole-heartedly. Abortion is our last refuge, the one final, definitive instrument that secures our bodily autonomy. What’s not to love?”
What an interesting choice of words.
To “venerate” is “to regard with respect, reverence, or heartfelt deference” as one would toward a deity.
In other words, DelBalzo is recommending to women that we are to love killing so much that we murder “with reverence.” Who is the deity to whom the murders of the unborn are offered in veneration?
At the same time as DelBalzo professes her great “love” for abortion, she condemns adoption as “not only unnecessary, but also unethical.”
DelBalzo operates Adoption: Legalized Lies, a self-described grassroots initiative to put an end to adoption. The front page of the group’s website shows a child happily holding a handmade sign that says, “Adoption Hurts Babies.”
“This is perplexing, since adoption leaves a child not only alive, but in a loving home, while abortion either burns the child to death or dismembers it limb by limb. Even if birth parents can’t raise a child, they can give their child a good life, rather than allow her body to be ripped apart and thrown into a bin of medical waste.”
In her self-description on OpenSalon.com, DelBalzo describes herself as “a mother.”
“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” (Isaiah 5:20)