Whaddaya Know? The Stalinist Media Once Again Forget Their Duty and Bury a Story out of Fear it Will Hurt The Narrative™

Not that we’re in the least bit surprised. The Ogabe Ministry of Propaganda, formerly known as “The Media”, has decided to deep six any mention of “doctor” Gosnell’s slaughter house.

We’ll give you three guesses as to why this might be, and the first two don’t count.

Do they give a shit about the mass murder of innocent children and women as well as the direct complicity of government through criminal negligence to do their duty?

No, they don’t, because both of those two issues are way down their list of priorities compared to these two items from the Liberal Media Gospel:

1) Abortion is always safe and good.

2) Government is always good, competent and looking out for us.

Anything that might possibly damage either of those two directives from the Politburo is not “news” and must be suppressed by any means possible. They’re not even pretending to do their jobs anymore.

And so they suppress what ought to be one of the biggest scandals in the history of our nation which is not only dereliction of duty, if you take their claims that they have a sacred duty to inform the public and to work in the public interest at face value, it’s also doing absolutely nothing to advance the cause of justice for the innocent victims of “doctor” Mengele-Gosnell and the government of Pennsylvania. You can easily argue that they’re doing what they can to deny them justice.

All in defense of The Narrative™ which, obviously, is more important to the Ogabe Propaganda Arm than anything else, including the plight of the defenseless of our society.

Funny. Thinking back on the old days, we actually had more faith in the information gleaned through our readings of Pravda and Izvestiya than I have faith today in the so-called Main Stream Media. And, mind you, I’m talking about the Cold War version of Pravda and Izvestiya.

Actually, that’s not funny at all. At least not in a “ha, ha” way.

Three decades of murder and negligence — not important. One deranged madman murdering an abortion doctor — front page coverage for days.

I don’t disagree with the latter, it was indeed a good thing to drive the point home that you do NOT settle disagreements over law by murdering those you disagree with, but I would like for the same standard to be applied across the board.

And once again, let me make one thing clear: The story about the Gosnell butcher shop is NOT about “pro” versus “anti” abortion. We can have that discussion elsewhere where it’s appropriate and I haven’t changed where I stand one iota,

But this is not the time. Anybody using the actions of that subhuman swine Gosnell as an indictment against every single clinic performing abortions across our nation is just as deranged as the Lamestream Mediots when they claim that Loughner is proof positive that Tea Party members are accessories to murder.

No difference there.

And I’m a hard core, true blue conservative and anti-abortionist and I can see that. I have every motive in the book, were I as shamelessly inhuman and opportunistic as the liberals of this country, to try to pin this one on the pro-abortion movement and Roe v Wade, yet I don’t. Because it would be WRONG.

Why is it so hard for the Lamestream Retards to do the same?

Maybe they do feel guilty about something? Not bloody likely, as that would imply that they had any human qualities at all.

The Gosnell case is about government incompetence and criminal negligence as well as the actions of a deranged, murderous psychopath. Unless you’re willing to stand up and, for the record, claim that an animal who can drive scissors into the cervical vertebrae of a very living, very viable child born to term and then immediately joke about how the baby was “big enough to walk me to the bus stop” is in no way showing psychopathic tendencies.

The government of Pennsylvania, seeing as how they were in possession of numerous, independent complaints about the things going on at Gosnell’s abbatoir and yet decided to do nothing because they were afraid to touch the holy cow of abortion, are ALL accomplices to mass murder and should be tried as such. And they know it better than anybody, seeing as how they’ve already lawyered up and are refusing to talk about the case.

Which is a pretty big fucking deal, as Hairplugs would put it, considering that those same government officials would be the ones in charge of providing all of us with the “better, cheaper and more readily available care of ObamaCare”, as MrSpkr pointed out so very correctly in the comments to our previous post on the issue.

Digressing for a moment because I actually lived in a country where government officials like the government of Pennsylvania are in charge of “healthcare”, he’s more right than he knows. If you get fucked over in the hospital over there, you’re SOL. Think about it: Your only recourse is to complain to the same government responsible for your mistreatment and then hope that their findings, based entirely on their own investigations, will be in your favor. Best of luck. I remember one particularly egregious case where a 5-year-old child was murdered through criminal negligence in screening the blood he was infused with. Since the case got rather big, the parents actually won for a change. And were compensated. To the tune of $5,000. That’s the value of a human life under the kind of regime that the Fiddy2ers imposed on us. If you’re lucky. Most of the time the value is somewhere between “jack” and “squat.”

As I said, I digressed.

Bottom line: The Lamestream Mediots, once again, have decided that anything that hurts The Narrative™ is not news, and if the price of achieving their socialist utopia is wading over a field of bloody corpses, then that’s a price they’re quite willing to pay. As long as they’re not the ones paying.

The Reset Button Clock is currently at 2357hrs. May G-d grant that we don’t get any closer than that.

Thatisall.

9 comments

  1. 1
    LC BOATS growls and barks:

    If that is not disgusting enough I wonder how much of our tax dollars go to these bastards. Fox news had an article on this but I did not see it anywhere else.

  2. 2
    Cricket growls and barks:

    Sorry, Misha, I disagree about this hurting the narrative regarding Roe v. Wade. Were it not for that ruling, to have abortion restrictions lifted, this would not have happened. Gosnelll would be doing them in his office with some oversight, as abortion on demand was illegal. Here is why I think that: As a doctor with a practice, he could have still done abortions, but in his office, operating under the fear of the law. Because Roe v. Wade removed that individual fear, he had no qualms about doing what he did, the way he did it.
    Who was going to check? Abortion is now legal. The manner in which he provides it was not the question, but it was a driving point that Ms. magazine made when they celebrated the ruling, and showed pictures of women who had died getting those quack abortions.

  3. 3
    Patrick growls and barks:

    Misha,

    You forgot a few:

    1. Because he is BLACK
    2. Because he is a liberal BLACK with cash
    3. Because he is Black with lots of black friends
    4. Because Philly is a liberal black stronghold

    Anyone who see this any other way, is just ignoring the big elephant in the room. I’m sorry. But sometimes the truth just needs to be told. Period.

    :em96:

  4. 4
    Cricket growls and barks:

    Here is a snippet from the National Abortion Federation’s website: “Back-Alley Abortions
    The prohibition of legal abortion from the 1880s until 1973 came under the same anti-obscenity or Comstock laws that prohibited the dissemination of birth control information and services.

    Criminalization of abortion did not reduce the numbers of women who sought abortions. In the years before Roe v. Wade, the estimates of illegal abortions ranged as high as 1.2 million per year.1 Although accurate records could not be kept, it is known that between the 1880s and 1973, many thousands of women were harmed as a result of illegal abortion.

    Many women died or suffered serious medical problems after attempting to self-induce their abortions or going to untrained practitioners who performed abortions with primitive methods or in unsanitary conditions. During this time, hospital emergency room staff treated thousands of women who either died or were suffering terrible effects of abortions provided without adequate skill and care.

    Some women were able to obtain relatively safer, although still illegal, abortions from private doctors. This practice remained prevalent for the first half of the twentieth century. The rate of reported abortions then began to decline, partly because doctors faced increased scrutiny from their peers and hospital administrators concerned about the legality of their operations.”

  5. 5
    Patrick growls and barks:

    Further more, check out what I wrote over at my site.

    It’s the truth. :em04:

  6. 6
    Cricket growls and barks:

    Watch to see how the National Organization for Women reacts, as well as Ms. or the NAF.
    If you really want to see the hypocrisy of the left, those are the acid tests. They won’t touch it because he is black, because of Roe v. Wade and because they think government and women’s wombs do not mix…unless government is there to protect choice.

  7. 7

    Well, as of this writing, there are more than 1200 stories, according to Google News – from the Philadelphia Inquirer to Time magazine. The story is getting coverage, but some are using it to trumpet lack of accessibility to abortion. Rather than politicize this, I’d like to see them condemn the immoral piece of shit for the murders he committed. This isn’t a political issue. It’s a criminal one.

  8. 8
    Cricket growls and barks:

    Aren’t there Federal Rules of Evidence that the investigation is tainted if ‘they’ do it versus an outside source that is hideously expensive? What was it Ronald Reagan said about the nine scariest words in the English language? “We’re from the government and we’re here to help?’

  9. 9
    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An growls and barks:

    Your Majesty, with all due respect, I strongly disagree with you on this:

    I have every motive in the book, were I as shamelessly inhuman and opportunistic as the liberals of this country, to try to pin this one on the pro-abortion movement and Roe v Wade, yet I don’t. Because it would be WRONG.

    In fact, this is the logical and predetermined outcome of Roe -v-Wade. Roe-v- Wade is horrendous law, and it was NARL, et. al. who pushed that specific interpretation of an Absolute right. The court did insert the trimester theory, but that is functionally ignored, because a) it actually puts some limits on abortions, and b) if it was ever re-visited; the trimester system was based specifically on the concept of viability within the realm of medical science. Premature babies now survive and grow up healthy even when born far earlier than the medical art of the time in 1973 could conceive. Taking account of the modern science of medicine would restrict abortion as a medical procedure and concurrently as a feminist sacrament.

    Some history. Before the battle over abortion, there was a battle over access to birth control. That was settled with Griswold v. Connecticut, 381 U.S. 479 (1965), that gave the right to access to birth control based on a right to marital privacy derived from the 4th Amendment. That ruling did not restrict access to birth control only to married persons; it simply made laws barring the sale of birth control void. And like all legal medications and procedures, such sale is subject to the standards, laws, and restrictions of the state. Thus, a licensed doctor has to be involved, there has to be a prescription in proper form, and as with any drug there has to be oversight of the patient’s condition and reaction to the drug. Further, there may be age restrictions [selling prescription narcotics to a child is not considered medically indicated] and the state may modify the laws on them as needed and desired by the citizens.

    If similar reasoning in accordance with precedent had been followed in reference to abortion, abortion would be treated as a medical procedure and not as a Leftist Holy Act.

    The goal of NOW and NARL, et. al. was to have unrestricted abortions; outside of and above any legal or constitutional limits. And indeed, that is how they deal with it in any legal challenge. In modern American practice, the “Constitutional Right” of abortion is the only one that is absolute and above the law. Every other right in the Constitution is bounded. “Shouting Fire in a Crowded Theater” and Libel/Slander charges functionally limit free speech. The free practice of religion does not allow violations of the law or the rights of others [OK, there is a Muslim exception developing to that]. The Second Amendment does not grant the right to unregulated possession of automatic weapons … or for that matter home made nukes. No non-abortion Constitutional right is absolute and exists beyond some limit set by society and government.

    Keep in mind also, that at the time of Roe -v- Wade, society was changing its view on legalised abortion. States were changing their laws, making it legal but also in accordance with their contemporary legislation on medical practice. At the time of Roe -v- Wade, my state of Colorado had already made it legal within bounds established with the consent of the people of Colorado. There was no sudden need to enact functionally unrestricted abortion in lieu of a total ban. It was unrestricted abortion -v- it being regulated as any other medical procedure.

    Most of the battlelines drawn in the dispute over abortion are what would be matters of routine regulation in a sane legal environment. Secret abortions to minor children concealed from the parents or legal guardians as a matter of course [reinforced by the feminist faith that there is a huge percentage of women whose pregnancies are the result of rape and/or incest], Partial Birth Abortions, post-partum Euthanasia as practiced by Gosnall, and questions of government funding fall in that catagory.

    It is the “Feminist”, pro-abortion forces who have taken it to the extreme, and insisted that there be no restrictions on abortion, and indeed that other peoples’ rights be abridged to serve abortion. It is only anti-abortion demonstrators who are expected to maintain a no-demonstration zone around abortion clinics. No other political controversy has the concept that one side cannot demonstrate and the other can. There are issues about age of consent and the nature of consent to an abortion. The NARL side always is that you cannot enact any law that prevents a minor child from getting an abortion secretly. Note that possession of an aspirin by a minor in school can be grounds for expulsion for violating the law. Further, that in every other aspect of life, a minor [and the age of majority varies from state to state and subject to subject] legally cannot give a valid consent without parental or guardian approval. Further, abortions, barring a claim by Planned Parenthood, etc. that all their procedures performed on minors are the result of Immaculate Conception [which leaves some interesting conclusions as to who plays the role of Herod and who are the Sanhedrin]; every pregnancy of a minor child below the age of sexual consent [which can be different than Majority] is a result of a felony sexual assault; which they deliberately and overtly act to conceal from the authorities.

    On a more mundane level, abortion as a sacred right is held to be above the safety of the population in natural disasters. Working from memory, in the 1980′s either Illinois [I think] or Ohio passed a law creating an emergency disaster network to enable a response to natural disasters. Then-new outpatient surgical centers and outpatient primary care centers [think Doctor-in-a-Box storefronts] were enjoined as a condition of their license to have a radio that tied into a state emergency medical network, and to have the staff, equipment, and drugs to be ACLS [Advanced Cardiac Life Support] certified. This is not abortion, this is disaster preparedness. The abortion clinics in the state [ through NARL, Planned Parenthood, and NOW] sued to be exempt, citing as grounds that as abortion clinics they were constitutionally protected from any state regulations.

    The de facto law in this country is that abortion clinics are left alone as far as standards. This has, as noted elsewhere, had the effect of making it safe, legal, and profitable for charlatans, incompetents, and sadists to practice as abortionists. Any attempt to apply standards will find itself in Federal court.

    The blame for this has to fall on the ones who set it up that way.

    The deliberate failure of the group of parasites that are pleased to call themselves Pennsylvania government officials was in part because of the immunity meme set up by pro-abortionists. But we cannot rule out that the multi-billion dollar a year abortion industry did not share the wealth with the guilty officials, and a possible combination of that with the fact that these are modern Democrats. For a Democrat official to place the lives and safety of those who have trusted them at risk in service of Leftist ideology is not only possible, but highly probable.

    All of which deserve their own Bolgia in the 8th Circle of Hell. I will leave the torments to the imaginations and choices of the LC’s.

    I will close with a thought from Robert A. Heinlein, which I believe to be true.

    All societies are based on rules to protect pregnant women and young children. All else is surplusage, excrescence, adornment, luxury, or folly which can —and must— be dumped in an emergency to preserve this prime function. ….. Attempts to formulate a “perfect society” on any foundation other than “Women and Children First!” is not only witless, but it is automatically genocidal.

    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An