By: Jože Biščak
Deborah Nucatola calmly sipped red wine as she discussed baby organs for sale as a butcher at a local market: “We are very good at being able to get heart, lungs, liver because we are aware of it. So, I do not crush that part, I crush the part above, I crush the part below, and then I see if I can get everything out undamaged.” And that slaughtered body parts sell for 30 to 100 dollars apiece.
Years ago, the senior director of medical research at Planned Parenthood (PPFA) was filmed by undercover representatives of the CMP (Centre for Health Advancement), 27-year-old David Daleiden and 61-year-old Sandra Meritt, posing as representatives of the newly formed biotechnology company BioMax. Their investigation into the controversial and illegal conduct of the largest abortion provider in the U.S. lasted three years, and they gained thousands of hours of testimony. Daleiden, Meritt, and CMP later faced lawsuits for illegal filming, impersonation, and invasion of privacy, but the content of the footage, reminiscent of the office of Joseph Mengele, who (also) justified his actions on behalf of research, was never denied.
PPFA kills about a thousand helpless and innocent people at 600 clinics every day, its annual revenue is 1.6 billion dollars (of which about half a billion is taxpayer money), and the net profit of the supposedly noble crusade against unwanted children is such that it can fund progressive organisations around the world. One of these is the Slovenian Institute March 8th, headed by Nika Kovač. The members of the institute themselves boasted that they work with this complete and highly profitable killing machine (along with the Guerrilla Foundation, which funds feminist and anarchist movements around the world). Therefore, each of their actions has a blood trail. Let the Tacen-based feminists try to jump into the acid themselves, where “doctors” immerse a living but “damaged” (and therefore useless to PPFA) human being who already has all the organs and feels unbearable pain when the chemical devours the body.
Ethical controversy is not the only issue. The question rightly arises as to whether it is also possible that the left-wing election campaign is illegally financed from abroad: everyone – from Robert Golob’s Gibanje Svoboda party to the opposition left quartet – receives the support and help of activists from this NGO. With her institute and the announcement of the annulment of the laws passed by the Janša government, Kovač actively participated in the pre-election race. Moreover, she openly supports the ideological left political option and agitates against the right. They do not even have to hide anymore; they are violating the election campaign law in front of everyone. Now they are just manipulating the language to distance themselves from what is visible to everyone, and with the help of activist media sterilise the process of the inspectorate asking them about their election campaign.
When guerrilla activists with playfully innocent faces step in front of the cameras, they say they are victims of the government. But what, for God’s sake, does the Institute March 8th really represent, that it gives the media mainstream divine power that will redefine Slovenia? Clearly, the truth has little to do with these feminists; they are just the acquired street power of screaming but dangerous clowns who hate everything that is traditional and would like to drive the country on the high turns of the postmodernist theory of relative truth. Hence the crash into the centre-right government, which wants to push the homeland back to normalcy after a decade of left-wing foolish rule. In doing so, they do not choose the means, violate all the rules of the game, and let them be funded by the PPFA, which forges profits very controversially by selling the organs of infants.
They are not the March Eight. Together with the left, they are the Slovenian version of The Eighth Passenger, sophisticated forms of soul-catchers, laundresses of common sense and murderous predators of normalcy. They have shown that the evil that holds a man by the neck can be successful. But we show them how the forces of good win; by sending the “eighth passenger” to the darkest corner of time and space in the election. Believe me, life will be better, otherwise Slovenia is not promised anything good.
Jože Biščak is the editor-in-chief of the conservative magazine Demokracija, president of the Slovenian Association of Patriotic Journalists and author of the books Zgodbe iz Kavarne Hayek, Zapisi konservativnega liberalca and Potovati z Orwellom.