A day late and a dollar short

Or maybe that should be about 50 dollars short, adjusted for inflation and general stupidity, considering the 4 decades that have elapsed since the time the fetus fetishists’ latest project was considered an edgy or attention-getting manouevre.  (My my, but they are slooooooooowwww on the old uptake.)

Slow and unoriginal.  Remember the old Abortion Caravan from over 40 years ago?

The foetishists’ latest frenzied venture, courtesy of the crackpots and weirdballs at the “Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform” (whateverthefuck that means), is an anti-abortion caravan: a fleet of Fetusmobiles©®™

festooned with disgusting Photoshop-enhanced images of dead feti, going from town to town winning friends and influencing people.  Hey, who wouldn’t want to see a cavalcade of mobile fetus pron?  Imagine a whole flotilla of these:

 …rollin-rollin-rollin down the road

Presumably this rancid rolling roadshow will travel across the country getting the boot out of one town after another until it reaches its final destination, which I believe is Parliament Hill.  Where it will do — something, maybe have “The Debate” (amongst themselves), and then boogie off into the sunset.  Or maybe when they’re finished their business in Ottawa, they’ll head up to Montreal and enter those sweet rides in the Indy 500.  Go Team Fetus!

(h/t fern hill on twittr)

7 Responses to “A day late and a dollar short”

  1. 1 cityprole Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 9:05 am

    Same circus, different clowns…

  2. 2 derrida Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 6:23 pm

    I just have to share this essay with you. One of the better essays I have ever read about womens reproductive rights. It is a long read but well worth it – some old information and new.


    “An embryo is not a human being. A blastocyst is not a human being. A fetus is not a human being. If you say that they are, then you are saying that all women are gestational slaves (either potential or actual). You are consigning every woman in our society to either a sexless life or a life of forced pregnancy.”

  3. 3 Sixth Estate Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 9:28 pm

    I really, really, REALLY hope they chain themselves in the public gallery once they get to Parliament.

    I don’t how they would, what with today’s security, but where there’s (God’s) will, there’s a way!

  4. 4 JJ Sunday, June 3, 2012 at 9:59 am

    Your link didn’t work but I googled and think the quote is from here.

    I’d say a fetus, even an embryo or a zygote or a 4-celled blastocyst, is a human entity of sorts: it’s just not a human person, therefore it has no rights other than what its host/mother allows it.

    Anti-choicers have made a lot of meaningless hay of the semantics of calling something a “human being”. They conflate “being” with “legal person”, which is wrong. Semantic game-playing is typically the last refuge of the desperate when they know their cause is lost.

  5. 5 JJ Sunday, June 3, 2012 at 10:04 am

    I sincerely doubt they have the parts to chain themselves to anything. There are any number of hospitals that do abortions that would be fertile ground for such a protest: bubble zone laws only cover clinics, AFAIK.

    Get busy with those chains fetus fetishists! Hospitals all over Canada are bullying fetuses even as we speak!

  6. 6 JJ Sunday, June 3, 2012 at 10:06 am

    And a grotesque cross-country clown show is about all this thing amounts to. IDIOTS

  7. 7 derrida Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 11:28 am

    yes JJ, you got the right link. I really love that essay, not just for the quote, but for the list of all the possible complications from pregnancy. I had no idea pregnancy could be *that* devastating. I mean, it really is a miracle that some women survive to have multiple children. It really is!

    and to force women to give birth, over and over, really is nothing but slavery. i feel for the women in muslim countries who are valued *only* for their reproductive capacity and nothing else. just popping out babies from age 12 until they die! its absolutely horrifying!

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