At the Dalrock blog recently, they were talking about abortion. Rather than hold women accountable for making the choice to abort their babies, they blame anyone and everyone else starting with a super secret pagan takeover of the culture. Only one man, Boxer, objects to this delusion.
Please. In saying this, you’re displacing the blame from women to men. This is the same motivation that the kooks here are driven by when they blame Jews, illuminati, etc. You (and they) always excuse the behavior of feral wimminz by creating some boogeyman who is actually in charge — the hidden demon always being male.
Women and their white-knights have seized some social control, and thus they’re pushing society closer to a Christian matriarchy. What religious or cultural customs are extant doesn’t matter. When feral wimminz and their enablers take over a society, this is the result.
Blame the Jews, blame the NWO, blame the Illuminati, blame lizardmen from Planet X, just don’t blame a (white) woman. At least one man stood up to that. Boxer continued in another comment.
The abortion trend really has nothing to do with religion, and most of the feral wimminz who get abortions have nothing to do with “pagan practices”. They remain protestant, catholic and jewish wimminz, same as they were before.
By bringing up nonsense about “pagan practices”, you’re opening the door for us to blame some pre-Christian resurgence, rather than the actual christian wimminz, who are (lest we forget) doing the killing of the babies. This is the same tactic as the kooks who blame Jewish conspiracies, illuminati, etc. for wimminz bad behavior. All these other groups open the door to displacing blame from where it really belongs.
Human sacrifice in general – and child sacrifice in particular – are common in pagan cultures. There are exceptions, but they are exceptions. Furthermore, non-ritual infanticide and abortion were common among the Greeks, Romans and most other pagan cultures.
2. Neither the Greeks, nor the Romans, nor “most other pagan cultures” murdered babies with the ferocity of the Christian/Jewish society you live in. Stats for the abortion trend are right here. Thus, by your own logic, murdering babies must be a Christian/Jewish sacrament, as Christians and Jewish wimminz do it more than anyone else, by a long mile.
Try blaming the actual Christian and Jewish wimminz who are murdering their own children, rather than blaming “pagans” (that don’t exist) for this shit. It’s less palatable to face the truth, but much more effective.
Then the comments turn into a No True Scotsman argument about why Christian women aborting their babies aren’t really Christian. The argument continues in the comments until someone says, more or less, that there’s a super secret moloch pagan conspiracy. It turns out that doesn’t mean what you would think it does. It means that women are possessed by demons.
There is a cant used among American Protestants/Evangelicals to which you are not privy. It uses the same words as the rest of American English, but there is a shared context about how to think about certain words; for example pagan or Moloch
In this case: You see both the worship of Christ and the (now defunct) worship of Moloch as sociological phenomenon. We don’t. We know there are spirits, and we know that the spirit(s) who animated Moloch worshippers in the past, and that they still exist and move.
Neither you nor we have ever heard anyone say they worship Moloch. Because your worldview is blind to the spiritual, and since you have no evidence of a current sociological phenomenon of Moloch, then the idea of a conspiracy of Moloch strikes you are ridiculous. But we don’t need to witness people praise Moloch to know that they act in service to the spirit(s) of Moloch; who are demons.
There you have it. Christian men believe that women only have abortions (or commit sin in general) because they are possessed by demons. Thus, Christian men are think women are completely blameless. They should have stuck with the super secret moloch pagan conspiracy. At least that’s physically possible.
It’s amazing the length manginas will go to avoid holding women accountable for their actions. Even if demons actually exist, the Christian manginas are fighting an imaginary enemy. It doesn’t matter if demons exist or not. “Demons made me do it” is not a legitimate defense for anything even if they actually exist. Women are acting on their own choices but the Christian manginas would rather believe that women have no agency, moral or otherwise. Thus, they invent stories about demons possessing women because they can’t face the reality that women are acting on their own agency.