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Roe vs. Wade, the breakdown of progressivism in the United States

The US Supreme Court overturned the Roe vs. Wade this June 24, 2022 – with which abortion is no longer protected by federal law – in an event that is presented as the before and after of the political struggle between the right and the left, and not only in the United States. , but in the entire West. It is not an exaggeration.

Today, things have become so radical in the United States that the world seems split in two: the main banner of the right has become the fight for life, and that of the left to defend abortion. It’s that simple.

This confrontation between pro-life and pro-abortion has a deep and complex background: it represents two worldviews, two ways of understanding the world, politics, economy, the State, but above all, the role of human beings on Earth.

Let’s go by parts. Being pro-abortion, deep down, supposes atheism, when not Marxism. Why? Because a believer in God, let’s say a Christian, he cannot be in favor of abortion. To support abortion you must first reject religion. Can you love God and reject religion at the same time?

Abortion is prohibited in Christianity, but also in many other religious expressions. When someone has an abortion, feeling rejected by religious precepts, they very often distance themselves from religion.

And he often even goes a step further, attacking such precepts and religion itself. He perceives them against him. And since she already had an abortion, she thinks there is no going back. This is where the pro-abortion hatred of religion comes from: they have made it their enemy.

As for Marxism, which is already atheist in itself, it implicitly carries the desire to destroy the established order in a bloody or progressive manner, and in both ways, in the end, to impose a kind of “dictatorship of the proletariat” where the State is the new god, and the individual is simply subject to his laws and regulations, which in such an example are always in violation of human rights.

What does all this mean? It means that if we look closely, the war between the right and the left has displaced its subjects of struggle: it is no longer about the defense of the free market at all costs, and on the other side of the proletariat, it is no longer the struggle of the poor against the rich. nothing more. Now it is a struggle that has a religious background, or at least an ethical and humanistic one.

That is, the new right then represents the fight for transcendent values, and the left represents the fight for selfishness. While the right defends the life of others, of babies in gestation, the left puts “the life project” of the one who aborts before the right to life of the child already in the womb. For the left, such a “life project” is more important than life itself, already in gestation.

And what is such a “life project”? Whoever he is, he cannot crush the rights of others. That “project” is about something personal, which although it has value, cannot trample on the rights of others, seeking its realization. In the same way that you cannot get money by murdering others to steal them, they cannot abort a child because “you have more important things to do with your life.”

The struggle of the right has then taken the defense of pro-life as its banner, in the same way that the left has taken abortion as its banner. And how tragic that it is so: while the leftists in the sixties and seventies were willing to die fighting for their ideals, for the poor, wrong they were, yes, but they had a commitment that even meant giving their lives for others, now the left “kills” for defending abortion, as if their lives depended on it, as if it were a matter of life or death.

The left of classical Marxism left everything to go to the mountains, to the guerrillas, taking up arms, with a real willingness to go to jail or die to improve the living conditions of others. At least that’s what some of them dreamed. Today, in postmodern Marxism, we see that no one gives their life for others, and instead, they foam at the mouth for the “right” to take life from the unborn.

They have gone from offering their lives in the desperate attempt to help others, to looking for the death of unborn babies as a result. It is the degradation of the left.

Postmodern Marxism promotes self-centeredness and hedonism: have sex left and right, and if there are pregnancies, abort and that’s it. The only thing that matters to them is to be well themselves, without regard for others. The perception of one’s own well-being at the expense of whoever it is, and even of oneself, when they seek “pleasure” with drugs, to the detriment of their health.

The famous phrase: “You are not born a woman, you become one”, by Simone de Beauvoir, is to take the “existentialism” of her partner Jean Paul Sartre, to the field of the struggle of feminist supremacism.

This existentialism posited that “existence precedes essence”, that is, that there is no essence of the human being per se, but that he builds it little by little, during his life.

The pathetic thing about this is that deep down, it would then be necessary to define what actions a person must undertake in order to be considered a “woman”, and whatever they were, they would inevitably fall into stereotypes.

If it is said that in order to become a “woman” one must dedicate oneself to the home, get married and have children, the feminist supremacists will immediately protest saying that these gender roles are imposed by the patriarchy at their convenience.

If it is said, with Simone, that women must work, which is the basis of their “liberation”, because they will already have money of their own, a stereotype is also incurred, in addition to the fact that everyone works, and then work is not definition of a “woman”.

That is why the black judge Ketanji Brown Jackson chosen by Joe Biden for the Court, she did not know how to define what a woman is, and even -eye-, she claimed: “I am not a biologist”. Because as soon as the definition moves away from biology, from chromosomes, and becomes only cultural, something ridiculous becomes.

Let’s think that you can go to change your gender with a window procedure. So it was not a social construction? No, in reality it is about the validation of the State, that old acquaintance, abusive, interventionist and incompetent.

That’s why the leftists are looking for a strong, fat, large state that collects a lot of taxes. They always need him, to support them, to give them checks and more checks, in exchange for doing nothing but voting for the Democratic Party, for Morena in Mexico, or for any other radical and progressive leftist party. The left is nothing without the State, without its father-government.

The struggle of the right today is therefore necessarily anti-system, because the hegemony is in the hands of the progressive left throughout the West, with some honorable exceptions, such as Hungary or Poland.

Abortion in the United States has ceased, it is estimated, since 1973, when the Roe vs. Wade, 70 million unborn babies dead.

According to Pew Research, in that same year, 1973, 744,000 abortions were performed in the United States, starting an upward curve that reached its climax in 1990, with 1.6 million abortions performed.

Then it began a downward trend, reaching 930,000 abortions in 2020, according to figures from the Guttmacher Institute.

For its part, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports close data. In 1973, 615,000 abortions. In 1990, 1.4 million. Then the rates drop to 1.2 million in 1996, and 885,000 in 1997. Stopping at 635,000 abortions in 2019, the last year recorded by this institute, which indicates that in 2020 the average number of abortions has been 14.4 per 1,000 women , who are between 15 and 44 years of age.

The defense of life from conception represents the tip of the iceberg of the defense of a complete system of values, of religious origin, always ethical, of a transcendent life plan.

We have said it, the new right must defend these seven points: faith, life, family, private property, country, freedoms and universal rights.

On the other hand, progressivism defends something like the seven deadly sins: the elimination of religion, the deconstruction of the natural family, the revolutionary expropriation of private property, globalism, the limitation of freedoms, and the end of human rights. humans.

The decision of the US Supreme Court is a turning point, a before and after, in the struggle between two worlds: that of values, and that of the destruction of values.

On the one hand, it will result in more voting for Republicans, confident that their agenda is advancing thanks to the work of former President Donald Trump, who appointed three of the conservative justices.

But on the other hand, it will activate the left around recovering the “right” to abortion (which is not a human right at all, the right is to life) and will inject fuel into them to mobilize, and do so furiously, even with violence.

If a new civil war was already in sight in the United States before this annulment of the Roe vs. Wade, now there is even more reason for confrontation. It is the struggle between life and death. Between values and the degenerate culture. Between good and bad.

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