Planned Parenthood and the Aztecs

Thursday, August 20, 2015
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Bryan Fischer - Guest Columnist
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Bryan FischerIf there ever was a contemporary organization birthed in the nether regions of hell itself, Planned Parenthood is it.


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Hernan Cortez was the Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico and claimed it for Spain in 1521. He defeated Montezuma and the Aztecs at present-day Mexico City with the help of virtually every other native tribe and nation in the region, all of whom wanted out from under Aztec tyranny.

Why were the native tribes so eager to join forces with the Spanish? Because the Aztecs practiced human sacrifice, and those tribes were the sacrificial victims.

For human cruelty, barbarity, savagery and utter inhumanity, the Aztecs had nothing on the modern priests of paganism who engage in human sacrifice 327,000 times a year in Planned Parenthood clinics, each one a virtual pagan temple.

As Cortez's men made their way from the coast – after burning their ships – to Mexico City, they came across buildings filled from floor to ceiling with 100,000 skulls, each one a victim of Aztec cruelty. They found other structures, prisons actually, filled to bursting with victims of Aztec conquest, waiting their turn.

The kind of human sacrifice practiced by the Aztecs involved the use of large stones, boulders really, against which the victims would be placed. The victims would be forced to lean back against the stone, causing their chests to protrude to make it easier for the pagan priests to slice open their chests, reach in, yank out a still beating heart and eat it.

The hair of the priests were matted with blood, and the walls of temples themselves were soaked inside and out with human blood, as if they had been streaked and splattered with red paint.

When Cortez and his men, at one point, were temporarily forced to flee Mexico City because the Aztecs regained control, they had to watch from a nearby hillside as Montezuma's priests sacrificed their own captured comrades at the highest point in the city.

This week's release of the latest undercover video from the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), exposing the hideous barbarism of Planned Parenthood, shows that the pagan rituals of the Aztecs have returned from the bowels of Hades with a vengeance.

This week's video reveals the gruesome reality that babies are born alive in Planned Parenthood abortuaries, and then laid on tables with their tiny little hearts still visibly beating in their chests. The abortionist then takes a pair scissors and cuts the face of the baby in two so that its brain can be extracted, a procedure that starts while the baby is still alive.

Leading stem-cell researchers believe that the evidence uncovered by CMP indicates that Planned Parenthood, in order to send fresh specimens to researchers, keeps some babies alive right up until the moment their hearts are cut out of their bodies. This is because a heart is only good for research if it can be prepped for shipping within five minutes of death.

Cutting brains and hearts out of living babies is as ghoulish, demonic, and horrific as anything done by the benighted pagan tribes of the 16th century. If there ever was a contemporary organization birthed in the nether regions of hell itself, Planned Parenthood is it.

For human cruelty, barbarity, savagery and utter inhumanity, the Aztecs had nothing on the modern priests of paganism who engage in human sacrifice 327,000 times a year in Planned Parenthood clinics, each one a virtual pagan temple.

It is long past time to immediately and completely defund Planned Parenthood, and then investigate it, prosecute it, and put it out of our nation's misery.


Bryan Fischer hosts "Focal Point with Bryan Fischer" every weekday on AFR Talk (American Family Radio) from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. (Central).

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