helcat (helcat) wrote in nonbelievers,

And god said, let there be light--500 hours free!

The fact that there is a pro-life ISP dedicated to providing bandwidth for pro-life sites is not that big of a deal to me. Some of the folks using said ISP scare the piss out of me, but that's not what bothers me about the ISP itself. Nope. Not the baby butcher imagery, not the metaphors that tie in with slavery (abolition abortion! er...what was next in the dictionary? Aboriginal? Doesn't that mean people who follow subculture bandwagons?), not even the picture of the near-term fetus. I've seen all that before and I'm desensitized to it. I am more moved by watching children in the ghetto play in fire hydrants, and wondering if they're going to make it. No, those are not the things that bother me.

It's lines like this:

"God, in His Providence, has seen fit to bring the Internet to life."

That said, abortion abolitionists are the ones most likely to encourage guerilla tactics in their cause.
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I'm not worried about their safety. I'm worried about their education and welfare, cause I'm a high minded goober like that.

I just have so much trouble dealing with that sort of language. "god in his providence has seen fit to..." begins a lot of statements as to why white supremacists believe they are supreme, why governments engage in genocide, etc.etc.etc.