Thursday, August 09, 2012

Ugly black babies

I invite you to view this brief video of Charlotte, NC abortician Ron Virmani during what seems to be the aftermath of some Christians knocking on his front door. I believe this video is profitable for numerous reasons, and I would like to share them with you.



We most certainly applaud the good brethren at Operation Save America for their gutsy willingness to take a camera crew to the front door of this serial child murderer and knock. Such men (for they are virtually always men) deserve to be exposed for what they do.

Abortionists are those who “lie in wait for blood” (Proverbs 12:6), “make the fatherless their prey” (Isaiah 10: 2), and profits exceedingly from the extermination of innocent human life. They live in our towns and walk freely in our world, yet murder the innocent in their hidden places (Pslam 10:8-9).

Christians who have embraced their calling to walk in the light and expose the deeds of darkness in our present age while they work to bring about their lawful abolition must confront these vicious men of lawlessness with both truth and love.

Scripture plainly instructs Christians to refuse to "participate in the unfruitful deeds of darkness, but instead even expose them; for it is disgraceful even to speak of the things which are done by them in secret. But all things become visible when they are exposed by the light, for everything that becomes visible is light." (Ephesians 5:11-13). Yet Scripture also commands us to "Be subject for the Lord's sake to every human institution, whether it be to the emperor as supreme, or to governors as sent by him to punish those who do evil and to praise those who do good. For this is the will of God, that by doing good you should put to silence the ignorance of foolish people. Live as people who are free, not using your freedom as a cover-up for evil, but living as servants of God" (1 Peter 2:13-16).

We are to be "blameless and innocent, children of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation, among whom [we] shine as lights in the world" (Phillipians 2:15).


Now... Consider how the Operation Save America people in the video above spoke to Dr. Virmani.

Granted, it is only a 38-second video clip until Virmani rudely closes the door, but notice who is emotional, angry, and hostile, and who is peaceable, laid-back, and calm.

In my personal experience, in these kinds of encounters it is virtually always the experienced follower of Jesus who is calm and collected in those kinds of face-to-face exchanges, whereas the non-Christian very often (certainly not always, but far more often than otherwise) is belligerent, raises his voice in anger, and fails to retain coherent thought due to his rage. The stereotypical view that Christians' hackles are easily raised in offense and anger is, in my view, probably a product of experiences that some people have had with immature Christians and even false professors of Christianity, who lack confidence in what they are saying. Very rarely will an experienced believer in Jesus get all bent out of shape (again, in my experience), whereas I have seen numerous instances of unbelievers, atheists, pro-aborts, etc of a roughly equivalent level of experience and training become very easily provoked and offended.

Virmani begins in the clip by insisting that pregnancy and adoption not be "put... on the taxpayers". One would assume that he does not, then, take any money from the government for his abortions. Or is he only willing to assign "murdering tiny humans" to the taxpayers' dime? Is he concerned that raising humans to thrive is more expensive than murdering them? That is certainly true, there's no denying it. Applying this reasoning consistently, why would we not extend the murder-grace-period to born children? Those are often quite expensive.

The OSA brethren ask an excellent question: "What does that have to do with the babies?"
The correct answer is, obviously, that it has nothing to do with them. Virmani, of course, has no desire to admit the obvious.

The lady with OSA asks Virmani: "You would rather profit off of those children?"
Virmani responds: "No no no, I am not profiting."
This is a lie. I wonder if Virmani really thinks that anyone believed him?
It certainly seems like he's doing OK financially to me.

Virmani continues with a bizarre tangent: "I as a taxpayer do not wish to pay for those babies to be brought up to be born and kill those people in Colorado."

Apparently Virmani believes that the children he is dismembering in the womb will grow up to be serial killers, so he is doing us all a favor by killing them before they can do that.

The answer to this twisted thinking is obvious - nobody knows what any of these now-dead children would have grown up to become. Perhaps one or more of them would have discovered a way to prevent all further gun massacres in the world. Perhaps one would have cured cancer and AIDS and perhaps another would have become a great philanthropist and composer of music. Virmani can't see the future. We don't know and neither does he. 

Since we don't know and since life and death are not given into our hands in that way, we must not impose ourselves into what God has said is His business, His alone.

Virmani: "Let me see you adopt one of those ugly black babies."
He would, obviously, do well to either avoid all confrontation with anyone in the future or get some serious PR and debate training, and I mean immediately. A semi-public figure like him has no excuse to let slip his racist ideology like that.


Notice, by the way, that these three OSA folks pictured on camera are Caucasian, while Virmani appears to be of Indian origin. Aren't Caucasian Southern Christians supposed to hate black people, according to the stereotype? Yet we are the ones offering to adopt them and thus intentionally create a mixed-ethnicity family and we are the ones who want the African-American population to increase instead of decrease because of mass abortion. Ironically, however, pro-aborts want to paint us as the ones who are full of hate.

He goes on to further challenge the OSA folks to adopt. We have addressed this low-quality objection at great length already. I have to say, it is sort of pathetic that this career abortician has not bothered to familiarise himself with even the most basic of pro-life argumentation. Perhaps he finds it too emotionally bothersome to read because it convicts him of his sin, but it seems to be a breach of professionalism not to know the justification for why one does what one does.

Virmani finishes: "Take them off the taxpayers' money."
Apparently he is not a fan of President Obama, who wants more people to be on the government welfare payroll. Or perhaps he is merely extremely inconsistent and a fool (Foolishness, Godlessness, and shedding the blood of innocent human beings goes hand in hand. See the Psalms. In particular Chapters 10 and 14).

Virmani's poor thinking and weird argumentation are merely evidence of a depraved man trying to justify himself while his conscience, while seared and nearly dead, is still kicking and wiggling inside his soul. Unfortunately for him, continuing in obstinate, unrepentant sin just tightens the screws on that conscience and lessens any chance he will have for forgiveness and eternal life. He has his reward in full.

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2 comments:

  1. I wonder why things like this don't get more play in our 24-hour news cycle world... [/sarcasm]

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  2. It sounded to me like the Dr. had a German accent, which would be appropriate.

    And his name is very close to "Vermin"

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