Kansas Libertarians v Slavery

Forcing women into the labor of involuntary reproduction is enslavement. Pregnant women are individual persons, not Siamese twins. “All persons born…” states the constitutional beginning of personhood in the USA’s 14th Amendment. The 13th Amendment says:

Section 1
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

Section 2
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

The original (link) 1972 Libertarian Party platform contained a plank about this which read:

We support an end to all subsidies for childbearing built into our present laws, including all welfare plans and the provision of tax-supported services for children. We further support the repeal of all laws restricting voluntary birth control or voluntary termination of pregnancies during their first hundred days. We shall oppose all coercive measures to control population growth.

The Supreme Court was at that time struggling with a 9th Amendment 5th Circuit case in Texas, which State sought to force a woman to reproduce against her will. Meanwhile in Canada a doctor once persecuted in Europe by Positive Christian National Socialists, had opened a clinic serving women in Quebec.(link) Dr Henry Morgentaler was charged with offences in 1970–before the Libertarian party was organized in Colorado.

Pro-choice, pro-defense LP Happytalism earned maybe 4000 votes but also got one electoral vote in the November elections, which made us impossible to ignore when the real votes were counted in January 1973.

Sixteen days after the Electoral votes were counted, the Supreme Court decision of 22JAN1973 began with (a) For the stage prior to approximately the end of the first trimester, the abortion decision and its effectuation must be left to the medical judgment of the pregnant woman’s attending physician.(link)

Jurors in Canada agreed with the U.S. Supreme Court and acquitted Dr Morgentaler in 1974. As in Roe, weaponized mysticism sought again to put the doctor in jail, and again the jury preferred medicine to girl-bullying superstition and monstrous teratophilia. That and another election ended the matter so that there are NO girl-bullying laws to threaten doctors in Canada. Comstockists, race-suicide collectivists and persons addled by belief in devils and invisible pals still seek to send men with guns out to force women against their will.(link)

But this was true in the 1840s, when Harriet Beecher Stowe told of how slave women had no defense against rapists nor got to keep their children–as in Texas today, thanks to the gradual, stepwise, cowardly betrayal of women’s rights by committees.

Stowe revealed how God’s Self-appointed Ministers and Elders cowered and shied away from defending the individual rights of all women in 1843:

“Whereas there is in this Assembly great diversity of opinion as to the proper and best mode of action on the subject of slavery; and whereas, in such circumstances, any expression of sentiment would carry with it but little weight, as it would be passed by a small majority, and must operate to produce alienation and division; and whereas the Assembly of 1839, with great unanimity, referred this whole subject to the lower judicatories, to take such order as in their judgment might be adapted to remove the evil;–Resolved, That the Assembly do not think it for the edification of the church for this body to take any action on the subject.” (link)

In other words, God’s mystics adopted a cowardly straddle and betrayed freedom and rights to appease alienation and division as reported in Stowe’s Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. The Libertarian party was gaining new voters at the rate of 12% per year from 1972 to 1980, when pressure from infiltrating Swamp Republicans changed the platform to single out pregnant women women for discrimination:

“We oppose any compulsory insurance or tax-supported plan to provide health services, including those which finance abortion services.” Women began crossing the street to avoid Libertarian candidates.

Soon the LP platform changed to this:

“Recognizing that abortion is a sensitive issue and that people can hold good-faith views on all sides, we believe that government should be kept out of the matter, leaving the question to each person for their conscientious consideration.” The LP vote share became a horizontal line from 1980 until Gary Johnson’s pro-choice campaign in 2016, when we more than tripled to 4 million votes with 13 spoiler clout states.

The post-Anschluss national Tea-bertarian party has smothered, omitted, elided, memory-holed all platform utterances to the effect that pregnant women have individual rights.

Just now, only the Kansas Libertarian Party has shown the integrity, consistency and backbone it takes to stand up to the mentality that–before the American Revolution–burned women at the stake to please God, Jesus, Allah and Mohammed. Remember that when you are ready to donate to support a worthy Libertarian organization.(link)


Good bad books: The Economic Waste of Sin, by Lahman Forrest Bower. The Abdingon Press, Cincinnati, 1924. That was the year of the KKKlambakes, the Democratic Party endorsing the Prohibition law President Wilson vetoed, and the party platform plank suddenly recognizing a side effect of prohibition:
“Recognizing in narcotic addiction, especially the spreading of heroin addiction among the youth, a grave peril to America and to the human race, we pledge ourselves vigorously to take against it all legitimate and proper measures for education, for control and for suppression at home and abroad.” Bower believed beer was a gateway drug that led inexorably to heroin–NOT heroin as an easily-concealed replacement for Beelzebub’s banned beer! Get it at bookfinder.com

Republican policies cause major crashes

Find out the juicy details behind the mother of all economic collapses. Prohibition and The Crash–Cause and Effect in 1929 is available in two languages on Amazon Kindle, each at the cost of a pint of craft beer.

Brazilian Sci-fi from 1926 featuring the usual beautiful daughter of a scientist touting prohibition and racial collectivism in America’s Black President 2228 by Monteiro Lobato, translated by J Henry Phillips (link)

Three dollars on Amazon Kindle

Brazilian Expatriotas blog

LIBtranslator on Blogger

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