Charlottesville ‘Honors’ Unite the Right Victims by Promoting Abortion
Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter! –Isaiah 5:20
Charlottesville City Government has devoted tremendous public resources to promoting “Unity Days,” which the City describes as follows:
We the community members of Charlottesville come together this summer in a spirit of healing and unity for a variety of events that educate, inspire, and honor people in our community in order to move towards economic and racial justice.
Conceived in the wake of the deadly August 12, 2017, “Unite the Right” rally, Unity Days was intended to “inspire and honor” in contrast to the violence, death, and destruction of that fateful day in Charlottesville history.
From its inception, Unity Days, was a political manifestation masquerading otherwise. The governing board is comprised primarily of cultural Marxists and social agitators who do not promote unity in their words and actions. The events largely have glorified leftist political ideology and have inspired greater divisiveness.
Perhaps the crown jewel of 2019 Unity Days was the “Call to Action Fair,” whose aim is to “get citizens involved with organizations creating change and action within Charlottesville.”
Featured in the Fair’s lineup were a few relatively innocuous “organizations” including the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Computers4Kids, and Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville.
But the “honoring” of those who lost their lives or were otherwise traumatized on August 12, 2017, would not be complete without the glorification of infanticide, as promoted by Call to Action Fair participant, Blue Ridge Abortion Fund.
This debased organization encourages donors to “build power” by funding abortion:
Funding abortion is an act of radical care that affirms our belief that all community members should have the agency and the resources to make their own decisions about their bodies.
In addition to their efforts to normalize and even celebrate the dismemberment of unborn humans, Blue Ridge Abortion Fund delusionally refers to their destructive mission as “compassionate abortion care.”
Absent from the Abortion Fund’s website or the City’s Fair propaganda is the fact that black Americans, while only 13 percent of the nation’s population, account for 36 percent of abortions, subsidized primarily by wealthy white benefactors. This disproportionate minority contact with the doctors-of-death at America’s abortuaries would make for an enlightening discussion at next year’s Unity Days.
In the City of Charlottesville, exchanging the truth for a lie has become a way of life. And in a place that once chose to “honor” 9/11 victims with community face painting and jam bands, perchance it is fitting to “honor” our own victims by celebrating “unity” in the destruction of innocent human life.