What Blood Buys

What Blood Buys

Abortion Mentality: The price of child sacrifice.

Written By: Deedra Mosley


What is abortion mentality?

There are many ways of looking at what is the mental reasoning behind those who support abortion. Some claim it is a right of the mother to terminate her offspring in utero. Others focus on the cases of unwanted pregnancies from rape. While many others focus on the health benefits to the mother such as cases they claim that termination would save the mother’s life. In every case, those who are pro-choice feel they have valid arguments as to why abortion should be legal and excepted.

We will not be looking into each of these arguments in this article. Instead, I want to delve into something darker. I want to take a walk through a world in which our psychological morals have been shaped by the legal act of abortion.

Here is a very interesting link to an article about abortion mentality.


When Jesus said for us to let the little children come unto him he did not mean for us to kill them.


Denial is a psychological defense mechanism that helps a person avoid a potentially distressing truth. It can also be looked at as a form of “avoidance”, which is another psychological term that indicates a person is doing all they can to not deal with a given situation. However, you choose to frame it, recognizing its presence in your behavior can do wonders for your ability to know when to look at a situation differently from the way that comes naturally to you.


The above quotation is from an online post about denial. It is a part of a very interesting article by Roger S. Gil.

It would seem that we are in denial about pregnancy. We want to believe that the child inside the mother is not alive or valid until birth. We see debates about when a child is a child. We deny that the start of growth is what produces a birthed child. We find ourselves denying that life began at that very moment of conception in order to excuse the willful murder of our offspring.

The lies we tell ourselves.

It was not a child. It did not feel anything. This is what is best for all of us. It is legal so therefore it is moral. It doesn’t hurt anyone. It is good for the mother.

These self-wrought justifications are born out of denial. For these to be true we must first deny that the child will be an adult if let live. We must rob the person of the unborn child of its humanity in order to justify the violent act of murder. We must also lie to ourselves about the effect of the violence needed to perform the act of abortion upon the mother. We must, in fact, become a sociopath.

What is a sociopath?




1. a person with a personality disorder manifesting itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behavior and a lack of conscience.

A lack of conscience.


We often hear murderers called sociopaths. The above is a definition which I found by searching Google. They justify their killings and they lie to themselves and others about the reasons they act as they do. They lack a conscience. Do we lack a conscience? Are we more like the murderers we imprison than we care to believe?

How we view our children shapes how we treat them.

Let us take a look at the impact of denying the unborn children their humanity.

If a mother has the right to kill her child in utero then why shouldn’t she be able to kill them once they are born? After all, some aborted babies are still alive after being torn from inside their mother’s womb then they are placed aside to die. No one helps them survive the abortion. They have no value even after being born.

When a murderer is killing an innocent victim they are only doing what feels right to them.

When a Mother aborts her baby she is only doing what feels right to her.


Once we have justified the termination of a life we set in motion a new set of morals. Morals are what determine our belief in the acceptable. What we choose to do is based on our moral foundation. If we believe that it is acceptable to terminate a pregnancy that belief carries over into our view of what we have allowed to be ended. A child’s life.

We no longer set a value on the life of our offspring. It is viewed as an inconvenience and a health issue. Pregnancy is no longer a viable state of being in which life is created. It has been reduced to just another health issue. Life is no longer upheld as sacred. What moral conscience we once had has been replaced with no conscience at all. There is no longer a line between right and wrong. Murder has become the normal state of living. The focus has shifted to gratification of our person from the sacredness of the person the child would have become.

We are murderers.


Their blood is on our hands. As a Christian, I have a moral obligation to cry out against such evil. Our churches have not only been silent too long on this issue but have failed to educate us on the psychological fall out from such acts.

If we, as Christians, are not having our morals shaped by God’s word then we are being shaped by the social media and entertainment world. Our morals come from someplace. We can’t deny that we as individuals are shaped by what we believe. What we believe is shaped by what we accept. What we accept is shaped by the world we live in and partake in.

Child sacrifice is not something you want to believe you have ever taken part in. We know what it is. We understand that to kill a child is wrong? Or do we?

The rise of violence towards children today.




I have been unsuccessful in finding a detailed chart on the statistics and rates of child abuse for the last ten years. This makes me wonder if we have not been paying attention to what is happening in our world.

Time to step back and take a look at the messages we have allowed to sneak into our lives.

Reflections of evil and our programming.


For one of my last blog posts, I covered self-harming behaviors and how when we buy entertainment services our money goes towards all the programs. Including the pornographic or hyper-sexualized ones which do indeed have self-harming in them and support the message that self-harming is okay. While looking into what is being offered and really asking the question is this in some way self-harming behavior I discovered another trend. Many of the entertainment industries products not only support self-harming but also support abortion mentality.


What happens when children are no longer valued?


Before you say that you have never supported self-harming or child sacrifice take another look at the media around you. What are you really paying for? What really is the message behind the new wave of T.V. shows, Movies, Music, and Books that we have available for viewing with our paid prescriptions? It is not a stretch of the imagination for me to say that we all in some form or fashion are supporting immorality.

What can we do about it?


We can start by being honest about what fuels these perverse “entertainment” Medias. If you are wondering how we came to a place where, in 2016, you can watch, listen to, and read about subject matter that once was considered unacceptable let me help you understand.

There is a disconnect between what our laws here in the USA are and what we allow to happen to those who live in our country. Here is an example of disconnect: We will condemn murderers of children and imprison them without mercy, but we hail and praise Doctors who perform abortions which murder children.

We have now seen the rise of child hate. You can look at some of the popular horror movies and see how we now view our children. There once was a time that we feared harm coming to our children. The movies were about someone stealing our children or trying to hurt them. Now we see children as the source of evil. Parenthood is being portrayed as wicked and bring evil to us. Take as an example the soon to be released movie, The Boy.

Watch the official trailer for it on YouTube.


Ask yourself how the parents are being portrayed and how is the child being portrayed? What do you think shaped the plot of this movie? Can you see echoes of the abortion mentality here? Asking ourselves questions about what is behind what we are seeing produced for our entertainment is one way we can fight back against the immorality that has taken hold of our post-abortion world.

I want you to think of the following topics that I have seen as trends in the offered entertainment world. I am going to tell you what is being shown to us and the abortion mentality behind it.

The Blood Runs Off Our Hands.


Depictions of sibling incest. The message behind this is simple: Having more than one child is bad. Children are sexual objects.

China one-child rule. – Many of the agencies depicting underage or incest between siblings are either produced in or edited by Asian companies.

Depictions of children as killers. The message: Children are evil and kill us.

This plays to the thought that unborn children are a threat to the mother’s life.

Depictions of children as demons. This also plays up the thought of a threat to the mother. It makes the child something to fear, to hate, and to destroy. Mocks religious teachings of the child being virtuous and sacred.

Depictions of abortions being performed in which the mother is comfortable and has no long-term emotional issues. This builds on the fallacy that abortion is good for women and safe.

A youth or child being murdered but floating from another place and feeling happy and okay with no real justice coming to their killer. This plays up to the dead aborted children accepting death and being okay with it as long as their parents find peace with it. It relays the message that justices is not needed for the dead.

These are just a few of the things you can find if you look through what is offered in any of the major online paid subscriptions. You may not watch these types of things, listen to music that supports it, or read the books which depict it. Just because you don’t doesn’t mean you’re money hasn’t supported it.

This type of psychological warfare on our morals has been going on a long time. We have seen a rise in it as our world’s morals have shifted to the obscene. New mental tactics are being used to persuade our morality away from what currently shapes our governing laws.

I covered the socially unacceptable first. There are children’s entertainment selections that are just as jaded. In the interest of making this post shorter, I will leave off here. I challenge you to look at the socially acceptable entertainment which you do enjoy on a daily basis and ask yourselves if you can see any hidden messages in it which just might be shaping your and your children’s morals.

Remember just because it is within the legality of the law and people everywhere are doing it…that doesn’t make it right.

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