Thousands Of Fetal Remains, Found After Abortion Provider's Death, Buried In Indiana

Najwa Kareem
Posted February 13, 2020 from United States

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Najwa Kareem
Feb 17
Feb 17

How could a doctor do something like this and carry on every day as he did??! What he did upsets me very much!

Jill Langhus
Feb 14
Feb 14

Hi Najwa,

Wow! That's creepy.

Hope you're doing well, and that you have a great weekend.

Najwa Kareem
Feb 17
Feb 17

Thank you. Regards to you as well.

Jill Langhus
Feb 19
Feb 19

You're welcome!

Very strange for a doctor to keep those fetal remains in his house. I wonder if he had mental illness for hoarding those. Your anger is valid, dear sister. We can never understand why humans do what they do. Strange that no one found out about this until he died. I can only hope this news is not real. Horrible.

Najwa Kareem
Feb 19
Feb 19

Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I agree wholeheartedly with what you said except that we can certainly understand why many humans do what they do. Having knowledge and an understanding of human behavior requires going through a strategic and educated process. Also, you wonder if he had a mental illness for having hoarded the fetuses in his home. My opinion is that it does not require one to have a mental illness to do something like this. A person who is immoral, greedy for money or who has made money his/her God as performing abortions yields one significant income, and/or who considers babies in the wombs of their mothers as not living beings or as not human beings is easily capable of doing something horrific and criminal like what Dr. Klopfer did. It's similar to what happened to many black people in America by many white people...black people having been hung, shot to death, etc. by white people. As we know, these same or similar kinds of crimes against black people are happening still today. To think that these white persons or these Europeans committed these crimes against humanity because they had mental illness? Very likely no! It's more the reason or indeed the reason that they did these barbaric things because they viewed black people as not humans and as inferior to them. They dehumanized them in order to legitimize or to get away with their heinous acts and their barbaric crimes. This is one major reason slavery in America took place and lasted for as long as it did. It's the major reason slavery took place in other parts of the world and continues to happen today. As we know, much of this dehumanization of others or of the oppressed or of those who have less or no power by oppressors or by those who have power or more power is still happening. The same is being done to Palestinians by ruthless and blood thirsty Zionists. They too see Palestinians as not human beings, as not like how they see themselves, as not persons worthy of dignity and respect. They view Palestinians as inferior to them or as subhuman which legitimizes their hatred for them, their racism towards them, their discrimination against them, and their perpetual killing of them, of innocent people. The same kinds of dehumanization tactics and propaganda concerning Muslims is happening in many parts of the world. Women are also victims and have long been victims of this kind of objectification and dehumanization by men. Women are dehumanized on a daily basis by many men in authority or by many men who have power, influence, and wealth to legitimize and condone their mistreatment of them, abuse of them, and slow and fast psychological and in other ways killing of them. Many men who degrade and harass women, who sexually assault and/or rape women, or who having committed such ruthless crimes in the past have behaved in such monstrous ways because of reasons as seeing women as objects void of personality, intellect, feelings, etc. or because of objectifying them. Marketing and media play a huge role in achieving the goal of objectifying and dehumanizing women to keep women being viewed by men as inferior beings and as merely sex objects for men's pleasure and use. If interested in reading more about this topic, please google Dr. Steve Loughnan at University of Edinburgh and Dr. Maria Pacilli at University of Perugia.

You mentioned you could only hope that this news or what Dr. Klopfer did is not real. Seriously unfortunate to have to say so but I think that this news is tragically, sickly, and absolutely real. Equally tragic, unethical, inhumane, etc. are the many, many doctors who perform abortions daily, weekly, monthly, yearly or throughout their careers who may or may not house the innocent baby fetuses they have murdered. One's easy or relatively easy access to having abortions or women "having the right" to have an abortion is a crying, unfathomable shame and this access and "right to choose" is condoning and contributing to the insane number of men and women committing fornication, adultery, sexual assault, rapes, etc., as well as, the outrageous number of women who've had an abortion or abortions who suffer from depression and anxiety because of the guilt of having decided to kill their child(ren) and having authorized the killing of their child(ren), and the large number of women who've had an abortion or abortions who've committed suicide. If interested in learning more about abortion, please consider viewing and reading Emmy award-winning Laila Al-Arian's work. To find her work, please google her name. Among several documentaries she has produced, she's proud to have produced a documentary called "The Abortion War".

Najwa Kareem
Feb 20
Feb 20

As far as objectification and sexual objectification is concerned related to women, many women are guilty of objectifying and sexually objectifying themselves by the way or how they dress in public or in the presence of men who are not their husbands and in the way they act or behave in front of men who they are not married to and done so in various contexts and settings. In choosing to behave in such ways, women's progress towards equal rights and justice are compromised. In other words, the honoring of the right of all women to be seen as equal to that of men or to be seen and treated as the twin equivalent of men, as persons of intellect, and as persons of stature and dignity is put in jeopardy.