US Supreme Court Ruling Saves Unborn Lives – Angry “Catholic” Joe Biden “Stunned”… Plonker!

US Supreme Court Ruling Saves Unborn Lives – Angry “Catholic” Joe Biden “Stunned”… Plonker!

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This court just saved an average of 500,000 babies lives a year. They are celebrating in heaven.

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  • Warydoom Reply

    All I can say is “Thank you, dear Lord for having mercy on us and all the little babies who will be saved through this courageous act on the part of the Supreme Court”.

    And Joe is no Catholic!

    June 25, 2022 at 12:00 am
    • editor Reply


      “Joe is no Catholic!”

      Hence the inverted commas!

      June 25, 2022 at 12:04 am
      • Faith of Our Fathers

        ED Biden and Pelosi are just Evil whilst Harris is Pure Evil. As for The Civil War I believe it started when President Trump was Elected it just wasn’t declared.
        Am sorry but as for this Decision although Morally Correct It was wrong in a Practical way and ad like to get yours and others opinions.

        This to me will not save Babies Lives in fact when you see These Demonics they will just carry on Killing Babies either in the Womb or if not possible then it will be out of The Womb as far as they are concerned what does it matter.
        In fact we know that not just in the U.S.A but over here Infanticide is Happening every day. The Abortionists are Pure Evil and a Law won’t change them.

        June 25, 2022 at 4:30 pm
      • Margaret Mary

        Faith of our Fathers,

        The overturning of Roe will save babies’ lives. This ruling means that even right now, some states have been able to outlaw abortion altogether. That means that in some states (I think Mississippi is one) no woman can get an abortion – zero abortions will be done there. All those women must have their babies and then give them up for adoption if they really don’t want them, but they cannot murder them. So, I disagree that this law won’t change things.

        June 25, 2022 at 9:18 pm
      • Warydoom


        I didn’t register the inverted commas.😀

        Anyway, here is an excellent response to the decision by the always excellent MaryAnn Kreitzer.

        June 26, 2022 at 2:49 am
      • Warydoom


        Speaking of the devil! Here is the “Catholic” Joe Biden threatening the prolife states:

        June 26, 2022 at 2:58 am
      • Margaret Mary

        I want to correct what I wrote at 9.18pm on 25 June when I said that Mississippi had outlawed abortions altogether.

        This is wrong – they are not allowed after 15 weeks. Sorry about that, but I pray that one day they will be banned altogether. It’s terrible to think that at 15 weeks a baby can hear your voice, so it will be listening (although obviously not understanding, thank God) when the mother is deciding to kill him/her. It makes me shudder just to think about it.

        June 29, 2022 at 12:55 pm
  • RCAVictor Reply

    The front page of the Gateway Pundit says it all: civil war imminent in America.

    June 25, 2022 at 12:01 am
    • editor Reply

      RCA Victor,

      It’s just gone midnight here, and I was tempted to hold off posting this thread until that “civil war” broke out (possibly as soon as tomorrow) because there is no doubt whatsoever that those bloodthirsty enemies of the unborn are just itching to take to the streets.

      God help America…

      June 25, 2022 at 12:06 am
      • Andrew Q

        It will be interesting to see how access to murder babies pans out now that the decision has been handed back to the individual states. It will clearly be easier in some states than others. An important battle has been won but the war is nowhere near concluded

        (And let’s not forget to pray and campaign about the increasing slaughter here in the UK. 99% of which is funded through the NHS as “healthcare”.)

        June 25, 2022 at 12:26 am
      • Lily

        Andrew Q,

        The difference between the USA and the UK is that there is a very active pro-life movement over there, not so here. The pro-lifers are very lax IMHO, and don’t do much at all in the way of protesting. Even the annual 40 days for life is a prayer vigil, nothing more, you are not allowed to speak to passers by to explain to them what it is about and how evil abortion actually is. The Americans are actively pro-life, over here it’s a passive pro-life movement. I never donate to pro-life groups because of that. When the SPUC collection comes to our church, I do not give them a penny.

        June 25, 2022 at 9:37 am
      • Josephine


        I agree with you about the UK pro-life movement. It’s toothless.

        June 25, 2022 at 9:51 am
      • RCAVictor


        It’s important to keep in mind that all this “outrage” is bought and paid for by Soros and his demonic ilk. In other words, these violently “indignant” thugs and stooges are all mercenaries, incited by globalists (a euphemism for Communists) to tear the country apart.

        Or, should I say, to continue to tear the country apart.

        June 25, 2022 at 1:53 pm
      • Margaret Mary

        RCA Victor,

        I agree that the outrage is fake in tons of cases. Just like the BLM riots were fake, bought and paid for by George Soros and his “demonic ilk” as you describe them. It’s impossible to make any sense of their thinking, at all. I just can’t believe that a man as wealthy as Soros would use his money to destroy people and places, the way that man is destroying the USA.

        June 25, 2022 at 9:22 pm
      • WurdeSmythe

        > God help America…

        Thank you.

        The leftists turned their brownshirt shock troops loose on a number of our cities over the past few years, and now they are promising a Night of Rage and the like against Catholic churches and pro-life counseling centers and the like.

        The decision came down on the Feast of the Sacred Heart, Deo gratias. Ever after, the day will fall on the feast of St. John the Baptist – the same saint who, while in his mother St. Elizabeth’s womb, recognized with our Our Lord while he was still being carried by the Blessed Virgin Mary.

        God is good.

        June 25, 2022 at 9:58 pm
      • Leitourgos

        Lily, Josephine,

        The difference between the U.S. and the U.K. is that the U.S. has an amendment to its Constitution guaranteeing free speech. This right also exists in British law, but it nowhere near as strongly protected. Also, the abortion question, including who pays for it, was never anywhere near as settled in the U.S. That is not so in the UK, where we have socialised medicine — to all intents and purposes, a single care provider in the guise of the NHS — and where culture seems to follow law more slavishly.

        That said, I do think that the Church has to revamp her whole approach to matters pro-life. Rome is but a shadow of her former self in this regard. The present Pope has on occasion condemned abortion in no uncertain terms, but Vatican communications are currently geared across the platforms to ensuring maximum exposure for the Pope’s person, and if this means dulling his message to make it more acceptable to the MMM, so be it.

        June 26, 2022 at 9:26 am
      • Athanasius


        If what you suspect is true, concerning the silence of the Pope and the Vatican on this momentous ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, then it means that Francis wants to be less the Vicar of Christ than a cult figure before the world. Should that be the case then it would have to be admitted that Francis is dethroning Christ and exalting himself instead. That would be tragic for the Pope’s soul as well as for all the consecrated souls who go along with it.

        June 26, 2022 at 12:49 pm
      • Leitourgos


        My honest opinion is that Francis is fixated by his popularity. As for Christ, he seems to be just the means in the pursuit of a secularizing agenda.

        June 27, 2022 at 8:01 am
  • Lily Reply

    President Trump has said God made this decision – this is mentioned in this typically biased BBC report, although the part of the report where people are interviewed outside the Supreme Court is reasonably fair IMHO. The rest, not. Like the staffer in the abortion clinic now closed, who cries and says she is saying sorry to women who cannot now get an abortion, too bad if your boyfriend beats you up and rapes you every day. As if that women should not be heading OUT of that relationship, to safety, killing her child seems to be the only option, as far as these pro-abortionists are concerned.

    June 25, 2022 at 9:34 am
  • Josephine Reply

    This court just saved an average of 500,000 babies lives a year. They are celebrating in heaven.

    So true! Thanks be to God!

    June 25, 2022 at 9:53 am
  • westminsterfly Reply

    I see braindead Boris (almost certainly being worked from behind by Carrie Antoinette) has joined in the row – saying that making the murder of innocent children more difficult is a ‘big step backwards’. Oh that’s OK then. Boris says it, so it MUST be right to kill children. No doubt the evil Sturgeon will jump on the bandwagon soon – if she hasn’t already.

    June 25, 2022 at 10:06 am
  • Antoine Bisset Reply

    The fight is not over. We are going to see a huge amount of effervescence, in the MSM & BBC, and on the streets. All of it one-sided. “Pro-choice” agitators seeking free abortion on demand, and so forth, and oh, such sympathetic coverage.
    The recent decision depended on the US Constitution protecting US lives, per 14th Amendment. The life of a child in many places has been defined as from when a heartbeat may be detected, about six weeks.
    It’s not over, but it is good start.
    Sturgeon has jumped on the bandwagon.

    June 25, 2022 at 12:53 pm
    • Faith of Our Fathers Reply

      Av not read anything what the Evil Sturgeon has said as I thought She would be too Busy at The Decadent Pride Thing today. But I wouldn’t be surprised if Evil Nic made an announcement to Fly over all those who want an Abortion in the U.S.A to Scotland. After all sick as it is thers Money in those Aborted Babies.
      We know from past Abortionists that they can even buy Lamborghinis .

      Also Nic has previous ,as She announced that She would Bring over Irish Women and Pay for their Visit until the Evil Deeds were done. Of course we’re talking of 1000s here rather than 100s but am sure Sturgeon would make sure Women,s so called Re Productive Rights or to be Honest, Women’s Destructive Rights would come first. It really is sickening How quick these Evil People want to Murder Children.
      Also as L.S.N. ran an Article about Kamala Harris and said that since the Abortion issues came up they can’t stop Her from Cackling.
      The same Women who up until now was Absent has now as L.S.N. said found Her real Vocation in Life.

      June 25, 2022 at 9:11 pm
  • Michael 🙏 Reply

    Dear friends

    On the feast of the Sacred Heart praise God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. A momentous decision in favour the sanctity of human life.

    It will be interesting to see how many states follow the decision and amend their laws to reflect this decision.

    As for Biden he will answer to the most High for his wickedness and his reaction manifests how low he has sunk morally and spiritually.

    Please God this now starts a process whereby people will start to think more deeply about the absolute evil of Abortion

    Oh Sacred Heart of Jesus l place all my trust in thee !

    Every blessing

    Michael 🙏

    June 25, 2022 at 2:16 pm
    • Theresa Rose Reply


      It is a momentous decision in favour of human life, on the feast of the Sacred Heart. But the fight is not over by any means as yet. The worst horror of abortion is that those babies die without being baptised and therefore cannot enter heaven, but spend eternity in limbo.

      June 25, 2022 at 6:11 pm
      • Michael 🙏

        Theresa Rose

        Your correct in highlighting what for many is a difficult teaching l know l have encountered often as an RE teacher even with parents.

        Agreed the fight does continue and we will engage to the best of our abilities remembering also that we are people of faith.

        l know that in the designs of Providence good will triumph over this absolute evil.

        Every blessing

        Michael 🙏

        June 25, 2022 at 8:09 pm
  • RCAVictor Reply

    I’d never heard of the “Hermit of Loreto,” much less his alleged premonition in the 1980s that Donald Trump would bring America back to God, but this article (and video by a Catholic priest with a New Yawk accent) (much more convincing than Editor’s….) is interesting:

    As for this Supreme Court decision “bringing America back to God,” I’m not so sure. It will certainly separate the wheat from the chaff, but beyond that, my crystal ball fails me. The mercenary/crisis actor response to this decision reminds me of the reaction to Paul VI’s Humanae vitae, although of course on a much more subdued scale.

    Did Humanae vitae accomplish what was intended? Not hardly. It was largely ignored.

    June 25, 2022 at 2:26 pm
    • westminsterfly Reply

      RCA Victor,
      Humanae Vitae suffered the same fate as so many other teachings. Only Francis’s ‘teachings’ (ramblings) are mandatory now. Everything else must be consigned to the dustbin.

      June 25, 2022 at 6:52 pm
  • TruthMachine Reply

    In most advanced western societies, and likewise Japan in Asia, there has been a clear demographic issue for last decades, both of overall ageing nativist populations, and declining, or insubstantial, nativist birth rates to effectively replace that aging workforce. The mainstream Neo-Liberal western politicians like Blair in UK and Merkel in Germany have used these twofold issues to aggressively advocate for massive pushes in unprecedented immigration intake levels from across the developing world. However, in case of USA, the imminent removal or reduction (at least in certain states) of immediate access, and casual availability, of abortion clinics would at least partly assist in this nativist demographics issue, surely?!! As it means the full term creation of at least a portion of the nativist children that were previously being discarded, essentially as a lifestyle decision. There are however many in the established status quo who will decry this judicial development, for their own self serving reasons, not least in the sectors of the medical-pharma industry, and particularly the Planned Parenthood corporate entity, that profits greatly from abortions, by collecting and on-selling the aborted fetus material gathered in their clinics to variety of medical-pharma companies.

    June 25, 2022 at 7:11 pm
  • Rapport Reply

    At the worlds biggest pop festival in Glastonbury, England on Friday night, the female American headline act, Billy Eilish(O’COnnell) aged 20 , condemned the Supreme Court decision as a dark
    day, to the vast mostly young crowd.

    June 25, 2022 at 9:08 pm
    • Athanasius Reply


      Well, if they attend hellish places they’ll hear only hellish doctrine. Glastonbury is a place for people who don’t know or believe in God and virtue.

      June 25, 2022 at 9:48 pm
      • westminsterfly

        And hilariously, has-been comedian Lenny Henry was griping in the press recently about the fact that very few ethnic minorities attend these festivals. So what shall we do – hold a gun to their heads and demand they buy tickets?

        June 25, 2022 at 10:43 pm
      • Rapport

        The Devil has the best tunes, though!

        June 25, 2022 at 10:48 pm
      • Faith of Our Fathers

        Athanasius as far as the Den of Enequity called Glastonbury is concerned I read in the Daily Mail that it would cost roghly £1000 to attend, so much for Hard Times at least for some.
        Then again whom Satan rules we know that He makes them stupid first.
        I also see greeting faced Greta is appearing we always knew She was a Stick in The Mud .
        I hope She mention something about the Fools Boris and Trudeau who were comparing who had the Biggest Private Jet . Also that Zelensky made a Zoom appearance made me dislike him more.

        June 26, 2022 at 2:38 pm
      • Athanasius


        £1000 to attend Glastonbury? It’s a far cry from the old days when people bought a bottle of spirits and a few cans of beer and went in search of a house party down their street!!

        June 26, 2022 at 3:52 pm
    • Athanasius Reply


      Well, he has to entice powerfully on the emotions or he’s wasting his time. Mind you, he doesn’t always win with music. Here’s a reminder of that!

      June 26, 2022 at 12:30 pm
  • WurdeSmythe Reply

    > God help America…

    Thank you.

    The leftists turned their brownshirt shock troops loose on a number of our cities over the past few years, and now they are promising a Night of Rage and the like against Catholic churches and pro-life counseling centers and the like.

    The decision came down on the Feast of the Sacred Heart, Deo gratias. Ever after, the day will fall on the feast of St. John the Baptist – the same saint who, while in his mother St. Elizabeth’s womb, recognized with our Our Lord while he was still being carried by the Blessed Virgin Mary.

    God is good.

    June 25, 2022 at 10:00 pm
    • Athanasius Reply


      It was interesting to listen to all the abortion advocates on TV trying to use instances of rape to work up people’s emotions. We already know of course that the greater majority of abortions are simply down to women not wanting to live with the consequences of their actions, and certainly not prepared to live chaste lives as an alternative. But when I hear the rape and incest arguments, horrendous as such cases are for the victims, I always think of St. Mungo who was the product of rape. His mother was raped by the son of king Lothe and when she became pregnant she was accused of loose morals and cast of a cliff top. She survived and gave birth to Kentigern, affectionately known as Mungo, and the rest is history.

      Imagine what the world would have lost and how many souls would have gone to Hell had abortion been available in those days! Thank God, no such wicked murder of innocents in the womb was available back then.

      June 26, 2022 at 12:38 pm
      • WurdeSmythe

        A fitting reply to the insincere rape and incest argument is to ask, “So if we were to allow an exception for those tragic cases, you would otherwise be willing to accept a prohibition on abortion?”

        When the abortion supporter says “No,” then you point out that referencing cases of rape or incest are immaterial and have nothing to do with the discussion.

        June 30, 2022 at 11:52 pm
  • Rapport Reply

    The USA is becoming a Tower of Babel. Those who do not view abortion as a religious issue on the sanctity of life but rather a woman’s rights issue cannot communicate across the divide.
    USA already has limited healthcare for its citizens, life expectancy lower than many developed countries, many cities with high rates of homelessness, drug and prison problems and now this
    divide. Much work for courts and lawyers rather than a unifying leadership beckons.

    June 26, 2022 at 8:18 am
  • Michael 🙏 Reply

    Dear friends

    The silence from the Pope and the hierarchy regarding this matter is very telling- is it not?

    Shame on them.

    Every blessing
    Michael 🙏

    June 26, 2022 at 12:32 pm
    • Athanasius Reply


      Absolutely! It’s hardly credible that the very Pope and hierarchy of the Catholic Church are so silent on so great a moral victory. It speaks volumes about these tragic Churchmen.

      June 26, 2022 at 12:40 pm
  • Marinaio Reply

    The overturning of Roe v. Wade was a great victory in the war against abortion. True Catholics have been praying for this, writing opinion pieces and letters in local newspapers, keeping vigils at abortuaries, praying public Rosaries as we assembled annually to commemorate that dark day — January 22, 1973. For over 49 years, we Catholics have been praying, sacrificing, trying to make reparation for the sins of our nation. No one involved in the pro-life movement — certainly none of those I know — could ever believe that this day would come. To reiterate, it is a great battle won in the long-term war against abortion. Yes, for those who see a glass half-empty instead of half-full, I agree that there is still work to be done. But the proper Constitutional framework has been re-established by six Catholics. (Well, Chief Justice Roberts did his usual rat maneuver, voting in the majority in Dobbs, but not voting to overturn Roe, but that’s Roberts for you.)
    The femi-nazis are furious with the Catholic Church because they know that the teachings of the divinely instituted Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ were really at the heart of this decision. Six justices who are baptized and confirmed Catholics (though Justice Neil Gorsuch has strayed into the Episcopal church in the last 15 years or so) said, “there is no fundamental right to abortion that can be found anywhere in the Constitution of the United States”! Every parish in every diocese in America should have been singing the Te Deum today, but instead we got this drivel from the Holy Cardinal Wilton Gregory of Washington, D.C. (which was typical of the Vatican response and the responses of many other American bishops): “A life affirming ethic includes revoking the death penalty and caring for the imprisoned . . . addressing all forms of injustice, including racism”. The ghost of Bernardin lives on in this so-called “seamless garment” mindset.
    But all true Catholics know that the real issue is the estimated 65 million babies killed since January of 1973 — innocent little souls torn out of the womb or butchered as they were being delivered, who were never given the opportunity to be baptized. Let all true Catholics drop to their knees and thank God for the overturning of Roe. Yes, now we have much work to do at the state level; but, with God’s help, it will be done!

    June 26, 2022 at 11:45 pm
  • RCAVictor Reply June 27, 2022 at 2:33 pm
  • editor Reply

    Here’s the ever-so reasonable statement from the Scottish Bishops Conference on the subject…

    If only they were half as benign – so keen on ‘civility and respect for divergent opinions’ – when the subject matter is immigration and/or climate change, not to mention the Traditional Latin Mass. Oh yes, there’s that, too…

    June 27, 2022 at 2:45 pm
  • Lily Reply

    This is very interesting about Kamala Harris’s tweet saying she and Biden will fight on for women’s rights

    June 27, 2022 at 10:08 pm
    • Nicky Reply


      There was some great information in that video of Kamala Harris, and it reminded me of tonight’s Mark Steyn show which was fantastic. I found the section where he talks about Roe V Wade on YouTube – it’s around three minutes into this video although the first few minutes is well worth watching also. He is funny as well as hitting home.

      June 27, 2022 at 10:23 pm
  • editor Reply

    Here’s another Catholic in name only (Isabel Webster of GB News) arguing (and losing) with an American pro-lifer, who is nothing short of brilliant. As the discussion progresses, Isabel can barely keep her temper.

    June 29, 2022 at 11:20 am
    • Laura Reply


      That American pro-life young woman ran rings round the GB News presenter. These pro-abortion people think they only need to rant about “women’s rights” and they’ve won the debate. If an alien landed in the middle of these conversations they’d be asking what it’s about, what is the issue, because the pro-abortionists never mention the child. It’s incredible, it really is.

      I agree that Isabel Webster is just one more CINO, a Catholic in name only. It’s amazing that they are always so anxious to point out that they are Catholics, too, LOL! Every chance they get. What kind of Catholic though? Laughably, she tries to write off the young American woman’s opinions as being “religious” – the young American woman made no mention of her religion. That’s how they muddy the waters. They don’t say the laws against stealing are religious yet they come from the same moral law as killing including killing the unborn.

      Even apart from this debate, I once saw her fellow presenter, Eamon Holmes, another one who keeps telling us he’s a Catholic, he mentioned that when his family got a new house, the priest would come to bless it and Isabel looked amazed and said something along the lines of “Did you?” or “Did you really?! She was wide-eyed at the idea of something that has always been common practice in Catholic life and culture from forever. I remember thinking then, what sort of Catholic is she? But this is a whole different level of CINO – willing to see unborn babies butchered in their mother’s womb.

      Mark Steyn’s commentary on Roe V Wade which Nicky posted above is excellent – he points out that here in the UK we don’t have a “one size fits all” abortion law. There’s no UK abortion law, because Scotland, England, NI and Wales make their own abortion laws, just exactly what is now going to happen in the USA. Yet Boris attacks the Supreme Court in the US for making the same system possible in the US which we have here in the UK. The irrationality of the pro-abortionists is there in plain sight.

      Roe V Wade is a victory, of course, but the real victory will be when the murder of unborn babies is prohibited completely and “unwanted babies” (horrible idea) are placed for adoption with parents who will give them the love and care they deserve. That’s their right – women have no right to deny any child love and care.

      June 29, 2022 at 11:46 am
    • Margaret Mary Reply


      I’ve been watching a variety of video commentaries from the USA on this subject and to say that the Left is unhinged, is to understate the case by a country mile.

      I’ve also seen some Sky News Australia videos, (which is totally different from the biased Sky News we get here), where the commentators are clear-thinking about the issue, at least much more clear thinking that the average pro-abortionist. I don’t often watch GB News Breakfast and I’ll be giving it a total miss from now on. If someone is so easily deceived about something as important as abortion, what else are they believing and reporting that is off the wall.

      One thing that really stumps me is that women who have had babies support abortion. It’s beyond the pale. They’ve seen the scans, they’ve seen the baby’s face and they still supporting killing him or her, just because the woman wants to? I will never understand it, and I’m all for everyone having their God-given rights – not the other kind, which are in opposition to God’s moral law.

      Watching Isabel Webster’s growing frustration with that young American supporters of the overturning of Roe V Wade was an education in itself. I’ve said a wee prayer for Isabel, to remove the darkness from her soul, and waken her up to the truth about this crucial issue which is a matter of life and death for babies. I remember reading somewhere that the first nine months of any baby’s life in the womb, is the most dangerous for them, and this is supposed to be a civilised country.

      June 29, 2022 at 12:45 pm
  • Theresa Rose Reply

    Taylor Marshall short say about abortion.

    July 3, 2022 at 4:24 pm

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