Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Collaborating with Evil ~ Catering for Killers

Dear Tony's Meat Market,

Today, your business made a terrible decision. Sidewalk counselors in Denver saw your truck pull in to Denver's house of child sacrifice ~ Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood in Stapleton. 

Planned Parenthood is Denver's Auschwitz. It's a death camp little different from the horrific concentration camps in Hitler's Germany. Where Auschwitz used Zyklon B gas to kill the Jews, 
Planned Parenthood dismembers babies in the womb and discards human beings made in God's image with souls like yesterday's trash.

Enabling the murder machine in Denver by doing business with people who kill your potential future customers is beyond foolhardy.  It's evil. You are no better than those who collaborated with the Nazis during World War 2.

Your stores have wonderful, upscale food items and I've often enjoyed shopping with you.
Never again.  My conscience won't allow me to spend another dollar with an enterprise that
cares so little for humanity ~ for our pre-born neighbors.

Perhaps you've heard of Kazoo & Company one of Denver's iconic toy stores? They closed recently.
And when I started pondering the why of how such a great store couldn't survive in Cherry Creek,
it became clear that one strong possibility is that Denver's child population must be dwindling.
Planned Parenthood in Denver kills 20-30 kids a day, 100 a week, 5,200 a year so over the past 5 years, that's 26,000 fewer kids to buy Kazoos for.

And so it might be that catering for killers will come back to bite you as well.

If future customers mean nothing to you, please reconsider that the three times in history when the word person was re-defined ~ when black people were allowed to be held as slaves, when Jews were allowed to be gassed and most recently when babies in the womb have been allowed to be murdered by their mothers and fathers, to America's utmost shame.

History will not be kind to collaborators with evil in our era, any more than it was to Nazi collaborators.

What a sad and sorry day. One of Denver's finest grocers brings a fancy meal to a room full of pro-death Grandparents at a fundraising lunch to raise money for the shedding of innocent blood.

"Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness;
That put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!" Isaiah 5:20

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