, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

It’s been on the news this past few weeks the “Women Rage for RH” a mixed bag gathering of militant feminists, atheists, freethinkers and pro-RHBill advocates.

Look into their faces, can you see what’s behind their smiles?

What struck me is the title of their gathering, “Women RAGE… (caps mine). Why rage? What are these people raging about? I can understand anger because of injustice but RAGE? This kind of anger is a result of fear and guilt. Raging for reproductive rights …whew!

RAGE, Definition:

…”RAGE”, may be described as an inordinate and uncontrolled feelings of hatred and anger. Wrath, in its purest form, presents with self-destructiveness, violence, and hate…

I can’t help but imagine that these people have some kind of heavy guilt or fear that is fueling this hatred, this rage. When a movement is based on “rage” it leads to self-destructive behavior so it isn’t surprising that this movement might eventually be the catalyst for the legalization of abortion in the Philippines.

Abortion is, after all, the most destructive act that humans have brought upon themselves. it is not only destructive to the baby, who is torn apart in the womb, but to the psychology of the woman as well. Abortion brings both physical and spiritual destruction.

Peter Kreeft said that the fear of poverty is what drives women to kill their babies and that makes sense because if one had a kind of Christian joy and peace, one would not fear the future, one would not fear poverty.

Here is what a wise, green Jedi master says about fear and anger:

…Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering…

A huge supporter of this Rage movement are the atheists and whenever they join in, it turns into Catholic-bashing. Watch this video of a feminist, atheist Greta Christina …watch her eyes, do you see the fire that burns within?

Here’s a RealCAtholic take on angry atheists: