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The Cleveland Abortion DoubleThink

Cognitive dissonance is defined as the discomfort one feels when holding to two mutually exclusive thoughts. It is natural to feel such discomfort since one of the thoughts must obviously be false.

However, when one holds two mutually exclusive thoughts by remain untroubled and comfortably numb even in the face of such conflict, we call that the media.

Generally, the media holds its own hands to its ears yelling "La! La! La! La! La!" so that they do not have to face or cover any story that reveals the true horrors of elective abortion. So much so that when elective abortions make the horror manifest, such as in the Gosnell case, the media can barely muster a mention even in the face of relentless criticism.

Yet, when a case such as that of the Cleveland kidnapping occurs and includes forced abortions, the media can somehow face the truth about abortion. Why is that?

This is textbook cognitive DoubleThink.

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*subhead*No cognitive dissonance here*subhead*

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ProudHillbilly said...

"However, when one holds two mutually exclusive thoughts by remain untroubled and comfortably numb even in the face of such conflict, we call that the media."

And too many people I know. Although I suspect at some level it does trouble them because if I point out the conflict in their reasoning they get mad at me, babble equally non-compatible thoughts, and huff off.

Got yelled at once because somebody had put a photo of an aborted child under the windshield wiper of a pro-choicer who knew I was pro-life. I didn't have anything to do with the picture but that isn't what she yelled at me for. She yelled at me because the caption on the picture was wrong. It was a picture of a fetus much further developed than what the caption said it was. Blink blink. Sooooo....it's OK to abort later than this says but not OK to get the development stage wrong...?

Donna M said...

In this day and age, (through advanced science, technology and theorems) there is no rationale, logic, reason, argument, excuse nor privilege of "why" the abortion mentality should even exist as it stands today!
It is archaic and backward thinking.
It is not dignified nor respectful!
It is hatefully abusive, repulsive, brutal, and painful.

....for A...;)

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Lynda said...

The bit of treatment of the Gosnell case that I've seen by RTE, the propaganda broadcaster for the Irish state, focused on how, from it's oh so objective point of view, prolife "activists" are using this oh so unusual

Lynda said...

..... case to argue against abortion!!!

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