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The frightening implications of Plan B for children

By Scott Tibbs, June 20, 2013

I think it is unfortunate that people do not see the dark and sinister agenda behind selling the morning after pill (also known as Plan B) over the counter to girls as young as 11 years old. I am convinced this is part of a wider Satanic conspiracy to decriminalize and normalize pedophilia. No, I am not saying that is the goal of most of the people pushing this unprecedented decision, but we have to realize that Satan's influence on the heart of sinful man is very powerful and our Enemy is determined to destroy everything that is pure and good.

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. -- Ephesians 6:12

Given how depraved our culture has become, I am not surprised that we have lowered ourselves to allowing 11 year old children to buy an abortifacient drug without their parents' knowledge or consent. I am somewhat surprised at how quickly this has taken place and how little opposition this has generated outside of the pro-life community. At best, a number of Leftist commentators have said they are "uncomfortable" with little girls having access to Plan B.

The Alliance Defense Fund has been trying to educate people about the destructive agenda of Planned Parenthood, including their support for giving Plan B to little girls. When I shared one of their images (with their permission) on Tumblr, my post went viral quickly and it got a huge reaction - virtually all of it negative. I do take it as a hopeful sign that people are reacting so strongly, because perhaps this means God is working to soften their hearts.

And yes, I am serious when I say this is part of a wider movement to decriminalize and normalize pedophilia. See the previous two links for an explanation of this movement, which as a father I find absolutely terrifying.

This is another example of power flowing from the church and the home to the state. When a single renegade federal "judge" decides you do not have the authority as a parent to decide whether or not your daughter should have access to the morning-after pill, that is a serious infringement on our liberty and a significant expansion of power by the state. At what point will we resist this tyranny? At what point will we say "no" to the ever-expanding power of the state over our most intimate personal decisions?