Abortion Is Not Allowed Because Your Body Is Property

What a weird sentence to start with, right? “Abortion Is Not Allowed Because Your Body Is Property”. What on Earth could that even mean? It sure grabs attention. But what could I possibly mean?

Abortion is such a divisive issue. Let’s not talk about abortion for a moment.

Instead, let’s talk about something relevant to why billionaires like Elon Musk are tweeting about how “population collapse is the biggest threat to humanity” in their eyes.

Let’s talk about how billionaires see everyone else.

I think billionaires consider the rest of the population to be their property – slaves to work and consume for their benefit.

It’s no secret that wealth inequality has become a major issue in recent years. The top 1% of the population holds a disproportionate amount of wealth compared to the rest of us. They own more than 50% of Americans, combined.

And while many billionaires claim to be philanthropic, their actions often tell a different story. Take Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, for example. Despite being the wealthiest person in the world, he pays his employees low wages and doesn’t provide them with adequate benefits. Thousands of employees have reported being monitored for performance down to the second and being penalized for taking a single bathroom break.

This shows that he values his own profits over the well-being of his workers. It’s clear that billionaires view the rest of us as nothing more than a means to an end – a way to increase their own wealth and power. If we truly value equality and justice in our society, we need to hold these billionaires accountable for their actions and demand better treatment for all people, regardless of their socioeconomic status.

How is that related to abortion?

Most anti-abortion campaigns are funded by billionaire donors. Regardless of your personal position on the issue, the fact is that most “anti abortion” messages come directly from these billionaires who are so concerned about “the population”.

For some examples, the ‘Susan B. Anthony List’ and the ‘Charlotte Lozier Institute’, two organizations that lobby for anti-abortion legislation, have received millions of dollars in funding from the Koch brothers and other wealthy donors. This highlights how billionaires are using their wealth and power to influence policy and further their own agendas, regardless of the impact it may have on women’s rights and reproductive health. It’s important to recognize how these billionaires are using their money to manipulate public opinion and infringe on the rights of individuals.

How would billionaires like the Koch brothers benefit from making abortion illegal? Well think about the products that they sell. The Koch brothers sell products used by the entire population, including various consumer goods, chemicals, and energy resources. By making abortion illegal, they benefit from an increase in the overall population, leading to greater demand for their products and services. This growth in the consumer base would contribute to higher profits for their businesses. Additionally, supporting anti-abortion policies helps them gain favor with certain political groups or demographics, furthering their influence and strengthening their political connections.

And the larger the population, the more of a workplace they have to exploit in factories that pay abysmal wages, such as a paper mill in Camas, Washington, where employees claimed they were denied meal breaks and overtime pay.

It’s not a moral issue for these billionaires. They also aggressively lobby against funding for other ways to reduce abortion. They don’t want governments to provide a comprehensive sex-education that has been proven to reduce teen pregnancy. They don’t want to reduce abortions – they want a large, controllable population that they can exploit.

Aren’t billionaires charitable?

But what about their “charitable pledges”? These billionaires pledge to donate all their money to charity after they die. Except these charities have their names on them and are directed and managed by their children and friends. It’s important to take a closer look at these so-called “charitable pledges” made by billionaires. While it may seem generous to donate all of one’s wealth to charity, often these pledges are just a way to avoid paying taxes and maintaining control over their wealth even after their death.

In many cases, these charities are not independent organizations but instead are run by the billionaire’s family and friends. This means that the billionaire still has control over how their money is spent and can use it to further their own interests and agenda.

Furthermore, even when these billionaires do donate to legitimate charities, it’s important to question their underlying motives. Are they truly giving to make a positive impact on the world, or are they simply trying to improve their public image and reputation?

Charitable giving should not be used as a way for billionaires to continue hoarding wealth and power while pretending to be generous. Instead, we should focus on creating a more equitable society in which all people have access to basic necessities like healthcare, education, and affordable housing. Only then can we truly address the root causes of poverty and inequality instead of just treating the symptoms.

Your Body Is Their Property

So this is how it relates to abortion rights. These ultra-wealthy folks act like anyone poor is simply meant to act as a slave for them to extra wealth from. When they see people taking control of their own destinies, they are upset. Abortions don’t help them grow a population to extort.

What can we do?

Pass windfall wealth taxes: One major step towards holding billionaires accountable for their actions and redistributing the wealth to benefit society at large is to pass windfall wealth taxes. This would entail taxing the ultra-wealthy at a higher rate than the rest of the population in order to address the wealth gap. By imposing such taxes, we can help fund public services and programs that benefit everyone, regardless of their socioeconomic status. These programs could include universal healthcare, free college education, affordable housing, and more. It’s time for billionaires to pay their fair share and contribute to society, not just to their own bottom line. And it’s time for us to demand change and hold our elected officials accountable for implementing policies that benefit the many, not just the few.

Change copyright laws: While unconventional in the way it relates to the ultra-wealthy, it should be noted that copyrights last for 70 years after the death of the author. But these rights almost never end up solely benefiting the families and heirs of creative types, instead they are gobbled up by conglomerates and mega-corporations who then extort these works for decades to the benefit of billionaire shareholders. Laws should limit the ability of major corporations to abuse copyrights. The same thing with patent laws.

Invest in an infrastructure that benefits everyone: With higher taxes on the wealthy, we can reinvest into wind and solar power that will reduce energy prices and improve the air we breath. Investing in infrastructure that benefits everyone includes initiatives like expanding access to public transportation, investing in renewable energy sources like wind and solar power, and promoting affordable and sustainable housing options. These are all areas that can improve the quality of life for all members of society, regardless of their socioeconomic status. By investing in these areas, we can reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, combat climate change, and create a more sustainable future. Additionally, initiatives like these can create new jobs and stimulate economic growth. It’s time to prioritize the needs of the many over the interests of the few, and that means investing in infrastructure that benefits everyone.


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