Skip to comments.Post-Natal Abortions?!?
Posted on 02/08/2010 2:37:52 PM PST by marcbold
Post-natal abortions are a logical extension of the culture of death. Why should birth be a demarcation when conception is not?
What kills me is how those supporting euthanasia couch their horrors in terms of mercy.
Radio Free Europe reports:
The Russian mother of a child with a developmental disability wants to sue a journalist who suggested killing babies with genetic diseases. RFERL's Russian Service reports from Moscow.
In late December, Snezhana Mitina received a tearful phone call from her friend Svetlana. Sobbing, Svetlana explained she had just read a newspaper article calling for babies with mental disabilities to be killed at birth.
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Yeah...I saw a comedy once that mentioned a mother asking about aborting her 12 year old son......is that what this is about?
The precipice of the slippery slope leads to this....
Next will be people considered “dumb or ignorant” by the state.
Next will be your average “tax paying unit”.
What kills me is how those supporting euthanasia couch their horrors in terms of mercy. <<<<
Because Satan comes as an angel of light!!!
These guys are way behind the curve: Princeton philosopher Peter Singer has been advocating what are in effect post-natal abortions for years.
“...and I will kill thee and love thee after...”
Othello, Act V, Scene 2 (Shakespeare)
In this scene, Othello addresses his sleeping innocent wife Desdemona - whom he claims to love beyond measure - before he encourages her to make peace with God so that he can smother her to death out of his selfish sense of justice and happiness. Othello soon regrets his actions when he realizes how unjust and sorrowful the killing was - and how others around him misled him to question Desdemona’s innocence and love.
Othello to the sleeping Desdemona: ...Be thus when thou art dead and I will kill thee And love thee after. (kissing her) One more, and thats the last. So sweet was ne’er so fatal. I must weep, But they are cruel tears. This sorrows heavenly, It strikes where it doth love...
[In contemporary English: ...If youre this beautiful when youre dead, Ill kill you and then love you afterward. (kissing her) One more, and this is the last. Such a sweet kiss was never so deadly. I have to cry, but I have to be cruel too. Im acting like God in the Old TestamentI have to punish the one I love...]
Singer needs to be in a secure Psych unit somewhere.
Ironically, the following story just came out today.
Msgr. Schooyans pointed to the example of how aborting children with serious deformities is often viewed as an act of compassion, not only for the child, but also for the parents and society who would bear the "burden" of the child's existence.
Following that same train of thought, "compassion can also be extended to abortion doctors. To carry out an abortion is for them - it is said -a 'decision difficult to take' and an act they perform purely in obedience to their conscience, the Belgian scholar wrote.
In these examples where compassion is invoked, Msgr. Schooyans noted that it has an ambiguous meaning that is applied very differently depending on whether it creates a victim, the unborn child, or is intended to relieve the mother, justify laws or endorse medical intervention."
Ping to my post #9
We have seen this before, and not that long ago. Soon there will be calls for killing the feeble minded as they are a burden on society.
Come to think of it, some well known talk show host hinted at that about Haiti not long ago.
Satan took the world down this road 70 years ago and was probably quite pleased at the results (over 20 million dead and much of Europe and Asia in ruins), there is no reason to think he won’t find others to keep pushing his agenda.
This is the next logical eugenics step
Kill the unborn, then the old born ten the imperfectly born then the born with “problem “ DNA
When God is removed from the conception man thinks he is god
My husband used to joke to the kids abortion should be legal until age 21.
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