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Saturday, January 20, 2007

Worst Fears

On November 10, 2006, I posted an article titled: The impact of abortion on our moral values in politics and society. The post wound up with 32 comments.

In that post, one of the arguments I made was that abortion has diminished the value of human life. These remorseless killings are no longer shocking to society, because after being immersed by it for over thirty years, we have become numbed to it. This violence against unborn children, I stated back then, goes against our built-in instincts to protect our innocent offspring. And I believe that it is human nature to worsen our activities, to always take what we do to the next level. If aborting during the first timester is fine, why not during the second trimester. If a fetus is not technically a child, then anytime it is in the womb it must not be a baby, even if it can survive on the outside. Right?

It sickens me that now partial-birth abortions, and even post-birth abortions, are being performed in our world.

However, this article is not, technically, about abortion. It is about a disturbing article I received from a friend of mine titled: Murder to Order.

I am troubled by the emergence of Stem Cell Research as much as I am abortion. I am even more troubled by the fact that there are politicians trying to enable government funding for such projects -- in essence, using tax dollars that I paid from my hard earned dollars to fund something I am so against.

I've heard the argument. A cure for Parkinson's disease is more important than discarded embryos, and the embryos have no chance to become babies anyway, and adult stem cells are being researched into, etc, etc, etc.

Remember what I said about it being human nature to always take our actions to the next level?

In the Ukraine, according to the article linked above, the stem cell capital of the world is butchering healthy new born babies to feed the flourishing international trade in stem cells. And this practice is not isolated to only the Ukraine. Baby snatching in maternity wards is on the rise, and according to the BBC, it seems that the business of stem cell research has produced this practice with its ever-growing need for more and more healthy stem cells.

And even worse, these dead babies in the Ukraine were dismembered in that facility. These poor little bodies were ripped apart so that the doctors could harvest stem cells from the bone marrow.

Unborn children aren't technically human, argues Pro-Choicers. The lefties in California are pushing a bill to make spanking a child under four years of age a criminal offense, yet these very same people support abortion and embryonic stem cell research. It doesn't matter to them if it has been proven that an unborn child feels, reacts, and is a complete (though immature) human being. A woman's choice, and the progress of science, has become more important than a child's opportunity for life.

When will they start to grow these babies into older people before harvesting their organs and cells? When will the next line be crossed? When will we finally realize how precious our children are again?

And why must these Ukrainian doctors wait until babies are born before taking their stem cells? Why must they butcher these babies in the interest of science?

Because embryonic stem cells are unusable. Stem Cells taken from immature fetuses tend to become tumors when injected into subjects. Science is no closer to a cure of any disease than the day they came up with this theoretical idea of stem cells. And the stem cells are more stable in the late stages of pregnancy, or in the infant stages, during periods of life that even the most staunch pro-choicer must admit is survivable by the child, at which time it becomes straight out, un-arguably, murder.

If we keep allowing these scientists to continue to convince everyone that it is okay to kill babies in order to search for a cure for diseases that is still only in a theoretical stage, and hasn't produced any results except failures and tumors, it won't be long before killing newborn babies to harvest non-tumor-forming stem cells will become common place in America as well.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

In the Ukraine, according to the article linked above, the stem cell capital of the world is butchering healthy new born babies to feed the flourishing international trade in stem cells. And this practice is not isolated to only the Ukraine.

Satan sitting there he's smiling. While people sink lower and lower in the scum of their own evil.

What is this that stands before me?
Figure in black which points at me
Turn around quick, and start to run
Find out I'm the chosen one
Oh nooo!
Big black shape with eyes of fire
Telling people their desire
Satan's sitting there, he's smiling
Watches those flames get higher and higher
Oh no, no, please God help me!
Is it the end, my friend?
Satan's coming 'round the bend
people running 'cause they're scared
The people better go and beware!

From Artist:Ozzie Osborne Band Name:Black Sabbath Song Name:Black Sabbath First Song On The Black Sabbath First Album.

Douglas V. Gibbs said...

whew, you concerned me there, only Ozzie, I thought the churning had begun - - - thanks Night Rider, but what did you think of the article?

Douglas V. Gibbs said...

Ah, you used this post on your own site, you must like it, and that pic of Pelosi is priceless - and suddenly the Ozzie lyrics comes into understanding.

Anonymous said...

Hi Doug,

I thought that your post is wonderful however I think that this information is a sign of the end times a coming shortly.

Anonymous said...

I think it's immoral to equate a fetus with a born human being.

A parent ought to know that the death of, say, a ten year old is a greater tragedy than a miscarriage.

Anonymous said...

M K? HUH? Apples and oranges dear!

Anonymous said...

Not if you consider a fetus equal to a born human.

All of a sudden it's apples and oranges to you?

Anonymous said...

33 Years ago January 22nd The day when Demoncrats started putting human babies on their menu.

Anonymous said...

Rider, if you can't tell the difference between a fetus and a baby, you need to take a jr. high "health" class.

If you can't tell the difference between a pregnancy and motherhood, you need a sex education course as well.

Do you eqate a miscarriage with the death of a ten year old? If you do, I think that's immoral.

And if you think abortion is murder, then you must consider me a murderer.

Anonymous said...

mudkitty

You are the one who is immoral.
That is a baby a fetus is just a made up word to describe a baby. Babies all come from the womb just as you did. They are all human that comes from the human womb Period.

This article does not describe miscarriages it describes abortions and mutilating babies. That is what the Liberals do they mutilate Babies. They are all Murderers period.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry you can't tell the difference between a zygote and an embryo and a fetus...and that you equate them to born individuals. I'm sorry about that.

So you think an abortion is equal to the death of an eight year old, or five year old or ten year old? You really think that? You really think they are equal tragedies?

So - since you think I'm a murderer, do you think I deserve the death penalty? Rider?

Gunny John said...

Odd that anyone who claims to be a rational adult views an outcry over killing unborn children as immoral. Odd, but not surprising in some cases.

"Equal tragedies?" Depends on who you ask. Obviously, you'd get a different answer if you asked the mother of the ten year old, and the "mother" that agreed to butcher her unborn child. Equal to whom? Murder is murder. Which life should the law, and our moral standards, place more value on? The love of the parents, and the fact that they would be heartbroken over the loss of their ten year old is much different than what that ten year old, or an unborn child, could have achieved in life, or was deprived of by being murdered.

Semper Fi Mom said...

Excellent post and very disturbing. I have 5 children and each of them was as precious before birth as they are today.

Anonymous said...

mudkitty

Nope I pitty you mudkitty that you can't see what human life is.

Nope mudkitty I am not judging you or sentencing you but God will.

Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight Rider...you think I'm a murderer, but you don't think I deserve the death penalty? If not, why not?

Nor do you care if I end up in hell for all eternity.

Have I got that right, Rider? I wouldn't want to misrepresent you, or mischaracterize you.

Semper 5 - and if you had a miscarriage tomorrow, would that be an equal tragedy to an untimely death of one of your 5 children? And, do you think I'm a murderer because I had an abortion?

Jarhead - do you think I'm a murderer? And if so, do you think I deserve the death penalty, and if not, why not?

Anonymous said...

BTW - I just want to inform everyone, that at the time of the writing of our United States Constitution, abortion was legal.

Anonymous said...

Doug. Do you think I'm a murderer? And if so, do you think I deserve the death penalty? And if not, why not?

At the very least, by your definition of murder, judging by your essay, I am the contractor of a murder? Am I not?

Anonymous said...

mudkitty

You are wrong, at the time of the writing of our United States Constitution abortion was not legal.

So let me get this straight Rider...you think I'm a murderer, but you don't think I deserve the death penalty? If not, why not?

Because it is legal in our land now. But that doesn't mean that it is legal in Gods eyes and he will be the final judge of everyone.

Nor do you care if I end up in hell for all eternity.

I care, but you have to make the decision to change. You have to repent to God and ask his forgiveness if you want to change.

But all that is up to you, not up to me or Doug or anyone else.

Anonymous said...

Rider, name one statute against abortion from the time of the inception of the Constitution. Infact, I dare you to name the day that abortion became illegal in this country.

And you still won't answer if, since you think abortion is murder, should I, in your eyes, be entitled to recieve the death penalty?

Just answer the question. If abortion is murder, am I not a murderer? And if I am a murderer, do I not deserve the death penalty. These are straightforward questions. If you really believe abortion is murder, then am I a murderer, and do I therefore deserve the death penalty?

Anonymous said...

I'm not asking about punishment in the next life, I'm asking about punishment in this life.

Anonymous said...

mudkitty,

The fact that it didn't become legal until Jan 22 of 1972 that statement alone means that it was not legal until then.

You really need to learn a bit how our system of justice works.

Yes you should, but I am not going to enforce that.

Anonymous said...

There's no law that says it's legal to eat corn flakes for breakfast, does that mean it's been illegal all along?

*****

You're not answering my question Rider. Nor is anyone else.

The question is, if abortion is murder, than am I a murderer, and if you think I'm a murderer, do you think I deserve the death penalty?

I venture to say, that if you all had your way, I'd get the death penalty.

And Rider - you really need to know how our justice system works. No act is illegal unless there are statutes enumerating what those illegal acts are. Otherwise, you can just haul in someone to jail for anything that's not on the books. Really Rider.

*****

So kids... can you name the first anti-abortion statute in the United States? Can you name the first person prosecuted under those statutes in the United States. (Just a lil ole history lesson for y'all.)

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