Abortion and the Escape From Reason

EMILY’S ABORTION VIDEO from Emily Letts on Vimeo.


“I talk to women all the time and they’re like, ‘Of course everyone feels bad about this. Of course everyone’s gonna feel guilty.’ It’s a given how people should feel about this, that what they’re doing is wrong. But I don’t feel like a bad person. I don’t feel sad. I feel in awe of the fact that I can make a baby. I can make a life. I knew that what I was gonna do was right. Because it was right for me and no one else.”

Emily acknowledges that her unborn child was “a life” but suppresses any hint of remorse for taking that life. Here is her argument: 1) I can make a life. 2) taking that life was right for me and no one else (especially her child). 3) Therefore, If it feels right to you, taking an innocent life is morally virtuous. (?!?)

There seems to be a breakdown in basic reasoning skills in the post postmodern generation.

See: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/advice/health/why-i-filmed-my-abortion

Richard Dawkins’ Horrid Devaluation of Human Life

By Cris Putnam

We are seeing a strong push in academic and scientific circles to dehumanize mankind. Of course, this opens the door to bizarre experimentation, eugenics, and the transhumanist project. However, the arguments put forth by the alleged intelligentsia are logically fallacious. Let’s unpack Oxford Zoologist Richard Dawkins assertion that a human fetus is actually less human than a swine by way of analogy to a more basic organism, the pine tree.
When does a pine cone become a pine tree? You might answer it becomes a proper tree when it roots and sprouts up from the ground and that seems fair but no one argues it was not a pine until it took root and sprouted. It was always a pine in immature form. It can only become a mature pine tree. It cannot become an oak or a maple, only a pine. But young or old, it’s always a pine. It’s  is not a matter of personal opinion rather scientific reality. When we get down to it, “cone” doesn’t describe what a thing is, in a sense; it describes the stage of growth of that particular thing it is not just a cone rather a “pine cone.” It’s kind of like asking what is a toddler?  Because a toddler isn’t an individual unique organism, like there is a particular kind of being called a toddler. Rather, we use the term toddler as a description for the stage of development of a human being. It is a human being at a young age. A pine cone is pine tree at a certain age. And a fetus is a human being at a certain age. Richard Dawkins statement is absurd but it is demonstrative of the monstrous worldview being promoted in the scientific community.  This undergirds the ongoing abortion holocaust in the name of easy sex but we expect it will lead to unimaginable atrocities in the biotech realm as their calloused conscience’s are increasingly emboldened by such sophmoric argumentation.