Genocide has become the law of the land since 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, the US Abortion report 61,061,720 abortions. Now, New York State passed the Reproductive Health Act (RHA), which allows life termination of a developing infant be made available to women essentially on demand up to the point of birth. The RHA will also decriminalize abortion, moving it from the state’s criminal code to the public-health code. Pam Embler Ph.D. and RN reports:

“Repealing Section 4164 of the public health law legally excludes New York State from reporting “live aborted” death statistics. Live aborted death refers to any induced pregnancy for abortion that results in a live viable birth (24 weeks and after) no longer receiving resuscitative support – the baby is left to die, albeit medicated for comfort. The problem here is that the Reproductive Health Act now extends to a healthy live aborted baby through the repeal of Section 4164.”

For those practitioners of the death dogma, viable is defined as applicable infanticide. Since these executioners want protection in the law so that they can continue their slaughter, they must never admit that a living human being is alive, at any time, in the womb. Crushing the skull of the baby once the infant has been delivered from the uterus of the mother is unequivocal murder by the universal standards of any virtuous civilization.

Read the article that concludes that society has a serious Planned Parenthood: You got a serious thinking disorder. Need proof, just ponder the disregard for life in the latest House Democrats Once Again Block Bill Protecting Infants Born Alive After Abortion.

“The move to protect infants born alive after abortion comes after Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) made some surprising remarks about leaving infants to die after birth.”

“It’s done in cases where there may be severe deformities, there may be a fetus that’s nonviable,” Northam told WTOP regarding third trimester abortions. “So in this particular example, if a mother’s in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered, the infant would be kept comfortable, the infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother.” 

This obscenely incongruous position offers no rebuttal to the infanticide condemnation. The historic benchmark for, When does life begin? is based upon scientific agreement: Life begins at conception. Here are five vital signs of life in the womb.

  1. Heartbeat: Modern technology can detect the baby’s heart 18 days after conception — about 4 days after most women miss a period and begin to suspect they are pregnant. It can be seen to beat by day 22. Between conception and birth, the heart beats approximately 54 million times!
  2. Brain waves: By 6 weeks and 2 days from conception, signals from the brain can be detected.
  3. Independent movement: Although a pregnant woman does not feel movement for at least another 8-10 weeks, the embryo begins to spontaneously move between 5-6 weeks.
  4. Senses: By 8 weeks and 2 days, touching the embryo will elicit squinting, jaw movement, grasping motions, and toe pointing.
  5. Breathing: The embryo can hiccup by 7 weeks. The diaphragm muscle is completely formed by 8 weeks and intermittent breathing motions begin.

What is viewed as Pro-Life, en pro de vida is the only rational certitude that strips subjective opinion and narcissistic hubris of convenience from the sacred nature of life itself. When any society or civilization can dismiss a vigorous defense of the sanctity in all human life, the consequences ultimately lead to a culture of death. What starts with legalizing all-inclusive abortion, extends into accepting the inhuman attitude of mass ethnic cleansing. Remember that ignominious interview that should shock all peoples, 500,000 Dead Children Haunt Madeleine Albright.

Jacob G. Hornberger writes,

“How can the deaths of half-a-million children ever be worth anything? What could possibly be so important as to cause a person to conclude that the deaths of half-a-million children were “worth it”? What’s absolutely fascinating is that the Los Angeles Times editorial board and its op-ed writer, Meghan Daum, seem to have little sense of moral outrage over all this. They don’t seem to view the conscious killing of the Iraqi children with the sanctions to be murder. They seem to consider it as just another public-policy controversy — a matter of political opinion.”

Isn’t this callous attitude towards life even a greater sin not only because the number of abortions in the U.S. are more than ten times the Iraqi slaughter but that these murders are protected by some perverted moral rationalization that it is a woman’s right to choose? Somehow debating the politics of foreign carnage is a routine exercise; while challenging the butchery of a woman’s child is the supreme taboo that requires political protection.

Females (yes, those biological reproducers) that decide to abort their babies get a pass for practicing murder. Medical doctors, nurses and physicians are following in the footpath of Kermit Gosnell. And NYS politicians who voted for the New Abortion Law Allows Man Who Killed Pregnant Girlfriend to Get Away With Death of Unborn Child are accessories in the slaying of created life.

“Realization of the impact of the law has generated outrage over the fact that offenders can get away with killing the unborn, even if the child’s mother wanted to keep the baby.

This “means it’s open season on pregnant women in New York,” Dennis Poust of the New York State Catholic Conference told the Post.

“With New York’s law, we’re saying you can take a life and escape any punishment,” also remarked Assemblyman Brian Manktelow, R-Wayne County. “How as a society can you allow that to happen?”

This nation has accepted a doomed depravity that ignores the last remnants of righteousness. If tens of millions of aborted souls are tolerable, surely waging a catastrophic nuclear world war is no longer unthinkable. So much for the “Safe, Legal, Rare” illusion.

SARTRE – February 19, 2019







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