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Abortion, the leading cause of deaths worldwide in 2019

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Of course, first, a happy new year!

However, as we ponder the cultural consequences of inherently amoral evolutionary materialistic scientism, the following clip should give us pause:

>>More human beings died in abortions than any other cause of death in 2019, a new report indicates.

A heartbreaking reminder about the prevalence of abortion, statistics compiled by Worldometers indicate that there were over 42.3 million abortions world-wide in 2019. The independent site collects data from governments and other reputable organizations and then reports the data, along with estimates and projections, based on those numbers.

When contrasting the abortion numbers to other causes of death, including cancer, HIV/AIDS, traffic accidents and suicide, abortions far outnumbered every other cause.

By contrast, 8.2 million people died from cancer in 2019, 5 million from smoking, 13 million from disease, and 1.7 million died of HIV/AIDS. Deaths by malaria and alcohol are also recorded.

Worldometers estimates about 58.6 million deaths world-wide in 2019, but that number does not include unborn babies’ abortion deaths. Unborn babies are not recognized as human beings even though biology indicates that they are unique, living human beings from the moment of conception and they die brutal, violent deaths in abortions.>>

Francis Schaeffer often pointed out, that ideas have consequences. In this case, such were pointed out long since — c 360 BC — by Plato in The Laws, Bk X:

>>Ath [in The Laws, Bk X 2,350+ ya]. . . . [The avant garde philosophers and poets, c. 360 BC] say that fire and water, and earth and air [i.e the classical “material” elements of the cosmos], all exist by nature and chance, and none of them by art . . . [such that] all that is in the heaven, as well as animals and all plants, and all the seasons come from these elements, not by the action of mind, as they say, or of any God, or from art, but as I was saying, by nature and chance only [ –> that is, evolutionary materialism is ancient and would trace all things to blind chance and mechanical necessity] . . . . [Thus, they hold] that the principles of justice have no existence at all in nature, but that mankind are always disputing about them and altering them; and that the alterations which are made by art and by law have no basis in nature, but are of authority for the moment and at the time at which they are made.-

[ –> Relativism, too, is not new; complete with its radical amorality rooted in a worldview that has no foundational IS that can ground OUGHT, leading to an effectively arbitrary foundation only for morality, ethics and law: accident of personal preference, the ebbs and flows of power politics, accidents of history and and the shifting sands of manipulated community opinion driven by “winds and waves of doctrine and the cunning craftiness of men in their deceitful scheming . . . ” cf a video on Plato’s parable of the cave; from the perspective of pondering who set up the manipulative shadow-shows, why.]

These, my friends, are the sayings of wise men, poets and prose writers, which find a way into the minds of youth. They are told by them that the highest right is might,

[ –> Evolutionary materialism — having no IS that can properly ground OUGHT — leads to the promotion of amorality on which the only basis for “OUGHT” is seen to be might (and manipulation: might in “spin”) . . . ]

and in this way the young fall into impieties, under the idea that the Gods are not such as the law bids them imagine; and hence arise factions [ –> Evolutionary materialism-motivated amorality “naturally” leads to continual contentions and power struggles influenced by that amorality at the hands of ruthless power hungry nihilistic agendas], these philosophers inviting them to lead a true life according to nature, that is,to live in real dominion over others [ –> such amoral and/or nihilistic factions, if they gain power, “naturally” tend towards ruthless abuse and arbitrariness . . . they have not learned the habits nor accepted the principles of mutual respect, justice, fairness and keeping the civil peace of justice, so they will want to deceive, manipulate and crush — as the consistent history of radical revolutions over the past 250 years so plainly shows again and again], and not in legal subjection to them [–> nihilistic will to power not the spirit of justice and lawfulness]. >>

We cannot say, we were not warned in good time. Let us heed warning signs and turn back from going over the cliff’s edge:

It is time to turn back. END

PS: Let us hope that this year’s annual march for life will not be targeted for another agit prop street theatre incident and media lynching.

42 Replies to “Abortion, the leading cause of deaths worldwide in 2019

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    kairosfocus says:

    Abortion, the leading cause of deaths worldwide in 2019, 42+ millions. Let us turn back from the brink.

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    Fasteddious says:

    I have been saying the same locally, on and off, for years, and the truth is simply ignored.

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    Seversky says:

    Women Now Have As Many Miscarriages As Abortions

    I agree that we should find ways to minimize abortions as I believe the right to life should extend to the earliest stages of an individual’s development. Presumably, you would also agree that you should ask your God if He couldn’t do something about the faulty human reproductive system He designed. How many lives has that cost humanity over the millennia?

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    EDTA says:

    Sev @ 3,

    Doesn’t this go back to the argument against God (or aspects of his nature) from faulty design? I think we’ve covered that one here at length.

    But if you want to pursue that, you would need to demonstrate that the current reproductive system is identical to the original, and that it is operating in an identical environment to the original. Then you’d have a good case. If those two premises can’t be justified, then the argument won’t work.

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    Ed George says:

    I am all for taking steps to significantly reduce abortion rates. Early and non-judgmental sex education, removing the nonsense about masturbation being a sin, ready access to birth control and how to use it, factual (not scare tactics) about STDs, the benefits of abstinence, improved support for women who find themselves with an unwanted pregnancy..

    The US could make a huge step in reducing abortion rates by simply providing a reasonable level of paid maternity leave. At present it guarantees 12 weeks of unpaid leave. Canada guarantees 18 months of paid leave. This is reflected in the higher abortion rates in the US, even though they are much more difficult to obtain depending on the state.

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    kairosfocus says:

    EG, your start-point is wrong, boiling down to enabling grooming under colour of education in sexuality will help us solve rather than compound, the problem. The issue is sound ethics, and moral training starting with the first duties and first principles of sound reason. In which context, the first right is life; without life, there is no one there to have further rights. In that contexts facts of biology and of puberty etc can be taught effectively and soundly without grooming. KF

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    BobRyan says:

    Far too many people see human features, but see something other than human beings. National Socialists saw everyone not white as less than human, and some even less so than others. They were eugenicists who looked through the prism of race. Slave owners, which still exist today, do not see slaves as human beings, but something far less. Those who support abortion have the same mindset, since there is nothing human to them about an unborn child. During the last census, it was discovered more black children were aborted than born and the silence from Democrats had been deafening.

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    kairosfocus says:

    Sev, you compare apples with manchineel death-apples; which look like small apples and I am told, smell and taste like apples at the first (and are exceptions to the if it’s natural and sweet it’s non-poisonous rule); until they start to tingle and burn caustically, even rain dripping off the tree is caustic. A miscarriage is a natural death, an abortion is willfully imposed death of the ultimately innocent. There is no legitimate comparison. KF

    PS: As for, it’s God’s fault that we may die, from womb on, that is a non-starter.

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    kairosfocus says:

    BR, it is often worse, they see yes human but deny that rights inherently exist, beyond might makes right . . . including, might in manipulation. Misanthropy and nihilism result as we have seen with too many radical revolutions. KF

    PS: If you deny the humanity of slaves, how is it that you can have children with them? That is a direct refutation.

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    kairosfocus says:

    FE, that studious ignoring is telling. Where, on a simple 40 year ramp model we see the toll 800+ million since the 70’s, and on the reported more or less plateau since the 90’s, the statistical 1.4 billions mounting at about a million more per week, is plausible. This is by far and away the worst holocaust in history and we, our generation, are implicated. Where, there is nothing so morally corrosive as mass blood guilt. Literally, only God can cleanse blood guilt. KF

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    BobRyan says:

    Kairosfocus

    Socialists, Marxists, Communists, whichever they happen to call themselves, have no value in truth. We are nothing more than animals and the population needs to be culled. They believe there are too many of our species and don’t care how a reduction happens.

    DDT was targeted for saving human lives and it did not matter that there had never been a study to show any negative effect on anything not intended for its creation. Millions of human lives in Africa were saved, which means DDT had to be banned at all costs. They relied on a rigged study to accomplish this and very few African countries have access to DDT today.

    The ends will always justify the means.

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    kairosfocus says:

    BR, I suggest, not all of those and others on other ends of the ideological spectrum. The core issue is that evolutionary materialism dressed up in the lab coat has undermined morality, as Plato warned against 2360 years ago now. KF

    PS: On DDT, there has been a question of damaging ecological impacts and of course, insects have built up significant immunity, as is happening in the race between bacteria and antibiotics.

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    ET says:

    Acartia Eddie:

    Early and non-judgmental sex education, removing the nonsense about masturbation being a sin, ready access to birth control and how to use it, factual (not scare tactics) about STDs, the benefits of abstinence, improved support for women who find themselves with an unwanted pregnancy..

    We have all of that in the USA and it isn’t helping.

    The US could make a huge step in reducing abortion rates by simply providing a reasonable level of paid maternity leave.

    The two have nothing to do with each other

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    ET says:

    seversky the clueless:

    Presumably, you would also agree that you should ask your God if He couldn’t do something about the faulty human reproductive system He designed.

    Umm, no one designed the reproductive systems of today. The reproductive systems of today are the result of genetic entropy.

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    Silver Asiatic says:

    Seversky

    Presumably, you would also agree that you should ask your God if He couldn’t do something about the faulty human reproductive system He designed.

    Asking. hmmm – I think I’m hearing something … oh yes …

    “The sins of people like Seversky caused damage to the entire cosmos including harm to the reproductive system. I am hoping he, and the millions others like him, will repent and atone, and thus help restore and repair the order, health and peace that should exist in earth, as I wanted it.”

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    TAMMIE LEE HAYNES says:

    I figure this
    1) We should secure the inalienable rights of all persons.
    2) We should provide equal protection of the laws for all persons.
    Anyone disagree?
    If so,please tell us why.

    If you agree, then remember, that requires that we need to treat the parties involved in an abortion like we treat other premeditated murderers,
    with either mandatory life imprisonment, or where called for, under the law, the death penalty.
    Anything else denies the equality of all before the law.

    Now I figure this.
    Life imprisonment and the death penalty will discourage murder,
    even more than “early and non-judgmental sex education, removing the nonsense about masturbation being a sin, ready access to birth control and how to use it, factual (not scare tactics) about STDs, and blah blah blah”
    What do you guys figure?

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    Ed George says:

    TLH, correct me if I am wrong, but you are advocating for life in prison or the death sentence for all women who have an abortion.

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    BobRyan says:

    Kairosfocus

    DDT was never proven to have any harmful impact on anything, other than insects. When Rachel Carson did her study, she had to rig the results. She could find no link between DDT and any negative effect on birds. Rather than admit DDT was not harmful, she deprived birds of calcium and it resulted in a softening of the shells of eggs that were later produced. She claimed DDT caused the softening, but she guaranteed the results. DDT has no calcium in it and she knew exactly what she was going to get when she purposely deprived birds of calcium.

    According to an article published in sciencemag.org:

    Luck may not run out quite as fast as many fear. Although resistance to pyrethroids is widespread, its impact on public health is still unclear. Even though a mosquito may survive a dose of an insecticide, the chemical may weaken it in some way. And the genes needed for resistance may take their own toll, perhaps by shortening a mosquito’s life span. If the insect survives for fewer than 14 days, the malaria parasites won’t have enough time to mature to the stage where they can infect humans, says Matthew Thomas, an entomologist at Pennsylvania State University, University Park. “There is some evidence to show that things like that can happen,” Thomas says.

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/10/after-40-years-most-important-weapon-against-mosquitoes-may-be-failing

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    kairosfocus says:

    BR,

    I clip the article (2016 date) on resistance:

    The world still relies on the same class of insecticides, known as pyrethroids, as it did in 1977. Now, in part because of that neglect, these compounds may be nearing the end of their useful lives as mosquitoes develop resistance to them at alarming rates, and there is little in the pipeline to replace them. “If we don’t do something about this very quickly, we have a public health catastrophe on our hands,” Hemingway says.

    I note, the infographic just below.

    Whether or not there was experimental misbehaviour 50+ years ago, we have a resistance challenge. One, I recall, being pointed out in National Geographic when I was a child, i.e. they knew there was a problem to deal with — just as for antibiotics folks.

    KF

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    kairosfocus says:

    TLH & EG:

    I find, it is interesting to see the rhetorical pounce above. That tells me a lot about areas of conspicuous silence here at UD. Such as, EG, you need to justify the assumption that the 4-state algorithmic digital code in the heart of the cell is either not really a machine code [not likely] or else that such language applications can and do by observation come about by blind chance and/or mechanical necessity [even less likely].

    Now on the exchange.

    First, there is a difference between moral murder and what a state may reasonably prosecute. Just as how, in 1917, the French found it unreasonable to put to death half their army for mutiny, or even most of those who emerged as leaders. I would argue that, by resort to decimation [the old Roman punishment for a unit convicted of cowardice] they went beyond reason. Notice, the German General Staff found it prudent to keep quiet lest THEIR troops join in the mutiny . . . where, the next year, the order to take the High Seas Fleet on a death ride, Jutland II, led to the mutiny that broke Germany. Not to mention, 1917 saw the revolution and coup that broke Russia. All of these came after the double slaughters at Verdun and on the Somme in 1916 backed by a futile sea clash marked by three exploding British Battlecruisers. And I argue, 1917 set up 1940 and beyond.

    The abortion holocaust has created widespread blood guilt and guilt of enabling that has corrupted key institutions, professions, education, the law and more. Our civilisation is — in the words of the White Rose — guilty, guilty, guilty. It is repentance, reconciliation and forgiveness we need, leading to reformation.

    Just as with slavery and its kidnapping based trade.

    That is going to take a spiritual awakening and a shift in conscience and consciousness. Such a paradigm shift cannot happen overnight; it is the sort of thing that moves forward one funeral at a time. Which, BTW, is precisely what is behind the current US shenanigans with star chamber courts and perversion of investigatory powers of Congress into an attempted show trial and kangaroo court. The US Supreme court is at tipping point and the 2016 election has the signature of a peasant uprising with a Constantine like figure as sponsor [and that’s no compliment at all . . . ]. The UK “we mean it” General Election just past is much the same.

    The tides are turning, and not only the necks of pols and deep state apparatchiks but also the credibility of the sold out media and magisterium in charge of education are on the line. Thus, the dirty fight, in the US having become bleeding Kansas lite, agit prop, media lynch mob and lawfare stage civil war. And, I don’t think the power brokers of holocaust and perversion [as well as pocket-lining] as usual have the sense to retire quietly and let change happen. They imagine they can turn back the tide.

    2020 is going to be a real mess.

    But through the storm, a better balance can emerge, but not without cost. And yes, I am alluding to Acts 27 and through it to Luke’s allusion to Plato’s ship of State parable, here. Today’s equivalent to the indefensible, genocidal, deeply corrupting and tainting slave trade is going down but it ain’t gonna be pretty or clean.

    KF

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    TAMMIE LEE HAYNES says:

    Ed George

    What I wrote was clear, and speaks for itself.
    All persons have a right to equal protection of the laws.
    Laws protect by the deterrence afforded by punishment. Ergo, punishments should apply to abortion as it does for other premeditated murder.

    Of course for some murderers the punishment may be lessened when coercion is involved, when insanity or mental incapacity is present, or when the murderer is a minor.

    How about yourself?
    Don’t you agree that all people should have equal protection of the laws?
    If you do, which do you call for?
    1) Giving those involved in an abortion life or the death penalty.
    2) Letting all murderers, such as drug gang hit men, off with a fine,
    3) Having judges decree that all murders, not just abortion, are a constitutional right?

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    Ed George says:

    TL

    Don’t you agree that all people should have equal protection of the laws?

    No.

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    kairosfocus says:

    EG, you may want to walk that back. Equal protection under just law implies due balance of rights, freedoms and duties. TLH, speaks to being equally protected as an ought, not a given. By the nature of finite, fallible, morally struggling and too often ill-willed humanity, such will always be an ideal that challenges reality leading to the issue of courts as a means of civil redress in preference to feuds. KF

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    kairosfocus says:

    TLH, some points of strict letter of law justice are not achievable in this life. I pointed out the French mutinies 1917 as a case where the strict letter of law would have been suicidal. I suggest, that given circumstances of abortion and of general violence in our civilisation, reconciliation and widespread change are needed, rather than an eye for an eye or the equivalent. KF

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    Ed George says:

    KF

    EG, you may want to walk that back.

    Why? People who have been convicted of crimes forfeit some of their legal protections. Early term fetuses do not have equal protection under the law.

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    TAMMIE LEE HAYNES says:

    Dear Ed George

    Thanks for your reply, but did you read the question?

    Here’s the question I asked:
    Don’t you agree that all people SHOULD have equal protection of the laws?
    You answered this: “No”

    I thought that was very candid, and a most reasonable answer for an atheist, given the unclear basis, if any, for atheists to hold to concepts like equality and morality. By contrast, us Christian Creationists, we hold that we are all children of God, and thus brothers and sisters, equally loved by Him. rom that equality and morality are obvious. Unhappily all of us are sinners and fail to follow our ideals.

    But your latest reply is strange.
    “Why? …………Early term fetuses do not have equal protection under the law”

    That is true, thanks to our courts.
    And it’s why we’ve killed 60 million unborn children, just in the USA.
    which is 10 times what the Fuhrer did.
    But it has nothing to do with my question
    My question wasn’t “DO” all people have equal protection of the law?
    It was SHOULD they have equal protection?

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    kairosfocus says:

    EG, convicts have not forfeited equal protection under law, they are held under penalty of law, supervised by courts of law. Crucial distinction. And of course, the acts under colour of law that rob unborn, living posterity of life at will are profoundly unjust and ruinous, as we see playing out. KF

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    kairosfocus says:

    TLH, the total Nazi holocaust was much bigger, maybe 7 million apart from the 6 million Jews. Add in the slaughter of Russians and we see another 20+ millions, though it overlaps; again overlapping, responsibility for a war that in Europe and neighbouring areas killed 40++ million; the toll in especially China goes on top of that. KF

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    Ed George says:

    TLH, I would agree that every human born should have equal protection under the law until the individual does something that could change than.

    A fetus complicates the issue. From conception till birth a fetus is completely dependent on one single individual. What happens when the legal protections of the mother conflict with the legal protections of the fetus?

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    ET says:

    Ed:

    Early term fetuses do not have equal protection under the law.

    An arbitrary law based on ignorance.

    From conception till birth a fetus is completely dependent on one single individual.

    That is false as that individual’s life is dependent on multiple people. And a new born baby is also dependent on multiple people.

    What happens when the legal protections of the mother conflict with the legal protections of the fetus?

    What happens when the legal protections of the mother conflict with the legal protections of the baby? Any mother that does anything to injure an unborn child suffers the consequences on the law. If someone murders a pregnant mother and the unborn child also dies, the criminal is charged with TWO counts of murder.

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    kairosfocus says:

    EG, your “every human born . . .” neatly side steps that as babes in the womb now are, so were we once. Resorting to Latin for baby does not get around the classic step of dehumanising and robbing of life. You are illustrating the problem and opening up a terrible cascade of precedents that turn on willfully inflicted deaths of the innocent as a “solution” to societal problems. Plato’s warning is again speaking truth as to where evolutionary materialism and fellow travellers end up: the nihilistic absurdity, “the highest right is might.” Let us turn back before it is too late. KF

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    TAMMIE LEE HAYNES says:

    Dear Ed George

    You wrote that “A fetus complicates the issue” (of equal protection of the laws.). That is false.

    With the fetus, you have a completely innocent defenseless human being. It is the first duty of the state to defend such persons. There may be complicated situations, but abortion is certainly not one of them.

    Now being a mother of nine children, I agree that “from conception till birth a fetus is completely dependent on one single individual.” But so what? You cant kill a dependent.

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    Ed George says:

    TLH

    With the fetus, you have a completely innocent defenseless human being. It is the first duty of the state to defend such persons.

    At what cost?

    There may be complicated situations, but abortion is certainly not one of them.

    What if continuing the pregnancy puts the woman at serious health risk?

    Now being a mother of nine children, I agree that “from conception till birth a fetus is completely dependent on one single individual.”

    Congrats on your kids. I have three myself. I don’t regret a second of it.

    But so what? You cant kill a dependent.

    True. But you can put it up for adoption or the state can take it from you. That option isn’t available for a fetus.

    I understand the religious objection to abortion, and fully respect it. At conception it is your opinion that a unique human being is created with its own soul. But what if we could clone a person (not far fetched). Does the clone also have equal protection under the law?

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    ET says:

    Ed:

    At what cost?

    2995.99

    What if continuing the pregnancy puts the woman at serious health risk?

    That’s what doctors are for.

    I understand the religious objection to abortion, and fully respect it.

    It goes against all positions except the one that says no to reproduction.

    But what if we could clone a person (not far fetched).

    Can we clone a soul?

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    Ed George says:

    ET

    Can we clone a soul?

    I don’t know. Can we?

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    TAMMIE LEE HAYNES says:

    Dear Ed George

    I thank you for your response, in which you wrote that ” “I understand the religious objection to abortion, and fully respect it. At conception it is your opinion that a unique human being is created with its own soul.”

    Let me say that I do NOT respect your contrary views. Acquiescence in premeditated murder on a massive scale is barbaric. Nor do I respect your apparent ignorance of basic biology.

    You cited three objections to strict prohibition of abortion. They are smokescreens that no reasonable person would advance.

    First, you object to the “cost” to the state of defending the lives of innocent and defenseless persons. But cost is not a factor in the face of almost one million premeditated murders per year, in abrogation of the first duty of the state.

    Second, you claimed to be concerned “if continuing the pregnancy puts the woman at serious health risk.” The rate of deaths resulting from pregnancy is 1 in 5000, Thus you are willing to accept 5000 premeditated murders to prevent one accidental death. Moreover, that same woman has 50 times greater chance of being killed in a car accident. If you were truly concerned about the woman, you would be promoting better air bags instead of advocating premeditated mass murder.

    Finally, you note the loss of autonomy and the inconvenience a woman would experience if she were denied an abortion. But the idea that a temporary loss of autonomy and inconvenience justify premeditated murder of a completely innocent and defenseless person is ghoulish.

    Finally it is not opinion but scientific fact that a human being is created at conception. This is obvious to any reasonable person from ultrasounds, DNA evidence, and common sense. Moreover this scientific fact is acknowledged by an overwhelming majority of biologists. Yet you would allow such human beings, all of them innocent and defenseless, to be legally murdered by the millions. That is barbaric> It defines theses persons as inferior human beings, a concept in opposition to any decent morality, and destroys the concept of equal protection of the laws, which is a cornerstone of any decent legal system. As to your thoughts on ensoulment and the uniqueness of human beings, they are an irrelevant smokescreen.

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    kairosfocus says:

    EG, the problem is not a matter of religious sentiment or opinion, it is, the issue of guilt of shedding innocent blood. AKA, murder, natural law sense, antecedent to any state and its decrees under colour of law. KF

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    Silver Asiatic says:

    Abortion is not meant to be survived, yet somehow, there are people alive today who lived through their mothers’ abortions. Today, they want their voices to be heard …

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2015/babies-who-survived-abortions-and-are-now-adults-time-for-our-voice-to-be-heard/

    i think someone who was burned in her mother’s womb for 18 hours ( me ) deserves to be heard, as we face the horror of planned parenthood.
    — Gianna Jessen (@giannajessen)

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    asauber says:

    Don’t forget, if you can’t be there in person, you can be there in spirit.

    https://marchforlife.org/

    I will be there in both again this year.

    “We march because we envision a future world where the beauty and dignity of every human life are valued and protected.”

    Andrew

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    Ed George says:

    TLH

    First, you object to the “cost” to the state of defending the lives of innocent and defenseless persons. But cost is not a factor in the face of almost one million premeditated murders per year, in abrogation of the first duty of the state.

    My apologies for the confusion. I was not referring to cost in dollar terms.

    Finally it is not opinion but scientific fact that a human being is created at conception.

    There is more to being human than a unique assemblage of DNA. If I implant a human genome into a mouse ovum, does it become human with all the entailing rights?

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    ET says:

    Ed:

    If I implant a human genome into a mouse ovum, does it become human with all the entailing rights?

    No, because it will never become a viable organism. It will never develop.

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    Truthfreedom says:

    Abortion, according to silly reductionist materialism, is nothing more than ‘DNA wars’.
    Some DNA ‘wins’, some DNA ‘loses’.

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