“Aborted Baby Cries Before Cremation”

Fetal Development, 7 months. Photo from health.msn.com

Fetal Development, 7 months. Photo from health.msn.com

This is one of the most disturbing yet unsurprising news articles I’ve seen in a while.  It just goes to show you that the crap you hear from Planned Parenthood “counselors” and the propaganda the media is constantly pushing is just that, crap. Abortionists know darn good and well that the babies they kill are babies, not tissues, not blobs of cells, not whatever else they call it to ease consciences and open up the pocketbooks of scared women and girls. No one who has performed an abortion or even watched one on ultrasound really believes that crap. Abortionists kill babies. They know they kill babies. They think they have a right to kill babies. They think you have a right to ask them to kill your baby. They only support the fetus/tissue/ball of cells lingo because it helps them sell more abortions. They know it’s b.s.; they don’t care. They say whatever it takes to keep the revolving door to their clinic turning and the purses of pregnant women opening.

When does the right to life begin? The media has 45% of Americans duped into believing that right comes after birth. (Yes, I know this story isn’t from America. But don’t think this doesn’t happen here all the time. Just look at our President’s voting record on right to life issues. He’s completely in favor of exactly what happened in this story in China. The difference is American abortionists don’t allow stories like this to get leaked into media. And even when they do surface, the mainstream media doesn’t report on them. They wouldn’t dare allow the common American the opportunity to actually use their brain cells, put two and two together, and determine that the thing growing in a woman’s womb is in fact a baby.) But what about this baby in this news story? This baby survived the abortion. He was born. He was alive. And they let him die. Not a big deal to people who kill babies for a living. What does it matter how he dies as long as he ends up dead? I’m sure the abortionist would have preferred the mortician go ahead and cremate him despite being alive. It sure would have saved them a lot of hassle.

Stories like this make me so angry. And so sad. So desperately sad for everyone involved. And so furiously mad at all the lies and deception that fly around to justify abortion and all of the other atrocities that stem from it.

In case you missed the link above, here’s the link to the full story: http://www.shanghaidaily.com/sp/article/2010/201005/20100514/article_437014.htm

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5 thoughts on ““Aborted Baby Cries Before Cremation”

  1. Wow… It’s horrible what people do to life… :( It’s such a strange issue, when people argue “I have the right to a choice, it’s my body!”… Yet, it’s not JUST their body, it’s another being’s body… So people assume that they have the choice over another’s body also…
    So many strange and confused opinions on abortion… So sad.. :(

  2. To add, I’ve read over two of the articles you linked to on this… And I am completely disturbed that these sorts of things can happen.. :(
    Again, I don’t have a solid opinion on abortion, as in the event that a girl is raped and made pregnant (morning after pill should be available for those sorts of situations…), it becomes a whole other issue… Yes, life is still involved, but there’s so much more to it…
    Personally, I could never have an abortion, or even grasp the thought of having one… I also believe that people should take responsibility of their actions (young women that are having unprotected sex, what do they expect?!)…

  3. This is truly horrible, mostly because it is murder, not because it happened after an abortion.

    Despite being pro-choice, I think there is a point in pregnancy (~20 weeks) after which abortions should only be performed if the life of the mother is in danger. This is clearly well after that date.

    I do not believe that anyone should be made a slave to any other person. But I also think it is wrong to kill other human beings. The problem is when these two things are entangled.

    I do not believe life happens at conception. But it doesn’t really matter what I believe. I don’t know if we will ever solidly “know” when life begins, despite having many “beliefs” about it. Beliefs about life and about souls are faith based and we cannot base laws that apply to people of many different belief systems on one belief.

    Scientific results can at least be examined statistically and science can come to consensus. Humanity has to live under rules we can agree on by consensus and we have to make laws based on logic and knowledge rather than on beliefs, so I think we have to resort to what we can find out empirically.

    Scientifically, at 4 weeks, a fetus is not a human life. The brain does not really exist. None of the organs or tissues are distinctly formed. The pregnant woman should have total choice.

    Scientifically, a 38 week fetus clearly is a human life, even by comparison to the strictest standards anyone holds – a newborn baby. At this point, abortion should only be allowed when the pregnancy poses a serious threat to the mother’s life.

    I think that a limit can be established that allows women enough time to make a choice, and that prevents atrocities like the one above. But it has to be based on facts, not on arbitrary designations like life begins at conception or life begins at birth.

    We need to have some moderation and drop our use of propagandist terms if we want to get anywhere and convince the majority of anyone of a sensible solution. We need to stop speaking like people on the other side of the debate are actually evil and malicious people.

    P.S. I read the mainstream media, I went to a liberal Ivy League school, I am a scientist (a physicist), I am a female, I am not a Christian, I am the child of immigrants, and I like to think that I think for myself. It’s no more fair to claim that everyone who feels the way I do is brainwashed or misinformed than it is for me to say the Catholic Church is a brainwashing, misinformation instrument.

    Both statements would include the idea that there are people out there who know the truth, but are motivated by a desire to manipulate others and distort reality for the sole purpose of seeing others suffer. I think that if we want a better world, we have to start by seeing humanity in others as a default. It’s too easy, and always wrong, to blindly demonize others. Pro-choice people are not pro-death. Pro-life people are not anti-woman. Both groups have a common cause – to protect people other people from what they would not want done to themselves.

    • Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me! While I disagree with much of what you said, I truly appreciate your intelligent consideration of the matter.

      First and foremost, I disagree with your definition of when life begins, not because of my morals, but because of science. There is no more pivotal moment in the subsequent growth and development of a human being than when the 23 chromosomes of the father join with the 23 chromosomes of the mother to form a unique, 46-chromosomed individual, with a gender, who had previously not existed. There is no more appropriate moment to begin calling human life “human.” I suppose you chose 20 weeks as your designation point because you know that babies have survived after being born at 21 weeks gestation. But, tell me, what makes that child’s life more valuable at 21 weeks than it was just two weeks before at 19 weeks?

      When you choose to form opinions and, even more frighteningly, laws based on issues like brain waves or the ability to sustain life on one’s own, you have entered onto a very slippery slope. At this point you put many people at risk: those who are recovering from an accident and are currently in a vegetative state, those with dementia, those born with mental disabilities. Defining “human” life at any point other than conception will eventually demand that the lives of other living people be declared less than human.

      Also, I do believe the mainstream media pushes their agenda regardless of facts. I find there is little to no balance in what is reported, regardless of the topic at hand, and I find it irresponsible to use the media, especially only the mainstream media, to form opinions about anything. The media is merely a propaganda machine. And, as far as my implication that there are institutions out there who know the truth yet intentionally manipulate others for their own gain, I absolutely believe that, especially when it comes to organizations like Planned Parenthood. If this were not the case, they would offer women the opportunity to see an ultrasound of their baby and answer questions about fetal development honestly in their “counseling” sessions before expecting a women to make a life-altering decision. They do neither. Why? They wouldn’t sell as many abortions. This is easy enough to prove. Go to your local PP, tell them you’re pregnant, and ask them very pointed, scientific questions about fetal development. You will not hear truthful answers. You will not be presented with “choices.” You will be sold an abortion.

      You also mentioned that pro-choice people are not pro-death. I agree that this true for a lot of people, most of whom are probably just unwilling to take a firm stand on either side of a sticky debate, but many pro-choice people seem to be very pro-death. I am regularly attacked by strangers at the grocery store, at the ob/gyn, at the park for my decision to bear life. If pro-choice people were truly pro-CHOICE, it wouldn’t bother them if I CHOOSE to have 100 kids or abort 100 kids, but that’s not how they behave.

      Lastly, I find it offensive both as a woman and a mother that you consider pregnancy to be enslaving myself to another. I also find it funny. For one to be enslaved, there must be an “enslaver,” for lack of a better word. One would presume that an “enslaver” is not some inanimate object, rather another living being. People, even criminals, have rights. So, if you truly believe my pregnancy to be some form of slavery, you should also believe in the rights of my “enslaver.” Despite your perceived injustice of the situation, it would be wrong to strip the rights of the tiny being that is supposedly holding me hostage. Accusing someone of a crime doesn’t revoke their right to live.

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