Saturday, February 17, 2007

Playing God?

Approximately 46 million murders a year are committed without justice.

A beautiful and unparalleled event occurs, two join as one, a life is created, a life that could one day grow up to be a credit to the human race, a scholar, a doctor, a fire-fighter, an entrepreneur, a nurse, a teacher or even a Police Officer.

You believe that life begins at conception, therefore in your personal view, abortion is murder. There is no way around this, if a mother was to smother her child while her baby was asleep, there would be arrests, interviews, charges, juries, twelve good men and true, convictions and sentences. If a woman was to walk into a clinic and have an abortion, none of the above would happen, as in this case the killing of her unborn child would be legal, to the point of it even not being immoral.

Life begins at conception, and abortion without a life saving reason is murder, walking into a clinic and having an unborn baby ‘terminated’ is pre-meditated murder, she thought about it, she planned to do it, she did it.

You also put another spin on this:

If a woman was to drink alcohol whilst pregnant, and as a direct result of this alcohol her baby was to die, you believe there should be a law where she can be severely punished. If a man was to hit a woman in the stomach, and her baby was to die as a result of this punch, then he should be punished with the same severity.

Because the baby that was alive, that was destined to be beautiful, intelligent, brave and a credit to the human race has been killed, stopped in their tracks, their important and valuable life taken from them.

This child is 22 weeks old, the mother of this beautiful child, this exceptional creation, can still have an abortion, she can end this life, by 'suction or vacuum aspiration'.

There are other outs, other options, other routes, adoption, fostering, even contraception in the first place, to name a few.

'I've noticed that everybody that is for abortion has already been born.' Ronald Reagan


At 8:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 8:14 PM, Blogger Joe90 said...

The children shouldn't have to suffer for the actions of their fathers.

At 1:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

its called choice, personal choice and considering the numbers of single women bringing up children alone it is a choice that women should always have. if asian women believed that allah thought it was okay to abort babies we would not even be having this discussion for fear of being called racist,the act of abortion would not be up for discussion as we dont want to offend anyone now do we? more women should be able to have terminations but its becoming something only the rich can afford due to the failings in the nhs.
lots of love joe from a midwife up north who truly despairs when she sees some of the people who take home babies

At 2:12 AM, Blogger Joe90 said...

I don't care what Allah says, I don't care what Jesus says, what Buddah says, whoever has an abortion, whatever their religion, their colour, their creed, takes a life, kills a child.

At 2:30 AM, Blogger fjl said...

Abortion and loss does indeed cause pain. and btw don't talk about Jesus like that. aye. ' I simply don't give a *** for what he has to say', pardon me.

At 5:42 PM, Blogger Annette said...

Abortion is a very sensitive issue.
It depends on the reason for it.But surely it would be better to have an abortion then bring a baby into this world and never look after it, let it run wild, getting into trouble, and then it will probabaly end up in prison.
Which would be worse?

There are reasons for abortion and it should be the womans right to choose.

At 8:56 PM, Blogger fjl said...

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At 8:57 PM, Blogger fjl said...

Anette, I have to agree with Jo, but don't come down so tough. Abortion has some unexpected and distressing consequences that women are not properly briefed on. A toddler is prevented from tearing across the road by good parents, and I believe, likewise, women in alot of cases could be stopped from casually aborting incase they're crushed by the experience.

Random metaphor, but you catch my drift.

At 11:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 8:12 PM, Blogger Joe90 said...

That's easy for you to say, when you haven't been the victim of abortion.


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