Posts Tagged by Margaret Sanger
|September 11, 2015||Posted by Anthony under abortion, Blog, eugenics, family, General, human rights, Liberalism, morality, politics, pro-life, Secular Humanism|
Reconstructed from the original memo itself, this new version of the “Jaffe Memo” brings to light the lengths that proponents of ‘abortions on demand’ were willing to go to implement their agenda.
|November 5, 2009||Posted by Anthony under abortion, atheism, Blog, eugenics, evolution, General, Global Warming, Holocaust, human rights, morality, pro-life, scientism, Secular Humanism|
Apparently a gent named Michael Laws, a politician in New Zealand, has advocated that the solution to child abuse and neglect is to pay the ‘underclass’ not to have children; this would be accomplished by $10,000 and sterilization.
This is a perfect example of the Malthusian Mind that I discussed in my Worldnetdaily.com column not too long ago, Christians Beware the Malthusian Mind. http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=111412
He writes, “it would be far better for this appalling underclass to be offered financial inducements not to have children, given the toxic environment that they would provide for any child in their care.”
Critics repudiate his position later in the article, saying, “It’s hard to comprehend that an intelligent man who’s leading a city is making such reprehensible suggestions.”
Ha! I find it ‘hard to comprehend that an intelligent man’ who is Obama’s Science ‘czar’ (John Holdren) has made even worse suggestions!
The ‘mark’ of the Malthusian Mind is simply that they leap to eliminative solutions almost by instinct.
|August 20, 2009||Posted by Anthony under abortion, apologetics, atheism, Birth Pangs, Blog, Christianity and Culture, eugenics, evolution, Holocaust, human rights, morality, Obama, politics, scientism, Secular Humanism, theology|
One purpose of the post is to highlight the obvious dangers, illustrated over and over again throughout history, and in the last century in particular, of having secular humanists and atheists in charge of bestowing rights. What they giveth, they can taketh. And they have often taketh.
But another purpose of this post is to point out to the many Christians calling for ‘universal health care’ that if you are claiming that God has bestowed certain rights such as health care, you’ve got to back that up somehow. Your sentimental arguments, sincere and well meaning, have as much weight to me as sentimental arguments like “God makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, don’t you want that, too?” have weight with atheists. In short, none.
Why? Does it mean that I am indifferent to those who struggle to receive adequate health care? Not at all. It does, however, have important implications as to how we proceed to address that issue
|March 29, 2009||Posted by Anthony under abortion, apologetics, atheism, Birth Pangs, Blog, evolution, General, morality, Obama, original sin, scientism|
The above quote is not actually what annoyed me. Instead, it was his classification of people who keep their children instead of aborting them when they have been diagnosed with ‘devastating’ diseases (again, as defined by whom?) as being akin to one who believes in a flat earth. Here is the extended quote:
If one reads about reproductive issues in the conservative media-which I often do-one is bombarded with tales of mothers who have sacrificed personal and professional opportunities to bring fetuses to term. The implication is that while bearing a child when one is ready is a blessing, bearing a child when one is not prepared garners one extra moral credit in the cosmos. Similarly, while having a healthy baby is a cause for joy, some opponents of abortion profess that having a baby with a devastating or even fatal birth defect is proof of the mother’s fortitude and character. If one believes that human life begins at conception, this is logically the case. However, if one believes that life begins after conception-as do a wide majority of Americans, if polls on such issues as embryonic stem cell research are to believed-then the suffering caused by transforming an unwanted embryo into a living baby, who will either endure debilitating disease or will enter a deeply inhospitable home environment, is not at all a cause for pride. It more is akin to deciding that the world is flat and then boasting of not falling off the edge.
As readers of this blog know, my wife and I are examples of what he is talking about here
|April 29, 2008||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
The Reverend Jeremiah Wright has gone on the defensive, arguing that his comments were taken out of context and then right before our eyes justifying as righteous the very interpretations others have drawn. Wright is off his rocker in asserting that the US Government is the one responsible for AIDS and that the US brought […]