The shocking moment a Florida Planned Parenthood lobbyist defended doctor-assisted INFANTICIDE when babies are born alive after botched abortions
David Martosko, Mail Online | March 30, 2013
… Daniel Davis framed the debate in stark terms. ‘What you’re saying if you oppose it is, you have a living baby, struggling to survive, and you do something other – I don’t even want to talk about what you do – but you do something other than resuscitate and save the baby.’
Two committee Democrats joined Republicans in defending the legislation. …
Did we ever hear about this – and the other consequences of abortion – during the so-called abortion “debate” all these years?
So the media hides and distorts information to frame the issue for us. We see reality through their filter of plausible cover stories.
So a lot of us have abandoned the old values that we never got a chance to understand properly, the ones held by our parents and grandparents. Maybe we should consider more carefully what values we have discarded and what we have replaced them with.
We end up with the devaluing of human life: infanticide, fetal cells used in vaccines, fetal cells used to test flavor enhancers, etc.
We are trained to not object. We’re just going along.
Society has been sent off in a certain direction in which human beings become commodities and objects of control.
Notice also how we frame these “controversial” issues in terms of rights, choice and freedom. But how is it that the government is almost always running the show, controlling the supply of services?
In most countries, the health care system is run by the government – even in the States more and more. This is the context in which abortion is carried out and in which euthanasia (dehydrating people to death) is carried out. Same with organ transplants. Same with frozen embryos.
What kind of “choice” do tax-payers have in funding these activities? So the government dominates our society and we give them too much power even by letting parliaments frame these issues as only political. It has to go beyond talking about laws and politics.
In most countries, the media also is regulated by the government and those who run the government – the big corporate foundations and international banks. It’s obvious that all the political correctness that devalues human life originates with the same people who want the skies to be full of drones and Iraq to be full of depleted uranium and birth defects. They’re filling the kids’ heads with their best stuff on TV right now.
Also, the school systems are dominated by governments (and corporations) of course. And the children are fed a controlled government curriculum. Do children debate these things in school? Are they exposed to all the facts? Is there just going to be one totalitarian point of view allowed?
Opposition is characterized as religion (but it’s not just a matter of religion at all) and you’re not supposed to bring “religion” into public life. And who wants to have constant controversy at the hospital or at school?
There is a real disconnect among people about values. There are things that are really going wrong and we’re just ignoring them. Including: the surveillance state, the wars overseas and bank accounts being taken. Someone else is “taking care” of us. We are not involved but we should be.