Kill them all except me

New York allows abortions until birth

Dress the building for the slaughter

Entitled the Reproductive Health Act, New York’s latest abortion law allows termination of a pregnancy until the expected day of birth with certain limitations:

[An] abortion may be performed by a licensed, certified, or authorized practitioner within 24 weeks from the commencement of pregnancy, or there is an absence of fetal viability, or at any time when necessary to protect a patient’s life or health.

The city was suitably dressed—after all, slaughtering the innocent is a festive occasion.

One World Trade Center in New York City, NY — the centerpiece of the World Trade Center complex — was illuminated with pink lighting to celebrate the Empire State’s passage of legislation designating abortion a “fundamental right.” Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) directed authorities to use pink lighting to laud New York’s new abortion law.

Breitbart News reported:

The [Reproductive Health Act] also redefines “person” as “a human being who has been born and is alive,” eliminating the possibility of recognizing the personhood of an unborn child. During her presidential campaign in 2016, Hillary Clinton stated that “the unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights.”

Hillary Clinton praised New York Democrats’ push for and passage of the aforementioned bill, describing abortion as a “reproductive health service.”

But it’s clearly a “Fundamental peril” if you’re still an unborn child

The tangled issues of sexual freedom, declining respect for marriage, the sickening betrayal often explicit in rape, the implacable demand for financial security in raising children, and all the heart-rending results of abortion are among the most harrowing that modern society must confront.

Nevertheless, those gut-wrenching redefinitions of “person” and “rights” under the guise of health services seem designed not to confront difficult matters, for they surrender centuries of wisdom to raucous left-wing shrieks for reform.

The destruction of both time-honoured ethics and a widespread respect for life comforts none but a cold-hearted few, threatens us all at our most helpless and represents an advance only for the surgical destruction of motherhood. If we can’t protect the unborn child, nobody can.

First, doctors, do no harm

The Reproductive Health Act? Of a certainty, this is no health issue but a desperate moral matter. When we prohibit high school students from instructively dissecting frogs and rodents because we coyly close our eyes to raising small animals just for killing, while constantly farming all kinds of animals for our table, but then we kill our babies out of mere convenience, our moral compass is unserviceable.

The forearms, hands and feet of an aborted 9-week-old child fit readily on a New Zealand two-dollar coin, tiny and perfect, as on the US quarter at right.

The foetus is undeniably human. Abortion is making a killing.

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