Friday, June 01, 2012

Human Rights in America: Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act

Elie Wiesel writer and spokesman on Holocaust ...
Elie Wiesel writer and spokesman on Holocaust issues addresses the US Congress (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Night (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Bonhoeffer-1932 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In every human era there are people, groups, or regimes that swing fierce opposition against those that defend the vulnerable. ~ Opinari

America's historical belief in the intrinsic value of every human life remains in ICU. The recent failure of Congress to prevent gender-selection abortions brought more bad news.      
       However, the conscience of America, once fully awakened in this matter, will reject attacks against human life in utero. The popular success of a woman's rights against an unborn child's rights will end.  
     Slavery proponents used concerns over the economy and cotton growers. The Nazi regime defended genetic engineering experimentation and human engineering as steps "to 'improve' the human race." 
     When a full autopsy is done on this American era of abortion "for any or no reason" and of post-abortion abandonment of babies that survive, the body of its politics will be cut wide open; there will have been reached, finally, the end of this particular era of death of the most defenseless life in America. Pro-choice arguments, "the right of a woman to choose life or death for another human being," are eerily reminiscent of the kind of erroneous thinking behind pro-slavery arguments: "think of the cotton industry and an entire economy, south and north" (such predictions said that an end to slavery would send the south and possibly the nation into unimaginable spirals of imbalance and need). That kind of argument is used to defend "a woman's right to choose," euphemistically now called "women's health"; that kind of argument will be thoroughly rejected, seen as an excuse for convenience or a yielding to fears brought on by pressures upon women at their most vulnerable times...unwanted pregnancies.    
     The irrefutable fact in recent science in this matter is that early in development every unborn human being has recordable, unique, human DNA. This scientific evidence of the person that lives in the womb of every pregnant human female is the most recent true fact to emerge. Abortion "providers" and the profits they gain from steady streams of abortion clients will end, and will be seen, eventually, as a return to sanity regarding the innocent and the most vulnerable of humanity.

The House Bill that failed under suspension, May 31, 2012: H.R. 3541: Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act (PRENDA) of 2012
More information about Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act and HR votes. 

Persons named in photos: Elie Wiesel, a Jewish survivor of Nazi death camps, activist and prolific writer/public speaker. Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Photo; author of Life Together and other books), spoke out in his homeland, Germany, against the Nazi regime, which imprisoned and killed him. Mother Theresa (Photo: book cover, Something Beautiful for God by Malcolm Muggeridge); born Macedonia; rescued and nurtured ill and disabled outcasts in Calcutta, India and around the world.
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