Entries for the ‘Eugenics’ Category

Leona Lewis: “Incredibly sad” most kids with Down syndrome aborted

by Kelli I think thatís so sad. I think thatís incredibly, incredibly sad and, yeah, it hurts my heart a bit. ~ Singer Leona Lewis at the Global Down Syndrome Foundation Gala, responding to the information that 9 out of 10†67% of babies with Down syndrome are aborted, as quoted by CNSNews.com, May 9 [Photo […]

Mom says to expect “beauty in imperfections” of Down syndrome

by Kelli What I have learned in the last 3 years is what to really expect when having a child with Down Syndrome. Someone once gave me a book about what to expect, I read a few chapters and threw it away. I hated it. Most books and pamphlets are so outdated the material is […]

Real life “Gattaca”? FDA considers engineering of disease-free babies

by Kelli Let’s back up just a second and look at what they are proposing to do — They’re proposing to try to create disease-free children by a type of genetic engineering. And the proposals aren’t actually to treat anybody; they’re to create new individuals that they hope won’t have a disease…. Trying to create […]

Jezebel blogger wishes priest had let baby with Down syndrome die

So, evidently, no one is ever allowed to offer someone who is even considering having an abortion any other options whatsoever. Because hello, thatís coercion, or something. Of course, back on planet Earth, giving someone another option, which they then agree to, is not coercion. These are the people who call themselves ďpro-choice.Ē But when […]

“Women Deliver” speakers encourage poor women not to deliver

A billionaire and a princess graced the stage to tell nurses and clean water advocates that any effort to help poor women is secondary to giving them contraception and abortion. Sexual and reproductive rights are ďat the core of human life,Ē said Princess Mary of Denmark. Until women have power not to have children, they […]

Bioethicists upset that “non-academics” dislike eugenic infanticide

[Bioethicists] Giubilini and Minerva [the same authors of a paper last year supporting infanticide for Down syndrome] are expressing surprise that the Down syndrome community opposes their agenda of eugenics and infanticide…. They would like to dismiss anyone who disagrees with their conclusions as being irrational because we donít appreciate the opportunities of what they […]

Spoof: Roe vs. Wade looking hot at 40

You remind me so much of that Democrat, Margaret Sanger, who succeeds with her plan to this very day to get blacks to participate in their own genocide, and use charming black folks to encourage other blacks to feel empowered and enlightened for believing that killing their children is okay. Yeah baby, I remember our […]

Billboard: “Prenatal testing cannot predict this kind of love”

Click to enlarge… ~ Billboard spotted on I294 near O’Hare Airport in Chicago, sponsored by the International Down Syndrome Coalition. It states, “Prenatal testing cannot predict this kind of love.”


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