Killing Newborn Babies No Different To Abortion | Huffington Post

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The ‘After-birth abortion: why should the baby live?’ paper argues that the act wouldn’t be classed as euthanasia because the best interest of the foetus or newborn being killed is not necessarily the primary reason his or her life is being terminated. The authors state that after-birth abortion should be made legal and it should be permitted on the same grounds as abortion. They added that it wouldn’t be the same as infanticide.”

…. Are you reading this?  Can you believe what they just said?

It “wouldn’t be euthanasia” because they are not seeking the best interest of the newborn being killed. OBVIOUSLY.

Are you reading this?!?!?!

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4 thoughts on “Killing Newborn Babies No Different To Abortion | Huffington Post

    kayla said:
    June 27, 2012 at 11:21

    “The authors provocatively argue that there is no moral difference between a foetus and a newborn”

    I think it is a good argument that could be used for pro-life. Even pro-chice people agree that it is murder after the baby is born. If there is no difference that we shouldn’t have abortion either.

      Lacy de la Garza responded:
      June 27, 2012 at 11:38

      I think that’s the whole point though, Kayla – that this argument is being made by those who advocate abortion. They are saying the exact thing you are, that there is no difference, so why not keep promoting abortions and now why not just promote infanticide as well?

    quinersdiner said:
    June 27, 2012 at 13:53

    This is the natural progression of abortion. When you dehumanize the fetus, the next step is the baby, then the toddler, then the feeble. This philosophy is gaining traction. Be vigilant.

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