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  • Late-Term Abortionist is Tired of the Criticism: Quit Calling Me a “Quack or Bad Doctor”
    published on April 28th, 2017 at 05:01 PM
    In 2012, a journalist at The Hairpin interviewed abortionist Nancy Stanwood. Overall, it’s a puff piece – the interviewer gushes with praise for Stanwood, and all the usual pro-choice rationalizations are made. But Stanwood made some noteworthy observations about the stigma of being an abortionist, about adoption, and about late-term abortion. First, on the stigma […]
  • Hospital Threatens to Remove Baby’s Life Support , Won’t Let Parents Take Him Elsewhere for Treatment
    published on April 28th, 2017 at 05:01 PM
    Days after Kansas achieved a landmark law for parents’ decision-making authority governing hospitalized children, another baby and his parents are losing their fight with a London hospital to bring their ailing son to the U.S. for treatment. On April 7, Kansas’ Gov. Sam Brownback signed “Simon’s Law,” to insure parents can reject hospital DNR (do […]
  • Baby Eva Was Stillborn, But Her Eyes Will Give Sight So a Blind Person Can See
    published on April 28th, 2017 at 05:01 PM
    The grieving family of a stillborn baby girl is taking some comfort in knowing that her short life has helped others. Eva Grace Young, the daughter of Royce and Keri Young of Oklahoma, was stillborn on April 17. An organ donor, Eva’s eyes recently were donated to help someone who needed them. Her name, Eva, […]
  • President Trump’s Budget Will Cut a Pro-Abortion Gender Office Obama Started
    published on April 28th, 2017 at 05:01 PM
    (C-Fam) The Trump administration’s budget will reportedly put on the chopping block a controversial gender rights office created by the Obama administration. The move follows other funding cuts to global abortion programs including reinstitution of the Mexico City Policy and pulling U.S. funding from the United Nation Population Fund. An internal State Department document leaked […]
  • Woman Forced 12-Year-Old Into Prostitution, Made Her Have an Abortion After She Became Pregnant
    published on April 28th, 2017 at 05:01 PM
    In a disturbing North Carolina case this week, a 12-year-old girl allegedly was forced into prostitution, raped repeatedly and given an abortion over a two-year period. The Winston-Salem Journal reports Flora Riano Gonzalez, of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, was convicted on charges of forcing the young girl into prostitution while she was between the ages of […]
  • President Donald Trump Gets an A+ on Pro-Life Issues During His First 100 Days in Office
    published on April 28th, 2017 at 05:01 PM
    One of the leading pro-life organizations in the nation is giving president Donald Trump and A grade for his first 100 days in office. The National Right to Life Committee says that, since taking office nearly 100 days ago, President Donald Trump and his administration have provided the pro-life movement with several major victories. Trump […]

 

 

 

The S.L.E.D. Test

The SLED Test is a simple argument against abortion

 

The pro-life view is that the unborn are human beings just like you and me. That’s why it’s wrong to kill them. Although many abortion-choice advocates agree the unborn are human, they deny they are valuable human beings. They think this distinction justifies killing the unborn.

Often they use personhood language to express this view. They say the unborn might be human, but it’s not a person.

When confronted with this claim, ask a simple question: “What’s the difference between a human being and a human person?” They must answer this question. Why? They’ve just made the incredible claim that there are human beings that can be killed with impunity because they are not persons. What are their reasons for this view? What’s the difference between a born human and an unborn one that justifies killing the latter?

Abortion-choice advocates typically cite one or more characteristics they believe make a human being a person. Each of these characteristics fall under one of four categories. You can remember these categories with the acronym SLED: Size, Level of development, Environment, and Degree of dependency.

Although it’s true the unborn differs from a born human in these four ways, none of them is a relevant difference. None of them justifies killing the unborn. Consider how each category is irrelevant to human value.

Do you know how to defend your position on abortion? Do you get uncomfortable when the topic comes up? Can you back up your views with logic and reason?

Listen to this short excerpt of a talk given by Bio-ethics expert Scott Klusendorf as he explains his position to a passenger seated next to him on a plane flight.

 

Size: 

The unborn is clearly smaller than a born human. It’s hard to reason how a difference in size, though, disqualifies someone from being a person. A four year-old is smaller than a fourteen year-old. Can we kill her because she’s not as big as a teenager? No, because a human being’s value is not based on their size. She’s still equally a person even though she differs in that characteristic. In the same way, the unborn is smaller than a four year-old. If we can’t kill the four-year old because she’s smaller, then we can’t kill the unborn because she’s smaller either.

 

Level of development: 

The unborn is also less developed than a born human being. How does this fact, though, disqualify the unborn from personhood? A four year-old girl can’t bear children because her reproductive system is less developed than a fourteen year-old girl. That doesn’t disqualify her from personhood. She is still as equally valuable as a child-bearing teen. The unborn is also less developed than the four year-old. Therefore, we can’t disqualify her from personhood for the same reason we can’t disqualify the four year-old. Both are merely less developed than older human beings.

 

Environment: 

The unborn is located in a different environment than a born human. How does your location, though, affect your value? Can changing your environment alter your status as a person? Where you are has no bearing on who you are. An astronaut who spacewalks in orbit is in a radically different environment than a person on the planet. No one could reasonably deny his personhood simply because he’s in a different location. Scuba divers who swim under water and spelunkers who crawl through caves are equally as valuable as humans who ride in hot-air balloons. If changing your environment can’t change your fundamental status, then being inside or outside a uterus can’t be relevant either. How could a 7-inch journey through the birth canal magically transform a value-less human into a valuable person? Nothing has changed except their location.

 

Degree of dependency: 

The unborn is dependent upon the mother’s body for nutrition and a proper environment. It’s hard to see, though, how depending upon another person disqualifies you from being a person. Newborns and toddlers still depend upon their parents to provide nutrition and a safe environment. Indeed, some third-world countries require children to be breast fed because formula is not available. Can a mother kill her newborn son because he depends on her body for nutrition? Or, imagine you alone witnessed a toddler fall into a swimming pool. Would you be justified in declaring him not valuable simply because he depended on you for his survival? Of course not! Since the unborn depends on his mother in the same way, it’s not reasonable to disqualify his value either.
Notice that although toddler and teens differ from each other in the four SLED categories, we don’t disqualify toddlers from personhood. Since born and unborn humans differ in exactly the same ways, we can’t disqualify the unborn from personhood either.

The SLED tactic exposes the argument for abortion for what it really is: unjust discrimination. Abortion-choice advocates deny that all human beings are valuable and deserve protection. Which ones don’t qualify? The ones that are too small, not developed enough, in the wrong location, and are too dependent on other people. In other words, the human beings that satisfy the SLED Test’s criteria are the ones that don’t make the cut.

These four characteristics, though, are arbitrary and allow the strong to disqualify the weak, vulnerable, and defenseless. Sadly, history is crowded with similar examples. African Americans were victims of discrimination. They were a class of human beings that was disqualified from being valuable based on an arbitrary characteristic: their skin color. Jews were also were victims of discrimination. They were a class of human beings that was disqualified from being valuable based on an arbitrary characteristic: their ethnicity. Today, the unborn are victims of discrimination. They are a class of human beings that are disqualified from being valuable based on arbitrary characteristics: their size, level of development, environment, and degree of dependency.

The pro-life position, on the other hand is an inclusive view. It says no human being – regardless of size, skin color, level of development, race, gender, or place of residence – should be excluded from the community of human persons. This view of humanity is inclusive and wide open to all, especially to those who are small, vulnerable, and defenseless.

 

LINKS :

Abortion Genocide!

INFANTICIDE!

Depopulation Agenda

 

 

 

Dead Fetus Cells in Pepsi and other Products 

Dead Fetus Cells in Pepsi and other Products

"Sadly, most Americans don’t even realize that large numbers of consumer products on our supermarket shelves contain ingredients which have been cultivated using aborted human fetal cell lines. This information is not hard to find. But people do not like to talk about it. There are price lists for human fetal tissue all over the Internet. You can find one example right here So does it bother you that aborted babies are being chopped up and sold to researchers all over America? Or are you perfectly fine with it?"

 



Sickening:

Major food corporations use tissue from aborted babies to manufacture flavor additives in processed foods

LINK :

Dead Fetus Cells in Pepsi and other Products

 

 

 

 

Yes, they are selling baby parts.

Published on Aug 8, 2015

Yes, they are selling baby parts. There are literally hours of unedited video of them haggling over specific pieces in Planned Parenthood offices across the country. But don't let the truth get in the way of a good old fashioned false debate...

All Planned Parenthood undercover videos can be found on the official YouTube channel for The Center for Medical Progress here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

Here is the latest "Intact Fetuses 'Just a Matter of Line Items' for Planned Parenthood TX Mega-Center: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egGUE...

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Yes, they are selling baby parts

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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