Fetus or a Baby, Is How We define It a Matter of Conscience?


A fetus or a baby?

A fetus or a baby, is how we define it a matter of conscience? Do we harden ourselves to the consequences of the act by calling it a fetus rather than a baby? If a fetus is not a person as it is claimed then what difference does it make whether it be a male or female? If abortion is as moral as some claim then why should anyone be appalled by how it is disposed of once it has been taken?

If it is nothing but a clump of cells as some claim then why is flushing it down the toilet wrong as depicted in this story? Why should it be treated any differently or given greater respect just because that clump of cells are human?

If it is not a person as some claim then why shouldn’t it be used as dog food as depicted in this story? Why should that non-person be treated any differently or given greater respect than any other animal remains once killed?

It sounds as if people want to treat that life form one way while it is inside a woman and alive but see it as being something entirely different once life has been aborted and it has been taken out of the woman’s body. And women are the biggest victims of the act of abortion whether it be the mother or child.

Call me an extremist if you want but if this is not the very good example of hypocrisy and how the use of force can effect the moral fibre of individuals and of a nation then I am glad I am not a member of the mainstream of thought.

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Categories: Ethics and Morality, Politics | Tags: , , , , , , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Fetus or a Baby, Is How We define It a Matter of Conscience?

  1. You are absolutely right!

  2. The Griper

    this is one time where i’d like to feel that i was wrong, Gorges, I really would.

  3. Not an extremist at all. Great points!

  4. The Griper

    Thanks, Justin

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