HOW do you make a five-year-old child be in favour of baby killing? This is a pickle for those who are pro-abortion. Children these days grow up seeing sonograms stuck to the fridge door so getting young kids to be pro-abortion is certainly a challenge.
Preying on the defenceless, disposing of the vulnerable unborn child is so wrong, so instinctively despicable that to poison a child’s mind to get it to think this is fine, it is clear you have to get in there early. But if there is one thing the pro-abortionist does well, it is to get in there early.
I do believe this tweet reveals a lot about the culture of death. The test for abortion these days has gone from a threat to the mother’s life or child in a desperate situation, through ‘safe, legal and rare’, to ‘kids are a handful’. There you have it, dear niece, kids are a handful and therefore it is perfectly within our rights to kill them should it all become too much.
I am sure the five-year-old took great comfort in this – knowing and understanding on some level that some people are disposable. Perhaps in the dark of night she will fear that she was a bit of a handful for her mother that day, or even worse her aunt, and therefore is disposable too. Who knows, but it certainly does not make for sweet dreams.
We are told this five-year-old ‘gets it because it’s quite simple’. And I guess when all is said and done, after all the placards and the euphemisms about abortion being about ‘health care’ (although how a dead body can be classified as health care, I don’t know) and how we are told endlessly how this is all about compassion and caring, if you are pro-abortion, if you are pro-death, it really is simple – they’re just babies.
Unborn children can’t defend themselves and you can do whatever you want to them if it suits you, including killing them. And these days, it often does suit people to dispose of the most defenceless, innocent and vulnerable amongst us – the unborn child.
The truth is that down through the centuries it was common practice for the killing of another to be proposed as the easiest solution to a problem.
What changed this was Christianity, which said every human person is equal and sacred, and taking the life of an innocent person is never justified no matter how difficult or challenging the circumstances.
That’s why we don’t have human sacrifice. That’s why we don’t murder people at the end of their lives and that’s why so many people, even in these dark days, defend the sanctity of life of the unborn child.
So we will stand firm for the kids who are a ‘handful’ and the kids who sit nicely at the dinner table. We don’t sacrifice babies for any reason, either born or unborn.
For us, it really is that simple.