Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Burning Aborted Babies

A hospital in England has admitted to tossing the bodies of aborted babies into same waste incinerators that they throw garbage into. Why? So they can save $34 with each kill.
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10 comments:

Za said...

Um... as opposed to burning them at the crematorium?

Either way they weren't going to get a burial.

Indian Chris said...

There's a big difference in using a crematorium and throwing them in the garbage because you want to save a few bucks. And I feel sorry for you if you can't see that difference.

Opinionnation said...

he can't... so feel sorry

Za said...

They didn't throw them in the trash. They threw them in an incinerator. It does the exact same thing.

I can see what you're saying (contrary to Opinion's opinion), but I don't think it's particularly important.

Indian Chris said...

Instead, they are being burnt in the hospital's main incinerator - which is normally used for rubbish and clinical waste.

Rubbish
1. useless waste or rejected matter : TRASH

2. something that is worthless or nonsensical.

I know you don't agree that a fetus is a human life, but even you should have more respect than to toss it in with waste just to save a few bucks.

Za said...

Chris, what is an ovum that never gets fertilised? Waste perhaps?

What exactly are you asking me to respect? A collection of genetic data that amounted to nothing? All they are is a collection of cells. They are not a life. They were never self-supporting. They never had any thoughts. They never did anything. Should I perhaps, have respect for sperm as well? Maybe for individual ovum?

In the end, they were only going to the crematorium to be incinerated and thrown out anyway, so it's not a different end.

loboinok said...

Chris, what is an ovum that never gets fertilised? Waste perhaps?

Chris' post concerns aborted babies.

Sad attempt on your part...try to keep it honest.

Za said...

Chris' post concerns aborted babies.

Sad attempt on your part...try to keep it honest.

Yes, and what are aborted fetuses, but an ovum that doesn't come to term?

Because there are millions of stillborn children across the planet and I don't see anyone here raging about their deaths, or talking about ways we should save them too - which is the logical stance of anyone who was honestly pro-fetus in the manner you all seem to claim to be.

If it naturally dies off, nobody gives a damn, but if we artificially do the same thing, suddenly it's a horrendous crime.

loboinok said...

Yes, and what are aborted fetuses, but an ovum that doesn't come to term?

No

Yes, and what are aborted babies, but an ovum that doesn't come to term?

No

Yes, and what are aborted babies, but an egg that doesn't come to term?

No

Yes, and what are aborted babies, but an fertilized egg that is arrested development,and not allowed to come to term?

Yes, and what are aborted fetuses, but a murdered baby that isn't allowed to live?

You, and people who think like you, are the waste that should be taken out to the trash.

Leave the innocent life which hasn't yet grown to your level of evil, to grow and possibly avoid that ugly path.

Za said...

No
So they're an ovum that HAS come to term?

Yes, and what are aborted fetuses, but a murdered baby that isn't allowed to live?
No, for one, a baby would require NEURAL TISSUE. For another, babies are SELF-SUSTAINING (ie, they do not need another human for their blood to circulate). Also, babies normally have DEVELOPED ORGANS.

Fetuses, within the periods allowed for abortion, fulfil none of the above criteria. They're not even capable of thinking, let alone acting on their own.

You, and people who think like you, are the waste that should be taken out to the trash.
Congratulations - I see that you have a high level of intellectualism, and do not require to stoop to insults and insinuations about my character to make a point.

Leave the innocent life which hasn't yet grown to your level of evil, to grow and possibly avoid that ugly path.
Define "innocent" and define "life". Because in the way you are currently using it, all plants could be called "innocent life". So are most animals.

Oh, and thanks for calling me evil - you've solidified your position as someone who is capable of forming a rational argument.