Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Public ignored; full steam ahead for embryonic sacrifice

Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow -
The National Institutes of Health has issued guidelines for research on human embryos. One pro-family spokesman accuses NIH of ignoring the public on the matter. The guidelines, which are based on a presidential executive order, open the door for research that pro-life groups have fought against for years. Dr. David Prentice of the Family Research Council tells OneNewsNow those guidelines set up a system that creates an incentive for embryonic sacrifice. He goes on to say NIH simply did not listen to the public.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It was inevitable that the day would come when the manipulation of human life for the advantage of some became a reality since our society and culture has destroyed the very foundations and norms necessary to respect human life and human dignity.

Science has replaced God and in the religion of science, if it is possible, it will be done.

Man's longing to allievate all pain and suffering and extend life beyond a few decades had been checked by establishing moral and ethical boundaries. Now, there are no boundaries. If one class of human beings must be sacrificed in order to benefit another class, so be it.

This attitude began with legalizing abortion which necessitated denying the humanity of the unborn in order to make it appear morally and ethically acceptable to kill one class of human beings to satisfy the desires of another class of human beings.

Thus, it is perfectly logical that with the religion of science the dominant religion, with no moral or ethical boundries upon which science and technology will not cross, and the legal killing of one class of human beings for the advantage of another class of human beings, the next step is to destroy more human beings in the name of science and progress in order to advantage others in the preferred human classes.