Abortion - The End of the Slippery Slope

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People can and will justify their actions in almost every way. Here we have people defending murder. Murder of infants. Murder of those who can't speak for themselves. Murder of those who can't defend themselves. Murder of those who did nothing wrong, but live. It's shocking. But more than that, it's tragic.
Remember that experiment they did in the 50's, to see what people were capable of? What they were capable of when they couldn't *see* other person? You know the one - a scientist tells someone to "shock" a person as part of an experiment if they answer wrong. At first people felt a little apprehensive about it, but under the guise of "science" and with bit of encouragement from the "professional" they were more than happy to shock the other person - even when they heard the screams and wails from the other side begging them to stop.

Well guess what folks? You're all part of the experiment. And you've failed. You've failed bigtime. And it's not just shocking someone. Now it's murder. You've been duped, hood-winked, and tricked into believing that it's OK to kill someone. Just a bunch of cells right? It's merciful right? They don't feel anything right? The 'ole propaganda machine got to you. The one you thought you were wise to. But you're just part of the machine. And you're going right along with the plan.
 





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People can and will justify their actions in almost every way. Here we have people defending murder. Murder of infants. Murder of those who can't speak for themselves. Murder of those who can't defend themselves. Murder of those who did nothing wrong, but live. It's shocking. But more than that, it's tragic.
Agreed.

Only a truly wicked, evil person would justify murder of an innocent baby.

It is disappointing to see how cold people’s hearts have grown.
 





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Remember that experiment they did in the 50's, to see what people were capable of? What they were capable of when they couldn't *see* other person? You know the one - a scientist tells someone to "shock" a person as part of an experiment if they answer wrong. At first people felt a little apprehensive about it, but under the guise of "science" and with bit of encouragement from the "professional" they were more than happy to shock the other person - even when they heard the screams and wails from the other side begging them to stop.

Well guess what folks? You're all part of the experiment. And you've failed. You've failed bigtime. And it's not just shocking someone. Now it's murder. You've been duped, hood-winked, and tricked into believing that it's OK to kill someone. Just a bunch of cells right? It's merciful right? They don't feel anything right? The 'ole propaganda machine got to you. The one you thought you were wise to. But you're just part of the machine. And you're going right along with the plan.
I had no idea of that experiment .

That is terrifying that people would do that. I wonder if that is why people often refer to TBTB as “the machine”?

It’s referenced everywhere in pop culture: the song by Pink Floyd, the band Rage Against the Machine, etc...
 





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People can and will justify their actions in almost every way. Here we have people defending murder. Murder of infants. Murder of those who can't speak for themselves. Murder of those who can't defend themselves. Murder of those who did nothing wrong, but live. It's shocking. But more than that, it's tragic.
I spent time with a friend this week whose child is on drugs, heavily. The steps taken to get to that point have been so many repeated denials of reality that they are thirty feet down into the hole they have dug for themselves. It will take so much work just to hit the zero mark. It reminded me of those who argue for the right to murder babies. They have chosen blindness. They have chosen to deny truth and accept a lie, thus hardening their hearts repeatedly. One can just speak truth then brush the dust from the feet and go forward. Judgment and repercussions will come but at least many have tried to warn. The sad thing is that the more someone hardens their heart, the harder they become and the less likely it will be that they will own the truth. :(