New Zealand Researchers Experiment on Aborted U.S. Babies
Abortion is justified in the average, uninformed American mind with the silly assertion that unborn embryos and fetuses are not really human beings. Remarkably, a number of these "inhuman" U.S. fetuses are now being sold to New Zealand where researchers at Auckland University are using them to improve their understanding of HUMAN vision loss.
Is that not ironic?
Unwanted, unborn human beings have been dehumanized to such an extent that their systematic destruction is tolerated and championed by "civilized society". Once they're dead, however, they're suddenly human enough to be sold and used for researching a cure to human disease and degeneration.
You can read the disturbing details yourself straight from the New Zealand Herald.
A three-year, state-funded, $827,930 grant made this human trade possible. The program is justified in part by the assertion that no New Zealand fetuses are being used in the research (as if using aborted fetuses from America is somehow less problematic). The Canterbury District Health Board's clinical director of gynaecology and oncology, Dr Michael Laney, proudly proclaims, "We made a pact years ago that we were determined not to be seen to be making money out of these women."
I guess American abortion providers can't say the same thing.Just as European Jews weren't "human enough" to live in Nazi Germany, so unwanted, unborn children are not "human enough" to live in the world today. Exterminated Jews, of course, were plenty human enough to satisfy the diabolical needs of Dr. Joseph Mengele and the Nazi "medical" community, and aborted children today are being used for the same utilitarian purposes. No matter how you look at it, abortion is an ugly business.
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