Thursday, September 14, 2006

The Brave New World of Peter Singer

For years now, those of us on the conservative, pro-life side of the abortion/euthanasia/assisted suicide equations have been warning about the slippery slope inherent when the value and sanctity of innocent life is dismissed. Slippery slope arguments are often derided, which is interesting because they end up being right more often than not.

Below is a link to a WND article about Princeton "bioethicist" Peter Singer and his advocacy of killing the deformed even after birth. One has to wonder if he'll start advocating snuff films next. If you want a glimpse into the brave new world people like this have to offer, read on. And keep in it's the deformed baby. Tomorrow, it will be the elderly, the mentally handicapped, the physically handicapped, and anyone else who isn't up to snuff in the eyes of tomorrow's society.



Jonathan M said...

Thanks for posting on my site. :-)

crownring said...

Hi Sola,

This guy sounds like that bizarre nut in the NouthWest who said people over 75 had the obligation to off themselves for the sake of preserving health care for the younger generations. What can I say besides it appears the worth of a human life is being discounted further every day?