Eyes to See/Ears to Hear

In order to combat my annoyance over the unwillingness of media outlets to tell the truth and avoid letting their bias rule, as well as to have an outlet for my very (at times) wordy self, this blog has been created by yours truly. This will be an accounting of events in the world, my country, and my little piece of the world as best as I can see it, hear it, and relay it.

Location: United States

Friday, February 11, 2005

I obtained this picture from a website having to do with human reproduction and whose gestation age I wonder if those who pass by this site now and again, have any idea of.

The reason I chose the former words to describe the unborn is due to how media, (mostly Big Media) and pro-abortion people, tend to de-humanize the unborn by the words they use to describe the unborn child in the various stages of development. Granted that embryo and fetus are both common and legitmate words used to describe the unborn, I am sure most of us are aware of how these words continue to be used to cover up the humanity of a fetus, and worse, keep us, in a sense, unable to be moved by the 'fetus' separate and helpless position in the womb.

For some time I have had this blog now and the main gist of where I stand on all things is directly related to the cries of the unborn which so many in the world today refuse to hear. Therefore I thought it about time I got to the point.

While it is true that i am interested in many of the issues of today, the most important one, as far as I am concerned and as far as my fellow human beings should be, is the current crisis in our nation of the legality of the murder of innocent and unborn children by abortion.

It should be becoming increasingly apparent to even some abortion advocates that there is something very strange about urging woman to commit this crime against their own child while pocketing the $$ from accomodating her 'choice'.

A few other things that should be quite obvious to anyone with eyes that are willing to see and ears that can still hear is that when it comes to abortion that is the only decision, so how can it be all about choice? There is also a reluctance in the medical community as well as in government agencies to publish findings of various studies that abortion can increase a woman's risk of breat cancer. With breast cancer being a major killer of women in America you would think that it would be important to follow up on this sort of information. However, there is suppression of this information at some of the highest levels of government and medical associations, all in the name of protecting this 'choice'. Abortion also continues to be the only unregulated medical procedure in our country, one that flys in the face of all things having to do with safe and sanitary surgical procedures, and one that the medical community shrugs at; well not the entire medical community, but generally speaking no one hears about unsanitary conditions, untrained staff, and lack of life-saving equipment at many of these places where this 'procedure' occurs.

In the end though, the abortion decision has nothing to do with choice, when the other human being involved in this situation doesn't have their needs taken into consideration whatsoever, but has everything to do with big bucks.