CBR “moron” explains prenatal development at George Mason University
[This story was submitted by CBR Virginia Project Director Ruby Nicdao.]
As is usual for the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP), some were hostile at George Mason University (GMU). One called me a“moron” after I gave her one of our GAP brochures (How Can You Compare Abortion to Genocide).
I asked, “How am I a moron?” She said she would come back later and tell me why. A couple of hours later, she returned with a 2-page list of expenses necessary to raise a child and a number of photos of miscarried babies. None of it addressed the question of whether it is OK to decapitate and dismember little human beings. Nor the question of when, during a child’s development, it becomes no longer OK to kill that child. Nor the question of what criterion should decide who can be killed and who must be protected.
Our discussion centered like most discussions I have with the students: “Is the fetus in the womb human? And if so, it is wrong to kill it?”
Hopefully, I planted enough seeds for her to finally see the light! I also gave her the When Does Human Life Begin? handout, which provides references from medical textbooks, medical professionals, abortion advocates, and even abortionists themselves, all admitting life begins at fertilization. For example, Dr. Arthur Morris, Jr. was an abortionist who said, “Life begins with fertilization and abortion is legalized destruction of life.” (Asheville Citizen-Times, April 4, 1976.)
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