Monday, 23 January 2017

Morality Concerning Unborn Children

"Their simple, narrow-minded rejection of all attempts to better working conditions, to introduce safety devices on machines, to prohibit child labor and protect the woman, at least in the months when she was bearing the future national comrade under her heart, contributed to drive the masses into the net of Social Democracy which gratefully snatched at every case of such a disgraceful attitude." --The Fuhrer "Mein Kampf" 

A 'woman's right to choose' concerns her body and the fetus that grows in her body, or embryo. Whatever term you use to call it, it remains an unborn child, a human being in early stages of development. The dehumanization of embryos in the womb is (to me) absolutely disgusting. Women who speak of Planned Parenthood, of abortion, of terminating the life of a human being and who reduce it to 'packages of cells' 'non-sentient' even 'non-viable' echo a concept not only of social engineering (I know Hitler was for abortion as well, but in a self aware concept of social engineering) but also of moral superiority. A life that is fully-formed and viable should be allowed to have rights and to be born, but before then, it's not life, it's not a person, and can be terminated for the sake of a 'choice'. 

I've spoken about abortion, and I've thought about it a lot and in the end, my Alt-Right side does win out but remains Christianized as well. Abortion is murder every single time. But, it is also immoral to bring a sub-human into the world. Down's Syndrome babies should be aborted for numerous reasons that are obvious, but they should not be dehumanized. They are sacrificed on the altar of greatness, of human and societal progress and cohesive strength. This sacrifice is what makes abortion a good thing for those who seek greatness in a society, who want to advance technology and perhaps colonize Mars, who want to abolish barbaric foes from the East from existence and perpetuate a legacy of pale hominids to lead an ethnonationalist race into a morally, spiritually and artistically superior utopia. 

They try to make everything sound easy and detached. Abortions themselves happen with analgesics and they even drug the woman to the point where she doesn't remember it happening. Imagine if she was awake the entire time and conscious? Imagine if they described everything that happened when they were doing it and that they would show her the cut-up fetus? I don't think many women would want abortions after that. It's part of this whole 'no shame' game. Women shouldn't be shamed for being pregnant, after all, it's their choice whether they want to be mothers or not. This idea of a woman's choice is giving a moral authority to women, all of women over the life of another human being. This kind of power is totally out of their reach.  

I finish writing this post with the #WomensMarch in mind that has happened a few days ago. It is so ironic that these mostly liberal women were out marching for pro-choice, when in reality, they are committing the murder of baby girls, of potential women, often ruthlessly. I know abortions are sometimes necessary, but the disgusting 'reasoning' liberals have in order to say that women shouldn't feel guilty about killing a potential human being are often hypocritical and shows ableist favouritism

They go as such:

1. The embryo/fetus is not 'human' or 'conscious' yet, therefore we can end its 'not really life' because the life of a full-blown woman is more important. 

In this, the dehumanization and objectification of the fetus is normalized, unlike how feminists desire to be treated by men. So why are feminists using this sort of justification on unborn children? Because they hate children and see children as burdens, much like Buddha did

2.   Body autonomy! It's my body, no one can force me to have this child! 

(Except that it takes a professional and some money to cut out the unborn child from your uterus in the most unnatural way ever.)

3. It's actually selfish to put an unwanted child into the world. 

'Unwanted' pregnancies, unwanted children, unwanted before they have the chance to be born, to be seen by their ungrateful mothers. There is something very disturbed about women who do not desire to be pregnant but go ahead and have unprotected sex

"If you're smart enough to put on a condom, you're smart enough not to." --Richard Spencer 

Are there legitimate reasons to have an abortion? Yes. This is why abortion needs to be legal and performed in certain cases. I do not advocate for abortions at all, like I said, I think it is gross, immoral and spiritually/emotionally/psychologically damaging. All of these, however, can be argued to be poor reasons, I guess you could say my NRx/Alt-Right side has a desire for slight Eugenics despite everything.

1. The baby is very unhealthy or has a serious condition, like Down's Syndrome. 
2. The baby is killing the mother. (Eclampsia)
3. It is a rape child. (Although stats say rape children are 100% loved, and many women who have had their rape children feel better about the rape, for love and tenderness came from it)
4. The baby will be mixed-race. (For reasons of preserving social cohesion, if you live in a 97% white place, your child might be out of place, and that's unfortunate for them.)  
 Having a child is beautiful, highly rewarding and gives you motivation to be the best that you can be. It is part of human nature and part of being an adult. It gives you responsibility to your spouse and to others than yourself, focusing your energy outward instead of inward. Abortions are unnatural, they divide people, they force immorality on those who perform and receive them. Please reconsider your abortion, because that embryo within you is your child, and they are beautiful!

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