Why do we not breed ourselves the same way farmers breed crops and ranchers breed animals? We have the capability to do it that way. So why don't we?In conclusion Chimera claims that those who oppose abortions are "determined to wipe humans off the face of the earth entirely". Why? Because Chimera believes fetal rights are to benefit those "genetically flawed". That's why the blog post is titled "pro choice is pro life". (Sounds quite Orwellian doesn't it?)
We breed plants and animals to be stronger and more disease resistant, so why do we insist that genetically flawed and fragile humans should not only live beyond their natural abilities, but also that they be allowed to pollute the already flawed gene pool by breeding their weaknesses right back into it?(Source)
But the fact is that about 98% of abortions are performed with no medical reasons whatsoever. Thus, even if we leave out the ethical aspect of singling out and exterminating those "genetically flawed", it turns out that Chimera & Co would rather have 98 perfectly healthy babies destroyed before they get a chance to see daylight, just to prevent a couple of "genetically flawed" babies from "polluting" the gene pool.
But there's no way the ethical questions could be avoided. Apart from such obvious question as who's going to determine which baby is ok and which one is "genetically flawed", there's also a question of where do we stop? If killing a disabled unborn is acceptable, why not killing a disabled child? If the pro-death crowd believes that people should be bred like animals or crops - what can stop them from shooting an elderly or a handicapped, just the way a cowboy in the movie shots a wounded horse?
Legal abortion (unrestricted since 1988) has already cost Canada about 3 million lives. That's nearly 10% of Canada's population. Atlantic Canada already faces a severe demographic crisis, that threatens to devastate the Maritimes financially, eventually depopulating the region. Canadian population is aging and you know what usually comes after aging... But a radical pro-abortionist like Chimera still has the audacity to claim that it's the pro-lifers who are determined to wipe humans off the face of the earth...
Chimera quotes Herbert Wells, suggesting that "we are the architects of our own destruction". If by saying "we" Chimera refers to himself and other poor-choicers, then I can't agree more. Abortion supporters are the architects of their own destruction. Too bad they drag others down with them.