Monday, May 09, 2005

'Protecting the lives of others is fundamental to civilization'

Here's a good piece about the value of human life. Similar to the Nazis, we are moving further and further away from the protection of ALL human life, no matter how vulnerable, weak, dependent, or burdensome.

These days, we're less likely to take care of others and more likely to kill them. This all flows from a rejection of intrinsic human worth, a byproduct of the materialist worldview. Indeed, Darwinism has given credence to the sick culture of death; check out the book "From Darwin to Hitler."

The pro-death lineup is substantial: Peter Singer. Michael Schiavo. Dutch physicians. The Democratic Party. And the everlasting memory of Adolf Hitler.

Such forces must be stopped.

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