The Weak Link of an Unbreakable Chain

Each and every one of us follow a chain of developmental events from conception to death.

Zygote > Blastocyst > Fetus > Infant > Toddler > Adolescent > Adult [all contain the exact same DNA and are a member of the human species]

It is an indisputable fact that if our development is broken at any point along this developmental timeline, we will cease to exist. Many of those among us who were fortunate enough to reach the adolescent and adult stages of life suddenly attack the rights of those who are still at the embryonic and fetal stages of life. This is similar to someone attaining certification and acceptance into a professional organization and feeling that since they have reached their goal, others have no right to attempt to become a member. This is an unfair and immoral practice and has led to the death of millions of human beings prior to them being conferred the title of ‘baby’.

Each and every one of us knows that aborting a human being ends that person’s life. The argument swirls around who has the right to end that life. Current United States law provides that it is the mother’s right to execute her offspring prior to exiting the uterus [Doe v. Bolton]. Once the fetal head penetrates the cervix, this human being magically becomes a life worth protecting. Seconds prior to exiting the uterus, this human being may be killed without anesthesia in preparation for stillbirth.

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This is clearly not logical in most people’s minds, yet it is the law in the United States of America. It is the weak link in what should be the unbreakable chain of human development, and human morality.

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