From a Washington, DC, law firm website:
This type of pregnancy malpractice occurs in the prenatal stage, when a doctor fails to accurately warn the parents of their child’s impending birth defects or conditions. If the parents would have avoided or terminated a pregnancy due to that knowledge of the birth defects or conditions, the parents may have a wrongful birth claim.
Since doctors have a duty to inform their patients of potential risks in the coming childbirth, a failure to do so is considered malpractice, and the parents may be eligible to receive compensation for the added expenses that come with care of a child with a disorder, disability, or birth defect.
What these inhuman lawyers are saying in plain english:
If your doctor fails to tell you that the child you are cradling in your womb has mental or physical challenges and that failure causes you to miss the opportunity to target your child for extermination, you might get some money for your inconvenience.
Horrifically, parents have actually won millions of dollars over the last few years because they missed the opportunity to legally kill their sons and daughters while living in the womb. Now that they’ve changed location following their birth, they are considered human beings and can no longer be legally terminated. This, according to the law, is ‘wrongful‘.
Let’s reflect on history to learn something valuable about who we’ve become…
Code named ‘Aktion T4’, the Nazi euthanasia program to eliminate ‘life unworthy of life’ at first focused on newborns and very young children. Midwives and doctors were required to register children up to age three who showed symptoms of mental retardation, physical deformity, or other symptoms included on a questionnaire from the Reich Health Ministry.
The Nazi euthanasia program quickly expanded to include older disabled children and adults. Hitler’s decree of October, 1939, typed on his personal stationary, enlarged ‘the authority of certain physicians to be designated by name in such manner that persons who, according to human judgment, are incurable can, upon a most careful diagnosis of their condition of sickness, be accorded a mercy death.’
We are literally making Adolf Hitler’s vision a reality. Children targeted for destruction in the womb because of their mental or physical traits is not about a woman’s rights, it’s about killing the disabled to avoid the responsibility of caring for them. Iceland recently celebrated the fact that they now kill 100% of their children prenatally diagnosed with Down syndrome.
How much longer before being born isn’t enough to possess basic human rights, including the right to live? When we gave ourselves the right to kill our children in the womb, we gave our children the right to kill us.
Unless you want a future where killing is the answer to every difficult problem, then you need to TAKE ACTION NOW to turn this disturbing tide. Without you, all hope is lost.
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As a religious person, I do understand your atheistic approach to abortion debate, since non-religious people are of course never going to be convinced by religious arguments against abortion. The problem is, since the entire concept of the dignity and worth of a human person is heavily based on Christian doctrine (human being as an image and likeness of God, God loving each of His creatures with infinite love, charity towards neighbour, caring for the sick and the poor…), the further away we move from these roots, the harder it becomes to give any reason as to why exactly should people be considered equal and really worth anything unless they are in some way useful. Atrocities have been committed under the guise of Christianity to be sure, but last century spawned the greatest monstrosities humanity has ever witnessed – from atheistic worldview. Arguably the greatest and most insidious of these monstrosities, abortion, is of course still thriving and intensifying if anything (regardless of overturning Roe v. Wade in US earlier this year). Humanism cannot in the long run cater for the value of each and every human being, for it is based on the admiration and harnessing of human potential and capabilities, implicitly excluding those who possess no potential and/or capabilities, i.e. the weakest among us.