If your argument is that we should be killing babies because they might end up poor, I’m wondering what’s stopping you from wiping out the homeless population. If your standard of whether someone should live or die is their probable quality of life, why stop in the womb?

— Allie Beth Stuckey

Posted by cultureshift

A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.

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  1. It may be already happening, in an indirect way, because many homeless die from neglect and the elements and no one seems to care… Our society keeps making rules that make people homeless, for real… I know someone who had a cabin especially built for their health problems. It was on a friend’s property. A contractor across the street had the county condemn it while she & her family were out of town, only for the reason that they had accidently put it in the right-of-way on the property. They came back & they were not allowed to live in it. They have lived in campgrounds ever since, & are now in a parking lot; they are always cold… Everyone says they want to help the homeless, but does anything really change when houses & property are too expensive and covenants keep people from being able to put up appropriate & affordable shelters? And then they keep shutting down tent cities, even ones that are operating & well-organized…. I know it sounds morbid, but I think they really would prefer people die under the disguise that they want to help… They just won’t admit it!


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