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  • Pro-abortionismists How many euphemisms are required to replace baby and kill?

    Latin fetus is offspring/baby in English

    Womb is Uterus



    Using a political argument is a fail.

    Originally posted by Tyrrho View Post

    The fetus doesn't become a person until it is born. And the term "human being" is synonymous with "person".

    ^^^ person definition is highly arbitrary. So the unborn baby doesn't have brain activity? Human brain activity? What are those trillion neurons doing?


    How do you prove the undelivered baby is not human and not a being?

    You appeal to euphemisms.


    Access to reproductive healthcare
    Family planning
    Birth control
    The Pill
    Induced miscarriage
    Restoring the menses
    Taking care of the problem
    Save the life of the mother
    Reproductive freedom
    medically appropriate abortion
    inconsistent with life
    Garbage euphemism flavored hype and jargon

    Can't mention killing baby

    “Evacuate the Contents of the uterus”
    “potential human being” = huh?
    “A woman’s choice whether or not to carry the pregnancy” (or “continue the pregnancy”)
    “Potential life”
    “clean out the remains” or “dispose of the remains”
    “Hooverized” California High School Expression for an abortion
    “A woman has the right to choose what she wants to do with her body” (but only if it’s her baby’s body i.e. she DOESN’T have the right to take drugs or several other things… that makes sense… NOT)
    “My body, my baby, my choice” -> planned parenthood slogan I saw on a car – what’s wrong with this? If a woman says “my baby” she’s (1) acknowledged her baby is human and hers and (2) she’s bonded with her baby already… like duh…
    “I’m personally against abortion but I respect a woman’s right” (maybe many women would rather NOT have that choice – studies seem to suggest this i.e. that 60 percent or greater are coerced into abortion by irresponsible fathers or family members).
    or “I’m personally against abortion but I feel I cannot force my morals on other people” (what about forcing your morals on a helpless unborn child – that’s OK?) –> the cop-out used by some of the politicians.

    A person is a being that has certain capacities or attributes such as reason, morality, consciousness or self-consciousness, and being a part of a culturally established form of social relations such as kinship, ownership of property, or legal responsibility.

    So when the mom is having a C-section under general, she is NOT a person. She is not a human being according to wacko pro-abortion political constructs.(watch them poop during stage III Plane III)

    Human beings won't poo in public!!!



    https://gerardnadal.com/2010/05/31/h...-can-you-list/

  • #2
    Originally posted by Nouveau View Post
    ^^^ person definition is highly arbitrary. So the unborn baby doesn't have brain activity? Human brain activity? What are those trillion neurons doing?
    I never claimed that the fetus doesn't have brain activity.

    How do you prove the undelivered baby is not human and not a being?
    I never claimed that it is not human, nor that it is not a being. The term "human being" means more than "human and a being".

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    • #3
      So The Royal Society of Euphemism Generators is run by crude one trick pony Quacks. Dilate and suction out parts.

      Real surgeons take babies out, perform surgery and place the baby back in the safe place and continue until toward full term delivery.


      This baby had a large tumor removed. Was put back.

      https://www.catholic.org/news/hf/fam...y.php?id=71611


      The tumor, known as sacrococcygeal teratoma (SCT), was diverting blood from Lynlee's body, raising her risk of heart failure.



      In an interview shared by the Texas Children's Hospital, Boemer said: "They saw something on the scan, and the doctor came in and told us that there was something seriously wrong with our baby and that she had a sacrococcygeal teratoma.

      "And it was very shocking and scary, because we didn't know what that long word meant or what diagnosis that would bring."

      Boemer, who was already distraught after losing the child's twin earlier in the pregnancy, was frightened to learn of Lynlee's condition.
      sales pitch and pressure to abort

      Boemer and her husband Jeff met with doctors at Texas Children's Fetal Center in Houston after other specialists attempted to persuade them to abort the tiny life.

      Dr. Darrell Cass, the co-director of Texas Children's Fetal Center and associate professor of surgery, pediatrics and obstetrics and gynecology at Baylor College Medicine, explained: "This is the most common tumor we see in a newborn. Even though it's the most common we see, it's still pretty rare."

      So rare that SCT is only found in one out of every 35,000 births.
      So it they see a problem the pressure abortion.



      There are so many procedures abortionists can't perform One trick. Kill a baby and suction.

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      • #4
        So a fetus which is latin for baby prevents the English word baby until delivery.

        These quacks are not rational.

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        • #5
          While Lynlee was trying to grow in her mother's womb, the tumor was stealing the child's blood in an attempt to grow as well, making life "a competition."

          Cass explained somebabies die due to lack of proper blood flow, which results in heart failure. The tumor attached to Lynlee's spine was so large, doctors knew something had to be done.

          Boemer realized the importance of getting her child help when, at 23-weeks, Lynlee's heart began to suffer.

          Political extremists can't tolerate reference to baby and child. Surgeons and parents aren't stupid.

          All farm kids in the first grade know when mom is pregnant it is a baby.

          Lynlee was not a mere glob of cells.

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          • #6
            What is the political definition of"person"??

            What is the biological definition?

            Can our Wizard from Harvard test a biopsy to see it it is from a person?

            At Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital, we care for mothers and their children, even before they are born, with our award winning, high-quality maternity services.
            I suspect they know what they are doing and don't rely on propaganda from abortion mills who don't know how to do deliveries and run nurseries.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Tyrrho View Post
              I never claimed that the fetus doesn't have brain activity.


              I never claimed that it is not human, nor that it is not a being. The term "human being" means more than "human and a being".
              So no justification for terminating a human life?
              "Now, what is the Sacrament of the Altar!
              Answer: It is the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, in and under the bread and wine which we Christians are commanded by the Word of Christ to eat and to drink."

              Martin Luther "The Large Cathechism"

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ignatius View Post
                So no justification for terminating a human life?
                I'm not terminating a human life.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Tyrrho View Post

                  I'm not terminating a human life.
                  What are you terminating then?
                  "Now, what is the Sacrament of the Altar!
                  Answer: It is the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, in and under the bread and wine which we Christians are commanded by the Word of Christ to eat and to drink."

                  Martin Luther "The Large Cathechism"

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                  • #10
                    Pro-abortion radicals can't post additions to euphemism glossary but toss out newly discovered criteria to earn Human status

                    Originally posted by vibise View Post

                    A fetus is not the equivalent of a born, breathing human being. A fetus is distinguished by being in an early stage of development and is incomplete.

                    The ME I am today or the ME I was when born are not equivalent to the developing fetus that eventually became ME, but was not ME then.

                    Biologists like me recognize that a fetus is different from an independent person, and so does the law.

                    Political extremists don't dare discuss men and women are "different"

                    Head of Harvard in deep trouble when he said women are 'different"

                    Equivalent. lol


                    You are not equivalent to me in math or science.

                    The president of Harvard University has provoked a furore by arguing that men outperform women in maths and sciences because of biological difference, and discrimination is no longer a career barrier for female academics.

                    Lawrence Summers, a career economist who served as treasury secretary under President Clinton, has a reputation for outspokenness.
                    I can't understand why Harvard was tight with pedo Epstein.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ignatius View Post

                      What are you terminating then?
                      I'm not terminating anything.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ignatius View Post

                        So no justification for terminating a human life?
                        They are sacrificed at the altar of "choice". They scream bloody murder because Obama put kids in cages but sucking their brains out and hacking them into little pieces? No problem.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Tyrrho View Post

                          I'm not terminating anything.
                          So you're saying there isn't any human life inside the womb of a preganant woman?
                          "Now, what is the Sacrament of the Altar!
                          Answer: It is the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, in and under the bread and wine which we Christians are commanded by the Word of Christ to eat and to drink."

                          Martin Luther "The Large Cathechism"

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ignatius View Post

                            So you're saying there isn't any human life inside the womb of a preganant woman?
                            No, I'm saying I'm not the one doing the terminating.

                            Here's why it matters. Your original statement was "So no justification for terminating a human life?" But the question before me isn't whether there is justification for terminating a human life, so much as whether there is justification for preventing a woman and her doctor from doing so.

                            I don't consider the fact that it is a "human life" to be sufficient, in and of itself.

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                            • #15
                              Your abortion chambers kill babies in the uterus and a doc who kills a lot admits it.



                              Originally posted by Tyrrho View Post

                              I'm not terminating anything.
                              Abortionists do.

                              Your kult is keenly aware and that is why so much energy with politics and fiddling with the dictionary.

                              Unrepentant abortionist: I am a 'baby' killer

                              America's best-known abortionist has calmly admitted that he has "no problem" killing a baby in the womb.


                              Carhart: "The baby has no input in this, as far as I'm concerned."

                              Andersson: "But it's interesting that you use the term 'baby' because a lot of abortionists won't use that. They'll use the word 'fetus' because they don't want to acknowledge that."

                              Carhart: "I think that it is a baby, and I use it with the patients."

                              Andersson: "And you don't have a problem killing …"

                              Carhart: "Oh, absolutely not."

                              Andersson: "… a baby."

                              Carhart: "I have no problem if it's in the mother's uterus."

                              https://onenewsnow.com/pro-life/2019...-a-baby-killer


                              Carhart runs a dirty clinic. Filthy. He has political protection so people will not mess with him.





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