Friday, April 13, 2007

Abortion: A Moral Duty And The Ultimate Motherly Act

"Last year I had an abortion, and I can honestly say it was one of the least difficult decisions of my life. I’m not being flippant when I say it took me longer to decide what work-tops to have in the kitchen than whether I was prepared to spend the rest of my life being responsible for a further human being."

This—and much more—appears in a story in today’s TimesOnline.

This abortion apologetic by Caitlan Moran is simply another attempt to twist logic in order to assuage the conscience of a child murderer. Perhaps one can sympathize somewhat with the mother who is truly a victim—with her child—of a rabid abortion culture, but when feminist writers kill their children and broadcast it to the world as something of which to be proud, it becomes ugly and disgusting.

At ALL costs, the feminist cabal have to defend their ground. If just one high profile “pro-choicer” steps out of line, and makes a concession which threatens the sacred rite of abortion, the Feminazi police must be called in.

The author writes,

On Wednesday, More4 broadcast Travels with My Camera — A Matter of Life and Death, a “personal journey” by the journalist Miranda Sawyer. This was heralded by a piece in The Observer, written by Sawyer, explaining the purpose of her quest.

Sawyer has found herself — while still ultimately agreeing that women should be able to have abortions — becoming more troubled by the pro-life argument.


It’s odd, because, since I had children, I’ve found myself becoming much
less troubled by the pro-life argument.

I blogged about Miranda Sawyer’s journey towards the truth earlier this week. But fellow feminist Caitlan Moran cannot allow Sawyer’s concession to pass unchallenged.

There’s no doubt that Ms. Moran is an accomplished wordsmith. Her smooth writing, replete with “motherly” touches, sentimentality and emotional invective, is certain to keep the deceived in a euphoric state every time they perform their “motherly duty.” Many of the remarks in her comments box will certify that to be the case. Thankfully there are a few sane people who also left comments on behalf of the unborn who pay the ultimate price for Ms. Moran’s “freedom to choose.”

Ms. Moran and several other Times writers host a blog entitled AlphaMummy.

This TimesOnline story appears in their blog today under the title Why I believe abortion is part of being a good mother.

Read the article and comments. Overall its a study in utterly corrupt thinking.


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