Thursday, January 03, 2013

Future World: No unwanted babies, no abortions by Louis Evan Palmer

Modern medicine is approaching the time when it can grow a fetus to a full-term baby. When we can do that,
and safely store (i.e. freeze) the fetus, we could save and mature every fetus. No-one would die. The unfair assignment of blame and woe and evil to the unborn baby, especially in cases of forced sexual relations, would greatly diminish. There could be a much needed population boost in the advanced countries where abortion is more prevalent.

The deadly side of semantics would hopefully, for this area, fade away. Whoever says that words don't kill does not know anything about social dynamics. Words kill constantly and in myriad ways. The key is always to disguise the killing and stealing and suppression by calling it by another name, preferably righteous challenging words that discourage dissent; preferably words that can be shouted to resolutely drown out every contrary squeak.

Come good Future World and hold off the selfish malice and free the unjustly castigated.

Future World:  No unwanted babies, no abortions, Louis Evan Palmer, The Way It Can Be,
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Copyright 2013 Louis Evan Palmer. He lives in Ontario Canada. His short stories have appeared in numerous publications.