Rights Versus Human Rights
D = "The Devil"
anti-abortion promoters claim egg rights and deny human rights.
The forced-motherhood advocates accord absolute human rights to
fertilized eggs, rights that they claim must be honored at the cost of denying
rights to the women in whose wombs these cell reside.
They claim that the egg has more legal rights than the woman.
They say we should have government laws forcing every pregnant women to
nurture the development of that cell in her womb until it has developed into a
full-grown living, breathing, human baby.
They claim to do otherwise is an act of murder that should be severely
punished by government agents.
fertilized egg is only one cell, and that one cell is smaller than a tiny pencil
dot on a piece of paper. Itís
only about one three-trillionth of a human being.
Itís so small as to be, for all practical purposes, weightless.
Thatís what the anti-abortionists call a ďpre-born baby.Ē
to a very-tiny, single cell, a new-born baby is about 3,000,000,000,000 cells [three
trillion cells] and weighs about seven pounds.
number is so big itís all but meaningless; so let me give you an analogy using
time and another using distance. When
resting, your heart beats about sixty times a minute.
At that rate, it would take over 95,000 years to reach three trillion
heartbeats ó Youíd need 95,129. 39 years to be more precise.
wonít live that long.
in your present body.
your distance analogy?
you had a piece of cord only one inch long representing the fertilized egg, to
represent the seven-pound baby youíd need a one more than 47 million miles
long, long enough to circle the Earth 1,890 times.
Thatís about half the distance from here to the sun.
second is being made to seem the same as ninety-five thousand years, and one
inch the same as 47 million miles. [95,000 years] [47,000, 000
speaking, yes. The
forced-motherhood promoters refuse to acknowledge a distinction of that
suppose I could get a redwood seed half the size of a grain of rice and sell
that to an anti-abortionist as a 37 ton tree?
doubt it. There is money involved.
Gullibility does have its limits.
are doing is like holding up the alphabet and saying, ďThese 26 letters are a
not exactly. They would also need
to add the digits, 0 to 9 and a few symbols.
am serious. Iím just not being
That single human cell functions as the instruction manual for how to
make a baby, but itís certainly not the baby itself.
Itís like the recipe isnít the cake;
like the menu in the restaurant isnít all those fully prepared meals.
like the blueprints for constructing a house are not the house itself.
Yes, I know, but the forced-motherhood promoters refuse to acknowledge
this distinction, too.
single cell depends for its very existence upon the woman in whom it resides.
youíre getting pretty good. Are
we reversing roles here, or what?
absolutely not. Tell my why the
no-choice advocates use pre-born baby instead of the correct, accurate language?
cannot speak of someone elseís intentions for there is no way to verify such
assertions; however, Iíll share with you the evidence in this matter and you
decide for yourself where the intention lies.
term ďpre-born babyĒ appears to be an intentionally fabricated deception.
Why do you
it twists the truth. It confuses
and misleads the naive, the uninformed and the gullible.
It hides the truth under an appeal to emotion, and the anti-abortionists,
like the rest of us, are well aware that when logic comes up against emotion,
emotion wins almost every time.
Also, when you examine their track record, youíll find a 2000-year-long
history of intentional deceptions, half-truths, outright lies, and criminal
behavior, including arson and murder, so given the evidence, what do you say?
evidence points toward an intention to deceive and mislead.
At a bare minimum, the term ďpre-born babyĒ definitely does not to
bring with it the complete truth. Where
did it come from?
mad it up, and now they all us it because it gives an impression that an egg and
a baby are the same thing. Itís
just another piece of emotional rhetoric designed to sell the ant-abortion story
basis do the anti-abortionists make their claims for egg rights?
base their claims on their own, personal proclamations that life begins at
It can't be?
the factual evidence?
kidding! Thereís got to be
What you see is what you get.
Then what is this personal proclamations that
accords eggs full-fledged human rights?
God's conception magic act.