Sick beyond belief! Medical 'ethicist' Francesca Minerva writes in British Medical Journal that newborn babies are no different to late term unborn ones (that bit's true) & so it's Ok to kill them if they are disabled or unwanted. Tell you what, she's unwanted. Is it ok to kill her?
· Thursday 1March 2012 at 12:33 via Twitter
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· Thursday at 12:37 via Twitter
"The laws of the Twelve Tables required the pater familias to ensure that "obviously deformed" infants were put to death."
One should also bear in mind that Marriage is eugenic in nature and the tolerance of Slut Single Mums is anti-eugenic in nature. Any ideology that tolerates Slut Single Mums is an ideology that condones female promiscuity, and any society that tolerates female promiscuity will sooner or later come a cropper, because they will come to be ruled by the feminine vices of hypocrisy, cowardice, prevarication, denial and irrationality.
Marriage is eugenic in just the same way that the law criminalising incest is eugenic.
‘This kind of system is not good,’ said Mr Rossli, whose only trip outside Malaysia before the attack on his son was a tour of duty in Bosnia in the Nineties
‘I believe if you are physically well, if there is nothing wrong with you, you should work. They shouldn’t give money to people who can work but don’t.
‘You should only give this money to the right people – people who are disabled, people who are ill, people who are in hardship. But not to people who are well and can work, but choose not to.’
Asked what he thought of the youths who attacked his son, Mr Rossli said: ‘It is up to parents to raise their children. Children need to be taught civic responsibility and discipline as they grow up.’
And he was also critical of the police. ‘The police in Malaysia would have taken action sooner,’ he said.
‘Your police let it grow and grow until it was out of control. I don’t understand why people were allowed to run riot and rob in that way.
'Here in Malaysia the police can catch you and grab you if you do something wrong. But in Britain it seems that you cannot.’
Malaysia’s government is known for being authoritarian, but Mr Rossli said: ‘After this happened, people asked Ashraf why he went outside when there were riots and he replied, “Because in Malaysia we are always free to walk outside”.
'We have a tough government in Malaysia, but when something like this happens, they take action. They don’t let it get out of control. The streets are safe.’