In Your Face

By • Jan 4th, 2016 • Category: Observations

In Your Face

InYourFaceNewYorker @InYourFaceNYer
@RichardDawkins @AidanMcCourt I honestly don’t know what I would do if I were pregnant with a kid with Down Syndrome. Real ethical dilemma.

Richard Dawkins ✔ @RichardDawkins
@InYourFaceNYer Abort it and try again. It would be immoral to bring it into the world if you have the choice.
9:53 AM – 20 Aug 2014

As long as Richard Dawkins believes he has the right to recommend the termination of a Down Syndrome baby – and like all the rest of us, Richard’s tirades are a deep reflection of his beliefs – we all might want to take pause and take a deep look into this man’s belief system and its integrity.

This is a man who is so condescending to those who have experienced a spiritual journey in their sojourn here – that he refuses to even sit down and politely discuss the merits of his beliefs based on the idea that he and his colleagues have the true knowledge of “science” – and the rest of us are in tutelage at best, and worthy of nothing more than the snuffing out of our life and subsequent journey here, by “Science”, if by that same science we are deemed undesirable.

It shows you what little Richard Dawkins knows about morality – or about life itself.

Richard’s defense is typical of the kinds of tutelage we are subjected to when one of our controllers makes a slip of the tongue – but don’t be deceived, for in the tongue is the heart of the matter – and in the heart are the issues of life – the very issues that poor Richard tries his best to understand. Richard’s defense:

Richard Dawkins ✔ @RichardDawkins
Apparently I’m a horrid monster for recommending WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENS to the great majority of Down Syndrome fetuses. They are aborted.
11:47 AM – 20 Aug 2014

So much for the integrity of “Science.” Remember, these are the people who are promising a naturally evolving immortality – one in which they are the architects and builders, a beautiful world dominated by the kind of morality that Richard espouses – one that apparently has the power and authority to make the choices of life and death – and not just for themselves.

You might want to ask who would be candidates for this immortality when Science delivers it through the merging of biology and technology. Richard Dawkins would, by the stretch of anyone’s imagination most certainly be high on the lists of the chosen ones. Apparently Richard’s immortality is not available for the Down Syndrome baby he wants to kill.

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