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May 7, 2007

On Playing God

Topics: Abortion

Earlier today when I linked to David Thompson's post on a bizarre briefing paper advocating the limiting of human reproduction for controlling global warming (suggesting that having three or more children is an "eco-crime), the first thing that flashed through my mind was the UN's recent argument for abortion before the Nicaraguan Supreme Court. Although to some the connection is a bit of a stretch, nonetheless I can just see the liberal eco-nutcases at the UN pushing a global agenda to reduce global warming by encouraging abortion, or mandating that having more than two children is an eco-crime. So with this in mind, "April's" (hat tip) email just a while ago with the below video links was both timely and fortuitous. She may have been thinking thoughts similar to my own.

This video has apparently been around awhile, but for those who value life and children, it's still worth watching:

And if you happen to know someone who is thinking about having an abortion - ask them to watch this, and turn up their speakers: On Abortion and Prolife - "Morning has broken"

Kim notes at Wizbang that the Europeans are already breeding themselves right out of existence: "British and European couples to not have many children, he's encouraging a Muslim majority in Europe. Muslims are breeding faster than any other population and are moving to Europe, France especially, in record numbers. The only reason France's birth is so high is due to Muslim birth rates. Even in 2004, this was seen as a serious issue. Additionally, Mark Steyn took the analysis even further. The European countries that have the highest birth rates also have the highest numbers of Muslims."

Related: Having large families 'is an eco-crime'

Others blogging on the "eco-crime" story: Michelle Malkin and Tim Worstall.

Posted by Richard at May 7, 2007 11:57 AM

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