“Clump Of Cells On Board”


In my neck of the wood it is becoming more frequent to see pregnant women wearing a “baby on board” badge. Whilst this is very nice, it must also be noted no one asks the women in question where is the baby they are supposed to be carrying, or whether they have forgotten him at home. Everyone knows the baby is the human being inside her mother, a human life obviously and naturally perceived as such.

Isn’t it strange that a society which so unquestioningly accepts the creature in the womb is a baby also unquestioningly allows this baby to be killed, perfectly legally and basically – if not formally – on demand?

But then again this is the same society which claims to value marriage and family, but allows perverts to live together as faggot & faggot (or lesbian and lesbian) without any problem. Par for the course, then.

Mundabor

Posted on May 24, 2013, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. It’s due to contraception-induced schizophrenia (and contraception is itself schizophrenic)

  2. “Clump of cells on board?” Seriously Mundabor, sometimes you just nail it! 🙂 Kudos.

  3. Patrick Gray

    It’s the fruit of Kant and such devilry – the baby is subjectively a baby when the mother wants to carry him, the baby’s subjectively a bundle of cells when the mother wants to salve her conscience about murdering him. Of course, we all know the baby’s objectively a baby, but this sort of nonsense is terribly prevalent. Complete madness, obviously.

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