PP Blog Editor: Millennial students CAN believe in “Thou shalt Not Kill“, but only when it concerns themselves! When it comes to babies they can think up all kinds of justifications for murdering them. Why do they hate cute innocent babies so much that they want to kill them? Because babies are a little bit of work and responsibility? Babies cramp your style if all you want to do is fuck.
Baby murder is a legalised form of selfishness. The ancient Canaanites were famous for it, even the females. And the Jews in Baylonian exile too! I guess they were all tired of having to take care of so many babies in times without birth prevention pills, and so they were not against throwing them in the furnace flames of the idol Baal or to sacrifice them to Moloch.
These Berkeley students would feel bad about that kind of family planning, because they were out of the womb. I guess they feel they can get away with it inside the womb because they can’t see the murder themselves, done inside the womb. But I guarantee you the so-called “doctors” that commit these baby murders in their name, sure see the blood and bloody body parts after they vacuum the womb. But I guess the students don’t get to see it.
Ben Shapiro’s Answer To Student’s Abortion Question Is Epic
A student asked conservative commentator Ben Shapiro a question about abortion at his Berkeley speech Thursday night, prompting Shapiro to engage in rapid-fire dialogue with the student.
“Any time you draw any line other than the inception of the child, you end up drawing a false line that can also be applied to adults,” Shapiro said. “So either human life has intrinsic value or it doesn’t.”
Shapiro asked the student if he could at least agree that adult life has intrinsic value, to which the student responded that he believes “sentience” — the ability to perceive or feel things — gives something moral value, rather than being a human alone.
“Ok, so when you’re asleep, can I stab you?” Shapiro asked, to which the student responded in the negative.
“Ok, if you are in a coma from which you may awake, can I stab you?” Shapiro then asked.
“Well then … uhhh, no,” the student replied. “But that’s still potential sentience!”
“Do you know what else has potential sentience? Being a fetus,” Shapiro said.