Aborted babies are being incinerated to provide electricity in the United States

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After reports a few weeks ago that aborted babies are burned to heat hospitals in the UK, today we get this:

The remains of aborted humans are being shipped to a US power facility, in order to provide electricity to Oregon residents.

The British Colombia Health Ministry has confirmed that ‘medical waste’ is sent to our country to be converted to electricity in waste-to-power plants. ‘Medical waste,’ in this brave new world of ours, includes amputated limbs, cancerous tissue, and the bodies of murdered children.

I don’t have any long tirade for you. I just need you to understand what’s happening here in your one nation under God. We are incinerating slaughtered babies so that we can charge our iPhones and power our televisions.

If we displace a few caribou to build a pipeline, or disadvantage a couple of dolphins to drill for oil, the public outrage cannot be contained. The cries of injustice and eco-treason can be heard across the land. But using the corpses of dead kids like firewood? Well, that’s just a practical cost-saving measure, now isn’t it?

God help us. And God help the sick, perverted, psychopaths who can’t recognize this for the atrocity that it is. We kill these human beings, can’t we at least treat their bodies with dignity?

I read these stories and I remember the accounts of ancient pagans burning their children alive as a sacrifice to the god Moloch.

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These are terrifying times. Don’t let yourself be too buried in piles of Tweets and selfies and Netflix binges to notice that the ship is sinking straight to hell.

In our comfort and our apathy, we scoff and say, ‘ah, it can’t be that bad.’

But it is that bad.

And it will only get worse from here if we don’t wake up.

 

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Update: LifeSiteNews reports that the Marion County Board of Commissioners have announced that the practice of burning aborted babies for power will be stopped immediately. They claim that they were unaware of the practice, but will now put it to an end.

This is a positive development, but it does not make this story any less outrageous.

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A response to the dismissive “what’s the big deal?” comments:

Look, if you don’t believe in God, and you reject the sanctity of life, and you believe that we are all nothing but a collection of random molecules, then I suppose I can’t really explain why the body of a deceased human ought to be treated with dignity. Particularly if you accept and promote abortion, I can’t tell you why dead bodies should be treated with respect, when you don’t even think living bodies should be treated with respect.

All I can do, in your case, is appeal to that natural instinct, that voice inside your head — “conscience,” it’s called — that tells you cannibalism is depraved, even if the person is already dead. What we have here is a form of Industrial Age cannibalism: using dead bodies for fuel.

All I can do is remind you that, God forbid, if your child died, or your mother, or you sister, you would be outraged in the very pit of your being if someone spit on their corpse, or defiled it in someway. By your professed logic, the act shouldn’t bother you. After all, you say, that body isn’t them. They’re gone. They are nothingness now. They don’t exist. What does it matter?

But we both know that it does matter. The only difference is that you don’t understand WHY it matters, or else you pretend not to, whereas I, and many other commenters on here, do.

I know it’s awfully cool and terribly trendy to carry on like materialistic utilitarians who scoff at totally outdated and completely old fashioned concepts like dignity and decency. I know we have this habit nowadays of thinking a thing is pointless if it can’t be ‘used’ in some manner. And, if a thing can be used, then we tend to say that it should be used, just on the principle that useless things have no right to take up space on this planet. But, again, deep in my heart, I know that deep in your heart you see this attitude for the vacant, hollow, lie that it is.

Yes, the body of a deceased human is useless. Yes, it can, apparently, be converted into electricity and, yes, electricity is useful. Yes, and so what? The Mona Lisa is useless, should we chop it up for firewood? Your grandmother isn’t nearly as useful as she once was, should we send her the farm to be put down? Music is useless, should we throw all the guitars and pianos into the inferno also?

No? Then maybe, just maybe, you really DO understand that sometimes the value of a thing has no relation to its usefulness.

What I’m saying is this: the body of a deceased child is useless, yes. But it has value. It has dignity. It deserves to be treated with respect.

Now, to those who call themselves Christians but still make excuses for this practice: you should be ashamed. Truly, you should be ashamed. Our bodies and our souls are not two separate entities. Your exterior is not some fleshy shell. Your body and your soul are in harmony with one another, and the two, together, make you you.

Jesus Christ became man, and this act forever puts to rest the debate about whether or not the human body, in and of itself, deserves to be respected and treated with dignity. God Himself took its form, forever elevating that form to something sacred. End of discussion. The argument is settled.

You are a Christian, are you not?

In any case, Christian or Jew or Muslim or Atheist, we should all be, at the very least, civilized people.

Civilized people don’t burn dead babies for fuel. They just don’t.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Truth2Freedom says:

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  3. Eric says:

    In its basic form, it is no different than cremating a body. I understand the stigma in someones head about burning a fetuses body, but we burn our deceased on a regular basis. Much like donated bodies to science, I don’t see anything wrong with it. Though the process could be cleaned up a bit. Rather than toss them out with medical waste, perhaps a mass last rights ceremony before incineration. Just as the deceased donate to the ongoing research of disease and illnesses to help better the lives of future humans, these deceased are also giving by creating energy used to power millions of homes, factories, hospitals, etc. Yes these are small human beings that never got a chance to experience life. It could have been for many reasons including medical ones. Don’t be so quick to assume that this was all the doing of some misguided 16 year old looking for a way out. But since they are humans, its no different than Great Aunt Edna’s ashes on the mantle, except instead of taking up space in a jar(not very respectful sounding either) they are provided something to the rest of the world.

    • Great Aunt Edna isn’t being used to make electricity. She’s being reverently and lovingly preserved. HUGE difference!

    • jmdoman says:

      Aunt Edna’s ashes are on the mantle because we recognize that she was Aunt Edna.
      These babies’ ashes are in the furnace because no one recognizes that they were babies.

  4. yolanda says:

    Matt you are so right once again. All I know is we will be facing judgment day before a righteous God. I can’t help but think that it will be very soon.
    Also at the rate we are killing our children , what is to stop the Muslims from taking over??? Our defenses are down on all sides. We have become a most selfish nation.

  5. Colleen says:

    Here is an update from our local paper of what happened at the county board of commissioners meeting this morning. http://www.statesmanjournal.com/story/news/politics/2014/04/24/marion-county-medical-waste/8101409/

  6. Adam says:

    Well, what exactly should we do with them? Funeral plots? Headstones? Are you going to pay for that? Should we make the women who had the abortions shell out enough money for a coffin and a funeral plot and a headstone? I’m really curious to see what your suggestions are for what we should do with aborted fetuses.

    Should we also stop cremating bodies? I mean, that’s incinerating human tissue, but the expenditure of energy only goes one way, there.

    And again, this is you waving your magic wand and making no difference between a kid playing XBOX One and a six week old fetus. Congratulations. But I’m not buying it.

    • jmdoman says:

      “Well, what exactly should we do with them? Funeral plots? Headstones?”
      YES!!!
      “Should we also stop cremating bodies? ”
      It depends. Do we use the heat and light generated from that cremation to warm our buildings? No? Then there’s no comparison, is there?
      “And again, this is you waving your magic wand and making no difference between a kid playing XBOX One and a six week old fetus.”
      So where did anyone say that? So I guess the ability to play XBox is your marker for when a human being is worthy of burial? Tell me – what’s the difference between a six-week fetus and a one-month baby? Both are totally helpless and totally dependent on their mother for EVERYTHING. Does that mean we can both kill them and also burn their bodies for fuel?
      I don’t really expect an answer.

  7. K I says:

    Matt keep up the fight in trying to point WHY this kind of stuff matters. It is a window into the “soul” of our countries…I am reminded of the quote “First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out– Because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out– Because I was not a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out– Because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me–and there was no one left to speak for me.”
    When we let society define a baby as a “clump of tissues” and let anything happen to the baby while in the mothers womb and then afterwards…what’s to stop society from next defining the handicapped or the old as “useless” and let anything happen to them? And then moving on to anyone who objects? Or minorities?

  8. To recap, if anyone hadn’t figured it out already: Mr. Walsh isn’t as concerned about ending abortion as he is about making it illegal. His right to moral indignation is apparently worth more than actually instituting practices that reduce or eliminate abortion.

    If he’s going to wheel out Moloch, then how about the Jews and their postnatal abortion option for kids who aren’t working out as well as they’d hoped:
    Deuteronomy 21:18-21, King James Version (KJV)
    18 If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son, which will not obey the voice of his father, or the voice of his mother, and that, when they have chastened him, will not hearken unto them:
    19 Then shall his father and his mother lay hold on him, and bring him out unto the elders of his city, and unto the gate of his place;
    20 And they shall say unto the elders of his city, This our son is stubborn and rebellious, he will not obey our voice; he is a glutton, and a drunkard.
    21 And all the men of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die: so shalt thou put evil away from among you; and all Israel shall hear, and fear.

    When you make the ridiculous leap that a clump of cells is a human, then I suppose a post like this is what results. Just because Mr. Walsh says it is so, doesn’t make it so.

    • Ana says:

      A clump of cells? You mean like you? A baby stops being a literal “clump of cells” and starts being a formed baby with a beating heart, brain waves, fingers, toes, eyes etc before most women even KNOW they are pregnant (take a few science classes, or heck, just Google it). Your statement is deplorable. And even more depraved is your use of the Bible to support the murder of innocent CHILDREN. What makes an unborn baby any different than a born baby? The fact that you can’t see it? I dare you to watch The Silent Scream and still tell me an unborn child is nothing but a clump of cells.

    • Glen says:

      Hahahaha way to call the death penalty for someone’s sins “postnatal abortion.” God made those laws for the Hebrews as a way to keep them in line. God was saying to punish those who refuse to be part of the answer and choose to be part of the problem. To punish even your own child so that the Hebrews would understand the severity of becoming a lazy disrespectful drunkard. He knew that only Jesus could really save them, but in the mean time he used His laws to maintain good order and discipline. They strayed regardless of God’s laws which led to the loss of their country until after WWII when Israel was reestablished. You might as well call the electric chair postnatal abortion if we’re going to label stoning just the same. And on that same note, what have these unborn babies done to deserve the death penalty? Are they lazy disrespectful drunkards? No, they are perfect and blameless. The most innocent of us. So how about we give them the chance to live before we decide to stone them. I know I’d prefer stoning over how those aborted children are killed.

    • You pretend to know the Bible to construct a religious argument against Matt, and then you fail miserably. Deuteronomy is part of the books of Moses. Most “commandments” found in these books are known as the Law of Moses. The law of Moses was fulfilled by Jesus when he came to the earth, meaning that many rules changed heavily. (No more stoning, etc. But things like no stealing and no killing stays in place) Therefore, when you use outlandish texts of scripture from the old, outdated law of Moses to try to prove a point, you kind of just sound like an idiot.

      According to the bible.

      And please do tell me how being in favor of abortion clinics is supporting practices that reduce or eliminate abortion?

  9. My 3-day-old daughter died in December and was cremated. I would have loved it if the energy generated by the cremation could have been harnessed and used for some practical purpose!

  10. Melissa says:

    You make it sound like babies are being killed to produce energy, which is NOT what is happening at all; piss-poor writing on your part. And why is it disrespectful? It’s cremation. There are over 7 billion people living right now, where do you propose we store all the dead bodies in the future? When I’m dead they have my permission to harvest any usable organs to save another’s life; they have my permission to use my dead body to teach medical sciences; they have my permission to cremate me to heat/light a city. I’d rather my dead body do some good for humanity than take away space the living could use.

    • Lizzy D says:

      This is exactly what I was thinking. We aren’t forcing people to have abortions in order to create energy; instead, we are utilizing a natural resource. I have no problem with my dead body being used to produce energy, help science, etc. It is my soul that I care about, and I’m not worried about where it is going.

    • jmdoman says:

      What would do far more good for humanity is if every human being was cherished and loved as a unique person with an immortal soul.
      These babies were thrown away like garbage. “Medical waste.”

      • Melissa says:

        What would do far more good for humanity would be if people realized our dead bodies do nothing but decompose until they are gone. Dead bodies that are buried take space away from the living. These silly superstitions are what leads to people not being organ donors and saving lives. And what is wrong with wanting your remains to do something good for the world after you’re dead? I’m an organ donor and whatever is left after that I’ve donated to medical sciences and anything left after that is to be cremated so my dead body isn’t taking space away from the living. I think that’s far better than being stuck in the ground with all my organs to rot because some people think that’s the “respectable” thing to do. You should do some research on how the body breaks down through decomposition – it’s rather a nasty process and I’d much rather be cremated.

  11. Katelyn says:

    Oh my goodness this is terrible. It’s so sick. It almost reminds me of the book The Giver except worse

  12. ntezbnggreen says:

    At least fetuses aren’t being processed into Soylent Green, well it’t not listed on the label. Hey people, just utilize the euphemism “cremation”, and the carbon cycle continues.

  13. Ty says:

    Reminds me of how Christians burned people alive at the stake for “witchcraft.”

    • Chris Wallace says:

      No. Religious Catholic leadership. But, hey, whatever makes you feel justified and intelligent.

    • jmdoman says:

      reminds me how some commentators use deflection to avoid talking about the actual issue.

  14. Carin says:

    Given the fact that a large portion of these comments find this story somehow amusing, even to the point of making snide little remarks, shows the pathetic immaturity of people in this country. I have to believe it’s due to the spoiled rotten, filthy rich, and apathetic lives we get to lead here. People can’t take anything seriously. They choose to ignore their conscience and then have to take it one step farther by trying to be the next internet comedian in the comments. Just know that there are plenty of people who completely agree with your take on this, Matt.

    • Jeremy Huff says:

      Carin…you summed up it up very well… We are over as a people, a country, and a church. Our happy, sedated, fat and full lives have led us to not taking anything serious…as the fundamental transformation of our country continues, loss of freedom, 55 million babies aborted/murdered (35 million of those African Americans), and on and on it goes…and the American church fiddles and connects in their sick pop culture sedation, while the rest of the country “lives the life”, pops pills, watches games, is more concerned about three lesbians living together, or the Kardashians and a new clothing line. We deserve what we are starting to reap…We seriously need to pray for a Awakening….or our reality will be a worthless dollar and completely failed economy, or a EMP attack or worse….and Russia and China move into to pick up what’s left of a once great people who once feared God… For all of the toolbags on this site making comments…who would laugh at the EMP…I’m a former military officer….trust me. Research on web…lots of people concerned in government…Iran testing missiles now, and without electricity 75percent of America would die off in 3-6 months… Read One Second After… We are serving up our own…karma or judgement…as a people..

  15. Ana says:

    So what are we to do Matt? I can only be so overwhelmingly disgusted at the state of this planet before I start getting depressed at the depravity of the human race. Surely the majority of humanity is not this depraved and if it is, then what can I do? I am pro-life, Catholic, and a stay at home military wife, nfp using, homeschooling mother of 6. I want to stop abortion. I want to stop birth control use. I want to stop “feminism” and teach women to embrace femininity in womanhood. I want to protect the sanctity of life, marriage, and capitalism. I want to stop the common core, government overreach, and mandatory worthlessness (like vaccines). I want to be able to pray in schools, visit the war memorials during a shutdown, and not worry about the “national debt,” or a terrorist attack! I want to stop being angry at all this filth in this and other countries and start being proactive. What is the next step? Emailing our senators? Holding protests? Starting a blog? I want my children to grow up on a planet without fear of their government or being nuked by another government! I want my children to grow up in a country where children AREN’T murdered daily by the hundreds and thousands. I don’t want my children thinking that the only way they can succeed in this world is to deny God, get on birth control/abort/refuse children, and rack up thousands in unnecessary schooling just to loose their job to someone less qualified with a different skin tone! Short of moving to a different country (I’m sure none of them fit the bill anyhow), how do I even start building a future for my children? I’m afraid it is only going to get worse. And within their generation we will hear Biblical prophesy come to light. “Blessed are the wombs that never bore. The breasts that never nursed” the future is getting to be too frightening to bear children for fear they may loose the most important thing in this world-knowing, loving, and serving the LORD. What are we supposed to do?

    • essay33 says:

      You ARE doing what “we are supposed to do,” Ana. You are raising the next generation of godly, morally upright, sound thinking young Americans. Families like yours are the hope for the future. And yes, the filth in our and other countries can seem overwhelming, but take heart. God wins in the end, you know.

    • Nic says:

      “Surely the majority of humanity is not this depraved”

      This is what the Word of God says:

      Jeremiah 17:9 – The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it?

      Mark 7:21-23 – “For from within, out of the heart of man, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, coveting, wickedness, deceit, sensuality, envy, slander, pride, foolishness. All these evil things come from within, and they defile a person.”

      Ecclesiastes 9:3 – Also, the hearts of the children of man are full of evil, and madness is in their hearts while they live, and after that they go to the dead.

      Genesis 8:21 – the Lord said in his heart, “I will never again curse the ground because of man, for the intention of man’s heart is evil from his youth.”

      Romans 8:7-8 – For the mind that is set on the flesh is hostile to God

      Isaiah 64:6 – For all of us have become like one who is unclean, And all our righteous deeds are like a filthy garment; And all of us wither like a leaf, And our iniquities, like the wind, take us away.

    • jmdoman says:

      I have not yet met a single doctor who called vaccines “worthless.”

    • Dr. Stacey says:

      Well, I for one, wish that you had thought about all of that before you decided to reproduce. I do not want to bring children into a world where people like you abide and you are infecting your children with your beliefs. Please, please find another country and start your theocracy there! Please move to Africa or India where vaccines are not mandatory and let your six kids contract polio or measles or diptheria or tetanus and watch them die slowly and painfully! Stop birth control use you say? Well, what do you propose happen to all of the unwanted pregnancies that occur? They will be aborted. As a Catholic, homeschooled, military brat, proud military wife, educated, feminist physician I am absolutely horrified by your comment. Horrified. Seriously. What rock did you emerge from under? Please crawl back under it for the sake of my children.

      • Eva says:

        I agree. What about all the kids in Wales who are suffering from measles because their parents refused to get those mainstream vaccines? Not even, Africa or India, WALES. As for birth control, what about women who suffer from endometriosis or various other conditions that make natural periods denbilitatingly painful and can cause a lot of damage when left untreated? What about women who want to have a full married relationship but don’t want kids?
        And don’t knock feminism. Feminism is all about embracing womanhood and femininity for what is, not for what the men who wrote the Bible or the men who are in power idealise it to be.

  16. Kate says:

    Matt… do you have some phone number or address that we could write..call?? I cannot turn my head the other way without doing something. This is beyond sick. This is too much… This is where I draw the line

  17. Hilda Workman says:

    I am in shock. How absolutely sickening. What have we become? What will we do in the future? I am afraid to think about it. Those innocent little babies, if the mothers would have given birth to those precious babies, there would
    have been so many people who would give anything to adopt these little babies. God forgive them, they know not what they are doing. I don’t know about that. Or do I?.

  18. Douglas Abbott says:

    So many people here are drawing a dichotomy between the reality of the abortion industry and the use of the leftovers. There is no division. The fact is that when we permit ourselves to benefit from an atrocity, we are signing on with it. Imagine if Dietrich Bonhoeffer had said, “the crime is that the Nazis are gassing Jews, not that we are making use of their valulables afterward.” Think about it.

  19. Clarkson says:

    There either is respect for individual liberty and a respect for what is good, an understanding that there is good and evil even if you are religous or an aethiest; or there is no respect for other humans, go out and torture and kill and eat anyone you want. If you are not bothered by the idea of aborting children and than using them as fuel yet you claim to stand for the law, you don’t have any natural sense of law, you are a sheep relying on some telling you what the law is! Its therefore no wonder you hate Jesus and you hate Christians! Your life is not your life, you are happy to have Bernard Shaw ask you to defend your worth as a living creature or if your better off a dead creature. You are willing to surrender your humanity to become cattle that you are blessed if someone else in power over you lets you live. Take back that power as a soverign individual and respect the live’s of un-born children!!! Or go on to continue towards aethiestic cattle slavery and baal worship! There is no slippery slope here, we are at the bottom already you asshats!

  20. Clarkson says:

    There either is respect for individual liberty and a respect for what is good, an understanding that there is good and evil even if you are religous or an aethiest; or there is no respect for other humans, go out and torture and kill and eat anyone you want. If you are not bothered by the idea of aborting children and than using them as fuel yet you claim to stand for the law, you don’t have any natural sense of law, you are a sheep relying on some telling you what the law is! Its therefore no wonder you hate Jesus and you hate Christians! Your life is not your life, you are happy to have Bernard Shaw ask you to defend your worth as a living creature or if your better off a dead creature. You are willing to surrender your humanity to become cattle that you are blessed if someone else in power over you lets you live. Take back that power as a soverign individual and respect the live’s of un-born children!!! Or go on to continue towards aethiestic cattle slavery and baal worship! There is no slippery slope here, we are at the bottom already!

  21. charleshurstauthor says:

    The problem is Roe vs Wade shouldn’t have ever passed to begin with. Roe vs Wade was the first bout of anti reason that took this country. Illegal immigrant propagation, rampant divorce, gay marriage and descent from responsibility for anything followed in the decades following. Why not? We decided it was fine to stop a heartbeat.

    Think carefully—we decided to stop a heartbeat. Regardless of all of the arguments the scientific fact is it is a heartbeat. This is not a Christian perspective. It is a scientific one. We have no right to stop it. It is not just a woman’s body any longer unless her very life is in danger. And then and only then is it her choice. The rest is just a flee from responsibility.

    That’s what Roe vs Wade was about. It had nothing to do with reason any more than gay marriage or illegal immigration has anything to do with reason. It was a cheap way to avoid responsibility, largely cheered by men as well, and angry feminists who felt jaded that they were dealt with the body that was capable of motherhood.

    The ultimate anti reason. Abortion. And look how nicely the nation has fared since. We are falling much like Rome. Because that is the end result of immorality. So go ahead Mr. Progressive, keep celebrating your victories. My fiction states what will happen. We will finally collapse. Prophecy based on this inconvenient professor known as History. Who tends to repeat himself from his podium.

    Charles Hurst. Author of THE SECOND FALL. An offbeat story of Armageddon. And creator of THE RUNNINGWOLF EZINE

    • Tony says:

      Interesting that you lump abortion in with immigration and gay marriage. You do realize there is nothing innately immoral with illegal immigration nor gay marriage right, only abortion? And that is only innately immoral if you value human life. (which most people claim they do). The only reason you would put gay marriage into the immoral category is due to your Christian background, well there are many non-Christians out there (and even some illiterate Christians who think the bible says it’s okay).

      Point is, your religion shouldn’t be used to determine law. You don’t want to be living in a state of Muslim law, why would you want to force others to live in a state of Christian law, that’s just pure hypocrisy. Everyone should be allowed to marry whoever they want, because we’re supposed to be living in America, we’re supposed to have freedom.

      Now on to immigration, which would only be considered immoral if you place disobeying the law immoral. Which means a bunch of people in Illinois are immoral because they have a law that when an unmarried woman is out on a date with an unmarried man she must call him “master”. I could give a bunch more ridiculous examples of why it’s not immoral to disobey laws, but I’m sure you get the point. If you truly believe that America is a great country, they why wouldn’t everyone want to live here? We should have a reasonable process for getting in and becoming a citizen, and currently we don’t have a reasonable process. That’s why we have illegal immigrants, and they are only called that because we have absurd laws, if we had reasonable and working laws, they would just be immigrants.

  22. revoxley501 says:

    What a waste of good stew meat.

  23. Sandra Vanderpool says:

    I live near a medical waste facility that burns fetal remains (aborted babies). Every time I ride by and see the smokestacks I think of those little innocent lives. I also ask how our Christian nation has hardened its heart to God and seared its conscience to evil. I post prolife articles and my friends avoid them while they post SAVE THIS ANIMAL FROM SURE DEATH BY ADOPTION. This article hit me hard and I has seen and read many horrific stories. Please if you have ever prayed for a miracle now is the time because God will not continue to bless a country that turns its back on Him! There are Christians in other parts of the world that suffer everyday for their faith while we watch dust grow on our Bibles! #praytoendabortion

  24. Frank Spencer says:

    I agree with James J and a number of others – you’re outraged, sure, but unless you have a realistic alternative, your outrage amounts to nothing. Now we have a pile of human waste and no idea what to do with it – nice work. And before you say “maybe people shouldn’t abort” – that’s like expecting a lion to not eat you because you didn’t eat him.

    • jmdoman says:

      BURY THE EFFING HUMAN BABIES. TREAT THEM LIKE HUMAN BEINGS, NOT GARBAGE.
      It’s really not that hard.

  25. A very sad reality if the declining morals and standards we have set for is thru the morons that have been voted into office. As Christians we do have to remember our bodies are only that of the world The only house our spirits. After these babies are murdwred their souks are in heaven.

  26. LilyL2182 says:

    “All I can do is remind you that, God forbid, if your child died, or your mother, or you sister, you would be outraged in the very pit of your being if someone spit on their corpse, or defiled it in someway.”

    Nope. If I found out grandma was turned into energy as she was cremated, if probably think that I should’ve gotta a discount on the cremation. I’ve actually joked with my husband numerous times that when I die, he should sell my organs for money. What do I care? I’m dead. It’s a body. And the fact that I’m Christian is the exact reason I don’t really care what happens to it after I’m dead. The death industry just gouges people on the belief that a dead human body needs super special treatment.

    • jmdoman says:

      A dead human body needs “extra special treatment” because human beings have inherent dignity. You have an immortal soul. A soul that will last longer than every country, every planet, every star in the universe. Your human body houses this soul. It’s special for the same reason.
      Therefore, human bodies should be treated with respect. If you really don’t believe this: Go naked. Relieve yourself in public. Allow any male to have sex with you whenever he feels like it.
      Are you outraged by this? Why? This is exactly how animals act. This is the natural world. And this is why the bodies of animals are treated differently than the bodies of humans. Humans have a higher dignity than animals.

    • kathy says:

      Well at least grandma got to live a life before she was incinerated.

  27. Nic says:

    I agree with you Matt. But after reading some of these comments I am also confused about what should be done. Abortion should be stopped. I would personally welcome Jesus this very hour to stop it. At the same time what should be done with the remains of these poor innocents? “They” will not bury them – that would be admitting that they deserve dignity which would begin to erode the “right to choose”…

    I guess the problem here – and I think this is what Matt is so outraged about is that our society has taken a turn in solving the problem of WHAT TO DO with the remains of aborted babies BY CONSUMING THEM.

    Perhaps the remains should be burned in some manner. Perhaps this is the safest way to handle the atrocity that is abortion. But what in the world sort of culture begins to consume babies. What the heck. This seriously sounds like some sort of Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome type of craziness.

  28. Nathan says:

    Thanks for the message Matt. I am a resident of the state of Oregon, and Marion County, and in fact I get some of my power from the garbage incinerator too. It’s a great service, but I think very few knew of this happening. I’ve lived here my whole life and didn’t know. I’m happy to say Oregon Right to Life was quick to respond and so were two of our long standing County Commissioners under whom authority for this issue resides. I’m proud of them, and proud of the local outcry on this subject. I plan on attending the public hearing for the new ordinances. Knowledge is power, what you do with that knowledge once you have it…that is what proves your power. http://www.lifenews.com/2014/04/24/county-launches-probe-into-why-aborted-babies-were-burned-for-electricity-were-horrified/

  29. Dave says:

    So nobody should care if some Marines peed on a few dead Taliban, huh?

    • Mike James says:

      No. But thanks for suggesting an equivalence between dead unborn infants and the two-legged filth that comprise the Taliban.

      • jessica says:

        All humans are equal dickhead. Especially the “filth” that you speak about other humans. You should be ashamed of yourself for talking shit and not doing anything to help the problem. Grow a pair and get off your ass if you see something wrong going on. But first you must start with yourself. LOVE OTHERS, we all make mistakes, and we all dont always know wrong from right, as you have displayed beautifully. I wish you peace. And i wish you bravery to do whats right for yourself and others, including the taliban, and the unborn souls.

    • Walter says:

      Red herring.

    • John Doman says:

      Yeah, cause Matt TOTALLY said that. Riiiiight.

    • Dave, they thought there were weapons of mass destruction on fire beneath the dead Taliban so they proceeded to put it out. All jokes aside, I get what you’re saying which basically is, there are many issues that Americans want to overlook or act like they never occurred. It’s a sad state of affairs we live in today!

      • ab says:

        If this is the only way we can get conservitards to ease up on their energy consumption, then I say, Let’s make dead babies our primary fuel source.

    • jessica says:

      it all matters. the marines are wrong, our society and government are sick. the oil drilling is only turning the dolphins home into sewage. Everyone needs to care more about ALL of the above. But the sad thing is, they dont. people pick the battles. and the leave the dolphins homless and the let marines do horrible things and burn dead things.

      • Kyle1991 says:

        You are correct, it’s all sick. People tend to give one thing their focus so they can escape the rest of the bad things. Everything needs to stop, not just this.

    • Kyle1991 says:

      People definitely cared, dude. The Taliban are in fact filth, but what those marines did was barbaric, and they paid for it with their careers and that’s going to follow them where ever they go. They got theirs, but don’t even compare that to what people were doing to the bodies of innocent children that didn’t deserve any of it.

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  31. Eric says:

    Didn’t I read this article on the Onion earlier?

  32. SillaP says:

    Unfortunately I differ in your “updates” section where you state why the physical body matters after death. In which case I think there would be a lot more dissent about whether or not the physical, dead body THAT THE SOUL NO LONGER INHABITS is still important. Truly, as Christians wouldn’t realize at this point that if one is saved–or sent to hell–it no longer happens what happens to the body? What about the practice of cremation?

    I understand the concept of the dignity of human life and that yes, we’re becoming a much more utilitarian culture and atheistic. But praise God that no matter what man does, the souls of the children who have been disregarded clumps of matter now rest with the Lord Him eternally and safely. I think I would agree with one of the commenters at the top who mentioned that the greatest and first issue here is the abortion of the children in the first place and the lost-ness of those who see no other way or are unable to see the light of God in a live clump of cells…

    • Briggs says:

      One of the special teachings of our Christian faith is that human beings are created both body and soul. We are not just souls inhabiting bodies. Our bodies are integral parts of our humanity. Furthermore, a Christian’s body becomes a temple of the Holy Spirit, and thus carries a holiness which is to be respected in the way the body is treated in life, and later in death. Christianity teaches that our bodies will be resurrected, from whatever state they are in, (dust?) at the end of time, to be reunited with our souls in a glorified state into eternity. To burn a body as trash for fuel is a profound disrespect for the human person who has died, even if that person was a fetus who was unloved and unwanted by his or her own mother.

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  34. Michael says:

    Just proof Hitler wasn’t really a bad guy, just poor presentation.
    Gather the parasites,
    then, any one that wasn’t of the higher race, mostly Jews. Nazis, just doing your job, those Jews are better off dead.
    Now, any one that isn’t born, mostly innocent babies. U.N., just doing your job, those children are better off dead.
    Harvest what you can from parasites,
    Then, forced labor, medical research.
    Now, forced to be used for others well being,medical research.
    Kill the parasite.
    Then, bonus! Heat buildings and factories.
    Now, bonus! Create electricity for buildings and factories.
    Ok, please note the sarcasm, sad world we have made for ourselves.
    And you ever notice Hitler spelled backwards,
    Is reltih “re al ti h” reality…what does it mean?

  35. What’s really sick and disturbing is that there are children in our backyards that are homeless and/or hungry, but no one gets worked up about that. I’ve learned a lot about homeless youth these past few months and it’s quite disturbing what happens to them. Where is the righteous anger about the sexual exploitation of these children? Who has opened their homes or offered assistance? Hardly anyone.
    They were incinerating medical waste. I once assisted on a D&C with a missed miscarriage. Do you know what we did with the fetus after we made sure we had all of the parts? We put it in the waste container to be incinerated. Not any different from being cremated. In fact, my 3-day-old daughter was cremated and I wished there had been a way to harness the energy from her body. Death and what we do with bodies is a distasteful topic, but it’s a matter of reality. What should we do with the bodies of aborted babies? Have a funeral for them? I’m sure there are a lot of pro-lifers out there who would be willing to shell out money for that, but who turn a blind-eye to the human suffering going on around them.
    God help us for not taking care of the living.

    • jmdoman says:

      Two wrongs don’t make a right.
      We should feed and care for ALL the children. Including the unborn.

    • Audrey Church says:

      Stacey,
      You made a good point that what do we do with the bodies of dead bodies. I think however it goes to respecting the body, because of Biblical evidence that the body should be respected even after death. Now not everyone believes that but not everyone believes shooting the neighbor’s barking dog is wrong, but the police will still come and either handcuff you, or the neighbor’s will have charges pressed. Regardless of what you believe, God will have His day to avenge those who disregard life and disregard the body, which should be the temple of the Holy Spirit (not for everyone).
      As for abortion, I think we need to understand that someone (and they will) might belittle abortion, as to saying that it’s okay, because we can use the bodies to heat our houses and to keep our cell-phones charged. Abortion is wrong on all accounts, even though the law allows it. Anyone with principles would know that. I can’t argue about the fact that people need to open their arms and hearts to our youth and children, but it doesn’t make abortion any more right. Also, if someone were to cut up a two year old child and stick it in a bag and bury it, it is no different than doing that with a baby in the womb, and it should be treated that way. People freak out when they hear of horrific murders on the news, but the media won’t talk about the horrors of abortion. Just like when a big event comes to a city, the media can’t wait to sink its claws into it. However, when thousands, if not hundred’s of thousands, of pro-lifers come to Washington to march for Life, it’s no big deal and the only one publicizing it is the Catholic Channel (EWTN). I think we need to celebrate life, not destroy it. If you can’t take care of it, then give it to a loving family that can. That’s the greatest sacrifice any mother can give a child.

      • No one is having abortions in order to heat their houses. They’re not. The title of the article is sensationalist and misleading, as many people have pointed out. They are simply using the energy created by incinerating medical waste, a very small portion of which *may* be the remains of unborn children (from terminations, D&Cs, stillbirths, miscarriages, etc.).
        Why is burning the remains any more disrespectful than sending them to the landfill? Or putting them in the ground to decompose? It’s all about our culture and how we view death and the rituals surrounding it. Americans do a terrible job dealing with death.
        If Christians would concern themselves with taking care of other human beings, rather than shaming and belittling them, then perhaps abortion wouldn’t be necessary. Instead, Christians (and Conservatives) do everything in their power to block women’s access to healthcare and safe birth control.

        • Also, please give me Biblical evidence that demonstrates “that the body should be respected even after death”. I did quite a bit of research on the topic before choosing cremation for my daughter’s body and found absolutely nothing about it. I used to assist with embalming bodies while in medical school, and I can assure you, the bodies are not treated with kid gloves. The embalming process involves putting large-bore needles through the eye and into the brain, among many other stomach-churning events (the eyes are sewn shut so that you can’t see what happened). Even for myself, who has dissected my fellow humans, it’s quite brutal. There is nothing respectful about it, quite frankly.

        • LakeCountry says:

          It’s ironic that you should mention the article’s title being sensationalist and misleading and then you went on to sensationalize and mislead.

          Christians DO concern themselves with taking care of other human beings. MUCH of the good that is done in the world is done through the service and the financial gifts of the Church. To say otherwise is ignorance.

          Conservatives DO NOT block women’s access to healthcare nor to safe birth control. This is a liberal lie. Just because conservative/Christians do not wish to pay for certain prescriptions that violate their beliefs, this does not equate to blocking access to healthcare. Why are women entitled to have their every whim paid for by others? If they desire birth control, nobody is stopping them. They are just refusing to pay for it.

          The problem you are really having with Matt’s blog is that you are taking it personally because you chose cremation for your daughter. The two are not the same thing and Matt never said they were. You stated that you did research before choosing cremation. Why the research? Because you honored your daughter. You respected her life enough to look into the options for what to do with her body. Surely you can see the difference between that and what is being done with the bodies of these precious, unborn babies.

        • LakeCountry, there is at least one conservative Christian on the blog who tells the truth and that is Ana. Here is her comment that she posted above:
          “So what are we to do Matt? I can only be so overwhelmingly disgusted at the state of this planet before I start getting depressed at the depravity of the human race. Surely the majority of humanity is not this depraved and if it is, then what can I do? I am pro-life, Catholic, and a stay at home military wife, nfp using, homeschooling mother of 6. I want to stop abortion. I want to stop birth control use. I want to stop “feminism” and teach women to embrace femininity in womanhood. I want to protect the sanctity of life, marriage, and capitalism. I want to stop the common core, government overreach, and mandatory worthlessness (like vaccines). I want to be able to pray in schools, visit the war memorials during a shutdown, and not worry about the “national debt,” or a terrorist attack!”
          See? This is the insanity of Christian conservatives. They want to force their beliefs down everyone’s throats at any cost.
          As for your question about paying for women’s birth control, I ask, why should men have their Viagra, Levitra or Cialis paid for? Or their vasectomies? No one is complaining about that and yet both are covered by insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Why should we cater to men’s every whim? If they want to achieve an erection, well, by golly, then they can just pay for it! And birth control is not just used to prevent pregnancy. I personally suffered from endometriosis and experienced excruciating, debilitating pain during my period as a college student because I could not afford birth control and my insurance did not cover it. Because the endometriosis went untreated for so long, I now have scarring of my bladder and fallopian tubes that effect my fertility. Millions of women go without treatment for endometriosis because they do not have access to treatment and/or they cannot afford it. Another example of a common disease treated by birth control is cystic acne which is very serious, psychologically damaging, and leaves horrible scars.
          My husband and I chose cremation because it’s quick, easy and inexpensive. The thought of paying thousands and thousands of dollars for a hole and a box where our daughter’s body could decompose was not appealing. I researched cremation because my Baptist parents lost their minds when we told them that we planned to have our daughter cremated. They claimed that the Bible forbids cremation. In fact, it does not and I had to sit down with them and show them. I honored my daughter by loving her during her brief life- not by what we did with her body. Quite frankly, it was my desire to donate my daughter’s body to the medical school that I attended in order for medical students to learn about fetal circulation via dissection. That did not pan out because of where I live. However, we were able to donate my daughter’s heart valves for transplant. The body is just a shell. If any good can be gained from a body, then it should be used for such purposes. Please read Mary Roach’s book “Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers”. I think you will find it quite enlightening.

    • no2unions says:

      You make no sense whatsoever. Who says no one cares for hungry or homeless children. I am sure you have done so much for the kids in your self centered liberal life. You wished you could harness the energy from your dead child’s body? You are a sick person and in need of treatment.

      • Actually, I’m a physician who volunteers at a homeless shelter clinic approximately once a week, and I donate to the local youth and pregnancy crisis centers. I take part in forums on homeless youth in my community as well as the nation. My unborn daughter was diagnosed with anencephaly, a fatal nueral tube disorder, at 17 weeks gestation. I was encouraged to end the pregnancy, but I took a year off from work in order to carry her to term, knowing she would die shortly after birth. I hardly call that “self centered”.

        • And yes, I do wish I could have harnessed the energy from my sweet girl’s body. Have you ever had to place your newborn into an incinerator, otherwise known by the more sterile and acceptable term, crematory? Have you ever had to imagine your daughter’s beautiful, chubby little body burning up inside of said incinerator? Have you ever picked up the ashes, knowing that you would never, ever see your child whole again? I doubt it. But if you ever do, I hope people are kinder to you when you express your feelings about that awful experience and don’t tell you that you are “sick and in need of treatment”.

    • Terry Long says:

      Well said.

  36. Andy Palmer says:

    Moloch is nothing to do with Pagans, most references come from the Hebrew bible, typically associated with the Ammonites. As far as disposal of waste for fuel, I don’t consider that outrageous; once my body is done with, you’re welcome to use it as fuel since it is of no further use to me.

    • Grimm says:

      So being referenced in the Hebrew Bible as a pagan god means he isn’t a pagan god? I’m confused by your first sentence.

      • Tolerance says:

        Andy Palmer is right, Moloch has nothing to do with the Pagan religion, he was a god who is thought to have been worshiped by the Ammonites and/or the Canannites of the past.
        Paganism is one of many world religions, it is peaceful, has many tenets, some monotheistic religions have actually adopted traditions from their practices, FYI, and it is equally deserving of respect and tolerance, just as all of the other faiths and belief systems are deserving of respect and tolerance.

        • Jon L says:

          Paganism is a broad group of indigenous and historical polytheistic religious traditions—primarily those of cultures known to the classical world. In a wider sense, Paganism has also been understood to include any non-Abrahamic, folk, ethnic religion. Modern ethnologists often avoid referring to non-classical and non-European, traditional and historical faiths as Pagan in favour of less ambiguous labels such as polytheism, shamanism, pantheism, and animism.[citation needed]

          Contemporary or modern paganism (also known as neopaganism) is a group of new religious movements influenced by, or claiming to be derived from, the various historical pagan beliefs of pre-modern Europe.[1][2] Contemporary Pagan religious movements are diverse, sharing no single set of beliefs, deities, creed, ritual practices, or texts; nor do any claim to be absolutely authoritative.
          -Wikipedia

        • Curtis says:

          Paganism is not a single religion. It has potential to be tame or violent, depending on which specific pagan group or activity you are taking about. This “its all the same” attitude is crap when you analyze the thinking with an ounce of logic and do away with feel-good rhetoric.

  37. ColdHardTruth says:

    Hot enough for you?! See what I did there? It’s a dead fetus joke….fetuses…burned…for….fuel.

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  39. ssamantha9498 says:

    Absolutely disgusting.

  40. Derek Zenith says:

    A lot of people have been asking what to do. How about supporting the development of cheap, decent artificial wombs? Then if mothers must bail mid-pregnancy, no one needs to die.

  41. Janine says:

    I love you Matt Walsh! Warrior for good! I pray you will continue to wear out your life in the service of God. You are not alone you know. I hope you always know.

  42. notYOURmom says:

    Science always wins, and please stop being so simple.

    • Rich Griffith says:

      What has that got to do with anything? What a moronic comment to make! So science wins over dignity and respect? Do we not study science to understand life better? Isn’t the best of science supposed to be used to preserve, sustain and respect life? Certainly, the worse aspects of science are when science is used to destroy life! You are the one who needs to not be so simple and think comment through before posting emotional dribble!

      • notYOURmom says:

        Obviously they are burning these aborted fetuses as an alternative fuel source. Preserving the earth, to help sustain future life. People who cling to religion for guidance and answers are simple. They lack the drive to go and find the answers for themselves, and produce good for themselves and their families. My post was the most un-emotional comment on this page. Stacey Maddox had it right ^^up there. people need to get their priorities in check. Also, God is man made. Man was made by MANY millions of years of evolution(FACTS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_evolution). PLEASE “people of God” stop being so simple! OPEN your eyes, see the MIRACLE OF SCIENCE.

        • I love it when someone tries to make their point with a wikipedia link 😛

        • aunntie says:

          I love how you cite wikipedia, an open source website, as factual.

        • Religion is man-made, God (or “the creative force of the universe” if you want a really long title for something that can just as easily be just as misunderstood with 3 letters) has been around a really long time. And, the former likely has little resemblance to the latter.

        • Curtis says:

          If there is no God, how do you define good? Why does your version of good automatically become valid while you spit on other people’s definition of what is good?

        • Chris says:

          Disclaimer: The statements made in the orginal comment have neither been proven factual, nor accepted by a majority of scientists. In fact, the generalizations presented convey an undue amount of confidence in Science as presented by a few prominent researchers. Please don’t be upset by this possibly unwitting ignorance. And have a nice day 🙂

        • Sator says:

          The earth isn’t going to be preserved by this, notMYmom. All this will do is cheapen human life, and make the world more hostile, not less, to human life.
          But its fine. Ultimatelly you don’t care about humans.
          Also, just so you know:
          People of God invented science. Every Classic scientist you study about in history was one of us. In europe the knowledge of the pagans was preserved and Expanded by friars that brought rationalistic philosophy, Scholastics, to an height of rationality not reached since. Go read Aquinas of you will.
          And the Enlightened that brought the ideas of humanism and illuminism, that Made the french revolution and the american one possible? Basically all educated by Jesuits. Even now there are friars working at the CERN (one of the FEW accurate parts of angels&demons lol).
          We aren’t simple. You are. Enjoy the Burden of proof.

    • Sator says:

      This has nothing to do with science. This has to do about our society being so superstitious that it Honestly believes it can define personhood at some arbitrary moment of someone’s development that isn’t “conception” because… Law of attraction or something? A person is only such if we all believe really really hard that they are and of we chose not to they can be killed and used to produce energy?
      To all the smart guys going “i wouldn’t mind to be used as an energy source once i die” its perfectly fine. I guess you can choose what to do with your dead body, i’m an organize donor myself. But the Person in question, guilty only of not having yet developed a few billions neurons when the choice was made and sometimes not even of that, didn’t get any choice. It’s like the Monthy Phyton sketch about “live organ transplants” but for F***ING REAL.

    • Curtis says:

      Science can only tell you what something is, not whether something is right to do.

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  44. Wesley says:

    So sad; so disgusting that words cannot express the shame.

  45. What is the current procedure to dispose of medical waste?

    • jmdoman says:

      the body of a human being – the entire body, not just an amputated limb – is not medical waste.

      • ab says:

        Yes, it is. It is no longer a human body, it’s a pile of rotting flesh. This is not much different from being planted in teh ground, adn having worms eat you, then they die and bacteria and enzymes eat them, then they are left as nitrates in the earth, which is absorbed by plants to grow, and bloom, there’s trees or grass or flowers. It’s ajust a faster means of A to B. You’d cut down that tree to heat your house – the only difference is temporal.

  46. Vonnie says:

    I’ve given this some thought and maybe we’re not being open minded enough. If human flesh being used as a biofuel commodity is such a good thing then why stop here? Instead of burying Grandma in the ground or putting her ashes in an urn to sit and do nothing, put the old gal to work one more time. She would probably generate enough fuel to microwave a burrito! A vegan one, of course. We don’t want to harm any animals!

    The Canadians who contributed to helping Oregonians be able to charge their iPads should be outraged! They should demand compensation! If we are going to use human flesh as fuel, let’s at least be intellectually honest about it. In fact, shouldn’t we be buying human cordwood from poor countries where people really need the money? Let’s see if we can work out a deal with Mexico.

    Seriously, can you imagine the outrage if it turned out that Americans were burning the body parts and dead fetuses of poor Mexicans for fuel? Would that not be considered the ultimate example of exploitation? Then again, who’s to say this hasn’t happened?

  47. Eric says:

    Who is ready for their Soylent Green? Seriously, this is scary folks. I am now thinking about the guy who responded to my post on Matts facebook page when I said that “What seems ridiculous and unfathomable today may not be tomorrow. Its already happening today with many things.” He responded by basically saying that my notion was absurd…..

    Really?

    • Curtis says:

      Slippery slope is not a fallacy, it’s a historically proven fact of human nature.

      • ryan0991 says:

        No, it’s still a fallacy. Saying that incinerating aborted fetuses for electricity will lead to “Soylent green” is the most textbook example of a slippery slope fallacy I’ve ever heard.

        • Sator says:

          And yet when we talk about liberal corruption and abomination of society, it works every time: guiltless divorce brought gay marriage and concubinage, the counterculture and debasement of art and philosophy in the ’60 brought moral corruption and artistic and creative decadence; Rode&Wade brought late term abortions, and legalizzati on of cannabis in some states is allready bringing a growth in hard drugs consumption there.

  48. Great fun.happy to be here.thank you my friends.

  49. Kevin says:

    I am a non-believer — aka “atheist” (note the lower-case “a”) — but I find the idea of human remains being used for fuel to be horrific and amoral. It’s barbaric. As is late-term abortion. Like he said, “Civilized people don’t burn dead babies for fuel.” They also don’t kill an unborn child that normal, healthy adults have already given a name and bought clothing for.

    • ab says:

      Here are a few things Matt Walsh apparently does not know, or chose not to include in an attempt to mislead his moronic followers: Medical waste of this nature – amputations, miscarages, biopsies, and yes, even aborted fetuses (which makes up the tiniest of percentages in comparison to the rest) are always burned. Always, always, always – this is because they are considered bio-toxic, and it has been determined that burning them is the best safest way to dispose of them. So, they will either be burned in a manner that costs power (burned using fossil fuels with the energy wasted, or they will be burned in this manner, which produces electricity.

      So, which is better? The fetuses are already dead and the limbs have already been cut off – what we do with them cannot change that fact. so the question now is – do we waste energy or gain energy in the end?

      and that is just one of 134 things wrong with this article alone.

      • Sator says:

        >>all medical waste is burned for safety and its burning used to produce heat for the hospital. So aborted fetuses too because we consider them Medical waste!
        So this article is sensazionalist!

        Didn’t occur it to you that PERHAPS we’re Taking issues with the fact that dead fetuses are being classified as Medical waste and disposed as such and used as a commodity rather than with exactly what gets done with them? Can you READ? Did you bother to?

    • ryan0991 says:

      *dead fetuses

      “They also don’t kill an unborn child that normal, healthy adults have already given a name and bought clothing for.”

      No, a civilized society doesn’t force women to be an incubator to produce a child that she does not want. THAT is barbaric and immoral. The fact that you would force even a very recently pregnant woman to carry the pregnancy to term even though it can easily be ended is just abhorrent. What would you rather they do with dead fetuses? It’s medical waste at that point.

      “Like he said, “Civilized people don’t burn dead babies for fuel.””

      Why don’t civilized societies incinerate aborted fetuses for electricity? Can you answer this without resorting to begging the question?

      • JeyRome says:

        @ ryan0991:
        Holy crappy you’re sick ‘…even tho [the fetus`s life] can be easily ended…’
        Hey news flash, so can yours-in the blink of an eye a professional killer could extinguish you without a sound.
        Brain function & a heartbeat occur at 20 days after conception-according to u, ending those 2 things is of no consequence if we can’t physically see the baby.

        If life ends when those 2 functions do, then the opposite is also true.

      • Sator says:

        No, i don’t think a lady’s convenience and unwillingness to Carry a pregnacy to term gives her the right to commit murder and i don’t think murder victims should be considered Medical waste. I think that said lady either had the choice to possibly incur in pregnacy (and thus has now to live with the conseguences for nine months at least) or didn’t and was raped (in such cases, as much as the situation is regrettable, two wrongs don’t make a right and two crimes don’t make justice, for the same reason you can’t challenge someone that offended you to a duel or hunt down your sister’s killer and murder him like a dog in the streets without incurring in the law’s Wrath yourself) and in both cases, since she now hosts a life, its neither barbaric nor injust from society to help her search someone that’ll be able and willing to nurture such life and assist her in the nine months in wich she’ll be in need.
        Your “civilization” instead is interested only in helping her murder her Son or daughter dehumanizing them to the point they can be defined Medical waste and used as a resource and a necessary step for “population control”.

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