The descent of Western Civilization 18


By Tom Quiner

Gendercide is now sanctioned in Great Britain.

Gendercide  is human abortion based on the gender of the human being in the womb.  Girl babies are less desirable than boy babies, especially within certain cultures.

Because human abortion laws are written broadly in Great Britain, abortions based on the gender of the person in the womb may now move forward without prosecution.

The National Right to Life News Today reported on the story:

“There are basically two issues. First, is sex-selective abortion illegal? The spontaneous response of the British public, media and politicians was Yes. However, the abortion law is clear: if the birth poses a risk to the mother’s physical or psychological health, it is legal. Relying on criteria set down in 2007 by the British Medical Association, Mr Starmer [The Director of Public Prosecutions] suggested that while aborting girls because they are girls may be repugnant, it may be necessary to preserve a woman’s health.

Second, the paperwork. Two doctors are supposed to verify the risk. In practice, it turns out that many forms are pre-signed and that many doctors never see the woman. The media highlighted this omission. However, Mr Starmer points out that the Abortion Act does not state explicitly that either or both doctors must interview the woman to form an opinion of the risk.

With the law so loose, and the medical profession so vague, the DPP concluded that it would be impossible for a prosecution to succeed.”

Will gendercide come to America? Indications are that it is slipping in the backdoor at Planned Parenthood’ s clinics, as Live Action Films revealed last year.

In addition, here In America, nine out of ten babies with Downs Syndrome are being aborted.

In America, 53% of black babies are being aborted.

Now gendercide is acceptable in Great Britain.

The dignity of man is in free fall in Western Civilization.

18 comments

  1. kqduane,

    I agree it was a weird response, and for that I apologize. I should have taken the time to make a more detailed response. Please allow me to try that now.

    Gay marriage is an issue today. Back in the sixties, inter-racial marriage was an issue. I was around during both. The same arguments were used with both. Goes against God, unnatural, bad for the children, will lead to complete anarchy, and so on.

    In both the above examples, the opposition was lead by the religious right. These social conservatives were very against civil rights. They liked segregation. There are people still today that think blacks would be much happier if only we would have kept things the way the were. Back in the day when blacks knew their place.

    Like politics today, one side wins over another. The Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964. You would think that would be the end of it. But like Obamacare today, the law doesn’t fix the problem. For many it makes it worse. All of a sudden, blacks were hauled in before conservative judges and given maximum sentences in retaliation for those who did not like the Civil Rights Act. Fathers / husbands were taken away from their families and things did not go well from that.

    I hear alot of our problems today are because we have turned our backs on God. We need to bring God back into society. What exactly do you mean by that? What new laws would we enact to make our country more God friendly? How would this make things better? Please be specific.

  2. “Where in the world did that come from?”

    Not everyone liked the civil rights movement. The cycle of welfare kicked in after the dads were taken out of the family unit.

    • The cycle of welfare kicked in when mom’s were given financial incentive to procreate without a husband, creating a culture of dependence and victimhood which affects the African-American culture to this day.

      • I agree that was the result, but not the catalyst.

        What took the fathers out of the family in the first place? You really think that overnight, black women just decided they were better off without their husbands, the father of their children?

        What warranted the huge increase in black men getting incarcerated?

  3. Come on you guys, you are trying to have an adult conversation about the behavior of 20 year old, 10 year olds. Nothing can save the unfortunate kids in the inner except God. The pastors of the Baptist churches gave strength and support to young boys and men for centuries. They have been overridden by the government programs which have basically neutralized their effectiveness as the primary source of salvation, sanctuary and support. This has left the young men of the community accountable to NO ONE, but especially not to God. In the 1950s, I grew up near many black neighborhoods. They were comprised of working parents and kids, just like our neighborhoods. They went to church, like we did. They had their problems like we did and Dad always had the final say. They obeyed God’s laws like we did. Government affirmative action programs, among dozens of others, have destroyed the black family unit by taking the mothers, who fill two quotas, out of their homes and demeaning the value of their men, who were left behind without work or respect. Men need to work to find respect and the government programs interfered with the natural order and we are left with the mess. Bring back school prayer. It’s would be a good start for these poor kids, especially for the boys, as God has always intended for the men to be the leaders of their community, not the women!

      • Bruce Western doesn’t think the timing of the civil rights movement and the subsequent growth of prison populations is any coincidence.

        After the fundamental transformation of American politics and society that came out of the 1960s, he said, conservatives began to gain the support of people who were uncomfortable with the expanded citizenship of African-Americans.

        This resulted in “tough on crime” rhetoric and policy, Western said, adding that the inflated prison system is, in many ways, a “sequel” to the civil rights movement.

        Western, a professor of sociology at Harvard University and a faculty member at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, will speak at today’s 2 p.m. Interfaith Lecture in the Hall of Philosophy.

        Western didn’t begin studying imprisonment in America because of an interest in crime; rather, he was interested in the social and economic disadvantages Americans face.

        A quick look back in history, he said, shows a clear relationship between these disadvantages and the growth of prison populations.

        “We need to think about our values and the values of the justice system,” Western said.

        “I think so much of the growth in incarceration has been about denying the citizenship of the communities that are most affected [by mass incarceration].”

        His studies of the legal system track an evolution that began in the ’70s, when incarceration rates were only one-fifth of what they are today, he said.

        At this time, policymakers began to use imprisonment far more readily than in the past, specifically with mandatory prison sentencing, the emergence of “three strikes” policies and the abolition of parole in many states.

        Crime rates fluctuated throughout the 1980s before declining in the ’90s. Increased incarceration did play a role in that drop, but only a small one, Western said; growth in prison populations only accounts for about 10 percent of the decline.

        “Crime rates have grown as prison populations were growing; crime rates have declined as prison populations were growing,” he said.

        The result of mass incarceration is unprecedented social immobility among poor African-Americans. People serving time are in prison for 28 months “at the median,” he said, and they come out with diminished employment opportunities and weakened family ties.

        “It’s these kinds of effects on economic opportunities, on families and children,” he said, “that has really elevated the prison to having this much broader place in the distribution of social and economic opportunities.”

        Sixty percent of African-American men born in the late 1960s who did not graduate high school will serve time in prison at some point in their lives, Western said. Going to prison, then, is more common than not.

        He points to the war on drugs as an example of the disproportionately negative effects on African-American men. Idle African-American on street corners become easy arrests. Then they’re sent through the court system, now mandating prison time, and the disparity grows.

        However, Western sees the U.S. entering a moment of reform and hopes to present a more optimistic story beyond these alarming facts and figures.

        “I also want to get people thinking about what the possibilities for change are,” he said, “and what role they might play in change, as well.”

      • The breakdown of the family led to the increase in crime in both white and black families. Government Great Society Social Programs played a part by financially rewarding out-of-wedlock births. As the social safety became more lavish, the out-of-wedlock birthrate soared from one out of four in the black community during JFK’s presidency to more than 2 out of 3 today. Children born into single parent households are more likely to run afoul of the law, whether if they’re white, black, or purple.

  4. If may increase if all you are looking at is that one statistic, but compared to the pregnancies prevented by using contraception, it is very slight indeed.

    Otherwise, I would like to see your evidence for such a claim.

    • I’d like to see your evidence that lack of contraception is the reason for the black holocaust that is taking place. Good grief, here in Iowa, free contraception is available in our community action agencies. You can walk into Planned Parenthood and pick up free contraception. Contraception is readily available to rich and poor.

      • I don’t see condoms as good contraception. If used properly, they would work well. Unfortunately, the guy is in charge of insuring it works and they just don’t have the incentive – some would go as far as intentionally sabotaging it’s use.

        Depo-Provera is one shot every three or six months? But most girls can’t afford it or their parents would not allow it.

  5. Gendercide is just wrong for society.

    Regarding your “In America, 53% of black babies are being aborted.”, a lot of this is because poor blacks have less chance to get good contraception. Of course you are against contraception also, but I guess that is another argument.

    • Contraception is more readily available than any time in history. Increased use of contraception increases abortion, since when contraception fails, the child is more likely to be unwanted and considered disposable.

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