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“Important Discovery” from the Culture of Death

— Posted by Christina (May 16, 2008 at 4:38 pm)

Sometimes, things seem to be getting stranger and stranger. I always wonder what those who promote the Culture of Death are going to come up with next. What will be their next “ingenious” attack on human life and dignity?

I just read an article from Time Magazine that really was an “ingenious” attack on human life and dignity! I really can’t believe what I read sometimes. Our pro-life position seems so terribly sensible and simple compared to some of the Culture of Death “reasonings”.

This article, which can be read here, is titled, “Want to Wreck the Environment? Have a Baby”. And then it goes all into how babies are the long-sought answer to studies that try to discover what ruins the environment and why food prices are going up so much.

Now, I usually make it a point to not think ill of people and be charitable to them no matter how stupid their arguments seem, but this article heated me up unbelievably. The one word that came rushing to my head and tongue was, “DUH!!!”.


Yeah, I just about lost it on my family while telling them about that crazy article. I had to vent my heat somewhere. But of course they get a kick out of my heated disgust of such nonsense.

I honestly wonder what’s the incentive for the authors of those kind of anti-life inventions. Wouldn’t it be so much easier and praiseworthy for them to start a stop-wasting-our-food campaign? Maybe they’d even get government funding for such a thing! And really, do they believe that “too many babies” is in fact the answer to increased food prices?

Or do they just want to scare people into not having kids? Or were they paid millions by Planned Parenthood to invent such a “solution”?

For me, that article was the last straw. The plain and bizarre ridiculousness of it was brazen, and I can’t believe that that kind of nonsense made it into Time Magazine. I guess that the media only wants a big and emotional story, true or untrue.

After reading that article, one memory was very strong in my mind. I could only think of the time that I had read something somewhere that said something like, “The food in America’s garbage bins could feed the poor of all the world”.

God bless.

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7 Comments on ““Important Discovery” from the Culture of Death”

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  1. petrufied says:

    Ah, I’ve heard that argument before. They cook up new ways to say it though. Food shortage is not due to too many people but to bad food distribution. Pollution is due to bad waste disposal systems, not babies.

    Maybe it’s so easy to just point the blame at someone who can’t argue back, that’s why it seems so easy to accept “babies are ruining the planet” for these guys. Easier than working to improve our basic systems anyway.

    Comment posted May 16th, 2008 at 6:06 pm
  2. Mike says:

    This was a great article I found. It’s called “In Defense of Catholic Sexual Ethics” by William Donohue of the Catholic League.

    Here are a couple quotes..

    In 2006, the U.S. spent an average of $48 per diabetes patient on research. We spent $144 for those suffering from Alzheimer’s and $154 for those suffering from Parkinson’s. For AIDS patients, we spent $3,084. And what are we told is the answer to AIDS? More research. The tragedy is that those with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s did nothing voluntarily to cause their malady.

    when adolescents knew the least about sex, they engaged the least in it. Now that they’ve all become sexual Einsteins, they’re burdened with unwanted pregnancies, abortions and diseases.

    More on the May ’08 edition of the Catalyst Journal…

    Comment posted May 17th, 2008 at 5:36 pm
  3. Joseph says:

    Cancel you subscription to TIME Magazine. I did when People Magazine photographs became their lead section.
    They do not report the truth anymore only their (Time/Warner/CNN) opinion. They are a dead media we can no longer waste time and energy getting upset over.
    Only a suggestion,

    Comment posted May 17th, 2008 at 9:12 pm
  4. Ceecee says:

    Why is it that the most powerless people are always the ones who get blamed for whatever is wrong? It’s never the powerful who are to blame for anything. No, never them. It’s not the wealthy who pay zilch in taxes and exploit the lower classes that are to blame for the economic problems in our country. No it’s those dang welfare queens and those lazy homeless people. We’ve got to make sure we don’t hire them, or they’ll earn a life they don’t deserve to have, right? And those illegal aliens who don’t have any rights in our country (and who are very vulnerable to exploitation because of it) they too have a certain level of powerlessness and are therefore to blame for everything from higher prices, to crime, to diseases to global warming. to drunken driving (as if white Americans never drive drunk). Anyway they are powerless, which proves they’re guilty and the cause of all our problems.
    Now our eagerness to blame the powerless has even extended to babies. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised. It just seems like the next logical step in blaming the innocent–opps, I mean the powerless.

    Comment posted May 18th, 2008 at 1:25 am
  5. Christina says:


    That’s a very good sugestion, but actually I do not subscribe to Time Magazine. I got access to the article through This is a very good and authoritative source for pro-life news.

    God bless.

    Comment posted May 18th, 2008 at 8:10 pm
  6. Robert says:

    I didn’t read the article.

    Comment posted May 19th, 2008 at 8:34 am
  7. ChristineM says:

    Absolutely agree. Reducing the birth rate will not eradicate anything, all it will do, if it even does this, is slow the process down, either way, the conclusion will be the same. Actually, it probably wouldn’t even slow the process down, since less people could lead to more waste since they’ll have more money to contribute to the waste.

    It really has nothing to do with population, it’s about, as you mentioned, our culture of waste

    Comment posted May 25th, 2008 at 3:55 am