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According to atheist Dawkins, birth of Down Syndrome babies is immoral

Atheist Richard Dawkins endorses the eugenics of murdering the unborn if they are found to have Down Syndrome, according to tweets he posted this week, and criticized the nation of Ireland for being an advanced society that clings to its pro-life stance.

Dawkins said that if a mother should find out the unborn baby has Down Syndrome, “Abort it and try again. It would be immoral to bring it into the world if you have the choice.” When he was questioned about his denial that a human fetus is human, his response was ‘Learn to think in non-essentialist ways. The question is not “is it ‘human’?” but “can it SUFFER?” …Suffering should be avoided. Cause no suffering. Reduce suffering wherever you can.’

When he received a torrent of feedback in opposition to his tweets, his two responses were, “In point of fact, a majority of Down Syndrome fetuses in Europe and USA are aborted. What I recommended is not outlandish but the norm,” and then, “Apparently I’m a horrid monster for recommending WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENS to the great majority of Down Syndrome fetuses. They are aborted,” as if it’s okay just because it’s accepted practice in some circles. But his views are in line with the globalists. As a matter of fact, it wouldn’t surprise me if Dawkins was one of those atheists who is really a Satanist behind closed doors.

It’s scientific fact that the unborn are just as human as those who are born, but Dawkins is proof that science is unimportant to his kind in spite of the fact they argue they are all about science. All that matters to his kind is their self-centered lack of morals and prideful hubris in their attempts to worship themselves as gods.

Source: Matthew Balan, Militant Atheist Richard Dawkins: It’s ‘Immoral’ To Let Down Syndrome Babies Be Born, NewsBusters.org, August 20, 2014.


2 thoughts on “According to atheist Dawkins, birth of Down Syndrome babies is immoral

  1. A part of me would like to see the Dawkins of this world keep on talking in the hope that their extremist views will eventually make them irrelevant. It’s hard to believe that anyone would buy into their very sad outlook. Unfortunately, there are many walking in darkness looking for someone or something to cling to that would help give them direction. It is because of this that we must persevere in bringing the truth to all who would listen and why I thank God for the good work you are doing Harry. Keep up the good fight Harry and may God guide you and keep you.


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