Thursday, February 02, 2012

Bioethicists Conclude Human Life is About as Sacred as Weeds.

Is nothing sacred anymore? Does anything matter? Is there any intrinsic value to life? Apparently not, according to two nihilistic American bioethicists in an online article in the Journal of Medical Ethics. That's right. Humanity has no innate value, no purpose, no meaning. And unfortunately, these two prominent bioethicists are not alone in their thinking. So, what makes killing wrong? Well, according to these "experts", human life is only valuable if is productive. Hmmm...if I remember correctly, this kind of utilitarian thinking was the same kind of rationale used by Nazi Germany.

“[I]f killing were wrong just because it is causing death or the loss of life, then the same principle would apply with the same strength to pulling weeds out of a garden. If it is not immoral to weed a garden, then life as such cannot really be sacred, and killing as such cannot be morally wrong.”
Take Bill "reduce the population with vaccines" Gates , for instance, with his 500,000 shares , of   Monsanto stock. Developer/producer of GMO seeds/foods, and all types of poisons like DDT/agent orange, and who spreads their toxic GMO seeds in order to sue non-corporate farmers with patent infringement.  Read Monsanto: Harvest of fear.
“The world today has 6.8 billion people… that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.” -- Bill Gates
As it is, a significant portion of the developed world's population believe in nothing greater than themselves, which tends to make the dehumanization of others fairly simple. What exactly is dehumanization? Basically, valuing human life about as much as you value the weeds in your garden. It's viewing people as statistics, commodities, or as interchangeable. This, I would argue is a direct result of our ever increasing acquisitive society.

Consumption has replaced production, and everything and everyone is a consumer item. The brutal underlying values of a casino/"free" market consumerist society are inherently nihilistic, in that nothing we do, nothing we create, nothing we love has meaning. Thus, 'we the weeds people' are essentially disposable, like dirty Pampers.

Related Links:

Executive order 13139: President Clinton signed this order authorizing the Department of Defense to administer "new investigational drugs" to troops ---- with or without their consent ---- to protect them from biological, chemical or radiological agents during military actions.

Executive Order 13544,  whose goal is to severely limit private and organic farming

Public Law 105-85 Use of human subjects for testing of biological or chemical agents

S 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act precludes the public’s right to grow, own, trade, transport, share, feed and eat each and every food that nature makes. In other words, consolidated corporate control of your food.

Bill Gates, China jointly developing nuclear reactor

Codex Alimentarius is a collection of internationally recognized standards, codes of practice, guidelines and other recommendations relating to foods, food production, and food safety.


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