Friday, February 24, 2017

America and the rest of the world

The Gates Foundation, as in Bill and Melinda Gates, recently issued a report calling attention how science has saved 122 million babies in the past 25 years with vaccines getting honorable first mention as the reason for this noteworthy accomplishment.

News like this gives pro-vaccination advocates good “evidence” to push their agenda of vaccinations for everyone whether you want one or not.  This evidence also allows them to label their opponents – the anti-vaccination advocates – as a threat to America and the rest of the world.

These pro-vaccination advocates believe there’s no room for personal choice in one’s deliberation to get vaccinated or not.  To them, it doesn’t matter that it’s someone’s body or that they should have a personal choice in this matter.

Yet many of these same people have no problem allowing women to choose to abort their unborn infant without considering the desires of the father. Why?  Because it’s a woman’s body and her personal choice. 

The Center for Disease Control reported in 2014 that vaccinations will prevent more than 732,000 deaths among children born in the last 20 years.  This too is a wonderful statistic for all of us who advocate a culture of life in America.

But there’s always room for another perspective.

In January 2014, the Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood’s partner in crime, reported there were 1.05 million abortions in the United States in 2012.  This single year death statistic far exceeds the 20-year statistic of lives to be saved thanks to vaccination.

If we want to dance with joy and embrace a culture of life, with all its life-saving benefits to a civilized nation, let’s devote more resources to eliminating what I call a culture of death mindset in America.  This American culture of death mindset results in abortion fatalities far greater than the purported lives to be saved from vaccinations. 

This culture of death mindset significantly threatens America and the rest of the world.

Pax Domini sit semper vobiscum

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