posted on Mar, 17 2006 @ 03:28 AM
You just won't let the other side of this issue be discussed.
You know all.
You know what's right.
You insult and belittle all posters of any opposition.
It's a big bad world out there but you only see it in those who won't worship your 'god of medicine'.
The real life experiences of those who love life, despite their suffering, are valid and would be respected (even if disagreed with) by anyone who
isn't a 'know all' bigot.
Oh, and I can only feel compassion for any parent offered this decision, but to encourage anyone to do so without learning and concidering ALL views,
of what a 'good', 'valid', 'productive' and 'justifiable' life is, along with just how often even the best of doctors (and unseen lab. workers
and researchers etc.) 'get it wrong', is past arrogant, it's evil.
I knew a very old man who never 'did' anything with his life other than be delightfull, inspiring company, despite a lifetime of great pain. As a
very young child he had half his scull and a third of his brain chopped out with an axe. He was only 'patched up' as an 'experiment' and not
intended or expected to live, yet defied all and was greatfull for every long year of it.
There are plenty of people to 'push your agenda', like those who brought in the law, yet 'the other side' gets very little hearing.
Like this aspect; IF it is a 'compassionate kindness' to kill these children, when will people like you create a 'Worlds Best Practice', 'scale
of the saveable', and take the decision away from parents, by charging them with abuse if they don't agree with very fallible doctors?
I believe, very soon, and your agenda is to help bring it about by brainwashing people into worshiping your 'god of medicine' and hating anyone who
doesn't, for being 'ignorant'.
My key point for the 'other side' is; the science and practice of medicine is falible, and not only rarely.