November 21, 2018
Why are these people so obsessed with death? My working theory is that they’re secretly necromancers, scheming to produce more corpses for the benefit of their dark art.
Why is it that every time I hear the words “human rights,” they’re followed by some of the most abhorrent and stupid crap I’ve ever heard?
Here’s some things that are supposedly “human rights”:
- Sodomizing other men.
- Advocating for the destruction of your own people.
- Invading other countries and then receiving free everything forever.
- Not being punished for your crimes if you’re brown.
I can think of a lot of things that I’d sooner consider “human rights” than any of that nonsense. For example, how about the right not to have more than 10% of your income taken away as taxation? Or the right to a speedy, cheap trial (so that the legal process isn’t a punishment in itself)?
Yet no one is talking about these things.
Instead, you have these insane communists agitating to have murder and suicide declared “human rights.”
The United Nations Human Rights Committee drafted a memo saying that abortion and physician-assisted suicide should be universal human rights.
“Physician-assisted suicide” sounds like something out of a horror movie.
The memo, or “general comment” on the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, calls for abortion to be decriminalized everywhere. Nations and states should “not introduce new barriers and should remove existing barriers [to abortion] … including barriers caused as a result of the exercise of conscientious objection by individual medical providers,” it said, Crux Now reported Thursday.
In other words, they want to force doctors to kill people even if they object to it.
Isn’t that, like, the opposite of what medicine is supposed to be?
The committee that put forward the draft is headed by former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, according to Crux. Aborting an unborn baby was illegal in Chile until August 2017 when the nation’s lawmakers ruled to decriminalize abortion in the cases of rape, fatal fetal abnormalities, and when the mother’s life is in danger.
Yeah, I don’t really have any problem with abortion in those kinds of cases. Just like I don’t have any problem with killing people in general, if those being killed are criminals or subversives.
Killing people can be good for society – and that includes fetuses. However, decriminalizing all abortion just because some babies have Down Syndrome is like decriminalizing murder to allow the government to execute criminals.
It’s completely retarded – and obviously disingenuous.
How about decriminalizing the murder of criminal babies, though? Uh, this is getting too deep 4 me.
Young people should have access to contraception as well as guaranteed access to post-abortion health care “in all circumstances, and on a confidential basis,” the draft also said, Crux reported. Stigma against abortion should also be discouraged, the draft noted.
In other words, normal people need to be brainwashed until they accept that killing babies is a good idea.
The U.N. Human Rights Committee successfully ordered the Irish government to pay Siobhan Whelan roughly $34,000 and provide her with psychological treatment in November 2017 to compensate for Whelan’s travel expenses in order to obtain an abortion. Whelan had traveled from Ireland, where abortion was illegal at the time, to the U.K. for the procedure. Whelan was the second woman compensated post-abortion on orders from the U.N.
Imagine being such a cuck that the UN, which has no real enforcement mechanism, can boss you around.
A Harvard professor and human rights in international law specialist, Mary Ann Glendon, pushed back against the draft’s proposals. “First of all, the U.N. Human Rights Committee has no power to create human rights,” said Glendon, according to Crux.
The UN doesn’t have any power to do anything in general, though. Except whine, which is what this is.
The committee’s assertion that abortion is a “fundamental human right, and its preposterous claim that abortion rights are derived from the right to life … show how susceptible U.N. bodies are to lobbying by interest groups that would like to see their agenda items recognized as universal rights,” Glendon added.
Abortion needs to be made illegal everywhere, though as mentioned I’m open to the idea of aborting genetic defects and rape babies (who are probably all going to be brown, anyway).
Moreover, contraceptives in general need to be outlawed if we’re ever going to get these skanks back in line. Lack of contraceptives and abortions means that slutting around is no longer an option, and the restoration of the traditional family can be accomplished.
Though I’m sure the UN would whine that the traditional family is somehow against “human rights” for some reason or other.
I wonder why?
I’ll take your word for it, shopkeeper from Red Dead Redemption.