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rillegas08

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 18, 2008 2:31 pm
Do you know how much emotional and psychological pain the would-have-been mother goes through after an abortion?  
PostPosted: Mon Aug 18, 2008 8:16 pm
rillegas08 Wrote:
Do you know how much emotional and psychological pain the would-have-been mother goes through after an abortion?


who are you talking to

my answer
depends on how much phyco-terrorism she suffers at the hands of should be christians  

lordstar

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IcarusDream

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 19, 2008 9:15 am
rillegas08 Wrote:
Do you know how much emotional and psychological pain the would-have-been mother goes through after an abortion?


http://imnotsorry.net/

A whole bunch of would-have-been mothers that -- who coulda thunk -- aren't sorry!  
PostPosted: Tue Aug 19, 2008 7:09 pm
lordstar Wrote:
rillegas08 Wrote:
Do you know how much emotional and psychological pain the would-have-been mother goes through after an abortion?


who are you talking to

my answer
depends on how much phyco-terrorism she suffers at the hands of should be christians


Not even that. Simply the facts, the knowledge of her actions, often drive women into severe depression. It is said somewhere around 20-40% of women who have abortions end up with depression because of the event.  

divineseraph

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lordstar

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 7:40 am
divineseraph Wrote:
lordstar Wrote:
rillegas08 Wrote:
Do you know how much emotional and psychological pain the would-have-been mother goes through after an abortion?


who are you talking to

my answer
depends on how much phyco-terrorism she suffers at the hands of should be christians


Not even that. Simply the facts, the knowledge of her actions, often drive women into severe depression. It is said somewhere around 20-40% of women who have abortions end up with depression because of the event.


I would think that such feelings of guilt are driven by phyco-terrorism at the hands of should be christians

for example
each culture has it's own rules. There are some cultures that if I was to play by their rules I would feel extreamly guilty committing acts I feel are wrong...whereas others may feel such actions are right. I would only have such feelings because I have been conditioned to think that way.

christians around the world have been conditioning people to share their ideology...perpously instilling the idea that such people are in some way bad/wrong so that those people then feel they are bad/wrong. phyco-terrorism  
PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 8:33 am
And so, should people feel bad about murdering born human beings?

I mean, if morality is null, then morality is null.  

divineseraph

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IcarusDream

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 5:25 pm
divineseraph Wrote:
And so, should people feel bad about murdering born human beings?

I mean, if morality is null, then morality is null.


Why does it matter how people feel? Your morality isn't purely based on how something makes you feel, is it?  
PostPosted: Fri Aug 22, 2008 7:55 am
IcarusDream Wrote:
divineseraph Wrote:
And so, should people feel bad about murdering born human beings?

I mean, if morality is null, then morality is null.


Why does it matter how people feel? Your morality isn't purely based on how something makes you feel, is it?


it is only what we say it is  

lordstar

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lordstar

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 22, 2008 8:04 am
divineseraph Wrote:
And so, should people feel bad about murdering born human beings?

I mean, if morality is null, then morality is null.


this is not a question of how I feel or what my heart of hearts tells me

this is about societies that may not value life as much as we do
or rather they may look at life in a different way then we do

think about this on a smaller scale first and try to remove yourself from the equation  
PostPosted: Sat Aug 23, 2008 12:55 am
lordstar Wrote:
divineseraph Wrote:
And so, should people feel bad about murdering born human beings?

I mean, if morality is null, then morality is null.


this is not a question of how I feel or what my heart of hearts tells me

this is about societies that may not value life as much as we do
or rather they may look at life in a different way then we do

think about this on a smaller scale first and try to remove yourself from the equation


Or think about things as they truly are, not how society en masse perceives it to be.  

divineseraph

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lordstar

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 2:28 pm
divineseraph Wrote:
lordstar Wrote:
divineseraph Wrote:
And so, should people feel bad about murdering born human beings?

I mean, if morality is null, then morality is null.


this is not a question of how I feel or what my heart of hearts tells me

this is about societies that may not value life as much as we do
or rather they may look at life in a different way then we do

think about this on a smaller scale first and try to remove yourself from the equation


Or think about things as they truly are, not how society en masse perceives it to be.


not everything is as it seems
even a great savior could really be just another murderer  
PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 6:26 pm
lordstar Wrote:
divineseraph Wrote:
lordstar Wrote:
divineseraph Wrote:
And so, should people feel bad about murdering born human beings?

I mean, if morality is null, then morality is null.


this is not a question of how I feel or what my heart of hearts tells me

this is about societies that may not value life as much as we do
or rather they may look at life in a different way then we do

think about this on a smaller scale first and try to remove yourself from the equation


Or think about things as they truly are, not how society en masse perceives it to be.


not everything is as it seems
even a great savior could really be just another murderer


You've stopped making sense.

And this is my point- Just because society en masse thinks something is one way doesn't make it so. Flat earth, Hitler being a savior of Germany, George Bush being a hero.

And in this case, the savior of abortion is the mass murderer. Just because some see it as a savior doesn't make it so. Particularly for the feti slain by this savior.  

divineseraph

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lordstar

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:30 pm
divineseraph Wrote:
lordstar Wrote:
divineseraph Wrote:
lordstar Wrote:
divineseraph Wrote:
And so, should people feel bad about murdering born human beings?

I mean, if morality is null, then morality is null.


this is not a question of how I feel or what my heart of hearts tells me

this is about societies that may not value life as much as we do
or rather they may look at life in a different way then we do

think about this on a smaller scale first and try to remove yourself from the equation


Or think about things as they truly are, not how society en masse perceives it to be.


not everything is as it seems
even a great savior could really be just another murderer


You've stopped making sense.

And this is my point- Just because society en masse thinks something is one way doesn't make it so. Flat earth, Hitler being a savior of Germany, George Bush being a hero.

And in this case, the savior of abortion is the mass murderer. Just because some see it as a savior doesn't make it so. Particularly for the feti slain by this savior.


see
I didn't even need to say it and you knew what I was talking about
"Hitler being a savior of Germany"
Germans thought that for a long time
but as it turns out...not so much  
PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:30 am
So, where is your point on this? Mine is that society sees a lot of things that aren't realities- Such as hitler/abortion being a savior. I say disregard what it is popular to call right and wrong and look at realities instead.  

divineseraph

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lordstar

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2008 6:10 pm
divineseraph Wrote:
So, where is your point on this? Mine is that society sees a lot of things that aren't realities- Such as hitler/abortion being a savior. I say disregard what it is popular to call right and wrong and look at realities instead.


I have a feeling we have already been down this road

anyway
I'm not sure we know what is real and what is not
perhaps we do perhaps we don't  
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