Thursday, July 30, 2009

Born Baby "Will Ultimately Develop Into a Human Being"

John D. Holdren made that statement in a book he co-authored with Stanford professors Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich titled, "Human Ecology: Problems and Solutions."

On page 235, Holdren and the Ehrlichs' wrote, "The fetus, given the opportunity to develop properly before birth, and given the essential early socializing experiences and sufficient nourishing food during the crucial early years after birth, will ultimately develop into a human being."

When might life begin? Eight? 15 or 25?

Holdren and his co-writers say, "To a biologist the question of when life begins for a human child is almost meaningless, since life is continuous and has been since it first began on Earth several billion years ago."

It is alarming to know that this man and his colleagues have been teaching our children for a generation. It is stunning to know that he is now our President's top science advisor. That's right, he has left Harvard and become, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.

But there's more.

You may remember that it was Paul Ehrlich who wrote the 1968 best seller, "The Population Bomb," in which the Washington Post said launched the, "zero population growth" movement in the 1970s and beyond.

Holdren and the Ehrlichs' book, "Human Ecology," then came along to argue that the human race is facing dire consequences unless human population growth is stopped. They sounded much like Al Gore and his global warming, now known as "climate change" prophecies.

They said, "Human values and institutions have set mankind on a collision course with the laws of nature. Human beings cling jealously to their prerogative to reproduce as they please---and they please to make each generation larger than the last---yet endless multiplication on a finite planet is impossible. Most humans aspire to greater material prosperity,'' they said, "but the number of people that can be supported on Earth if everyone is rich is even smaller than if everyone is poor."

The book says, "A fetus is only a potential human being' and that abortion spares," unwanted children" from "unwanted consequences."

The authors chide opponents of abortion for condemning future generations to an, "over-crowded planet."

Holdren appeared before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee in February for a confirmation hearing. I am uncertain why they did not question his statement that a baby, "will ultimately develop into a human being."

However, Sen. David Vitter R-LA, did ask about his population control ideas.

Holdren essentially told Vitter and others that he was preoccupied with the problems of population growth when he wrote those lines, but assured Vitter that he did not think the government should be involved in population control or determining an optimal population.

Sure.

He did say however, regarding how many people should live on the planet at any given time, "We need to aim for what I have been calling 'sustainable prosperity'."

Quick Summary of advice Obama will be getting from his top White House Science advisor:

1. We don't know when children ultimately develop into human beings. Above my pay grade.

2. Pro-life people are condemning future generations to an over-crowded planet.

3. It is better, collectively, for humans, if fewer humans are rich and more humans are poor.

4. When life begins is almost meaningless to a biologist.

5. Life is continuous and has been since it began on Earth several billion years ago.

6. A fetus is only a "potential" human being.

7. Abortion is a good thing because it spares, "unwanted children" from "unwanted consequences."

He and his colleagues have been teaching our children for a generation, now he is officially advising our President.

Do we have the will to resist the remaking of our country and destruction of our culture?

I pray we do. May God help us.

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5 comments:

  1. Even to just read that is painful and very frightening. Another monster gets the job.

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  2. To Mimi, - yes, I agree... I would like to see a list of those monsters. Financial advisors, Education dept. appointees, National Science Advisors, Homeland Security appointees... It is getting uglier all the time!

    Regarding this post, one thing that pro baby-murderers forget. In favor of having their wealthy earthly utopia, where everybody has a lovely life and all the resources they want on a perfect and unpolluted planet - All this due to population control via antiseptic murder - they forget one crucial fact.

    Other population groups that aren't so "enlightened" continue to produce babies - lots of them. For example, the muslim fertility rate world wide is around 8.4%, compared to the US at 2.11% (this "high" number deserves thanks in part to our Latino friends... without them we would be sunk). These numbers are not high enough to sustain a culture historically.

    Won't it come as a shock to find that, on the verge of creating a happy and prosperous society on a healthy unpolluted planet, these same social engineers will be subject to a different kind of social engineering - Sharia Law! Subjugation, intimidation, poverty, education prohibited for women, the list goes on.

    So there are a few more reasons to let the babies live ... other than the obvious.

    JW
    Camano Island WA

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  3. When does life begin? If the fetus is not dead, there must be life there. I would have to say that life starts at conception, when the components that comprise and construct an individual join together and the process of building a human being starts.

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  4. It seems that a population naturally
    comes into the order of hugging trees because of it's abortions,
    if it does not amend it's ungodly
    ways.

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  5. You are so right about monsters. Anyone ever read Atlas Shrugged. It is upon us. Can't believe the 'those in the know folks' haven't mentioned it in their newsletters or blogs.

    How deranged can an 'educated elitist' be? Proof that you can have a degree from Haaavrd, yet have no common sense at all.

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