Jane Caro is one of those feminists who seem to have been dared to say something increasingly stupid or evil every day, and still isn’t finding that hard. I’m personally grateful for the many authentic revelations she offers into the toxic cult which is feminism. Today is a day ending in /y/, and yet again we can observe the perverse post-truth abomination which feminism has become over the last few generations.
Untold trillions of potential humans have never been born. They neither noticed nor cared, nor did we.
— Jane Caro (@JaneCaro) September 16, 2019
Feminists might not care, but I do
In a rare moment of feminist honesty, Jane Caro says she doesn’t notice or care about the babies conceived who were never born. This cruel, tone-deaf nastiness is typical of feminists. I say typical because original feminists who fought for the justice of suffrage were commonly anti-abortion. Classic feminists such as Susan B. Anthony thought abortion was a crime against women and femininity and fought against it. Respect to “first wave” feminists like her, now in a tragic minority. It was all downhill from there.
To all the mothers (and; fathers) who have lost the babies they lovingly treasured and nurtured before suffering miscarriage: I care. I mourn your loss and weep for the children you hope to meet in heaven. I apologise for Jane Caro’s callous dismissal of your child’s significance to you and missed presence from the world.
My son was stillborn at 23 weeks and 4 days last November. We very much cared and loved him. He has a birth certificate, had a funeral and burial. What a ridiculous statement to make @JaneCaro.
— Isabelle Cox (@Isabelle_MarieC) September 17, 2019
Jane, I lost a number of babies to miscarriage. It was like having my heart ripped out of my chest. Every single time. Please reconsider this response. It’s really awful.
— Beck Cameron (@Rebel_Cameron) September 17, 2019
Wow, I'll just tell my mom that all her tears for my still born sister were worthless.
— Sgt. K. Onyx (@SgtKOnyx) September 18, 2019
To all the hopeful mothers (and fathers) heart-broken and devasted by an ongoing inability to conceive, I notice your pain for missing children in your home, I care. I pray our society will soon mature and progress to highly value every child conceived as desperately wanted by someone.
To all the post-abortive mothers (and fathers) haunted by the trauma and grief of past choices regretted forever, I am deeply sorry for your loss and mourn with you for the children you are missing. I am so deeply sorry for a society which gave you no other choice, no support when that’s what you really wanted, no safety from coercion, no independent counselling in your moment of crisis, no time to consider your choices, no permission to honestly grieve the loss to your family, no funding or empowerment for any other choice. While not denying the reality of that choice, I don’t condemn you. We let you and your baby down, and I am so sorry.
There’s no such thing as a “potential human”
This is willful ignorance of the basics of biology. No living thing is partially a member of its parents’ species. No living thing ever reproduces life belonging to a different species. There has never ever been the scientific observation of a life form changing species. No cat ever gave birth to a dog, no human ever gave birth to a horse. Mutations sometimes occur within a species, but they’ve never been observed to become a new species.
Despite the philosophical pollution of scientific assertions attempting to wallpaper over the homicidal reality of the abortion trade by its apologists such as Jane Caro, life is an empirically verifiable state. Take any object in question and hypothesise it was discovered by the Mars Rover where there is no danger it could affect heated partisan debates, and scientists would unanimously agree that if we could observe cell division and replication, growth, that would be classified as a living entity.
So far we have listed traits which could be ascribed to a part of a woman’s body like an appendix: belonging exclusively to the species human and observably living. What distinguishes a new human is unique DNA never seen before in the world. The moment at which an entity with unique DNA, observable life and human ancestry comes into existence (fertilisation) you don’t have a “potential human”, you have a new, unique, living human being.
The singularly most important question in the abortion debate is not a question of autonomy as no reasonable person believes one person’s autonomy absolves them of guilt when they exercise their choice to kill another human being. That’s why abortion apologists strive so hard to dehumanise the object of abortion procedures or pretend there is only one living human affected by the abortion choice.
The most important question is what is it? What is the true nature, clever euphemisms aside, of the target of abortion? Feminists want you to believe it’s a “potential human”, that she’s not human. But she is.
5,577 biologists from over 86 countries and a thousand different academic institutions were asked when a new human life begins. 63% of them were non-religious, only 15% were pro-life, 11% were conservative and 8% Republicans, while 85% were pro-choice, 89% were liberal and 92% Democrats.
96% of these biologists affirmed the view that a human’s life begins at fertilisation. Inconveniently for the feminist pro-abortion narrative, there’s no such thing as a “potential human”.