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December 3, 2005

Terri's Fight was a Key

Topics: Euthanasia

We were repeatedly told that there was no culture of death agenda involved in the fight for Terri Schiavo's life. Yet, those claiming victory are calling her death a key to their vision for the future.

During the next 35 years, the traditional view of the sanctity of human life will collapse under pressure from scientific, technological, and demographic developments, says controversial bio-ethics professor Peter Singer.

"By 2040, it may be that only a rump of hard-core, know-nothing religious fundamentalists will defend the view that every human life, from conception to death, is sacrosanct," says Princeton University's defender of infanticide. "In retrospect, 2005 may be seen as the year in which that position (of the sanctity of life) became untenable," he writes in the fall issue of Foreign Policy.

Singer sees 2005's battle over the life of Terri Schiavo as a key to this changing ethic.

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Posted by tim at December 3, 2005 8:29 AM


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When I first read about this case, this was exactly how I thought about it. Terri's fight was definitely a key to the future. The forces behind the advocacy for her death are evil forces. For the moment they have a victory. However, this victory will be short lived.

The key to overturning this victory will be the arrest of Michael Schiavo, George Greer and all of the other players who conspired to kill Terri in the name of euthanasia.

Jesus Christ has already won the victory over Death. The evil forces behind euthanasia cannot win in the long term. We are the ones who need to educate the foolish within the public arena that this kind of attitude is totally immoral, and those responsible for the death of this woman, and others like her, must pay the price for the treachery against life.

Posted by: Maggie4Life [TypeKey Profile Page] at December 8, 2005 5:47 PM

When someone of the ilk of Singer seems encouraged, that ain't a good sign. Of course, when it's Pete's own mother (stricken with Alzheimer's), he goes and helps her at his own expense. Anyone else- the unborn, Terri, whoever, he doesn't give a dang.

Posted by: thedegu [TypeKey Profile Page] at December 8, 2005 8:33 PM