sorry for my late reply. i had to get to the computer as typing on the phone is annyoing when making a longer post.
But we seem very selective of what is wrong
We loose our minds over one of these shootings but will defend the killing of 2 million babies each year by Plan Parent Hood [/quote]
i know what you mean. in fact i observed it on myself just 2 weeks ago.
opposite of my house (i live on the 6th floor, the last of the building in frankfurt) i witnessed a guy, 26 years old, committing suicide.
he went up on a crane and was up there for the entire day. i wasnt particularly watching at all as i was sure he will come down sooner or later. police was there with firefighters etc, in total about 150 rescuers.
he was up there for 11 hours. and i could see him from every balcony and window of my flat.
around 22:30 i was just taking a glimpse to see if he is still up there, and 3 seconds while i was watching he really did jump.
hearing of such things in news or from rumors doesnt touch anyone anymore, as those things happen constantly. we are used to it, we are numb to people dieing. seeing it with my own eyes didnt let me go for several days, the picture kept repeating itself day in day out from waking up till falling asleep.
if its a death far away from you it wont touch you, we are numb on hearing someone died. but if its a death near you (or in your country, your social environment) which was utmost unnecessarry and “unplanned” it will shock people. why? because it could have been them as well who got killed, in a every day situation without any warnings or signs that they will die, they died. we always immagine that people die for a reason- 30+ people dieing without any reason, right in your neibourhood is something that schocks people.
now to abortions:
this is my opinion and feminists will hate me for that.
imo life stands far above the right of any self-determination. that means that if you are pregnant the life of the child goes first. and not only from week 13 but from day 1.
nevertheless people are forcing agendas that abortion should be as easy as taking a pill against a headache.
no they should not.
today we have a countless possibilities to not get pregnant. condomes, pills, operations etc etc.
who ever got pregnant “by incident” was just too lazy to take a pill or put on a condome.
this lazyness should not be a justification to kill a child. the reasoning for “a child too early ruines your future perspectives” is just as hypocrate as any other reasoning. if you value your future perspectives over your own child you can always give him to adoption to a family that can not get kids, or put him in an orphantage. but killing is the utmost dumbest, laziest and most selfish “solution” to this.