Originally Posted by Play The Man
Earlier this year, Ben Johnson at the online publication FrontPage Magazine provided quotes shedding light on Holdren's embrace of "compulsory abortion" for American women "if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society." In "Ecoscience," Holdren and the Ehrlichs also outlined their desire for "a comprehensive Planetary Regime (that) could control the development, administration, conservation and distribution of all natural resources."
The concept of "compulsory abortion" sickens me and I think any government that even suggests that it has the authority to command a woman to murder her child, because her baby will "endanger society," is a purely evil government that needs to be overthrown as soon as possible.
As for the Christian scientist, it doesn't surprise me at all. The liberal left has been at war with Christianity for decades now, so I'm not surprised that left-wing nutjobs would think that religion and science are incompatible.
They seem to forget that most of the pioneers of modern science were very devout Christians, to include Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.