The British Columbia Health Ministry has admitted that the remains of babies destroyed by abortion in B.C. facilities are ending up in a waste-to-power facility in the United States, providing electricity for residents of Oregon.
The province’s Health Ministry said in an email to the B.C. Catholic that “biomedical waste” shipped to the U.S. to be incinerated includes “human tissue, such as surgically removed cancerous tissue, amputated limbs, and fetal tissue.”One of the commenters points out that this doesn't make any sense: cremation of mammalian bodies is a net power loss. It takes far more energy to cremate than you will ever get out. The purpose of cremation of "human tissue" is to dispose of potentially infectious body parts, and other items that we really do not know what to do with -- and in the case of the euphemistic "fetal tissue," which troubles us as a society. The core issue here that is causing squeamishness by the British Columbia Health Ministry is that almost everyone except the most extreme pro-abortion activists knows that there is something wrong with a system that produces such large quantities of "fetal tissue."
1. Failure to adequately supervise teenagers so that they don't get pregnant (because so many teenagers are just as good at contraception as they are at doing homework or driving).
2. Failure of teenagers and adults to adequately use contraception.
3. Failure to protect teenagers from widespread forcible rape and forms of emotional manipulation that might as well be the same thing.
4. Failure of mothers and fathers to recognize that your mistakes, carelessness, drunkenness, whatever, have consequences.
5. Failure to recognize that your "mistake" may be an opportunity for a childless couple to raise your "mistake," to their enormous joy and, eventually, to the joy of your "mistake."