...can be found within the human embryo harvesting industry:
A major research project is to be announced this week that will culminate in three years with the first transfusions into human volunteers of "synthetic" blood made from the stem cells of spare IVF embryos. It could help to save the lives of anyone from victims of traffic accidents to soldiers on a battlefield by revolutionising the vital blood transfusion services, which have to rely on a network of human donors to provide a constant supply of fresh blood.Hmmm... I wonder just how many of those human embryos, yes, human lives, "volunteered" for this.
There's something very ghoulish about people destroying innocent life so that they could improve the quality of their own lives.
Oh, there are the usual culture-of-death liberals who will argue to their dying day that these tiny lives are nothing more than a collection of cells; are sub-human, and as such are quite expendible.
After all, it becomes easy to kill when the recipient of your deed is stripped of his or her humanity, doesn't it?
I'm sure that the operators of Auschwitz, Treblinka and Sachsenhausen will likewise vouch for that fact.