Thursday, March 23, 2006

Why Are There No People With Disabilities in North Korea?

Because infants born with physical disabilities are killed soon after birth that's why. This is from Red State:


SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea has no people with physical disabilities because they are killed almost as soon as they are born, a physician who defected from the communist state said on Wednesday.
Ri Kwang-chol, who fled to the South last year, told a forum of rights activists that the practice of killing newborns was widespread but denied he himself took part in it.
"There are no people with physical defects in North Korea," Ri told members of the New Right Union, which groups local activists and North Korean refugees.
He said babies born with physical disabilities were killed in infancy in hospitals or in homes and were quickly buried.
The practice is encouraged by the state, Ri said, as a way of purifying the masses and eliminating people who might be considered "different."


Is there much difference between aborting a fetus and killing a physically disabled infant? Pro-abortionists HAVE HAD TO SEE ultrasounds of babies in the womb, you see fingers, toes, hearbeat, facial characteristics, etc.

For lefties, I guess if you can't see 'em, they ain't real, another hypocritical view of the left. Is there a more narcissistic stance taken than abortion? It's not about the woman's own body......there's another one in the womb.

I know a guy pretty well, he's a Hillary, Barak Obama "worshipper", he asked me what's the difference between abortion and capital punishment.

That's easy......one is the purest form of innocence, while the other is guilty of the ultimate sin.

You should have seen the look on his face.

2 Comments:

At 6:24 AM, Blogger Sergeant America said...

No wonder North Korea doesn't host The Special Olympics?

... and how did Kim Jong il miss the "cut?"

 
At 1:01 PM, Blogger Joe Gringo said...

Hah! Kim Jong il's physical disabilities turned into mental disabilities.

 

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