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Sow the wind and reap the whirlwind

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Submitted by Michael (United States), May 30, 2006 at 23:01

The invasion of Europe and America by hundreds of millions of poor illiterate and uneducated illegal migrants from the third world or developing countries is the direct result of the Western world's policy of abortion. Aborting hundreds of millions of babies has left a vacume in the workforce of Europe and America. Illegal migrants with values and beliefs alien to the Western countries are coming to fill that vacume. Without the prospect of employment these young men and women would not risk their lives to migrate. But Europe's birthrate is below the ability to replace those that die. The aging and retiring populations can not do the labor intensive work they once did.

Therefore, old Europe and America will disappear through attrition being increasingly replaced by younger non-European peoples. This is wholly the result of abandoning the belief in the sanctity of life and destroying life for personal convienience and self indulgence. But this is not the end of the matter. These new residents of Europe and America will not accept the tax burden of caring for the old, chronically infirm and handicapped. The abandonment of the Christian Faith in the Western countries will impell those citizens that no longer have utilitarian value for society to end their existance voluntarily or be legally compelled to terminate their own life. This is the dirty little secret of abortion that no one will talk about or publically acknowledge. Sanctity of life is a uniquely Judeo-Christian value that states all human life is sacred because all men and women, boys and girls are made in the image of God. Absent this axiom, no one has an absolute right to life. When we choose to mock God, we lie in ambush for our own life. "The fear of the LORD---that is wisdom. And to shun evil is understanding." (Job 28:28) The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away. (Psalm 1:4)

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