By Euro Weekly News Media • 02 September 2011 • 9:11
Knife-wielding man shot dead by police at Charles de Gaulle airport, France Credit: Javier Garcia/Shutterstock.com
According to the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) there has been a shocking rise in the number of children aborted on grounds of their potentially being disabled.
Each year about 200,000 children in the UK are terminated in their mothers’ wombs.
The spin in favour of abortion is slanted towards society’s inability to offer sufficient quality of life unless this Herod-like culling of the unborn takes place.
So why are they rattling collection plates to raise funds to feed Africa’s starving masses so they can suffer and starve instead? It is 25 years since pop singer Bob Geldof was catapulted onto the front pages with his Feed the World Campaign.
Since then Ethiopia’s population has risen from 33.5 million to 78 million.
He and his foolish campaigners actually make the effects of famine worse by ensuring the survival and procreation of many more people than those parched lands can sustain.
During the same period 5 million children in the UK have been aborted because there are too many in that crowded isle yet with open arms it accepts the rest of the world’s excess.
You couldn’t make it up? In four years the UK’s Christian population declined by 2 million; the Muslim population increased by 74 percent. Clearly the children of some are more equal than are the children of others.
Kevin Myers writing for the Irish Independent writes; “Unlike most of you, I have been to Ethiopia, like most of you I have stumped up the loot to charities to stop starvation there. The wide-eyed boy-child we saved is now a Kalashnikov-bearing hearty, siring children whenever the whim takes him.”
Neighbouring Somalia is yet another protein-free wilderness of assorted hostile tribes, which Myers describes as Kalashnikov-toting, khat-chewing, girl-circumcising permanently tumescent layabouts.
The cock-eyed lunacy of liberalism is in its highly imaginative idealised vision of Africa but is intellectual depravity, fanciful nonsense.
Confined to nursery stories it is harmless enough. When liberals continue to feed starving populations so the famished multiply to double the suffering it is time to stand up and say enough of such claptrap. It is also time to stop the charity industries creaming off the bulk of donations offered by Europe’s conscience-stricken dupes.
The political and administrative structure of much of independent Africa is insufficient to feed its people. Apart from human misery inflicted on future generations of Africans, half-witted idealists are creating ecological problems that will outlive the legacy of slavery.
By 2050 the population of Ethiopia will be 177 million; equivalent to today’s population of France, Germany, Belgium and Holland combined. Alas; Ethiopia and neighbouring nations are located on barren wilderness upon which little can be grown. Get it?
Where is the sense in feeding a food crisis to increase the size of the next famine? Where is the sense in feeding a starving child so he or she can multiply on land unable to sustain one child? Worse, to produce children destined for a life of rampant disease and starvation; screaming circumcision with Stone Age implements; abject poverty, violence and sexual abuse.
Yes, the West’s self-serving indulgent generosity, with the passage of time, will be seen to have been far crueler than slavery ever was. We need another William Wilberforce to use gunships, if necessary, to control liberal lunatics. As the great scientist Isaac Newton surmised: “I can calculate the movement of the stars, but not the madness of men.”
Wake Up, Spain
The opinion article ‘Wake Up, Spain’ written by Mike Walsh, published last week in this edition was cut short in error. The full piece can be read online www.euroweeklynews.com/columns/mike-walsh/
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