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Fetal Stem Cells Unnecessary for Ebola Vaccine

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 10:57 AM Current | Bio | Archive

I recently read an article on One News Now which states that “President Barack Obama and his administration endorse the use of cell lines extracted from aborted babies to develop Ebola vaccines, even though the government conceded that using moral alternatives — such as plant and animal cells — would be just as effective.”
I read this while I was on a www.restorethedream2014.com tour where I had been broadcasting facts about the moral bankruptcy of our nation and the lack of moral leadership coming out of this administration.
As the article states, there is an assault on life by backing and fast-tracking the use of aborted fetal cells instead of the more successful use of adult stem cell research or other forms of cell lines.
Ebola is deadly; I get that. But to do something immoral to achieve a moral good is not acceptable, especially if there are other moral alternatives.
In another article I read, it states: “The Ebola outbreak in West Africa risks unleashing an economic catastrophe that will leave a “lost generation” of young West Africans, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said on Sunday, urging stronger international action.”
“The worst epidemic on record of the deadly [Ebola] virus has now killed more than 4,500 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. Eight people have also died in Nigeria and cases have been reported in the United States and Spain.”
“Johnson Sirleaf, a former senior World Bank executive, said Ebola was having a dire economic impact in the worst affected countries, with harvests missed, markets shut, and borders closed. She said the outbreak had undone much of the recovery achieved in the wake of Liberia’s 1989-2003 civil war.”
As bad as Ebola is, and it’s really bad, U.S. and global abortion has left a larger void. The Ebola crisis adds insult to injury as far as eugenics and genocide are concerned.
With over 3,000 babies being aborted each day in America alone and over 110,000 worldwide, what economic impact is the loss of these missing people having on our world? Add the Ebola victims to the numbers, and the count just keeps mounting.
Billions of dollars are being spent on abortion each year. Planned Parenthood alone receives over half a billion tax dollars from our government. And many at the U.N. want to spend much more to make abortion more accessible around the world.
How much lost revenue has there been because of the over 1.3 billion missing people. How many harvests have been missed? How many businesses were never begun? How many jobs were never created? How many products were never invented? How many vaccines were never developed?
In a world that devalues human life to the point that a human baby has less value and protection than an eagle egg, sea turtles, or ladybugs, it’s no surprise that killing unborn babies for the purpose of harvesting their stem cells is quite acceptable to many people.
In a world that accepts that it’s legal to kill one’s own child because of inconvenience or not fitting with one’s plans, how can we be surprised that there is so much crime, and so many killings in the world?
As Mother Teresa said, “If we accept that a mother can kill her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill each other? Any country that accepts abortion is not teaching its people to love, rather, to use violence to get what they want.”
If we want to change the course of American history from a culture of death to a culture of life, we must begin today. We must work to change people’s hearts. We must become moral people. And we must begin by electing moral people to office that are not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Vote early, vote absentee, or vote on November 4. Just make sure you exercise your right to vote. Vote as if your life, the lives of aborted babies, ISIS victims, Ebola victims, and all victims are impacted by our votes — because it is true.

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Ebola is deadly. I get that. But to do something immoral to achieve a moral good is not acceptable, especially if there are other moral alternatives.
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