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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Pasteurization is Murder

There's been a lot of talk lately about the War on Women and how Conservative held legislatures across the land are trying to impose their "moral" will on society.  I say kudos to those tea-baggers; without you we would surely be in hell by now (metaphorically speaking).  I applaud the stance that the right wing is taking in their crusade on womens' rights because that unborn glob of cells could, one day, be a vital vote.  I say why stop at fetuses?  Everyday, doctors in the developed world sign death warrants, nay, execution orders for genocide.  At times, even nurse practitioners are allowed to commit mass murder with the swipe of a pen.  Ladies and Gentlemen, we are truly in an age where the pen IS mightier than the sword.  These living creatures cower at the sight of a syringe.  Life is the most precious thing on this obscure globe we call Earth and we must protect it.  I am calling for all politicians to stand up against antibiotics and vaccinations.

Bacteria & viruses are single cellular organisms that are able to survive on their own, they are fully developed so they should get more attention than fetuses that take 9 months to even come close to be able to set foot in this world.  Bacteria and viruses thrive in undeveloped nations, and we sit idly by while we allow people to execute innocent cells.  Trillions upon trillions of bacteria are slaughtered on an annual basis in developed lands all just so we can feel better.  Rubbish I say.  Life is life, and if we are to consider that an unfertilized egg is a life, we need to consider other unicellular organisms.  I am speaking for those that do not have a voice, that do not have rights to representation, those that are slaughtered needlessly and without a second thought.  I am the voice for e-coli, salmonella, staphylococcus, H1N1, Ebola and the imaginary AIDS.

It is time to put the manslaughter into perspective and shift attention away from abortions of fetuses and focus on the abortions of bacteria and viruses.  Life is life and death is death.  Are we going to sit in a doctors office anymore and wait for the execution order to be sent in to the pharmacist so these living creatures are able to suffer and writhe in pain and agony?  Are we going to expose our buttocks anymore for penicillin?  Reject your z-pack, reject vaccinations, reject Campbell's chicken noodle soup.  We are hosts and we support life.  A runny nose is a small sacrifice to make in order to support life.

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