I mean, you have to laugh at the insanity of it all. I cannot imagine any other race conjuring up the idea to sue for not being murdered while they are in the womb. It's insanity really, and an indication that the Israelis are orchestrating their own demise.
Also, it's quite possible that the high rates of Israeli disabilities may also be a result of Israel's overuse of artificial reproductive technologies -- including using sperm from dead men and aborted female babies to create IVF children.
Increasing number of disabled Israeli children sue for not being aborted
ed note–I post this not in the interests of starting a debate about abortion, but rather because there are several items in this story underscoring the nature of what we are up against.
First and foremost is the mindset of a people who are so greedy for gain that they will actually BRING SUIT for having NOT BEEN MURDERED in the womb. This in itself is pure madness and is the same kind of mindset that would be so audacious as to try and make a profit off of free air.
Next is the physiological problems inherent in the Jewish community that contribute to geo-political issues such as war, economic exploitation, etc. As the article points out, birth defects within the Jewish community are substantially higher per capita than they are in gentile societies, for the simple reason that Jews represent a statistically small percentage of the world’s population and then only marry and breed amongst themselves. In effect then what we have is a system of inbreeding, or as the article describes it, consanguineous reproduction.
And again, it begins with the religion itself, which dictates that the Jews are a master race and a ‘holy, chosen people’ who must ‘dwell alone’ and not intermingle or intermarry amongst non-Jews. The inherent eliteism and racism of this mindset has produced a group of people who are not just mad by virtue of the ideas that prevail in their religion/culture, but as well a situation that is made worse by the physical/mental deficiencies resulting from inbreeding.
“Wrongful life” lawsuits, in which doctors are held liable for not discovering fetal abnormalities that might have prompted parents to abort their child, have become so common in Israel that the government has set up a committee to investigate the issue, New Scientist reports.
“I find it very difficult to understand how parents can go on the witness stand and tell their children ‘it would have been better for you not to have been born,” said Professor Avraham Steinberg
According to the magazine, wrongful life claims are more prevalent in Israel where a higher rate of genetic disorders caused by consanguineous (connected by kinship) marriages has fueled a “pro-genetic testing culture.” The county has seen an estimated 600 wrongful cases since the first in 1987.
While similar lawsuits in the United States and Canada are often brought by the parents of disabled children, it is common in Israel for the children themselves to demand compensation for the fact that they were not killed in-utero.
Asaf Posner, a medical malpractice lawyer who sits on the government’s Matza committee which is charged with investigating the issue, has obtained judgments averaging around 4.5 million shekels (about $1 million U.S. Dollars) for clients with spina bifida and cystic fibrosis.
Posner defends the lawsuits, arguing that the medical profession would “become corrupt” without criticism.
Rabbi Avraham Steinberg, a medical ethicist at Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem, disagrees. Steinberg has criticized the lawsuits as psychologically damaging.
“I find it very difficult to understand how parents can go on the witness stand and tell their children ‘it would have been better for you not to have been born,” said Steinberg, who also sits on the Matza committee.
Steinberg claims that some malpractice lawyers are travelling to small communities around the country where inbreeding is more common in search of potential clients.
He also noted that the prevalence of such lawsuits has caused doctors to overstate the likelihood that an unborn child may have a disability, possibly driving an increase in the number of abortions.
“More testing means more false positives – and that means more abortions, because geneticists don’t always know if results indicating the possibility of chromosomal abnormalities are meaningful. I’d like to see a study of aborted fetuses to see how many are diseased,” he said.