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Thursday, February 23, 2006

Copulabuntur adversus animam iusti et sanguinem innocentem condemnabunt



The latest from the caring government of Holland.

The target groups for her [the Health Minister's] program are Antillean teenage mothers; drug addicts and people with mental handicaps, she said, according to a report in Expatica.

According to the report, Van den Anker said children from these groups run an "unacceptable risk" of growing up without love and with "violence, neglect, mistreatment and sexual abuse."

Sounds eerily familiar to the legal arguments of Karl Binding--Doctor of Jurisprudence and Philosophy--in 1920:

"One painfully realizes how wastefully we treat life that is precious and full of vigor and power and how much wasted manpower, patience and capital investment is invested at the same time to keep life not worth living alive until finally, often awfully late, nature triumphs."

(The Release of the Destruction of Life Devoid of Value, trans. Robert L. Sassone, 1975)

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