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> "Kenneth Van Oost" <Kenneth.Van.Oost@village.uunet.be> <email@example.com> Fw: sex and the single memeDate: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 11:05:25 +0100
>> > ----- Original Message -----
>> > > > "Kenneth Van Oost" <Kenneth.Van.Oost@village.uunet.be>
>> > <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: sex and the single memeDate: Fri, 25
>> > > ><< Their own evolutionary disposition of being pro- life for
>> > > >Memes just use you and me, this list, the Net to put forward their
>> > > >progency. All the ones who are around, in all their forms possible,
>> > > >the ones who survived and will thrive. The one more than the other,
>> > > >still the ones dormant are waiting to pop up someday.
>> > > >Group or individual, memes don 't care. ' We ' care, but pro- choise
>> > > >memes has selected that for us.
>> > Joe Dess said,
>> > > Yeah, and those anti-abortion memes are peeved about it,
>> > << Well Joe, in a way they are connected with other plexes as they were.
>> > But I see your point and I do understand the hidden meaining behind it,
>> > so to speak, but in my understanding, already memesets conjured others
>> > to set up defense- mechanisms against the erosion of religious traits
>> > habits.
>> > Pro- choise is choosing pro- life
>> > Pro- life is choosing against choise and therefor against life, well set
>> > between
>> > definitions of what life has supposingly to be.
>> > IIRC, the only attacks on abortion- hospitals were done in the US.
>> > Holland on the other hand, which has the most advantaged and modern
>> > legislition about such things, there were no attacks !
>> > The difference lies, IMO, in the history and how religious thoughts are
>> > intertwingled with ruling/ laws and thinking.
>> > Conformism in any way is choosing against pro- choise and therefor
>> > against pro- life.
>> > Choosing pro- life and kill for it, well that beats me !
>> > Such idiots are the worst kind of fundamentalists, the pope is one them.
>> > They haven 't a single clue what is going on in the communities of
>> > and moreover they haven 't got the slightest idea what of all kinds of
>> > and suffering they throw upon people !!
>> > In a way they are pro- choise if their choise is there to be chosing !
>> > Regards,
>> > Kenneth
Prochoicers want to preserve their own reproductive choices. Prolifers want to preclude the exercise of reproductive choice in others. Since they are willing to engage in violence and intimidation to achieve this goal, I think of them as prostrifers.
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