Some Brave New World Order depravity news

03 Oct

First ‘three person baby’ born using new method

Some loser organizes his own cuckolding, and writes about it


13 responses to “Some Brave New World Order depravity news

  1. feeriker

    October 3, 2016 at 10:05 pm

    I can see how these two articles could be considered related.

    As for the “three-person baby” horror, just wait until a few years (or decades) pass and they start discovering serious issues that are uniquely characteristic of such “designer” babies. Of course we wouldn’t DARE stop to think of the potentially negative side of the ledger when pushing the scientific boundaries just because we can, now would we?

    • Will S.

      October 4, 2016 at 2:17 am

      I shudder to imagine what the future may hold, now that we’re mucking about with human DNA…

      • speculativeramblings

        December 7, 2016 at 3:45 pm

        Why is mucking about with human DNA a bad thing? Why is it as depraved as a man permitting his wife to commit adultery?

      • Will S.

        December 8, 2016 at 2:47 am

        Genetic engineering and the like are examples of humans playing God. We should instinctively recoil from the notion without even having to reason it out, frankly, but if you need reasons: eugenics; National Socialism; Brave New World. History, and speculative fiction from a more sound era, should be enough reason to reject it. We breed animals for certain traits, but don’t you find the idea of doing the same with humans ghastly and a horrifying prospect, at a gut level? I do! I don’t even need to know about Margaret Sanger or Adolf Hitler or Huxley’s imagined future society in ‘Brave New World’ – but I do, and they confirm me in my ‘prejudices’, if one must label them that.

        I don’t know that it’s more or less depraved than the other; I wasn’t trying to draw an exact equivalence between the two. I was just saying both are depraved, and alas, both are happening.

      • infowarrior1

        December 9, 2016 at 1:39 am

        True. But also that previously genetic based diseases can also be eliminated from the gene pool entirely I would no problem eliminating my eyesight problems from my genes so that none of my descendants inherit. I am sure God has measures in place to deal with whatever frankenstein that may be unleashed.

      • Will S.

        December 9, 2016 at 2:51 am

        Look, I’m not against some use of such knowledge to remove illness-causing genes, and the like. But within strict limits, so that it stays limited to just that kind of thing, and we don’t end up creating ‘designer babies’…

  2. speculativeramblings

    December 8, 2016 at 10:24 am

    Why is playing God bad? Where does the Bible forbid it? Yes, I understand the serpent’s lie said “you shall become like gods,” but it continued, “knowing good from evil.” It said nothing concerning controlling forces of any sort.

    I understand that stem-cell stuff involved “harvesting” fetuses, and that means murder, and that is bad. Elucidate this: to what extent is stem-cell research a part of genetic engineering? Because killing is where I stop.

    • Will S.

      December 9, 2016 at 2:51 am

      As I said to infowarrior1, I have no issue with some use of such techniques to combat inherited diseases, etc. But I hope we can be very careful, and limit ourselves to just that sort of thing.

      I am not a biologist; I don’t know exactly to what extent genetic engineering research is dependent on embryonic stem-cells; obviously I oppose the use of cells harvested from dead embryos / fetuses, if the embryos / fetuses were bred specifically for such purposes, rather than having died of natural causes, and some cells rescued for experimentation purposes, etc. I, too, oppose murder.

      I already said why playing God is bad: consider the eugenics movement; consider National Socialism; consider Brave New World.

      If you can’t think it through and grasp why Christians ought to object, I can’t help you; you are hopelessly modern and progressive in such ways, and just don’t get it. You either ‘get it’ or you don’t; this is not an issue of purely reason; one ought to understand some things at a gut level, and the wrongness of playing God is one of them.

      • infowarrior1

        December 9, 2016 at 4:01 am

        I understand. It is a very powerful and dangerous technology in the hands of fallen man. And I do concur with the rest of your statement.

      • infowarrior1

        December 9, 2016 at 4:04 am

        Given the nature of technology. Its better to embrace it and regulate it tightly than to let it go underground and be even more of a menace in such a way that your gut feeling proves true.

        Technology ultimately cannot be stopped however just like the luddies didn’t stop the march of the machines.

      • Will S.

        December 9, 2016 at 11:07 am

        Agreed, infowarrior1; I am not opposed to technological innovation and progress per se; I just object to knowledge being put to immoral ends…

      • infowarrior1

        December 11, 2016 at 1:49 am

        Don’t we all. Although I have hope that since God is in control. Absolute catastrophe will not occur in this regard.

        Nuclear war nearly came about with the current US election as well as the cold war. If it happened it may look like this:


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