No Rights for Plants – a necessary factor for the holocaust
|May 7, 2008||Posted by Dave S. under Intelligent Design|
As the prior article here talks about some moonbats in the Swiss government have concocted a set of rights for living things that even includes plants’ rights.
This appears to be relevant to some other hot-button topics here in recent days.
First of all it occurs to me that for the holocaust to happen it was a necessary factor for plants to have their right to life stripped from them. It’s really the first step down a slippery slope that ends with people having the right to life stripped from them. David Berlinski take note. We don’t want to overlook this in the future when we round up the usual suspects for holocaust scapegoating.
The second thing that comes to mind is that this appears to be natural law – even plants have a right to a life unmolested by human
bullies thugs. It appears universal and transcendent. I think the Swiss did what C.S. Lewis only tried to do – found the one true universal transcendent moral law. The mother of all moral laws, so to speak.