Monday, December 8, 2003

UN may vote on cloning Monday: "US-led group may push total ban, despite earlier vote to delay a decision for 2 years"

"An initial proposal, supported by more than 20 nations including Belgium, France, Germany, and Japan, would have banned human cloning for the purposes of reproduction." In other words, create people, grow them for parts, and then mandate the killing of the rest of those human beings.

"A second proposal supported by the United States, Costa Rica, and 64 other nations—mostly developing and strongly Catholic countries—would have led to a ban on both reproductive and 'therapeutic' cloning for research purposes."

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