Yale Could do Better

We’re living in an era when the absolute worst is coming out in individuals.  A professor at Yale University is well versed regarding the potential demographic disaster befalling his native country of Japan.  Abortion on demand has put them in a precarious position of having too many senior citizens and not enough young workers.  This professor’s suggestion will shock you.  During a media interview he stated the solution is “mass suicide and mass seppuku of the elderly.”  Seppuku is the traditional ritual of death by falling on a large sword.  The professor also advocates the “possibility of making [euthanasia] mandatory in the future.”  Voices of compassion and justice were heard.  One saying it’s words of “hatred toward the vulnerable.”  Seriously Yale,  you couldn’t do better?

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