Abortion isn’t murder. How about you mind your own business.
Prior to Auschwitz and the other death camps, the Nazis established a policy of direct medical killing: that is, killing arranged within medical channels, by means of medical decisions, and carried out by doctors and their assistants. The Nazis called this program ‘euthanasia’, specifically using this term in an effort to camouflage mass murder.
On July 14, 1933, the German government instituted the ‘Law for the Prevention of Progeny with Hereditary Diseases’. This law called for the sterilization of all persons who suffered from diseases considered hereditary, including mental illness, learning disabilities, physical deformity, epilepsy, blindness, deafness, and severe alcoholism. With the law’s passage the Third Reich also stepped up its propaganda against the disabled, regularly labeling them ‘life unworthy of life’ or ‘useless eaters’ and highlighting their burden upon society.
At first only infants and toddlers were incorporated in the effort, but eventually juveniles up to 17 years of age were also killed. This appetite for killing spread from person to person, becoming more and more acceptable among the German people. Over time, this medically masked killing disoriented the morals of an entire nation, eventually leading to the outright genocide of millions of human beings.
Abortion advocates routinely dehumanize the preborn members of our human family by using terms like ‘parasite’ and ‘clump of cells’. It’s also perfectly legal in the United States to euthanize these children if they have ‘genetic abnormalities’. Ninety percent of children prenatally diagnosed with Down syndrome are killed in this country. NINE OUT OF TEN. Over 3,700 healthy babies being carried by healthy mothers are killed each and every day in the United States alone.
You say ‘mind your own business’. What kind of world do you think we would be living in today if we followed your sage advice throughout history?
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