Thursday, April 16, 2015

Reminding ourselves of the ongoing American holocaust of abortion

"How dare you compare abortion to the holocaust or slavery? ... How dare we not compare the Abortion Holocaust to the American Slave Trade, the Jewish Holocaust or any other catastrophic evil in history?"
As we remember this 70th anniversary of the Jewish Holocaust with a resolute 'Never Again!' let us reflect inward towards ending the ongoing genocide in our own backyard. No decision, no policy, no law can blur the line between good and evil...and abortion is an unequivocal evil stain upon this land that this government and its people must face before the annals of history and our Maker...
StandTrue: I have heard many people cry foul whenever any pro-lifer uses the Jewish Holocaust or slavery in America as a comparison to abortion. Many times at my talks someone will scold me during question-and-answer time, claiming to be offended that I would use such a comparison.

The problem they have is not really the fact that a comparison is being made to one of these horrific tragedies; after all, we build museums, memorials and reminders of what happened to make sure something like the Jewish Holocaust will never happen again. The problem really is that we have elevated what they consider to be a blob of tissue to personhood status.

If comparison in and of itself were the problem, then we would not go to such great lengths to educate society about what happened. The reason places like Auschwitz are open for the public is to guarantee that we understand the horror of what took place in the death camps.

This is precisely the reason we use such imagery. We want to the world to understand that what makes us so sick about Jewish Holocaust is precisely what makes us sick about the Abortion Holocaust. We talk about the Dred Scott Supreme Court Decision because we want people to see that Roe v. Wade is just as despicable.

The same reason these people are so upset about pro-lifers using these comparisons is the very reason we use them: personhood. We have a duty to use the tools that history has given us to educate future generations about the bloodshed that has already destroyed the lives of over 57,000,000 innocent American baby boys and girls. ...

The fact is these comparisons have to be made in order to show the full scope of the tragedy that took place on January 22, 1973. I would argue that we should be offended if we don’t compare these events and use these historical tools to show the world the truth about the Abortion Holocaust.

It is obvious that we have not yet learned from the unthinkable acts of human destruction in history and the ignorance that led to such devastation. We are obligated to take these lessons and teach people the truth in hopes we can end the plague of child killing that is abortion.
Related link: We’ll quit comparing abortion to the Holocaust, if...

ADDENDUM: Further evidence that abortion is the sacrament of the Left...

TRS: Megyn Kelly cornered DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz on where the line is when abortion is NOT okay. But she absolutely refused to give any kind of direct answer, using every caveat she could find to avoid it, essentially saying it’s all permissible if your doctor thinks it is okay.
...and here's the culture that it breeds and destroys...

TRS: Live Action has gone into different Planned Parenthood facilities in Virginia, New York, and New Jersey and all of them were willing to aid sex traffickers in getting abortions for their child sex slaves, with one even telling them where to go to get a secret abortion for a minor under the age of 14. They also made sure the sex traffickers knew that their child sex slaves could get insurance, even if they weren’t citizens.
On both accounts, on all accounts, sickening.
"Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do."
Lord, give us the will and wisdom to end this atrocity. Amen.


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