Tuesday, January 27, 2015, the world recalled 70th years since the liberation of the horrific Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz.
A national pro-life leader says that one day abortion clinics will be viewed with the same horror.
According to the Holocaust Memorial Museum:
Auschwitz I was constructed to serve three purposes: 1) to incarcerate real and perceived enemies of the Nazi regime and the German occupation authorities in Poland for an indefinite period of time; 2) to have available a supply of forced laborers for deployment in SS-owned, construction-related enterprises (and, later, armaments and other war-related production); and 3) to serve as a site to physically eliminate small, targeted groups of the population whose death was determined by the SS and police authorities to be essential to the security of Nazi Germany. Like many concentration camps, Auschwitz I had a gas chamber and crematorium. Initially, SS engineers constructed an improvised gas chamber in the basement of the prison block, Block 11. Later a larger, permanent gas chamber was constructed as part of the original crematorium in a separate building outside the prisoner compound.
At Auschwitz I, SS physicians carried out medical experiments in the hospital, Barrack (Block) 10. They conducted pseudoscientific research on infants, twins, and dwarfs, and performed forced sterilizations, castrations, and hypothermia experiments on adults. The best-known of these physicians was SS Captain Dr. Josef Mengele.
Between the crematorium and the medical-experiments barrack stood the “Black Wall,” where SS guards executed thousands of prisoners.
In honor of the day, the BBC even uploaded a haunting video showing the images a drone captured over the death camp.
It is sobering to recall the evil men can do if they are allowed to target an entire group of people.
But, as the world remembers what was done during the Nazi holocaust, many fail to see that another holocaust is happening today, the holocaust of abortion.
Amazingly when you compare compare Germany’s Nazi holocaust and America’s abortion holocaust you’ll see there is practically no difference between the mindset of holocaust then and now.
As with slavery in early America, killing Jews in Nazi Germany, or killing babies in America today — just because something is legal does not make it right.
So how do you get a country to allow humans to be treated worse than animals?
You use euphemisms to convince people that these actions are justifiable, or even beneficial.
Abortion advocates and America’s largest Death Camp operator, Planned Parenthood, have elevated the dehumanization of holocaust victims to an art form with their ‘pro-choice’ rhetoric.
Today, abortion is justified by claiming the killing of babies is “safe and legal.”
Dr. Michael Jackson, an abortionist and clinic owner said, “I just go by what the courts say. I only do what’s legal.”
These were the same justifications used by doctors who participated in the massacre of millions at Auschwitz.
Zyklon-B, the poison gas used to kill the Jews, was seen as helping to alleviate suffering and permit “humane killing”.
At Nuremberg, numerous Nazi doctors and killers said they were innocent because they had broken no law.
“The jurists in Berlin told us this was a legal matter,” testified Walter Schmidt, “quite legal.”
According to an expert on Auschwitz, “The Nazis committed no crime at Auschwitz since no law or political order protected those who were condemned.”
In fact, the legality itself helped to distance the killers from the killing – if it was legally ordered or at least permitted, then the killing was someone else’s fault.
At the trial held for nurses who injected infants and children with lethal substances, the heart of their defense of was that the killing was carried out in conformity of the existing laws.
The defense claimed that “these people were only carrying out the laws of the land” and “the accused did not act wrongly because they were covered by law.”
The euphemisms used by Nazis and abortion advocates are also eerily similar.
The Jews were described as a “parasitic race” by Hitler, while the unwanted child is described “a mere parasite” by Planned Parenthood.
Death camps were called “relocation centers” in Nazi Germany and Nazi Occupied Europe.
Death camps are called “reproductive health centers” in modern America.
In 1919, the state of Indiana had allocated $300,000 to create a work colony in the city of Butlerville where those who were labeled feebleminded would be incarcerated.
Then in 1932, Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger called for the U.S. government to set aside farms and what she called “open spaces” where certain groups of people would be segregated from the rest of society.
She proposed that, among others, the illiterate, the unemployed and the poor should be forcibly kept in these areas until they developed “better moral conduct.”
Whatever Hitler’s motivation was, the end result was “termination” of the Jews and the end result now is “termination of pregnancy.”
Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics said that one day the world will look back on abortion with the same horror they do the Nazi Holocaust, “One day people will look back at this time with the same revulsion they had for slavery and the Nazi Holocaust.”
“One day people visiting closed abortion clinics will react with the same horror and revulsion as they have about Auschwitz and ask how society could have done this,” Crutcher said.
In Nazi Germany, Christians would sometimes sing hymns to drown out the sounds of passing trains taking people to the gas chambers.
If the screams coming from the boxcars grew louder, the congregation would simple sing a little louder.
These are the words, Life Dynamics has published in a brochure entitled, “Jesus Loves the Little Children.”
Sadly, today in modern America, that history continues to repeat itself, one day it will change, one day abortion clinics in America will be as unthinkable as Auschwitz .