John Jakubczyk from Arizona Right to Life
wrote a blog today titled "The Abortion holocaust - why words have meaning
"It is interesting that some people are offended by the comparison and yet are unwilling to address the reality that children are being killed in the name of "choice" and "convenience." It is a reflection of a society that will permit abortion but ban smoking in public buildings."
The article is about how people are offended that the term "holocaust" is used to describe the murder of unborn children.
My Mother's family and many Jewish families were killed by the Germans because they were unwanted and hated. Her father was dragged into the street and shot publicly for all to see. People in the past may have claimed they didn't know about what was going on, but I say they didn't care. I believe the hate and rhetoric of that day was powerful, and it was part of what convinced the population of Germany to do the horrible things that they did, but I also believe the people of that country went along with it for some reason. Am I saying the entire population of Germany wanted to kill all Jewish people? No, but I am saying many of them were sold a bill of goods that they wanted to buy or had no problem buying.
Let's look at racism in America as another example. For many years blacks were kept down, well after their freedom was granted. They were second..no, 5th class citizens & shared many similar problems as the Jews. Many in America considered them inferior, unintelligent, dirty, violent and more. Though they weren't carted off to Auschwitz, segregation kept them in a separate place, whether it was drinking fountains, schools, back of the bus or whatever.
Along came Margaret Sanger and her kind, people who believe(d) that blacks truly are inferior and "feeble minded", and should be offered the ability to kill their offspring through abortion. She founded The American Birth Control League which later became Planned Parenthood. Many people wanted to hear her message and supported her movement of black and "feeble minded" sterilization. The statistics are staggering:
> Today, almost 80 percent of Planned Parenthood abortion mills are in minority neighborhoods.
> Twice as many African-Americans have died from abortion than have died from AIDS, accidents, violent crimes, cancer, and heart disease combined.
> Since 1973, abortion has reduced the black population by over 25 percent.
> A black baby is three times more likely to be murdered in the womb than a white baby.
> In America today, almost as many African-American children are aborted as are born.Article
Black leaders like Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, & others bought into the abortion lies. They didn't & don't know that there are those who have and still use the tool of abortion to kill blacks.
And finally, the unborn. We are sold that children are inconvenient, costly, time consuming and troublesome. The media helps push this message and the general talk in society amongst those who aren't Pro-Life goes something along these lines:
> I am Pro-Life - I am against abortion, but it isn't up to me to tell other women what to do with their bodies.
> By aborting children with birth defects we save them and us a lifetime of difficulties and expense
> It's a woman's right to choose
> You're a man, you have no right to tell women what to do with their bodies
> You don't want children with birth defects
The number of killed Americans is reaching 50 million. The global holocaust against the unborn is real. The denial of it is the same as the denial of hatred and violence against Jews, Blacks and others in history.
How did the Jews get rescued?
We did not invade Germany to save the Jews. As a matter of fact, we were surprised at the level of evil that existed in Germany as we opened the gates to the death camps. If we did not attack, every Jew would have been wiped out, as well as every Gypsy, handicapped and any other undesirables. Their program of genetic selection was fully underway, as ours is today.
How did racism end? Enough brave people stood up and said ENOUGH! People marched and protested and good people stood up everywhere and defended black Americans. Black leaders, like Martin Luther King Jr., lead the marches around our country and showed us that black people deserve the same respect as white people.
Where does that leave the unborn? Unless more of us speak up for them, they will continue to die at a rate of over 3500 every single day. Almost every 30 seconds an American human being is killed by abortion at the hands of a so-called "doctor".
To deny the modern day Holocaust is to deny the murder of millions of innocent human beings who never had a chance to speak for themselves.
Don't let it end there. Even if you are already involved in a Pro-Life effort, join us at MarchTogether.com
every month on the first Friday. Email, call or march to let your representatives know it is time to end the process of legalized murder we call abortion.
If the unborn don't have us, who do they have?
United we stand - Divided they die - Pass it on