Anyone who sneers at pro-abortion/Nazi parallels should watch this:

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    Keep in mind the doctors were at the heart of the death camps.

    "NAZI MEDICINE is considered "a work of truth and timeliness" (Allan A. Ryan, U.S. Department of Justice) that studies the step-by-step process that led the German medical profession down an unethical road to genocide. It graphically documents the racial theories and eugenics principles that set the stage for the doctors' participation in sterilization and euthanasia, the selections at the death camps, as well as inhuman and unethical human experimentation. It is "a chilling chronicle of the road traveled by the Nazi physicians from providing a medical justification for the 1933 Nuremberg sterilization laws to trying to justify their role in the holocaust as defendants in the 1946-7 Nuremberg Doctor s Trial." (George Annas, co-editor, 'The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code'). It also "obliges us to see how our tragic American history in eugenics theory helped to prepare the way for Nazi racial laws, especially sterilization legislation." (Robert F. Drinan, Professor, Georgetown University Law Center)"

    [ame]http://www.amazon.com/In-Shadow-Reich-Medicine-Cross/dp/B00008QS9K[/ame]
     
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    The parallels are not all that surprising. Keep in mind, however, that the Nazis were inspired by U.S. use of eugenics. Eugenics was a popular concept in the U.S. and elsewhere that came from noble intentions but was simply too flawed a concept to work. If it weren't for the Nazis demonstrating the dangerous potential of eugenics, it may very well have continued as it did in the U.S. before WWII, but for how long? Eugenics is one of those things that is destined to come to a head sooner or later. However, people do tend to forget how positively eugenics was embraced in the U.S. at one time.
     
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    In 1975 Germany nixed legalizing abortion based on recognition of the slippery slope they had previously descended.

    In 1972, we legalized it.

    Go figure. America has always been the breeding ground and support of negative eugenics in all its depravity. We still are, and we're poised to take it even further. You'll hear people on here railing for mass euthanisations of coma patients and disabled children. It's common, and it's accepted, rhetoric in the US. And when you remind them of the German descent into madness, and point out how it started and what the worst elements were (doctor-guided death camps, justified by the goal of "improving" the population) they laugh and post images of kitty cats and change the subject.

    It's the same thing. Only more disgusting now than it was then...at least then the goal was to improve and increase the population of a group of people...now the goal is to eliminate mankind altogether.

    Nazis propagandists also claimed the way to eliminate poverty and sickness was to abort/euthanise certain groups.
     
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    Also, it bears noting that the Obama admin is the one restricting women's access to birth control, in order to increase abortion...

    "The federal government will withdraw funding for a Texas program providing more than 100,000 poor women with birth control and other health services because Planned Parenthood clinics are not allowed to participate, a U.S. Health and Human Services spokeswoman said on Friday."

    Feds stop funding Texas women's health program over abortion dispute - U.S. News

    So when you hear the nazis claiming that by closing PP abortion clinics, we are restricting women's access to free birth control, keep in mind that's only true because the admin has determined that if states don't support abortion clinics, they will not receive federal dollars for contraceptives, period.
     
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    It is generally accepted that whenever someone bring up Nazis in an argument that they have really just lost the argument. This thread was over before it even started we could of had a discussion about the ethical implication of abortion and euthanasia and it may have been an interesting conversation. However the Glenn Beckesque Nazi shouting is nothing but a cheap attempt to provoke a strong emotional response. It isn't enough for to start a discussion based on disagreements. Oh no. The opposing side of the argument needs to be a bloody Nazi. This is so fucking transparent.
     
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    Who's being transparent?

    You're right. It is generally accept that whenever someone brings up Nazi in a debate they have lost the argument. The only problem is that doesn't apply to a thread ABOUT Nazis. If you don't agree with the comparison, then tell us why. Otherwise why participate?
     
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    It's not generally accepted by me.

    Progressives don't want the parallels commented on, so they spread the word that anyone who notices the GLARING similarities between the pre-Holocaust environment and today's progressive march should be disparaged and ridiculed.

    Too bad. I haven't lost the argument, there is no argument. The truth is, the policies being touted as "scientific" and "healthy" today are even more reprehensible than the ones the Nazi doctors promoted.

    It is what it is. You guys are worse than Nazis. Watch the film.
     
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    Are you to lazy to read the thread title?

    Anyone who sneers at pro-abortion/Nazi parallels should watch this:


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    Same arguments, same objective that the nazi doctors had...our dear progressives are keeping that flame alive.

    Only they aren't interested in obliterating a specific race, they are equal opportunity butchers.
     

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