Saturday, July 25, 2015

Planned Parenthood's All Too Familiar Dehumanization Tactics

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp.  The Nazi era is a case study in how a country lost its humanity.   We should also note it took only a small percentage of the population to hijack Germany and foist its ideological perversions on the populace.  No country is immune to these tactics and the people and organizations that employ them.

Planned Parenthood is an outgrowth of the Eugenics movement.  Their humanity reflects the culling ideologies of the early 20th century.  According to Rasmussen, even today, after reports of ghoulish organ harvesting of the unborn, a healthy 25% of the American population still supports Planned Parenthood.

“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 25% of Likely U.S. Voters favor the sale of body organs from aborted babies for use in medical research. Fifty-four percent (54%) oppose the sale of fetal body organs. But a sizable 22% are undecided,” the polling firm indicated.

Rasmussen followed up with another question referring to the body parts of aborted babies as tissue. That elicited even more support when it asked: “Do you favor or oppose the use of fetal tissue in medical research?”

 “However, when it comes to the use of fetal tissue in medical research, 43% favor it, while 34% are opposed. Twenty-three percent (23%) are not sure,” Rasmussen reported…

 …“Fifty-three percent (53%) of voters share a favorable opinion of Planned Parenthood, including 28% with a Very Favorable view. The organization is seen unfavorably by 37%, with 25% who hold a Very Unfavorable opinion of it,” Rasmussen indicated.

When I was in grade school, students were taught the ascendancy of multi-cellular organisms.  Cells –tissues – organs – organ system – organisms; or, in this case babies.  I’ve noticed that proponents of Planned Parenthood emphasize only tissue samples were being sold, when in fact, they are organs.  This is tactical dehumanization in order to make their positions more palatable.  Does that sound familiar?

Last week, I watched a documentary on Auschwitz.  A Nazi clerk described how guards dealt with a screeching Jewish child.  He said, they grabbed “IT” by the ankles and bashed “IT’s” head against the railcar. 

That Nazi clerk had to be in his 70’s when interviewed.  After all those years, he described that Jewish child as an “IT” instead of a human being.


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