Food For Thought


In recent posts, we’ve been saying that the Left consistently fail to answer the questions that must be answered before they invent a right, launch a movement, or the like.

In the case of abortion, they call it “choice.” Yet, the Left failed to answer the fundamental question: What if we’re wrong? What if “it” is a baby?

In other words, what if the living organism they’re calling “fetal tissue,” or “uterine contents” is really a human baby?

If that’s the case, then the feminists who brought abortion to America on a massive scale are no different from the Nazis. Yep. You read it well.

If “it” is a baby, as I believe, and as science is getting ever closer to concluding, then tens of millions of completely innocent people have been killed. We correctly called the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis “innocent,” and we called the slaughter “The Holocaust.”

You tell me what difference there is between pro-abortion feminists and Nazis. You tell me what difference there is between The Holocaust and the wholesale slaughter of American babies (and babies around the world) in recent decades. I don’t see any difference whatsoever.

The Nazis should have asked themselves the same question: What if we’re wrong? After all, we can’t take it back. Once we’ve killed them, we can’t take it back. Shouldn’t this be a really thoroughly considered thing?

Shouldn’t you be absolutely positive that “it” is not a human baby before you kill it? Shouldn’t you be able absolutely conclusively to answer that question before you kill it? Shouldn’t you be able to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that “it” is not a baby before you kill it?

After all, you can’t take it back.

— xPraetorius

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