I took a tour through Auschwitz the other day. It is a very sad and sobering experience. The inhumane nature of man stares at you witnessing the places where people treated other people worse than they would treat animals and even insects. The reality is that the victims showed a courage and a respect for their fellow citizens that was shamelessly missing from their tormentors.
As we passed through the section where Josef Mengele conducted his experiments on other humans, I immediately thought of the Planned Parenthood physicians discussing the sale of the organs of the child that has just been murdered. I could hear Mengele justifying his actions in the same manner of the Planned Parenthood physicians justifying their actions; the advancement of medical knowledge. I could imagine Mengele having dinner with Hess and explaining his experiments with the same callous attitude of the Planned Parenthood physicians while drinking a fine glass of wine.
The hierarchy of the Nazi regime justified these actions by both Hess and Mengele as necessary because it was for the greater good. These justifications are no different than are the justifications for Planned Parenthood. The Nazi justification was that the subject of the experiment was not a part of the true human race and thus could be discarded. Planned Parenthood would have us believe that since the child has not been born the child is not human and thus can be discarded.
What we know is that when a society accepts the attitude of Planned Parenthood, the child is not human and the sale of its organs betters society, then that same society can also justify the mass murder of millions of people in the name of improving society. Josef Mengele could easily have been one of those Planned Parenthood physicians harvesting the organs of a murdered child for profit. Those who would justify Planned Parenthood and their actions could easily take the next step toward the justification of ridding society with undesirables for the good of all.
The experience of walking through those grounds and those buildings where unimaginable atrocities occurred, brought me back to the actions of today and realize that we justifiably criticize the actions of the Nazi's and yet many in America rationalize and justify the atrocities of Planned Parenthood when in reality the only difference is in magnitude.