Enjoy re-reading Fr. John's weekly bulletin letters for the past year.
I always thought that the WWII era German people who participated in the systematic genocide carried out in Concentration Camps and those who looked the other way were an historical anomaly, one-time moral freaks. But now that we live in a country with Murder, Inc. also known as Planned Parenthood I'm beginning to think the people who lived under the National Socialism of the Nazi Party were more the norm than the exception.
The recent undercover investigation into Planned Parenthood's harvesting and selling of human baby organs and tissue (www.centerformedicalprogress.org) seems to make any distinctions between our society with its abortion mills and German society with its concentration camps a distinction without a difference. Yes there were those who resisted and tried their best to undermine the laws of the Third Reich, just witness the 5million non-Jews that died in concentration camps just like there are many of us today who resist and try to undermine the abortion laws of the US. But that fact that there is a law that officially legalizes the homicide of human beings based on status of development is every bit as morally repugnant as any other type of genocidal policy.
The defenders of Murder Inc., will quickly state that the harvesting of fetal organs and tissue "allows scientists to use human life to do research which helps develop things like better vaccines or treatments for diseases". The defenders of the experiments that went on in the Concentration Camps stated that this "allows scientists to use human life to do research which helps develop things like better vaccines or treatments for diseases". So whether it's a Jew in a Concentration Camp or an unborn child in an Abortion Mill using them for medical research and experimentation is justified since it will improve the quality of life for others? Why draw the line there?
After WWII some of the medical research carried out by the "physician" Josef Mengele and his henchmen in the Concentration Camps was used in research labs to develop better medical and dental treatments. But who today would say that since we benefited from the medical research on Nazi prisoners that is sufficient to justify the human experimentation carried out during WWII? In other words that the ends justify the means? Yet the callousness of the Planned Parenthood senior director of medical services "physician" Deborah Nucatola, who said, "We've been very good at getting heart, lung, liver, because we know that, so I'm not gonna crush that part. I'm gonna basically crush below, I'm gonna crush above, and I'm gonna see if I can get it all intact" all the while eating her salad shows someone who like Mengele allows the means, no matter how gruesome, to justify the ends.
One of the rationales which the Nazi's used their eugenics policy for was to purify the Arian race not only from Jews but also from the "unwanted": mentally ill, alcoholic, homosexuals, epileptic, deformed etc. But isn't the Abortion Industry all about doing away with an "unwanted" pregnancy or a child that prenatal screening has determined has a genetic defect such as Downs Syndrome?
In a little over ten years the Nazi's were able to systematically and efficiently under the protection of law kill over 11million human beings. In a little over 40yrs the Abortion Clinics lead by Planned Parenthood have been able to systematically and efficiently under the protection of law kill over 54million unborn or partially born human beings.
I'd say we owe an apology to the German people of WWII for looking down on them as some sort of heartless, moral aberration of history all the while feigning our moral superiority.
Love, Fr. John B.
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