William Brennan, Ph. D., in his book, The Abortion Holocaust, very effectively presents compelling similarities between the Nazi holocaust and the present day slaughter of over 40 million unborn babies worldwide each year. The first thing, he says, is to redefine people as less than human, as “subhuman expendables,” and therefore devoid of value or respect. The German Supreme Court in 1936 refused to recognize Jews living in Germany as “persons” in the legal sense. In 1973 the United States Supreme Court declared that the word “person” in the Fourteenth amendment did not include the unborn.

Likewise, the defendants at the Nurenberg War Crimes trials invoked the law to deny personal responsibility. Killing Jews was legal. Abortionists use the same rationalization. “I only do what is legal,” they say.
“What is legal is moral” has been a pervasive slogan used to justify atrocities down through history.

I have learned that if you write a letter to the editor of most newspapers and use the word “abortuary” it will be changed to “clinic.” (That might lead one to suspect a pro-abortion editorial policy.) The extermination of human lives is inherently distasteful and must be camoflauged. The abortionist does “procedures,” not abortions, in a “clinic” not an abortuary. The Jews were “evacuated” for “special treatment” to “labor” or “resettlement” camps. The word “Brausebad” (showerbath) was inscribed over the gas chamber door at Dachau.

Hitler reviled Jews as “parasites in the body of other nations.” Radical feminists reduce the unborn to the status of a parasite in a woman’s body. Not to belabor the point longer, I will close with just one more similarity between the abortion holocaust and the Jewish holocaust (5 million others were killed also but they don’t seem to get much attention.) As long as the Jews were going to die anyway, they were used for medical experiments and their body parts used for treatment of German soldiers. Likewise, today we hear about the “harvesting” of fetal parts to treat various diseases or to postpone aging.

Funny, isn’t it, that the parts are human enough to provide valuable transplants, but the whole baby is just so much subhuman garbage?


I read that the reason why the killing during the Nazi holocaust was changed from shooting to gassing was that the rank-and-file Germans who had to pull the triggers experienced emotional distress at shooting helpless men, women, and children. Gassing, on the other hand, took place behind closed doors and was less stressful for the killers.

Abortionists have publicly admitted a similar stress on clinic employees who have to deal with the fetal remains. (In the book Second Trimester Abortion: Perspectives After a Decade of Experience – Berger, Grenner, Keith, eds, 1981) “Soon after voluntary abortion became a legal reality, some authorities observed an unanticipated strong emotional reaction by the staff”.

Similarly, the Nurenberg documents indicate that even after gassing those who had to unload the bodies suffered emotional distress. This is why the unloading of the bodies was eventually given to the Jews who themselves were destined for killing. In the abortion industry, the abortionist leaves to his assistants the grim task of reassembling and disposing of body parts.

For you created my innermost being. You knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Psalm 139:13-14