People who think the Holocaust perpetrated by Nazi Germany could never happen again, should see the 2008 British film The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, where they will learn how people can paint a pretty picture of just about anything, no matter how sick and depraved. And if hearing reports of people resigning from Planned Parenthood over pressure to procure record quotas of abortions isn't convincing enough, LifeNews.com has an item for consideration:
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Borrowing a page from the playbook of pro-abortion members of Congress who recently used the myth of illegal back alley abortions to oppose the Stupak amendment, grassroots pro-abortion activists are sending coat hangers to Congress to urge taxpayer funding of abortion in the health care bills ...
In other words, if you don't want something horrible to happen again, you not only depict constant reminders of it, you romanticize it. This means that Jews should fly Nazi flags in front of their houses on Yom Ha-Shoah (the Holocaust Memorial Day, on the 27th of Nisan, in late April or early May), adding new meaning to "keeping kosher." Such is the natural conclusion to the reasoning of pro-infanticide activists.
And if that's not sick enough, in the early 90s, I knew a guy from Pittsburgh who sold jewelry at a pro-choice rally -- in the form of dangling earrings shaped like coat hangers.
I'm surprised the idea hasn't made a comeback.