Trump is not a fascist, but abortion advocates might be
“The stronger must dominate the weaker…I do not see why man should not be as cruel as nature” – Adolf Hitler
February 16, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) -- Liberal and left wing opponents of the Trump administration often accuse their opponents of being thinly-veiled or outright Nazis and fascists. These slanderous labels justify their use of civil disobedience, intimidation, and at times violence, to shut down the free speech rights of those they disagree with.
“Reproductive rights” and tax payer funding of abortion are sacred and foundational tenets of these same liberal-left groups that hate President Trump, and attack those who support him as modern-day fascists.
Yet the spirit and philosophy of “reproductive choice” has much more in common with Hitler and Nietzsche than the early pro life pioneers of feminism.
Pro-Choice Storm Troopers
Pro abortion apologists realize that they can no longer deny the humanity of the unborn child. Advances in ultrasound technology, fetal surgery, and a basic understanding of human biology have finally put to rest the “it’s just a blob of tissue” farce.
Radical feminists like Mary Elizabeth Williams lift the veil on the spirit and philosophy of the pro-choice movement in her article in Salon aptly entitled, So What if Abortion Ends Life:
Here’s the complicated reality in which we live: All life is not equal. That’s a difficult thing for liberals like me to talk about, lest we wind up looking like death-panel-loving, kill-your-grandma-and-your-precious-baby storm troopers.
Yet a fetus can be a human life without having the same rights as the woman in whose body it resides. She’s the boss. Her life and what is right for her circumstances and her health should automatically trump the rights of the non-autonomous entity inside of her. Always.
Ms. Williams confesses that her perspective on human life may appear to conflict with her liberal identity and make her “look like a kill your precious baby storm trooper.”
She revealed more than she intended.
In the totalitarian philosophy of choice, the will of the mother trumps the rights of the unborn child - as Ms. Williams emphatically proclaims - always.
This radical elevation of the individual will, and the dominance of the strong over the weak, reveal that the philosophy of choice is closely aligned with the worldview and practices of Adolf Hitler, and the spiritual guru for Hitler and the Nazis, philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche:
“This world is the will to power—and nothing besides! And you are also this will to power—and nothing besides!” -Friedrich Nietzsche
The Jew and Fetus as Parasite
In Nazi Germany, the Jew was seen as having a parasitical relationship to the German nation.
Hitler's ideology revolved around the metaphor of the German nation as an actual body or "living organism." The Jew was identified as…the cause of Germany's disease (a bacteria or virus); and as a "parasite on the body of the people." (Library of Social Science)
Nazi physician Fritz Klein justified his role in the “selective reduction” of the Jewish population in concentration camps:
“I am a doctor and I want to preserve life. And out of respect for human life, I would remove a gangrenous appendix from a diseased body. The Jew is the gangrenous appendix in the body of mankind.”
In a similar way, in the pro-choice perverted moral universe, once a mother decides that the non-autonomous entity residing within her body is no longer welcome, then this entity is now in a parasitical relationship with the mother’s body.
This non-autonomous entity must be ex-terminated.
Joyce Arthur of the Pro Choice Network:
“A fetus is not a separate individual - it lives inside a pregnant woman and depends on her for its growth. In fact, the biological definition of "parasite" fits the fetal mode of growth precisely…” - Joyce Arthur
“We know that it’s killing, but the state permits killing under certain circumstances.” – Dr. Neville Sender, abortionist
This is My Body
Fr Frank Pavone of Priests for Life shares how the entire “pro-choice” movement perverts the vocation of womanhood, motherhood and the foundations of Christianity:
“…on the night before He died Jesus said ‘This is My Body, which is given up for you.’ He was pointing to what would happen the next day, when He would give that same Body on the cross. He sacrifices Himself so that we may live...
…abortion supporters say, ‘This is my body… I can do what I want, even to the point of killing the life within it. All is secondary to my dominion over my body."
Mary, the mother of Jesus, when learning of an unexpected pregnancy and her special vocation to be the mother of the Christ, responded to her heavenly messenger:
“Behold, I am the servant of the Lord; let it be done to me according to your word.” - Mary of Nazareth
Mary and Elizabeth
Salon author Mary Elizabeth Williams is ironically named after both Mary the mother of Jesus, and her cousin Elizabeth.
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Remember that upon visiting Elizabeth, her unborn child John responded in a surprising way to Mary’s arrival and greeting of her cousin.
John recognized the powerful and sacred presence of Mary and her unborn son, and leapt and danced in the womb of Elizabeth, like King David before the Ark of the Covenant.
Sadly, pro-choice philosophy seems to have perverted and corrupted the heart and mind of Ms. Williams and the sacred vocation of women and motherhood:
“Her life and what is right for her circumstances and her health should automatically trump the rights of the non-autonomous entity inside of her. Always.” – Mary Elizabeth Williams
Like the dark philosophies of Nietzsche and Nazism, the clever use of manipulative propaganda by the pro-abortion movement to obfuscate the truth, and justify the unjust and horrific violence unleashed against the innocent unborn, has led to an unprecedented destruction of human life.
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