DAILYKENN.com -- Imagine a group of Jewish faith leaders blessing a National Socialist death camp.
That appears to be a fitting parallel when a group of faith leaders — most of whom were black — blessed the opening of a Planned Parenthood "death clinic" in Washington, DC. A disproportionate percentage of death clinic victims are black.*
There are, of course, differences.
• The death camps were in Eastern Europe. The death clinic is in Washington, DC.
• The statistic — six-million Jews allegedly killed by National Socialists — has never been documented to my knowledge. The sixty-million** babies killed in complicity with the Democratic Party has been documented by the Centers for Disease Control.
• There is a significant number of history revisionists who question the veracity of the Jewish holocaust narrative (called "holocaust deniers" by the left). There are no abortion holocaust deniers. Everyone is fully aware that tens of millions of pre-natal lives have been terminited by medical procedure in America since 1973. They are aware. They apparently just don't care.
*Non-Hispanic Black women have a significantly higher abortion rate (25.1 per 1000 women of reproducive age) than that of Non-Hispanic Whites (6.8) and Hispanics (11.2). [source]
**As of 2014 there were over 60-million documented abortions in the United States, according to CDC.
From lifenews.com ▼
Blessing an abortion clinic may seem antithetical to religious beliefs about the sanctity of life.
But various religious leaders came together to do just that on Tuesday at Planned Parenthood’s newest abortion facility in Washington, D.C.
DCist reports religious leaders representing more than 20 groups participated in the ceremony inside the new mega-facility, which opened in September. The new abortion facility is located next to the Two Rivers Public Charter School, a sought-after elementary school in D.C, much to the outrage of pro-lifers and parents.
“In almost every message to our staff, I talk about our doing sacred work,” Dr. Laura Meyers, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, told the news outlet. “This confirms the sacredness of the work we do.”
Later, she said pro-lifers “tried to separate those of us working on or supporting the right of women to choose a from a sense of deep spirituality. So today is a shift in that narrative.”
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