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Abortion today, genocide tomorrow.


Abortion. It’s a word that stands out any time it’s used. What is it really, and how can it affect us?
As of right now, there is no law in Canada governing abortion, which means a baby can be aborted right to full term.
In the beginning of Canadian history, abortion was deemed a criminal act. How did it go from being banned to having no restrictions at all? The answer is, slowly.
First, it was allowed in cases where a woman was raped or where the health of the mother was in danger, basically extreme cases. Women had to go before a committee to get an abortion approved. But the committees were not consistent. Women wanted abortions for many reasons, and didn’t find the decisions of the committees fair, and eventually the abortion law was overthrown. Since then, no law has been put in place to govern it.

This is a very sad and scary thing. The fact that this is allowed in Canada is very serious.
Abortion is murder, and murder is sin. Sin is never satisfied. It always wants more and pushes to go to the next level.


“You must not murder.” – Exodus 20:13
Some people believe they have the right to kill their child in the womb, so they fight for their “right” to do it.

There is no difference in the eyes of God whether a child is killed inside or outside of the womb.  At this time the general public believes it’s worse to kill a baby outside of the womb. But even that is starting to change.


There have been many reported cases of babies being born alive due to a botched abortion and then killed. Some are left struggling for life until they die.


Aborted baby


If abortion continues to be allowed, the next locigal progression would be to have the choice to kill your own child after birth  if you decide you don’t want it. What would stop people from trying to slowly raise the age of that? If people use their freedom of speech to fight for this “right”, we must use our freedom of speech to fight against this and stop this drift.
We need to come to a place as a nation and a people where we decide that human life is sacred, that it must be honored and protected.
If the next step from pre-birth abortion is post birth abortion, what is next?


Society has become a place where convenience and selfishness drive everything. I believe that the next step would be legalizing “Euthanizing” the elderly who ask for it.
God commands us not to kill, even ourselves. If we allow that, it will lead to doctors or family members (POA, etc.) deciding when to kill the elderly. So it goes, from babies to elderly to handicapped.
Perhaps after that it would be legal to allow people to kill family members who are handicapped. This may come across in a way where they are vouching for quality of life for the person, but it would turn into a choice of convenience for many people.
And as we already know, the earth is very populated and there is a “food shortage”. What would stop the government then from deciding that they have the right to pick and choose who should live for the sake of population control?
This may seem far-fetched to some, but again you must remember, sin causes even more sin and gets worse each time. It is never satisfied.
And if you think this is a new theory, you’re wrong.


The Bible says:


“What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun.” – Ecclesiastes 1:9


History repeats itself.
A similar drift has occurred in history, a genocide led by Nazis.

• Laws were passed to exclude Jews from Civil Society
• Concentration camps were formed
• Ghettos were formed
• Special Army units were used to bring Jews to extermination camps, if they survived, they were sent to gas chambers


What some people don’t know is that Nazis didn’t kill only Jews, they were also involved in Eugenics. The idea of Eugenics began in the 20s before initial Socialism.
Biologists and Anthropologists desired to create a “Utopia” type of society free from handicap and illness. The belief came about that the government could interfere with the growth of the population.


During the 2nd World War, 15,000 people were killed at an institution called Hadamar. It was disguised as an insane asylum by Nazis from 1941 – 1945.

This was one of six institutions used in the T-4 Euthanasia Program. In total about 200,000 people were killed from 1939 – 1945, most in a gas chamber.


Hadamar Prisoners


Patients were brought before Nazi doctors who decided who would die and who would live.

Among the people chosen to die were the handicapped, those unable to work and unable to live by themselves. They considered them: “useless eaters” and “unworthy of living.”

They brought them into a room and told them they were going to take a shower.

They put 60-70 people in one room at a time and then gassed them. In the next room, their bodies were dissected. Afterwards, their bodies were cremated. Approximately 60 – 70 people were killed per day in Hadamar.


Hadamar Cemetary


Some of these things were influenced by the theory of evolution greatly encouraged by Charles Darwin.
Darwinism is not a sufficient condition for Nazism but a necessary one. When people reject the belief in a true God and believe that we are merely just animals, it is not surprising that people would eventually view others as and treat them like animals. This is what is happening when people say a baby is merely just tissue in the womb.


“You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body
and knit me together in my mother’s womb.
Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex!
Your workmanship is marvelous—how well I know it.
You watched me as I was being formed in utter seclusion,
as I was woven together in the dark of the womb.
You saw me before I was born.
Every day of my life was recorded in your book.
Every moment was laid out
before a single day had passed.” – Psalms 139:13-16
During the time of World War 2, an announcement went out on television. This is a quote from that advertisement: “Mankind has neglected following natural selection, that we have allowed sick people to live and have even encouraged their growth.” They show a picture of a man indicating that he is ugly, and show another with missing teeth and say that he is a beast.

People that had any genetic issues in their family history were made sterile, as well as people that weren’t found to be beautiful enough. Thousands of men and women were sterilized. This of course was devastating to them.


What may be shocking to some of us is the fact that some of this has occurred in our own Country.
In Alberta, from 1928 – 1972 the Alberta Sexual Sterilization Act was in place. They largely targeted youth, women and minorities. For youth, it was so they wouldn’t be a burden to their parents. In 1937 an amendment was made to the act so that consent was not needed for those considered mentally defective. Youth were almost always considered mentally defective, so this by passed parental consent and greatly increased the number of sterilizations that took place amongst them.
The aim of these sterilizations was to decrease the financial burden of families and to prevent people with unwanted behaviors from reproducing. Because they couldn’t stop negative social behaviors, they wanted to prevent these people from producing others like them.


In British Columbia, prejudice against the mentally and physically disabled as well as concern over the cost of care for these individuals was very high. There was also an increase of immigrants between 1910-1920. Some people believed that they had undesirable characteristics.
In 1928 British Columbia passed its sexual sterilization act. In 1933 a Eugenics board comprised of three people was formed. A social worker, a psychiatrist, and a judge had the ability to authorize the sterilization of any institutionalized person. Prostitution, alcoholism and addictions were believed to be biological and inheritable. They believed that sterilizing such persons would help stop these types of behaviors in society. The act was repealed in 1973. The records concerning British Columbia’s Sterilization Act have since then been destroyed or lost.


Although the changes in society may not look the same as they did back then or in those places, things are still changing. Are they for the better or for worse?
We need to stop the progression that abortion will bring now.
From 1974 to 2012 there have been approximately 3,393,594 abortions in Canada, almost 90,000 a year. In the United States approximately 53 million abortions have been performed from 1973-2011, approximately 1.3 million a year.
We are in genocide right now, a silent one. The unborn cannot speak and we do not hear their cries. It is time for us who can speak to make a stand and fight for their lives.

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July 16, 2014 at 9:42 pm by admin
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