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The euphemisms used by Nazis and abortion advocates are eerily similar. Death camps were called "relocation centers" in Nazi Germany and Nazi Occupied Europe. Death camps are called "reproductive health centers" in modern America. The Jews were described as a "parasitic race" by Hitler, while the unwanted child is described "a mere parasite" by Planned Parenthood. The end result then was "termination" of the Jews and the end result now is "termination of pregnancy."
In the Nazi death camps the victims were labeled "useless eaters," "human ballast", "a mentally dead person," etc. Genetic counselors and physicians who referred for extermination were called, "protectors of the family." Those sentenced to die were "life unworthy of life." The killing was advocated for the "health of the people," being described as "purely a healing treatment" and a "healing work". The bodies of the murdered Auschwitz inmates were referred to as "garbage." Jews were repeatedly referred to as a "disease," for which extermination was the "cure" or "final solution."
German Physicians referred to the killing of handicapped children as a "surgical operation" and killing hyperactive children was a called a "cure." The first panel to decide which children would be executed and which were not was called the "Committee for the Scientific Registration of Serious Hereditary and Congenital Diseases." The first killing centers were called "Children's Specialty Institutions" and "Therapeutic Convalescent Institutions."
In the initial killing programs of Nazi Germany, mentally deficient children were killed only after acquiring parental consent. One Nazi doctor that killed children by gradual sedation and then over-dose said, "there was no killing strictly speakingï¿½ people felt this is not murder, it is a putting-to-sleep." Killing patients was referred to as giving "special treatment" - both in the case of mentally ill patients and later of the Jews as a whole. Zyklon-B, the poison used to kill mass numbers of Jews, was referred to as "medicine."
Note the commonality language between the Nazi positions and the claims of abortionists and today's "pro-choice" supporters. In Nazi Germany, the killing of Jews was not against the law, the killing centers were "medical centers" that the killers were "doctors" and the killing was done in the name of promoting "health." In pro-choice America, the killing of babies is not against the law, the killing is done at "medical clinics", the killers are "doctors" and abortion is called a woman's "health" issue.
In America's death camps the victim is usually called a "fetus," but they have also been called "unseen infections," "a sexually transmitted disease" and "a cancerous growth". Abortion supporters have stated that abortion is the "preferred treatment" for "unwanted pregnancy: the number two sexually transmitted disease" and "an aborted baby is just garbage."
Abortion is commonly referred to as a mere "procedure" or "minor surgical operation" and abortionists are often called "service providers." Compare this to the Nazi death squads called "special service groups". The IRS lists Planned Parenthood and other abortion clinic operators as "charitable organizations" engaged in "promoting health." Compare this to the official name of the Nazi organization for implementing euthanasia, the "Charitable Foundation for Institutional Care."
In 1943, Himmler referred to the killing of Jews as having "exterminated a germ," and abortion advocate Natalie Shainess justifies abortion by claiming that the unwanted pregnancy is merely "an alien germ."
Former Auschwitz physician Dr. Fritz Klein made the analogy between the massacre of Jews and "a good doctor" who "takes a scalpel and removes an appendix full of pus." He went on to say, "The Jews are the pus-filled appendix in the body of Europe." Similarly, abortion advocate Dr. Alan Guttmacher likened the destruction of the fetus to "operating on an appendix or removing a gangrenous bowel."
Under the Nazi regime, the term "special treatment" was used euphemistically for Jews and others to be exterminated. Today, the medical establishment (AMA, American Academy of Pediatrics, etc.) refers to abortion as the physicians duty "to provide care and treatment" for unwanted pregnancies.
Block 20 at Auschwitz, where "experiments" were "terminated" with a lethal injection of phenol to the heart, was known by both inmates and doctors as the "treatment room." The room in abortion clinics where the abortion is actually committed is commonly known as the "procedure room."