Thursday, August 5, 2010

First they came for the disabled

Check out my latest posted article below

"Many people do not realize that the first people targeted for extermination in Germany in the 1930's were the disabled. Under the secret T-4 program, individuals with disabilities were labeled "life unworthy of life" and "useless eaters." Today, there is a silent eugenic movement that has resulted in 90%+ of children identified prenatally with Down syndrome to be targeted and then terminated. Although there are no railroad cars or smoke stacks in the distance, the results are the same as the "Killing Crates" of the 1930's." http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/kondrich/100805

2 comments:

bear said...

Amen!!! Keep up the good work. I shudder to think if I would have not been born if the attitude was so prevalent in the 60's to remove abnormal/different/unhealthy babies. My first experience of the "genetic testing" was with our first child, my wife and I got scared of the testing ( it was a danger to test the fetus at that time) and we declined. He was a healthy boy and we would not have cared what testing would have told us anyways.

Daniel said...

God bless you as you lift up your voice like a trumpet, and show the people their sins.

Your daughter's smile must make the angels sing - it is so pure :)