So you won the election…. now what?
Now that you have the victory, and that “feeling” of VE Day, the death camps of Planned Parenthood still need liberating. Lives of the unborn and the elderly, the sick and the infirm, are still at risk in this culture of deaths years of brainwashing schemes which made souls assume that “assisted suicide” along with”abortion on demand”are acceptable. They still need to be stopped and in all future generations to come, must now be unthinkable.
You MUST end it.
Where this madness of the culture of death began to grab society, is in fact, Nazi Germany. When Washington DC passed Assisted Suicide into law this past week, I wondered how lawmakers could do such a thing, with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, located right in Washington, DC. I began to understand that these people who passed this heinous law, couldn’t be bothered to open their eyes to the reality as to why, not one nation on earth, could make such a law as this, without understanding the consequences to future generations.
Repent America. Turn back to God.
Directly from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Nazi Germany’s First Program of Mass Murder
The “euthanasia” program was Nazi Germany’s first program of mass murder. It predated the genocide of European Jewry (the Holocaust) by approximately two years. The program was one of many radical eugenic measures which aimed to restore the racial “integrity” of the German nation. It aimed to eliminate what eugenicists and their supporters considered “life unworthy of life”: those individuals who—they believed—because of severe psychiatric, neurological, or physical disabilities represented both a genetic and a financial burden on German society and the state.
Child “Euthanasia” Program
In the spring and summer months of 1939, a number of planners began to organize a secret killing operation targeting disabled children. They were led by Philipp Bouhler, the director of Hitler’s private chancellery, and Karl Brandt, Hitler’s attending physician.
On August 18, 1939, the Reich Ministry of the Interior circulated a decree requiring all physicians, nurses, and midwives to report newborn infants and children under the age of three who showed signs of severe mental or physical disability.
Beginning in October 1939, public health authorities began to encourage parents of children with disabilities to admit their young children to one of a number of specially designated pediatric clinics throughout Germany and Austria. In reality, the clinics were children’s killing wards. There, specially recruited medical staff murdered their young charges by lethal overdoses of medication or by starvation.
At first, medical professionals and clinic administrators included only infants and toddlers in the operation. As the scope of the measure widened, they included youths up to 17 years of age. Conservative estimates suggest that at least 5,000 physically and mentally disabled German children perished as a result of the child “euthanasia” program during the war years.