Planned Parenthood Rhetoric Echoes Pro-Slavery and Nazi Rhetoric

Karl Brandt
In recent months, a series of undercover videos has exposed Planned Parenthood’s practice of harvesting fetal organs. In defense of this practice, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards argued,
This is actually laudable that women and their families choose to make fetal tissue donations in order to potentially save lives of other folks.

Couple’s Offer to Adopt after Watching Planned Parenthood Video Goes Viral

In the fourth of a series of undercover investigative videos, a Planned Parenthood worker casually sifts through the “war-torn” remains of an aborted fetus, looking for pieces to sell. “It’s a baby,” she jokes. “Another boy,” she adds, picking up a severed leg.


UChicago Prof Defends Haeckel with Abortion Comparison

The writings of Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919), a German biologist famous for popularizing Darwinian theories of evolution, have long been identified by historians as a contributing factor in the rise of Nazi eugenics. Haeckel felt it was a mistake to preserve babies with debilitating conditions, and he praised the ancient Spartans, who inspected infants at birth and killed the weak.


4 Pro-Choice Arguments that Echo Pro-Slavery Arguments

These arguments used today against the pro-life movement echo the arguments used in the 19th century against the abolition movement.

Argument #1

Today: Pro-lifers are obsessed with outlawing abortion, but they don’t demonstrate any concern for children after they are born.