I'm not at all familiar with the latest US television series or the Duggar Family in general, but whatever your opinions of abortion are is beside point in examining this piece. What's obvious here is the depth that the fraudulent 'holocaust' storyline is tossed around to win arguments, the classic Reductio ad Hitlerum which is used to negate an opponent's views as being something that the 'National Socialists' allegedly did or allegedly endorsed.
Do note the regurgitation of the thoroughly debunked: Holocaust Museum [manufactured theme park], 'millions denied the right to life', 'slaughter of those with disabilities, the sickly, the elderly', 'never sit idly & let it happen again'. All thoroughly exposed as being no more than bizarre wishful thinking. You can find these topics covered at this forum.
Then this laughable nutter paragraph:
As if those who profit and benefit from the impossible storyline do not apply their political agenda to the 'holocaust' storyline. As if those who profit and benefit from the impossible storyline do not apply their religious beliefs to the 'holocaust' storyline. Don't make me laugh.Duggar’s post promptly elicited outrage, with a number of commenters criticizing her for attaching a political agenda to historical tragedy. ”While your pro-life viewpoints are totally valid and respectable, the fact that you would even think to make this comparison is absolutely dehumanizing to those involved in the Holocaust, and beyond disrespectful to all women, not to mention the ones who have actually had to choose to go through the difficult process of abortion,” one commenter wrote. Another added, a bit more bluntly, “For you to take something so horrific and tragic like the holocaust and make it some hoe about your religious beliefs is disgusting.”
The author, Jennifer Kutner, is a left wing Zionist and director of media relations for Stand With Us, a racist pro-Israel promotion organization funded by the apartheid Israeli government.
This hate group, Stand With Us (SWU), is a major purveyor of a pro-Israel propaganda with 15 branches in the United States, Israel and Europe, close relations with Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and a constantly growing budget of more than $4 million and is active on campuses around the world. There is no way that she will examine the false premise from which the argument is made. In fact the constant media appearance of the 'holocaust' Big Lie serves to further imbed the false narrative and further indoctrinate the uncritical thinking reader. Read on.
The 'holocaust' storyline is one of the most easily debunked narratives ever contrived. That is why those who question it are arrested and persecuted. That is why violent, racist, & privileged Jewish supremacists demand censorship. Truth needs no protection from scrutiny.http://www.salon.com/2014/09/30/duggar_ ... _abortion/
Tuesday, Sep 30, 2014 10:55 AM PST
by Jenny Kutner
The Duggar family
Duggar daughter blames the Holocaust on evolution, then compares it to abortion
Jessa Duggar, the young evangelical reality star, stirred up controversy on Instagram with an antiabortion comment.
The Duggar family, stars of the TLC reality series “19 Kids & Counting,” have never been shy about their religious or political views. Parents Jim Bob and Michelle oppose contraception and abortion, and they consider evolution a “fallacy.” Michelle recently launched a hateful, transphobic campaign in the family’s home state of Arkansas and has said some troubling things about physical modesty in the past. The Duggars are conservative, to understate it.
So it’s no surprise, then, that Jessa Duggar, Jim Bob and Michelle’s 21-year-old daughter, found a way to tie together many of the extreme conservative beliefs she’s developed over the course of her life, connecting dots between creationism, reproductive choice and the Holocaust. After a recent visit to the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C., Duggar posted a lengthy comment to Instagram in which she first traced the roots of ethnic cleansing to the theory of evolution, then went one step further and likened abortion to the Holocaust:
“I walked through the Holocaust Museum again today… very sobering,” Duggar wrote. “Millions of innocents denied the most basic and fundamental of all rights — their right to life. One human destroying the life of another deemed ‘less than human.’ Racism, stemming from the evolutionary idea that man came from something less than human; that some people groups are ‘more evolved’ and others ‘less evolved.’” She went on:
So they’re murdered. Slaughtered. Kids with Down syndrome or other disabilities. The sickly. The elderly. The sanctity of human life varies not in sickness or health, poverty or wealth, elderly or pre-born, little or lots of melanin [making you darker or lighter skinned], or any other factor. ” … May we never sit idly by and allow such an atrocity to happen again. Not this generation. We must be a voice for those who cannot speak up for themselves. Because EVERY LIFE IS PRECIOUS.
Duggar’s post promptly elicited outrage, with a number of commenters criticizing her for attaching a political agenda to historical tragedy. ”While your pro-life viewpoints are totally valid and respectable, the fact that you would even think to make this comparison is absolutely dehumanizing to those involved in the Holocaust, and beyond disrespectful to all women, not to mention the ones who have actually had to choose to go through the difficult process of abortion,” one commenter wrote. Another added, a bit more bluntly, “For you to take something so horrific and tragic like the holocaust and make it some hoe about your religious beliefs is disgusting.”
This certainly isn’t the first time a person has compared abortion to the Holocaust, nor is it the first time a Duggar has conflated the two; at an antiabortion rally in Texas last year, Michelle Duggar referred to the procedure as a “baby holocaust.” Additionally, the Duggars likened abortion to genocide in a blog post, where they calculated that “more than 56 million lives have been destroyed in our country!” and referred to abortion as “an American Holocaust.”
Jenny Kutner is an assistant editor at Salon, focusing on sex, gender and feminism.
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