By Tom Quiner

Adolph Hitler

Adolph Hitler accomplished much for Germany. In his own words from a speech in 1939 …

” … I overcame chaos in Germany, restored order, enormously raised production in all fields of our national economy … “

These are accomplishments any American could relate to, aren’t they? Mr. Hitler really put government to work for his people:

“I succeeded in completely resettling in useful production those 7 million unemployed who so touched our hearts… “

Mr. Hitler created massive public works programs like the German Autobahn to employ people, something the American Democratic Party reveres.

“I have restored to the Reich the provinces grabbed from us in 1919; I have led millions of deeply unhappy Germans, who have been snatched away from us, back into the Fatherland; I have restored the thousand year old historical unity of German living space.”

Sounds a little like today’s Palestinians, a cause to which American liberals relate.

So, you see, Hitler did some good stuff. It just doesn’t seem right for people to dwell on the six million Jews he killed and on the World War he started. We need a balanced perspective in assessing a man. Right?

That is what supporters of Planned Parenthood tell us about an issue raging here in Des Moines, Iowa.

A woman with a resume filled with accomplishment was chosen to be recognized at Dowling Catholic High School until it was learned she had served on the board of Planned Parenthood for several years.

She withdrew her name from consideration after parents who support the Church’s position on life brought this information to the attention of the Principal and the Bishop.

Letter after letter has appeared in the Des Moines Register praising Planned Parenthood for the counseling, the education, and the “reproductive health” services they provide to the poor.

These people are furious with Dowling for not recognizing a woman who supports the mission of an organization that kills the pre-born.

Think about this for a minute. The Catholic Church views us to be fully human at conception, fully entitled to human rights.

Planned Parenthood doesn’t.

In the view of the Church, Planned Parenthood kills and profits from killing the most vulnerable amongst us.

Margaret Sanger

They have killed far more human beings than Adolph Hitler killed Jews. The philosophy of their founder, Margaret Sanger, shares a kinship with Mr. Hitler’s philosophy:

“We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities.  The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

Like Hitler, Margaret Sanger wanted to rid society of “inferior” human beings. To that aim, Planned Parenthood today opens clinics in inner cities near the highest concentrations of the African-Americans. Over half of black pregnancies end in abortion, most of which are performed by Planned Parenthood.

So, should we praise Adolph Hitler and Planned Parenthood for the “good” that they’ve done … or not?

Does the Jewish Anti-Defamation League honor Hitler?

Then how can the Catholic Church honor anyone associated with Planned Parenthood?

3 Comments

  1. Theresa Dowd on September 28, 2011 at 9:05 am

    Right on!!!

  2. anon on April 8, 2012 at 11:59 pm

    wow, what an ignorant, fyi there weren’t even 6 million Jews in the whole of Europe at that time, studies show that it was impossible for there to have been so many Jews even in all Europe, read some wikipedia, history of the jews in germany: From the time of Moses Mendelssohn until the 20th century the community gradually achieved emancipation, and then prospered. However, following the growth of Nazism and its antisemitic ideology and policies, the Jewish community was severely persecuted and suffered a brutal genocide. Many Jews emigrated, and of the 522,000 Jews living in Germany in January 1933, only 214,000 were left by the eve of World War II. About 90% of the remaining community was killed during the war.[1] so i don’t know what your math skills are, but 90% of 214,000 is 192,600, about a thirtieth of 6 million. i don’t support Hitler at all and what he did was atrocious, but if you’re going to write an article, at least get your facts straight and stop being so biased and giving false information

    • quinersdiner on April 11, 2012 at 9:21 pm

      There is no question that there are discrepancies on estimates on how many were killed in the Jewish Holocaust. No credible scholar, though, denies the Holocaust as you evidently do. Raul Hilberg, writing in The Destruction of the European Jews, 3rd ed. (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2003), Vol. 3, p. 1321, puts the number at 5.1 million. The United States Memorial Holocaust Museum estimates that 2.7 were exterminated in the killing centers alone.

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