They Said Slaves Weren’t Persons, They Said Jews Weren’t Persons, Now They Say Unborn Babies Aren’t Persons

Personality is a misused word that tries to redefine what a person is. It is a social construct that gives way to genocide because it falsely divides an individual into two separate phases, the human and the human. If we look back in history, we see many times this construct has been used to create a false right for some to control, enslave and kill others by denying them their personhood.

It is so sad in today’s social climate that we continue to allow some people to be reduced and discarded. While many fight to see equality between races, genders and nationalities in one breath, the next they are ready to strip the humanity of another group of people.

Those who worked to abolish slavery understood this great injustice. They know that dehumanizing people of color is bad. They know that the US Supreme Court was in grave error with its Dred Scott decision in 1857, which ruled that Black people were not US citizens and could not expect protection from the federal government.

The idea of ​​personhood – and non-personhood – was used to justify the slave trade and continue to deny human rights to a group of people because of the color of their skin. Even after the slave trade was abolished many continued to dehumanize Black people and work towards their removal from America. The founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, was among the most vocal.

The Nazis used this false construct to justify their attempt to exterminate the Jews. They systematically stripped the Jews of their human rights, treating them like inferior citizens before finally killing them by the millions in concentration camps. We see the dehumanization of Jews continuing to this day, because we still have to fight this hatred fueled by character building.

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With all these lessons from history, we still accept these deadly lies to take away the human rights of another group of people, with the 1973 stamp of approval from the US Supreme Court.

Pre-born people are the most vulnerable people, with abortion advocates deciding that they cannot achieve personhood until they make it out of the womb.

In the fall of the decision of Roe v. Wade in 1973 two years ago, many states recognized and acted to protect the marginalized pre-born, but many others worked to reinforce the dehumanization of the pre-born.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, we have been urged to “trust science,” but where the pre-born are concerned, science has taken a back seat as the right to abortion has been redefined as a fundamental right. human and important for women if they are expecting. to finish school or have a successful career. Babies in the womb are seen by so many in our country as nothing more than parasites or the proverbial – but completely untrue – “cluster of cells.”

We have seen the horrors that humanity has created in history and we are seeing it today. Scientifically, we know that a person’s life span begins at the moment of conception and continues until the moment we die. From the human zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child, youth and to the adult, the human being is simultaneously an individual person. There is no separation whatsoever. We have been human since we existed.

One day, we will look back on legal abortion as the bloodiest and deadliest period in history. Organizations like Planned Parenthood will finally be seen as they should be, as the descendants of the founders of the slave trade and the Third Reich. The truth will be brought to light and the evil darkness of the abortion holocaust will be exposed.

LifeNews Note: Bryan Kemper is the founder of Stand True (www.StandTrue.com), the youth outreach of Priest for Life (www.EndAbortion.US). He also serves as director of activism for Priests for Life. His latest book is Pro-life is the New Punk Rock.

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