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January 31, 2016

Thanks Cd’A Press for the article, “The Right to Life” on the front page (1/24/16)! Your photographer took time to get some good shots of a variety of pro-life signs at the march. And thank you people for getting out to protest this worldwide tragedy of the killing of children; well over one billion children in the last 50 years (or about 44 million children worldwide per year).

The actor Jack Nicholson, who might have been aborted if his unmarried Mom had gotten pregnant today, said, “My only emotion is gratitude, literally, for my life (1984).” One sign that our family has not seen in about 38 years of attempting to stand up for the Civil Rights for unborn children and against the exploitation of their moms (and dads) is, “I have noticed everyone who is for abortion has been born.”

Elie Wiesel who survived the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz says, “There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.”

Regarding “signs depicting graphic abortion images,” Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower had German civilians forced to visit Buchenwald concentration camp at the end of WWII. When looking at the depths of depravity to which their Nazi leaders had sunk, many said, “We didn’t know.”

Conversely, German Pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer had the courage to speak out against Hitler’s murder of millions of innocent human beings and became a martyr at the age of 39 (1945). After the Nuremberg Trials (1945-1946), guilty Nazi leaders were hung.

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January 2016


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