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'''Abortion''' shares many similarities to the ideas of '''Adolf Hitler'''.  [[Hitler]] believed in the forced "[[evolution]]" of humanity through the death of all those who were not Aryan, most notably including Jews.  He viewed non-Aryans as inferior.  One of the most common reasons for [[abortion]] is to kill those who suffer from physical and mental issues, in a form of [[eugenics]].  This is a lot like Hitler's attempts to murder of those he considered inferior.
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[[Image:Hitlerspeech.jpg‎|thumb|300px|right|Abortionist views are very similar to those of [[Adolf Hitler]]]]‎'''Abortion''' shares many similarities to the ideas of '''Adolf Hitler'''.  [[Hitler]] believed in the forced "[[evolution]]" of humanity through the death of all those who were not Aryan, most notably including Jews.  He viewed non-Aryans as inferior.  One of the most common reasons for [[abortion]] is to kill those who suffer from physical and mental issues, in a form of [[eugenics]].  This is a lot like Hitler's attempts to murder of those he considered inferior.
  
 
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Abortionist views are very similar to those of Adolf Hitler
Abortion shares many similarities to the ideas of Adolf Hitler. Hitler believed in the forced "evolution" of humanity through the death of all those who were not Aryan, most notably including Jews. He viewed non-Aryans as inferior. One of the most common reasons for abortion is to kill those who suffer from physical and mental issues, in a form of eugenics. This is a lot like Hitler's attempts to murder of those he considered inferior.

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