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Talk:Abortion and Adolf Hitler

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Somewhat misleading

Hitler was a big proponent of abortion for those he considered undesireable, but not for abortion in general. One of the departments of the Nazi government was called (in translation) the "Reich's Central Agency for the Struggle Against Homosexuality and Abortion." He very strongly opposed abortion for Ayran women, as they were considered vital for breeding a healthy future stock with which to populate the newly conquered Europe. A definate case of one rule for some people, another for others. Suricou 14:45, 23 April 2010 (EDT)

"On May 26, 1933, two pieces of penal legislation . . . prohibit[ed] the availability of abortion facilities and services. More important was the stricter handling of the old antiabortion law, resulting in a 65 percent increase in yearly conviction between 1932 and 1938, when their number reached almost 7,000. From 1935 on, doctors and midwives were obliged to notify the regional State Health Office of every miscarriage. Women's names and addresses were then handed over to the police, who investigated the cases suspected of actually being abortions. In 1936 Heinrich Himmler, head of all police forces and the SS, established the Reich's Central Agency for the Struggle Against Homosexuality and Abortion, and in 1943, after three years of preparation by the Ministries of the Interior and of Justice, the law entitled Protection of Marriage, Family, Motherhood called for the death penalty in 'extreme cases'." - I keep finding this block of text all around the internet, but unfortunatly all the sites seem to cite each other! I don't want to use it on the main page without a citation, so does anyone have an idea where it comes from, or the ability to research and verify individual claims within it Suricou 14:45, 23 April 2010 (EDT)

Re-directing to Adolf Hitler

I'm creating this so BenjaminS can make a case for it, and if they like, Conservative and RobSmith can respond. JacobB 13:21, 3 May 2010 (EDT)

I agree with the reinstatement. We have a general policy against censorship here.--Andy Schlafly 13:26, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
This isn't Wikipedia...we don't vote on such matters. The article is well-explained publicly by Conservative as part of the abortion project, and as such shouldn't be tampered with. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 13:31, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
Yes, if it had been anybody else who did the re-direct, I would have undone it without even mentioning a public discussion. However, it was BenjaminS, an administrator, so I thought I'd create a part on a talk page to let him know I wasn't ignoring his thoughts completely. But my feelings certainly echo TKs and Andy's. JacobB 13:33, 3 May 2010 (EDT)

I apologize for the redirect. I wasn't at the time aware of the anti-abortion project. I just saw an entirely redundant page, and reacted as I thought appropriate. --Ben Talk 15:58, 3 May 2010 (EDT)

btw, can we rename it Conservapedia:Pro-Life Project? I don't see why we should use the liberal rhetoric of the abortion proponents who label conservatives as "anti" everything. --Ben Talk 16:02, 3 May 2010 (EDT)

I agree, Ben, and will recommend that to Andy and Conservative. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 16:08, 3 May 2010 (EDT)