Friday, December 09, 2011

Mattogno, Graf and Duke on Abortion

Page 238 of Sobibor acknowledges that Generalplan Ost contained plans for abortions. We know from Aly et al (p.54) that such abortions would have been extralegal abortions, and that this was authorised orally by Hitler decree (without a Fuehrerbefehl) on "ethnic, racial or eugenic grounds." There is no condemnation expressed by Mattogno or Graf of such plans. However, on page 383 of the same work, Graf rages about abortions in the USA, whilst here he cites an article on Duke's site that blames abortions on the Jews. Why the hypocrisy? Is it because of the assumed ethnicity of the foetus or the assumed ethnicity of the doctors? Moreover, why would a neo-Nazi like Graf or Duke have a problem with African-American and Hispanic women having abortions?

1 comment:

Roberto Lucena said...

"Is it because of the assumed ethnicity of the foetus or the assumed ethnicity of the doctors?"

The answer is: the ethniciy of the doctors. The old medieval association of Jews with propagandistic practices frowned upon by most of the population in many countries. The idea of these texts is "Look at these Jews against the people! See how bad they are!".

"Moreover, why would a neo-Nazi like Graf or Duke have a problem with African-American and Hispanic women having abortions?"

They don't care with African-American and Hispanic women health, the only thing that really matters in their pamphleteers is to attack their object of obsession: Jews.