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Episode IX May Fund Pro-Abortion Politics In Georgia

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If only Episode IX could be aborted. Auswahlfeiheit.  That’s what JJ Abrams proudly declares he will…

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WeDontCare If only Episode IX could be aborted.

Auswahlfeiheit.  That’s what JJ Abrams proudly declares he will be using Bad Robot to support in Georgia.  What is auswahlfeiheit?  Allow me to explain.

Abortion for any reason was originally prohibited in 1939 Poland.  But when the Nazis conquered half of Poland in that year, they abolished all Polish anti-abortion laws.  They then later instituted a pro-abortion campaign entitled Auswahlfeiheit, which means “Freedom of Choice.”  “Freedom of Choice” and “Pro-Choice” aren’t exactly antonyms.  Auswahlfeiheit was marketed specifically to non-Aryan women only.  

In 1939 after the conquest of Poland, the SS organization referred to as the Reich Commission for the Strengthening of Germandom decreed the following:

“All measures which have the tendency to limit the births are to be tolerated or to be supported.  Abortion in the remaining area of Poland must be declared free from punishment.   The means for…

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1 comment on “Episode IX May Fund Pro-Abortion Politics In Georgia

  1. fred90024

    Black Genocide.org: It has been estimated that since 1973 Black women have had about 15 million abortions.
    Future historians will be baffled why 95 percent of the black community were in total and constant support of the Democratic party.

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