First, one that appears to blame the Jewish religion for abortion, especially partial birth abortion.
MichaelL, you bring up issues that are of fundamental importance. It is not only moral evil that is the problem, but intellectual error. Actually, I think that you are being too generous with the 40 day figure in Judaism. For instance, for many in Talmudic Judaism, “personhood” begins when the baby’s head emerges from the womb. America’s legal framework for abortion is largely Jewish, with the practice of “partial-birth” [i.e., head still in the womb] abortion being the most striking indicator.I have posted this article in other comments previously, but people need to read this: catholicintl.com/index.php/latest-news/573-the-jewish-roots-and-the-catholic-failure-on-abortionI don't think I'd be the first to say that that sounds like something a poster at Stormfront.org might post, allowing his fellow neandertahls to get their anti-Semitic rage rants in for the day (no to suggest the poster is a neo-Nazi or agrees or sympathizes with them).
Naturally, his comment was criticized.
Why am I not surprised that a character with a name like “Groebner” is posting anti-Jewish screeds? What is this—1940, for heaven’s sake? What’s next? “Sieg heil”?? Back under your rock, buster.
Lose the anti-Semitism, folks.
Ok, I admit that the mention of his name could be taken as a slight against Germans, but that's not the point. Later, another commenter comes in to defend the OP.
By Bob “Why am I not surprised that a character with a name like “Groebner” is posting anti-Jewish screeds? What is this—1940, for heaven’s sake? What’s next? “Sieg heil”?? Back under your rock, buster.Lose the anti-Semitism, folks.”
Really? You don’t see your own biased reacting here??? Stating facts isn’t anti anything! I didn’t see one word of hate or “antisemitism” in his post or the subsequent article he linked to. Climb out from your rock of political correctness
I'm sorry my friends, but his comment did ring of anti-Semitism, whether intended or not, and I didn't read the article the OP linked to, but I'm sure it's filled with similar comments.
Blaming Jews or "Jewish influence" for societal ills (and abortion is the biggest one) is something the Nazis excelled at, and if they were around today, they would probably applaud things like this. No one group of people is to blame for the scourge of abortion becoming acceptable except for the Supreme Court which made it a "right" in 1974. Canards like the one above will do nothing to stop it.