And if you see one, it's an illusion. You're guilty of false consciousness.
“Through 1945, over 10,000 [children] fell victim to the various programs which were designed to exterminate ‘life unworthy of living,’” the museum states. “More than 5,000 children and teenagers were tortured and murdered in the Nazi ‘children’s departments’ alone, institutions which were specially created for the purpose of extermination.”
“The notion of ‘life unworthy of life’ is eerily familiar to today’s slogan, ‘quality of life,’” Stephanie Gray told LifeSiteNews. “The philosophy which guided the Nazis is a philosophy which guides many today - that the value of one’s life is to be determined by one’s features or abilities. It is this frightening mentality which leads to human rights violations.”
And the Nazis made it sound like you were doing the kid a favour if you killed him.
But are there any parallels with abortion? Naaaaaaah.
If these children had lived, they would have experienced a lot of medical advances as adults that would have greatly helped them.
And about graphic images:
“Isn’t it interesting that people will pay money to go to a museum to see disturbing images of the mistreatment of children, yet many criticize the display of abortion images. Perhaps it’s because it’s easier to face historic injustices which we didn’t commit; it’s much more difficult to face present-day injustices which we do permit,” she said.
I've never heard a Catholic bishop protest against showing images from the Nazi Holocaust. Ever.