Pope Francis makes comparisons. „I say this with pain. In the last century the whole world was scandalized about what the Nazis did to purify the race. Today we do the same, but now with white gloves.“

Bishop Andreas Laun

According to Bishop Andreas Laun of Salzburg, if a child is raped and becomes pregnant, the child should have the child. “I would inform the child of the wonder of the new life in her body – that it is partially her child which will long for the love of a mother and that that it would grow up like a brother or a sister. I also say to her: This will enable you to heal wound that you have acquired …“

Laun also makes comparisons: “Hitler would have been delighted with legalized abortion. May I venture to say that Hitler was not all wrong? For thirty years Austrian children have fallen victim to legalized abortion.”[1]
(Laun needs to brush up his history. In the Third Reich performing abortions was a capital crime.)

The Archbishop of Cologne, Germany, Cardinal Joachim Meisner, “put women who had had an abortion in a row with mass-murderers like Hitler, Stalin and Herod. He compared abortion to the Holocaust and the abortion pill with Zyklon B, the gas used by the Nazis in the extermination camps.”[2]


Child Denied Abortion

A 10-year-old girl in Paraguay, who is five months pregnant after being raped by her stepfather, had been denied an abortion that could save her life.

The child was admitted to hospital with stomach pains and doctors later discovered she was 22-weeks pregnant after being raped by her stepfather, Amnesty International said.
The charity said despite the high risk of the pregnancy and her mother’s request, she has not been allowed to have an abortion.

Her mother’s request to abort the child was not granted by authorities in the South American country as abortion is illegal. The girl’s mother is now in custody facing charges of breaching duty of care and being an accomplice of sexual abuse.[3]

Pope Francis is mum in the Holy City
and he remained mum when he visited Paraguay.

In July, Pope Francis spent three days in Paraguay. He met with officials, toured a slum outside Asuncion and celebrated two Masses. While activists had hoped to bring up the case of the pregnant girl, Francis did not speak about it or focus on abortion in any of his speeches.

This is a previous policy statement by Pope Francis:
“The moral problem of abortion is of a pre-religious nature because the genetic code is written in a person at the moment of conception. A human being is there. I separate the topic of abortion from any specifically religious notions. It is a scientific problem. Not to allow the further development of a being which already has all the genetic code of a human being is not ethical. The right to life is the first among human rights. To abort a child is to kill someone who cannot defend himself.”[4]

Fox News reports: “According to health statistics, 680 Paraguayan girls between 10 and 14 years old gave birth in 2014.”

-Herbert Kuhner