Lost in the exposé that Planned Parenthood is selling the body parts of human babies is a recognition of the (il)logic behind its justification: “These unborn babies are going to die anyway — why not use their parts for medical research?”
This same argument was used by the Nazi doctors with regard to concentration camp inmates. It was thoroughly refuted at the Nuremberg trials. As our country allows the use of aborted babies for medical research, we need to apologize to the Nazi doctors who were hanged, exhume their remains from the unmarked graves at the Landsberg prison, and give them a burial with honor.
Take this from someone who in the early 1940s, as a young child, lived less than 10 miles from the Dachau concentration camp, blissfully unaware of the atrocities happening there. After the war, I found out.
In vain, I hoped to never again witness such blatant disregard of human life. Yet here we are, in the good old United States, in the midst of human body parts trafficking in numbers that would make Hitler blush.