The blood of the Innocent (Holocaust Then and Now)

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Author: Bryan Daniels

I am a follower of Jesus, a husband to Jessica, and a father of three boys: Josiah, Gideon and Judah. I teach high school math as a job, read reformed theology as a hobby, and write this blog just for kicks. With the rest of my time I coach football and track.

9 thoughts on “The blood of the Innocent (Holocaust Then and Now)”

    1. Thank you for this remarkably effective and powerful video. I am deeply moved by it and have immediately shared on my Facebook pages and on my podcast site. It’s shocking and frankly, frightening how many folks are clueless about Hitler and barely give thought to the essential moral values necessary to prevent genocide. We all have much to pray about.

  1. George Brown was one of the last living Holocaust survivors when he passed away in 2010; he was a dear friend of my family. His life’s mission was to educate people about what really happened during the Holocaust. This is a link to one of his speeches at a local high school… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5aJ3GHMefI Thank you for your dedication to remembering this horrific historic event.

  2. Hi,
    This film is amazing and powerful. It should make us think about where we are and what we have done with regarding our reverence of God’s laws.
    Thank you.
    Ciao,
    Patricia

  3. Wow, left speechless.

    On June 5th, our primary, I volunteered seeking signatures for the “Personhood Amendment” petition. This amendment is basically from the “womb to the tomb” definition of the term Person.

    “A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT . . . Montana Constitution to define “person” as used in that section to include every human being regardless of age, health, function, physical or mental dependency, or method of reproduction, from the beginning of the biological development of that human being.”

    This proved to be very interesting. We had to represent the proposition correctly starting with the word “conception”. Once the voter heard that word, many right away said “no” without giving me the opportunity to complete the definition of Person. Many more women than men said “no”. We women are very well indoctrinated on our “reproductive rights”.

    I wanted the opportunity to explain Person from the womb to the tomb. I actually wanted to emphasis the later phase of our lives, the elderly, especially the infirmed elderly, as many of the voters I talked with will shortly approach that age.

    With our indoctrination of “when does life begin” I believe our society is very gray on what life is and as we saw in this video, indifferent and/or mimmick what they have been taught or have heard via education and media.

    A day is coming when the question will be when is elderly life viable. I so wanted the voter to think about that end of the life spectrum. But not only the elderly, how about the chronically ill? Some one who has relapsed once, twice, three times with cancer? Multiple sclerosis? Lou Gehrig’s disease? and so on?

    A sobering thought came to me as I sat on my hospital bed while receiving chemotherapy. If this chemo didn’t work and my cancer didn’t go into remission and I needed further treatment, if I lived in the days of Hitler would I be expendable? And, if our society moves in the direction of indifference to defining what connotes life at any age, if I relapse (and many cancer patients do relapse and receive chemo as a “maintenance” drug) will I be denied my drugs and exterminated because my life was no longer viable as a productive Person?

    Hmmm. A day is coming . . .

  4. I first watched this on Vermont Verse http://vermontverse.wordpress.com/. It’s outstanding. We sacrifice babies daily on our altar of convenience of selfishness. Thanks for posting.

    And I’m going to throw this one out there too. You know how we keep hearing about how we need to “protect the environment and save the world” for future generations? Of course, it’s only a select few that are worth saving the world for. I wonder who determines who is worthy of “saving the world” for?

  5. Thank you for this remarkably effective and powerful video. I am deeply moved by it and have immediately shared on my Facebook pages and on my podcast site. It\’s shocking and frankly, frightening how many folks are clueless about Hitler and barely give thought to the essential moral values necessary to prevent genocide. We all have much to pray about.

  6. Thank you for sharing this. Previously, I linked it from Stormbringer’s Thunder to a person I was having a discussion with at Satan’s Blog…(it’s not what you might think. 🙂 ) One reply was that the youth were “paid” because who HASN’T heard of the Holocaust?! I replied that I taught my two sons about it. The schools they attend(ed) just touched vaguely on Hitler, mainly his role in WW2. His abominations were glossed over. Many youth TRULY have no idea. Right now, compounding the evil of abortion, we’re facing “gendercide”–sex selective abortion, to do away with unborn girls. Live Action has many undercover videos of abortion clinics. And an e-petition to “Protect Our Girls” if people here are interested. How will history judge US? God, have mercy on all.

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