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The light that shines from men extends mere inches compared to the darkness, which extends miles beyond our most extraordinary imagination. We like to believe we are good and decent, and though we as individuals may be so, we are surrounded by such sickness that we cannot avoid becoming infected by it, coughing up tar and blood when we’ve done nothing wrong.
A new museum in Japan has opened up a chapter of Japanese history that many would have preferred remained buried. When an American plane was shot down in Japanese territory during WWII, nine men were captured—eight of those men were subject to gruesome experiments.
The New York Post reports:
“…doctors injected some POWs with seawater as a test if it could replace sterile saline solution. Doctors removed parts of the livers of other captives to see if they’d survive. In another gruesome experiment about epilepsy, part of a POW’s brain was removed. The remains of all the crewmen were preserved in formaldehyde until the war’s end, when the evidence was destroyed. Twenty-three people were convicted of carrying out vivisection or the wrongful removal of body parts.”
As sick as this was, something equally repellent is being carried out as we speak in the United States—and it’s legal.
According to Breitbart:
“…University of Hawaii is currently recruiting pregnant girls and women to participate in second-trimester abortions to measure their bleeding during the operation…participants must be at least 14 years old and 18-24 weeks pregnant.”
An American University is actively seeking women to terminate their children as an experiment.
For reference, this is what a fetus looks like at 20 weeks (the child in the image was born prematurely at 20 weeks):
The method being used to terminate the infants is called Dilation & Evacuation or D&E. This procedure involves the removal of limbs and the decapitation of the infant’s head from its body. The remains are then extracted–often the head must be crushed prior to extraction. This is an illustration of the final moments of the procedure, during which the head of the infant is crushed and extracted:
Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue, said the following regarding the experiments:
“This study is reminiscent of Nazi concentration camp experiments. I pity the poor women who are being treated like lab rats…”
I’m sorry—you pity the women? The ones who are volunteering for the study? What about the infants being shredded? If we’re deciding what’s comparable to Nazi experiments, I would argue that getting one’s limbs torn off and having one’s head crushed is closer to the experiments of Nazism, the deaths of millions in gas chambers, concentration camps, and crematoria.
While people read the story about the Japanese museum and cringe with horror, this American experiment is going on right under our noses. But that’s not even the worst part. Sure, this experiment is vile in its own right, but these procedures happen every single day across the country.
No regard is given to those who cannot fight back. Their value isn’t intrinsic, but based wholly on the wants of another. They cannot speak, they cannot scream, and they cannot protest; they can only allow themselves to be destroyed by metal.
Lao Tzu asked “How could man rejoice in victory and delight in the slaughter of men?” I ask a similar question. How can we rejoice and delight in the slaughter of children? Is that not the definition of evil? I have the answer.
We can rejoice in the slaughter of children because we call it the liberation of women.
Until we decide to see abortion for what it is, it will not stop. This is the result of a D&E abortion at 20 weeks:
The darkness has such greater reach than the light in this place.