Planned Parenthood’s propaganda machine would make Goebbels jealous.

This very disturbing cartoon churned out by Planned Parenthood of San Francisco is the type of propaganda that’s reminiscent of Nazi Germany (not counting their similar goals of the mass killing of innocent, defenseless human beings).

Hitler would be so proud of what Planned Parenthood has accomplished, after all, they’ve picked up where he left off and they’ve exterminated more human beings (specifically minorities) than he ever could have ever dreamed of doing.

15 thoughts on “Planned Parenthood’s propaganda machine would make Goebbels jealous.

  1. After all, Margaret Sanger, the woman who started Planned Parenthood idea was to “weed out” the unwanted and undesirables of the society. That sounds like social engineering and your right Hitler would be proud.


  2. As a 44 year-old, I have had to hear of this scourge on our country my whole life. I believe Planned Parenthood (and other similar organizations) is a form of God’s judgment upon our nation, and I pray the Lord will bring revival to the United States so that newly converted people will demand and end to this evil practice and organization. Come Lord Jesus.



  3. Unbelievable. Love how it is a “cartoon” to target young kids and tweens. And classic how Christians are portrayed as zombies. Sick. Evil organization. So true about Margaret Sanger..who wanted to erase African Americans, and now they are lining up in droves at their offices. Sad.


  4. Having watched the cartoon propoganda, here are my observations:

    1) The name of Dionysus sounded familiar, so I looked it up. Turns out that in Greek mythology, Dionysus was the god of wine, drunkenness, and debauchery.

    2) Apparently, “choice” is defined as choosing to only let the approved information out, as all of her actions are about removing information from people, including killing those who are against abortion.

    3) Anybody else notice that the people she was “saving” from learning about abstinence were not sexually developed? (i.e. young kids.)

    This does remind me of the comic series Identity Crisis; the “superheroes” were brainwashing people into making the approved choices and eliminating sources of unapproved information, lethally when necessary. The difference here is that Identity Crisis was supposed to be disturbing (taking the rose-colored glasses off the DC Universe), while this is promoted as something that all people should be doing.

    Stalin said it best: When one man dies, it’s a tragedy. When thousands die, it’s statistics.”


  5. So many not-so-subtle attacks upon Christianity, the Church, God’s Word, God’s Truth and righteousness, and the flagrant approval of things forbidden in God’s Word (go ahead kids, fornicate all you want, just “be safe”), that any remaining facade as a “health” organization was ripped aside and their underlying anti-Christian focus was fully exposed. Thanks P.P. for revealing to everyone your real agenda.


  6. At about 6:48 the “doctor” sounded so “compassionate” when she stated that she wanted to reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies so that people would have children for the right reasons. So if children aren’t wanted, it’s fine to kill them. I hear Hitler shouting his approval.

    Another thing I sincerely don’t understand is, if they really are about reducing unwanted pregnancy, wouldn’t it naturally follow that they would advocate abstinence instead of encouraging fornication? Even if I were not a believer, that would make the most sense to me.


  7. I find it interesting that they named their “superhero” Dianysis….sounds an awful lot like Dionysos, which was the Greek god of pleasure. Coincidence? I think not.


  8. Isa 5:20 Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.


  9. A word of encouragement: not all kids who go through school are brainwashed by this sort of thing. I’m 18, and there’s a growing number of young people like me who can recognize and resist brainwashing tactics. God has young saints reserved.


  10. hmmm…it’s interesting that the superhero lady accused christians (the abortion clinic protestors) of being sometimes violent even though she seemed to handle ALL of her problems with VIOLENCE.

    1. She drowned the first guy in a trash can

    2. She blew up the christian protestors with her gun

    3. She shoved the Senator in a boiling pot of Stew

    It seemed more like the actions of Satan than a “superhero”


  11. In response to Joshua S.: I am so glad there ARE young people like yourself who are not brainwashed like most of the youth culture today. I wish there were more like you at the school I currently attend. I am a thirty-something returning to college, and as I sit in my classes, my heart just grieves over the state of the “kids” all around me. Today I sat in my English class and listened to my very liberal professor discussing with many of the young people the whole abortion issue, and the callousness, and blindness, of many of these young adults broke my heart. One young man argued that raising children was psychologically damaging and that whether a fetus was fully human or not was irrelevant because it was “parasitic” in nature and therefore the mother had every right to get rid of it. I felt like saying to him, well, following your logic, your own mother should have aborted you or abandoned you as a child; but, of course, pointing out such inconsistency in his reasoning in front of the class would have been unkind and un-Christlike of me, so I kept my mouth shut. This cartoon by P.P. is simply a graphic illustration of the kind of athiestic and socialistic garbage that I have flung at me nearly every day at school. It’s heartbreaking that most of today’s young adults have no idea how poisoned they are by this stuff.


  12. @Jay
    Yeah, you’re right: it was hypocritical for super-lady to blow up Christians. Also illegal (maybe not forever, but still). In regards to super-lady’s accusations of “unruliness,” I contend the following: the unruly defense of life is better than the passive allowance of death.

    I’m amused how the video bashed “narrow minded conservatism.” You know why? Because the whole thing was “narrow minded liberalism.” Did adults actually produce this? All I saw were weak arguments, deceptive language and straw men. Lots of straw men.


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