This new year, it is time to make a choice. The following 33 minute documentary is going viral across the internet as it highlights one of the most important issues this world is facing.

If you haven’t watched 180 Movie, you’re missing out in one of the social changers that is sweeping the country. It opens with some shocking interviews about how little today’s young people know about Hitler and World War II’s Holocaust. Ray Comfort, a Jew himself, questions individuals about their beliefs on Hitler and gives them a scary scenario — a moral dilemma — about what they would do if they were forced at gunpoint by Nazis to bury Jews alive. Then he fast-forwards to the present and asks each of them a moral dilemma about abortion and the unborn — the famous question that actually changes their minds 180 degrees.

I absolutely loved 180 Movie. I cried and stared in shock, and I watched elated as people realized the gravity of the situation of abortion. Abortion is truly the modern Holocaust of our era. Just as Hitler justified his destruction of the Jews by claiming they were less than human, the unborn today are being systematically killed because they are said to be less than human. Yet the scientific and medical facts speak otherwise:

“Over the course of the first trimester or first three months, the single egg will begin to transform itself into a fully formed baby. But all the features of the human body, nerves, organs, muscles, are mapped out in the fragile first weeks.”
In the Womb, National Geographic, 2005.

“[At] five weeks old, [the embryo] is well past the stage when it looks like a formless clump of cells.”
Lennart Nilsson and Lars Hamberger, A Child is Born, 4th edition. New York: Bantum Dell, 2003. p. 98.

“The embryo is seven weeks old and is considered to be essentially complete.”
Geraldine Lux Flanagan, Beginning Life. New York: DK, 1996. pp. 55, 56.

Even Dr. Bernard Nathanson, co-founder of abortion advocate NARAL and former director of America’s biggest abortion clinic, declares that the unborn are truly human:

“There is simply no doubt that even the early embryo is a human being. All its genetic coding and all its features are indisputably human. As to being, there is no doubt that it exists, is alive, is self-directed, and is not the the same being as the mother–and is therefore a unified whole.”
– Dr. Bernard Nathanson The Hand of God (Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, 1996), p. 131.

If a former abortion director admits this fact of the unborn’s humanity, we should sit up and listen. Or we should sit up and watch. Here is a description of an unborn child during an actual abortion as recorded in Dr. Nathanson’s ultrasound film, “The Silent Scream”:

“The film is an ultrasound of an actual abortion. It shows a child serenely resting in her mother’s womb. Suddenly the child is alarmed because of the intruding abortion device. She moves as far away as she can, trying desperately to save her life. Just before her body is torn to pieces and sucked out through the vacuum tube, her tiny mouth opens in an unheard scream of terror. After the abortion the doctor who performed it was invited to view the ultrasound. He was so upset with what he saw that he left the room. Though he had performed over ten thousand abortions, he never performed another one.” (description of “The Silent Scream” from Randy Alcorn, Pro Life Answers to ProChoice Arguments, p. 150)

This peek into the horror of abortion should make two things clear: the unborn are human and abortion kills. And because unborn humans like the one in “The Silent Scream” have not committed any crime or received any trial, their death through abortion is nothing short of murder.

The implications of this are huge — it means we are witnessing one of the most gigantic campaigns of murder in the history of the world. Just in America, 1.2 million abortions occur yearly — 50 million since legalization (The Guttmacher Institute). And that is not even counting the millions of abortions that occur worldwide, especially in the huge populations of India and China, where baby girls are targeted in mass numbers. This holocaust is even bigger than the one in WWII — and what can we do about it?

We can start by firmly doing a 180. Stop supporting abortion in your beliefs and in your voting habits. It is not enough to be pro-life but still say that others have the right to choose abortion — that is just the same as a 1930s German saying he personally wouldn’t kill Jews, but he would not stop other Germans from exercising this “choice.” Murder of the innocent is never a legitimate choice.

Each human being is valuable in God’s sight because we are all made in God’s image (Genesis 1:27). To kill an innocent human being is not only to sin against that human being, but also against God. Please support life today.

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