This is the generation that will abolish abortion

Comparing abortion to the Colorado theatre shooting, Nazi holocaust and other tragic losses of life: is it right?

To answer this question one must first answer the question: what is abortion?

Abortion is simply a word used to describe the action of killing a human person in one of the early stages of that human person’s development, just as shooting is simply a word to describe how the human persons in that Colorado theatre were killed. Both words describe a different method used to end the life of human persons who are all in different stages of their life and development.

In the same way, when I compare the Nazi Holocaust and the Abortion Holocaust, I am showing that they are both horrific events that have claimed the lives of millions of innocent human persons. One took place 70 years ago and one is taking place right now.

I could easily show comparisons to many other events in history such as Columbine, slavery, earthquakes and many more tragic events that have claimed so many innocent lives.

Many people think that I am making these comparisons to show the similarities of the events in question and abortion, but that is not really the case. I am not merely trying to show them as the same thing, I am trying show the horrifying fact that we don’t see them as the same thing.

When I make these comparisons it is because, while I am grieving for the loss of those innocent lives lost in Colorado at that theatre, I am also in pain for the other thousands of innocent human person killed on the same day that so few people are crying for. I am trying to shake this world and make us realize that there are thousands of innocent human persons being murdered in buildings every day around the nation and the media are not there to tell their story.

The Planned Parenthoods and abortion clinics have successfully lulled America into silence about the bloodshed behind their doors. They have convinced so many that this is nothing more that a choice being carried out to help women. They have declared war on women and innocent children in the womb and have disguised it as liberation and freedom.

In carrying out this war on women, the abortion industry has been able to silence the outrage that should be shown towards this abortion massacre. They have been able to mask a horrific and violent action as a healthcare right that needs to be funded by our government.

I will be totally honest here: I do not simply believe I have the right to make these comparisons; I believe I am compelled to make these comparisons. I believe that the blood of 55,000,000 of my fellow Americans who have been massacred by abortionists must be cried for.

In my most recent comparison I created a graphic showing the Colorado theatre where the shooting took place alongside a picture of a Planned Parenthood. I said that when 12 people are killed at this theatre it is called a massacre and when 12 people are killed at the Planned Parenthood it is called Choice.

I was not shocked by the responses I got from non-Christians or from pro-abortion people; I was shocked by some of the comments I got from Christians and people who identify themselves as pro-life.

I was told that calling abortion murder is judgmental and as Christians we are not called to judge. I have to ask these people if they are calling what the shooter in the theatre did can be called murder, or is that being judgmental as well?

I was told that it is just too soon to compare things like these because those people just died three days ago. While I am so very saddened by their deaths, I am also saddened that in the four days since that attack in Colorado, almost 16,000 innocent human persons have been killed in abortion clinics. Since January 22 of 1973 over 55,000,000 innocent humans beings have been killed by surgical abortion in America alone. It is not too soon; it is actually long overdue.

I am being told that I am just opportunistic. Yes, I am. I am using this opportunity to bring to the light the senseless and brutal murder of millions of innocent children who deserve to have their deaths mourned. I am using this opportunity to show the hypocrisy of a nation who defends, protects and funds the murder of her own citizens in the name of choice.

This graphic comparison was meant to do many things, and one of those things was to create a buzz and get abortion talked about. It worked. When abortion is being talked about and the truth is being exposed, lives are saved. One of my goals as an abortion abolitionist is to never allow abortion to fade away as a non-topic. My goal is to make it so prevalent and so front and center that this nation and the world are forced to open their eyes and see it for what it truly is. Abortion is an act of homicide and I will take every opportunity to expose this until we see the abolition of the abortion massacre.

Here is the graphic I made with the comparison:
















For Christ I stand,

Bryan Kemper


  1. Posted July 24, 2012 at 6:59 pm | Permalink

    the Nazi Holocaust was Legal as abortion is legal- so the analogy stands…

  2. Kylie
    Posted July 24, 2012 at 9:25 pm | Permalink

    Did you notice that an unborn baby is still alive after his mother was shot. She is still unconscious I believe but they are calling it a miracle that the unborn baby survived the attack. Such a pity we don’t feel the same way about the thousands of ‘fetuses’ that are aborted every day.

  3. Posted July 25, 2012 at 12:40 am | Permalink

    Abortion is legal the same way it’s legal to pull the plug on a braindead individual. Sure, they may have basic sensory perception and some motor function. But without feeding tubes and constant care, they would be dead. A fetus, for most of its gestation, is at this stage of mental development.

    What if a group of men snuck into your room at night, and surgically attached another person to you via feeding and oxygen tubes, who required you to eat more food and sustain him, but who gave nothing back to you? You would have no legal responsibility to keep those tubes in.

    • Posted July 26, 2012 at 9:59 am | Permalink

      Do you not have any reasoning capabilities whatsoever!? Your position supposes “pulling the plug” on a brain-dead person is alright… how can you be so sure that THAT is alright? A group of men sneaking into your room at night?????? How is that in any way the same thing as two horny people going at it and then being too lazy, too incompetent and too indecent to deal with the consequences properly by at least putting the child up for adoption? Give nothing back to you? A child is your posterity, for crying out loud….

      People like you are destroying this once great nation… unBELIEVABLE stupidity of some people….

      • Mike Reynolds
        Posted July 27, 2012 at 12:28 pm | Permalink

        What’s so natural about being fed by a machine. At least a baby is connected to another human being. But if you want people to have a natural birth, and natural death, then you tell me what so natural about being hooked up to a machine to just keep your body from doing naturally what it will do off the machine…which is die. You may say who am I to choose who dies, but who are you to choose who lives???

        If God was so pro-life…then explain why God put it in his plan to have a driver kill Andrew Moore and keep that young man from preaching his word. Or protect the pregnant young lady and her unborn child when a driver hit them head-on.

        My other question is that, if God wills everything, and he has known who I am since before I was born, then he knew millions of children were going to die of abortion. Much like those 12 were meant to be killed in that theater, and how your death is already written…just not known. Can’t change Gods plan, and for the forseeable future, Abortion will ALWAYS be apart of our culture.

        • Posted August 10, 2012 at 6:07 pm | Permalink

          There are some things we will never understand about God. Isaiah 55:9 states “As high as the Heavens are above the Earth, are My ways above your ways.” If we knew everything about why God does the things He does, then that limits His knowledge. He wouldn’t be all-knowing and wouldn’t really be God. We won’t know why Andrew Moore was killed, but it sure did draw a lot of inspiration from the hearts of thousands of Pro-Life advocates. Like I said, I don’t know the true reason but I do know God is not a murderer and is Pro-Life because if He wasn’t, how would you and I be here? Why create humans if they were “meant” to be destroyed in the womb? He gives us Free Will and the ability to choose and unfortunately, some choose to kill innocent children. He gives us Free Will not because He wants to let horrible cruelty occur, but because it can bring out the good in people as well as the bad. A light shines brightest in darkness, as does love when you aren’t being forced to do so. Imagine if we didn’t have Free Will and we were robotically compelled to love and worship God. What kind of love is that? It isn’t real love because love is sacrifice and loving even when you think the world is against you. It is our job to thank Him by using our Free Will to do good. If we do this, Abortion can be stopped and the lives of thousands can truly be saved.

    • TB
      Posted August 31, 2013 at 2:32 pm | Permalink

      The difference being that a brain dead person is going to remain that way, while a baby in the womb is going to grow into a functioning human being. There is no real comparison between the two.

  4. Brandy
    Posted July 25, 2012 at 11:13 pm | Permalink

    Bryan, you can be for or against abortion all you want. But to compare abortion to any act of atrocity to living and breathing beings is disrespectful to the victims and their families/friends. Not only that, but your graphic is wrong. PP does not harm/kill people. They help people. They sometimes terminate cells, to help people. But they don’t kill PEOPLE.

    It seems to me that pro-lifers do not understand how science works. Many (maybe even most?) look upon a fetus as having a God-given soul, and thus has a God-given right to live. They cannot separate their religious beliefs from what science teaches (not everyone believes in the same God or any God at all, so religion/beliefs must be chucked out in an issue such as this). A zygote, an embryo, and a fetus are not people. They are the start of a life, yes, but a person they are not. You can believe that each fetus, from the moment of conception, has a soul. You can believe that is has a right to live. You cannot force your beliefs onto anyone else. Your beliefs are not backed up by facts, they are only backed up by how you feel (or by how you interpret your religious book). Science dictates to us that until a fetus is born, it is not considered a baby/a person (that is why it is not called such by those in the scientific/medical fields). It is a cellular glob, an extension of the mother. No matter if it has it’s own heartbeat, it’s own brain; it cannot survive without being literally attached to it’s mother.

    Pro-lifers look at nothing but what their feelings tell them. Their feelings tell them abortion is wrong because it’s murder of a life. However, until it is viable outside the womb (about 20 weeks/5 months), it is only potential life. If you have never suffered through a miscarriage or an abortion yourself, you might never understand. Miscarriages (natural abortions) happen all the time within the first 8 weeks of pregnancy. I’ve experienced one (though my body didn’t completely abort…lots of bleeding, but I didn’t expel the dead cellular tissue…so I had to have a surgery done to help it along). Most women will experience one (or several) within their lifetime. However, most women also won’t know they’ve had one (or several) since most occur within the first couple of weeks and end up becoming a heavier flow for that month. More than 88% of abortions are done within the 1st trimester (12 weeks), while more than 50% are done at 8 weeks or less. The 50% of embryos that are being aborted by 8 weeks are within the same time frame as a common miscarriage occurring. This isn’t a person, but a mass of cells that has the potential to be a person. Even nature tells us it’s only potential life by the number of miscarriages that happen.

    To reiterate, you can believe what you want. But you can’t let your beliefs dictate what others do – that’s where becoming a Nazi nation can truly be compared. Terminating a mass of cells that cannot survive on it’s own is NOT the same thing as a person or group of people killing another person or group of people.

    • Posted August 10, 2012 at 6:26 pm | Permalink

      The tragedy in Colorado was absolutely awful and my heart and prayers go out to all of the victims and family members involved. Nevertheless, a comparison can be made because people must realize that events such as this occur in mass numbers every day in America. I believe abortion is murder and I understand that people believe otherwise. You said so yourself however, that you are stopping “potential life” and now put “potential” babies and “potential” people at the mercy of those who made the mistake in the first place. What is the difference? Either way you are interrupting the natural flow of human life and are ultimately killing those who were meant to be here. Who are we to play the role of God and decide who should make it past the womb? In the case of rape, there is not a single state within the United States that will give the Death Penalty to a rapist, so why give it to the “potential” child who never had a say in the matter? If this “potential” person is really not worth much, why do we frown at the sight of a mother smoking or drinking? Or gasp upon hearing that the woman that died was not only killed, but was pregnant? I understand there is a conflict in religion, but there are also a great number of people that do not believe in some forms of science so shouldn’t that be rejected as well according to your logic? Mustn’t everyone be on the same page first? Even then, from a scientific standpoint, how can the human race continue if we are so accustomed to ending “potential” life the second we hear about it? It won’t.

      • Melanie
        Posted August 25, 2012 at 5:48 pm | Permalink

        Thank You Very Much, Jimmy!!!

    • Kyle
      Posted August 5, 2014 at 3:08 pm | Permalink

      There are no good excuses for abortion, really with over two million couples waiting to adopt babies in this country alone! Responsible moral sexual behaviors are not some stuffy Bible concept aimed at making a life of chastity and keeping life from being fun. How about cultivating a society where people respect and protect their sexuality, and take responsiblity for the human lives that they create? Unfortunately, we want to live in a world of ultimate self exaltation, choice and convienience without consequence. Pills that we can take the next day after a night of recklessness. If that doesn’t work, then pay a few hundred bucks and kill an unborn child to relieve oneself of any duty, obligation, or inconvencience. The reason 61% of the people in this 70% “Christian” nation favor keeping abortion is because we like the idea of having that kind of power to “clean up” the mistakes we make. Have a child you don’t want, then you can pay a little to fix that problem too. If we get rid of all the abortion clinics, then men won’t be able to coerce their girlfriends/wives into abortion for a few hundred bucks. Women will excercise more caution with the sexual encounters they expose their bodies to. And parents of teenage daugters won’t be able to force an abortion on their 16 year old daughter because an untimely baby threatens their high powered academic/career goals. Unfortunately, as a society, we want our abortion clinics because we want to be able to do what we know is wrong in one hand, and have a way to conveniently deal with the consequence swiftly, lest we should suffer any social embarrasment.

  5. Posted July 26, 2012 at 10:14 am | Permalink

    Bryan… I appreciate your blog… killing unborn babies, because it is easier to deceive ourselves about the fact that they are human beings, is, in my opinion, a million times worse than what happened at the theater in Colorado – and what happened in Colorado was absolutely horrific. The reason it is so much worse is because children, even ones afforded birth according to the God-given right to life, are not only defenseless, they are also the most innocent, in every sense of the word, of all society. AAANDUH – about 80 babies per minute are murdered ever minute of the hour, every hour of the day and every day of the year, throughout the world!

    I hate abortion and I long for the Day that Christ returns to deal with our absolute incompetence to put an end to all such nonsense.


    • ria
      Posted August 1, 2012 at 11:48 pm | Permalink

      “…..I long for the Day that Christ returns to deal with our absolute incompetence to put an end to all such nonsense.”

      wouldn’t be surprised if He started with this and other strings of notes from different sites and message boards where all “His children” can’t seem to stop all the arguing and name calling which is “such nonsense”

  6. David Ashby
    Posted August 9, 2012 at 7:31 pm | Permalink

    Gedii, I think you’re being a little insulting to Umadfaggots, unnecessarily. The case Umadfaggots makes is a common one that’s argued about amongst bioethicists, and while I think he’s wrong, I don’t think he’s stupid.

    The standard response is that while it’s sometimes morally acceptable to withdraw treatment that is not helpful and is burdensome to someone who is very old and close to death, this does not justify abortion. With abortion, you are not withdrawing treatment, you are deliberately ending a person’s life who without any intervention at all would have carried on living quite happily.

    As for the group of men sneaking in and linking you up to someone so that you are left with the choice of staying plugged in and enabling that someone to live a little longer or unplugging and letting that person die. The argument goes that it’s OK to unplug because you’re not killing the person who’s plugged into you, their illness is killing them. Therefore, abortion is also OK (only it’s not OK because actually no illness kills the fetus, you kill the fetus directly, which is murder). This argument was originally made by Judith Jarvis Thomson. A reply to it by Christopher Kaczor can be found here:



  7. Posted August 9, 2012 at 9:47 pm | Permalink


    For what it’s worth to you: the damage of abortion happens to the woman. This is a guilt that follows along with you through your entire life. In your heart you know that you killed your child, even though at the time, you were told it was just “a blob of cells”. Many years go by, and you know that aborted person is in heaven: you know it in your own personal soul, and you wonder so often, what that person may have been like – your child. Was it a boy, was it a girl? What kind of life might they have had. As you’re sitting alone, you imagine what you might have been sharing with them. And you actually miss them. And in the end, you understand that it would have been much easier to choose adoption. God has forgiven you. But these thoughts never do go away. I had an abortion 23 years ago. It was the wrong “choice”.

    • Timothy Rayner
      Posted August 10, 2012 at 5:35 am | Permalink

      Bless you for sharing that. Sometime in the future I hope we will have made abortion as unacceptable in the world’s eyes as we once made slavery. At that time I believe the world will look back on what we did to our women and their children in disgust and dismay.

  8. Lisa
    Posted August 10, 2012 at 9:53 am | Permalink

    I liked your comparison and I too am deeply saddened by the many babies being killed each day. Keep up the great work you do and we will continue lifting you up in prayer, God bless all that you do and keep you safe. And also those going through the loss from senseless acts of violence. We as believers in Christ need to PRAY more and remember God is on the throne. Pray for those women and young ladies faced with the decision each day that they will choose to give their unborn child a chance to live it’s life.

  9. Larissa
    Posted July 10, 2013 at 10:03 pm | Permalink

    No one is pro-abortion. No one wants to have an abortion. It is a drastic choice that a woman has when the medical situation calls for it. It’s pro-choice. You’re anti-choice and anti-freedom.

Post a Reply to Kylie

Your email is never published nor shared.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>