Skip to comments.Movie continues to change millions of minds about abortions
Posted on 01/06/2014 6:51:32 AM PST by freepersup
http://180movie.com/ - The movie 180.
http://www.heartchanger.com/ - The movie 180 and trailers.
The film begins by showing images of the Holocaust, and stating that Hitler sanctioned the killing of 11 million people. This is followed by Comfort interviewing people about Adolf Hitler; their responses indicate a lack of historical knowledge, although he also finds a neo-Nazi who claims to love Hitler. Comfort proposes a hypothetical situation to his interviewees, asking if they would kill Hitler if they had the opportunity at that time in history. He asks more hypotheticals dealing with what his interviewees might do in other circumstances related to the Holocaust.
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I realize (now) that the movie has been out since 2011, however in a search for local news, of all places; Bing News- the latest written article appeared in today's news scroll. The wiki reference has comments by people that are outraged at Comfort's comparison of the holocaust and abortions. I'm not, and their outrage tells me Ray Comfort is over the target. BOMBS AWAY! Eagles Up! freepersup!
Thank you for posting a workable link. I missed the fact that the links I initially posted were not.
http://180movie.com/ - MOVIE
http://www.heartchanger.com/ - MOVIE & TRAILERS
http://www.onenewsnow.com/general/about - ARTICLE SOURCE
I watched the 180 movie. The presenter does well.
But we see only what he shows us. We do not see those who would not change their minds even when confronted with the truth of the Holocaust both of Jews and the unborn and the analogy between the two.
The conversion of the skinhead left doubts to the authenticity. But I can imagine that this skinhead lacked attention in his life. Anyone that would give him attention and offer to help him steer his life would probably win him over.
What is evident is that the young persons interviewed have never been taught to think critically. One can say with high probability that this is the result of the federalized public school system.
I believe a camera in one’s face does elicit some influence, but as to lasting change... probably not.
I thought the lack of historical acumen demonstrated by the persons being interviewed, is a direct indictment on the public school system, and a bellwether for the nation. Not so good.