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Extermination gas used by Nazis during Holocaust developed by same pharmaceutical company that invented abortion pills

A popular “abortion pill” that terminates unborn human life during the first nine or 10 weeks of pregnancy just so happens to have been created by the very same folks that invented the extermination gas used in Nazi death camps during World War II, a new video produced by the pro-life group Live Action has revealed. As it turns out, Roussel-Uclaf, a French pharmaceutical company that’s credited with first coming up with the RU-486 abortion pill back in 1980, is actually a subsidiary of Hoechst AG, a German pharmaceutical company that developed some of the poisonous gas compounds that were used by the Nazis to kill Jews and other “undesirables” in death camps during the Holocaust.  Read more.....



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