“The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of it’s infant members is to kill it.” -Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood.
Attention all you hard working American tax payers out there. Are you aware that over $350 million dollars of your hard-earned money is being sent to subsidize the largest provider of abortion in the world?
Did you further know that Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, an avowed supporter of eugenics, the pseudo-science of breeding superior human beings, was a great admirer of Adolf Hitler? Viciously anti-Semitic, she praised the dictator’s racial policies of eugenics. In her publication, “Birth Control Review” she advocated limiting the racial quotas of Slavic, Hebrew, and Latin immigrants in America because of their perceived “lower intelligence”. With a man named Henry Pratt Fairchild, she began a birth control organization that later became Planned Parenthood. By the way, Fairchild was also strongly anti-Semitic and the author of “The Melting Pot Mistake” in which he blamed the Jews for diluting “the true American stock”. He audaciously blamed anti-Semitism in Europe and the Holocaust on the Jews!
In 1926, Margaret Sanger was a guest speaker at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Silverlake, New Jersey. In the 1930’s, she and another colleague, Dr. Clarence J. Gamble, collaborated on what came to be known as, “The Negro Project”. Their scheme involved targeting poor blacks living in the South with Birth Control Federation of America “healthcare clinics”.
Expressing her approval of their project, Sanger wrote to Gamble: “We do not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…” And to his suggestion they hire both a black physician and black minister to allay suspicions of their actual intentions, she further stated, “the minister is the man who can straighten that idea out if it (extermination of their race) ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”
Margaret Sanger garnered the support of her victims by convincing them that she was merely “concerned about their health care and well-being“ as well as the economic advancement of the black community. In reality, she and her partner Gamble were determine to implement their nefarious plan to sterilize blacks and therefore reduce the number of black children born in the South.
A recent investigative news report on Life Site news website revealed a Planned Parenthood center in Oklahoma actually accepting a donation over the telephone from an “undercover donor” who asked that his donation be used specifically to “abort black babies.” To which the Tulsa PP employee glibly replied, “We can definitely designate it for an African American.”
So, where is the outrage from prominent African-American leaders in Congress and in the White House? Why the deafening silence from members of groups like the Congressional Black Caucus and firebrand individuals like Reverend Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton? Is this an indication of their apparent ignorance, or rather indifference, to what is going on?
History has a way of repeating itself.
November of 2008, the month that Barack Hussein Obama was elected as President of the United States, marked the seventieth anniversary of Kristallnacht, or Night of Falling Glass, when the racial policies of Adolf Hitler were brutally unleashed across Nazi Germany. Jews were rounded up and killed, their homes, businesses, and synagogues were smashed and burned to the ground. Some 30,000 Jews were taken to concentration camps, thus marking the beginning of the Holocaust.
Adolf Hitler believed that he was a superior human being. His personal mission was to rid the world of those he deemed to be inferior and undesirable, namely Jews, Gypsies, Slavs, the elderly, children, infants, and anyone who was physically or mentally disabled.
President Obama, like Hitler and Margaret Sanger, also believes he is a superior person. His Harvard-engineered arrogance towards the fed up average American tax payer was quite evident in his infamous, “guns and religion” speech before an audience of like-minded elitists in San Francisco. Furthermore, Obama has made it his personal mission to become the premier champion of abortion rights in America. This is the same man who, while as a member of the Illinois senate, voted several times against the Born Alive Infants Act and again while as a member of the Senate in Washington DC. This act would allow a baby which survived an abortion to receive medical treatment. It seems certain to me that it is the primary goal of this president, as well as his colleagues, Senator Harry Reid, and House Speaker Senator Nancy Pelosi, to implement a devastating abortion mandate on our nation, one very similar to the genocidal policies of Nazi Germany. The only real difference between these people and the Nazis is that the latter was absolutely clear about their intentions.
In addition to this, former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, senior fellow and national spokesman for the American Civil Rights Union, believes that the impending passage of the Freedom of Choice Act, which President Obama declared he would sign into law, ( while speaking before the Planned Parenthood Action Fund in July 2007) and which will wipe out any and all restrictions on abortion in America, as well as compel taxpayer funding of abortion through state and federal welfare programs, federal employee insurance plans, and in military hospitals, and furthermore, force faith-based hospitals and healthcare facilities to perform abortions, will finally bring Sanger’s warped vision and ideological “Final Solution” to it’s gruesome completion.
“If you begin to look at the connection between slavery, Darwin, eugenics, and abortion you begin to appreciate the fact that this is the logical step in the final chapter of this march towards genocide…” he said. “She (Margaret Sanger) regarded African Americans as being inferior. And if you don’t study the history of slavery and Darwinian theory, eugenics and abortion, then you’re doing a disservice to the stain that all of these developments had on American culture.”
Evil triumphs when good people do nothing.