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Planned Parenthood’s supporters insist that their goals are benign. They are only concerned about women’s health, they say. Well before Adolf Hitler gave Eugenics a bad name, the elite Eugenicists in this country were honest about their true intentions. Here are some quotes straight from the mouth of Hillary Clinton’s hero, Margeret Sanger, on her beliefs and the purpose of Planned Parenthood. The source is below the quote.

The Purpose of Birth Control
“More children from the fit, less from the unfit—is the chief aim of birth control.”
Elasah Drogin, Margaret Sanger: Father of Modern Society. CUL Publications, 1989, 12.

Sanger on Charity
Sanger’s hatred of the poor was so extreme that she even despised charity because it “encourages the healthier and more normal sections of the world to shoulder the burden of unthinking and indiscriminate fecundity of others; which brings with it, as I think the reader must agree, a dead weight of human waste. Instead of decreasing and aiming to eliminate the stocks that are most detrimental to the future of the race and the world, it tends to render them to a menacing degree dominant.”(emphasis mine).
Drogin, Margaret Sanger, 17.

Sanger on the Human Race
“nearly one-half the entire population, will never develop mental capacity beyond the state of moron. . . . Our failure to segregate morons who are increasing and multiplying, though in truth I have merely scratched the surface of this international menace, demonstrates our foolhardy and extravagant sentimentalism.”
Drogin, Margaret Sanger, 65.

Sanger on Blacks
“The mass of Negroes, particularly in the South, still breed carelessly and disastrously, with the result that the increase among Negroes, even more than among whites, is from that portion of the population least intelligent and fit, and least able to rear children properly.”
Linda Gordon, Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right : A Social History of Birth Control in America Penguin Books, 1977, 332.

Sanger on Black Cover
She believed the best way to calm peoples’ fears was to “utilize Negro professionals,” because they “would not be suspected of the intent to eliminate the race.”
Robert G. Marshall, Blessed are the Barren: The Social Policy of Planned Parenthood Ignatius Press, 1991, 20.

Sanger on using Black Churches
“The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal,” Sanger wrote, because, “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their rebellious members.”
Gordon, Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right, 332.


Some black people are waking up.

This is a great article on how the Protestant Chuches changed their opinions on birth control. Birth control was once universally believed by all Christians to be a sin. Now only the Catholic Churches teaches that birth control is a mortal sin.

The Protestant Reformation was in significant part a protest against the perceived antinatalism of the late Medieval Christian Church. It was a celebration of procreation that also saw contraception and abortion as among the most wicked of human sins, as direct affronts to the ordinances of God. This background makes the Protestant “sellout” on contraception in the mid 20th Century all the more surprising, and disturbing.

As the Augustinian monk, theologian, and “first Protestant” Martin Luther viewed his world in the second decade of the 16th Century, he saw a Christianity in conflict with family life and fertility. Church tradition held that the taking of vows of chastity—as a priest, monk, or cloistered sister—was spiritually superior to the wedded life. In consequence, about one-third of adult European Christians were in Holy Orders.

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Planned Parenthood was pushing birth control on the black community in effort to reduce the black population. In order to do this they need black cover.

Many of the blacks who work for Planned Parenthood are well-intentioned people who are under the illusion that they are actually helping people. They are just useful idiots. Mrs. Ruby Wyatt Evans learned the hard way that Planned Parenthood only needs blacks for cover. She learned that Planned Parenthood’s black employees are expendable once they are no longer useful in helping Planned Parenthood achieve their genocidal objectives. She was suspended from Planned Parenthood when she told women that they “didn’t have to take the pills if they did not desire.”

See the 1967 article in the Pittsburgh Courier – a black newspaper
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On March 29, 1947, the Pittsburgh Courier, one of the nation’s leading black newspapers, printed a Planned Parenthood press release as if it was an article written by a Courier journalist. The article ominously asked the reader, “Did you know that Negro mothers die at twice the rate of white mothers? Did you know that Negro babies die one and half times faster than white babies? Did you know that before their first birthday some 22,000 Negro babies are dead?” The article then boldly declares in all capitals that, “PPFA HAS THE ANSWERS.” PPFA stands for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

A local Pittsburgh priest with a black congregation read this article and sent a fiery letter to the editor wondering, “Why the colored press should advocate a practice that will decimate the colored race is beyond me.” The priest asked the obvious question: If it is true that black babies die at twice the rate of white babies, then shouldn’t efforts be made to improve the conditions for black people instead of trying to decrease the amount of black babies born. Of course Planned Parenthood isn’t interesting improving the conditions of blacks. Its only interest is in the total decimation of the black population.

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The Catholic Bishops of Pennsylvania placed a full-page ad on June 20, 1966 in sixty Pennsylvanian newspapers accusing Planned Parenthood and the federal government of trying to reduce the black population with taxpayer-funded birth control programs. Below is a passage from the advertisement:

While no word appears in the proposal to indicate that this augmented birth prevention policy is aimed at Negro citizens in Pennsylvania, it is widely, though covertly, stated by birth prevention proponents both in and out of government that a significant “benefit” of these programs would be their supposedly resulting check upon the expanding Negro populations in our major cities. Discussion of such benefits is not infrequently accompanied with such racist phrases as “limiting the number of undesirables” and with defamatory innuendo concerning alleged Negro “traits” and the dangers of Negro “proliferation.”

Here it is the ad in 3 parts.