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Covert Genocide

The Plot to Use Birth Control, Abortion, Sterilizations, and Gun Control to Exterminate the Black Race

By Anonymous

Copyright © 2012 by Cristeros Books

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ISBN-13: 978-0615682211

ISBN-10: 0615682219

Table of Contents

Introduction. 4

Chapter 1: The Origins. 9

Chapter 2: Hitler and Eugenics. 16

Chapter 3: Margaret Sanger—Mother of Eugenics. 28

Chapter 4: Negro Project 38

Chapter 5: Promoting Birth Control 56

Chapter 6: Promoting Abortions. 79

Chapter 7: Population Control 95

Chapter 8: AIDS. 123

Chapter 9: The Final Solution and Gun Control 161

Chapter 10: Conclusion. 191


Conspiracy theorist! The phrase conjures up images of a strange, paranoid weirdo. We are told by the media that conspiracies about the rich and powerful are nonsense. But do conspiracies exist? The fact is that we are surrounded by conspiracies. The history of the world is a story of conspiracies. Are you a conspiracy theorist? Do you believe that a group of senators led by Brutus formed a conspiracy to kill Julius Caesar? Yes, how come this doesn’t make you a conspiracy theorist? In fact, if you said that the idea that Brutus formed a conspiracy with a group of senators to kill Julius Caesar is just conspiracy theory and it never happened, people would look at you as a nut.

The newspapers are filled with conspiracies. Some of them are stranger than fiction. What if I told you that there is an international conspiracy of politicians and rabbis involved in graft and the trafficking of human organs and fake Gucci handbags? Am I conspiracy theorist? Not according to the FBI. On July 23, 2009, the FBI arrested forty-four people in connection with this conspiracy. What if I told you that the existence of a secret society of Italian-Americans, named the Mafia, that is engaged in organized crime is just conspiracy theory and that there is no Mafia, and that anyone who believes the Mafia exists is a wacko conspiracy theorist? You would laugh at me, and you would be right to do so. Everyone knows the Mafia exists. But, did you know that at the height of Mafia’s power, the official position of J. Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI, and others in law enforcement was that the Mafia did not exist and that those who believed in the existence of the Mafia were conspiracy theorists? As the Mafia has lost power, the more its existence has become common knowledge. This is one of the important laws of conspiracies:

The more powerful the conspiracy the more able it is to hide its existence and dismiss those who expose them as conspiracy theorists.

When the Mafia was at height of its power, even the director of the FBI denied their existence. Now the Mafia is weak and movies and television shows are made about it.

In this book I will present evidence of a conspiracy far more powerful and insidious than the Mafia. The goal of these conspirators is not to acquire wealth but to eliminate up to 80 percent of the human race. Even more surprising than this shocking allegation is that the perpetrators have been open about their methods and goals. Some of the world’s richest families, most respected foundations, and most powerful politicians are behind this campaign of genocide. They are motivated by a school of thought called eugenics.

Eugenics is a theory derived from Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution which states that species change over time. This evolution results from what Darwin called “natural selection.” Natural selection is the process in which superior members of a species outlive and outbreed less superior members. In short, Darwin believed that there is a “struggle for existence,” and those individual members of a species that have traits to survive the struggle will have more offspring than members of the species that don’t possess those traits. Eventually, through generations of natural selection, a new species will emerge. Eugenicists believe that, through evolution, the human race can evolve into a new superior species, a god-like super race. This super race will create a heaven on earth. There will be no crime and no wars and the super race will be immortal. But there is a catch. This evolutionary process cannot happen naturally. They believe that because of the advancement of technology and the economic progress created by free markets, natural selection no longer eliminates the weakest members of our species. These weak members, whom they often call “human waste,” are preventing the super race from evolving. The eugenicists believe if the “human waste” cannot be eliminated naturally; they must be eliminated unnaturally. Just exactly who is “human waste”? Most eugenicists believe that at least 80 percent of the human race is “human waste.” In some races the figure is even higher. They believe, for instance, that 100 percent of the black race is human waste. Therefore, all blacks must be eliminated.

How do you eliminate 80 percent of the people on planet earth? How do you kill all black people on the planet? This is the most pressing question for the eugenicists. During the beginning of the twentieth century, some advocated “fast kill” solutions, while others preferred a more patient, long-term “slow kill” approach. Adolph Hitler, an avid eugenicist, preferred the “fast kill” approach. He, as we know, used lethal gas chambers to eliminate those he deemed to be “human waste.” Despite the thousands of people he killed, Hitler is considered a failure by modern eugenicists. Not only did he not eliminate all human waste, but he also caused eugenics to receive a tremendous amount of negative publicity. Today, the consensus among eugenicists is to use a “slow kill” approach. These tactics include contaminated vaccinations, the promotion of birth control, abortion, and sterilizations. This book will outline how the modern eugenicists are using these tactics in their quest to eliminate the black race.

Chapter 1: The Origins

Sir Francis Galton, an Englishman and cousin of Charles Darwin, coined the term eugenics and first popularized its theories. Galton, drawing heavily on his cousin’s theory of evolution and the process of natural selection, postulated that if humans’ reproduction activities could be controlled, improvements could be made to the human race. He believed that if people were bred just as we breed pigs or horses, then this would allow “more suitable races or strains of blood a better chance of prevailing over the less suitable”[1] Galton defined Eugenics as “the science of improvement of the human race germ plasm through better breeding.”[2]

Galton advocated selective breeding for humans in order to create a super race. He declared that his research made it “quite practicable to produce a highly gifted race of men by judicious marriages during several consecutive generations” and eventually this would create a god-like class of “prophets and high priests of civilization into the world.”[3]

Galton felt nothing but contempt for the average man:

“The average man is morally and intellectually an uninteresting being . . . of no direct help towards evolution.”[4]

For Galton, man’s only purpose was to advance evolution. Galton, of course, disagreed with the Christian view that all men are created equally in the image of God. In Galton’s worldview there were two types of people: those who could advance the evolutionary process and those who would hinder or reverse the evolutionary process, a process called dysgenics. His fear of dysgenics led him not only to hold most of humanity in contempt but also to view the procreation of the inferior classes of people as a grave threat to the world. Galton wrote, “If the poorer stock continued to procreate children, ‘inferior’ in moral, intellectual and physical qualities, the time come when such persons would be considered as enemies to the state, and to have forfeited all claims to kindness.”[5]

Blacks were one of the races he believed to be of “poorer stock” or a “low race” and therefore a future threat to the civilized world. Although he did believe that there were a few blacks of “good stock,” the overwhelming majority were of “poor stock.” Because so many blacks were of “poor stock,” selective breeding of blacks would not be feasible as it would be with whites. Therefore, to advance the evolutionary process, the black race must be eliminated. He proposed eliminating blacks by having them displaced with a superior race, the Chinese. Chinese people would be relocated to Africa, and a Darwinian “survival of the fittest” struggle would ensue. The Chinese would win this struggle, and the blacks would be displaced and they would eventually become an extinct race. Galton wrote, “The gain would be immense to the whole civilized world if he were to outbreed and finally displace the Negro.”[6]

To the modern ear Galton sounds like some sort of kook who we would find on the Jerry Springer show. He certainly does not sound like a distinguished professor, roaming the halls of universities, giving lectures to academia. Galton was not an ostracized member of the lunatic fringe; he was a well-respected member of the scientific community, with a significant following. The science he created, eugenics, would be studied and taught at the most prestigious institutions and received generous funding from wealthy philanthropists. The list of institutions and families that gave financial support and promoted eugenics reads like a Who’s Who of American establishment: the Carnegie Institution, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Harriman family, Harvard University, Princeton University, Yale University, Stanford University, the American Medical Association, Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Woodrow Wilson, the American Museum of Natural History, and the State Department are just some of organizations and people behind the eugenics movement.[7]

The Carnegie foundation was one of the first to fund the eugenics movement when it gave a grant to Charles Davenport to establish the Biological Experiment Station at Cold Spring Harbor to study and promote eugenics in 1902.[8] In 1911 the Carnegie Foundation funded a study that issued a report called the “Preliminary Report of the Committee of the Eugenic Section of the American Breeder’s Association to Study and to Report on the Best Practical Means for Cutting Off the Defective Germ-Plasm in the Human Population.” “Defective Germ-Plasm” is the eugenicists’ phrase for people they deem inferior and want to eliminate. The report praised the Spartan practice of drowning weak children, because they would be of no use to society. It had eighteen suggestions to stop “defectives” from having children; the eighth solution openly called for genocide.[9]

Nobel Peace Prize winner and socialist George Bernard Shaw also called for the killing of undesirables and stated, “A part of eugenics politics would finally land us in an extensive use of the lethal chamber. A great many people would have to be put out of existence, simply because it wastes other people’s time to look after them.”[10]

Despite having support from some of the most influential people in America, the eugenicists faced substantial obstacles. How were they to carry out their theories? Attempts to limit the birthrate of any segment of the population would certainly result in resistance from the target groups and from other organizations, like churches. In their perfect world they could round up all those deemed “unfit” and execute them in gas chambers, but fortunately the American public would not tolerate such a practice. Any eugenics program must be kept secret. It could not survive in the light. The eugenicists understood the difficulties they faced. So, they moved slowly under various pretexts, careful not to reveal their true intentions. Like guerrilla warriors fighting an enemy with more troops, better technology, and more resources, they prepared for a long war and did not mind losing the occasional battle. Guerrilla fighters know if they face a conventional army head on, their full force against the enemy’s full force, they will lose. As Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong concisely summed up the strategy of counterinsurgents, “The enemy advances, we retreat. The enemy camps, we harass. The enemy tires, we attack. The enemy retreats, we pursue.” Guerilla war is a war of attrition. The eugenicists are following Mao’s advice and are fighting a long multigenerational war of attrition. This war is fought on mostly two fronts: the political front and the public opinion front. On the political front the eugenicists must get governments to enact eugenic legislation. On the public opinion front they must change public opinion to ensure there will be no grassroots opposition to their plans.

On both fronts the eugenicists must move slowly. They can’t just go round up millions of people and put them in gas chambers, because this would provoke a wide-scale backlash from the American people, a backlash so great that they would never be able to recover. Their plans would be exposed and the public would always be on watch for anyone promoting any form of eugenics legislation. Any attempt to enact a eugenics program would be immediately shot down. The eugenicists use a similar strategy commonly used to boil a frog. If you throw a frog into a pot of boiling water, it will just jump out of the pot, but if you put the frog into a pot of cool water and slowly raise the temperature, the frog will never realize it is being boiled alive and won’t leave the pot.

Chapter 2: Hitler and Eugenics

In Germany, there was one man who was deeply influenced by the eugenicist movement. That man’s name was Adolph Hitler. While Hitler was serving time in prison in the 1920s, he poured over the works and textbooks of American eugenicists. He even sent fan mail to Leon Whitney, president of the American Eugenics Society (AES), and eugenics writer Madison Grant, the author of The Passing of the Great Race. Hitler was particularly fond of The Passing of the Great Race , which he called his “bible.” [11] A look inside Hitler’s bible shows that it completely rejects the tenets of Christianity and the belief in moral absolutes. Grant wrote, “Mistaken regard for what are believed to be divine laws and a sentimental belief in the sanctity of human life tend to prevent both the elimination of defective infants and the sterilization of such adults as are themselves of no value to the community. The laws of nature require the obliteration of the unfit and human life is valuable only when it is of use to the community or race”[12]

            The Passing of the Great Race was a best seller and received many favorable reviews.[13] In this book Hitler found his racist belief that the Aryans, or Nordics, were the superior race destined to rule mankind and that all other races, including the Jews, were inferior. Grant’s ideas were also influential on his friend, Congressman Albert Johnson, chairman of Congress’s Immigration and Naturalization Committee.[14] Based on the committee’s recommendations, Congress passed laws establishing racial quotas that gave preference to northern Europeans.

When Hitler became chancellor in 1933, he, unlike his American counterparts, had no constraints on his power, and he was free to initiate eugenic policies without any fear of public backlash or resistance. He started a positive eugenics program, the encouragement of the birth of desirable peoples, and a negative eugenics program, the discouragement or outright prevention of the birth of undesirable peoples. As part of his positive eugenics program, gold medals were given to Aryan women with eight or more children. Interest free loans were awarded to newlyweds with one-fourth of the loan forgiven for each child that was born. Propaganda films and lectures encouraged women to have birth.[15] These were just some of the incentives given to increase the birthrate of racially superior Germans.

Hitler borrowed methods from the Americans in his campaign to eliminate the bad gene pool, and he developed his own tactics that American eugenicists would eventually adopt and implement. He promoted birth control, abortion, pornography, homosexuality, sterilization, and basic general moral degradation among the classes he wanted to eliminate. Below is a summary of his tactics:

1.)                Birth control – Contraceptives were outlawed for Aryans but made legal for the “inferior” races and those living in the occupied territories. Hitler explained this dichotomy by saying, “Active trade in contraceptives ought to be actually encouraged in the Eastern territories, as we could not possibly have the slightest interest in increasing the non-German population.”[16] Clever propaganda came along with the legalization of birth control to persuade people to use birth control and not have children. This was especially necessary in Catholic countries, because the Church taught and continues to teach its members that birth control is a mortal sin. Pro birth control propaganda reminded families how costly it is to have and raise children. They were also told that childbirth is extremely dangerous to a woman’s health. A Nazi memorandum stated, “Every propaganda means, especially the press, radio, and movies, as well as pamphlets, booklets, and lectures, must be used to instill in the Russian population the idea that it is harmful to have several children. We must emphasize the expenses that children cause, the good things that people could have had with the money spent on them. We could also hint at the dangerous effect of child-bearing on a woman’s health.”[17]

2.)                Abortion – Like contraceptives, abortions was also outlawed for Aryans but legalized for those from bad gene pools. Speaking about the occupied Eastern territories, Hitler said, “In view of the large families of the native population, it could only suit us if the girls and women there had as many abortions as possible.”[18] A memorandum issued from Berlin declared, “It will even be necessary to open special institutions for abortion, and to train midwives and nurses for this purpose. The population will practice abortion all the more willingly if these institutions are competently operated. The doctors must be able to help out there being any question of this being a breach of their professional ethics.”[19]

3.)                Promotion of Homosexuality, Pornography, and the General Moral Degeneration – Hitler outlawed homosexuality in Germany but legalized it in Poland. Homosexual sex is viewed as the ideal sexual relationship for the “unfit” because people can satisfy their natural sexual urges without any risk of anyone getting pregnant. Eugenicists know that people are always going to have sex. So the idea is not to get everyone to take a vow of celibacy, but rather to get people to have sex only for pleasure. They do not want people to view sex as a way to consummate a marriage and to have children. As promiscuity and sex outside of marriage becomes more acceptable fewer people get married and fewer children are born. In order to get people to lose their traditional values about sex and marriage the Germans promoted and distributed pornography in the Eastern territories.

The German Propaganda Office . . . was supposed to organize or sponsor Polish burlesque shows and publish cheap literature, strongly erotic in nature . . . to keep the masses on a low level and to divert their interest from political aspirations. These projects for degeneration and moral debasement were actually realized in the larger Polish cities. . . . German success in this effort was significant enough to become a target of the Polish Underground. The latter used to dispatch some special “punishing squads” which overran some of the ill-famed Variety Theaters and took disciplinary measures against the Polish collaborators in the programs.[20]

The overt attempt to destroy the moral fiber of the occupied territories also had military and strategic benefits. It would weaken any military resistance to the German occupation because immoral and nihilistic people have less will to fight than religious and principled peoples. Trying to destroy the morals of your enemies is not unique to the Germans. The Israelis borrowed this tactic from the Germans in April of 2002, when they took over Palestinian television stations and broadcasted pornography even during daytime hours when children were home.[21]

4.)                Sterilization – Hitler passed sterilization laws that were almost verbatim of translated texts of American laws. One prominent eugenicist noted, “the text of the German statue reads almost like the ‘American model sterilization law.’”[22] They even invented an X-ray machine to sterilize Jews that was the envy of Franklin D. Roosevelt, who told his advisers that he would like to use it on Puerto Ricans.[23] The Law for the Prevention of Progeny with Hereditary Diseases forcibly sterilized those found “unfit.” Between 320,000 and 350,000 people were sterilized under the Nazi regime.[24]

The Americans were watching the developments in Germany with mixture of envy and apprehension. Dictatorship brought Hitler certain advantages that a constitutional republic like the United States did not have. Hitler was free to enact any policy without worrying about public opinion or congressional objections. As George W. Bush once quipped about our form of government, “You don’t get everything you want. A dictatorship would be a lot easier.” Joseph DeJarnette, superintendent of Virginia’s Western State Hospital, lamented that, “The Germans are beating us at our own game.”[25]

The Germans and the Americans had a cooperative relationship. They held conferences and corresponded with each other, sharing ideas, successes, and failures. American eugenics journals began printing pro-Nazi articles that cited Nazis, including Dr. Otmar Freiherr von Vershuer, the man who trained the notorious Dr. Joseph Mengele.[26] The Germans also praised the Americans, even awarding Dr. Harry Laughlin, director of the Harriman-funded Eugenics Record Office, with an honorary degree.[27] But American support of the Nazis was not limited to honorary degrees and verbal encouragement; they also provided financial support. The Rockefeller Foundation supplied over $125,000 for German eugenics research. Funding did not stop with the start of World War II. The Rockefeller Foundation funded experiments in concentration camps during WWII.[28]

Although American eugenicists mostly had praise for Hitler’s negative eugenics plan (decreasing the birthrate of the “unfit”), they were critical of his positive eugenics program (increasing the birthrate of the superior Aryan race). The American eugenicists felt he should target the Aryan population and weed out the “unfit” among the Aryan race. In 1940 the general director of the Birth Control Federation of America, Woodbridge Morris, told the Germans, “We, too, recognize the problem of race building, but our concern is with the quality of our people, not with their quantity alone.” [29]

Despite some concerns, the American eugenicists were mostly excited about Hitler’s eugenics program. They could learn from his mistakes and successes. But there were dangers. The world was watching Hitler. If Hitler went too far, exposed too much, and his ties to American eugenicists became public, the consequences could be disastrous. The term eugenics itself would never be able to recover from the awful smell of being connected with Hitler. No public relations campaign could wash away that smell, and it would it make it extremely difficult to carry out a far-reaching aggressive Nazi-like eugenics program in the United States. As one American eugenicist noted, “If Hitler succeeds in his wholesale sterilization, it will be a demonstration that will carry eugenics farther than a hundred Eugenics Societies could. If he makes a fiasco of it, it will set the movement back where a hundred eugenics societies can never resurrect it.”[30]

Fortunately for mankind, Hitler did make a fiasco of it. Eugenics was universally condemned when the Nazis were defeated and the full extent of the Nazi eugenics program became public. The architects of the Nazi eugenics program were put on trial for their crimes at Nuremberg. The Nazi defeat and the resulting condemnation put the American elite in a quandary. They did not want to give up eugenics at home, and at the same time, if their links to the Nazi became too widely known it would be the death blow to eugenics. Giving up was not an option for the Americans. They decided to become more public relations savvy. They toned down their rhetoric. No longer would they make open and brutally frank public statements about eliminating “human weeds.” They even changed the name. Eugenics would no longer be called eugenics; it would now be called “sustainable development,” “family planning,” “population control,” “human engineering,” or “genetics.”[31] Eugenics organizations took the eugenics out of their names. For instance, the American Eugenics Society became the Society for the Study of Social Biology and still exists today.[32] They became more guarded and less revealing. Today most Web sites of eugenic organizations restrict access to their site and only allow vetted users access.[33] But as we shall see, they did not stop their quest to create a master race.

Chapter 3: Margaret Sanger—Mother of Eugenics

In America, the eugenics movement has always been composed of two divisions: the think tanks that publish studies and propaganda to provide justification and the activist organizations that put the theories into practice. Margaret Sanger was the first general of the activist arm. No person has done more to advance eugenics in America than Sanger. She helped find the most successful eugenics organization, the Birth Control League, now known as Planned Parenthood. She was instrumental in the development of the strategies and tactics that are still employed today by the eugenicists in their campaign to eliminate the “unfit” from the human race.

Margaret Sanger was born into a family of eleven children in Corning, New York, on September 14, 1879. Her father was an ardent anti-Christian who forbid his Catholic wife from giving their children a religious education. Despite her husband’s orders, Margaret’s mother secretly had Margaret baptized and confirmed. As a young girl, Margaret was a practicing Catholic despite her father’s attempts to undermine her faith. Eventually, though, she grew to hate the Church.[34] Sanger grew up to be a beautiful, charming, and intelligent woman. After dropping out of high school, she married a wealthy architect named William Sanger and began a life as a housewife on New York’s upper eastside. Margaret soon became bored with housework and began taking an interest in communism, anarchism, and socialism. She met and was friends with the prominent radical anti-Christian thinkers of her day. Her circle of friends included feminist anarchist Emma Goldman; Havelock Ellis, a believer in sexual liberation; and socialist Eugene Debs. Margaret Sanger was most attracted to those ideologies that promoted promiscuous sex and eugenics. Her interest in free sex inspired her to ask her husband for an open marriage because she now felt marriage to be a “degenerate institution.” Eventually, she and her husband divorced. After her divorce Margaret became more involved in radical politics and started to publish a pro-birth control newsletter. Birth control is the all-encompassing phrase for contraceptives (condoms), birth control pills, and sterilizations. Anything that allows people to have sex without out fear of the women getting pregnant would be considered birth control. In 1916 she founded the Birth Control League, later named Planned Parenthood. She was a gifted organizer, fund-raiser, and propagandist. Under Margaret’s leadership, Planned Parenthood grew to be the premiere and most influential eugenics organization in the world. Margaret had found her passion in life. As of 2004 Planned Parenthood had $810 million in revenues annually, 850 clinics all over the world, and $725 million in assets.[35]

Early on Sanger was always honest about the goal of her organization; it was to create a master race and prevent the evolutionary degeneration of the human race. As Margaret Sanger phrased her goal, “More children from the fit, less from the unfit—is the chief aim of birth control.”[36] Before Adolph Hitler gave eugenics a bad name Margaret Sanger’s writings are remarkable for their brutal frankness. Later, like all eugenicists, she toned downed her rhetoric and even changed the name of her organization from the Birth Control League to the more innocuous sounding Planned Parenthood. Her early writings reveal her true thoughts and aims. One doesn’t need to engage in any speculation to state that Sanger was a eugenicist launching a genocidal campaign against the human race because her own words speak for themselves and convict her.

Margaret Sanger’s personal philosophy was marked by a hatred of the poor and the “human waste” and a belief that eventually through evolution a master race of “human thoroughbreds” [37],[38] would emerge. 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).[39] In Sanger’s stated opinion about 70 percent of the population was “feebleminded” and therefore a “menace to the race.”[40]

In her book, The Pivot of Civilization,Sanger describes her utopian vision. In her ideal world, half the world’s population would be segregated and sterilized. As Sanger puts it, “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.”[41] Once the human waste was segregated from the rest of population, they would put to work as slave labor on farms, “where they would be taught to work under competent instructors for the period of their entire lives.”[42] Eventually, the human waste would die out. Sanger called this her “Plan for Peace.”[43]

After the “morons” were segregated from society, Sanger believed that a Utopian society that would emerge. She liked to call it a “terrestrial paradise.”[44] Mankind would be free from “debauch of sentimentality or religiosity” and “by releasing their sexual energies . . . they could create a ‘race of geniuses.’”[45] By segregating those who are “biological and racial mistake  . . . mankind may attain the great spiritual illumination which will transform the world, which will light up the only path to an earthly paradise.”[46] Sanger was willing to sacrifice millions of innocent people in order to create this heaven on earth.

Eugenics cloaks itself as a science, but as can be seen from Sanger’s description of heaven, it is actually a religion. Instead of believing in a God as a creator, they believe that man created himself. It is through eugenics that man can perfect his creation and create a race of Gods. Not all men are destined to be Gods; only the chosen ones. When you look at eugenics as a religion, you can understand their hatred for “human waste.” The “human waste” is preventing them from becoming Gods.

The American establishment recognized Margaret Sanger’s talents and viewed as her efforts as one of the best prospects to bring about a eugenics regime in America. The Rockefeller family, the Osborn family, and the Brush foundation are just a few of her generous supporters. Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, H. G. Wells, Emperor Hirohito, Dwight Eisenhower, Harry Truman, and Henry Ford are just some of her admirers. In 2000 she was named one of Time Magazine’s one hundred most influential people in the twentieth century, and she was even commemorated on a U.S. postal stamp[47]. One of Sanger’s most vocal admirers currently is Hillary Clinton. Clinton had nothing but praises for Sanger’s life and works when accepting the Margaret Sanger Award from Planned Parenthood in March of 2009, when she stated:

I admire Margaret Sanger enormously, her courage, her tenacity, her vision . . . taking on archetypes, taking on attitudes and accusations flowing from all directions, I am really in awe of her. And there are a lot of lessons that we can learn from her life and from the cause she launched and fought for and sacrificed so bravely.

The 20th century reproductive rights movement, really embodied in the life and leadership of Margaret Sanger, was one of the most transformational in the entire history of the human race. . . . Yet we know that Margaret Sanger’s work here in the United States and certainly across our globe is not done.

Margaret Sanger was not a racist as the term is commonly understood today. She did not hate blacks, but just viewed them as inferior species. She also viewed most whites as inferior “human waste.” Her racism was not based on the color of a person’s skin; it was based on their genetics. In The Pivot of Civilization,she quotes a Dr. Freeman who explains that even some whites may be inferior to blacks: “Compared with the African negro, the British sub-man is in several respects markedly inferior. He tends to be dull; he is usually quite helpless and unhandy; he has, as a rule, no skill or knowledge of handicraft, or indeed knowledge of any kind”[48]

Margaret Sanger viewed most whites as coming from a “defective gene pool” but she viewed all blacks as “human waste”

Unfortunately for Sanger, but fortunately for the rest of the world, Sanger couldn’t just march blacks into gas chambers, like her buddy Hitler did to the Jews in Nazi German. To defend her eugenic utopian vision from the threat the black race posed, she devised a plan called the Negro Project.

Chapter 4: Negro Project

In internal memos the rational for the initiative was explained this way: “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.”[49] Sanger’s letters with colleagues, they openly show their disdain for blacks and state, “Public health statistics merely hint at the primitive state of civilization in which most Negroes in the South live.”[50] The goal was to eliminate the black race, but to accomplish such a diabolical goal without blacks catching on, Sanger would develop a cunning strategy and employ tactics of deception to hide their true intentions.

The Negro Project would use tactics identical to those used by Hitler against his enemies to lower the birth rate and gradually lead to the race’s extinction:

1)      Promotion of birth control;

2)      Promotion of abortion;

3)      Forced and voluntary sterilizations;

4)      Promotion of moral degeneracy, including but not limited to promoting sex out wedlock and ending the shame of having bastard children.

At the time the Negro Project was devised, every one of the tactics listed above was considered an anathema by the American people. Abortion was illegal. Contraceptive was illegal in many states, and the vast majority considered sex outside of marriage to be a sin. It was clear to Sanger and her cohorts that a public relations campaign would be needed to change peoples’ opinions, particularly black peoples’ opinions. Like a general who softens the enemy with a barrage of artillery and mortar fire before launching a ground offensive, Sanger launched a propaganda offensive to soften the ground before implementing her most aggressive tactics, like building abortion mills in black neighborhoods.

At first the principal targets of her propaganda were the black leaders of the community, particularly the secular black intelligentsia and black reverends. Sanger and her allies theorized that the best way and probably the only way to initiate a large-scale genocidal birth control campaign was to make it appear as if blacks were behind it. Their plan simply stated was, we can’t kill them, so we must get them to kill themselves. Clarence Gamble, cofounder of Planned Parenthood, explained this strategy to future financial donor of the Negro Project, Mary Lasker, wife of famous advertising executive Albert Lasker, this way: “There is great danger that we will fail because the Negroes think it a plan for extermination. Hence lets appear to let the colored think it run it [sic] as we appeared to let the south do the conference at Atlanta.”[51] The strategy was by changing the minds of a small group of leaders in the black community, she could eventually change the minds of millions of blacks. These influential blacks could use their positions in academia, business, politics, or in the church to mold the opinions of the black masses on sexual moral issues and provide cover by serving as front men. As you will see, they were successful, and the black public’s opinion on contraception, abortion, and the traditional two-parent family has dramatically changed. In essence, the goal of Sanger and her allies was to train and cultivate an army of black Judas goats. A Judas goat is used in slaughterhouses to lead sheep to their slaughter. The goat is trained to associate with the sheep and gain their trust. Once the sheep are comfortable with the Judas goat, they will begin to follow the goat. One day the sheep will unwittingly follow the goat to the slaughterhouse to be killed. For his service, the Judas goat’s life is spared.

The effort to promote birth control among blacks has to be understood in the context of the times. Now, most people consider not using contraceptives or not practicing so called “safe sex” as some sort of a secular “sin,” but not too long ago most people considered the use of contraception as a sin against God and Nature. Even today, the largest church in America, the Roman Catholic Church, teaches that birth control of any sort to be a mortal sin. Before the widespread birth control propaganda of the eugenicists there was a consensus among Americans that sex should only be between married couples and birth control was immoral and ought to be outlawed. In fact, in 1873 Congress passed the Comstock Law, which prohibited the sale or promotion of contraceptives through the U.S. mail. Blacks, like whites, also viewed birth control as a sin, which was acknowledged by the only black founder member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), W. E. B Du Bois, who wrote “they think that birth control is inherently immoral.”[52]

It was obvious to Planned Parenthood that for their plan to work, black attitudes toward birth control must change. A study done in 1940 in Nashville, Tennessee, found that half of black mothers were against the use of contraception.[53] Nine years later the same study in Nashville found that only one-third of black mothers were against the use of birth control.[54] This remarkable change in attitudes can be attributed to the Negro Project’s social engineering program to change black attitudes. This propaganda effort is continuing in the present day.

Planned Parenthood knew blacks would be suspicious if a bunch of white people who never had much to do with blacks, all of sudden, took a keen interest in blacks and went around telling them, “Stop having so many children. Use birth control. Get sterilized. Have abortions. It is for your own good.” No, that wouldn’t work. They needed black front men. A front man or organization looks to the public like it is serving one purpose but it in actuality serves a hidden ulterior purpose. The most commonly known fronts are front companies used by organized crime to launder money. Planned Parenthood recruited among black America’s opinion molders (intellectuals, ministers, and politicians) to find front men.

They had their first great successes in getting front men from black America’s intelligentsia. It is not surprising that intellectuals would find the elitist message of eugenics appealing. Remember, eugenicists do not discriminate by race, but by genetics. Because of their focus on genetics rather than on race, they have been called scientific racists. Just as it was possible for Margaret Sanger to despise most whites and want to see them exterminated, it is just as possible for a black person to despise most of his fellow blacks and want them eliminated. So it is not hard to understand how members of the black elite, particularly intellectuals who are naturally are aware of their intellectual superiority to the general population, could believe in eugenics. With black intellectuals Sanger was more honest and confided in them with her eugenic vision. They were told that were part of the genetically superior race of human beings and that majority of blacks as well as whites were “human waste” that needed to be eliminated. Black intellectuals were just as attracted to the ideas of eugenics as whites and became some of its most ardent supporters.

Planned Parenthood hit pay dirt in June 1932 when they were able to lure some of black America’s leading intellectuals to their side. George S. Schuyler, a columnist and author; Charles S. Johnson, president of Fisk University; Elmer A. Carter, editor of the Urban League’s journal Opportunity; and W. E. B. Du Bois, the first black man to get a Harvard PHD, all agreed to lend their names to Planned Parenthood’s Negro Project. They all wrote pro-birth control articles in Planned Parenthood’s flagship publication, at that time, the Birth Control Review. W. E. B. Du Bois was the prize catch, because as editor of the NAACP’s flagship publication the Crisis, he was arguably black America’s most famous and public figure at the time. Today, many schools are named after him and Harvard University founded the W. E. B. Du Bois Institute in his honor.

The Birth Control Review is an academic publication that would not be read by the masses or the working classes. It is clear from the articles that their goal is to convince the black intellectual classes that birth control should be promoted to the black underclass. The hope is that the intellectuals would write articles and give lectures on the usefulness and necessity of birth control. The idea would spread down from the intellectual class to the middle class to the lower class. This is one technique to change a target group’s opinions and attitudes.

With articles entitled “Quantity or Quality” or “Eugenics for the Negro” these men did not hide their elitist attitudes and disdain for the majority of blacks in the pieces they wrote. By reading their words, one can gain insight into the mind of a black scientific racist and understand why blacks would help a movement that appears to be contrary to their community’s and their own self-interest. George Schuyler says that a woman is nothing but “a child factory, as a cow is a milk factory and a hen an egg factory.” He also states that there are “certain ingredients” that are necessary to produce a healthy child and that if these are missing then the “child will usually be an inferior product.”[55] Human beings are nothing but products! It is unbelievable the callous disregard these people have for human life. W. E. B. Du Bois wanted blacks to “learn that among human races and groups, as among vegetables, quality and not mere quantity counts.”[56] Elmer A. Carter was worried that the wrong blacks are having too many children, “Therein lies the danger, for Negroes who by virtue of their education and capacity are best able to rear children shrink from that responsibility and the Negro who, in addition to the handicaps of race and color, is shackled by mental and social incompetence serenely goes on his way bringing into the world children.”[57] Du Bois also shared the sentiment the wrong kind of blacks were having children, “the mass of ignorant Negroes still breed carelessly and disastrously, so that the increase among Negroes, even more than among whites, is from that part of the population least intelligent and fit.”[58] What you have read is how the black elites, who ally themselves with white eugenicist organizations, truly think of the black masses.

They also paint an extremely grim and pessimistic picture of life that doesn’t seem to fit the reality. Only seventy years ago blacks lived as slaves; in 1932 they lived as freemen and were on the verge on gaining more of their constitutional rights. I think most people would see this as a hopeful situation. Of course, Du Bois and his friends are not concerned with painting an accurate picture of life or providing blacks with encouragement and hope. Their goal is to convince the blacks that are “shackled by mental and social incompetence,” so it is better not to have any children. Schuyler seems to think that only morticians and prison wardens benefit from more black children, because that is where they are bound to end up. He wonders, “Why should the Negroes . . .  continue to enrich the morticians and choke the jails with unwanted children?”[59] He also implores women to reject their innate maternal instincts and not have children, because “every child takes a great deal of vitality from even those mothers who are in the best of health”[60]

Planned Parenthood needed more front men than just black scholars, so they created the National Negro Advisory Council of the BCFA as a way to gain more influence in the black community. Sanger, using her charm, was able to convince many of the most prominent blacks of the day to join the council. The council received funding from Clarence Gamble, of the Proctor and Gamble family, and from the wife of advertising magnate Albert D. Lasker. Here is a partial list of some of the people who agreed to serve on the council:[61]

  • Claude A. Barnett, Associated Negro Press
  • Mary MacLeod Bethune, president, National Council of Negro Women, and special adviser to President Roosevelt
  • Eugene K. Jones, executive secretary, National Urban League
  • L. Hollings Wood, president, National Urban League
  • Frederick D. Patterson, president, Tuskegee Institute
  • Charles D. Herbert, president, Morehouse College
  • Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, U.S. congressman.

The council provided more “black cover” for eugenics. Some members may have joined the council because they considered it an honor to be invited to join a group of such prominent people. But, don’t be mistaken, not all members were dupes joining the council to just rub elbows with the rich and famous. The words of board member Dr. Dorothy B. Ferebee, president of the nation’s largest black sorority, show that she knew full well the intended goal of birth control and the benefit of having fellow blacks serve as the face of the eugenics movement. She stated that one of their “most difficult obstacles” was the belief that birth control was “motivated by a clever bit of machination to persuade them to commit race suicide.”[62] 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.”[63]

Planned Parenthood did not limit its propaganda effort to scholarly journals and America’s black elites. It also sought to change the attitudes of the masses by spreading its propaganda in the mainstream media. In mainstream media outlets, fearmongering was one of Planned Parenthood’s preferred methods. The organization would send press releases to black newspapers to print. 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.”[64] 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.

In addition to placing propaganda in the mainstream media, Planned Parenthood believed, the best approach was to reach blacks through the churches by hiring “‘colored ministers, preferably with social service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities’ to travel the South and propagandize for birth control.”[65] “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.”[66]

Sanger worked tirelessly trying to receive endorsements and support from black leaders. She wrote everyone in Colored Who’s Who and called on as many prominent blacks as humanly possible. The way she convinced skeptical Reverend J. T. Braun, editor in chief of the National Baptist Convention’s Sunday School Publishing Board in Nashville, Tennessee, is illustrative of her methods. Braun expressed his wariness of birth control to Sanger. “The very idea of such a thing [birth control] has always held the greatest hatred and contempt in my mind. . . .  I am hesitant to give my full endorsement of this idea, until you send me, perhaps, some more convincing literature on the subject.”[67] Sanger sent him pamphlets that were praised by another black minister and convinced him that her interest in birth control was only out of concern for black people’s health, particularly infant mortality. In this manner she was able to convince Braun that she had nothing but noble intentions. Braun must have thought why would so many other blacks support her if she did not have good intentions? He must have thought she is such nice lady; most whites want nothing to do with blacks. Braun eventually capitulated and reversed his previously anti-birth control opinion and allowed his church to be used for birth control propaganda sessions.[68]

In addition to getting ministers to act as front men, Planned Parenthood hired black doctors to provide birth control services. The doctors would only be allowed to use Planned Parenthood’s funds for birth control, never for any other health-related matters. Gamble made it clear that he did not care at all about the well-being of blacks when he informed the public health director of South Carolina that Planned Parenthood’s money should be used for birth control and not be “diluted with a lot of general health work.”[69]

Blacks would appear to be in charge, but it was merely an illusion. Dr Lydia DeVilbiss pulled funding from an all-black birth control clinic in Miami because they were not following her directives as much as she would have liked. In a letter she wondered whether, “southern darkies can ever be entrusted with such a clinic. Our experience causes to doubt their ability to work except under white supervision.”[70] Overall, Planned Parenthood had success in their doctor outreach program. It was reported that in Nashville, Tennessee, 80 percent of “low intelligence” blacks would use birth control after receiving instructions.[71]

George Grant, Planned Parenthood researcher and historian, explains their tactics this way:

The entire operation then was a ruse—a manipulative attempt to get Blacks to cooperate in their own elimination.

The program’s genocidal intentions were carefully camouflaged beneath several layers of condescending social service rhetoric and organizational expertise. Like the citizens of Hamelin, lured into captivity by the sweet serenades of the Pied Piper[72]

It may seem counterintuitive to hire the most conservative and educated members of the community to lead blacks on the path to self-destruction, but by befriending the leadership of the black community, they squashed any effective opposition to their plans of genocide. Most blacks expect racists to wear white hoods and to show open hostility towards blacks. These racists do exist, but the more insidious racists are the ones wearing three-piece suits with gentlemanly manners and charm. They operate like a con artist that builds a rapport to gain the trust and confidence of his victims only to betray that trust, but unlike a con artist, it is not your money they are after, it is your life.

[1] Phillip D. Collins, “Engineering Evolution: The Alchemy of Eugenics,”, 10 January 2005.

[2] Ibid.

[3] William H. Tucker, The Science of Politics and Racial Research University of Illinois Press, 1994, 46.

[4] Ibid. 45.

[5] Ibid. 48.

[6] Ibid., 49.

[7] Edwin Black, War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race : Four Walls Eight Windows, 2003, XXI–XXII.

[8] Ibid., 36.

[9] Ibid., 247.

[10] Ibid., 248.

[11] Ibid., 259.

[12] Ibid.

[13] Tucker, The Science of Politics and Racial Research, 2.

[14] Black, War against the Weak, 192.

[15] Robert G. Weisbord, Genocide?: Birth Control and the Black American. Greenwood Press, 1975, 58–60.

[16] Elasah Drogin, Margaret Sanger: Father of Modern Society. CUL Publications, 1989, p. 24.

[17] Mike W. Perry,  “As Many Abortions as Possible,”, 17 September 2009.

[18] Drogin, Margaret Sanger, 24.

[19] Perry, “As Many Abortions as Possible.”.

[20] Ibid.

[21] “Porn Run on Seized TV Channel, Say Residents,” Sunday Morning Herald, 1 April 2002. <;.

[22] Black, War against the Weak, 300.

[23] Perry, “As Many Abortions as Possible.”.

[24] Ibid.

[25] Black, War against the Weak, 277.

[26] Ibid., 342–43.

[27] Ibid., 312.

[28] Ibid.,  363–64.

[29] Perry, “As Many Abortions as Possible.”

[30] Black, War against the Weak, 317.

[31] Ibid., 8.

[32] Ibid., 425.

[33] Ibid., XXIII.

[34] George Grant, Killer Angel: A Short Biography of Planned Parenthood’s Founder, Margaret Sanger Highland Books, 2001 32.

[35] Planned Parenthood. Annual Report, 2003–2004

[36] Drogin, Margaret Sanger, 12.

[37] Margaret Sanger, The Pivot of Civilization. Project Gutenberg, Web-E-book, 65.

[38] Ibid., 75

[39] Drogin, Margaret Sanger, 17.

[40] Ibid., 21.

[41] Ibid., 65.

[42] Phillip D. Collins, “Engineering Evolution: The Alchemy of Eugenics,”, 10 January 2005.

[43] Drogin, Margaret Sanger, 21.

[44] Ibid., 66.

[45] Ibid.

[46] Ibid.

[47] Robert G. Weisbord, Genocide?: Birth Control and the Black American Greenwood Press, 1975, 4.

[48] Sanger, The Pivot of Civilization, 70.

[49] Linda Gordon, Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right : A Social History of Birth Control in America Penguin Books, 1977, 332.

[50] Ibid., 332.

[51] Ibid., 333.

[52] W. E. B. Du Bois, “Black Folk and Birth Control,” Birth Control Review (June 1936): 166–67.

[53] Weisbord, Genocide?, 43.

[54] Ibid.

[55] George S. Schulyer, “Quantity or Quality,” Birth Control Review (June 1936): 165–66.

[56] Du Bois, “Black Folk and Birth Control,” 166–67.

[57] Elmer A. Carter, “Eugenics for the Negro,” Birth Control Review (June 1936): 169–70.

[58] Du Bois, “Black Folk and Birth Control,” 166–67.

[59] Schulyer, “Quantity or Quality,” 165–66.

[60] Ibid.

[61] Robert G. Marshall, Blessed are the Barren: The Social Policy of Planned Parenthood Ignatius Press, 1991, 19.

[62] Ibid.

[63] Ibid., 20.

[64] Rev. Francis Donland, Letter. Pittsburgh Courier, 19 April 1947.

[65] Gordon, Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right, 332.

[66] Ibid., 332–33

[67] Tanya L. Green, “The Negro Project: Margaret Sanger’s Eugenic Plan for Black Americans,”, 10 May 2001.

[68] Ibid.

[69] Gordon, Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right, 333.

[70] Ibid. 330.

[71] George Grant, Grand Illusions: The Legacy of Planned Parenthood Highland Books, 1998 19.

[72] Ibid., 41.

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