Planned Parenthood: Sterilization and Racial Cleansing

Forced sterilization and ethnic cleansing define the business plan created by Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood!

Margaret Sanger, was a proponent of Eugenics, the belief that the weaker vessels must not be allowed to birth and thus muddy the supremacy of the perfect race.  Should they allow their loose morality to cause them to get pregnant, abortion was the only means of righting the wrong.  Sterilization would be the punishment, whether elective or a consequence.  Decades later, contraception  became the focus with Enovid, a pill that had dire side effects including, death.

Reading her ideals, one might falsely assume her pen was ruled by the doctrines and ideology of Adolph Hitler.

“They are…human weeds, reckless breeders, spawning… human beings who never should have been born.”

“Birth control is nothing more or less than…weeding out the unfit.”

“Knowledge of birth control is essentially moral. Its general, though prudent, practice must lead to a higher individuality and ultimately to a cleaner race.”

“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 … We are paying for, and even submitting to, the dictates of an ever-increasing, unceasingly spawning class of human beings who never should have been born at all.”

She speaks of the negro population, of immigrants, of anyone she deems an inferior race who must not be allowed to breed because such breeding only fills the world with a defective race of sub-humans. As such, she worked tirelessly to destroy life through abortion and sterilization projects. To keep the population cleansed of the abominations.

In other words, the stated purpose of Planned Parenthood was – Ethnic Cleansing.

Married to a radical marxist/socialist jewish man, it was his influence that propelled her to atheism, population control, birth control and eugenics. She was instrumental in the Negro Project in which Sanger utilized black clergy and black doctors to help appeal to the race in order to succeed in mass sterilization.  A feminist and a socialist dabbling in the occult, her birth control clinic was funded by the Rockefeller family.

She believed in the creation of a thoroughbred race, one that was without defect, one of genetic superiority, white, and cleansed of all potential disease and inferior qualities. In the 1950’s Sanger met Dr. Pincus who was working on reproductive and infertility in animals. Sanger encouraged Pincus to create what would become The Pill, a contraceptive against pregnancy. Planned Parenthood didn’t have enough money to fund the Pincus’ project and so Sanger solicited a friend, Katherine McCormick, a wealthy suffragist whose husband’s brother had married into the Rockefeller family.

Human trials were conducted on women from Haiti, Mexico and Puerto Rico where the governments turned a blind eye to any ‘mistakes’, side effects or deaths that might ensue.   Side effects included nausea and vomiting to such extent discontinuance was required (affected population –  25%), edema, weight gain, changes in thyroid and adrenal function, thyroditis, toxicosis, hair loss, dermatitis, jaundice, chloasma, toxemia of pregnancy syndrome, While Enovid was taken off the market in 1988, its long term effects and death rates have been deleted from most of Google.

Her birth control project was considered the most powerful in the world impacting Europe, China, Japan, India, Korea, and Singapore. Her eugenics and sterilization projects were adopted by Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and – Nazi Germany.

And while today Planned Parenthood provides some medical procedures outside of abortion and sterilization, Sanger abhored the idea stating that the provision of medical and nursing facilities to the slum mothers was insidiously injurious. Utilizing statistics of white vs black birth rates, she was able to garner political support as she claimed the survival and domination of the white race was being significantly threatened.  President Roosevelt supported the idea and government funding became the backdrop.

While history has been somewhat rewritten to laud the efforts of this woman in fostering women’s rights, her motives were far less than her depiction and what the media slaves might have us envision. Her goal was the eradication of a great number of undesirables who she felt did not deserve life. She advocated that women should be free to explore sexuality without the ‘consequence’ of pregnancy. Despite some articles which attempt to elevate her motherly instincts, she abandoned her own children, sent them off to boarding schools, gave their care to her aunt and husband and generally had little involvement in their lives. Her true agenda ultimately became the sexual immorality that contraception and abortion advocated and how she might partake of this freedom.

Before WWII, her appeal was quite well observed, however after WWII comparisons to Hitler and the Nazi’s became problematic. As a result, the name of her organization was changed from The American Birth control League, to Planned Parenthood. And while Planned Parenthood makes the claim that most of their income is generated from health services, including mammograms – it has recently been revealed that too is false. Only a spattering of facilities provide ‘some’ health services, and none provide mammograms, those are out-sourced.

The history of Planned Parenthood and it’s morality today have changed little.  It’s purpose and ethic remain. 

Alone, addicted to alcohol and painkillers, Margaret Sanger died a bitter old woman.

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