Courtesy of Margaret Sanger and Eugenics!
â€œThe most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.â€ â€“ Margaret Sanger
With all this talk about a War on Women, andÂ de-funding Planned Parenthood, it is interesting to note how the champion of birth control, viewed the idea of planning parenthood.
It is even more interesting that those who are pro-choice, believe tax dollars should fund abortions, along with a family planning program, since Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in the United States..
In her autobiography, Margaret Sanger, An Autobiography; 1938, Sanger says that:
In 1926, she gave a lecture on birth control to the women's auxiliary of the Ku Klux Klan in Silver Lake, New Jersey. She described it as "one of the weirdest experiences I had in lecturing," and added that she had to use only "the most elementary terms, as though I were trying to make children understand."
Her talk was well-received by the group and as a result "a dozen invitations to similar groups were proffered."
While this is disturbing enough, her views on Eugenics and euthanasia might surprise pro-abortion groups:
Sanger was a proponent of negative eugenics, a social philosophy which claims that human hereditary traits can be improved through social intervention. Sanger's eugenic policies ran to an exclusionary immigration policy, free access to birth control methods and full family-planning autonomy for the able-minded, and compulsory segregation or sterilization for the profoundly retarded. She expressly denounced euthanasia as a eugenics tool.
In Sanger's, A Plan For Peace, Birth Control Review, of April 1932, Sanger proposed a congressional department to:
Keep the doors of immigration closed to the entrance of certain aliens whose condition is known to be detrimental to the stamina of the race, such as feebleminded, idiots, morons, insane, syphilitic, epileptic, criminal, professional prostitutes, and others in this class barred by the immigration laws of 1924.
In her first pamphlet, What Every Boy and Girl Should Know, 1915, Sanger wrote:
It is a vicious cycle; ignorance breeds poverty and poverty breeds ignorance. There is only one cure for both, and that is to stop breeding these things. Stop bringing to birth children whose inheritance cannot be one of health or intelligence. Stop bringing into the world children whose parents cannot provide for them. Herein lies the key of civilization. For upon the foundation of an enlightened and voluntary motherhood shall a future civilization emerge.
Sounds eerily familiar to Hitler's views and the reason for the Holocaust and the extermination of six million Jews.
In July 1933, the Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring calling for compulsory sterilization of the â€œinferior" was passed. Marking as it did the regime's commitment to eugenics, the programme marked an important step forward in the efforts to keep the blood of the "Aryan race" pure.
If you think it could never happen in the US, thanks to Sanger and other socialists, think again, and read about
"American eugenics refers inter alia to compulsory sterilization laws adopted by over 30 states that led to more than 60,000 sterilizations of disabled individuals. Many of these individuals were sterilized because of a disability: they were mentally disabled or ill, or belonged to socially disadvantaged groups living on the margins of society."
And from a Fox News Report, comes information about Obama's Chief science adviser, John Holdren, who:
"once floated the idea of forced abortions, "compulsory sterilization," and the creation of a "Planetary Regime" that would oversee human population levels and control all natural resources as a means of protecting the planet -- controversial ideas his critics say should have been brought up in his Senate confirmation hearings."
In 1977, Holdren co-authored a textbook he co-authored in 1977, "Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment".
While not all abortions are performed to weed out the imperfect, the beginnings of Planned Parenthood started with an evil woman such as Margaret Sanger.
Is it possible there are people in the world today who think the way Sanger did, the way Hitler did? Should we play God? Should women have abortions to prevent imperfect children from being born.
Joy Behar said this about Tim Tebow's mother's decision to give birth to Tim, against doctors and others telling her to abort the pregnancy:
"the only argument against this is that he just as easily could have turned out to be a racist pedophile".
Plus, all you have to do is look at all of the pro-abortion people, who rail against Sarah Palin's views on abortion, by finding a joke on Family Guy about Palin's son, Trig, appropriate and hilarious. They have also spread rumors now that Palin may not be the child's real mother.
Harry Reid claims funding Planned Parenthood helps women. Louise Slaughter said defunding Planned Parenthood is equal to killing women. Is there still this evl existing in the world today? Should we be funding such evil?