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Murderous Rampage by the White House

Wake Up and Smell the Death

March 26, 2009

News:

Tomorrow in Houston, Texas, Secretary of State,  Hillary Clinton, is scheduled to receive Planned Parenthood’s highest honor–the 2009 Margaret Sanger Award. The gala takes place down the road from the construction of America’s largest-ever abortion (murder) facility. It reinforces the strong alliance between the Obama’s administration and the radical, remove unwanted children from the earth agendas. In Stanger’s book “Women and the New Race” she proclaimed that the ‘most merciful thing a large family can do to one of its infant members is to kill it.'” (I once heard a pro-abortionist state “kill it” concerning a baby in the womb that we were praying for in our Bible study.)

 Sanger stated “I look forward to seeing humanity free someday of the tyranny of Christianity no less than Capitalism.”

Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, embraced eugenics, targeted “the unfit” for “extinction.” Very Marxist and Darwin—the survival of the wanted and the fittest. If babies appear in the womb less than perfect or unwanted, they must be holocaustically murdered.

PP’s current staff is on record as accepting racially motivated donations in seven different clinics nationwide. It’s an organization that fights to bar parents from the medical decisions of their 12-year-old daughters. According to videos in at least four states, Planned Parenthood has been involved in serial statutory rape cover-ups. Allegations in California point to an estimated $180 million of fraud. In at least two states, Planned Parenthood petitioned for the construction of abortion clinics under false pretenses.

Its very name, The Margaret Sanger Award, is a tribute to a woman whose life’s mission was to “build a race of thoroughbreds.” And she wanted the black population eliminated. Planned Parenthood’s long campaign to promote abortion on request, celebration of sexual libertinism, debauchery, eugenics, and radical prejudice is the worst foreign policy message our nation could send–and tomorrow they crown their messenger.

In 1933 Planned Parenthood’s publication, Birth Control Review, published “Eugenic Sterilization: An Urgent Need,” by Ernst Rudin, Hitlers director of genetic sterilization and founder of the Nazi Society for Racial Hygiene. later that year it published an article by E. A. Whitney, entitled “Selective Sterilization,” which strongly praised and defended Nazi racial programs. She approved wholeheartedly of “negative” eugenics: preventing the reproduction of the unfit by persuasion or force. The unfit were often portrayed as livestock, to be controlled and genetically manipulated by the eugenist — all in the name of human betterment. (This is our president’s current stand, spending America’s money, seeing to it that sterilization and abortion is forcefully carried forth in other nations. He also desires that here in America a type of coerced abortion be carried forth. He wants all medical facilities personnel to participate in human killing.)

Though praising eugenics, Sanger saw birth control as the best way to rid society of what she called “feebleminded” people (those whose mental ability was less than that of a 12-year-old). She estimated that such people constituted almost 50 percent of the U.S. Population.

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Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger’s “Extermination Negro Project” Sanger’s “Negro Project” was designed to cut down on the number of black babies being born. In a December 10, 1939 letter, Margaret Sanger wrote to Dr. Clarence Gamble about her “Negro Project,” saying, “We do not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten that idea out if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.” (See Blessed Are The Barren The Social Policy of Planned Parenthood by Robert Marshall and Charles Donovan, Ignatius Press, 1991, pages 17-18.) Here is Sanger’s account of her trip to talk to the Ku Klux Klan from pages 366-367 of Margaret Sanger An Autobiography (1971 reprint by Dover Publications, Inc. Of the 1938 original published by W.W. Norton & Company). …Never before had I looked into a sea of faces like these. I was sure that if I uttered one word, such as abortion, outside the usual vocabulary of these women they would go off into hysteria. And so my address that night had to be in the most elementary terms, as though I were trying to make children understand. In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered. The conversation went on and on, and when we were finally through it was too late to return to New York…

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Margaret Stanger was a member of the Socialist Party, a controlling political party that asserts the government must own and distribute all wealth. Margaret Sanger appointed Lothrop Stoddard as a board member of the Birth Control League, the forerunner of Planned Parenthood. Stoddard was an avid supporter of eugenics, forced sterilization, and Germany’s Adolph Hitler. Stoddard claimed in 1940 that the “Jew problem” is “already settled in principle and soon to be settled in fact by the physical elimination of the Jews themselves from the Third Reich.” Margaret Sanger appointed Lothrop Stoddard as a board member of the Birth Control League, the forerunner of Planned Parenthood. Stoddard was an avid supporter of eugenics, forced sterilization, and Germany’s Adolph Hitler.

When Sanger was on the verge of being convicted on charges of distributing pornographic materials, she fled the United States. Sanger was a woman of sinful fornication who did not have any desire to be chaste in behavior and stands. She wished for the freedom to carry on with her numerous lovers (the short list includes sexologist Havelock Ellis, writers H. G. Wells and Hugh de Salincourt, anarchist Lorenzo Portet, and architect Angus Snead McDonald), mere sexual self-absorption cannot adequately explain her tireless fixation on birth control.

She ran with the “eugenics movement:” Ellis, Sanger’s mentor, was actively involved in establishing and supporting the Eugenics Education Society of England, and Sanger approvingly quoted eugenist, and later Nazi supporter, Harry H. Laughlin in her anthology The Case for Birth Control as saying, “Society must look upon germ-plasm as belonging to society, and not solely to the individual who carries it.” During World War II (1939–45), when European forces and the United States clashed with Germany, Italy, and Japan, her popularity continued to grow, despite her opposition to American participation in the war. (Sanger strongly believed that wars were the result of excess national population growth.) Consider another eugenic claim: Since the inferior is always numerically superior to the best, the worst would multiply itself so much faster . . . Given the same opportunity to survive and procreate… That the best would necessarily be pushed to the background. Therefore a correction in favor of the better must be undertaken.

Ernst Rudin was director of the foremost German eugenics research institute (Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genealogy, in Munich, Germany). “On June 2, 1933, [German] Reich Interior Minister Wilhelm Frick announced the formation of an Expert Committee on Questions of Population and Racial Policy …. To plan the course of Nazi racial policy. The committee brought together the elite of Nazi racial theory: Alfred Ploetz, ….. Ernst Rudin, director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genealogy in Munich;….” (4) On July 14, 1933 this committee’s recommendations were made law, the sterilization law (“Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring”); the start date for exercising the law was 1 Jan 1934.

Academic William H. Tucker (The Science and Politics of Racial Research, 1994, University of Illinois Press) tells us about Ernst Rudin (p. 121): In an address to the German Society for Rassenhygiene [Race-hygiene] Ernst Rudin, a professor of psychiatry who was one of the organization’s original members and now its head, recalled the early, fruitless days when the racial hygienists had labored in vain to alert the public to special value of the Nordic race as “culture creators” and the danger of “unnatural” attempts to preserve the health of heredity defectives. Now Rassenhygiene [Race-hygiene] was finally receiving the attention it deserved, and Rudin virtually slavered over the man whose efforts produced this change: “The significance of Rassenhygiene did not become evident to all aware Germans until the political activity of Adolf Hitler and only through his work has our 30 year long dream of translating Rassen- hygiene into action finally become a reality.”

Terming it a “duty of honor” (Ehrenpflicht) for the society to aid in implementing Hitler’s program, Rudin proclaimed, “We can hardly express our efforts more plainly or appropriately than in the words of the Fuhrer: ‘Whoever is not physically or mentally fit must not pass on his defects to his children. The state must take care that only the fit produce children. Conversely, it must be regarded as reprehensible to withhold healthy children from the state.’ (E. Rudin, “Aufgaben and Ziele der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Rassenhygiene,” Archiv Fur Rassen- und Gesellschafts- biologie 28 (1934): 228-29) Margaret Sanger corresponded with Ernst Rudin and never once renounced his eugenic views.

When the Nazis came to power, argued Stoddard, they started to increase “both the size and the quality of the population.” They coupled initiatives designed to encourage “sound” citizens to reproduce with a “drastic curb of the defective elements.” Stoddard personally witnessed how the Nazis were “weeding out the worst strains in the Germanic stock in a scientific and truly humanitarian way.” Women undergoing an induced abortion suffer sterility as a side-effect, The U.S. has had over one million sterilizations (from induced abortion alone), easily topping the Nazi ‘record’.

(Bible: 1 John 5:9-13)

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