Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood’s Racist Founder

21 01 2009

Of all the minutes you will ever spend watching videos on youtube the seven you will spend on this one are among the most valuable.  Too bad the new U.S president has not seen it nor likely ever will as he throws open the floodgates of abortion.

I will end with the following quote by a man who is being quoted a lot lately and a reminder to at least pray for the end of such evils as abortion.

He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.
Martin Luther King, Jr.



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23 01 2009
Gobbler

The new US president I’m sure is aware of this. Doesn’t take much digging to find it. However, some people are willing to overlook certain things when promoting their cause. It baffles me though.

23 01 2009
Hind

I suppose he doesn’t. Perhaps the interest he serves is more important for him than ethnical bound. Re-think his today’s statement and his background.
Answer is easier than it is supposed.

23 01 2009
Gobbler

Hind,

I’m not sure I understand what you just said. Making sure women can terminate a pregnancy is more important than eugenic attempts? Not sure I agree with you there.

25 01 2009
Adam S.

The wonderful thing about the internet is that all Margaret Sanger’s depraved writings and philosophy can be widely seen. In fact a Catholic author has written a book called, “Ten Books That Screwed Up the World, and Five Others That Didn’t Help” wherein he discusses Sanger’s “Pivot of Civilization” (#12 out of 15) and how it relates to efforts to popularize eugenics and abortion.
It’s really fun to watch liberals squirm over abortion. Having them talk about abortion is like having them talk about race: they get all woozy and weak-kneed. What is needed right now is someone to really force the issue. I believe that if enough pressure was applied and the presentation was blunt, no Jesuits allowed, the tide would begin to turn. The last thing anyone can afford at this hour is conservative paternalism, e.g. Antonin Scalia, “It thus appears the mansion of constitutionalized abortion law, constructed overnight in Roe v. Wade, must be disassembled doorjamb by doorjamb” There are already growing numbers of libertarians who oppose abortion; we just need a spark to light all these oily rags.
And for a pot shot, here’s Nietzsche on Liberalism: “Liberalism is a peculiar form of sympathy among rich people”

25 01 2009
Gobbler

Haha, nice pot shot.

25 01 2009
Gobbler

forgot the🙂

25 01 2009
Adam S.

I forgot to add one or two more good shots at Liberalism: “Liberalism is the transformation of mankind into cattle.” — Nietzsche
The other one comes from Frank Chodorov, who was a mentor and huge influence on both William F. Buckley, Jr. and Murray Rothbard, the famous libertarian economist and thinker. However, as much as Libertarianism and Conservatism claim influence on him, he dismissed both of the movements as cynical. We need to keep this in mind when dealing with Liberals and abortion, that their aim is to draw it out as long as possible to avoid satisfying their base. Here’s the quote:
“Henry George was a social philosopher. If that philosophy could be summed up in one word, that word would be Freedom.

Other thinkers have developed the theme of individual liberty. To some this goal seemed attainable only o through the complete destruction of organized government; to others the achievement of this ideal was possible only through the re-conditioning of human minds by a laborious, tyrannical and indefinite period of paternalism. Between these two extremes of anarchism and communism there developed innumerable systems of thought or of political action, each labelled with a sonorous name, blending so imperceptibly into one another that dividing lines became very tenuous. Liberalism, syndico-anarchism, left and right wing socialism, anarcho-communism, social democracy, libertarianism — and so on ad infinitum — and with as many shades of interpretation of “principles” as there are individuals who adhere to these names.
The confusion of these reform movements, all aiming toward the one goal of individual happiness, results from their starting with organized society as the instrument for freeing the “citizen” from the shackles of organized society.”
Read this again and again and you’ll have the best take down of these sham movements.

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