Margaret Sanger was a noted eugenicist, TRUE racist, and the model for what serves as the Feminist Movement today. The organization she founded, known as Planned Parenthood performs on average about 300,000 abortions annually. Planned Parenthood receives over $500 million dollars in government subsidies. These subsidies are paid for by U.S. taxpayer dollars.
Margaret Sanger has been noted historically as desiring population control. She is known for calling Blacks and Latinos ‘human weeds,’ ‘reckless breeders,’ and said they were “spawning… human beings who never should have been born.” She says, “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”
“We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…”
She has also said things about a great many other topics, such as population control. Sanger believed that, for the purpose of racial ‘purification,’ couples should be rewarded who chose sterilization. One of her most controversial quotes is “The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” This statement alone shows her absolute disdain for human life.
In line with her racist perspectives regarding birth control, population control, Malthusian eugenics, and the like, she created what is now Planned Parenthood. She and her followers then used this rather demonic organization to sterilize the poverty stricken and people of color. They did this by placing their centers in strictly urban areas where there is a higher concentration of non-white races. It was calculated, it was strategic, and it was hiding behind the label of female empowerment.
What was once thought of as completely and totally out there in terms of ideological perspectives was suddenly adopted in droves by the 1960s. In his book “Black Redneck and White Liberals,” Thomas Sowell states that from 1890-1940, black families were predominantly nuclear families, having both mother and father. According to annual Census numbers, more blacks would be married with children than their white counterparts.
Come the 1960s however, that statistic would change. It got to where more blacks would not be married. It’s interesting to note this was the time 36th President Lyndon B. Johnson (A Democrat) proposed ‘The Great Society’ plan. Basically, all of the governmental supplementation programs we know today such as welfare, food stamps, and other government dependant systems were started by this former President.
Because of the incentivizing of single mothers, so many Blacks have regretfully handed themselves over to the party of racists. It was more beneficial for blacks and non-whites to grab hold of the incentives and procure government assistance. Part of that plan was the services of Planned Parenthood. This enabled their mission, the “… extermination of the Negro population…” Now in almost every urban center with a higher concentration of non-whites, you will see a Planned Parenthood location.
Andrew Cuomo: Sanger’s Homeboy
It was Governor Andrew Cuomo who signed a bill into New York’s lawbooks legalizing abortions between 24-40 weeks. It is supposedly used only in the event a woman’s health is deemed ‘questionable’ or a ‘concern’ by a ‘medical professional’. This is known as New York’s “Reproductive Health Act”. Again lawmakers claim it is safe and rare.
You can read the full legislation here. It was signed into legislation on the 46th anniversary of the Roe V. Wade decision. After the bill was signed into law, One World Tower was lit up pink. The lawyer who helped defend the passing of Roe V. Wade was standing next to the governor as he signed the legislation for New York. Pictures are emerging among many pro-life activists that show apparent glee of Andrew Cuomo as he signed the bill.
Other pro-life activists are petitioning to overturn the bill. Some have even called for Cuomo to step down as governor. It would seem that Margaret Sanger would find Andrew Cuomo a clear ally in the realm of her Malthusian eugenics agenda. It appears that Andrew Cuomo is ignorantly following tooth and nail.
Back to the States
Part of what prompted Cuomo to sign the bill was his fear that SCOTUS is leaning more and more Conservative with Gorsuch and Kavanaugh. Leftists are fearing the overturning of the monumental Roe V. Wade decision. It was an unwarranted fear of overturning the decision for abortion to be a federal decision rather that one for the states to decide. Cuomo is also calling on Montana and Texas to follow suit.
Youtube social commentator Matt Christiansen provides a pretty objective look into the law. His view is based on the history of how the Left has come to not look at abortion as a mournful last resort, but a celebratory glee fest that should be available like a fast food burger. Listen to his take on Cuomo and the legislation here.
As we have gone into February, a few more states along the coasts have added their take on the abortion legislation following Cuomo’s move. In Virginia, Kathy Tran, a mother of four, wrote a bill that affords anyone the right to perform an abortion up til the moment of birth. She pushes for infanticide as clarified by the infamous radio interview with VA Governor Northam. Rhode Island pushed for 6 or 7 legislative moves to legalize abortion into the 40 week mark.
Meanwhile, Weeping Commences
As the Left continues to celebrate with unapologetic glee at being given the green light to emotionally react to a pregnancy and simply kill it off, mothers that do not subscribe to the Leftist philosophy are quietly weeping at the thought. Especially when a simple Google search reveals the different abortion methods to end the life of unborn babies. As the legislation passed, Conservative women are all expressing outrage at Andrew Cuomo’s actions.
All over, mothers on Instagram and YouTube are in tears, weeping for the lives of the unborn who are needlessly dying. Many are championing adoption over abortion, but with little effect. Evangelical Christians on social media are quietly outraged. Even pro-life men are expressing an unbridled rage regarding this legislation.
One can only hope their cries will be heard federally. Perhaps the protection of unborn humans will find a voice there. It is hoped those who do not have a voice will be granted one and saved. This is a hope shared by every pro-lifer in our day.
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