The Truth About Birth Control
- a racist,
- who wanted to kill off the poor,
- “sick human weeds, who clog the path”.
The founder of Planned Parenthood believed in creating a “master race” by eliminating undesirable inherited traits. She wanted to do this by sterilization and other “eugenic” birth control methods.
Let me continue the quote from above, in Sanger’s own words, about the poor she so detested:
“Sick human weeds clog up the path, drain out the energies, and the resources of this little earth. We must clear the way for a better world. We must cultivate our garden.”
Her words and methods are remniscent of Nazi words and methods; indeed, the Nazi responsible for Hitler’s own eugenic plan wrote an article for her birth control magazine.
The Truth is that the forces behind birth control sometimes have ugly, evil, ulterior motives.
Meanwhile, Margaret Sanger is being honored by the Smithsonian Institutes as one of the Women of the 20th Century. That’s right: our tax dollars honor a racist promoter of abortion. Unfortunately, I just found out about the exhibit, and it will close on Feb. 1. However, there is still time to lodge a complaint. Please e-mail the Smithsonian to tell them that they should never honor racist promoters of abortion.
You can e-mail the Exhibition Department at NPGExhibitions@si.edu. I just did. I am going to post a copy of my e-mail in the comments box of this post.
The video below is from the American Life League. It is about 7 minutes long, but it is very illuminating in its portrait of the founder of the largest abortion provider in the United States (the world?).
Read more of the Birth Control Series.