(Natural News) The current president of Planned Parenthood recently wrote an op-ed published by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) that claims Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood’s founder, wasn’t a eugenicist, and didn’t hate black people and want them all murdered.
In a complete rewrite of history, Alexis McGill Johnson insists that Sanger is somehow being misrepresented by pro-life groups as someone who pushed abortion on blacks, despite having openly used words like “human weeds” to describe people with dark skin tones.
According to Johnson, Sanger’s “The Negro Project” wasn’t an effort to eradicate black people, but was actually altruistic because it involved black doctors and nurses teaching other black people that eugenics is not that bad. Johnson also denies the Sanger supported the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) while hating Jewish people, which is also historical revisionism.
It is an undeniable fact that Sanger openly promoted reducing the birth rates of poorer black people especially, whom she considered to be a scourge on society. Sanger also promoted birth control as a means for “practically” achieving “the final aims of Eugenics,” as explained in her article, The Eugenic Value of Birth Control Propaganda.
Even a cursory look into the history of Margaret Sanger and her evil anti-black agenda reveals that she was a tried and true racist who believed that abortion would solve this “problem.” But Johnson wants people today to deny this truth, and instead delude themselves into believing that Margaret Sanger was a saint who simply supported “women’s rights.”
“Possibly drastic and Spartan methods may be forced upon society if it continues complacently to encourage the chance and chaotic breeding that has resulted from our stupidly cruel sentimentalism,” are the exact words that Sanger once used to describe what she believed needed to happen if the “human weeds” continued to breed against her wishes.
For more news about Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, and the eugenics effort to eliminate all black people under the guise of “reproductive justice,” be sure to check out Abortions.news.
In NYC where Planned Parenthood was founded, more black people are murdered through abortion than are born through pregnancy
Though Sanger’s “The Negro Project” ultimately failed, Planned Parenthood and it’s anti-black agenda has succeeded in many ways, including in New York City, where Planned Parenthood was founded.
As it turns out – and Sanger is probably leaping for joy from beyond the grave because of this – more black people are murdered today via abortion in New York City than are born through natural pregnancy, which means Sanger’s dreams of black eradication are coming true, at least in the Big Apple.
The Radiance Foundation recently put out a series of public advertisements drawing attention to this, noting further that Planned Parenthood kills more black babies in general than white and other non-black babies, further proving that Planned Parenthood is a racist, anti-black eugenics organization disguised behind “reproductive rights” rhetoric.
“Johnson’s denial of basic historical facts is a pathetic and desperate attempt to rewrite history and project Planned Parenthood’s own inherent racism,” wrote The Radiance Foundation’s Ryan Bomberger in a recent piece for LifeSiteNews.
“An industry that was inarguably birthed in eugenic racism and elitism somehow wants people to believe that the leading killer of black lives isn’t practicing systemic racism but ‘reproductive justice.”
None of this contradicts with the agenda of the Democratic Party, it’s important to point out, seeing as how the Democrats created the KKK, as well as fought against the Civil Rights Act that afforded black people the same equal rights as white people.
“Planned Parenthood exemplifies the narrative in The Emperor’s New Clothes,” Bomberger went on to reveal in his article.
“We can see right through your propaganda, though. When you falsely tweet that black women are ‘safer to have an abortion than to carry a pregnancy to full term,’ you do the dirty job of white supremacists, while you wrap it up in a deceptive pink bow.”
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