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Wednesday, April 29, 2009
I like the creative new methods that Christians are using to show the world what Planned Parenthood is really like behind all the politics, lobby groups, and sound bites. Last year, a person called them and asked to donate money so that the number of black people would be lowered by abortion. The PP rep didn't indicate any problem with that idea. Now, recently, a UCLA student is video taping undercover visits to PP centers. Below is one such video showing just how truly concerned PP is for women.


Chris A said...

I'm sure this is shocking to some folks, but I can honestly say I am not shocked one bit. Planned Parenthood was founded as a negative eugenics operation and it is still engaged in negative eugenics. It's founder, Margaret Sanger, was both a eugenicist and a racist. The two often go hand in hand. It is no coincidence that there is a disproportionate number of Planned Parenthood clinics in black communities.

Modern-day abortionists deny this, but many believe Sanger to have been a part of the Negro Project. This was basically a propaganda campaign to encourage the depopulation of blacks that enlisted the help of prominent black clergy and even the founder of the NAACP, who himself was a eugenicist. W.E.B. Dubois believed that a lower population of black people would result in better treatment of the blacks that remained. As is the case today, the Negro Project - not unlike many other such operations of its kind today (Planned Parenthood included) is largely aided by foundation money.

Although those hostile to simple documented facts will no doubt call this a conspiracy theory, Bill Gates, by way of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has been an ardent supporter of infanticide. In fact, his dad used to be the head of Planned Parenthood. The Bill and Melinda Gates foundation gave a grant of $8 million dollars to Family Care International in 2000, an organization devoted to killing babies in the third world. And then you see him and his wife on TV saving thousands of lives through their acts of charity.

Chris A said...

"The Population Research Institute (PRI) is turning up the heat on the Obama administration for handing $50 million to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)...

PRI says that the UNFPA counties also facilitate the eugenic goals of the Chinese government. Mosher recounted his meeting with a mute woman in Luan county whom the investigative team learned had been forcibly sterilized.

'She was very intelligent, and very friendly, and among the most vivacious people I met while I was in China - she communicated by hand gestures,' he said. 'Then we came to the subject of children, and she had been sterilized, because she was mute. And what people don't realize about China's one-child policy is that it's also a eugenic policy.'"

Chris A said...

U.S. Dept. of State Announces $50 Million Contribution to UNFPA

The previous post was a follow-up on this original story.

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