Margaret Sanger, Barack Obama & Planned Parenthood
The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.
Founder Planned Parenthood
Barack Obama voted against his state’s Born Alive Infant Protection Act. His vote would allow babies born alive — from a botched abortion — to die by withholding treatment.
Obama’s concern was that his vote might lead to overturning Roe v Wade which made abortion legal through all nine months – and beyond.
His philosophy is not new.
Supports Planned Parenthood
This thinking was born, so to say, at the turn of the last century and made “popular” by Margaret Sanger, founder of modern Planned Parenthood.
In 2003, Edwin Black wrote a national bestseller War against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign To Create A Master Race.
War on the WeakAuthor Edwin Black does not oppose abortion. But he is nevertheless horrified by the disgust that elite Americans feel for the weak, “the least among us.”
Elitists like Obama.
Edwin Black writes,
Sanger’s solutions were mass sterilization and mass segregation of the defective classes, and these themes were repeated often in [her book] Pivot of Civilization.
“The emergency problem of segregation and sterilization must be faced immediately. Every feeble-minded girl or woman of the hereditary type, especially of the moron class, should be segregated during the reproductive period.
Otherwise, she is almost certain to bear imbecile children, who in turn are just as certain to breed male defectives. The male defectives are no less dangerous.
Segregation carried out for one or two generations would give us only partial control of the problem.
Moreover, when we realized that each feeble-minded person is a potential source of endless progeny of defect, we prefer the policy of immediate sterilization, of making sure that parenthood is absolutely prohibited to the feeble-minded.”
Edwin Black then guides us to Margaret Sanger’s solution,
Sanger was willing to employ striking language to argue against the inherent misery and defect of large families. In her book, Woman and the New Race, she bluntly declared,
“Many, perhaps, will think it idle to go farther in demonstrating the immorality of large families, but since there is still an abundance of proof at hand, it may be offered for the sake of those who find difficulty in adjusting old-fashioned ideas to the facts.
The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”
It would appear that elitists like Obama, in keeping with Margaret Sanger’s world view, might have prefered that the Palins abort Trigg, Sarah’s Down syndrome newborn.
To avoid the “pain and despair” these children have and cause, so says Obama.
Because an unexpected child is a “punishment.”
What kind of political party would even consider a man with this world view to govern?
Edwin Black tells us more and connects the events in War Against The Weak,
During the period between the wars, the American [eugenics] movement viewed National Socialism [in Germany] as a rising force that could, if empowered, impose a new biological world order. [National Socialism] eugenicists promised to dispense with the niceties of democratic rule.
So even if America’s tower of legislation, well-funded research and entrenched bureaucratic programs still monopolized the world of applied eugenics in the 1920’s, National Socialism promised to own the next decade.
American eugenicists welcomed the idea.
Obama the Democrat: The Party of Death.
Thank you (foot)notes,
See Planned Parenthood’s condom installation guide…on the Teenwire site — for teens.
The pornographic TakeCareDownThere website by Planned Parenthood has been taken down largely through the work of the American Life League.