Jews, Blacks, Planned Parenthood and Euthanasia
Black women queuing up and climbing into the stirrups mounted on Planned Parenthood’s abortion tables, much like Jewish women lining up and meekly shuffling along to Hitler’s concentration camp’s gas ovens in the early 1940s, holding their children by the hand, disrobing with no sense of modesty, modesty long since starved and beaten out of them, the final result for both groups of women being the same, or at least nearly so — the euthanasia of both races — the difference being that the Jewish women had no choice, America’s black women sacrifice their innocent children voluntarily.
Abortion in America is a multibillion-dollar industry, primarily serviced by Planned Parenthood, primarily clinics located in and around black communities, where doctors gross up to $60,000 a week, where if abortions continue to be performed in the future at the same rate they have been in the past that America’s black population may someday cease to exist.
Planned Parenthood was founded in 1916 by Margaret Sanger, who viewed Negroes as being racially tainted and inferior to white people. In her 1932 “Plan for Peace,” she wrote that she was in favor of, “A stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population [Negroes] whose progeny is already tainted,”
Because Planned Parenthood started off targeting pregnant black women,
most of its abortion clinics were and still are located near large
black population centers, resulting in African American communities
still being targeted, and where black babies are aborted by the tens
In 2004 the United States was home to approximately 40 million African-Americans, if you add to this number the approximately 15 million black babies who were killed through abortion in the previous thirty years, the 2004 total number would have been around 55 million. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, in 2004 over 450,000 African American babies were aborted, this compares to the 165,000 African-Americans who died from all other causes combined, including cancer, heart disease and HIV/AIDS.
It used to be that black Americans were the second largest ethnic group in America, but because 1,400 black babies are aborted every day, Black Americans as a percentage of ethnic groups will soon drop to third place. In 2004 alone there were 161 abortions per 1,000 white women; and 472 abortions per 1,000 black women, furthermore it is estimated that women who have had an abortion, experience a suicide rate six times higher than women who carry their babies to term, and they are sixty percent more likely to miscarry later in life. Hitler’s extermination of 6 million Jews pales in comparison.
Bizarrely, while we Americans are killing our unborn babies and shrinking the available labor pool, those wanting to be parents are traveling overseas to pay tens of thousands of dollars to adopt foreign born babies, white and black, thus increasing the size of our labor pool, at the same time encouraging illegal workers to illegally cross our southern border, again increasing the size of the nation’s labor pool. Does this make sense? I think not.
Surely it must occur to some of these black women who so willingly mount Planned Parenthood’s abortion tables that what they leave behind of themselves on those tables is significant. In one of those innocuous-seeming plastic garbage bags casually thrown into the trash dumpsters conveniently located just outside the back door of the clinics, might be the remains of a future Martin Luther King Jr., or an Albert Einstein, or a Pavarotti, or a Condolezza Rice, or a Robert Frost, or an Arthur Ashe, or a Toni Morrisson, or a Morgan Freeman.
The 1973 Supreme Court Roe v. Wade ruling was to the twentieth century the equivalent of what Chief Justice Roger B. Taney’s Dred Scott decision was to the nineteenth century. Taney ruled that slaves were merely property and their owners could dispose of them in anyway they wished; Roe v. Wade ruled that unborn babies were merely property and their mothers could dispose of them in any way they wished.
It seems to me that if Germany’s Jewish mothers had been given the same choice in the early 1940s, as America’s black mothers are given today, they would have chosen differently.