“We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population,” Margaret Sanger

Pro-Life Leaders Say Planned Parenthood Openly ‘Targets’ Black Community

Following allegations that Planned Parenthood is selling aborted fetal body parts for profit, black pro-life leaders are calling to defund the organization and address what they call “targeting” of their community.

“It’s an open secret that they are targeting the black community, that they have located their facilities within a two-mile walking radius of a black or Latino neighborhood…and they are coming after black women,” Catherine Davis of the National Black Pro-Life Coalition told The Daily Signal while gathering with other pro-life leaders in Alexandria, Va.


The headline quote came from… 13 Things You Probably Don’t Know about Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger

  • Jason

    “Birth control itself, often denounced as a violation of natural law, is nothing more or less than the facilitation of the process of weeding out the unfit, of preventing the birth of defectives or of those who will become defectives….”

    Well, I’m not sure that Planned Parenthood would describe it in quite that manner, at least not officially. I suppose homicide/genocide itself could be viewed in a similar fashion, if one was so inclined … actually, it already has been.

    • She was more Nazi than the Nazis!

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Funny that you mention that!

      • k1992

        They were inspired, partly at least, by Nietzche’s work, the idea of “Superman” coming to the aid of humanity, restoring its strength. I wonder where the roots of her ideas originated.

        • WalterBannon

          you can call them liberals, or nazis, same thing today.

    • jayme

      People are weeds? Get the pesticide!

  • Alex

    ‘People whom SANGER considered unfit, she wrote, should be sent to “farm lands and homesteads”’ (emphasis added).

    And that’s always a problem, isn’t it? Once we move away from the (Judaeo-Christian) idea that all people have intrinsic, objective value, and an intrinsic right to life, then we have to decide how to attach value stickers to each person (or potential persons, in the case of the unborn). And who will decide what is beneficial for society, what the value of a particular trait (skin color, IQ, etc) is? Ultimately, who decides which person deserves to live and which person should die, in the greater interest of society? There are plenty of Margaret Sangers quite willing to make this decision for us, if we let them.

    • In Canada they vote Liberal and NDP

      • Exile1981

        Every person I have ever met who truly believed that they knew better than everyone else how to run their lives was a die hard NDP supporter.

  • Clink9

    Margaret was the first Obama voter.

  • moraywatson

    Margaret Sanger. Planned Parenthood. Plant a potato, get a potato.

  • David Murrell

    There are five “Planned Parenthood” charities in Canada, based in five different cities. I take it Planned Parenthood – Toronto speaks for the nation. Its 2013/14 finances are interesting:

    The charity took in a total of $3.2-million, but of that only about $21-thousand was from voluntary donations. The charity took in $281-thousand from other charities, $80-thousand from the feds, $117.7-thousand from municipalities (presumably Toronto). But the lucky agency received $2.54-million from “provinces”, presumably Ontario. It spent $3.2-million, and of that about $2.3-million went to internal salaries. So it is nice to see our tax dollars spent lining the pockets of these worthies.

    • Wow, what a scam!

      • David Murrell

        Here’s something neat. I did a Yahoo check for Planned Parenthood Toronto’s web cite, and couldn’t find anything listed. So I went back to the CRA listings, and all I could find was this sh**ty, amateurish page:

        So here this group (it’s a community health clinic, in reality, giving out “sexual health” information) pulling in $2.3-million from Wynne’s corrupt Liberal government, and they can’t even set up a web page. Geesh.

        • TrueNorth777

          Apparently, Planned Parenthood Federation of Canada (PPFC) changed its name to Canadian Federation for Sexual Health (CFSH). It then merged with Canadians for Choice (CFC) and Action Canada for Population and Development (ACPD) in 2014 to form “Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights”. http://www.sexualhealthandrights.ca/about-us/#about_us
          I figured this out when viewing the bios for ACSHR (Jolanta Scott-Parker). There she cites past employment with PPFC.

          • David Murrell

            TN, thanks for this. I will check into the new organizations.

  • kurt9

    The eugenics movement was as strong in North America as it was in Europe during the first half of the 20th century. One must consider the historical context of this movement in order to properly understand why it existed. It is my belief that the closing of the American frontier (around 1890-1900) had a very traumatic effect on the collective American psyche, and that the eugenics movement was considered somewhat of a salve for that trauma. Specifically, the openness of an open frontier was seen as having ended and the outlet for misfits, not to mention the perceived end of the positive-sum offered by such an open frontier forced people to think in terms of the limits of a zero-sum game. The popularity of eugenics was considered a rational response to these changed conditions. Since all things were seen to have become limited and finite, the need to preserve as much of those resources and what not for those deemed to be “most fit” was considered paramount for the long-term well-being of society.

    Much of this is discussed in Robert Zubrin’s book “Merchants of Despair” .

  • vimy

    I wonder if people in the market for fetal material request or have racial preferences hmmmm