Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood in 1952: Abortion “kills the life of a baby”
Posted on 03/11/2010 7:41:27 AM PST by ZGuy
The scientific fact that an abortion ends the life of a living human being isnt so convenient these days for Planned Parenthood after all they are now the largest abortion chain in the country. Back in 1952 before Planned Parenthood was an abortion operation, they sure had a more accurate understanding of science before their twisted abortion ideology of today took over. Just look at their pamphlet below that states that abortion kills the life of a baby after it has begun.
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All I can say is “WOW”
At least they knew what they were when they started...
Planned Parenthood in 1952: Abortion kills the life of a baby
Planned Parenthood in 2010: Abortion is a right
That was then, this is now...
Sanger never meant abortion for “good” white babies. It was only for blacks, Jews and other Semitic and “swarthy” races. She even had the “enlightened” W.E.B. DuBois to write in her “Birth Control Review” about the necessity of enforced sterilization for “ignorant Southern Negroes”. So it is an irony, for sure, to see these black faces on TV defending Planned Parenthood.
It comes as no surprise that most PP clinics are found in depressed urban areas, right next to the liquor stores.
My understanding was that Margaret Sanger wanted *birth control* (including sterilization) for blacks and other “undesirables” but that she was actually anti-abortion.
Pro-life activists and religious leaders plan a rally near a six-story building that formerly housed a bank. The cash-register-shaped building is being renovated into an abortion facility by Planned Parenthood. (Photo courtesy of The Call to Conscience.)
(CNSNews.com) A coalition of pro-life advocates and religious leaders plan to gather in Houston on Jan. 18 to oppose what is expected to be the largest abortion clinic in the country.
Planned Parenthood is renovating a former bank, turning it into a 78,000 square foot facility that will include a surgical wing equipped to provide late-term abortions.
Its an abortion super center, Lou Engle, founder of the pro-life group The Call to Conscience, which is organizing the rally, told CNSNews.com.
Joining Engle at the prayer march will be Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, and Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference. Religious leaders expected to attend include Bishop Harry Jackson, senior pastor of Hope Christian Church; Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention; Star Parker, president of the Coalition for Urban Renewal and Education; and Abby Johnson, the former director of a Planned Parenthood clinic.
Engle compared the fight for the rights of the unborn to another critical movement in America. As Martin Luther King, Jr. said, It is time to subpoena the conscience of America, he said.
Engle said he believes the clinic was strategically located in a part of Houston that is surrounded by black and Hispanic neighborhoods.
We want to say that its not right to have an abortion super center that targets the minority community, Engle said. He says Planned Parenthood actively markets its services, including abortion, to low-income, minority women.
Last month, Houston elected the first lesbian, Annise Parker, to hold the mayoral office in a major U.S. city. Until her inauguration this week, the director of Health and Environmental Policy for the mayors office was Elena Marks, chairwoman of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Attempts to reach Marks for comment on the clinic and the planned rally were unsuccessful.
It’s true that Sanger was more enforced sterilization than abortion. She disapproved of abortion for the better, Aryan, races but did not oppose it for other, in her view, lesser races. It is no surprise that she was such a hero to Hitler.
BTTT! Great find!
What a great find. Thanks for posting it.
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