Cognitive dissonance: Planned Parenthood calls on America to protect children from violence

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Yes, really.

Since the first Ferguson riots in Missouri in the summer of 2014, Planned Parenthood has consistently embraced the politically-charged “Black Lives Matter” jargon while simultaneously turning a blind eye to the thousands of lives – including black lives – that are snuffed out in Planned Parenthood abortion mills across the country every day.  The cognitive dissonance is stark, and grows increasingly shocking, as evidenced by a number of Planned Parenthood tweets late last year following the death of 24-year-old Jamar Clark.  Clark was shot by police after reportedly reaching for an officer’s gun during a struggle.

Always quick to weigh in on gun violence, Planned Parenthood released a statement saying that the organization “condemns the recent horrific incidents of violence against people of color and those who stand with them.”  This is ironic for manifold reasons.  In fact, Planned Parenthood’s representatives are logically incapable of condemning such violence without silently condemning everything for which they stand.

First, Planned Parenthood was founded by Margaret Sanger, a white, anti-Life activist who promoted negative eugenics (preventing the proliferation of populations believed to be “inferior” through elimination, birth control, sterilization, and state regulation of fertility, among other methods).   She proposed extreme measures in an attempt to ensure that only certain people be allowed to live in her ideal world.  This world excluded a host of individuals and groups she and her powerful ilk deemed “unfit,” including – among others – the weak, the mentally or physically impaired, and the poor. 

Some of Sanger’s actions suggest that she may have considered the white population to be superior to blacks.  For example, Sanger colluded with black leaders to promote birth control and sterilization among black populations disproportionately.  Sanger’s radical eugenic views led to a lifetime of attempting to eliminate so-called undesirable human beings from civilization.  “…those of us who believe that the benefits of Planned Parenthood as a vital key to the elimination of human waste,” said Dr. Dorothy Ferebee at an annual Planned Parenthood meeting in 1942, “must reach the entire population, also believe that a double effort must be made to extend this program as a public health measure to Negroes whose need is proportionately greater.”

Lest we write off the questionable race relations Planned Parenthood exhibited during Margaret Sanger’s lifetime as merely a product of yesteryear, consider Planned Parenthood’s modern-day willingness to accept donations earmarked for the racially-motivated destruction of black babies.  Clearly, Planned Parenthood’s attitude toward the black population has not changed one iota since the early 1900s.  In fact, while Margaret Sanger carefully teetered the line of racism, there is no question that Planned Parenthood’s modern-day modus operandi is overtly racist.

Most telling is the organization’s modern search-and-destroy mission targeting black babies for abortion in order to profit off of black women in crisis.  In New York City, for example, where Planned Parenthood is headquartered, more black babies are aborted than born.  And the trend extends nationwide.  Despite bemoaning a lack of abortion mills in rural areas, Planned Parenthood continues to erect mega abortion centers in urban areas and black neighborhoods.

Yet, while profiting off of the dismemberment of black babies every day, Planned Parenthood continues living behind a façade of concern for black victims of gun violence.  

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