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Birth Control Madness

Margaret Sanger's American Birth Control League, which later became Planned Parenthood, published a magazine called Birth Control Review. Here are some quotes from their magazine. The ideas expressed by this group, along with the statements of Margaret Sanger cited above, promote a scheme that seeks to make race or class the determining factor in the use of birth control and abortion. Was Planned Parenthood's founder a racist who taught that some races or classes are superior, while other races or classes are inherently inferior, or was she just an elitist femi-nazi? The quotes here and above reveal the answer.

"Not only is it our task to prevent the multiplication of bad stocks; it is also to preserve the well-endowed stocks."

"… in the interest of social progress or the permanence even of civilization, the intellectual classes should have more children."

"Our most pressing problem is to increase the birth rate from the superior and decrease that from the inferior."

"The Aryan stock today is the most given to birth control and it must see that it does not suffer internationally by the relative ignorance of inferior stocks."

"… it would also lead to racial improvement to sterilize even those feeble-minded who do not necessarily fall in the hereditary group."

"Womanhood shakes off its bondage. It asserts its right to be free. In its freedom, its thoughts turn to the race. Like begets like. We gather perfect fruit from perfect trees. The race is but the amplification of its mother body - the multiplication of flesh habitations - beautified and perfected for souls akin to the mother soul."

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