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 6 years ago '05        #81
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i believe unwanted bastards of every race, color, and creed should have the right to be aborted.
 05-22-2012, 08:03 PM         #82
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its open record that planned parenthood recruited black pastors and community leaders to encourage the black community to accept abortions and sterilizations
 05-22-2012, 08:24 PM         #83
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This is the dumbest sh*t ever.
 6 years ago '12        #84
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This thread makes me think people aren't getting ENOUGH abortions ....



 6 years ago '11        #85
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that picture has me so because its like he tells us this bad news while he's doin the Dante Culpepper celebration
 6 years ago '05        #86
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 NoTitleSince73 said:
so let me get this straight, planned parenthood is just a conspiracy to k!ll black children? got it.
they're not doing real well are they?
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 Dos-effect said:
Smh dude your such a d!ckhead, the article is not indicating Planned Parenthood made the women get the abortion, or the woman are not responsible for their own life, its simply stated the Planned Parenthood promoted abortion, made it more accessible, and made their services more available in some urban neighborhoods. Its not saying they were preying on blacks and caused anything to happen, they simply allowed their service of abortion to more accessible in urban neighborhoods that happen to populated with black residence. This is a fact by all the documentation stated.......why are you still denying.......your white race is not perfect.......they are a fu*ked up race......but individuality goes along way, but with stupid fu*ks like yourself.......you make it hard for people to see it..........

And I looove how you put down what Michael Steel"the former Republican National Committee Chairman" has to say on the matter and choose to side with your own opinion which is that of the Local Boxden Idiot at this moment........and you side with your bullsh*t like you know better.........how old are you 21 if that? Your a fu*king joke dude...........
jesus you're a fu*king idiot, if you're gonna call someone stupid at least learn some basic grammar, the article wasn't saying planned parenthood preys on black people, but all the people in here playing victim did say that. and @ you calling me stupid, Hilarious. go figure out the difference between your and you're before you call anyone stupid, d!ckhead. and I put down Michael Steele, cause hes a fu*king idiot also, what does him being the former RNC chair have to do with anything? Oh yeah it has NOTHING to do with it.
 6 years ago '07        #88
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and maybe you conspiracy clowns should a better job of getting better source material.
For several years now, the religious right has been trying to appropriate the moral authority of the Civil Rights Movement. It’s an audacious strategy, given that Christian conservative politics were forged in the white Southern backlash to school integration. But it’s had some successes, particularly in rousing black churches against the gay rights movement. Now, the anti-abortion movement is making a push to enlist African Americans in their cause by framing abortion as a tool of eugenics and genocide.

The campaign is already having an impact. As the New York Times reported late last month, the overwhelmingly white Georgia Right to Life has spent more than $20,000 erecting 80 billboards around Atlanta that proclaim, “Black children are an endangered species.” The group has created a Web site, Too Many Aborted, with excellent production values, designed to portray legal abortion as a plot against the black community. Meanwhile, according to the Times, the new documentary Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America, which purports to “trace connections among slavery, Nazi-style eugenics, birth control and abortion,” is finding an audience among black organizations nationwide. The Times quoted Markita Eddy, a sophomore at the historically black Morris Brown College, who had turned against abortion rights after seeing the film.

As propaganda, Maafa 21 is fairly ingenious, incorporating just enough truth to provide a surface plausibility. The word “Maafa” is a Swahili term to describe the period of black enslavement. In the film, narrator Markus Lloyd argues that the Maafa “did not end when the slaves were freed... a hidden racial agenda is keeping the Maafa alive into the 21st century.” That sounds true enough, though Lloyd isn’t talking about poverty, or educational disparities, or the legacy of Jim Crow—he’s talking about family planning and abortion rights.

What follows is a highly selective, distorted history of the reproductive rights movement. To be sure, that movement has some dark corners, and not everything in Maafa 21, which was directed by the white Texas anti-abortion activist Mark Crutcher, is untrue. Overall, though, it’s an exceedingly dishonest propaganda exercise, one that aims to convince African Americans that both family planning and evolutionary theory are part of a massive conspiracy against them.

There’s no denying that Margaret Sanger, the heroine of the American birth control movement, made alliances with eugenicists and eventually adopted some of their rhetoric; her oeuvre is full of language that sounds shocking to modern ears. Maafa 21 quotes from a letter in which she wrote of the need for a “simple, cheap, safe contraceptive to be used in poverty-stricken slums, jungles, and among the most ignorant people. I believe that now, immediately there should be national sterilization for certain dysgenic types of our population who are being encouraged to breed and would die out were the government not feeding them.”

These words are noxious, but it’s also important to put them in context. As Sanger’s biographer, the historian Ellen Chesler, has written, in the 1920s (when Sanger’s career took off), eugenics “had become a popular craze in this country—promoted in newspapers and magazines as a kind of secular religion... The great majority of American colleges and universities introduced formal courses in the subject, and sociologists who embraced it took on what one historian has called a ‘priestly role.’”

Both supporters and opponents of birth control deployed eugenic arguments, and there were unregenerate racists on both sides. Debating Sanger, one Catholic bishop argued that “the races from northern Europe,” who he called “the finest type of people” needed to have at least four children per family to avoid “extinction.” Maafa 21 includes ugly quotes from the eugenicist Charles Davenport, but doesn’t mention that he opposed birth control. Later, we see an image of Hitler and the words “Natural Allies.” Naturally, the movie doesn’t mention that, upon gaining power, Hitler, eager for more German babies, moved quickly against legal abortion and birth control clinics.

Meanwhile Sanger, for all her flaws, was no racist. Yes, she wanted to curb the reproduction of the mentally “unfit,” a noxious idea. But contrary to what Maafa 21 claims, she didn’t target African Americans—she believed that intelligence and ability varied among individuals rather than among ethnic groups. One of her ardent supporters was W.E.B. DuBois, who echoed her eugenic ideas. As Chesler wrote, DuBois “condemned what he called ‘the fallacy of numbers’ and deemed the ‘quality’ of the black race more important to its survival.” When Sanger opened a clinic in Harlem in 1930, it “was endorsed by the powerful local black newspaper, the Amsterdam News, and by established political and religious leaders in Harlem,” wrote Chesler. Sanger was even invited to address Harlem’s largest Baptist church.

Maafa 21 moves from distortion to outright deception in its treatment of Gunnar Myrdal, a Nobel Prize-winning economist who, with his wife, Alva Myrdal, championed family planning and pioneered Sweden’s social democracy. In the film, Connie Eller, who is identified only as a “St. Louis community organizer,” but who is actually the founder of Missouri Blacks For Life, discusses Myrdal’s 1944 book An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy. Myrdal, says Eller, “believed that not only could blacks not help themselves, he felt that nobody could help them, and the only solution in his eyes was to get rid of them.”

This is an outrageous distortion. Myrdal was initially commissioned to undertake a large-scale study of race in America by the Carnegie Corporation, whose leaders wanted the fresh eyes of a foreigner. He was horrified by segregation and by the conditions African Americans were forced to endure. He concluded that racism was a “problem in the heart of the American,” one that pitted the American creed of freedom and equality against American reality. An American Dilemma was an anti-racist opus; it was cited in the Brown v. the Board of Education decision; one of Myrdal’s collaborators on the project was Ralph Bunche, who later worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. in the Civil Rights Movement. Maafa 21 quotes descriptions of the mindsets of white racists in a way that implies that they’re Myrdal’s own views. It’s an ugly trick, and a mendacious one.

There are, of course, very good reasons for minorities to be suspicious of population control. Black people have indeed been subject to involuntary sterilization and reproductive coercion. Maafa 21 recapitulates anti-contraception arguments made by male Black Power leaders in the 1960s and 1970s. Indeed, African-American militants were behind some of the earliest instances of clinic violence. As Elaine Tyler May writes in her forthcoming book, America and the The Pill (Basic Books, April 27, 2010), one Cleveland family planning center was burned down after accusations of “black genocide,” while in Pittsburgh, the militant leader William “Bouie” Haden threatened to firebomb a clinic.

And yet African-American women have always favored family planning by wide margins. “Many in the Black liberation movement rejected their brother’s charge to them to bear more children,” wrote Dorothy Roberts in k!lling the Black Body: Race, Reproduction and the Meaning of Liberty. She quotes Toni Cade’s 1970 essay “The Pill: Birth Control or Liberation?”: “I’ve been made aware of the national call to Sisters to abandon birth control... to picket family-planning centers and abortion-referral groups and to raise revolutionaries,” she wrote. “What plans do you have for the care of me and my child?”

Martin Luther King Jr., it’s important to point out, was a champion of family planning. Indeed, in 1966, King won Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger award. His wife, Coretta Scott King, delivered his acceptance speech on his behalf. “There is a striking kinship between our movement and Margaret Sanger's early efforts,” said King, adding:

She, like we, saw the horrifying conditions of ghetto life. Like we, she knew that all of society is poisoned by cancerous slums. Like we, she was a direct actionist—a nonviolent resister… At the turn of the century she went into the slums and set up a birth control clinic, and for this deed she went to jail because she was violating an unjust law. Yet the years have justified her actions. She launched a movement which is obeying a higher law to preserve human life under humane conditions… Our sure beginning in the struggle for equality by nonviolent direct action may not have been so resolute without the tradition established by Margaret Sanger and people like her.

Like others trying to turn abortion into a racial wedge issue, Crutcher, the director of Maafa 21, points out that black women have a far higher abortion rate than white women. He’s right that this is a result of discrimination, though not in the way he believes. Thanks in part to the anti-abortion movement, poor women have far inferior access to s3x education and reproductive health services than middle class women do. According to the Guttmacher Institute, 69% of pregnancies among African-American women are unplanned, compared to 40% for white women. This is an injustice, because black women deserve the same control over their reproductive lives that white women enjoy.

Opponents of abortion would like to set themselves against the most callous eugenicists, but in fact the two sides have a lot in common: both see women as incapable of making their own choices, and so resort to coercion.
 05-22-2012, 10:17 PM         #89
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 NoTitleSince73 said:
and maybe you conspiracy clowns should a better job of getting better source material.
Funny how you didn't even link the source of that garbage. It's ridiculous how Whites don't believe that Eugenics and Planned Parenthood was targeted towards Blacks and other ethnic "minorities". You don't find Planned Parenthood clinics in the fu*king suburbs, only in low-income areas, which are predominately populated by whom? Need I say more?

It's insulting that you called it a conspiracy, was Slavery a conspiracy as well? I guess the Tuskegee Experiments were a conspiracy as well

Didn't even bother to read that sh*t article, just browsed through it. They claimed Sanger wasn't a racist?


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 lifeundthescope said:
Funny how you didn't even link the source of that garbage. It's ridiculous how Whites don't believe that Eugenics and Planned Parenthood was targeted towards Blacks and other ethnic "minorities". You don't find Planned Parenthood clinics in the fu*king suburbs, only in low-income areas, which are predominately populated by whom? Need I say more?

It's insulting that you called it a conspiracy, was Slavery a conspiracy as well? I guess the Tuskegee Experiments were a conspiracy as well

Didn't even bother to read that sh*t article, just browsed through it. They claimed Sanger wasn't a racist?
sanger wasn't a racist. she had some pretty backwards ideas but in the 30's that idea of eugenics was being kicked around a lot. Did you know MLK JR got a Margaret Sanger award later in life? His wife accepted it on his behalf. Was MLK a racist? He was a huge supporter of family planning, what good is it for you to be spitting out kids while in poverty? It does nothing to help get you out of poverty. And yes you do find Planned Parenthoods in the suburbs. I suggest you read through it, it will show you how truly bias and stupid that "documentary" is.

You prob wont, which is fine I see you posting all the time, everything is a racist conspiracy with you.
When Sanger opened a clinic in Harlem in 1930, it “was endorsed by the powerful local black newspaper, the Amsterdam News, and by established political and religious leaders in Harlem,” wrote Chesler. Sanger was even invited to address Harlem’s largest Baptist church.
sounds like this racist was pretty well accepted amongst the people she hated.


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 ra1n said:
^ There is not a day that goes by where he's not obsessed with race. Yes, his thinking capacity is that narrow...
I've come to realize that lol, thought he was trolling for the longest time guess hes just that stupid.
 6 years ago '04        #92
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funny how people are quick to call someone "stupid" or an "idiot" or "racist", I honestly feel if you put info out there some will understand it some will not... that simple... but to be real isnt that why the whole of racism exist because person "A" thinks that they "know,are smarter,more rational" than person "B" ?????


Anyways, the facts are there, I'm not taking sides right now because it is too early in the argument and I have not done enough research on the matter but people are missing out to dismiss each sides;' view on the matter. Minorities are not always treated right(everyday life/past history) and white people run everything......



any questions.....
 05-22-2012, 11:13 PM         #93
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 NoTitleSince73 said:
sanger wasn't a racist. she had some pretty backwards ideas but in the 30's that idea of eugenics was being kicked around a lot. Did you know MLK JR got a Margaret Sanger award later in life? His wife accepted it on his behalf. Was MLK a racist? He was a huge supporter of family planning, what good is it for you to be spitting out kids while in poverty? It does nothing to help get you out of poverty. And yes you do find Planned Parenthoods in the suburbs. I suggest you read through it, it will show you how truly bias and stupid that "documentary" is.

You prob wont, which is fine I see you posting all the time, everything is a racist conspiracy with you.

sounds like this racist was pretty well accepted amongst the people she hated.
Her backwards ideas were racist, how idiotic can you possibly be? What documentary is truly bias? I do not know what you're referring too. What racist conspiracy's have I spoken about?

I believe someone addressed how Blacks were used to push this movement. You're White there really isn't anything I would have to prove to you, we do not have the same experiences nor do we have to deal with the same issues within this country. Though I digress. Sanger was a racist, and this is pretty much known throughout the Black community (those whom are aware about the Eugenics movement/Planned Parenthood). Only people pushing this agenda that she wasn't a racist, and this is a conspiracy is Whites.

I hope you aren't around any Black children with this bullsh*t, teaching them these lies conceived by you Whites.


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"I accepted an invitation to talk to the women's branch of the Ku Klux Klan...I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses...I was escorted to the platform, was introduced, and began to speak...In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered." (Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography, P.366)

How Does Planned Parenthood Celebrate Black History Month?

The following statement appears on Planned Parenthood’s website: “In observance of Black History Month, Planned Parenthood is celebrating the leadership of African Americans who led the f!ght for reproductive freedom.”

This is all very touching — that Planned Parenthood would take time from their busy schedule of k!lling black babies in their Abortion Clinics — to proclaim their appreciation for the African-American community. The Planned Parenthood website goes on to recognize the achievements of that famous advocate of nonviolence — the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. as if Dr. King somehow posthumously approves the violent k!llings of the more than 1500 babies that will be destroyed in a black woman’s womb every day, a significant portion of which, are performed in Planned Parenthood’s abortion clinics.

The Planned Parenthood website also states that, “Planned Parenthood is committed to providing the highest level of care to people of all cultures and backgrounds.” This is indeed very generous of Planned Parenthood to lend a helping hand to one of Margaret Sanger’s favorite ethnic groups, as exemplified by Margaret Sanger’s famous “Negro Project”.
On blacks, immigrants and indigents:
"...human weeds,' 'reckless breeders,' 'spawning... human beings who never should have been born." Margaret Sanger, Pivot of Civilization, referring to immigrants and poor people
On sterilization & racial purification:
Sanger believed that, for the purpose of racial "purification," couples should be rewarded who chose sterilization. Birth Control in America, The Career of Margaret Sanger, by David Kennedy, p. 117, quoting a 1923 Sanger speech.
On the extermination of blacks:
"We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population," she said, "if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members." Woman's Body, Woman's Right: A Social History of Birth Control in America, by Linda Gordon
"We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with
social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most
successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal.
We don't want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro
population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if
it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members."

-- Margaret Sanger's December 19, 1939 letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble, 255
Adams Street, Milton, Massachusetts. Original source: Sophia Smith
Collection, Smith College, North Hampton, Massachusetts. Also described in
Linda Gordon's Woman's Body, Woman's Right: A Social History of Birth
Control in America . New York: Grossman Publishers, 1976.
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She wasn't a racist? she has said worst then me and I'm supposedly a notorious racist on this website.


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 lifeundthescope said:
Her backwards ideas were racist, how idiotic can you possibly be? What documentary is truly bias? I do not know what you're referring too. What racist conspiracy's have I spoken about?

I believe someone addressed how Blacks were used to push this movement. You're White there really isn't anything I would have to prove to you, we do not have the same experiences nor do we have to deal with the same issues within this country. Though I digress. Sanger was a racist, and this is pretty much known throughout the Black community (those whom are aware about the Eugenics movement/Planned Parenthood). Only people pushing this agenda that she wasn't a racist, and this is a conspiracy is Whites.

I hope you aren't around any Black children with this bullsh*t, teaching them these lies conceived by you Whites.
If sanger was a racist please tell me why Black Communities, Martin Luther King Jr. and black churches all accepted Sanger and MLK himself CHAMPIONED family planning and his wife accepted the Margaret Sanger award on behalf of her husband. I guess MLKs and his wife supported racism. you're so fu*king stupid its beyond recognition. Please tell me what experiences you have had, quit playing the victim all the time you whiny pus*y.


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 05-22-2012, 11:28 PM         #95
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 NoTitleSince73 said:
If sanger was a racist please tell me why Black Communities, Martin Luther King Jr. and euchres all accepted Sanger and MLK himself CHAMPIONED family planning and his wife accepted the Margaret Sanger award on behalf of her husband. I guess MLKs and his wife supported racism. you're so fu*king stupid its beyond recognition. Please tell me what experiences you have had, quit playing the victim all the time you whiny pus*y.
Refer to my edited post imbecile Playing the victim? So are you telling me Blacks aren't subjected to double standards and etc within this country? You're embarrassing yourself, just stop...

Anyhow, continuing on disproving these lies about Sanger not being a racist

Central to Sanger’s activism was her belief in eugenics, which was popular in the period between the world wars. Although she was a socialist, she was against charity for the poor - prefering to eliminate them via preventing their reproduction. Also an avowed atheist, Sanger was not squeamish about expressing her white supremacist views regarding who should and should not be allowed to reproduce. A Social Darwinist, Sanger sought to reduce and eventually eliminate those populations which she saw as “dysgenic,” among them blacks and other races she considered less evolved. Eugenics was very popular in Virgina at the time, in large part due to its popularity at the University of Virginia. Thus, Virginia became infamous for its Racial Purity Act as well as winning the Buck vs. Bell decision in the Supreme Court enabling thousands of forced sterilizations thereafter. During this period, Sanger became a popular speaker at Ku Klux Klan rallies.
Sadly, some Sanger traditions do live on in today’s Planned Parenthood clinics, almost 70% of which are located in minority and poor neighborhoods across America, and cater to a disproportionately high percentage of African American women - who in turn suffer from double the premature birth rate as other women in the US. Lila Rose and Live Action Films recently caught Planned Parenthood continuing in the tradition and the wishes of their founder.
Since you clearly, don't know the textbook definition of Racism or a Racist, I guess ill have to educate you on it.

rac·ism   [rey-siz-uhm] Show IPA
noun
1.
a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others.
2.
a policy, system of government, etc., based upon or fostering such a doctrine; discrimination.
3.
hatred or intolerance of another race or other races.



Just stop
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 lifeundthescope said:
Refer to my edited post imbecile Playing the victim? So are you telling me Blacks aren't subjected to double standards and etc within this country? You're embarrassing yourself, just stop...

Anyhow, continuing on disproving these lies about Sanger not being a racist





Since you clearly, don't know the textbook definition of Racism or a Racist, I guess ill have to educate you on it.

rac·ism   [rey-siz-uhm] Show IPA
noun
1.
a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others.
2.
a policy, system of government, etc., based upon or fostering such a doctrine; discrimination.
3.
hatred or intolerance of another race or other races.



Just stop
How about linking some of this material, other than the wikipedia link?

While Sanger was a proponent of eugenics, the pro-life movement has been fond of quoting a 1939 reference to her Harlem project to bolster their claims of the alleged genocide on the black community.

“We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don't want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

What isn’t said is that the full quote “doesn’t reflect the fact that Sanger recognized elements within the black community might mistakenly a.ssociate the Harlem Project with racist sterilization campaigns in the Jim Crow south, unless clergy and other community leaders spread the word that the Project had a humanitarian aim. “


It is a desperate tactic for a movement seeking to gain momentum in the black community while at the same time barely disavowing the white supremacists that have been present within their ranks for years.
Oh look, Boxdens Village Idiot didn't do his research.


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Dr. Alveda King, the niece of legendary human rights campaigner, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., told a meeting of Priests for Life, that the k!lling of a quarter of the black population of the US has not been from the lynch mobs of her childhood days, but from abortionists, “who plant their k!lling centres in minority neighbourhoods and prey upon women who think they have no hope."


“The great irony,” she said, “is that abortion has done what the Klan only dreamed of.” King was speaking Sunday at the unveiling of memorials at the Birmingham, Alabama church served by her late father, the Rev. A. D. Williams King.

***

Dr. King pointed out that the k!lling of the unborn in the US, which has taken the lives of well over 42 million American children, is overwhelmingly concentrated in the African-American community. “In the last forty-plus years,” Dr. King said, “15 million black people have been denied their most basic civil right, the right to life. Roughly one quarter of the black population is now missing.”

The abortion movement’s history is inseparable from that of the eugenics movement that held the genocide of the “dysgenic races” races as a central goal and for which the poor were the “enemies of the people.” In the US, the abortion facilities and offices of Planned Parenthood are concentrated in poor areas where the black population is especially targeted.Margaret Sanger, the foundress of the organisation that eventually became Planned Parenthood, had as her goal the control and subjugation of the poor ethnic peoples including blacks.

Dr. King said, “It's time that we remember the sacrifices of men like my father and my uncle who worked and died so that our children could live.”“It's time to stop k!lling the future and keep their dream alive.”


“Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a nonviolent man who said: “The Negro cannot win if he is willing to sell the future of his children for his
personal and immediate comfort and safety.” (Page 53 of The Words of Martin Luther King, Jr. ) Following Margaret Sanger’s strategy to dupe “colored
ministers” PPH selected Dr. King and other Black Leaders for awards. Dr. King supported natural family planning, called the “rhythm
method” in his day. He would never agree to mass murder by abortion, and chemical birth control that is linked to illness. PPH also lied to me,
telling me that my babies were “blobs of tissue” and that “abortion wouldn’t hurt
as bad as having teeth pulled.” It was to be “our secret.” I was abortion vulnerable, and they took advantage of that.
They lied then, to my uncle and to me. The still lie. Planned Parenthood, stop using my uncle to promote your injustice!” Alveda C. King
“Please note that Dr. King is cited for the advancement of social justice, not population control. On the
other hand, the first two recipients of the award were noted eugenicists. President Johnson was on
board for population control. Dr. King was not aware that the population control agenda aimed primarily
at Negroes during his lifetime, included sterilization, abortion, and chemical birth control that would
ultimately be linked to stroke, heart attack and brea$t cancer. He was mislead to believe that he would
be ‘helping his people.’ Such help would lead to mass genocide. See Maafa21.com. ” Alveda King
For the last 2 quotes, here is the source:

Written by Dr.Kings own niece. It's absolutely disgusting how you Whites are using our leaders to push your agenda and make it acceptable within our community. You're a fu*king retard NoTitle.
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 lifeundthescope said:






For the last 2 quotes, here is the source:

Written by Dr.Kings own niece. It's absolutely disgusting how you Whites are using our leaders to push your agenda and make it acceptable within our community. You're a fu*king retard NoTitle.
Oh you mean the same King who is in on FOX News all the time? Stopped reading after that You talk about how whites use you guys etc, when its happening with this issue right now, the guy who made the documentary is a white pro life texan, who has been battling Planned Parenthood for years, unsuccessfully may I add, now hes using the black community to see if he can get better results, just like the black community has been used in the gay debate. And yet here you are being used and u cant even see it you're buying right into it. Im sure FOX News has your best interest @ heart

I'm a retard? Please, you are hands down one of the DUMBEST posters on here, go read a book or something you waste of oxygen, I wish you were aborted cause you're dumb as fu*k.

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 05-22-2012, 11:40 PM         #99
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 NoTitleSince73 said:
How about linking some of this material, other than the wikipedia link?


Oh look, Boxdens Village Idiot didn't do his research.
Wikipedia has sources, which you can research on your own time. It's evident that you will need to study what or who is a racist, since clearly you are ignorant to the meaning of the word itself.

Take your L, closet racist pig.
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 lifeundthescope said:
Wikipedia has sources, which you can research on your own time. It's evident that you will need to study what or who is a racist, since clearly you are ignorant to the meaning of the word itself.

Take your L, closet racist pig.
Holy sh*t you're stupid, the only link you posted was a wiki link to racism, how is wiki links on that page gonna lead me to the rest of the sh*t you posted? Only one taking an L here is your blind a.ss, fu*king puppet.

And ignorant? bi*ch please
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