One In A Million
Genocide was not a crime in the United States in 1973 when the Supreme Court handed the nation and eugenicists abortion, a long sought-after tool for population control. In fact, eugenicists had openly practiced their wares through the 32 state run eugenics boards across the country. They forcibly sterilized men and women at will, calling them feeble-minded, imbeciles, mentally incompetent or prone to crime. In true Hitleresque fashion, they experimented on those they considered weeds as Margaret Sanger called them. The 1931 Puerto Rico Cancer Experiment and the 1932 Tuskegee Syphilis Study are just two of a growing list of experiments conducted on Black and Brown people, some of them government sanctioned.
Those outright efforts to control births in communities they wanted to “get rid of” pale in the face of the eugenics laced Negro Project launched by Margaret Sanger in 1939, a plan designed to control the Black birth rate. Planned Parenthood’s “reproductive healthcare” initiatives carry out the tenets of the Negro Project today. With the firm hand of Cecile Richards guiding their efforts, the organization conducted "relocation analysis" and “evidence based” research to identify strategic locations for Planned Parenthood’s abortion centers. More than 79% of their surgical facilities are located within two miles of a Black or Latino neighborhood.
Planned Parenthood’s Commitment to Genocide
When a former President of Planned Parenthood attempted to legitimately provide the medical services the organization had long claimed was their mission, she was issued a vote of no confidence because "The word `abortion' is mentioned only eight times" in the 68-page reinvention blueprint, the letter complains, "and never in the discussion of our future." It was not until 2006 when Cecile Richards took over the organization that they were able to grow the abortion business as desired.
The 2008 Planned Parenthood tax filing stated its mission was to achieve a population of optimum size. To achieve this goal, they changed their business model in 2010 requiring all of their facilities to perform abortions, surgical, medical or chemical by 2013. They have placed 79% of their surgical facilities within two miles of a Black or Latino neighborhood according to Census Tract Data and receive more than
$543,000,000 taxpayer dollars annually.
Between 2006 and 2017, Planned Parenthood became the largest abortion provider in the nation, terminating more than 3.8 million children, most of whom were Black or Latino, the targeted group of the Negro Project.
It is time to tell Planned Parenthood and the nation Enough! Stop targeting Blacks and Latinos. Become one in a Million. Sign the Petition. Sign Petition
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