“The Negro Project” Lives On Through Planned Parenthood

Ron Miller writes about how he believes that Planned Parenthood’s “Negro Project” lives on.

What is The Negro Project? It was a project created by Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger in the 1940s. She wanted to build birth control clinics in black neighborhoods. Abortion was still considered the horror that it is. It wasn’t considered then. Her goal was to control the “breeding” of blacks.

Margaret Sanger’s periodical, Birth Control Review, in 1932:

“The mass of ignorant Negroes still breed carelessly and disastrously, so that the increase among Negroes, even more than the increase among whites, is from that part of the population least intelligent and fit, and least able to rear their children properly.”

Sanger would be proud of how her “Negro Project” lives on.

Ron Miller:

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I believe Planned Parenthood is a morally bankrupt institution, whose legacy of restricting what Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg described as “growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of” is written in the blood of tens of millions of black children who never had the chance to see the light of day.

Their denials to the contrary, the facts continue to indict their ongoing attempts to exterminate as many “undesirables”, as Planned Parenthood founder and eugenicist Margaret Sanger called them, as possible.

From the sting that revealed an all too eager willingness on the part of several Planned Parenthood clinics to accept a donation from a man who explicitly expressed that it be used to kill black babies, to the statistics that reveal black women account for over a third of all abortions, even though they are only 13 percent of the population, they have been caught red-handed – literally – in their gruesome task of carrying on Sanger’s “Negro Project.”

Miller reports on how Planned Parenthood is now involved in a media blitz in African American media to show how “important” Planned Parenthood is to the community. Read the entire article. He explains how the NAACP and leaders like Jesse Jackson sold out to the Democratic party, and now ignore the genocide of black babies.

Sanger believed that blacks were inferior. She believed they should not breed. That way, the inferior could die out.

Now, do I believe that people who run and work for Planned Parenthood believe that today? No. I think they tell themselves that it’s best for everyone if certain people, who can’t afford a child, or too young to raise a child, or not educated enough to raise a child, should be able to abort that child. I think they tell themselves that the only reason that abortion clinics can be found near minority neighborhoods is because that is where they are needed. Not because of color, but because of need.

That’s what they tell themselves.

But the truth is that, as Miller pointed out, black women account for over a third of all abortions, even though they are less than 13 percent of the population (Miller says 13%, but that includes black males). That is the result.

Ron Miller:

Dr.Alveda King recently narrated a movie about the abortion industry called Blood Money, and she is faithful to the ideals of her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who once said, “The Negro cannot win if he is willing to sacrifice the futures of his children for immediate personal comfort and safety.”

Dr. King and her contemporaries battle every day against the methodical annihilation of our people through abortion, which has already taken more lives than the Ku Klux Klan and the lynch mobs could ever have dreamed, and robbed our communities of billions of dollars that could have given hope to the most desperate among us.

There is a growing understanding of this in the black churches. I hope this history and truth continues to spread.

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