Racist, Eugenicist, Monster, and Founder of Planned Parenthood
Ask anyone the question, “Who is Margaret Sanger?” The vast majority will have no idea who she was. A small percentage will hazard a guess that Margaret Sanger is a politician. Others will speculate that she is the lady slated to appear on some piece of currency. She is neither. The Democrat Party, the Left-leaning media, staunch allies of the abortion-murder industry, have kept the truth about Margaret Sanger from the public. Still worse, some within the political and media establishment seek to cast Margaret Sanger as some kind of pioneer or hero in the area of “reproductive rights.” She is neither a pioneer or a hero. Margaret Sanger was a racist, a eugenicist, and a monster.
“Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated.”
“I think the greatest sin in the world is bringing children into the world.”
To that end she promoted the idea that the government should require permits in order to have a child. This was merely a scheme to curtail birthrates of those races and cultures Sanger referred to as
“…spawning… human beings who never should have been born.”
Margaret Sanger was a racist, a supremacist, and eugenicist. Sanger was devoted to the
“…extermination of the Negro race.”
To that end she promoted the idea that the government should require permits in order to have a child. This was merely a scheme to curtail birthrates of those races and cultures Sanger referred to as “unfit”, “human weeds,” “reckless breeders,” and “spawn.” Writing in her journal Birth Control Review, Margaret Sanger wrote
“More children from the fit; less from the unfit—that is the chief issue of birth control. “
Margaret Sanger is the founder of Planned Parenthood. She was a racist, eugenicist, and a monster. She and her peers believed that the survival of the human race depended on their idea of racial purity. When she wrote and spoke about “birth control” she meant it in the literal sense. She worked to stop, or at least hinder, Black procreation. As part of her design, she promoted homosexuality to the Black Community. As a eugenicist, she fully understood that two men who enter into the abomination of homosexuality effectively destroy their own bloodlines.
Margaret Sanger: The Racist
In 1926, Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, accepted an invitation to be guest speaker to the women’s branch of Klu Klux Klan in Silverlake, New Jersey. In her autobiography, Sanger stated that she “accomplished her purpose” by speaking to this hate group. She would receive more invitations to speak to racist hate groups.
In December 1939, Margaret Sanger wrote a letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble of the Eugenics Society. The letter was in reference to The Negro Project. In this letter she wrote,
“We do not want word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…”
Margaret Sanger’s supporters have worked hard to downplay this statement. However, her words and their meaning require no interpretation. Margaret Sanger and Dr. Clarence Gamble were discussing their plan to “exterminate” the African-American population by controlling birth rates. The plan to annihilate the African-American people was sinister and evil in and of itself. Nevertheless, Margaret Sanger sought to assure the success of her plan. She intended to use members of the Black Community itself to help her shroud her true intentions. In Margaret Sanger’s view, the ideal person to help give her plan to control African-American birth rates the facade of legitimacy were members of the clergy. Margaret Sanger wrote,
“…and the minister is the man who can straighten out the idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”
In her book “Pivot of Civilization,” Margaret Sanger expressed her true feelings regarding the African-American community and other groups she disliked. She wrote,
“They are…human weeds,’ ‘reckless breeders,’ ’spawning… human beings who never should have been born.”
Margaret Sanger came up with the term “birth control.” For Sanger,
“Birth control is nothing more or less than…weeding out the unfit.”
Sanger believed that the ultimate goal of birth control was to produce a “cleaner race.” Her overriding goal for birth control was to limit the birth of those she deemed “unfit.” Sanger held that,
“Birth control is nothing more or less than the facilitation of the process of weeding out the unfit, of preventing the birth of defectives or of those who will become defective.”
Margaret Sanger thought in terms of
“…decreasing and aiming to eliminate the stocks that are most detrimental to the future of the race and the world…”
Margaret Sanger: The Eugenicist
Margaret Sanger believed in the concepts put forth by Malthusian eugenics which sought to 1) prevent the over population of the Earth and 2) create a master race. In 1939, Margaret Sanger is credited with the formation of The Negro Project. The American Spectator: In a December 10, 1939 letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble of the Eugenics Society, Sanger, in the context of discussing the Negro Project, which she developed in concert with white “birth-control reformers,” wrote this:
“We do not want word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out the idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”
Margaret Sanger believed in the concepts put forth by Malthusian eugenics which sought to 1) prevent the over population of the Earth and 2) create a master race. In 1914 Margaret Sanger was indicted under Federal law for articles she wrote in “The Woman Radical.” Here writings were considered obscene and violated postal obscenity laws. Margaret Sanger avoided prosecution by fleeing to England. In 1915 Sanger’s husband, William Sanger, was arrested and jailed for distributing copies of a book entitled Family Limitation. Margaret Sanger returned from England to face charges. During the proceedings Margaret Sanger’s five-year old daughter died of pneumonia. The court took pity on her and dropped the criminal charges. Not to be deterred, Margaret Sanger opened the first birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York. A few short days after it opened the police shut down the operation and arrested Margaret Sanger and others. Sanger was tried and convicted. She was sentenced to thirty (30) days in jail. In 1921 Margaret Sanger founded the American Birth Control League. This organization was created to advance the concept of controlling birthrates. When Margaret Sanger spoke of “birth control” she truly meant it in the literal sense. She saw it as a moral imperative to control the birth rates of those she deemed
In 1939, Margaret Sanger is credited with the formation of
The Negro Project.
The creation of the Negro Project was Margaret Sanger’s attempt to focus and target her birth control efforts on the African-American population.