If we’re tearing down monuments to white supremacists, we should probably start with Planned Parenthood

If we’re tearing down monuments to white supremacists, we should probably start with Planned Parenthood
Magaret Sanger speaks to women of the KKK

[Ed. – When confronted with this reality, Planned Parenthood’s defenders are quick to point out that that was in the distant past. When the same people hear the argument that the Civil War was even further in the past, they suddenly become deaf.]

It is a rich if tragic irony that the same progressives denouncing Richard Spencer and demanding that municipal statues be torn down for their alleged white supremacist qualities are themselves closely aligned with a white supremacist-tied group. I am speaking, of course, of Planned Parenthood, which is to the abortion-loving Left what Adolf Hitler’s bunker would have become to fascists had Germany not demolished it in the late 1980s: a sort of holy shrine upon which adulation and adoration can be fixated.

The racist, eugenicist roots of Planned Parenthood are well-documented, as is the paranoid racial and eugenic visions of its founder, Margaret Sanger, who spoke of her desire to create “a new race with a racial soul” in the United States, once cheerfully spoke before a women’s Klan meetingdesired to “keep the doors of Immigration closed” to those “whose condition is known to be detrimental to the stamina of the race,” and yearned to accentuate “the better racial elements in our society” so as to erase from the population “defective stocks — those human weeds which threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization.”

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