How many students have been influenced by this hate-filled racist black professor at a cost of $50,000-a-year tuition?

I was appalled hearing black University of Pennsylvania Professor Salamishah Tillet say during a panel discussion on MSNBC that pro-lifers’ opposition to late-term abortion is really about white-power racism.

Minority birth rates are up.  Nutty professor Tillet believes those who oppose white women killing their babies are fearful of a decline of “whiteness, white supremacy, white privilege.”  It takes a pretty sick mind to find racism in desiring that women not kill their babies.

By the way, Americans aborts 4,000 babies a day, of which a disproportionately high number are black.  Planned Parenthood was founded by racist Margaret Sanger to fix “the negro problem.”

We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population,” wrote Sanger.

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Seen on the web: Abortion doesn’t un-pregnantify you: it just kills your kid.

Margaret Sanger has been lauded by some as a woman of valor, but a closer look reveals that Planned Parenthood’s audacious founder had some unsavory things to say about matters of race, birth control, and abortion.

An outspoken eugenicist herself, Sanger consistently promoted racist ideals with a contemptuous attitude. Read on to learn why Planned Parenthood hides behind a false memory of Sanger, and why, despite her extraordinarily prolific writing career, one rarely sees her quoted by Planned Parenthood leaders and apologists.

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Abortion is the leading cause of death among black Americans.

In January, Margaret Sanger’s disciples and abortion lovers have much to celebrate.  It will be the 40th year of legally sanctioned abortions in the United States.  At the time I am writing this, the death toll of murdered babies via abortion methods is 55,110,996, and it climbs every few seconds.

These murdered babies are predominately black babies.  Where are the crusaders for social and racial justice, for the worst racist genocide in human history?

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Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood, Barack Obama: Worldwide culture of death vs. the Catholic Church.

Margaret Sanger also spoke about forced sterilization of those she saw as unfit to get rid of them. Among those groups she included practicing Catholics.

So it should be no surprise that we are seeing the current attack on the Catholic Church through the Obama Administration. They are only doing what she founded them to do. & why we need to stand firm in our faith, with prayer & action, against this latest assault.

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Al Sharpton’s Obscene Support for Margaret Sanger’s Genocidal Legacy


Al Sharpton
, the so-called champion of civil rights angrily opposes the billboards: they’ve “depicted black women in an unfair way…The way you address that is not by demonizing black women.”

How would you address it, Al?  Continue supporting Planned Parenthood’s assault on black women, continue turning your leftist blind eye to the truth? Every time Planned Parenthood convinces black women to have abortions, they demonize black babies as unfit for America.

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Writer’s Conclusion: A Significant Number of Pro-Aborts are Psychopaths


In light of the clinical definition of a psychopath, and the historic manifestations of “psychopathic” movements, it is difficult to avoid the comparison between psychopathy and the perspective that is openly expressed by many leaders in the global pro-abortion movement.

Florence Thomas is only one example of the troubled thinking that seems to characterize pro-abortion leaders.  Her comparison of her own unborn child to a “tumor,” that is, a diseased piece of tissue, is not only unscientific; it suggests a mind that is unwilling, or perhaps unable, to transcend itself and empathize with the humanity of another.  Her claim that a fetus is only human if it is desired by its parents is almost a caricature of ego-centrism, implying that one’s personal wishes confer dignity and rights on other people. The conclusion of Thomas flows inevitably from her premises; she believes that women should be free to kill their unborn children for any reason, in order to preserve their “freedom.”

Thomas’ thinking is echoed throughout the anti-life and anti-family movements of our age. Margaret Sanger, the founder of the modern birth control movement, spoke with the chilling rhetoric of eugenics when she dismissed children who are “unwanted” by their parents, referring to them as “human waste” in her 1920 work, “Women and the New Race.”

“Each and every unwanted child is likely to be in some way a social liability. It is only the wanted child who is likely to be a social asset,” wrote Sanger, who also asked, “Can the children of these unfortunate mothers be other than a burden to society—a burden which reflects itself in innumerable phases of cost, crime and general social detriment?”  In another chapter she infamously states that “the most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”

The famous Princeton “bioethicist” Peter Singer applies the same fundamental principle embraced by Thomas, Sanger, and others, but takes it to a more explicit conclusion.  Singer acknowledges that unborn children are human beings, but openly denies that they have a right to life, unless their parents want them. Moreover, Singer extends this reasoning to infants after birth as well, offering a moral endorsement of infanticide.

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Margaret Sanger’s “Negro Project” still going strong at Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood’s role in this slaughter of black innocents is particularly troubling because the organization’s founder, Margaret Sanger, was a known instigator of eugenics, who called for a “pure” population through controlling the reproduction of “undesirable people.” Her “Negro Project” was aimed at reducing the number of children born to American blacks because she viewed us as inferior. Therefore, she recruited the black church to bear the seeds of our own destruction:

Sanger – “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 do not want 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.”

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