State which eugenically sterilized its citizens wants to teach that support for Roe abortion decision equals support for Civil Rights

The North Carolina Family Policy Council Reports:

Curriculum Sides With Abortion

Special Report – February 3, 2010

The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction’s proposed updated curriculum guidelines for Civics and Economics courses include an assertion that the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion on demand in the United States, is comparable to court actions on segregation and ethnic discrimination in upholding individual liberties “against oppressive government.”

The North Carolina Essential Standards for Social Studies include a question in the Civics and Economic Course that asks, “Using three Supreme Court Cases (e.g. Brown v Board, Roe v Wade, Korematsu v US) as support explain how the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld rights against oppressive government?

The question is given as an assessment prototype under the objective “Attribute individual liberties to ideals (e.g. natural rights/unalienable rights, popular sovereignty, civil rights, equality) derived from founding documents.”

Brown v Board of Education is the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court decision that declared “separate but equal” segregation in education as unconstitutional and “inherently unequal” under the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Korematsu v United States is the 1944 U.S. Supreme Court decision that upheld President Roosevelt’s executive order to force Japanese Americans into internment camps during World War II. The Court found that protecting the country against espionage outweighed the individual rights of those Americans of Japanese descent who were sent to the camps. Roe v. Wade struck down 40 plus state and federal laws regulating and limiting access to abortion when it established a woman’s right to abortion under what it said was a right to privacy under the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.

The tide is turning against abortion, as more people are seeing this barbaric practice for what it really is,” commented Bill Brooks, president of the North Carolina Family Policy Council. “For the state agency that is responsible for providing curricula to educate our children to suggest that opposition to abortion is wrong, and akin to opposition to civil rights is unconscionable. Although this may be the prevailing view in liberal academia, not only is there no factual basis for this assertion, but it grossly misrepresents the historical truth of events leading up to the Roe v. Wade decision.”

North Carolina recently issued apologies to citizens which the state eugenically sterilized. Now they want to glorify abortion which eugenically takes the life of unborn babies. In addition, abortion is the #1 killer of African Americans in the United States. Could this be related to their reason for glorifying the Roe. decision? In fact, one of the funders of the North Carolina Eugenics Society was a man named: Clarence Gamble. Gamble also supported Margaret Sanger’s Birth Control Movement. Sanger founded the nation’s top abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, and she and other board members and presidents were also members of the American Eugenics Society.

After all, in a recent interview , Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg let the cat out of the bag as to the reason for legalizing abortion with Roe , when she told New York Times Magazine Reporter, Emily Bazelon that, “I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.

The “Populations” Ginsburg referred to in that interview is clearly defined in, Maafa21.

Maafa21 shows the connection from slavery and eugenics ( which the State of North Carolina was heavily involved in) to abortion and black genocide today. One African-American pastor and 1960’s civil rights activist said, “I had always been suspicious about some of this stuff, but this film connects the dots in a way I never really understood before.” Another described it as “lightening in a bottle” and said that for the first time in his life he has a tool to educate the African-American community about the abortion lobby’s real agenda.

See a clip from Maafa21 here

Listen to what the State of North Carolina did to Elaine Riddick ( From the film: Maafa21)

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