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Planned Parenthood’s Earth Day Message: No Babies

Posted in Earth Day, Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood Earth Day with tags , , , , , , on April 28, 2014 by saynsumthn

Planned Parenthood has been tweeting their “free condoms” for “Earth Day” promos.

PP Earth Day Condoms

What exactly are they trying to say- STOP HAVING BABIES:? Because that would fall in line with Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger’s agenda perfectly !

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No More Babies‘ was the title of a 1947 reel by British Pathe, where John Parsons interviewed the Planned Parenthood founder.

In the vid, Margaret Sanger advocates “No More Children in Starving Countries for the Next Ten Years”

(View it here)

Sanger Pathe

Below is an edited version of what was placed on YouTube and leaves out “in starving countries”?

John Parsons: But Mrs. Slee in this country having babies is the only thing left which is both unrationed and untaxed, do you think we really ought to stop?

Margaret Sanger: Well I suppose a subject like that is really so personal that it is entirely up to the parents to decide, but from my view I believe there should be no more babies And this part was left off?: in starving countries for the next ten years….

In 1964, Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger said she believed that it would take the US Government to accept “Population Control” to convince other nations to do the same.

I just don’t so how we can control the birth rate until we get the government to agree that this is something which should be taken seriously. Other countries feel that if our government is against it, it must be bad. Americans would be much more acceptable when they go abroad to work on the problem if we get our government to approve it- perhaps under some such term as population control,” Sanger stated.

Sanger 1965 Population Control

That ideology was backed up by Planned Parenthood president, Alan Guttmacher who happened to be a former VP of the American Eugenics Society. Guttmacher wanted the US to use “Voluntary Means” of Population control and then use coercion if needed. But he had a better solution- legalize ABORTION.

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In 1969, Alan Guttmacher as then President of Planned Parenthood-World Population, said this: “ I would like to give our voluntary means of population control full opportunity in the next 10 to 12 years. Then , if these don’t succeed, we may have to go into some kind of coercion, not worldwide, but possibly in such places as India, Pakistan, and Indonesia, where pressures are the greatest…There is no question that birth rates can be reduced all over the world if legal abortion is introduced…”

Read more about Guttmacher’s Population Control Agenda here

Promoting condoms on Earth Day is the abortion giant’s way of suggesting No More Babies, something we have heard before…..

Planned Parenthood’s Earth Day Message: No Babies

Posted in Condom, Earth Day, Planned Parenthood Earth Day, Population Control with tags , , , , , on April 28, 2014 by saynsumthn

Planned Parenthood has been tweeting their “free condoms” for “Earth Day” promos.

PP Earth Day Condoms

PP EarthDay COndom

What exactly are they trying to say- STOP HAVING BABIES?

That would make sense and be in line with their founder, Margaret Sanger’s, population control beliefs.

NoMoreChildren3c18854uw

No More Babies‘ was the title of a 1947 reel by British Pathe, where John Parsons’s interviewed Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger.

In the vid, Margaret Sanger advocates “No More Children in Starving Countries for the Next Ten Years”

(View it here)

Sanger Pathe

Below is an edited version placed on YouTube and leaves out “in starving countries”?

John Parsons asks Sanger, “But Mrs. Slee in this country having babies is the only thing left which is both unrationed and untaxed, do you think we really ought to stop?”

Margaret Sanger replies, “Well I suppose a subject like that is really so personal that it is entirely up to the parents to decide, but from my view I believe there should be no more babies And this part was left off?: in starving countries for the next ten years….”

In 1964, Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger said she believed that it would take the US Government to accept “Population Control” to convince other nations to do the same.

I just don’t so how we can control the birth rate until we get the government to agree that this is something which should be taken seriously. Other countries feel that if our government is against it, it must be bad. Americans would be much more acceptable when they go abroad to work on the problem if we get our government to approve it- perhaps under some such term as population control,” Sanger stated.

Sanger 1965 Population Control

That ideology was backed up by Planned Parenthood president, Alan Guttmacher who happened to be a former VP of the American Eugenics Society. Guttmacher wanted the US to use “Voluntary Means” of Population control and then use coercion if needed. But he had a better solution- legalize ABORTION.

guttmachr

In 1969, Alan Guttmacher as then President of Planned Parenthood-World Population, said this: “ I would like to give our voluntary means of population control full opportunity in the next 10 to 12 years. Then , if these don’t succeed, we may have to go into some kind of coercion, not worldwide, but possibly in such places as India, Pakistan, and Indonesia, where pressures are the greatest…There is no question that birth rates can be reduced all over the world if legal abortion is introduced…”

Read more about Guttmacher’s Population Control Agenda here

RUSH : CNN Pulls Story on Arousal Gap

Posted in Abortion clinic worker arrested, Earth Day, Outrage, Police State with tags , , , , on October 26, 2012 by saynsumthn

On the 10/25/2012 Rush Limbaugh Show – Rush stated:

CNN had to pull a story that they had on their website after reader backlash. “Following a firestorm of negative feedback, CNN hastily deleted from its website late Wednesday virtually all mention of a study about the effect hormones have on women’s political preferences. ‘A post previously published in this space regarding a study about how hormones may influence voting choices has been removed,’ a message posted on the website at 8:15 p.m. read. ‘After further review it was determined that some elements of the story did not meet the editorial standards of CNN. We thank you for your comments and feedback.’ The study, authored by researchers at the University of Texas at San Antonio, used an ‘Internet survey of 275 women who were not taking hormonal contraception and had regular menstrual cycles’ to mine its data.”

That was the sample group, 275 women not taking hormonal contraception. For those of you in Rio Linda, what that means is they were not taking a pill. Condom didn’t matter. Taking a pill, [sic] regular menstrual cycles, 275. “The results showed that ovulating single women tend to support President Barack Obama because, in the words of lead researcher Kristina Durante, they feel ‘sexier.'” This is the arousal gap. Now, look, Dawn’s in there rolling her eyes. You’re probably getting mad at me. This is a female study conducted by female scientists, conceived by a female. It’s not some man sitting around, “Let’s go get 275 women who are ovulating and having menstrual cycles and they’re not taking a pill, let’s ask them about their political views.” It was a woman doing this.

According to NewsMax:

CNN on Wednesday night deleted its report on the study after reader outrage over the suggestion that women’s votes could be tied to hormones, drawing even more scrutiny to both the study and the network’s decision to write about it.

The study was conducted by Kristina Durante, an assistant professor of marketing at UTSA, whose research centers on how social and physiological factors can influence decision making.

“The researchers found that during the fertile time of the month, when levels of the hormone estrogen are high, single women appeared more likely to vote for Obama and committed women appeared more likely to vote for Romney, by a margin of at least 20 percent,” CNN reported, based on Durante’s study. “This seems to be the driver behind the researchers’ overall observation that single women were inclined toward Obama and committed women leaned toward Romney.”

The study included 502 women, asking them questions about their voting preferences. The survey sample focused on women who menstruate regularly who are not taking hormonal contraception. The original study, titled “The Fluctuating Female Vote: Politics, Religion, and the Ovulatory Cycle,” is not linked on the list of Durante’s journal articles.

Research such as Durante’s survey can partially be blamed for women being held back from positions of power over their reaction to hormonal imbalances, said Susan Carroll, professor of women’s and gender studies and political science at Rutgers University.

“There is absolutely no reason to expect that women’s hormones affect how they vote any more than there is a reason to suggest that variations in testosterone levels are responsible for variations in the debate performances of Obama and Romney,” Carroll said.

Although the original post has been removed from the CNN website, and replaced with an apology both for its absence and for the editorial choice to publish it in the first place, the story was picked up by Indiana’s WTHI and other websites across the Internet.

Ottawa Mayor’s aide links Earth Day to eugenics

Posted in Earth Day, Ehrlich, Eugenics with tags , , , , , , , , on April 23, 2010 by saynsumthn

By Kate Jaimet, The Ottawa Citizen April 23, 2010

Hours after mayor Larry O’Brien celebrated Earth Day with a speech and ceremonial tree-planting, his chief of staff, Brent Colbert, sent out a message on Twitter linking Earth Day to eugenics and forced starvation.

“Before you wish me a happy earthday they better have studied the shameful past of this ideology eugenics, forced starvation,” read the message on the social networking website.

Contacted by the Citizen to explain the posting, Colbert said the message represented his personal opinion, but agreed that he identified himself on his Twitter profile as the mayor’s chief of staff.

Colbert said he wrote the message in response to messages from people wishing him a “Happy Earth Day.” He said he believed people should research the history of Earth Day before associating themselves with it.

“Some of the people who promoted and first started the notion of Earth Day and whatnot go back and follow a history of support for eugenics, support for forced starvation and population control, through government rationing, things like that,” Colbert said.

According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Earth Day was founded on April 22, 1970, as an “environmental teach-in” by U.S. senator Gaylord Nelson.

Nelson, a prominent environmentalist, worked on legislation in Congress to protect the Appalachian Trail and to ban the use of the pesticide DDT. Nelson hired Denis Hayes, a Harvard University graduate student, to help organize the event.

Asked to name a person or group that is a present-day Earth Day supporter and eugenicist, Colbert said he could not think of one “off the top of my head.”
However, he said there was a shared intellectual history between the Earth Day movement and the ideas of Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, who died in 1966, four years before the first Earth Day.

(SANGER’S Eugenic ideas exposed in the film: Maafa21)

“She was a eugenicist, believed that the weak and feeble-minded should be bred out of society because they were a drain on the resources of the planet. So there’s all that kind of stuff,” Colbert said.

He also said that early Earth Day celebrants drew upon the ideas of Paul Ehrlich, a Stanford University professor whose 1968 book The Population Bomb predicted mass starvation as a result of human overpopulation.

“Some of the people (were) talking about the fact that the planet was unsustainable and we’d have to take action to limit populations if we wanted to protect it and whatnot,” Colbert said.

Colbert said that concerns about a clean environment and the proper use of resources were “very valid.”

However, Colbert said he believed there was still a connection between Earth Day and eugenics. “There are still people that are doing research in terms of the issue of the overpopulation of the planet and things like that and it seems to coalesce around some of the things with Earth Day.”

In his Earth Day speech this morning, O’Brien said: “Earth Day highlights something that’s extremely important to all residents of the world, and that is the protection of our planet.”

Earth Day Campaign Celebrating Life Hits Four U.S. Cities

Posted in Abortion, Earth Day with tags , , , , on April 22, 2010 by saynsumthn

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CHICAGO, April 12, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The pro-life group CatholicVote.org says it’s time to use Earth Day to celebrate nature’s greatest gift – human life.
With bus ads starting today in Chicago and next week in San Francisco and Seattle, CatholicVote.org is encouraging Americans to rethink how they celebrate Earth Day, and how to go about building a culture that respects the environment.

This April 22nd will mark the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.

“Our goal is to use Earth Day to get Americans to think more deeply about what it means to truly respect the Earth and creation,” said Brian Burch, President of CatholicVote.org Education Fund.

“Prevailing environmental attitudes too often view humans as the enemy of nature. We believe the human person is God’s greatest creation, and the Earth’s greatest resource. Building up a culture of life is the single most important way to build a culture that respects the environment.”

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