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Disabled animals get reprieve from slaughter while babies do not

Posted in Euthanasia, Euthanesia with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 5, 2016 by saynsumthn

As abortion continues to target the disabled for a tortuous death, a disabled steer in Texas has received a reprieve after activists speak out. Oatmeal, the blind steer was scheduled for slaughter after being auctioned in Texas at the Fort Worth Stock Show’s Sale of Champions.

According to news reports, Oatmeal’s story struck a nerve among animal rights activists, vegans and others.

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The Fort Worth Star Telegraph reported what happened next:

    “As activists took to social media in an effort to rescue the steer, Oatmeal waited at a feedlot in South Texas.

    “Now he is bound for College Station, where he was expected to arrive late Friday or early Saturday, said state Rep. Charlie Geren, vice president of the Stock Show, who worked the deal with A&M Chancellor John Sharp.”

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In an effort to save Oatmeal, one supporter commented:

    “That poor steer. He trusted humans his entire life, and now, trustingly, he will go with them and be led to his death. How very sad.”

I am an animal lover and I understand the compassion that anyone would have toward this animal. But, what I cannot understand is the complete disconnect many in society have towards the disabled preborn child, a human baby, selected for abortion. You know, one of the reasons we legalized abortion on demand in America was because we believed that a child with medical issues was of less value than a so-called healthy one. And, sadly, this idea was introduced by many American churches whose abortion resolutions led the way for the language which was later written into the Roe v. Wade abortion decision. Today, many of those religious institutions have repented and reversed their stand to oppose abortion, but, tragically, the damage was already done.

Today, disabled preborn children are some of the most vulnerable children in the United States. Pregnant mothers are often pressured into aborting these children by medical “professionals” who believe the life of a disabled preborn child is not worth saving. In many cases, the diagnoses rendered is not nearly as horrific as pregnant women are led to believe. But, even when the diagnosis proves as tragic as expected does that give us the right to devalue that life and send that child to slaughter like an animal?

And, this kind of inhumane targeting is not reserved only for preborn children in the womb. In fact, because of the way we view these children, they remain vulnerable even after they are born and even when they are so-called “wanted” by their parents.

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Simon inspired Simon’s Law

Enter little Simon Crosier who was labeled by the medical establishment as “incompatible with life” after he was born with Trisomy 18. His mother, Sheryl Crosier said doctors encouraged her to have an abortion when her 20 week ultrasound revealed that their unborn son might have a cleft lip, she refused. But, even though Sheryl and her husband wanted Simon, he died December 3, 2010, 88 ½ days after his birth, after health care workers refused to medically treat him as any other child. The couple discovered this after they reviewed his medical records.

Today, Sheryl warns parents that this could happen to any child at any age. She said that a child could fall off a bicycle and hit their head or end up in the ICU after a car accident.

    “Are you going to allow your physician that you met for the first time to determine the value of your child? Or do you want to be the one making their medical decisions? Parents need to realize their parental rights can be taken away and violated.”

As a result of Simon’s tragic and unnecessary death, in December of 2014, the couple attempted unsuccessfully to get Simon’s Law passed in the state of Missouri. On February 16, 2016 Simon’s Law was again introduced in the Missouri state legislature by State Rep Bill Kidd. HB1915, which has yet to make it out of Committee, has two basic components. First a health care facility must let a patient, resident or a prospective patient or resident know if they have a futility policy that will limit care in any way. Second, a do-not-resuscitate order cannot be placed in a minor child’s medical file without the written permission of at least one parent or legal guardian.

Sheryl told Live Action News that a similar law in Kansas will be heard there this week. SB437, also dubbed Simon’s Law was introduced on February 10th is expected to be heard Thursday March 3, 2016 by the Kansas Committee on Public Health and Welfare. She said that she is optimistic that the law will pass but stressed that the law needs to be adopted nationally.

    “There is a need for ‪Simons Law‬ nationwide. In many hospitals across ‪‎America‬ it is legal for a ‪‎child‬ to be denied life-sustaining care and for a ‘‪‎Do Not Resuscitate‬’ order (‪‎DNR‬) to be placed on a child’s medical chart without parental knowledge or consent.”

Simon and Sheryl Crosier

Simon and Sheryl Crosier

Sheryl is encouraging everyone to sign Simon’s Law Petition and she is looking to get this law into other states. “This is happening everywhere. Parents deserve to know what is going on with their child,” she said.

If anyone is interested in filing Simon’s Law in their state, Sheryl said that they can contact her by e-mail at simonismyname@att.net and they can get updates on Simon’s Law by following them on Facebook and on their website.

Right-to-die legislation opposed in Connecticut as becoming a duty-to-die

Posted in Euthanasia, Euthanesia with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 17, 2015 by saynsumthn

Is it compassionate “Aid in Dying” for those who are terminally ill, or is it “assisted suicide” that could turn into a “duty to die”? Those are the questions state lawmakers are facing this week during a big push for the “Aid in Dying” bill, reports WTNH.

Advocates are asking lawmakers to pass this law that would allow physicians to prescribe a lethal dose to those who are within six months of dying from a terminal illness and are mentally able to make the decision,the report.

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Connecticut’s H.B. No. 7015 reads:

    AN ACT CONCERNING AID IN DYING FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS.

    To allow a physician to dispense or prescribe medication at the request of a mentally competent patient that has a terminal illness that such patient may self-administer to bring about his or her death.

According to the Family Institute of Connecticut which is opposing the legislation, a public hearing will be held on March 18th – this week.

Death with Dignity, a pro-right-to-die organization has published a map showing a summary of the status of current death with dignity-related legislation in the US and what they see coming in the months ahead as the 2015 legislative session progresses, “In all, 22 legislatures plus the District of Columbia will have seen a bill proposal by the end of their current session.” they say on their website.

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Earlier this month, O.J. Brigance, a former Baltimore Ravens football player and current senior advisor to player development, testified against a Maryland right-to-die bill.

OJ Brigance Baltimore Ravens opposes Right to Die

Brigance was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease, which has no cure, in May 2007. The measure would allow adults given only six months to live the ability to get a prescription for drugs to hasten their death.

I did not create my life so, I have no right to negate my life,” he said from his wheelchair.

“The thought that there would be a legal avenue for an individual to take his or her own life in a moment of despair, robbing family, friends and society of their presence and contribution to society deeply saddens me and is a tragedy,” Brigance testified.

Not Dead Yet, a national, grassroots disability rights group that opposes legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia, is fighting right-to-die legislation in New Jersey and lawmakers have introduced similar legislation in Nevada..

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As I have reported before, the concept that killing a person is dignifying was developed by supporters of Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger.

In fact, by 1952, Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger was open about her belief in Euthanasia. This 1952 letter from the Euthanasia Society of America clearly shows Margret Sanger on the American Advisory Board of the Euthanasia Society of America. Read more about Sanger and her supporters here.

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Recently, advocates of right to die organizations which supported Brittany Maynard’s decision to kill herself had ties to Planned Parenthood.

Read about those connections here.

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The 29 year-old became the public face of the controversial right-to-die movement when she moved to Oregon so she could end her life, which she did.

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According to the Connecticut legislation proposed, a request for what the law calls “aid in dying” would look like this:

    REQUEST FOR MEDICATION TO AID IN DYING

    I, .…, am an adult of sound mind.

    I am a resident of the State of Connecticut.

    I am suffering from …., which my attending physician has determined is an incurable and irreversible medical condition that will, within reasonable medical judgment, result in death within six months from the date on which this document is executed. This diagnosis of a terminal illness has been confirmed by another physician.

    I have been fully informed of my diagnosis, prognosis, the nature of medication to be dispensed or prescribed to aid me in dying, the potential associated risks, the expected result, feasible alternatives to aid in dying and additional health care treatment options, including palliative care and the availability of counseling with a psychologist, psychiatrist or licensed clinical social worker.

    I request that my attending physician dispense or prescribe medication that I may self-administer for aid in dying. I authorize my attending physician to contact a pharmacist to fill the prescription for such medication, upon my request.

    INITIAL ONE:

    …. I have informed my family of my decision and taken family opinions into consideration.

    …. I have decided not to inform my family of my decision.

    …. I have no family to inform of my decision.

    I understand that I have the right to rescind this request at any time.

    I understand the full import of this request and I expect to die if and when I take the medication to be dispensed or prescribed. I further understand that although most deaths occur within three hours, my death may take longer and my attending physician has counseled me about this possibility.

    I make this request voluntarily and without reservation, and I accept full responsibility for my decision to request aid in dying.

    Signed: ….

    Dated: ….

    DECLARATION OF WITNESSES

    By initialing and signing below on the date the person named above signs, I declare that:

    Witness 1 …. Witness 2 ….

On op-ed on the legislation by brain cancer victim, Maggie Karner, opposed to the legislation calls a right-to-die really a duty-to-die, she writes:

    In Oregon, where assisted suicide is legal, the top reasons people give for wanting a deadly prescription are fear of losing autonomy (91.5 percent), fear of being less able to engage in activities (88.7 percent) and fear of loss of dignity (79.3 percent). These are not good enough reasons to upend the medical axiom of “first, do no harm.”

    I encourage the caring voters of Connecticut to once again contact their state legislators and insist that assisted suicide has no place in our state of independent thinkers. Slogans of “right to die” are just words to people like me who need your constant and continued support to avoid a “duty to die.”

Read it in full here.

Connecticut pro-lifers are asking for the public to speak out by submitting written testimony to judtestimony@cga.ct.gov and filling the hearing room in opposition to the bill.

Find out more here.

Euthanasia advocate only way to terminate suffering is to take away life

Posted in Euthanasia, Euthanesia with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 4, 2015 by saynsumthn

Rob Jonquière is a retired doctor and advocate on the so-called “End-of-Life choice.”

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Jonquière started his career as a family doctor in the Netherlands.

In the 1970’s when euthanasia was illegal in the Netherlands, Jonquière says that he met patients with terminal diseases who asked him for euthanasia.

I did help a couple of my patients and, of course, the problem with that was that I could not talk about it with other people,” he said.

Jonquière went on to be the chief executive of the Dutch Right to Die Society, NVVE.

“I was involved in the development of the details of the bill right from the start, so I was very glad when in 2001 the parliament approved the bill and it became a law, effective from 2002.”

Dutch legalizes Euthenasia

After retiring from the Dutch Right to Die Society, Jonquière became the communications director and administrative secretary to the board of the umbrella organization, World Federation of Right to Die Societies.

Jonquiere has now agreed to help End of Life New Zealand raise the issue by talking about medically-assisted euthanasia legislation.

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His efforts are being opposed by groups such as Not Dead Yet , a grassroots group that opposes legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia as deadly forms of discrimination.

On their website, the disability rights group demands the equal protection of the law for the targets of so called “mercy killing” whose lives are seen as worth-less.

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The group launched last month in New Zealand as Not Dead Yet Aotearoa (NDYA) writing in their press release that, “Disabled people want to have a good life. But too many of us lack the basic choices that our human dignity demands. That means many of us don’t feel at all secure and valued equally. But, ironically, society will happily provide us with the choice to die!

NDYA member Huhana Hickey is quoted as saying, “We’re seen as costly too, a drain on scarce public resources.”

Also in opposition to Jonquiere’s right to kill agenda are members of the New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA).

President Mark Peterson says that right-to-die legislation is a slippery slope, “If you legalize voluntary euthanasia then you actually start to create the situation where there could be subtle and not so subtle pressure on patients to accept that as being their lot,” he said.

A New Zealand media outlet reports that Jonquiere said he did not know why disabled people had come out so strongly against the legislation.

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In response, the euthanasia advocate made this alarming statement, Sometimes the only way to terminate the suffering is to take away the life.”

Calling it deliberate killing, Peterson said that NZMA members opposed voluntary euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide, “Just the straight-out ethical thing of doctors deliberately killing patients just doesn’t sit well with our members,” he said.

If the terms choice, drain on society, death with dignity, and mercy killing are familiar, that is because many on Margaret Sanger’s Birth Control League board in conjunction with the Eugenics Society helped found the first right-to-die organization back in 1938.

In fact, by 1952, Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger was open about her belief in Euthanasia. This 1952 letter from the Euthanasia Society of America clearly shows Margret Sanger on the American Advisory Board of the Euthanasia Society of America. Read more about Sanger and her supporters here.

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Planned Parenthood’s ties to group that supported Brittany Maynard’s “right-to-die”

Posted in Euthanasia, Euthanesia, Planned Parenthood and euthanasia with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 3, 2014 by saynsumthn

The right to die organization which supported Brittany Maynard’s decision to kill herself has ties to abortion giant Planned Parenthood.

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On New Year’s Day, Brittany Maynard was diagnosed with an aggressive form of terminal brain cancer. In April, Doctors told her that she only had six months left to live and she chose to move to Oregon, one of only five states that allow the a person to legally kill themselves with a doctor’s assistance.

In early October, Maynard announced her plans to die on Nov. 1, but then last week she seemed to change her mind on the exact date. In a news video released Wednesday, Maynard said she had not decided what day she would end her life, but she was determined to do it before she became too sick to die with dignity.

Sadly this weekend, 29 year-old Brittany Maynard, who became the public face of the controversial right-to-die movement over the last few weeks, ended her own life at her home in Portland, Oregon.

Maynard’s obituary was posted Sunday on The Brittany Maynard Fund website. The Brittany Maynard Fund, is an initiative of Compassion & Choices, a euthanasia organization and will now be used to advance so-called death with dignity laws nationwide.

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PLANNED PARENTHOOD CONNECTIONS:

Jaren_duckerSitting on the Board of Compassion and Choices is Jaren Ducker who has been board president for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains and is currently vice president of the Denver Convention Center Hotel Authority board. Ducker also received the Margaret Sanger Award for furthering abortion rights.

Rev.-Dr.-Ignacio-CastueraAnother board member from Planned Parenthood is the Rev. Dr. Ignacio Castuera. Dr. Castuera became the first National Chaplain for Planned Parenthood Federation of America before his retirement. He calls the “right to choose” at any point in a person’s life “sacred,” and is a co-author of Oregon’s first in the nation death-with-dignity law.

David GreenbergDavid Greenberg, Ph.D., sits on the Compassion and Choices advisory board and served as President and CEO of Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette, prior to taking his place on the right to die organization. According to his LinkedIn page, he also served as Board Member of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon, Board Member of Planned Parenthood Votes Washington and President and CEO Planned Parenthood of Delaware.

In 2013, the the New York affiliate of Compassion and Choices, welcomed Barry Ensminger to join their board. He had served as Executive Director of Planned Parenthood of New York City.

According to researcher, Rita Dillar, when Compassion and Choices, formerly The Hemlock Society, convened its June 2012 conference, former Planned Parenthood insider Theresa Connor was a featured speaker. She was public policy director for Planned Parenthood in Washington state for 15 years and instituted the research and strategy behind the 2001 Erickson v. Bartell case “that required employers’ insurance plans to cover prescription birth control under anti-discrimination laws.

I have researched and documented that the original right to die panels were formed by members of Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger‘s American Birth Control League an organization whose agenda was eugenics.

In addition, Sanger herself was open about her belief in Euthanasia. This 1952 letter from the Euthanasia Society of America clearly shows Margret Sanger on the American Advisory Board of the Euthanasia Society of America.

Euthenasia Society of America

Euthanasia groups have morphed under many names over the years and Planned Parenthood members remain involved in their promotion of the death ideology:

In 2012 PETER GOODWIN, MD ended his life in accordance with Oregon’s Measure 16 “Death with Dignity Act,” the landmark legislation that he helped craft and champion into law in 1997. Aside from publicly advocating for Measure 16, he served as chairman of the Oregon Death with Dignity Committee. He was also a member of the Planned Parenthood of Columbia/Willamette board.

In 1964, Evelyn Ames co-founded the Planned Parenthood Association of Nashville. She served as the organization’s southeastern representative for nine southern states, and on the executive committee of the national board of directors of Planned Parenthood-World Population. She was also a founder and member of the board of the Nashville chapter of Concern for Dying, an advocacy group for the right to die. Ames Davis died in 1993.

Esther Instebo delivered donations and filled fundraiser tables for Planned Parenthood and Washington politicians. Instebo pulled her friends into Democratic Party politics. Instebo worked with the euthanasia organization Compassion and Choices to qualify for help in dying under the state’s Death with Dignity law. Knowing that she had that option “greatly improved the quality of the last six months of her life because she knew she wouldn’t have to put up with what she was afraid of.”

Judge Napolitano, “Contraception services means contraception euthanasia and abortion” – EUGENICS!

Posted in Euthanesia, Margaret Sanger Children, ObamaCare, Planned Parenthood and Eugenics, Planned Parenthood and euthanasia with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 25, 2014 by saynsumthn

Written and researched by: Carole Novielli

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Yesterday Judge Andrew Napolitano was on the Megyn file discussing a case before the Supreme Court regarding whether the government can force business owners to pay for contraception and abortion pills in the Affordable Care Act. At stake is a business owner’s constitutional right to religious freedom.

Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood are the two family businesses making arguments before the Supreme Court this week.

Judge Napolitano told Megyn Kelly that, “Contraception services means contraception euthanasia and abortion.”

He explained that the Obama administration is taking two religious corporations to court one Catholic, one fundamentalist Christian who each say they do not spend money on abortion pills at the very least.

“If the Supreme Court rules yes on this case it will be a significant gutting of the Affordable Care Act
,” he points out.

The Judge’s statement that “Contraception services means contraception euthanasia and abortion” has angered the pro-choice side. and twitter is filling up with comments:

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Salon author KATIE MCDONOUGH, wrote this, “As everybody knows, Napolitano is completely wrong…As for the euthanasia claim, it’s hard to imagine how Napolitano made that jump since end-of-life care has nothing to do with contraception.”

But- I DISAGREE with McDonough that contraception and euthanasia are not connected!

And the Judge probably has no idea how true what he said is.

A short look back at the roots of abortion and euthanasia and you will see they were rooted in the same thing EUGENICS.

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And who is the queen of Eugenics? Margaret Sanger, abortion giant Planned Parenthood’s Founder!

Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger is known as a pioneer for birth control. But she was also a member of the American Eugenics Society and admitted that she gave a speech to the Klu Klu Klan. In her autobiography, she bragged that she received a dozen invites from the Klan for further speeches.

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But Eugenics, Birth Control, and Planned Parenthood are not Sanger’s only claim to fame.

By 1952, Margaret Sanger was open about her belief in Euthanasia. This 1952 letter from the Euthanasia Society of America clearly shows Margret Sanger on the American Advisory Board of the Euthanasia Society of America

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See here where Sanger is listed as Honorary Chairman of Planned Parenthood in their early years:
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In addition to Margaret Sanger who founded Planned Parenthood – the panel also shows other members of Sanger’s Boards and those associated with Planned Parenthood.

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Like Henry P. Fairchild a past president of the American Eugenics Society, a VP of Planned Parenthood;Henry Fairchild Eugenics PP

One of Fairchild’s most famous contributions was the development of the Planned Parenthood of America Federation, called the Birth Control Federation of America until 1942. There he served on the Board of Directors in 1932 and later the Vice President from 1939-1948. He also gave a well-known speech, “Race Building in a Democracy”, to the Birth Control Federation of America (BCFA) and the National Committee on Planned Parenthood during their annual meeting in 1940.

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Also listed is Harry Emerson Fosdick, who was a recipient of the Albert Lasker Awards Given by Planned Parenthood in 1953.

Henry H. Goddard is also listed and he was published in Margaret Sanger’s book, The Case for Birth Control.

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Also on the list is Samuel H Holmes. According to the film, Maafa21, in a 1929 speech, American eugenicist Samuel Holmes had proposed that mandatory birth control should be used as a tool to eliminate what he called the menace to the white race that had been created by increases in black population. His solution was to have a quota system in which the right to have a child would be controlled by the government and determined by race. At the time, Holmes was on the National Council of the American Birth Control League which would later become known as Planned Parenthood.

Frank L, Babbott is listed as a Vice President of this Euthanasia Society. Babbott was a founding member of the American Eugenics Society.

Frank H. Hankins – is listed on the Board of Director – more on his associations are listed later on.

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Clarence C . Little is also listed on the board of directors. Clarence Little was the president of the University of Michigan, a founding member of The American Eugenics Society, and a board member of the American Birth Control League which would later be known as Planned Parenthood. He was President of the International Fed of Birth Control League, Birth Control Federation President, on the Birth Control Review editorial board, A Birth Control Federation of America VP, and on the 1938 Citizen Committee for Planned Parenthood. Among other known Sanger associations.

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Charles Francis Potter was founder of the Humanist Society and in 1924 Margaret Sanger wrote an “Introduction for Charles Francis Potter.” Potter was active in the Rhode Island Maternal Health Association, which he served as medical director, as well as Planned Parenthood. He was a member of the American, Rhode Island, and Providence medical societies. In 1967, Dr. Potter was awarded the Margaret Sanger Medal by Planned Parenthood for outstanding service to family planning, after he served 11 years as medical director of its clinic.

President of the Euthanasia Society was Mrs. F Robertson Jones who was also on Margaret Sanger’s ABCL board.

We would later discover that RL Dickinson was President of the Euthanasia Society and Senior VP of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

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Euthanasia groups have morphed under many names over the years and Planned Parenthood members remain involved in their promotion of the death ideology:

In 2012 PETER GOODWIN, MD ended his life in accordance with Oregon’s Measure 16 “Death with Dignity Act,” the landmark legislation that he helped craft and champion into law in 1997. Aside from publicly advocating for Measure 16, he served as chairman of the Oregon Death with Dignity Committee. He was also a member of the Planned Parenthood of Columbia/Willamette board.

In 1964, Evelyn Ames co-founded the Planned Parenthood Association of Nashville. She served as the organization’s southeastern representative for nine southern states, and on the executive committee of the national board of directors of Planned Parenthood-World Population. She was also a founder and member of the board of the Nashville chapter of Concern for Dying, an advocacy group for the right to die. Ames Davis died in 1993.

Esther Instebo delivered donations and filled fundraiser tables for Planned Parenthood and Washington politicians. Instebo pulled her friends into Democratic Party politics. Instebo worked with the euthanasia organization Compassion and Choices to qualify for help in dying under the state’s Death with Dignity law. Knowing that she had that option “greatly improved the quality of the last six months of her life because she knew she wouldn’t have to put up with what she was afraid of.”

According to researcher, Rita Dillar, when Compassion and Choices, formerly The Hemlock Society, convened its June 2012 conference, former Planned Parenthood insider Theresa Connor was a featured speaker. She was public policy director for Planned Parenthood in Washington state for 15 years and instituted the research and strategy behind the 2001 Erickson v. Bartell case “that required employers’ insurance plans to cover prescription birth control under anti-discrimination laws.

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It is interesting how Margaret Sanger, founded in Eugenics, the American Eugenics Society, and members of the Planned Parenthood all helped establish euthanasia and so-called mercy-killing ideologies in America.

But…where did it begin?

In 1938, just a few years prior to the American Birth Control League (ABCL) changing its name to Planned Parenthood, which today is the largest abortion provider in the nation, a group of American Eugenics Society Members and members of Margaret Sanger’s American Birth Control League (ABCL) formed the National Society for the Legalization of Euthanasia.

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Heading this pro-euthanasia panel was a man by the name of Charles F. Potter who, in 1938 was also on the ABCL Committee for Planned Parenthood according to a February 1938, New York Times story.

Also on this board was Sidney Goldstein who sat on the American Birth Control League’s National Council and later was on Planned Parenthood’s Board of Directors.

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Another member was Frank H. Hankins who was a managing editor for Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger’s newsletter called the Birth Control Review. Hankins was also an American Eugenics Society member.

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Another more famous name who was sat on the advisory board of this panel was Julian Huxley, who was a recipient of a Planned Parenthood award.

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Mrs. F. Robertson Jones was also on this panel, she was an ABCL President, wrote for Sanger’s Birth Control Review, and was an honorary board member of Planned Parenthood-World Population and a Board of Director of Planned Parenthood.

ABCL Citizen’s Committee for Planned Parenthood member, Dr. Foster Kennedy, was also on the panel.

American Eugenics Society Member, Clarence Cook Little was the President of Margaret Sanger’s American Birth Control League (ABCL), at the same time he was on this pro-euthanasia panel.

Clarence Little was the president of the University of Michigan, a founding member of The American Eugenics Society, and a board member of the American Birth Control League which would later be known as Planned Parenthood. (Watch Maafa21)

Leon Whitney Acclaims Hitler

American Eugenics Society founder and friend to Margaret Sanger, Leon Whitney, also sat on this panel. Whitney advocated forced sterilization, was published in Sanger’s Birth Control Review, and openly praised Adolf Hitler for his Nazi effort.

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It appears that the purveyors of death have taken their fanaticism all the way from conception to end of life and no one is outside their bloody grips. Margaret Sanger’s eugenics ideology not only penetrates the womb thru Planned Parenthood and abortion but it reaches into hospitals and private residences with its euthanasia death grip on the elderly, infirmed, and weak for premature death. When you think about it, it all makes sense, after all- wasn’t that the agenda of Eugenics to start with?

Birth Control is tied to euthanasia thru eugenics.

As Ryan Bomberger, founder of the Radiance Foundation points out, “Margaret Sanger, made it abundantly clear what birth control was all about. Steeped in eugenic racism, her own definition of birth control’s main aim was (according to Chapter 18 of her self-penned Women And The New Race) “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.” Her misrepresented Birth Control Movement wasn’t about women’s rights; it was about ridding the world of human life that she deemed unworthy to exist.” ~ Ryan Bomberger.

Learn more about Sanger’s beliefs , watch Maafa21 http://www.maafa21.com

Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood’s death grip ranges from abortion to euthanasia

Posted in Euthanasia, Euthanesia, Margaret Sanger Euthanasia, Planned Parenthood Euthanasia with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 13, 2014 by saynsumthn

Written and Researched by Carole Novielli

Margaret Sanger Slee Pathes

Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger is known as a pioneer for birth control. But she was also a member of the American Eugenics Society and admitted that she gave a speech to the Klu Klu Klan. In her autobiography, she bragged that she received a dozen invites from the Klan for further speeches.

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But Eugenics, Birth Control, and Planned Parenthood are not Sanger’s only claim to fame.

By 1952, Margaret Sanger was open about her belief in Euthanasia. This 1952 letter from the Euthanasia Society of America clearly shows Margret Sanger on the American Advisory Board of the Euthanasia Society of America

Euthenasia Society of America

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See here where Sanger is listed as Honorary Chairman of Planned Parenthood in their early years:
Planned Parenthood letter formerly BCFA

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In addition to Margaret Sanger who founded Planned Parenthood – the panel also shows other members of Sanger’s Boards and those associated with Planned Parenthood.

Henry Pfairchild

Like Henry P. Fairchild a past president of the American Eugenics Society, a VP of Planned Parenthood;Henry Fairchild Eugenics PP

One of Fairchild’s most famous contributions was the development of the Planned Parenthood of America Federation, called the Birth Control Federation of America until 1942. There he served on the Board of Directors in 1932 and later the Vice President from 1939-1948. He also gave a well-known speech, “Race Building in a Democracy”, to the Birth Control Federation of America (BCFA) and the National Committee on Planned Parenthood during their annual meeting in 1940.

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Also listed is Harry Emerson Fosdick, who was a recipient of the Albert Lasker Awards Given by Planned Parenthood in 1953.

Henry H. Goddard is also listed and he was published in Margaret Sanger’s book, The Case for Birth Control.

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Holmes ABCL

Also on the list is Samuel H Holmes. According to the film, Maafa21, in a 1929 speech, American eugenicist Samuel Holmes had proposed that mandatory birth control should be used as a tool to eliminate what he called the menace to the white race that had been created by increases in black population. His solution was to have a quota system in which the right to have a child would be controlled by the government and determined by race. At the time, Holmes was on the National Council of the American Birth Control League which would later become known as Planned Parenthood.

Frank L, Babbott is listed as a Vice President of this Euthanasia Society. Babbott was a founding member of the American Eugenics Society.

Frank H. Hankins – is listed on the Board of Director – more on his associations are listed later on.

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Clarence C . Little is also listed on the board of directors. Clarence Little was the president of the University of Michigan, a founding member of The American Eugenics Society, and a board member of the American Birth Control League which would later be known as Planned Parenthood. He was President of the International Fed of Birth Control League, Birth Control Federation President, on the Birth Control Review editorial board, A Birth Control Federation of America VP, and on the 1938 Citizen Committee for Planned Parenthood. Among other known Sanger associations.

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Charles Francis Potter was founder of the Humanist Society and in 1924 Margaret Sanger wrote an “Introduction for Charles Francis Potter.” Potter was active in the Rhode Island Maternal Health Association, which he served as medical director, as well as Planned Parenthood. He was a member of the American, Rhode Island, and Providence medical societies. In 1967, Dr. Potter was awarded the Margaret Sanger Medal by Planned Parenthood for outstanding service to family planning, after he served 11 years as medical director of its clinic.

President of the Euthanasia Society was Mrs. F Robertson Jones who was also on Margaret Sanger’s ABCL board.

We would later discover that RL Dickinson was President of the Euthanasia Society and Senior VP of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

RL Dickinson

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Euthanasia groups have morphed under many names over the years and Planned Parenthood members remain involved in their promotion of the death ideology:

In 2012 PETER GOODWIN, MD ended his life in accordance with Oregon’s Measure 16 “Death with Dignity Act,” the landmark legislation that he helped craft and champion into law in 1997. Aside from publicly advocating for Measure 16, he served as chairman of the Oregon Death with Dignity Committee. He was also a member of the Planned Parenthood of Columbia/Willamette board.

In 1964, Evelyn Ames co-founded the Planned Parenthood Association of Nashville. She served as the organization’s southeastern representative for nine southern states, and on the executive committee of the national board of directors of Planned Parenthood-World Population. She was also a founder and member of the board of the Nashville chapter of Concern for Dying, an advocacy group for the right to die. Ames Davis died in 1993.

Esther Instebo delivered donations and filled fundraiser tables for Planned Parenthood and Washington politicians. Instebo pulled her friends into Democratic Party politics. Instebo worked with the euthanasia organization Compassion and Choices to qualify for help in dying under the state’s Death with Dignity law. Knowing that she had that option “greatly improved the quality of the last six months of her life because she knew she wouldn’t have to put up with what she was afraid of.”

According to researcher, Rita Dillar, when Compassion and Choices, formerly The Hemlock Society, convened its June 2012 conference, former Planned Parenthood insider Theresa Connor was a featured speaker. She was public policy director for Planned Parenthood in Washington state for 15 years and instituted the research and strategy behind the 2001 Erickson v. Bartell case “that required employers’ insurance plans to cover prescription birth control under anti-discrimination laws.

Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood Hero

It is interesting how Margaret Sanger, founded in Eugenics, the American Eugenics Society, and members of the Planned Parenthood all helped establish euthanasia and so-called mercy-killing ideologies in America.

But…where did it begin?

In 1938, just a few years prior to the American Birth Control League (ABCL) changing its name to Planned Parenthood, which today is the largest abortion provider in the nation, a group of American Eugenics Society Members and members of Margaret Sanger’s American Birth Control League (ABCL) formed the National Society for the Legalization of Euthanasia.

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Heading this pro-euthanasia panel was a man by the name of Charles F. Potter who, in 1938 was also on the ABCL Committee for Planned Parenthood according to a February 1938, New York Times story.

Also on this board was Sidney Goldstein who sat on the American Birth Control League’s National Council and later was on Planned Parenthood’s Board of Directors.

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Another member was Frank H. Hankins who was a managing editor for Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger’s newsletter called the Birth Control Review. Hankins was also an American Eugenics Society member.

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Another more famous name who was sat on the advisory board of this panel was Julian Huxley, who was a recipient of a Planned Parenthood award.

Huxley PP Award

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Mrs. F. Robertson Jones was also on this panel, she was an ABCL President, wrote for Sanger’s Birth Control Review, and was an honorary board member of Planned Parenthood-World Population and a Board of Director of Planned Parenthood.

ABCL Citizen’s Committee for Planned Parenthood member, Dr. Foster Kennedy, was also on the panel.

American Eugenics Society Member, Clarence Cook Little was the President of Margaret Sanger’s American Birth Control League (ABCL), at the same time he was on this pro-euthanasia panel.

Clarence Little was the president of the University of Michigan, a founding member of The American Eugenics Society, and a board member of the American Birth Control League which would later be known as Planned Parenthood. (Watch Maafa21)

Leon Whitney Acclaims Hitler

American Eugenics Society founder and friend to Margaret Sanger, Leon Whitney, also sat on this panel. Whitney advocated forced sterilization, was published in Sanger’s Birth Control Review, and openly praised Adolf Hitler for his Nazi effort.

ABCL and Euthenasia

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It appears that the purveyors of death have taken their fanaticism all the way from conception to end of life and no one is outside their bloody grips. Margaret Sanger’s eugenics ideology not only penetrates the womb thru Planned Parenthood and abortion but it reaches into hospitals and private residences with its euthanasia death grip on the elderly, infirmed, and weak for premature death. When you think about it, it all makes sense, after all- wasn’t that the agenda of Eugenics to start with?

Church of Euthanasia – abortion a “religious sacrament” originates from Margaret Sanger’s American Birth Control League

Posted in American Birth Control League, American Eugenics Society, Euthanasia, Euthanesia, Margaret Sanger Euthanasia with tags , , , , , , , , on October 4, 2013 by saynsumthn

A story published in Life News writer Kristen Hatten reveals that the “Church of Euthanasia” Calls Abortion a Religious “Sacrament”

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Hatten writes, Every once in a while, somebody new – maybe somebody young and impressionable – finds out about the Church of Euthanasia, and thinks it’s a little bit awesome. Or maybe a lot awesome.

Here is what the “church” has to say about abortion:
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It has become politically correct to be “pro-choice”, but the very euphemism itself reveals deep misgivings within the people who call themselves pro-choice. The Church of Euthanasia is not pro-choice. The Church of Euthanasia is pro-abortion.

“Sister Catherine” goes on to say that because people are too irresponsible for birth control, ”[t]he time has come for abortion to be encouraged as birth control.” The “sister” particularly loves RU486, calling surgical abortion “crude.” She adds: Where are all those fetuses going, anyway? Judging by the number of pro-life lunatics that manage to get hold of them, too many are winding up in dumpsters. How typically American! Let’s recycle those fetuses, by combining two of the pillars of the church. Fetus pate, anyone?

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Church of Euthanasia

The church’s one commandment is “Thou shalt not procreate.” A lot of people seem to have no trouble following this commandment and upholding the four pillars.
The Church currently has hundreds of card-carrying members who’ve taken the vow, plus clergy, directors, and thousands of “e-members” on the Internet. We have members as far away as Italy and Latvia, though the majority are still in the USA.

Hatten concludes, “How lucky for America. In case you’re thinking these are just a handful of wackos, be advised they link to several other “anti-humanist” organizations from their site, such as the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement and Gaia Liberation Front, whose philosophy is summed up as “the Humans must be completely exterminated, ASAP.”

Abortion a Sacred Right READ CREED HERE

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This attitude toward Euthanasia is not surprising given that it was formed by Margaret Sanger Gurus.

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In 1938, just a few years prior to the American Birth Control League (ABCL) changing its name to Planned Parenthood, which today is the largest abortion provider in the nation, a group of American Eugenics Society Members and members of Margaret Sanger’s American Birth Control League (ABCL) formed the National Society for the Legalization of Euthanasia.
ABCL EU

One Source here

Heading this pro-euthanasia panel was a man by the name of Charles F. Potter who, in 1938 was also on the ABCL Committee for Planned Parenthood according to a February 1938, New York Times story.

Also on this board was Sidney Goldstein who sat on the American Birth Control League’s National Council and later was on Planned Parenthood’s Board of Directors.

Old PP

Another member was Frank H. Hankins who was a managing editor for Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger’s newsletter called the Birth Control Review. Hankins was also an American Eugenics Society member.

AES Letterhead

Another more famous name who was sat on the advisory board of this panel was Julian Huxley, who was a recipient of a Planned Parenthood award.

Huxley PP Award

Mrs. F. Robertson Jones was also on this panel, she was an ABCL President, wrote for Sanger’s Birth Control Review, and was an honorary board member of Planned Parenthood-World Population and a Board of Director of Planned Parenthood.

ABCL Citizen’s Committee for Planned Parenthood member, Dr. Foster Kennedy, was also on the panel.

American Eugenics Society Member, Clarence Cook Little was the President of Margaret Sanger’s American Birth Control League (ABCL), at the same time he was on this pro-euthanasia panel. Clarence Little was the president of the University of Michigan, a founding member of The American Eugenics Society, and a board member of the American Birth Control League which would later be known as Planned Parenthood. (Watch Maafa21)

American Eugenics Society founder and friend to Margaret Sanger, Leon Whitney, also sat on this panel. Whitney advocated forced sterilization, was published in Sanger’s Birth Control Review, and openly praised Adolf Hitler for his Nazi effort.

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Later we see that Margaret Sanger actually signed onto a Euthanasia Society- as evidenced here:

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