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Eugenics Founded Planned Parenthood and their relationships with George Soros’ Open Society

Posted in Planned Parenthood, Soros with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 3, 2010 by saynsumthn

The Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the advocacy and political arm of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, announced the addition of five members to its Board of Directors. The new members — Naomi Aberly, Joanne Egerman, Irma Esparza, Minyon Moore, and Michael Vachon


Naomi Aberly has been active in more than a dozen civic and political organizations, including Obama for America and Annie’s List. She is a fundraiser for Democratic candidates at all levels. She currently serves on the board of Planned Parenthood of North Texas and is the current chair of their capital campaign, and she is a former board member of the Texas Association of Planned Parenthood Affiliates.

According to BarackObama.com she was on the 2008 OBAMA PRESIDENTIAL NATIONAL FINANCE COMMITTEE

Capitol Inside reports that Naomi Aberly – As the chairman of the board at Annie’s List and one of the group’s largest donors, Aberly oversees a group that’s contributed more money to Democratic candidates in Texas in recent years than any organization that’s not funded exclusively by trial lawyers. Annie’s List has played a key role in electing a significant number of Democratic candidates who are women to legislative and local offices – and Aberly is a big reason why the group has had so much cash to spend since its inception in 2003. Aberly, who’s donated several hundred thousand dollars to the Texas Democratic Trust as well, is a Detroit native who moved to Dallas after graduating from Amherst College to take a job in the retail industry with Neiman Marcas. She gravitated into the political arena after going to work as a volunteer at the North Texas chapter of Planned Parenthood before eventually ascending to the job as the chairman of the non-profit group’s board of directors. She raised significant sums of money for Barack Obama and now she’s doing the same for Bill White in his campaign for governor.

Joanne Egerman serves on the board of the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts and on both the New England and the National boards of the Anti-Defamation League, as well the Executive Committees of both. She is also on the board of Mass Equality, an LGBT advocacy organization.

Irma Esparza has nearly two decades of experience in federal and local government and political campaigns. She is the chief of staff for Washington, DC, At-Large City Councilmember Kwame Brown and previously launched an issue advocacy organization on behalf of the American Federation of State and County Municipal Employees.

Minyon Moore heads the state and local affairs practice at the Dewey Square Group, one of the leading public affairs firms in the nation. Previously she was CEO of the Democratic National Committee, assistant to President Bill Clinton, director of White House Political Affairs and director of White House Public Liaison.

Moore was the principal political adviser to President Clinton, Vice President Gore, First Lady Hilary Clinton and senior White House staff. Before joining the Clinton Administration, Moore was national political director for the Democratic National Committee during the 1996 election cycle. In conjunction with the Democratic Congressional and Senatorial Campaign Committees, and the Democratic Governor’s Association..She was the National Deputy Field Director for Reverend Jackson and served as Convention Coordinator for the Jackson campaign. During the 1988 general election, she was Governor Michael Dukakis’ National Deputy Field Director.

Michael Vachon is an advisor to George Soros. Previously he was communications director at the Commonwealth Fund. He serves on the board of the Democracy Alliance and other organizations and is an adjunct associate professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

According to his bio: Michael Vachon is Advisor to the Chairman at Soros Fund Management (SFM). Vachon serves as spokesperson for the Fund and for Mr. Soros personally. He advises Mr. Soros and other executive on media relations and external affairs and acts as Mr. Soros’s chief-of-staff for special projects, including overseeing Mr. Soros’s political contributions.

Prior to joining SFM, Vachon was director of communications and a member of the executive committee of The Commonwealth Fund, one of the nation’s oldest private foundations. He previously served as director of communications at the Open Society Institute and the Soros foundation network, and worked for several years as a financial journalist.

Vachon holds a Master of International Affairs from SIPA.

In addition- Some currently with Soros’ Open Society worked formerly with Planned Parenthood. According to the Open Society website:

David Berry Open Society’s Senior Officer of Communications previously worked as Director of Communications and Development at People for the American Way, where he was responsible for all external communications and fundraising for the New York office. He has also worked for Planned Parenthood Federation, the Wallace Foundation and the Hispanic Federation of New York City.

And…

Rachel Pecker, Open Society’s program associate for the Democracy and Power Fund, was a legal assistant at the Center for Reproductive Rights. While there, she was part of the litigation teams working on Gonzales v. Carhart (in which the Supreme Court overturned the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit’s decision and upheld the first-ever federal abortion ban) and Tummino, et al. vs. von Eschenbach (which challenged the Food and Drug Administration’s failure to approve emergency contraception better known as the “abortion pill”). Her experience also includes internships and work for the Brooklyn Juvenile Rights Division of the NY Legal Aid Society, ACORN, Planned Parenthood, and the Brooklyn Cyclones.

Currently, Planned Parenthood is publishing articles like: Contraception Counts which Credits Reads: This Facts in Brief was made possible by support from the Open Society Institute and The David and Lucile Packard Foundation.


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