Pro-Choice? It’s Really No-Choice

“The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” 
Margaret Sanger, Women and the New Race 
(Eugenics Publ. Co., 1920, 1923)

What you are about to see might make you ill, or at least re-think your position on abortion. The abortion racket became a lucrative sales industry feeding off of the emotions of young girls at the point of sale, and procedures were often being performed using un-sterlized and sometimes rusty instruments. Emergency hospital trips due to botched abortions were often falsified by attending physicians. In any case, there comes a point in a woman’s life that she realizes that she was (is) a mother, and she consented to murder her own child. The mental anguish for the mother must be unimaginable.

This movie explains the riches and motivations involved for abortion providers at an abortion mill, churning out 20-30 abortions per HOUR! It also reveals how young women who may or may not actually be pregnant have been confronted with a sales pitch to do “the right thing”. As long as their money is green.

Carol Everett, former abortion provider and clinic operator, speaks about abortion in the film Blood Money. Pick up the film narrated by Ms. Alveda King, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece at

Margaret Sanger is widely regarded as the founder of Planned Parenthood, and she was a self acknowledged Eugenist. Read more after the jump.

On the right of married couples to bear children:
Couples should be required to submit applications to have a child, she wrote in her “Plan for Peace.” Birth Control Review, April 1932

On mandatory sterilization of the poor:
One of Sanger’s greatest influences, sexologist/eugenicist Dr. Havelock Ellis (with whom she had an affair, leading to her divorce from her first husband), urged mandatory sterilization of the poor as a prerequisite to receiving any public aid. The Problem of Race Regeneration, by Havelock Ellis, p. 65, in Margaret Sanger: Father of Modern Society, p. 18. Ellis believed that any sex was acceptable, as long as it hurt no one. The Sage of Sex, A Life of Havelock Ellis, by Arthur Calder-Marshall, p. 88

Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood

Margaret Sanger: Eugenicist (1/3) – YouTube | The Truth About Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger, Founder of Planned Parenthood, In Her Own Words

We breed horses, cattle, chickens and other domesticated farm animals, and corn, beans, tomatoes and potatoes. This is known as stewardship and a good step for progress. Eugenics attempted to apply these principles in genetics to the human race. Going beyond Darwin’s theory, Eugenics simply stated that that inferior human specimens should not reproduce. Many in the eugenics movement extended that to race and progeny, such as Jews, blacks, Hungarian and Romainian gypsies, and those thought mentally ill or otherwise disabled.

While the eugenics theory was first advanced around 1860, Sanger signed on to it and founded what was to become Planned Parenthood around 1920, when the movement really took off.

Hitler advanced it further with his “final solution” during the later period of WWII. His gas-chamber targets were Jews, Gypsies, Blacks, and the handicapped.

Black abortions since Roe v. Wade in the US have been four times as great as white abortions expressed as percentage. Eugenics is alive and well today, and the sales pitch is simply disgusting.

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