The current focus on the plight of Elaine Riddick (a good friend of mine) brings to bear that the horizons of the Expose Eugenics as Genocide Movement are expanding. Case in point: Elaine was sterilized as part of the Eugenics Movement population control agenda in the 20th Century. (These same type of tactics are still occurring today by the way, only in secret. They are definitely being promoted in third world countries.)
Now, for the first time in our history, we are fighting several fronts of evil at the same time. Case in point: we are concurrently fighting against the human rights violations of coercing women to be sex slaves; fighting for the lives of babies in the womb; fighting to protect women from being coerced to have abortions; fighting for the rights of women to be free of deceptive advertising surrounding the harmful effects of taking or using harmful artificial abortafacets called birth control prescriptions; fighting to educate and inform women of the harmful effects of abortion and birth control chemicals including the links to breast cancer; fighting to educate men regarding the negative impact of abortion on their lives; the impact of the “Sexual Revolution” on the family; and most recently the conjoined impact of fluoride on the human reproductive process.
Please consider this. When you talk to any member of either of the above mentioned camps and tell them that the other issues are all a part of the bigger Eugenics picture, they will tell you that their issue is the most pressing issue and the other issues are peripheral. So, now that the peripherals are colliding, convergence is imminent.
Lately, Elaine has been in the news because, according to a CNN iReport, North Carolina, one of seven states that have issued apologies to the victims of forced sterilization programs, is considering compensating the victims.
Elaine testified before lawmakers on Wednesday June 22, 2011 in North Carolina as the states heard from several survivors out of the 7200 plus victims who were affected by North Carolina’s forced sterilization program that ran from 1933 through the 1970s. (see Elaine’s story)
I bring Elaine Riddick up because of Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood. Margaret Sanger is the founder of Planned Parenthood and a eugenicist. Margaret Sanger began the “Negro Project designed to sterilize unknowing black women and others she deemed as undesirables of society. The founder of Planned Parenthood said, “Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated”” according to BlackGenocide.org
Planned Parenthood continues the tradition of extermination of the Black population. With 78% of abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods, blacks are the target of Margaret Sanger’s eugenics agenda. A part of the plan was to enlist the help of Black ministers to help them.
“We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.” – Margaret Sanger
Planned Parenthood even offered the Margaret Sanger Award to my uncle, an award that was accepted by his wife who read a speech he did not write. I explain it all in Part 1 and Part 2 on my AAO website at Priests for Life.
Interestingly enough Planned Parenthood once advocated “Birth Control” water. Some scientific studies show that fluoride can be harmful to the human reproductive process. How’s that for a convergence. The Pro-life community meets the fluoride alert community.
To this day many in the Black Community continue to defend Planned Parenthood while still many others in the community don’t have any idea about the agenda of Planned Parenthood. But there are those, like Al Sharpton and Sister Song, who are in leadership positions that know of Planned Parenthood’s agenda but refuse to accept the facts and continue to back their play against people of color.
The Black Community needs to unite and let Planned Parenthood know that we have value, we matter and we will not stand by as they continue to kill our future generations.