margaret sanger
Margaret Sanger, Founder of Planned Parenthood

By Paul E. Rondeau

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the largest private abortion business in the world, is celebrating its 96th anniversary today.  Planned Parenthood promotes itself as a leader in women’s health. In reality, PPFA has managed to end the lives of over 6,000,000 human beings in its own facilities since 1970. And, during that same time, it collected over $6 billion in taxpayer money. It is the abortion superstore, committing 27 percent of all abortions in the United States in 2010-over 329,000, according to its own report.

Today, a new study by Protect Black Life shows that 79 percent of PPFA surgical abortion facilities are located within walking distance of African American or Hispanic/Latino neighborhoods, contributing to the dismaying statistic that black abortions are 300 percent higher per capita than whites. This is no surprise to pro-life African-American leaders, whom the mainstream media and politicians avoid whenever possible-especially in this election year.

Margaret Sanger, a member of the American Eugenics Society, stated in her 1932 Plan for Peace that persons from “dysgenic groups” should be given their choice of sterilization or confinement on a farm for the rest of their lives. She saw minorities and the poor as “weeds” that needed to be controlled. Is this why Obamacare contributes another $1 billion to abortions and puts Planned Parenthood into schools?

A world without Planned Parenthood? That would be a celebration.

Paul E. Rondeau is the Executive Director of American Life League

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  1. Hmmm… interesting article. However, I would steer away from judging an organization on what it was based on almost a hundred years ago. As you’ve noted, it has changed over time, making a large shift in the 70s, but it has also changed since then. It is no longer just an abortion factory, but offers other services. I agree with your stance on abortion, and so, instead of shutting down the Planned Parenthood Federation completely or cursing Obamacare maybe we ought to revisit the types of services these institutions should offer. I would say the biggest issue here is poverty (being linked to disadvantaged african american or hispanic neighbourhoods) and therefore low education (not solely academic but about life in general, this includes contraceptive use and abstinence even!).

    So before we jump on the bashing and demonizing wagons, we should propose alternatives… realistic alternatives. Solely preaching a conservative gospel on what kids and people should and shouldn’t do in terms of their sexuality will not suffice. You need to educate them in ways that will not lead to abortions.

    🙂 Nonetheless, very insightful article and good topic. God bless!

  2. The sad irony of course is that this “women’s health” organization has probably taken the lives of 3 million women (in utero) over the course of its existence.

  3. It is a mystery to me why some blacks are so intent on supporting the extermination of their race, and some women are so intent on exterminating females, as in reality, this is the first and most basic premise of the abortion lobby.

  4. There are black ministers waking up to the evil ways of PP. You can search Youtube for a great 3 min. video by Bishop E.W. Jackson as he speaks to black Christians.

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