The Planned Parenthood Eugenics Cult

The infiltration of liberal causes by eugenicist organizations like Planned Parenthood actively demoralized society by infecting the people’s minds with the malignant poison of nihilism.

Everyone remembers Sanger’s famous “Negro Project” which was a plan to seduce liberals into accepting their insane depopulation agenda.

Margaret Sanger wrote a letter in December 19, 1939 to Dr. Clarence Gamble of Proctor and Gamble, in regards to their ‘Negro Project’:

“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.”

Sanger is also famous for not thinking too kindly of anyone who wasn’t white. She was a favorite guest at klan meetings. She was very vocal about her views, like this famous quote from the April 1933 Birth Control Review:

“[Slavs, Latin, and Hebrew immigrants are] human weeds … a dead-weight of human waste … [Blacks, soldiers, and Jews are a] menace to the race.”

“Eugenic sterilization is an urgent need … We must prevent Multiplication of this bad stock.”

So, what happened after Margaret Sanger died? Did Planned Parenthood mend its ways, repent and become a divine inspiration of pure benevolence?

Planned Parenthood became a covert front for the elite eugenics agenda, convincing the world that killing babies was the liberal and responsible thing to do to “save the earth.”

The liberals were indoctrinated to believe that humanity is a parasite with liberal think tanks such as The Optimum Population Trust echoing early Sanger sentiments with statements claiming that people could reduce harmful effects on the environment “if couples had two children instead of three they could cut their family’s carbon dioxide output by the equivalent of 620 return flights a year between London and New York.”

The philosophy of this organization is really just an outgrowth of the “man as parasite” view espoused by the pseudo environmental movement which makes wild claims like “anthropogenic global warming” as a justification for the reduction of the secular humanist concept of the “carbon footprint.”

In the “Activities Relevant to the Study of Population Policy In The US” 1969 memorandum written by Frederick S. Jaffe to Bernard Berelson, president of the population council, an attack is outlined on the family unit.

The report proposes a covert agenda to decrease the world’s population through various means of social engineering. It offers an insidious array of criteria for “social constraints”, “economic deterrents”, and “social controls” to help reduce fertility, and discourage population growth. These areas of focus amount to radically altering the perception of what is considered a healthy family, and suggests the family is a destruction institution in modern society that must be dealt with in a hostile manner.

The memo instructs for the commencement of rigid economic policies to achieve the desired level of change such as: harsh taxes placed on families, and the withdrawal of any government subsidies such as public-funded medical care, scholarship programs, or housing assistance available to families, also the cessation of welfare for families with more than two children, and the removal of benefits for families such as paid maternity leave and tax exemptions.

Social changes would include removing women from the household into the workforce under the guise of liberation, children would be required to participate in compulsory education, the concept of marriage would be degraded as an antiquated ideal, increasingly encouraged homosexuality, and the agents to reduce fertility would be added to the water supply.

The social controls applied to the population would be compulsory abortions for out-of-wedlock pregnancies, making home ownership a taboo, making abortion, sterilization, and contraception medical rights; also having the state limit the ability for certain people to have children, stock certificates for children, and compulsory sterilizations for “all who would have two children and a few who would have three.”


5 thoughts on “The Planned Parenthood Eugenics Cult”

  1. Arguing that planned parenthood is pro-eugenics because one of its founders had some leanings that way is like arguing the US is pro-Slavery because many of the US founding fathers owned slaves and supported the right. States and organizations change, and the only reason to bury your head to that fact is to justify blind propaganda.

    1. No, there is no comparison. Planned Parenthood contines to be actively involved in eugenics. Their soft-kill operation, and liberal infiltration have become more sophisticated. The first part of the post highlights Sanger, but the rest provides documentation of the group’s plans for a massive social engineering campaign, which is clearly indicative of a depopulation effort that contrasts heavily with classical liberal values.

      1. Reading everything you’ve included from the 1969 memo that seems to apply to everyone: “all who would have two children.” Is there a part I’m missing where it clarifies that it is intended to alter the genetic pool?

        And do you have anything more recent than 1969? With a US median age of 37.6 (CIA) most people in this country weren’t even alive when that was written.

  2. The concern with the two child policy is that it is a symptom of a larger problem. It is the overt demonization of people through the projection of a false scarcity of resources and this ridiculous theory that babies are harming the earth through their potential “carbon footprint”. A group like planned parenthood dictates its perception of reality onto the public, implying that people cannot master their own destiny, while holding themselves
    to different standrds. The elite use organizations like planned parent to accomplish their long-term goals so it is not unreasonable to consider that the projections from a 1969 memo were barely coming to fruition.

    1. However you feel about the reality of scarcity, it is still not “eugenics”, a word that has a very specific meaning.

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