Episode 6 with Catherine Davis
What were the objectives of Margaret Sanger and her beliefs in population control and eugenics?
Margaret Sanger believed abortion would be a powerful tool for minority population control and a better society because populations of “inferior” peoples would be decreased.
Planned Parenthood has reached a staggering and overwhelming 60 million abortions, with one-third of those being black children.
The History of Planned Parenthood
Margaret Sanger, teamed up with Mr. Gamble of Proctor and Gamble Corporation to found the Negro Project. The purpose of this "project" was to advertize and promote sterilization and birth control in black communities.
The rationale and justification behind the Negro Project stemmed from the practice of eugenics, which is the “improvement” of the human species by selective practices which aim to increase the population of a “better race.” The elites of society felt that only 10% of the African-American population are well-born, in other words, only 1 out of every 10 black children born are suitable enough to be alive.
Where are Abortion Centers Located?
A recent study has been done revealing the location of planned parenthood facilities. An astounding 79% of all planned parenthood surgical facilities have been placed within 2 miles of black/hispanic neighborhoods.
Skin Colorism vs. Racism
Racism is a charged word we hear almost every day, though racism does not truly exist because there is only one race, the human race.
"Skin colorism" is the favoring of one's skin color over the morals and values exibited by the other. In other words, someone chooses to accept or hate another individual based on their skin color rather than who they are as a person.
The confusion of words and hate towards one another has dramatically increased division today rather than bringing us together. But God made us in His image and likeness. God said to Noah that he will be known by the nation, clan, and tongue where he came from. It had absolutely nothing to do with his social class, hair color, skin color, the car he drives, how large his home is.
Catherine Davis speaking on Margaret Sanger, population control, and the black community