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Jewish World Review
April 28, 2011
/ 24 Nissan, 5771
Planned Parenthood strikes back
In a predictable sequence of events, Planned Parenthood has struck back.
The President/CEO of the Tri-Rivers Planned Parenthood, Inc. of Rolla ,
MO , Teri Stubblefield, sent a letter to the editor of the Rolla Daily News
regarding my column(s) on abortion and Planned Parenthood’s admitted
and enthusiastic participation in same. The most recent column was titled,
“Planned Parenthood’s Focus on Black Babies” (also in JWR).
Ms. Stubblefield’s missive was off topic: projecting racism and sexism on
me instead of placing the blame where it’s truly deserved—Planned
Ms. Stubblefield’s attempt at defaming me is ironic. If there’s one thing
that’s indisputable about my columns, it’s that I’m pro-life for all babies:
black and white, female and male, mentally or physically handicapped.
As to black women, it’s my opinion they are not given the encouragement to
give birth that a white woman might get. Planned Parenthood only places 1
in 135 babies up for adoption. Since their facilities, according to multiple
sources, are overwhelmingly in minority neighborhoods, this involves a lot
of black babies. While blacks represent 12% of the population, 36% of
all abortions are performed on black women.
I’m objecting to Planned Parenthood’s morally degrading and devastating
actions. They’ve been ripping babies up in the womb for the last 38 years
and then trashing their remains as just so much garbage. More than 50
million babies have been killed this way by PP and others, since Roe V
Wade in 1973.
I pointed out the special eugenic purpose towards blacks of Margaret
Sanger, the acknowledged founder of Planned Parenthood. Simply put,
she wanted to euthanize “Negroes,” a race she claimed was inferior.
Sanger’s “Negro Project” was the working model in her quest to cull the
“negro” to make room for the superior races.
Sound familiar? Google Sanger and her hero, Malthus. Then do the same
for Adolf Hitler. Hitler took it to mean one should murder enemies of the
state, like Jews and the inferior or genetically deficient, such as the physically
or mentally deformed, Gypsies and those who politically disagreed with him.
That goal for a supreme race cost the world its European Jews and about
60 million others in WW2.
Why so much animus from PP? Because (more irony) their livelihood
depends on their ability to keep aborting babies. Planned Parenthood claims
they don’t use taxpayer dollars for abortions, but many don’t believe it.
They have about $350 million taxpayer dollars on the line this year and they
don’t want to lose it.
This just in: Canada has just discontinued its funding of
Things Ms. Stubblefield didn’t refute about my articles:
* Margaret Sanger is the founder of Planned Parenthood and according
to Ms. Stubblefield said “…things that were wrong.”
* “We have become victims of genocide at our own hands.” The
Reverend Johnny M. Hunter, Columbus day, 1999.
* Sanger was a eugenicist who believed in culling the numbers of inferior
races, including blacks.
* The Detroit black population dropped 25% and blacks are no longer
a majority in DC.
* According to blackgenocide.org, black women are only having 1.97
babies per woman. The replacement rate is 2.1 babies per woman.
Sanger’s goals are being achieved.
* "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,
12/9/39 (only 71 years ago, not 100)
* From 2008 through 2010, PP contributed $614,542 to Congressional
Dems to $9,000 for Repubs.
A picture in the post office is worth
a thousand subpoenas
Look, I’m not here to castigate anyone. Many people who believed in the
PC code word “prochoice” have figured out there was something missing
-- the choice of the weakest amongst us, the baby.
Here are a few examples:
*Pulitzer Prize Winner and fellow JWR writer Paul Greenberg was a
pro choicer—until he wrote about Bernard Nathanson, MD. Dr.
Nathanson committed 75,000 abortions by his own count. In fact,
he demonstrated for abortion rights. He believed in what he was doing--
until--until--equipment was invented so that he could see, via ultrasound,
exactly what he was doing to those babies and how they fought back in
their losing struggle to live. Dr. Nathanson immediately stopped performing
abortions and spent the rest of his life crusading for life. His 1984 film,
The Silent Scream shows a baby of 13 weeks fighting for his life during
an actual abortion and shouting an unheard cry. BTW, Greenberg has
become a pro-lifer, too.
*Abbey Johnson was a proud employee of Planned Parenthood. She
treasured helping poor women with healthcare they may not have gotten
otherwise. Abbey was a believer in woman’s reproductive rights, including
abortion. In fact, Ms. Johnson was chosen as the 20
08 Planned Parenthood
Employee of the Year. Yep, she was one of them—until—until--like
Dr. Nathanson, Abbey witnessed a 13 week old baby putting up a struggle
as he/she was being murdered in the womb. She resigned from Planned
Parenthood the next day and is counseling women and families on choosing
life, not death.
*Melissa Ohden is an abortion survivor. Her case was documented in
my recent JWR column titled, Mommy, stop them from killing me!
Melissa’s abortion failed. Taken out of her mom for dead, she only lived
because a nurse saw her barely moving and grunting in an attempt to
breathe. She lived to find out about her ordeal and council pregnant women
to get help and to opt for the very essence of humanity, life, not death, of
their babies. She insisted her daughter be born in the same hospital she
The one thing I never understood is that some will scream and shout against
the death penalty of someone who is a mass child murderer on the outside
and yet, promote and defend mass baby murderers on the inside of the womb.
Ms. Stubblefield, the rationalization of “choice” gives no credibility to the
baby’s stature as a human.
I think it should be mandatory that you and all of your employees witness
an abortion via the enhanced ultrasound.
Some have claimed that abortion is only 3% of your Planned
Parenthood’s business. If this is the case, why bother? Drop it! Even I’d
vote to help fund you to give health services to poor women.
One more thing.
Ms. Stubblefield. Did your mother make the right decision when she opted
not to abort you?
If you are a pregnant woman, or a concerned father, there is a choice. Call
your local pregnancy resource center. If one is not available call a clergyman.
I can almost guarantee you’ll get the help you need to give the gift you
were meant to give—life.
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