Birth Control is not contraception indiscriminately and thoughtlessly practiced. It means the release and cultivation of the better racial elements in our society, and the gradual suppression, elimination and eventual extirpation of defective stocks — those human weeds which threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization. ~Margaret Sanger, April 8, 1923, New York Times
Hattip to co-blogger Paul Zummo.
Planned Parenthood Worse Than Murder Inc. has a long history of targeting blacks. And the beat goes on in the blood money industry:
Leading Ohio abortion provider Preterm launched a new campaign this week “invit[ing] our community to reflect on the powerful role that abortion plays in people’s lives.” According to their “My Abortion, My Life” website, they asked themselves:
“What does abortion really mean to people? What is abortion?” But we couldn’t choose just one answer.
Preterm’s 16 “answers” to the “What is abortion?” question are featured on billboards supposedly “throughout Cleveland.”
Good medicine? For whom??
Preterm says each billboard:
“highlight[s] the variety of ways abortion is important to our lives. Abortion may be many things, but one thing it isn’t is one size fits all. Abortion is all of the above!”
But to whom is abortion important? To whom is it necessary and good medicine? An article in Cleveland.com says the purpose of the campaign is to “shift the public conversation on abortion away from the black-and-white political rhetoric.”
According to local talk radio host Darvio Morrow and others, the billboards are placed almost exclusively in black neighborhoods.
“They are outright targeting black people and trying to put a happy face on abortion. I am appalled by this.”