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Barack Obama: Minister of Planned Parenthood

Margaret Sanger Would Have Loved Barack Obama

By Rev. Clenard H. Childress Jr.,
March 5, 2008

Revelations of eugenic ideology and the racist practices of Planned Parenthood are unfolding more and more.
The public is just beginning to believe what people of conscience have known long ago: Planned Parenthood has diabolically perpetrated their murderous plot to surgically eliminate those they deem undesirable. In other words: kill the babies of unsuspecting minority women by aborting their children. Then, tell them this is a "good thing" for you and your people. No other ethnic group in the United States has been decimated more by abortion than the Afro-American community. The war being waged upon innocent captives in the womb is led by Planned Parenthood.
The strategy:
Convince the targeted community to accept their eugenic racist plan by selecting one from their ethnicity to promote it. One of Planned Parenthood's earliest known projects was in 1939. It was called the “Negro Project” -- a project designed to control the birth of "human weeds" which was how Margaret Sanger referred to colored people; a project designed to introduce abortion, sterilization and different forms of birth control. This is what a co-eugenic wrote to Margaret Sanger to make sure the "Negro Project" was a success:
Clarence Gamble, heir of Proctor and Gamble, wrote a memorandum in November, 1939 entitled: "Suggestions for the Negro Project." In the letter he suggested black leaders “be placed in positions where it would appear they were in charge."
This is a letter to Clarence Gamble, from Margaret Sanger, in which she wrote,
"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."
For those of you that don't know, Barack Obama became a "minister" of Planned Parenthood a long time ago. He's so good at carrying out their racist, murderous, agenda against Afro-Americans and society at large, they gave him a 100% score on his voting record. Planned Parenthood is following the strategy of their racist founder, Margaret Sanger, to the letter. Planed Parenthood is saying, “We have our poster boy! Get him out in front as a lure for their women and men. Get them into our abortion clinics and dismember their children by the millions!” You say absurd? No Way! Planned Parenthood’s Valentine cards were sent out to hundreds of thousands of young people in the nation. Whose face is plainly seen waving to them with a big smile? Whose endorsement is given to this racist and calloused organization? Who is used to lure children to give credibility to its hideous plot? Barack Obama, that's who!
On July 17, 2007, Barack Obama said the following before the Planned Parenthood Action Fund:
"Thank You, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you! ($) Thanks to all of you at Planned Parenthood for all the work that you are doing for women all across the country and for families all across the country-and for men who have enough sense to realize you are helping them, all across the country. I want to thank Cecile Richards (national president of Planned Parenthood) for her extraordinary leadership. I am happy to see so many good friends here today, including Steve Trombley and Pam Sutherland from my home state of Illinois. We had a number of battles down in Springfield from many years and it's wonderful to see that they are here today"
The first friend mentioned is, Cecile Richards, who he commends for extraordinary leadership in killing babies who are disproportionately black.
The second is, Steve Trombley, who is the president of Planned Parenthood Chicago. You can imagine how many of our young women have been victimized and whose pre-born children were killed under his supervision. His third friend he mentions is, Pam Sutherland. She is the State CEO of Planned Parenthood for Illinois. America needs to know how much these folks were, and continue today, to be in the head and actions of Senator Barack Obama. How much did he compromise his own values?
I choose here to quote Dr. Martin Luther King from his last Sunday sermon before his death:
"There comes a time when one must take the position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must do it because conscience tells him it is right. I believe today that there is a need for all people of goodwill to come with a massive act of conscience and say in the words of the old Negro Spiritual, ‘We ain't goin' study war no more.’"
This is the challenge facing modern man.
When the challenge came to Barack Obama to call on conscience, he refused. What most Americans would say no to, he chooses to say, yes to! He refused to do what The Dream called for: to allow your conscience to tell you what is right and what would be wrong. You may ask, why, but always remember this observation: Abortion is a lot like slavery; if it was not lucrative, it would not have been legal!
Pam Sutherland ... of ... Illinois Planned Parenthood ... told ABC News, "We worked with him specifically on his strategy. The Republicans were in control of the Illinois Senate at the time. They loved to hold votes on 'partial birth' and 'born alive.' They put these bills out all the time because they wanted to pigeonhole Democrats. ..."
Let me interpret. We, Planned Parenthood, told him what to say, and how to say it, so we could continue to kill infants; babies, just a few inches from birth, and those completely out of the womb that we missed! Our "colored minister" was well prepared by Planned Parenthood. Partial Birth abortion -- which I will not describe here -- but know that 80% of Americans don't want this barbaric act practiced in this country – Barack Obama voted to keep legal! The Born Alive Victims Act is a law to protect a child that was born alive after a botched abortion; a law that would require that the child would receive medical assistance. Barack Obama voted against it! Yes. Barack Obama, with an "engaging personality" is being used by the leading abortion provider in the United States to promote and execute infanticide of predominately minority babies!
And what are most Afro-Americans saying? "Yes We Can! Yes We Can! Yes We Can!" They are ignoring conscience. They are ignoring The Dream!
“I have a Dream, that one day, my four little children, will live in a world where that they won't be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character ….”
Yes, I believe it would be wonderful to have a Black man as president, but it's more important for there to be, God's man as president, and that his character would reflect my values; values reflected in the 10 Commandments and our Declaration of Independence. While most African-Americans are applauding him for the color of his skin, they have failed to look at closely the content of his character.
Another quote from Dr. Martin Luther King that would be so appropriate here is, “The Negro cannot win if he chooses to sacrifice the future of his children for immediate comfort and safety." It is now imperative we all hear the words of this great Prophet of God. It is obvious we must reject the “Barack Obamas” who have placed us in great danger by their ideologies, a position Martin Luther King warned us we cannot expect to win! Can we trust Barack Obama's judgment? I think not.
Yes, Margaret Sanger would love Barack Obama …. Her protégés certainly do.
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Old 10-08-2008, 02:15 AM   #31
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It's a function of the human body and external inputs. We understand it perfectly. It is, by every definition I've ever read, NOT a miracle.

I bet every planet in the solar system would disagree with you.
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Old 10-08-2008, 02:15 AM   #32
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See what you just said has always been my main issue with the overly religious. If you wanna have your view that's great you can do that and I have no problem with that, where I have a problem is when they want everyone else to live by their ideals.

Live life the way you want but keep your shit to yourself and don't try to force it upon me, that's all I ask.
Yea, I would agree with that. It seems like a silly thing that doesn't make sense but a lot of times I feel wary of the religious types "when they seem like they want to win". I don't know if anyone else connects with that.

I haven't really been involved in a lot of religious conversations on here. I used to be. I saw a problem with the expansion of religious conservatism creeping into places I thought it shouldn't be at. I think there was a pretty large reaction to that and it hasn't been as big of deal IMO.

On the flip side though anti religion zealots can be just as bad. For the life of me, I can't understand why irishjayhawk can't just relax and let people believe how they see fit. Going out of his way to attack people that don't really have any of those "in your face" muscular christianity, screw science type messages.
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I bet every planet in the solar system would disagree with you.
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Its 3 am and I'm drinking Mountain Dew weird shit is bound to happen.
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We have differing views on this. That's alright. I respect life. I view it is a miracle. You obviously don't. That's fine. That's your POV. It is not right in my eyes nor anything you say or do will change that.
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The moment I started to get really fed up with it was when people voted for President based on religion, I'm sorry that shouldn't matter should it? Then I watched an entire party basically turn it's base line into the religious right. And then act like if you aren't a Republican you must be an atheist because they are the party of God.

I'm basically an atheist myself but I don't ask anyone else to believe that and I ask for the same respect back that is all. No telling me I'm going to hell or I need to be saved. They can believe what they want same as me just stop trying convert me, why do people always want to do that?

I personally think religion should play 0 role in politics but hey what do I know right?
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We have differing views on this. That's alright. I respect life. I view it is a miracle. You obviously don't. That's fine. That's your POV. It is not right in my eyes nor anything you say or do will change that.
I'm happy I've avoided this miracle me with kids is not something I want to think about.
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The moment I started to get really fed up with it was when people voted for President based on religion, I'm sorry that shouldn't matter should it? Then I watched an entire party basically turn it's base line into the religious right. And then act like if you aren't a Republican you must be an atheist because they are the party of God.

I'm basically an atheist myself but I don't ask anyone else to believe that and I ask for the same respect back that is all. No telling me I'm going to hell or I need to be saved. They can believe what they want same as me just stop trying convert me, why do people always want to do that?

I personally think religion should play 0 role in politics but hey what do I know right?
I don't even have a problem someone voting for president based on religion. Not how I go about it but that is still is filed under...your life...do it as you please...
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I'm happy I've avoided this miracle me with kids is not something I want to think about.
That's how I used to think before I had kids.
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That's how I used to think before I had kids.
What am I gonna do with a kid? "lets drink mountain dew and play football on Xbox till 3 am!"
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How is it the pro lifers are also pro death penalty how's that make sense?
Or how is it that people like KCJohnny are pro-killing hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi civilians including women, children, and unborn babies?

Pro-life, my ass. Anti-abortion, maybe, but not pro-life.
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Or how is it that people like KCJohnny are pro-killing hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi civilians including women, children, and unborn babies?

Pro-life, my ass. Anti-abortion, maybe, but not pro-life.
Does it really surprise you? Look how many people have been killed and persecuted in the name of "Christianity".
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You are the poster child for the affect of abortion: your apathy demonstrates that Planned Parenthood and NARAL have succeeded in making the most violent, evil act of murder against the most harmless, defenseless people among us nothing more than an empty stat. By destroying THE foundational relationship of the human family (mother and child), you coarsen all consequent human relations and open the doors to all manner of hateful and perverse pathologies.

Abortion is the murder of a innocent human baby. Process that.
The foundational relationship of the human family is destroyed when children are subjected to poverty, malnourishment, violence, and polluted environments while being denied equal access to quality medical care and a quality education.

If you really cared about the fundamental relationship of the family you wouldn't support political positions that subject children to conditions that are detrimental to their livelihood and their general welfare. All you care about is making sure they make it into the world as fodder. What happens to those defenseless children after that is of no consequence to you or the politicians that you idolize. Your positions are hypocritical, IMO.

Also, invading and occupying a sovereign nation that did nothing to us, and hence, being responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people (including women, children, and unborn babies) is murder, too. But that's all good with you.
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Yea, I would agree with that. It seems like a silly thing that doesn't make sense but a lot of times I feel wary of the religious types "when they seem like they want to win". I don't know if anyone else connects with that.

I haven't really been involved in a lot of religious conversations on here. I used to be. I saw a problem with the expansion of religious conservatism creeping into places I thought it shouldn't be at. I think there was a pretty large reaction to that and it hasn't been as big of deal IMO.

On the flip side though anti religion zealots can be just as bad. For the life of me, I can't understand why irishjayhawk can't just relax and let people believe how they see fit. Going out of his way to attack people that don't really have any of those "in your face" muscular christianity, screw science type messages.

yep-on all points!
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