House Republicans Strike a Blow Against Democratic Party’s War on Children

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When the Republican-controlled House passed a bill Tuesday, aimed at preventing the murder of the unborn, they struck a blow against the Democratic Party’s war on children. Now that the Democratic Party is, in fact, the Progressive (read Socialist) Party, they believe that they should have the power over life and death; that they should get to decide who does, and does not, have the right to life.

The Progressive movement locked its claws into the Democratic Party many years ago. With the election of their stooge, Barack Obama, they finally achieved their mission of completely taking over the party. They bring with them the same ideals that explain the mutual admiration that they once shared with the German Nazi movement; A desire for complete control over the lives of every citizen; a determination to indoctrinate the youth, in order to ensure ‘support’ for their agenda, in perpetuity and, most disturbingly, the twisted notions of social and genetic engineering. One thing that Progressives are determined to do is control population growth and determine who is and isn’t permitted to give birth.

When Margaret Sanger, pioneering Progressive and rabid racist, founded Planned Parenthood, she did so with the expressed intention of limiting the growth of America’s black population. In earlier years, as the leader of the American Birth Control League, she associated with well-known racists and Nazi sympathizers, such as S. Adolphus Knopf and Lothrop Stoddard, both of whom were well-known for their speeches and writings on the threat to the white race posed by blacks and Asians.

If there is any doubt that Sanger, herself, fully understood that abortion is murder, consider what she wrote in 1920, in her book Women and the New Race: “The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” She believed that married couples should be made to apply for a permit to have children and that the state should decide who is – and is not – fit to breed. Modern Democrats, who have nothing to say about the Muslim practice of Sharia – which strips women of all human rights – have taken to accusing Republicans of waging a ‘war on women’. In passing today’s anti-abortion bill, the Republicans did, in fact, strike a blow against the Democratic Party’s war on children – a war that Margaret Sanger, and others, lead them into.

In 1915, Sanger wrote “It is a vicious cycle; ignorance breeds poverty and poverty breeds ignorance. There is only one cure for both, and that is to stoop breeding these things. Stop bringing to birth children whose inheritance cannot be one of health or intelligence. Stop bringing into the world children whose parents cannot provide for them.” Notice her description of children as “these things”. Her complete disregard for human life bordered on psychopathy. In 1919, she wrote, in the publication Birth Control Review, “More children from the fit, less from the unfit — that is the chief aim of birth control.” and, in 1921, she wrote that the purpose of birth control was “to create a race of thoroughbreds.” Of black people, she once said “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

Modern-day Progressives – the few that are intelligent enough to know anything of the history of their movement – will go to great pains to distance themselves from such monsters as Sanger, but they cannot merely dismiss the legacy of those who built the foundations of their ideology. It grows more difficult, with each passing day, to find anything good about the Republican Party, but, today, they struck a blow against the Democratic Party’s war on children, on women, on the poor and on racial minorities.

Written by Graham J Noble

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