Planned Parenthood or Planned Population?

In New York City, more African-American babies are aborted than are born alive (source). Today, Planned Parenthood performs more abortions in America than any other single organization.

What many people don’t know about Planned Parenthood is that its founder, Margaret Sanger, was an unashamed proponent of eugenics, a social philosophy that seeks to limit the reproduction of those who meet certain unwanted characteristics. This philosophy suggests that certain people are somehow less than human or don’t have basic human rights because they don’t meet established criteria.

The argument is made by the pro-choice movement that women would be deprived of vital health services if not for Planned Parenthood. The reality is that women’s health care is plentiful at Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC). “Throughout the country, community centers vastly outnumber Planned Parenthood centers, totaling 9,059 to 669” (source).

Taken together, an argument can be made that the pro-abortion movement has much more to do with a social philosophy than with women’s health.

Is it any wonder that Planned Parenthood can look at unborn babies who don’t meet the criteria of being wanted by their mothers as line items and tissue samples to be bartered and sold?

As for the National Center for Life and Liberty, we boldly stand for life. We ask America to heed the words of Matthew 25:45, where it says, “I say unto you, inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me” (KJV). Will you join us in crying out to the Lord to heal our land as we work to turn hearts and minds from this horrible sin?