Black genocide in America? Yes. And you may be surprised to find out who’s doing it. Or maybe not.
First, meet Dr. La Verne Tolbert, author, professor, women’s magazine editor, and spokesperson for L’Oreal. Her credentials as an African American woman secured an invitation to join the board of directors of Planned Parenthood International. She served from 1975 to 1980.
Dr. Tolbert relates how her experience on the board opened her eyes to the real PLAN behind Planned Parenthood: eliminating pre-born black babies.
During the course of my five-year tenure, we received a lot of literature. Most discussed population control and the concern for the growing number of people in the world—poor people in the United States and in developing countries. As the population grew, natural resources like air, water, and food were shrinking. I soon understood why the full name for this organization was Planned Parenthood World Population. I struggled with the question, “Which population are they trying to control?” As a black woman, the question kept coming back to me like a boomerang. I wondered why abortion was more necessary for my ethnic group, why this organization fought so hard to give us this particular “right” when the rights for better education, better jobs, and better housing seemed paramount. [emphasis added]
As Tolbert learned more about Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, about the founding, history, goals and rationale of the organization, she became more and more troubled.
A legacy of genocide
Planned Parenthood began in 1921 as the American Birth Control League under the vision and leadership of racist Margaret Sanger. Sanger was a leader of the early eugenics movement in the United States.
Sanger’s book, The Pivot of Civilization, was foundational to the American eugenics movement and established the philosophy for Planned Parenthood. Sanger saw a direct relationship between hunger and poverty, on the one hand, and procreation on the other. To solve hunger, you had to prevent “undesirables” from breeding. She argued that “weeds”–people of color and the mentally retarded–were outbreeding genetically superior white people. For the garden to flourish, the weeds had to be eliminated.
In 1942, one of Sanger’s collaborators, a black physician named Dr. Dorothy Ferebee, actually promoted PP’s efforts to eliminate her own people.
Those of us who believe that the benefits of Planned Parenthood as a vital key to the elimination of human waste must reach the entire population, also believe that a double effort must be made to extend this program as a public health measure to Negroes who [sic] need is proportionately greater. [emphasis added]
To read more on the Negro Project go here.
Dr. Tolbert tells of typical board meetings in which the handouts were all about diminishing resources–“the air, the water, the land, the increasing population was depleting these natural resources and we had to control the population.” No one seemed concerned about helping young pregnant women.
And I thought, what about housing and jobs and schools? … And every time I asked the question, the boomerang came back to me. And, I realized that Planned Parenthood-World Population [as it was called at that time] had one goal. And that was to control the population of those people they considered to be dysgenic – those people who should not be procreating. [emphasis added]
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The numbers tell the story: genocide
What was Planned Parenthood concerned about? People who were dysgenic, that is, “the belief that deterioration of the human gene pool occurs by the increased survival and reproduction of people with undesirable traits.” Who are these people with undesirable traits? People of color! Tolbert began to see the insidious intention of PP to eliminate minorities, to limit the procreation of African Americans and other races.
While blacks comprise 13 percent of the US population, 36 percent of all abortions in the United States are performed on black babies.
1,876 black babies are murdered in the womb every day!
Dr. Tolbert noted that for every abortion, a death certificate had to be issued. As she points out, “A death certificate is only required when someone dies.”
Make no mistake: the executives and board know exactly what they’re doing. Faye Wattelton, Planned Parenthood’s president from 1978 to 1992, said,
I think we have deluded ourselves into believing that people don’t know that abortion is killing. So any pretense that abortion is not killing is a signal of our ambivalence, a signal that we cannot say yes, it kills a fetus. [emphasis added]
Wattelton is conceding that abortion is not benign. ABORTION KILLS BABIES! Yet Planned Parenthood, their board of directors, and leaders in congress who support them are intentionally ambivalent! Those who know that abortion is killing babies need to speak out at every turn if this American genocide is to end.
Ambivalence, or lies?
Current Planned Parenthood President (and Racist in Chief) Cecile Richards revealed her ambivalence when an interviewer asked her, “For you, when does life start? When does a human being become a human being?”
“I don’t know if it’s really relevant to the conversation.”
To Richards it does not matter that a woman carries a real baby in her womb. It does not matter that an innocent human life is being murdered. What matters is that we need to cut down the population of African American babies and other “undesirables.”
In the video below you can see Ms. Richard’s very painful dodging of the question. She knows that a human baby lives in every womb but is loathe to admit it. She is worse than ambivalent, she is a conscious liar. Note, too, when she says her own children became human beings. Her expressed concept is totally contrary to science and conforms to postmodern delusion.
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Dr. Tolbert read Dr. George Grant’s expose, Grand Illusions: The Legacy of Planned Parenthood. This book exposed the deception of Planned Parenthood. (For a free download go here.)
For more on Dr. Tolbert’s campaign to save the lives of black babies and honor black mothers, go here.
For more on black genocide go here.
- Darrow Miller