Obama Supports Racist Killing


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Racism is bad. Organizations based in racism are universally rejected. Or are they?

Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood said, “We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…”

You wouldn’t think a President of the United States would want to align himself with an organization like that, Especially an African American President. President Obama not only spoke to the nation’s largest abortionist he asked God to bless them.

Since 1973, abortion has reduced the black population by over 25 percent–We must end this racist killing.

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  • Zack

    Care to source any of that?

  • John

    No, that would require thinking, and that’s too hard for Matt Barber and his ridiculous website/world views.

  • maccamcfc

    What a balanced and well thought out headline you would think it was just clickbait

  • Halou

    1. Is Margaret Sanger still alive today, or the head of PP?

    No, she isn’t. She died in 1966, a whole 48 years ago and was in fact dead and buried for a whole seven years by the time 1973 came around. If we are to take her alleged words as representative of PP’s policy today, then we may as well recognize the Black Panther Party, ironically founded in 1966, as being representative of the political affiliation of the African American population today, revolutionary Maoism and all.

    2. Is her comment, the one you ‘quote’ without citation, actually in the PP “code of conduct”, or whatever they call it?

    No, it isn’t. PP has no official public mandate for genocide. And if you are so concerned for the well-being of black people, throw out Freedom of Information requests for every last document ever produced published and archived by PP since it’s founding.
    But of course, you likely wont spend the next decade of your life reading page after page after page after page of PP documents looking for evidence of conspiracy to genocide, no matter how many African American lives you say would depend n it.

    3. Is 38,900,000 (2010) a larger number or a smaller number than 22,600,000 (1970)?

    It is actually a larger number. In fact there are 72% more African Americans alive today than were alive 40 years ago. Which is more than can be said for white people, the number of which only grew by 26% over the same period.

  • Azima Khan

    All Matt Barber and his ilk needed to declare Obama racist was the color of his skin. Such projection

  • Roadrash548

    Janet Porter is an intelligent and articulate person who has developed and excellent voice for Radio and employs these attributes quite effectively. My respect for her actually hightened when she, a mere Christian woman, had the temerity to “gently” call out a well-known, celebrity Pastor for plagerism in his publications. She was roundly critized in some Christian circles. Then, disappointingly, she apologized. The Pastor however, was indeed found to be guilty of plagerism.
    And although one could, under normal cirmcumstances, forgive a person for not sourcing quotations that they use in support of a particular viewpoint before publishing, it is unfortunate that Ms. Porter’s history of “out of context” quotations are a matter of record. In this post’s title alone, “Obama Supports Racist Killing”, is a testament to her mendacity, especially concerning this (African-American) President.

    This particular misquote is an old one and almost ubiquitous within the Anti-Choice movement. For example, factcheckorg debunked this misquote from a late 2011 interview Herman Cain had with The Wire on the subject of Cain’s notion that Planned Parenthood was putting clinics in black communities because they wanted to “kill black babies.” Cain stood by his opinion and made the same out of context claim, admonishing the interviewer(s) to “Go back and look at the history and look at Margaret Sanger’s own words…”
    Here is Sanger’s actual quote:
    “The minister’s work is also important and he should be trained, perhaps by the Federation as to our ideals and the goal that we hope to reach. We do not want 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.” -Margaret Sanger 1939
    The Wire’s comments from the 2011 Herman Cain interview: “Sanger says that a minister could debunk the notion, if it arose, that the clinics aimed to “exterminate” the Negro population. The Margaret Sanger Papers Project at New York University says that this quote has “gone viral on the Internet,” normally out context, and it “doesn’t reflect the fact that Sanger recognized elements within the black community might mistakently associate the Negro Project with racist sterilization campaigns in the Jim Crow south, unless clergy and other community leaders spread the word that the Project had a humanitarian aim.”
    Ms. Porter’s credibility is hanging by a thread.