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Re: “The American eugenics movement after World War II (part 1 of 3)

After doing a little MORE research into this article, I have discovered that the author has NOT done a very good job of researching his material OR is willingly telling a narrow view of the subject AND misrepresenting the truth. Please check out this website (… ) which quotes the noted niece of Dr. MLK, Jr., Alveda King. She notes how Planned parenthood USED and misrepresented MLK's words to suit their needs. Are we to believe that MLK would support an organization that promoted killing the same people he was going to jail to liberate? The author's sidebar,"African Americans supported eugenics, too." is false, misrepresented and perhaps downright lies. GET THE FACTS, check the noted website.

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Posted by prouddaddy on 05/22/2011 at 7:35 PM

Re: “The American eugenics movement after World War II (part 1 of 3)

Unfortunately for the article, though I am not doubting what is IN the article, I do question what is NOT in the article. (At least in the first installment) there is no mention of one of the biggest eugenic proponants, Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood. [Let's be honest, Indy has always been a big fan of PP.] She worked with Hitler and others in Europe (and the US)to promote the eugenics movement. Her plan was to rid the world of "useless eaters", namely blacks, immigrants and mentally and physically challenged people. Her legacy lives on today at PP, though it has had to become more covert in its methods. PP sets up in predominately low income, black or hispanic neighborhoods. The abortion rate among these people, blacks and other minorities are dramatically higher than whites. The real history of the eugenics movement is by far too deep to try and explain it all here. Start here and get the REAL facts

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Posted by prouddaddy on 05/21/2011 at 8:00 PM

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