Planned Parenthood founder’s vision realized: Nearly half of black population in U.S. wiped out by abortion genocide

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By Mark Ellis

Walter Hoye
Walter Hoye

Planned Parenthood followed the eugenics philosophy of its founder, Margaret Sanger – disproportionately placing abortion clinics in African-American neighborhoods – and has achieved her grisly vision by exterminating almost half the black population in the United States.

“It’s clear black America has lost 20 million lives,” says Walter B. Hoye II, president of the Issues4Life Foundation, citing abortion statistics provided by the Guttmacher Institute going back to 1967. “We have 40 million (African-Americans), (and) lost almost half of our entire population to abortion.”

Margaret Sanger in 1957 interview with Mike Wallace
Margaret Sanger in 1957 interview with Mike Wallace

“The current cumulative number of abortions from 1967 through June of this year is 59.4 million, of which an estimated 20,350,000 are Black American abortions.”

Since the total fertility rate of the black population in the U.S. is below replacement levels, current trends suggest a continued decline in numbers. “The Total Fertility Rate for Black American’s is 1.8, which is again below the replacement level fertility rate of 2.1 or the rate at which a generation can replace itself.”

“When you compare black abortion rate to black homicide rates…the impact is genocidal,” Hoye adds.

The reduced numbers undoubtedly diminish African American’s political clout. “If not for abortion, the total Black American population would be approximately 62,350,000, or 48% greater than it is today,” Hoye notes.

Hoye contends that abortion is the biggest single negative force on Black American economic and political

Hoye with Alveeda King
Hoye with Alveeda King

power.

While Planned Parenthood disavows the eugenic philosophy of their founder, they knowingly or unknowingly achieved her aims.

One of Sanger’s strategies was to co-opt black leaders – particularly ministers — and use them to spread her population policies. Sanger wrote: “We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal.

“We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population,” Sanger wrote, “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-quoteAdvancements in mapping using GPS confirm the targeting of black neighborhoods with abortion clinics. “With Google map technology there is no longer any question they are targeting minority neighborhoods,” Hoye observes.

In 2015, there were about 9,100,000 Black American women in their childbearing years between age 15 and 44. They experienced 621,679 births and 423,000 abortions.

“Keeping the Black American community smaller and less powerful reflects the racist, eugenic and genocidal mindset behind the abortion policies advanced by Planned Parenthood…If ‘Black Lives Matter,’ then the life of the human being inside the womb of his or her Black mother matters too.”

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I really appreciate this information. However if I was to engage in a well thought debate siting a blog as source material I would get hammered.
    Can you point me to your original, reliable sources?

    • You might explore this website: http://www.issues4life.org It is Rev. Hoye’s organization. There are three videos under the heading “The Truth”. I have not watched them as I am at work. The statistics may be in the video, they are not in text form in a prominent manner.

    • You may also wish to check out the book The Party of Death by Ramesh Ponnuru. I know I have read this very information before elsewhere, and I may have read it in Liberal Fascism by Jonah Goldberg or in an article at National Review written by Jonah.

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