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originally posted by: seasonal
Nick Cannon feels abortion is genocide against black Americans. He adds that it is population control and modern day eugenics.
n a recent interview with The Breakfast Club radio show he called Planned Parenthood 'real genocide' against black Americans.
originally posted by: TheKnightofDoom
a reply to: seasonal
Instead of just saying it isn't ok why not come up with solutions to reduce abortion? closing PP is worse thing you can do. Educate folk on safe sex practices and you will reduce abortion. But if you ban it it will still go on because you can not force anyone to carry a child.
Technology development doesn't happen in a vacuum. By working with commercial companies both sides benefit in the long run
Another common claim is that Margaret Sanger called black people “human weeds” and reckless breeders who never should have been born in her book, “Pivot of Civilization.” That claim appears to have started with a post published by the website Life News:
“In ‘Pivot of Civilization,’ Sanger penned her thoughts regarding immigrants, the poor, and the error of philanthropy. Sanger’s ideology of racial and social hygiene bleeds through her writings on breeding an ideal human race: They are…human weeds,’ ‘reckless breeders,’ ’spawning… human beings who never should have been born.”
But the phrases “human weeds” and “never should have been born” don’t appear in Margaret Sanger’s “Pivot of Civilization.” Sanger does quote Karl Marx on “reckless breeding” at one point:
“…This is nowhere more evident than in Marx’s ‘Capital’ itself. In that monumental effort, it is impossible to discover any adequate refutation or even calm discussion of the dangers of irresponsible parenthood and reckless breeding, any suspicion that this recklessness and irresponsibility is even remotely related to the miseries of the proletariat.”
So, again, it appears that these quotes have been taken out of context or incorrectly attributed to Margaret Sanger.