Monday, April 21, 2014

Planned Parenthood founder wanted "No More Babies" for 10 years in Europe

British Pathe recently upload its collection of historic videos to YouTube.  Included in their collection is a short clip from 1947 of Margaret Sanger (called Margaret Slee in the video) advocating for European women to not have any babies for ten years. 

When asked about women who want to have children now and won’t be able to in 10 years, Sanger asserts that it’s “practical and intelligent and humane.”

At the time, Sanger was President of America Planned Parenthood Federation, which would later become Planned Parenthood Federation of America.  Planned Parenthood is America’s #1 abortion provider, providing more than 300,000 abortions a year. 

Every year, Planned Parenthood bestows their "highest honor," the Margaret Sanger award, on a pro-abortion individual.  Winners of Margaret Sanger award include Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Roe v. Wade author Harry Blackmun, and Michigan's former governor William G. Milliken.