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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Black Leadership Needs to Acknowledge that Margaret Sanger, Founder of Planned Parenthood, Was a White Supremacist and Should Be Denounced

By Rev. Clenard H. Childress, Jr.

Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood White Supremicist

Margaret Sanger addressing a group of KKK members in the early 1900’s

Nationwide — Aqunda Okeyo, who while serving as the Communications Chair for the March for Racial Justice, made an incendiary and thought-provoking observation when she boldly proclaimed, “If we want to end White Supremacy, White America needs to step it up.”

I partially agree based on the premise that one believes that White Supremacy is the chief culprit then certainly unbiased White Americans would then become the primary agents designated to initiate change. This equation is also true when it comes to our police departments’ crisis with police brutality. There is not a department in the country where existing – and some retired officers – are not unaware of the officers who should not be wearing the uniform. Police know where the cancer is on the force, yet too often, due to their dedication to their fraternal order, they protect malignant officers, remaining silent regarding their abuses. Thus, the issue of police brutality continues at the detriment of good officers and is a grave injustice to the citizens they are called to serve and protect.

In similar fashion, such negligence and betrayal of its citizens, whom these institutions were to serve and advance, is clearly seen by the alliances of the NAACP, Congressional Black Caucus, Rainbow Coalition, National Action Network, and Democrat Party. Each of these much-vaunted organizations need to explain their absolute refusal to denounce White Supremist, Margaret Sanger, for her policies and comments; comments such as “colored people are human weeds and need to be exterminated… reckless breeders… spawning… human beings who never should have been born…” Margaret Sanger, “Pivot of Civilization,” referring to immigrants and poor people. Sanger was in her time the leading advocate of the eugenics movement, specifically of negative eugenics, which promoted the reduction of sexual reproduction and sterilization of people with undesired traits or economic conditions. “The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” Margaret Sanger, “Women and the New Race” (Eugenics Publ. Co., 1920, 1923).

What was a large family? Any home with more than two children! If my parents had been seduced by Margaret Sanger’s ideology, I would not be writing this essay and you might not be reading this if your parents had more than two children as mine did. Then Ms. Okeyo went on to make this comment,

“When we conflate white supremacy with white nationalism, extremism becomes the only form of white supremacy which we recognize and are expected to denounce. The young men who paraded through a Virginia town with Tiki Torches and finely pressed khakis were products of white supremacy: white nationalists, alt-right, Nazis, Klansman and the like. You don’t have to wear a white hood to be a white supremacist.”

Wow, I just know I have found a friend in Ms. Okeyo! I’m sure she will join with me in denouncing Margaret Sanger and her policies of sterilization and abortion being perpetrated this very moment against people of color, and others they deem undesirable, by her founding organization, Planned Parenthood. Your own words demand we are expected to denounce “White Supremacy” not only undetectable but certainly its blatant propagation. Surely, Ms. Okeyo, the March for Racial Justice would publicly denounce anyone who was a frequent speaker at Ku Klux Klan rallies and received letters of thanks and commendations from the most renown racist of the 20th century, Adolf Hitler. No, she didn’t wear a hood, and was not ashamed to speak her bigotry openly, locally, and internationally, and is answerable for the death of millions.

White America needs to step it up? No, Black Leadership needs to stop ‘Bowing to Baal’ by cottoning-up to the lie that racism is regulated by one political party while ignoring their Judeo-Christian principles, and the God who brought them up out of Egypt. Ms. Okeyo, you quoted Martin Luther King. Did you know, Martin Luther King, in his Letter from a Birmingham Jail, called “Infanticide,” – infant killing – evil? Did you know that? Isn’t it amazing that the Prophet of our generation, the most credible civil rights leader of all time, called evil what Democrats put in their platform, and call good? Don’t you see the incongruity of this, Ms. Okeyo? Margaret Sanger clearly was a White Supremist, and we should expect persons involved in civil rights and racial justice, to denounce and demand Sanger’s removal from the Public Square. If you don’t, because of your refusal, you should be considered frauds and charlatans for pimping the African American community, just as do many of the allied institutions already mentioned above. You clearly have another agenda and it’s not Racial Justice but probably another greedy ploy for more political power at the sake of principle. So, will you stand for true justice, or will you be like the other political pimps, like Hillary Clinton, who cries about not getting enough of the Black vote, yet received the Margaret Sanger Award given by Planned Parenthood, whose very policies makes them the leading killer of Black People. Aren’t these the same voters she is culpable of killing off? Amazing!

Racial Justice can only be achieved when the rule of law and its definition apply to everyone excluding no one, no race, or no party.

Watch the following videos:

Sanger Nazi Germany – “The Most Merciful Thing a Large Family Does to One of its Infant Members”

PBS Documentary – “Sanger Clearly Was a White Supremacist”

Hillary Clinton — “Margaret Sanger Award Given by Planned Parenthood”


Rev. Dr. Clenard H. Childress, Jr. is the founder of www.BlackGenocide.org – a movement designed to reach the Afro-American community with the truth about abortion.


Rev Clenard H. Childress Jr