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"In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists like Andrew Carnegie and the Rockefeller family all financially buoyed the movement, and in the early 20th century John D. Rockefeller himself introduced Margaret Sanger – the founder of Planned Parenthood — to the rainmakers who would bankroll her Birth Control League. Initially, this organization was not designed so much to empower women but as a vehicle for propping up the practice of Eugenics. Sanger was a staunch admirer of the Nazis, often incorporating articles from Nazi-doctors into her monthly publication The Birth Control Review. Her own article, “A Thoroughbreds,” offered sweeping praise of Eugenics and strongly condemned a society where the inferior were allowed to dwell."

"In the end, through compulsory laws, some 60,000 people were sterilized in the U.S., rendering untold marriages and generations irreparably damaged."

"One author who has written extensively on this dark chapter in America history is Edwin Black, who appeared on Monday evening’s Glenn Beck Program to discuss the twisted practice and why he believes it could be poised to rear its ugly head once more. Black, whose parents were Holocaust survivors, also explained how Hitler was inspired by the Americans in this disturbing arena."

Video and Full story here www.theblaze.com

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(Quote) Bernard-2709 said: "In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists...
(Quote) Bernard-2709 said:

"In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists like Andrew Carnegie and the Rockefeller family all financially buoyed the movement, and in the early 20th century John D. Rockefeller himself introduced Margaret Sanger – the founder of Planned Parenthood — to the rainmakers who would bankroll her Birth Control League. Initially, this organization was not designed so much to empower women but as a vehicle for propping up the practice of Eugenics. Sanger was a staunch admirer of the Nazis, often incorporating articles from Nazi-doctors into her monthly publication The Birth Control Review. Her own article, “A Thoroughbreds,” offered sweeping praise of Eugenics and strongly condemned a society where the inferior were allowed to dwell."

"In the end, through compulsory laws, some 60,000 people were sterilized in the U.S., rendering untold marriages and generations irreparably damaged."

"One author who has written extensively on this dark chapter in America history is Edwin Black, who appeared on Monday evening’s Glenn Beck Program to discuss the twisted practice and why he believes it could be poised to rear its ugly head once more. Black, whose parents were Holocaust survivors, also explained how Hitler was inspired by the Americans in this disturbing arena."

Video and Full story here www.theblaze.com

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It's amazing to me how the far left in this country deny the ugly history of the abortion industry. Thank you for posting this, Bernard.

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(Quote) Bernard-2709 said: "In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists...
(Quote) Bernard-2709 said:

"In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists like Andrew Carnegie and the Rockefeller family all financially buoyed the movement, and in the early 20th century John D. Rockefeller himself introduced Margaret Sanger – the founder of Planned Parenthood — to the rainmakers who would bankroll her Birth Control League. Initially, this organization was not designed so much to empower women but as a vehicle for propping up the practice of Eugenics. Sanger was a staunch admirer of the Nazis, often incorporating articles from Nazi-doctors into her monthly publication The Birth Control Review. Her own article, “A Thoroughbreds,” offered sweeping praise of Eugenics and strongly condemned a society where the inferior were allowed to dwell."

"In the end, through compulsory laws, some 60,000 people were sterilized in the U.S., rendering untold marriages and generations irreparably damaged."

"One author who has written extensively on this dark chapter in America history is Edwin Black, who appeared on Monday evening’s Glenn Beck Program to discuss the twisted practice and why he believes it could be poised to rear its ugly head once more. Black, whose parents were Holocaust survivors, also explained how Hitler was inspired by the Americans in this disturbing arena."

Video and Full story here www.theblaze.com

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Thanks, Bernard. This is hard topic to confront. Ignorance of a dark history such as you described above, only exposes us to more dark, dreadful chapters in our lives. It is good to educate others whether they want to hear about it or not, and to expose those who perpetuate this type of criminal behavior. You know the saying, "History repeats itself". The general consensus is "That will never happen again" or as with the Holocaust, "That never really happened". Sad.

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(Quote) Bernard-2709 said: "In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists...
(Quote) Bernard-2709 said:

"In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists like Andrew Carnegie and the Rockefeller family all financially buoyed the movement, and in the early 20th century John D. Rockefeller himself introduced Margaret Sanger – the founder of Planned Parenthood — to the rainmakers who would bankroll her Birth Control League. Initially, this organization was not designed so much to empower women but as a vehicle for propping up the practice of Eugenics. Sanger was a staunch admirer of the Nazis, often incorporating articles from Nazi-doctors into her monthly publication The Birth Control Review. Her own article, “A Thoroughbreds,” offered sweeping praise of Eugenics and strongly condemned a society where the inferior were allowed to dwell."

"In the end, through compulsory laws, some 60,000 people were sterilized in the U.S., rendering untold marriages and generations irreparably damaged."

"One author who has written extensively on this dark chapter in America history is Edwin Black, who appeared on Monday evening’s Glenn Beck Program to discuss the twisted practice and why he believes it could be poised to rear its ugly head once more. Black, whose parents were Holocaust survivors, also explained how Hitler was inspired by the Americans in this disturbing arena."

Video and Full story here www.theblaze.com

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I can see the libs saying being Catholic is a mental disorder and anything else that gets in there way of controlling Americans. They know better then all of us about our lives and how we should live them. It's coming to a town near us all, just a matter of time. look at my state NY and California already. I think it is in motion and will just spread like wild fire soon.

Feb 5th 2013 new

(Quote) Bernard-2709 said: "In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists...
(Quote) Bernard-2709 said:

"In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists like Andrew Carnegie and the Rockefeller family all financially buoyed the movement, and in the early 20th century John D. Rockefeller himself introduced Margaret Sanger – the founder of Planned Parenthood — to the rainmakers who would bankroll her Birth Control League. Initially, this organization was not designed so much to empower women but as a vehicle for propping up the practice of Eugenics. Sanger was a staunch admirer of the Nazis, often incorporating articles from Nazi-doctors into her monthly publication The Birth Control Review. Her own article, “A Thoroughbreds,” offered sweeping praise of Eugenics and strongly condemned a society where the inferior were allowed to dwell."

"In the end, through compulsory laws, some 60,000 people were sterilized in the U.S., rendering untold marriages and generations irreparably damaged."

"One author who has written extensively on this dark chapter in America history is Edwin Black, who appeared on Monday evening’s Glenn Beck Program to discuss the twisted practice and why he believes it could be poised to rear its ugly head once more. Black, whose parents were Holocaust survivors, also explained how Hitler was inspired by the Americans in this disturbing arena."

Video and Full story here www.theblaze.com

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One thing is clear is that the holocaust did not start in Germany, and is not really over.

Feb 5th 2013 new

(Quote) Bernard-2709 said: "In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists...
(Quote) Bernard-2709 said:

"In “The Dark Roots of Eugenics,” Dr. Dennis L. Cuddy wrote that philanthropists like Andrew Carnegie and the Rockefeller family all financially buoyed the movement, and in the early 20th century John D. Rockefeller himself introduced Margaret Sanger – the founder of Planned Parenthood — to the rainmakers who would bankroll her Birth Control League. Initially, this organization was not designed so much to empower women but as a vehicle for propping up the practice of Eugenics. Sanger was a staunch admirer of the Nazis, often incorporating articles from Nazi-doctors into her monthly publication The Birth Control Review. Her own article, “A Thoroughbreds,” offered sweeping praise of Eugenics and strongly condemned a society where the inferior were allowed to dwell."

"In the end, through compulsory laws, some 60,000 people were sterilized in the U.S., rendering untold marriages and generations irreparably damaged."

"One author who has written extensively on this dark chapter in America history is Edwin Black, who appeared on Monday evening’s Glenn Beck Program to discuss the twisted practice and why he believes it could be poised to rear its ugly head once more. Black, whose parents were Holocaust survivors, also explained how Hitler was inspired by the Americans in this disturbing arena."

Video and Full story here www.theblaze.com

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Thank you Bernard. Several years ago I purchased an informative Video about Black Genocide in America from a post by fellow member Joseph which detailed the same genesis of Abortion on demand. It was put out by MAAFA. It is now available to watch on youtube.

www.youtube.com

Feb 5th 2013 new

(Quote) Elizabeth-114955 said: One thing is clear is that the holocaust did not start in Germany, and is not really over.
(Quote) Elizabeth-114955 said:

One thing is clear is that the holocaust did not start in Germany, and is not really over.

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The Nazis just live in another part of the world.


www.lifesitenews.com


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(Quote) Peter-449116 said: It's amazing to me how the far left in this country deny the ugly history of the abortion ind...
(Quote) Peter-449116 said:

It's amazing to me how the far left in this country deny the ugly history of the abortion industry. Thank you for posting this, Bernard.

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On a radio show this afternoon, they were talking about how the populations are aging because of abortion. They
said that in Russia, there are 13 abortions to every 10 live births. America is about 50/50 from what I could understand.
And in Japan, for every new baby born, there is one person turning 100 years old.

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