Friday, July 5, 2013

Charming

Pro-abortion protestor in Texas enlists her little girls.



"Every Child a Wanted Child" is a slogan coined by eugenicist Fredrick Osborne in the 1950's in his successful drive to rebrand eugenics, after the p.r. hit it took when the Nazis carried eugenics to its logical conclusion. It is now Planned Parenthood's mantra.

"If I wanted the government in my womb, I would *** a Senator" is a great sign for a little pre-teen girl to be carrying, don't you agree?

Pro-abortion politics brings out the worst in humanity. 

17 comments:

  1. They never mention how they plan to make sure every child is a wanted child. Answer: kill the rest.

    --Francisca S.

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  2. They only want a for-profit industry of death in their womb? Do they realize if they ____ a senator they may end up with an 'unwanted' child (or the alternate above)? Maybe not. Some of them don't look old enough to know how babies are made, let alone that mummy thinks it's okay to kill them for the sake of convenience. If they did know what mummy REALLY thinks, they might just have problems sleeping at night.
    These idiots can bring all the little girls they want. It's the little girls (millions and millions) who will never do ANYTHING that chant the loudest. One word: Femicide.

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  3. nothing animates these people quite like killing children.

    naidoo

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    1. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyJuly 5, 2013 at 10:43 AM

      Child sacrifice is an age-old religious practice. For example, Stager and Wolff (Archaeology Review, '84) describe the sacrificial sites in Biblical Carthage where thousands of infants and small children were sacrificed by their own families to propitiate the gods and bring economic benefits.

      Until recently, such people were called barbarians. Nowadays, they are called Progressives.

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    2. Until recently, the Catholic clergy thought they could get away with sacrificing children's virginity. Nowadays, not so easy anymore.

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    3. Troy,

      Once again you intentionally mix things up.
      Clergy who ABUSE their position and VIOLATE doctrine to abuse children are not behaving in accordance with their vows. They are breaking the rules in a most heinous fashion.
      Ancient pagans, on the other hand, who practised various forms of ritual Human sacrifice were doing so IN ACCORDANCE with their beliefs - which were selfish and self serving (ie Evil).
      Further you suggest that the clandestine molestation of a child (admittedly disgusting and evil) is the equivalent of legally and ritually killing children on a societal level.
      Such equivocation is only possible with subjective morality and obviously insane.
      Add to all that, you have isolated your 'target' once again on Catholic clergy in order to perpetuate a libel, when it is a known fact that child molestation is by no means isolated to clergy or any faith (or lack there of).
      Get real.

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    4. Crusader,

      Clergy who ABUSE their position and VIOLATE doctrine to abuse children are not behaving in accordance with their vows. They are breaking the rules in a most heinous fashion.

      You're being a bit naive. There's one set of rules for the sheeple, and then there's another for the 'hierarchy'. The abusing clergy were following their own rules. The Church has always been about sucking the sheeple dry, often in league with the 'worldly' powers that be.

      Grow up, be a man and rid yourself of that superstition.

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  4. Wonder if she ever told them about their sibling(s) that she killed? I bet it would make them feel lucky!

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  5. Maybe the kids are thinking that if mommy kills their little brothers and sisters they'll get more Christmas presents. Using children to promote killing children. BrillianT

    And KW hasn't even shown up yet to defend the killing of children. I'm surprised. You're really slacking, KW.

    Joey

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  6. "Every Child a Wanted Child" is a slogan coined by eugenicist Fredrick Osborne in the 1950's in his successful drive to rebrand eugenics, after the p.r. hit it took when the Nazis carried eugenics to its logical conclusion. It is now Planned Parenthood's mantra.

    The internet sucks for pathological liars like Egnor. It turns out that Margaret Sanger coined that slogan almost a hundred years ago.

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    1. The fact is that the phrase has long been used by eugenicists. In 1956, Fredrick Osborne, President of the American Eugenics Society, delivered the Galton Lecture. He proposed rebranding eugenics following the Nazi catastrophe. He advocated "positive eugenics" -- he called it "voluntary unconscious selection"-- making people want to clear their own gene pool of defectives. He recommended using the mantra "Every Child a Wanted Child" to market the new approach to eugenics. It was quickly picked up, and remains in common use by abortion advocates.

      Reference: http://www.all.org/abac/off_h-o.txt

      Citation:

      Frederick Osborn "reformed" eugenics by proposing that eugenicists
      conceal their true goal, which was, and is, to control human evolution by
      limiting marriage and parenthood to the superior stocks. He believed
      that less than ten percent of the population were worthy to have
      children. But he proposed that eugenicists never mention their
      conviction that most children should never have been born. Eugenicists
      were to assert instead a hypocritical concern for the welfare of the
      children of the inferior. This is the origin of Planned Parenthood's oft
      repeated slogan "Every child a wanted child".
      In reality, the eugenicists hope to manipulate the social and economic
      climate so that children unwanted by the eugenicists will be miserable
      and their miserable parents will "spontaneously" cease to want them.
      Ceasing to have children due to manipulation by eugenicists is called
      "voluntary unconscious selection" or, in other words, "CHOICE".

      This project is laid out in the Galton lecture, "Galton and Mid Century
      Eugenics" which Osborn delivered in 1956 (Appendix A).

      http://www.all.org/abac/eugen02.htm:

      Planned Parenthood grew out of the eugenics movement. At the time this resolution was adopted by the Eugenics Society, Blacker was the Administrative Chairman of IPPF. When IPPF was founded in 1952, it was housed in the offices of the Eugenics Society.

      The dominant figure in the eugenics movement in the United States, considered by the English to be a model of crypto-eugenics, was Major General Frederick Osborn, a master propagandist. In 1956, he said people "won't accept the idea that they are in general, second rate. We must rely on other motivation." He called the new motivation "a system of voluntary unconscious selection." The way to persuade people to exercise this voluntary unconscious selection was to appeal to the idea of "wanted" children. Osborn said, "Let's base our proposals on the desirability of having children born in homes where they will get affectionate and responsible care." In this way, the eugenics movement "will move at last towards the high goal which Galton set for it."23

      Osborn stated the public relatons problem bluntly: "Eugenic goals are most likely to be attained under a name other than eugenics."24 He pointed to genetic counseling as a prime example: "Heredity clinics are the first eugenic proposals that have been adopted in a practical form and accepted by the public. . . . The word eugenics is not associated with them."25

      Osborn is often credited with reforming the eugenics movement after World War II, and purging its racism. However, during the time of this "reform," he was President of the Pioneer Fund, holding that office secretly from 1947 to 1956. The Pioneer Fund is a notorious white supremacist organization. Obviously, a secret racist wouldn't purge racism; he would purge open racism, leaving a policy that critics might call "crypto-racism."


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    2. Note to troy:

      "Coining a phrase" does not generally mean that it is the first use of the phrase. Virtually any phrase has been used before by someone for something.

      Coining means to popularize a phrase and put it in wide usage, which Osborne did.

      The point of the post was that a eugenic phrase that was popularized to cover-up the aftermath of Nazi eugenics is used routinely today by abortion supporters.

      Try to stay on topic, troy.

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    3. now he quibbles over which eugenecist popularized the phrase. was it the margaret 'human weeds' sanger or fred 'sterilize the jews' osborn? inquiring minds want to know. the point is that it was invented by some very grotesque people to make a very grotesque practice sound good. it's still with us because the idea hasn't gone away yet. it's merely managed to camoflouge itself better.

      naidoo

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    4. The point of the post was that a eugenic phrase that was popularized to cover-up the aftermath of Nazi eugenics is used routinely today by abortion supporters.

      The point is false, as I showed. The phrase originated with Sanger, as is well known. You're just trying to score some cheap propaganda points by comparing pro-choice organizations with the Nazis.

      Didn't the Nazis outlaw abortion? Probably, being good Christians and having made a pact with the pope. The Church gets to keep indoctrinating children and the Nazis get to wipe out the Jews, everybody happy.

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  7. Did Sanger "coin the phrase" before or after she spoke to the KKK? I don't remember the time line.

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    1. @Jon:

      Good point. Sanger's speech to the KKK is rarely mentioned.

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