Segregation carried out for one or two generations would only give us partial control of the problem. When we realize that each feebleminded person is a potential source of endless progeny of defect, we prefer the policy of immediate sterilization, of making sure that parenthood is absolutely prohibited to the feebleminded..." Margaret Sanger
As you get home from work and start dinner while the nightly news crews gives you updates on who's a racist. Suddenly, we're reminded of an election.
I remember that old "I'm with Her" slogan from Hillary Clinton in 2016. No she's not in the running but her message is. Mantras like "I'm with Her," "Me Too," and "Pro-Choice" sound catchy and even empowering to some. Those who chant these mantras say it represents the choice women should have regarding decisions about their bodies and reproductive health. Certainly, as a woman, I wouldn't want to be denied treatment that would ensure the health of my reproductive parts. But the "Pro-Choice" campaign seems to be more about birth control and less about ensuring actual reproductive health.
The fervor I've seen for birth control, I expect to see for finding a cure for ovarian cancer, fibroid tumors, endometriosis, and fertility overall, as these are certainly reproductive health issues that affect many woman. Sadly, these are rarely topics of discussion. There doesn't appear to be any interest in fertility, only preventing reproduction. Just think about that. Why is there such a vested interest in controlling your birthing? Is it because they are pro-woman, concerned about the all around health of women? Hardly.
They are merely carrying the torch that has been passed on by the likes of Margaret Sanger, famously known as a staunch feminist who stood for women's rights. Infamously known as a eugenicist who praised Hitler for his racial cleansing strategy. Sanger stood with the women of the KKK as they rallied behind her ideals on the annihilation of the "feeble minded", disabled, and minorities. Her strategy was to plant clinics across the country, offering abortion and other birth control, with money raised from fellow Democrats, under the guise of women's health and women's choice to liberate women from the "burden of unwanted children." Her initiatives included sterilization of "bad stock" and "dregs" of society. The goal to rid the world of "the inferior, unfit, and feeble-minded" (see South Carolina Eugenics).
When I hear pro-choice belted out to a sea of people from a white Democrat politician, followed by professions of deep gratitude for the heroine that was Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, who, "did not want the word to go out" of her plan to "exterminate the Negro population," I am reminded that I was certainly not the "Her" in Hillary Clinton's famous mantra. I am also reminded that there is a political party whose modus operandi is and has always been to keep minorities and non-upper echelon groups dependent on government. This party is committed to the task of mental, economic, and spiritual enslavement through the promulgation of victimization, slander, ghettos, race labels, paternal role replacement, discouragement of independent thought, and the systematic annihilation of certain people groups. That party is the Democratic Socialist party.
Now, you might be thinking, "But there are minorities in that party" and to that I say, there is big money in big government pimping...and our tax dollars pay for it.
So, the next time you hear a speech on women's reproductive health, free health care, free child care, free education, free food, etc., you may want to consider the cost.