Sorry I never took her quote out of context you can't take a quote out of context that was meant to be a racist quote in first place you idiot. You Moron's are really blind by liberal bullsh!t about Sanger trying help women. That's some funny sh!t y'all taking up for a racist person who wanted to control the black population by eugenics and sterilizing them
You can't take quotes like these out of context.
The following are some of her more telling quotes:
“While I personally believe in the sterilization of the feeble-minded, the insane and syphilitic, I have not been able to discover that these measures are more than superficial deterrents when applied to the constantly growing stream of the unfit. They are excellent means of meeting a certain phase of the situation, but I believe in regard to these, as in regard to other eugenic means, that they do not go to the bottom of the matter” (Margaret Sanger, “Birth Control and Racial Betterment,” February 1919, The Birth Control Review).
The main objects of the Population Congress would be … to apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring[;] to give certain dysgenic groups in our population their choice of segregation or sterilization” (Margaret Sanger, “A Plan for Peace,” 1932). Above quote by Sanger says segregation meaning she talking bout blacks.
7 shocking quotes by Planned Parenthood’s founder
By Becky Yeh | February 21, 2015 , 05:34pm
As the founder of America’s largest abortion chain, Margaret Sanger’s ideology for Planned Parenthood was cemented in eugenics, the belief and practice that aims to eliminate certain groups of people.
As a eugenicist, Sanger encouraged the sterilization of persons with less desirable qualities, and strongly encouraged the reproduction of groups with more desirable qualities. Sanger’s disdain for blacks, minority groups, and the diseased and disabled spawned the birth of an abortion corporation that profits off the killing of the weakest and most vulnerable. From its conception, Planned Parenthood was built upon the roots of exterminating individuals deemed “unfit” for the human family.
Today, the spirit of Sanger lives on. According to the Guttmacher Institute, the former pro-abortion research division of Planned Parenthood, African-American women are five times more likely to choose abortion over white women.
Below is a compilation of seven shocking quotes from Sanger, whose legacy birthed the corporation that became America’s largest abortion chain.
1) “We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the ***** population.”
In a letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble in December, 19, 1939, Sanger exposited her vision for the “***** Project,” a freshly launched collaboration between the American Birth Control League and Sanger’s Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau. The letter echoes the eugenic ideologies still visible within the corporate vein of Planned Parenthood today.
2) “I accepted an invitation to talk to the women’s branch of the Ku Klux Klan.”
In 1926, Sanger spoke at a meeting hosted by the women’s auxiliary of the Ku Klux Klan in Silver Lake, New Jersey. Following the invitation, Sanger describes her elation after receiving multiple speaking requests from white supremacy groups. She writes of the experience on page 366 of her book, An Autobiography:
3) “A dead weight of human waste.”
In “Pivot of Civilization,” Sanger penned her thoughts regarding immigrants, the poor, and the error of philanthropy. Sanger’s ideology of racial and social hygiene bleeds through her writings on breeding an ideal human race:
Sanger contends that philanthropy to help poor, struggling mothers does not offer women the opportunity to “avoid bringing into the world” more children, but encourages a “dead weight of human weight” that “healthier” societies must shoulder.
4) “Birth control is nothing more or less than…weeding out the unfit.”
Sanger famously coined the term “birth control” with the intention of eliminating the reproduction of human beings who were considered “less fit.” In her writings from “Morality and Birth Control” and “Birth Control and the New Race,” the Planned Parenthood founder noted that the chief aim of the practice of birth control is to produce a “cleaner race.” Sanger’s vision for birth control was to prevent the birth of individuals whom she believed were unfit for mankind: She sure did not mean wealthy white people when she said this she was talking bout poor and minorities