#BlackLivesMatter is the mantra of the modern civil rights movement, a conversation around how, “Black people are intentionally left powerless at the hands of the state.” It is also a key platform of todays Democrat party, as presidential candidate Martin O’Malley learned the hard way. He was foolish enough to tell the Democrat base at the Netroots Nation conference that, “Black lives matter. White lives matter. All lives matter.” After being booed off stage, he groveled for forgiveness, telling the outraged audience, “That was a mistake on my part.”
Meanwhile two videos were released showing Planned Parenthood senior medical officers discussing their chop shop for aborted baby parts. The medical directors, over a lunch of non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan salad, casually negotiated prices of baby liver and brain. They described the optimal way to deliver these parts, using forceps to “crush below” the monetized organs and other “less crunchy” abortion techniques.
#BlackLivesMatter did not come up in conversation with the baby parts merchants, yet perhaps it should have.
Planned Parenthood dates its inception to 1916 when Margaret Sanger opened America’s first birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York. Less well known is that Sanger was a racist and eugenicist who considered many Americans unworthy of life. #ManyLivesDon’tMatter would have been her hashtag.
In the 1930s and 1940s, her eugenics views lead to compulsory sterilization laws in 30 U.S. states, ridding the population of “people she considered feeble-minded, idiots and morons.” She addressed a Ku Klux Klan rally in 1926. “That she generated enthusiasm among some of America’s leading racists says something about the content and tone of her remarks.” The KKK hashtag would have been #BlackLivesDon’tMatter.
In a letter Sanger wrote in 1939, she admitted, “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.” Given the popularity of Planned Parenthood among the left, word didn’t get out.