President Obama wasted no time in advancing his radical agenda to ramp up the slaughter of millions of innocent children. During his first week in office, he lifted a ban called the “Global Gag Rule” or the “Mexico City Policy” that prevented federal funding for international organizations which provide or promote abortions. Under other laws, the money isn’t supposed to go toward funding the actual abortion, but it’s hard to say what kind of U.S. oversight there is for such internationally run groups. He signed the memorandum the day after the 36th anniversary of the over-reaching Roe v. Wade decision by the Supreme court to legalize abortion, which resulted in over 50 million “legal” murders since 1973. Showing a total lack of respect for his opponents, Obama did this soon after thousands of pro-life activists gathered in Washington, D.C. for the annual March for Life right down the street. Could he not at least wait until they’d made it home to throw their peaceful petitions back in their face?
This move particularly affects minorities since “family planning” or “population planning” organizations like Planned Parenthood are known to target minority populations. This is a hold-over from the pioneers of the eugenics movement, begun by people such as: Marie Stopes (Founder of the Eugenics Society), Charles Galton Darwin (yes, he’s related to that Darwin), Julian Huxley (a famous evolutionist) and Margaret Sanger (founder of Planned Parenthood). All of these were members of the Eugenics Society, now known as the Galton Institute, which still has a number of pro-eugenics writings listed in their publications directory. This institute may be eligible for federal funds now that the ban is lifted.
Eugenics is a black spot in American history. It is the “self direction of human evolution,” as seen in this logo:
Eugenics is the practical application of Darwinism, which brought in the idea that some races were “lower” than others and that the “higher” races could be improved by eliminating the less-fit ones. In Germany, it led to the Holocaust. Here in America, it led to forced sterilization of thousands of minorities, mainly blacks. The eugenics movement survives today in the abortion clinics which are disproportionately in inner-city, minority-dominated areas and groups like the Galton Institute which helps fund “the practical delivery of family planning facilities, especially in developing countries.”
Just a few days before Obama’s order, this nation celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr.’s civil rights achievements. His niece, Dr. Alveda King, is on record saying:
“What’s different today from the days of lynching is that the people wearing doctors’ coats are now far more successful at eliminating the Black population than the Klan ever dreamed.”
In other words, our first black president might have just done more to hurt blacks than the joint efforts of white racists throughout American history.
Some Christians out there will still say we ought to pray for him and end the bickering because he’s our President and we should follow him. To them I say: “Woe to them that call evil good, and good evil” (Isaiah 5:20). To his credit, Obama has issued a few executive orders I expect to do some good, but these acts are totally overshadowed by the evil that continues in the American Holocaust.
I will pray for him. I will pray he repents of his evil deeds and ends the genocide of those nameless faces who could not scream for help.