Thursday, July 11, 2013

Unintended consequences—birth control

Oral contraception was developed in the West to control the populations of black and brown people in developing countries. (All the experimentation was done there first, then tried on poor Americans.) The unintended consequences are that our birth rate is below replacement and health issues for children have soared in the last 40 years of its expanded use in the USA. Now we have to bring in the people it was intended to control to work, pay taxes and support our elderly. Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood founder, was at least honest in her opinion of minorities whom she called "weeds" and in her support of Nazi infanticide projects and killing of the disabled. Today Democrats call it "women's health."

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