Imagine for a moment displaying a bust or a portrait honoring the life of Adolph Hitler at a Jewish exhibit…unthinkable! And yet “astoundingly” that’s exactly what has been taking place at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery honoring Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger in their “Struggle for Justice” exhibit, dedicated to African-Americans.

And it seems that a group of black pastors have finally sent a letter to the director asking that the bust of this abortion activist be removed from the exhibit.

Sanger was a proponent and active supporter of eugenics and the targeting of minorities for abortions.

However what is particularly troubling is why it took so long for these pastors to finally come around and send the letter announcing their grievance which stated:

"Perhaps the Gallery is unaware that Ms. Sanger supported black eugenics, a racist attitude toward black and other minority babies, an elitist attitude toward those she regarded as ‘the feeble minded;’ speaking at a rally of Ku Klux Klan women; and communications with Hitler sympathizers”.

“Also the notorious ‘Negro Project,’ which sought to limit, if not eliminate black births, was her brainchild,” the letter states. “Despite these well-documented facts of history, her bust sits proudly in your gallery as a hero of justice".

“The obvious incongruity is staggering!” the letter states.

However what seems obvious to any thinking person, is that so-called black leaders have remained silent while Planned Parenthood applies its trade of destruction primarily within minority neighborhoods.

Moreover the history of Sanger is quite clear, in a paper entitled “Eugenic Value of Birth Control Propaganda” written by Sanger in 1921, she praises eugenics as “the most adequate and thorough avenue to the solution of racial, political and social problems.”

Ironically African-Americans along with perhaps the same black leaders will undoubtedly  vote for Hillary Clinton (if she should become the Democratic nominee), who has praised Margaret Sanger stating: ” I admire Margaret Sanger enormously, her courage, her tenacity, her vision, I am really in awe of her, there are a lot of lessons we can learn from her life.”



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