Fact Check: Progressive Hero Margaret Sanger Was a Racist Eugenicist

08/01/202071 Comments

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Planned Parenthood are erasing Margaret Sanger's name from their Manhattan Health Center . . . but they won't tell you why. On today's fact check, James verifies the truth about Sanger and the real racist and eugenicist roots of Planned Parenthood that are not being explored in the establishment corporate PR.


Hillary Clinton Honors Margaret Sanger at the 2009 Planned Parenthood Honors Gala

Planned Parenthood of Greater New York Announces Intent to Remove Margaret Sanger’s Name from NYC Health Center

Episode 271 - Planned Parenthood Exposed

1939 letter to Dr. C.J. Gamble about the "Negro Project"

Does a Photograph Show Planned Parenthood’s Founder at a KKK Rally?

Sanger's 1923 New York Times piece on human weeds

Margaret Sanger’s Name To Be Dropped from NYC Clinic Over Eugenics Connection

"A Better Race Through Birth Control"

"Remove statues of Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood founder tied to eugenics and racism"

Time Magazine defending Sanger


Birth Control Review on eugenical sterilization

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Episode 142 – The Underpopulation Crisis

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  1. Roe_Jogan_On_DMT says:

    dont u just love cancel culture 🙂

  2. Fact Checker says:

    Eurasia has ALWAYS been at war with Margaret Sanger!!!!

    A truly dynamite video from JC. Perfect balance of documentary support and rousing commentary.

    JC says, “It’s not ancient history. This is still a problem.”
    More accurately, it is still a PROJECT.
    In fact it is THE Project. The human race is being ground under the heel of Sanger’s ideological progeny as we speak.

  3. lovetodust says:

    I wonder if Planned Parenthood has embarked on this new PR campaign in order to get ahead of the storm that is coming vis a vis Bill Gates and the vaccine.

    One of the main arguments from the vaccine-injured organizations, and others who oppose mandatory(or otherwise) vaccines, will be the consequences the Gates Foundation as wrought in Africa over the past decade. Very serious consequences.

    How about the fact that mercury was (finally) taken out of vaccines for babies in AMERICA and EUROPE (back in about 2003 I think?) but left in vaccines in Africa. Big Pharma ended up having to do some kind of end-run around it because they knew that sooner or later they would get flack for not taking it out of African vaccines. (Bobby Kennedy tells the story in detail in many of his interviews for Children’s Health Defense)

    Why are so many vaccine experiments done in Africa? How racist is that? How about the new Trust Stamp program with GAVI, Gates and Mastercard in West Africa (biometrics). Why don’t they run that experiment here in USA?

    My point is that I wonder if Planned Parenthood knows what’s coming and needs to be way ahead of the race related storm and create distance between itself and eugenics – which these days seems to be focused on the Gates Foundation and it’s policies in Africa. ?

  4. fritz.s says:

    Scary to think she believed that shit. Just maybe a wee bit judgemental.

  5. Lynny says:

    I just watched earlier James. I learned more about her from this. Very interesting how the dots are being connected to gates and the eugenists during the scamdemic.

  6. MagicBullet says:

    This is a good (and rational) vid that includes JC clips (from 6:48) on BG and good info from none other than…..Alex Jones! being relatively calm and letting the the clips do the talking.


  7. CaptainJohnSmith says:

    Great video James. Appreciate your work.

  8. a.c.f says:

    Not related to this post, but I wanted to share this extremely relevant explanation of why we’re at where we’re at http://paulgraham.com/conformism.html

    • mik says:

      Thank you very much for the link. Immediately I knew I had to read it.

      I’m thoroughly disappointed, article is a complete misconstruction aimed at proving/conceptualizing some other author’s beliefs. Article about conformism has exactly two instances of the word?!?! How can it be???
      Simple, conformity is instantly, in the first paragraph, replaced with a range conventional-minded towards independent-minded. Author obviously doesn’t know what conformity is about, the essence of it. Then a cartesian graph is constructed with “replacement” on one axis and assertiveness on the other.
      The problem of our society supposedly is that assertive independent-minded, the ones capable of starting start-ups (sic!), are bullied by conventional-minded, represented by nowadays academia. Holy shit.

      Oh yeah, simplified two dimensional “explanation” aimed at people with a particular world view, with a particular set of values.

      Values???? we don’t talk about values, that’s from ideologies era.

      Assertive independent-minded ==>> thiel, musk
      Do you think we should support them and the like??
      Sure, they are the most egregious examples of the kind, yes, angels could also be found.

      ” People who would have become professors 50 years ago have other options now. Now they can become quants or start startups.”
      Sure, professors from humanities can Just do it.
      Can professors deluded with feminism and accompanied crap be described as conventional-minded??? They are conformists but not conventional minded in this moment, hopefully not in the future.

      This one is bull’s eye.
      Most of the people find easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism. Conventional minded. Maybe conformists.

      Is that making me one of the rare independent-minded here?? 😉

  9. eat my cake says:

    Nice work bruz,
    I assume most of the audience will know this clip, but for the few who may be new to this wordsmith, here’s George Carlin getting succinct as to “who’s in and not in the big club”


  10. colosseum says:

    Coincidentally, this article popped up on my feed right after James’ video, and there couldn’t be a better follow-up:


    (The title is actually quite mis-leading) – it is mostly about Orwell’s doublespeak and crimestop.

  11. irose says:

    Let’s please separate the eugenicists’ agenda from our autonomy over our bodies, without exceptions! Not even the autonomy of gestating female!
    Before the medicalization of health, before racism & eugenicists there were healers most often women whose craft was ripped away by misogynists, eugenicists & racists.

  12. robert.t says:

    Something to keep in mind: Sanger was largely opposed to abortion. She was not merely against backyard jobs, rather, she saw ‘foeticide’, though justifiable in extremis, as a violent and traumatic measure to be avoided and even condemned. She avoided campaigning for legal access to abortion.

    For all her creepiness, Sanger’s big thing was prevention through snipping, drugs and other contraceptive measures. Her ghost would not have clapped along when Sonny Cuomo put his signature to New York’s Reproductive Health Act.

    So is she being sidelined just because of certain racialist tinges in her pronouncements and policies? Or do modern Sangerites feel Sanger let the team down on their favourite play?

  13. MagicBullet says:

    Good video on the Spy family of Ghislaine Maxwell:

    and question for Corbett: was the timing of the arrest of Epstein important for some reason (and considering he was a eugenicist)? It certainly brought the association of Trump and BG to Epstein to the foreground. It would be hard to believe the timing wasn’t related to Covid and/or the election cycle.

  14. victoria says:

    Killer Angel is being outed as racist b/c of her antisocial distancing lifestyle & stance…

    Margaret Sanger was a Madonna type of woman, with soft reddish-brown hair parted over a quiet brow, and crystal-clear brown eyes. It was she who introduced us all to the idea of birth control, and it, along with other related ideas about sex, became her passion. It was as if she had been more or less arbitrarily chosen by the powers-that-be to voice a new gospel of not only sex-knowledge in regard to conception, but sex-knowledge in regard to copulation and its intrinsic importance. She was the first person I ever knew who was openly an ardent propagandist for the joys of the flesh. This, in those days, was radical indeed when the sense of sin was still so indubitably mixed with the sense of pleasure. Margaret personally set out to rehabilitate sex. She was one of its first conscious promulgators.2 (p.38)

    And she went out of her way to prove it; she flaunted her promiscuity and infidelity every chance she could get. She was still terribly unhappy, but at least now she was terribly rich, too. Immediately, Margaret set herself to the task of using her new wealth to further the cause. She opened a new clinic this time calling it a “Research Bureau” in order to avoid legal tangles. Then she began to smuggle diaphragms into the country from Holland. She waged several successful “turf’ battles to maintain control over her “empire.” She campaigned diligently to win over the medical community. She secured massive foundation grants from the Rockefeller, the Fords, and the Mellons. She took her struggle to Washington, testifying before several congressional committees, advocating the liberalization of contraceptive prescription laws. And she fought for the in-corporation of reproductive control into state programs as a form of social planning. With her almost unlimited financial resources, she was able to open doors and pull strings that had heretofore been entirely inaccessible to her. Margaret was also able to use her newfound wealth to fight an important public relations campaign to redeem her reputation — which, despite her success, bore the taint of radicalism and social disruption. Because of her Malthusian and Eugenic connections, she had willingly become closely associated with the scientists and theorists who put together Nazi Germany’s “race purification” program. She had openly endorsed the euthanasia, sterilization, abortion, and infanticide programs of the early Reich. She happily published a number of articles in The Birth Control Review that mirrored Hitler’s Aryan-White Supremacist rhetoric. She even commissioned her friend, Ernst Rudin, the director of the Nazi Medical Experimentation program, to serve the organization as an advisor. (pp.90-91)

  15. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I thought James Corbett did a fantastic job of “positioning” along with segue script writing for this August 1st video Fact Check: Progressive Hero Margaret Sanger Was a Racist Eugenicist.

    For the record, “Black Lives Matter” has been in the news cycle for about 2 months, with all kinds of protests, destroyed statues and historic landmarks, and new governmental edicts.
    New York City (home of Planned Parenthood of Greater New York ) has especially been supportive of the “Black Lives Matter” ideal.

    Example: In July, a “Black Lives Matter” mural was painted on the street in front of Trump Tower in New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio and Rev. Al Sharpton helped paint the bold, yellow letters across Fifth Avenue.

    Corbett did an excellent job of tying in these “Progressive” concepts with the most relevant Bill Gates agenda.
    It was a masterful approach.
    positioning Definition “the place a brand, product, concept or ideal occupies in the mind of its target audience”, “how an audience perceives something by context to something else”

    • debra.b says:

      I agree regarding this video, HRS. Well done, James!

      And, I was just saying to my mom that those listening to msm will hear nothing else, but Corona and BLM.

    • candlelight says:

      Hahahaaa, HRS:


      Your definition, man, – “target audience” – “perceives” – “something”?

      Sounds like mind control, brother.

      And that’s exactly what it is…..

      And, I’m afraid to tell you, brother, this is no longer the Corbett Report.

      This has become the Corbett Show.


      Gosh, do I feel like a pariah, or what?

      Maybe it’s another hot day in New Yawk!

  16. HomeRemedySupply says:

    ‘Bill Gates, Sr. shaped the values of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’, by his son’s own words

    In June 2009, Bill Gates Sr., 83 was co-chair of the world’s largest charitable organization — the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
    Andy Serwer of Fortune Magazine interviewed both Bill Sr. and his son Bill Gates, (“Trey”), age 53.

    Andy Serwer asks about dispensing advice and parenting.
    Bill Gates says:
    ”I think family traditions that get you to come together and talk about what you’re up to — going on trips together, always sitting at dinner and sharing thoughts — really made a huge difference.
    We learned from our parents what they were trying to do, whether it was United Way or a volunteering activity or the world of business.
    I felt very equipped as I was dealing with adults to talk to them in a comfortable fashion because my parents had shared how they thought about things. “

    Andy Serwer asks:
    ”You guys have this incredible working relationship, and obviously a close familial one as well. What do you think the secret to that is?”

    Bill Gates says:
    ”… And his (Bill Sr.) being there at the foundation full-time really has shaped the values.
    When we have the foundation meeting, people get up and applaud because they see that that really makes a difference.
    And to create a family foundation, when I was busy, and yet to know that the values were going to be right and strong, I give credit for that to my dad.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The above 2009 article came from a link at very recent, August 1, 2020 article:
      Here’s what Bill Gates and Warren Buffett talk about during COVID-19

      This article and video clip are part of the recent, longer, 34 minute video interview which Andy Serwer had with Bill Gates.
      (see comment below)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Thursday morning – July 30, 2020 – Yahoo Finance –
        (in the “Influencers” show segment)
        Bill Gates interviewed by Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andrew Serwer
        (34 minutes)
        (Note: Yahoo Finance is owned by Verizon)

        conspiracy theories
        America’s Frontline Doctors – 25 minutes mark
        Hydroxychloroquine (Bill Gates goes spastic on that topic)

        Bill Gates says:
        ”…In terms of this outrageous, ya know, Hydroxychloroquine anti-mask thing. It spread so fast, that even though eventually the social media people stopped it, it was so famous that now people are still seeking it out.
        And so their ability to stop things before they become widespread – uh, I think that they probably should improve that.
        I don’t think it is easy, because it spread so quickly. I mean, that thing was fairly new and now we have 14 million views and you can’t find it directly on those services, but everybody is sending the link around because it is still out there on the internet.
        And that one – this Hydroxychloroquine thing, this is nutty stuff. I mean, we are supposed to be a developed country that uses science. Oh my god! It’s, uh ah, really hard to believe that that what’s being retweeted.”

        Then the conversation turns to Tony Fauci.

        • mik says:

          gulagtube version of interview

          Damn yahoo doesn’t offer “don’t accept cookies” option. That’s for us from Europe, we have GPRD “protection” bullshit.

        • lovetodust says:

          Oh my God, HR – did you watch it??? I just can’t. Seriously. My blood pressure, which couldn’t be lower, would just explode. Can blood pressure do that? God save us.

        • debra.b says:

          Himself and “other health experts.” He says. Uh uh, so you’re a health expert now, are ya, Bill? Bleah! He’s evil. This is a total puff piece. Andy whatever his name is, couldn’t have placed himself any more firmly up Bill’s a$$ if he tried. Good job little predator class minion! These psychos make me sick!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          August 2, 2020
          Yahoo changes its “comment policy” following the Bill Gates interview in order to “improve stopping misinformation”.
          — Comments are no longer offered under articles —

          Appearing 8/2, a re-run of…
          Article of July 31, 2020 by Korin Miller
          Conspiracy theories around COVID-19 continue to spread.
          Experts weigh in on why people believe them.


          When Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Republican who has publicly shunned face masks, tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, the news sparked a chain reaction…
          …Soon after, Gohmert released a video on Twitter, revealing that he is asymptomatic. He then shared a conspiracy theory about wearing masks that, apparently, he also believes. Gohmert said he “can’t help but wonder” if he contracted COVID-19 from adjusting his mask with his hands…

          …Gohmert’s theory on his mask’s role in his COVID-19 diagnosis, however, may be rooted in outdated information. Back in March, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s leading infectious disease expert, said in an interview with 60 Minutes that “there’s no reason to be walking around with a mask,” adding that people who wear masks tend to touch their face more often to adjust them, and that comes with a risk of spreading germs from their hands to their face.
          However, that has since been debunked, and face masks became widely recommended by public health officials, including Fauci, in April.

          Gohmert is far from the only person spouting flawed information — or floating conspiracies — around the coronavirus…

          …There is plenty of scientific evidence available online from reputable sources like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, and numerous research studies that show COVID-19 is a real threat to public health. There is also research that shows wearing a mask in public can help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Still, conspiracy theories persist.

          So, why do people buy into these COVID-19 conspiracy theories?

          There are many reasons why people believe in conspiracy theories, but the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 make it particularly ripe for these theories — and believers….

          • Fact Checker says:

            “However, that has since been debunked, and face masks became widely recommended by public health officials…”
            I love how debunked now means “arbitrarily reversed.”

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    August 1, 2020 – Saturday
    Pro-lifers arrested for chalking ‘Black PRE-BORN Lives Matter’ outside Planned Parenthood clinic in DC (VIDEO)
    (4 minutes video)

  18. lizzie says:

    I wanted to share my early draft of the Bill gates info poster I’m working on so any help would be hugely appreciated.

    Bill Gates’ Solution
    Is not the only solution
    Bill Gates wealth and influence is being used to shape our future. A future where huge cooperations leave little room for the natural moral values people share. Trust, truthfulness and fairness are the way to progress towards a better way of living.
    Huge monopolies are detrimental to independent research, organic development and healthy commerce.

    Bill Gates and the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation
    •Donated $75 million to media outlets such as the BBC, Al Jazeera, NBC and Le Monde
    •Have financial links to companies such as Monsanto, GlaxoSmithKlein and Unilever.
    •Invested in technologies researching 5G, geoengineering, lab grown meat and genetically modified mosquitoes.
    •Has pledged over $7 billion to the main organisations involved in the Covid 19 response including the John Hopkins Foundation, Gavi, the World Health Organisation, Imperial College London, CDC and the NIH.
    •Partnered with the John Hopkins Foundation in Nov 2019 hosting Event 201, a simulation of how the world would react to a corona virus pandemic.
    •In the last 5 years despite giving $23 billion in (tax deductible) charitable donations, the foundation amassed $27 billion iin investment income.
    •Has a frog in his throat – Kermit the frog (fact check needed on this)

    The fact that his own father was the head of planned parenthood, a controversial eugenics society makes you wonder who Bill gates really is and what are his true motivations . His 2001 court case ‘The US vs Microsoft’ the court ruled that Microsoft was illegally maintaining its monopoly position in the PC market. It could be possible that under the guise of philanthropic work he also seeks to monopolise the global heath market.
    For solutions and more information follow these links

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I like it.
      This would make a good “Letter to the Editor” that sometimes gets published in local papers.

    • debra.b says:

      frog in his throat…lol.

      Looks good Lizzie. The bullet point regarding him profiting more than giving, I might move closer to the top of the list. Attention keeper that one, I’d say. 🙂

    • CQ says:

      It’s great, lizzie!

      Would you consider writing: “Bill Gates and Melinda Gates and their foundation”? I say this because Melinda is equally complicit in the crimes of this couple against the developing world parents and children whose health, happiness, and lives she pretends to care about.

      Not that she any more compassion for parents and children in the developed world — unless they are “her kind.”

      It’s just she and Bill can’t perform their cruel experiments in western countries so easily nor can their pharma phriends so readily “dump” product in countries where some of the ingredients have been banned.

    • lovetodust says:

      lizzie, I don’t have the documentation but it might be in Corbett’s Gates Documentaries – but might you mention the Gates Foundation in Africa and in India for the past ten years.

      From what I understand India asked them to leave. And there’s lots to tell in Africa. Bobby Kennedy has a lot of info about Gates Foundation in Africa.

      It goes to the heart of vaccine injury. And considering ours might be mandatory frightening.

    • pearl says:

      Looking good, Lizzie! Just a couple typos stood out to me. In the sentence, “A future where huge cooperations leave little room for the natural moral values people share.” Should it be corporations? One more: Event 201 was in October 2019.

      • lizzie says:

        Thank you very much Pearl. It’s very important to get these things right. I thought I’d finish it today but spent hours trying to make Bill’s head fit into a globe.

  19. elaine.w says:

    “..the science of eugenics–the promotion of the best stock and the steady and humane reduction of the worst stock, of any species–has been deliberately suppressed among humans. This is ironic, because all animal breeders use eugenics as a matter of course, and would be aghast should anyone tell them this science is ‘invalid’. Dog breeders, horse breeders, cattle breeders and others, all employ eugenics to breed up the best sort of sheep, the best sort of dog and the best sort of cattle. Put otherwise, no animal breeder would deliberately promote the worst sort of sheep, the worst short of dog, the worst sort of cattle.” Patrick Chouinard, from his book “Rise of the Aryans”

    “No man will treat with indifference the principle of race. It is the key to history and why history is so often confused is that it has been written by men who were ignorant of this principle and all the knowledge it involves…Language and religion do not make a race – there is only one thing which makes a race, and that is blood.” – Benjamin Disraeli, Prime Minister of Britain during part of the reign of Queen Victoria.

  20. lizzie says:

    I just watched these short videos of people talking about their experiences on Anna Brees page

    There are more of us

  21. debra.b says:

    Children’s Health Defense Tweet:

    Yale COVID study’s “not bravery message”: “firefighters, doctors, and front line medical workers are brave. Those who choose not to get vaccinated against COVID-19 are not brave.”
    See all 12 Orwellian messages in the study here: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04460703……


    • CQ says:

      The sickening 1984-like trial is more than offset in my mind by the wonderful tweets responding to that Yale study, debra.b (you live too close for comfort to that university, don’t you!).

      I was especially struck by the tweet that reads: “One of the stipulations to getting emergency approval for a vaccine is there must be no adequate, approved, and available alternative” (I’m memorizing the 5 A’s: adequate, approved, and available alternative”)! Not surprisingly, that tweet ends with the reminder: “Follow the $.”

      For anyone clicking on the clinicaltrials.gov link that deb supplied, please copy/paste it through the “3”; if you include the dots, you’ll end up in no man’s land. (Strangely, when you click on the same link with all the dots in the CHD tweet, it opens to the right place. Go figure.)

      Thanks, deb. I appreciate all the juicy finds you come across and share with us.

      • debra.b says:

        You’re welcome CQ! Yes, I live 18 miles from Yale. Plus, everything medical in my local and close surrounding area is under the Yale umbrella now. Including the hospital where I just was at a few weeks ago. And, my family physician, psychiatrist, hematologist. My grandson was born at Yale hospital. Also, two of my other specialists are at Yale itself. Previous doctors I had sent me off to the Yale specialists because my conditions were “too complex” or “beyond their expertise.” This happened when I came close to death in 2017. Oh, and Greenwich Hospital is under Yale too. It’s kinda creepy.

        Yep, that’s a good reply tweet. I usually look at reply tweets too because sometimes I find something better from the reply thread. 🙂

        • lovetodust says:

          debra.b, Some time ago, Bobby Kennedy, Jr. was invited by (I think) the Health Dept in CT to debate a professor at Yale regarding Vaccine Safety. Little by little it turned into FIVE professors at Yale. Everyone was going to get 8 minutes to speak. Which meant Yale got 40 and Kennedy got 8. Bobby said “That’s all I need.”

          He took the red-eye to CT from CA where he lives. He showed up at the meeting place to face five empty chairs.

          “They got the phone calls” he said.

          No one will debate him, or anyone else about vaccine safety because they know they will lose.

          Which brings to mind the question many people ask about “why don’t more doctors, scientists, etc speak up?” about covid (or other controversial subjects). I suppose if you are the head of a lab you are thinking not only of your own job but the loss of jobs at your lab because of the loss of funding you will suffer for speaking out.

          I am not saying that’s the right thing to do, but I do understand it.

    • MagicBullet says:

      Thanks for this good find of a frightening and unethical study that JC should take up on a vid.

      -First, on “protecting the community”, if a person is vaccinated from an effective vaccine then how can they get covid from an unvacced person?
      -Next If 2 unvacced persons spread it to each other, well that was their personal choice.
      -Lastly, there is an astronomically small chance that unvacced can infect a person who is medically excluded from a vaccine, though those persons really need to stay away from any kind of viral infection, ie stay home in a bubble. And how did the unvacced person get it to begin with if most of the population is vacced or recovered-immune? Ah, the point of the vaccine isn’t to protect us from a virus to begin with…

      Technical note: the twitter link works but the clintrial link gives “invalid URL”, I think its cut off in your post.

      • debra.b says:

        You’re welcome MagicBullet! I agree. Frightening and unethical. As is Yale.

        I copied and pasted the text from the tweet that included the link, but I didn’t realize it only works if you go to the tweet and click from there. Here’s the direct link. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04460703


      • mik says:

        Frightening ok, but unethical, why, I wouldn’t say that.

        Another response to “we have to protect medically excluded from a vaccine” so we all should take vaccine: by doing this some of vaccinated are are designated with 100% probability that they will suffer side effects, most probably death included. Is this more ok?

        I think defense against corona fascism should be from more basic position: we should not allow to be perceived as a potential grandma killers. James made an excellent video.

    • lovetodust says:

      Lord save us.

  22. lovetodust says:

    That “Lord save us” was supposed to be a reply to debra.b’s Yale link.

    If you all do not read offguardian I suggest you go over there today.

    There are two stories today: “UK’s Excess Death….” AND our own Corbett’s Margaret Sanger video from above.

    I would strongly suggest that you take a look at a docu that someone in the comment section of “UK’s Excess Death” linked: “Positively False – Birth of a Heresy – HIV AIDS” (you can watch it from the link, or get it on amazon)

    Filmed in 2011. Apart from being an eye opening (for me) story about AIDS, what is most astounding is that you could be watching a documentary about COVID 19!! I knew some of the characters through all the reading/watching I’ve done during covid – Dr. Gallo (Fauci’s cohort), Luc Montagnier, the pharma companies, the corruption and the suppression. It’s astonishing. Same old same old! Something to show your friends when they just can’t understand why you don’t trust the narrative.

    Also, in the comment section of the Sanger story someone linked a very good 15 minute video of Denis Rancourt speaking to a community group “Everything most important about Covid”. I had not heard Rancourt speak before although I’ve seen his name a lot. This was very informative.

  23. Droves of Perception says:

    Ok. there are some pretty touchy points in this documentary and some very one sided interpretations yet much indisputable, sourced info that Had not seen, (Churchhill, FDR, etc). someone needs to make the world warII documentary video, merging some of this info. Hopefully the facts that support each other could gain even more traction. I was blown away by the Almanac’s own declaration of population increases between 1945-1947. but most won’t touch on post war atrocities and history rewrites oof this nature. Unfortunately that seems to be why we are where we are though. Taboo language, unmentionable facts are almost always the most important to be exposed! https://www.bitchute.com/video/YDyz9eZKkSQv/

  24. joanne.w says:

    Here’s a related article:

    The Pleasures of Depopulating the Earth


    • Fact Checker says:

      I read that too, but refrained from citing it here because I am leery of this “Larry Romanoff” persona.
      Notice that in this article he subscribes to the easily debunked straw-man that Sanger referred to “Jews!” as “human weeds.”
      Much like Israel Shamir, also featured on Unz, Romanoff’s articles swing widely and randomly in terms of point of view and style. Romanoff at once pushes the bolognavirus narrative (albeit with the twist that he accuses the US Military as “seeding” the pathogen in China), and also argues that that narrative is a mind-control psy-op in the tradition of MK-Ultra. He appears to be some kind of hasbara composite persona to me.

  25. victoria says:

    haiku hodgepodge…

    eugenocidal race

    f*ckt checker snopes &
    kkk seeds, human weeds
    margareta bill
    rockefeller memes
    bioethics dirty deeds
    johnny d david
    roosevelt darwin
    aping apes, huxleyan snakes
    sterile alex bell
    harriman nazi
    carnegie monstrosity
    cold spring harboring
    galton coined inbred
    experimental evol
    prescott taught poppy
    mendel mengele
    blue eyed twins & übermensch
    blavatsky’s daemons
    third world kissinger
    malthusian emma g
    planned parenthoodlums
    psychopathic fornigates
    selling baby parts
    dupont duke rothschild
    philanthropic imbeciles
    vaccination who

    eugenics timeline

  26. brig says:

    Just saw this report on FOX about Kanye West, concerning abortion, and the topic of Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood as a dark force was brought up. Weird how you can see this kind of reporting on FOX, of all places. CNN and MSNBS suck worse than ever, that is for sure!


  27. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This article with embedded VIDEO clip support’s Corbett’s Sanger video

    (IMAGES, PHOTOS and Referenced sources)

    By Carole Novielli
    April 10, 2018
    Everything you need to know: A history of Planned Parenthood, Part I

    Of particular interest is a 10 minute video clip which highlights the racial aspect of the Eugenics movement, especially targeting black people for sterilization.)

    “This clip from the documentary film, Maafa21, recounts a case in which eugenics courts utilized Planned Parenthood’s services to do the dirty work of eugenic sterilizations:”

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