Margaret Sanger and Josef Mengele would be proud of Planned Parenthood.
Eugenics is a social philosophy advocating the improvement of human genetic traits through the promotion of higher rates of sexual reproduction for people with desired traits and sterilization of people with undesired traits. (Source: Wikipedia)
The ultimate working-out of this philosophy was seen in the 1930’s and 1940’s, because sterilization simply takes too long. Killing was much more efficient. As technology has advanced, the killing has simply moved from the cattle car and gas chamber to the womb.
Since killing all the Down’s Syndrome babies in America would appear to be monstrous to just about all Americans, the eugenicists at Planned Parenthood have to settle for killing all the Down’s babies in utero–or black babies, or female babies for that matter. Why else would they fight in federal court to throw out an Indiana law that extends the right to live on the basis of race, sex, or genetic defect for the unborn?
Planned Parenthood and the ACLU don’t want Judge Tanya Walton Pratt, an Obama appointee, to simply throw out the part of HB 1337, signed by current VP candidate and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence that deals with genetic defects. They want the whole law thrown out.
The law provides for proper burial or cremation of aborted or miscarried babies, in keeping with their humanity, and requires abortionists with hospital admitting privileges to renew those privileges annually.
House Bill 1337 was mainly pushed in obvious effort to decrease the number of discriminatory abortions, particularly when it comes to babies with genetic disorders like Down Syndrome. As reported by the Charlotte Lozier Institute, babies with Down Syndrome are being murdered in the womb in increasing numbers, resulting in a 30 percent decrease in the Down Syndrome community in 2015.
We know what happens when mothers are given quick and accessible blood tests for Down’s Syndrome babies and then pressured to abort those babies. It’s called genocide, or extinction. It’s happening in the U.K. right now.
Around 90 per cent of pregnancies that involve the condition end in a termination. In 2014, 693 abortions were carried out for this reason – a jump of 34 per cent since 2011. The rise is blamed on increased access to blood tests via private clinics. American campaigners warn of the risk of “extinction”. In Denmark, the head of a midwife association blandly told a newspaper: “When you can discover almost all the foetuses with Down Syndrome, then we are approaching a situation in which almost all of them will be aborted.”
Unfortunately, Judge Pratt is solidly on the side of eugenicists, who believe that we should play God and remove unwanted traits from the human genome (or races, colors, or Jews).