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Sometimes, however much we don't want to judge, however we strive always to be charitable, however much we are called to love, one also has to call things as they are and this is particularly true with Planned Parenthood, which is an evil entity.

We are not judging individuals. We are judging the organization.

It is nefarious and its evil is metaphysical. It has been nefarious since its beginning.

Few know that the origins of Planned Parenthood are with a eugenicist who advocated eventual elimination of the handicapped gene pool, limitations on births to the poor, and perhaps a one-child-per-family law and forced abortions. At least, mandatory sterilizations. She had connections to occult groups. Her work was read by Adolph Hitler.

More on that in a moment. Most recently, counselors for this organization have been exposed via hidden cameras giving advice to teenagers on how to "enjoy" any kind of sex, including hardcore sado-masochism and even asphyxiation (whereby one nearly passes out from choking, gaining some sort of thrill from this). Anything is okay, they are apparently telling our young, if both parties consent to it.

It seems that Planned Parenthood isn't content with simple contraception and abortion (its mainstay); it also wants to pervert our young before terminating their pregnancies.

If that sounds harsh, it is the harsh truth, with our apologies.

We are called to pray for these people, many of whom are somehow convinced, apparently, they are doing the right thing. This is the work of the Deceiver, who rarely has successes at this level -- performing blatant evil in a way that seems altruistic and garners support on the topmost levels of government.

It is an organization, Planned Parenthood, that performs 300,000 abortions a year (twice the population of Syracuse, New York) and does this evil in such a refined way as to sway national politics, intimidating candidates to take positions in favor of even the most extreme forms of abortion (such as late-term).

To see how refined it has become takes only to watch the well-coiffed president of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, a thoroughly "sophisticated" and seemingly caring modern woman calmly and affably explaining that when human life begins is "not relevant" to abortion. Life begins, she said, referencing her own children (she has two daughters), at "delivery" she said last February, 2014, in a video interview.

If that fought logic (never mind moral plausibility: babies often survive many weeks, even several months, before they would normally be delivered), it is explicable when one studies the nature, "cleverspeak," and glamour of evil (which, as we often point out, is the word "live" spelled backwards). 

This is a woman whose organization performs a third of abortions in the U.S., who embraces dignitaries like the President of the United States (who at a dinner asked God to bless them; the government has been funding this organization for decades, under presidents of every stripe, to the tune of $540 million a year), and who lobbies relentlessly for more termination of the unborn -- all the while putting on the svelte, caring demeanor. An angel of light.

In most cases, we wish to believe, these are not evil people per se  but ones who have a remarkable blind side. They are people who go to places like Harvard or Yale, where, too often -- immersed in the minutiae of humanistic academia (read: atheism) -- they can't seem to see the forest. (A baby is "part" of a woman's "body"?)

At other times, blindness can't be the excuse; at times, the evil is flat-out apparent to all but those who have convinced themselves that there is no evil.

And Planned Parenthood is often an example of this, most notably in another undercover video that has been released (now viewed by more than a million young people) whereby this caring, nurturing organization instructs the young on the joys and ways of sadomasochism and sexual bondage (using a collegiate narrator who talks as if she's instructing on make-up, dating, or hair hygiene).

One might wonder, but for evil, why an organization that's chiefly supposed to deal with birth control and reproductive "rights" is so concomitantly interested in promoting extreme sexual immorality.

And the answer is plain.

There is a dark underpinning that goes back to the foundress, Margaret Sanger -- a eugenicist who was even cited by Nazis. This is a woman who boldly advocated measures that included the issuance of permits to those wanting a child and a limit of one baby per household (she would have been at home in Communist China). She was especially intent on limiting black babies -- ironic, in that her organization is fully embraced by the first black president and other minority leaders.

"We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities," Sanger once said (in Woman, Morality, and Birth Control). "The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members."

The fruit?

Look at the level of abortion in the black community.

Elsewhere this founder of Planned Parenthood, described impoverished immigrants as “human weeds,” “reckless breeders,” “spawning … human beings who never should have been born.” Children of the poor were "human waste."

In a book called Woman and the New Race and a chapter headed, "The Wickedness of Creating Large Families," Sanger once said: "[We should] apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring."

Here you can watch her say there should be "no more babies" (at least for ten years).

“The main objects of the Population Congress would be to apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring[;] to give certain dysgenic groups in our population their choice of segregation or sterilization,” she said in “A Plan for Peace” (1932).

In a 1957 interview with Mike Wallace, Sanger remarked that “I think the greatest sin in the world is bringing children into the world — that have disease from their parents, that have no chance in the world to be a human being practically. Delinquents, prisoners, all sorts of things just marked when they’re born.

The purpose in promoting birth control, she said, was "to create a race of thoroughbreds" (Birth Control Review, Nov. 1921).

"The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it," she said in Women and the New Race. (Click here for other of her quotes.)

When we think of folks who have had a remarkable effect on the course of society -- and yet kept under the radar, considering the magnitude of their effect -- we think of occultists like Aleister Crowley or Madame Blavatsky. There is a dark mystical aspect. The secular Catholic media misses this.

As it happens, Sanger's personal beliefs evolved from Freemasonry and Theosophy (a deeply occult belief system started by Blavatsky, a practicing psychic/clairvoyant who followed Crowley, founder of the Church of Satan). "Sanger was involved in the occult, attended seances, and engaged in Eastern mediation," says Winford Claiborne of the International Gospel Hour.

Sanger's arch opponent, to no surprise, was the Catholic Church.

"Sanger's sexual license was another motivation for her Anti-Catholic sniping," notes a Christian website. "A Sanger biographer, David M. Kennedy, said her primary goal was to 'increase the quantity and quality of sexual relationships.' The birth control movement, she said, freed the mind from "sexual prejudice and taboo, by demanding the frankest and most unflinching re-examination of sex in its relation to human nature and the basis of human society."

Quite the trend-setter. There's a book about her called Killer Angel.

She was a huge force behind radical feminism, daughter of an atheist activist, herself author of a newsletter with the slogan, "No gods, no masters." Let us pray for her. She was a huge force behind "women's liberation" and the sexual revolution.

Remarkable: how nice and educated and "with it" and caring this organization can seem.

How very deceiving.

If there is a more deceptive organization in operation in our country, in our time, please advise us of it.

The manifestations of late have been especially egregious.

Lila Rose, president of Live Action, told one news outlet that “every parent and educator would agree that we should not be telling little girls to whip, or to be whipped or to practice asphyxiation, chaining or choking during sex.” This has been documented on other occasions as well: Planned Parenthood as promoter of sexual perversion, in addition to abortion.

"Do what thou wilt" was the credo of a famous satanist.

It is also the credo, apparently, of Planned Parenthood.

We can't judge individual souls -- no one can; even our own. We all have done evil and have been influenced by it. All of us have been blinded, at one time or another. But one must really marvel at the extent and refinement of this. We will not proclaim any individual "evil," but there certainly is that dark influence -- as dark as it comes -- with Planned Parenthood (which in its early days was funded by "new world" groups like the Rockefeller Foundation).

Are some of these svelte folks candidates for what exorcists call "perfect possession"?

Sanger died a bisexual drug addict and alcoholic in Arizona on September 6, 1966.

A lost decade. A decade that still haunts us.

--Michael H. Brown, 8/8/14

[see also: 'Margaret Sanger gets her wish!']

[Note also: Michael Brown retreats: Connecticut and Announcing two retreats in California]

[resources: The Spirits Around Us and An Exorcist Tells His Story]

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A Live Action investigator posing as a fifteen-year-old girl recorded a counselor at a Planned Parenthood in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area who advised her about violent sexual practices. 

The counselor told the investigator that “anything within the sexual world is normal as long as it’s consensual,” adding that if a sex partner wants to engage in practices that are “gonna cause you harm or pain, and you’re okay with that,” it is “completely different” than if that partner wants “to try something that you’re not okay with.”



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