“Understandable, Understandable..”

“Understandable, understandable”

“It’s a strange time, for sure”

“For whatever reason we’ll accept the money”

in the wake of the series of utterly revolting videos explaining the depth of the evil at Planned Genocide, this article from Live Action News has – besides the already known quotes from Margaret Sanger; I have already written something about the woman – two videos. I would like here to direct your attention on the second; unfortunately, I could not post it directly here on the page.

In the video, a man calls Planned Genocide and says he wants to donate an abortion of a black child, because he is (clearly) White and against affirmative action, fearing that his own child might one day be disadvantaged.

Four calls are recorded: three of the answers are noted above, the fourth woman (they were all women, by the way; I smell “gender discrimination” here) keeps the conversation neutral but still gladly accept the donation knowing it is made with the stated aim to help killing Blacks in a legal way.

Well, if you thought the atrocious videos are only (cough) isolated episodes, and extreme examples that do not reflect the activity of Planned Genocide, this short video shows you’ll have to face reality: racism of the most brutal, “We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population” (© Margaret Sanger, 1939) sort is alive and kicking in 2015 Planned Genocide.

Think of this: if the KKK were still alive (I mean, as a meaningful entity) and they were jamming the phone lines asking to be able to make donations with the explicit, stated intent of having as few Blacks born as possible, they would receive answers like “understandable, understandable”, “It’s a strange time, for sure” and “For whatever reason we’ll accept the money”.

Don’t miss the populist tweets at the beginning. They are precious.


Posted on August 9, 2015, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on “Understandable, Understandable..”.

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