Margaret Sanger Father Of Modern Society

ProLifeCorner.com – 3-5-2013 – by AnnaRae – When we think of the most evil and harmful people of the 20th century, I’m sure most of us would first think of Hitler or Marx.  An average appearing woman would more than likely not enter our minds.  And yet, Margaret Sanger rates up with Hitler and Marx for pure evil.  The woman who started Planned Parenthood has to claim responsibility for the over 56 million dead babies aborted , just in America alone.

This book “Margaret Sanger, Father of Modern Society” by Elasah Drogin takes us to her early days and shows the reader how she became a rabid eugenics engineer; her hatred of many facets of society such as the poor, the religious, the blacks, the Hispanics, the Eastern Europeans to name but a few.  It discloses her rise to great wealth and power, doing only as she pleased and not caring for anyone but herself and her selfish desires.  Yet, she would have people believe she was encouraging birth control to help the poor!  Does this sound familiar?  It should-Planned Parenthood still uses this canard today!

Reading more of the book just demonstrates her disdain for those she considers inferior.  One comes away with the realization that history does, indeed, repeat itself if we do not learn from it.  Her methods and ideals are not far removed from those of Hitler.

As you read this book you will see that there is nothing new under the sun; the same old tactics that worked 60 years ago are alive and well today and are destroying our society bit by bit.  Unless we become informed and all work together to stop this holocaust of our unborn (and now possibly our elderly and infirm) we shall become like ancient Rome-a fallen civilization.

This book has been out-of-print for some time now.  However, we did see that it was available at: www.Amazon.com

3 thoughts on “Margaret Sanger Father Of Modern Society

  1. Thanks for a wonderful review and for spreading the news this excellent book is available again. Perhaps you might post your review on Amazon.com so that the book’s rating will reflect its worth? I am posting my own review today.

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