Skip to comments.What!? Look at plans for compulsory sterilization, abortion (Stunning Planned Parenthood Memo)
Posted on 11/30/2011 12:41:33 PM PST by NYer
A stunning Planned Parenthood document that includes radical ideas such as compulsory abortion and sterilization; special "permits" to have children; penalizing parents; and encouraging homosexuality dovetails with some Obamacare mandates, according to a former Planned Parenthood director.
Abby Johnson, who left her position after helping with an abortion and writing about her experience in "unPLANNED," said the document has been around for 40 years but has been virtually ignored.
"When I worked at Planned Parenthood, there was something that we were not allowed to talk about," Johnson said. "If we didn't talk about it, then maybe no one else would either. It was called the Jaffe Memo."
The document is a memorandum about population control
to Population Council President Bernard Berelson from Frederick S. Jaffe, vice president of Planned Parenthood.
It suggests fertility control agents in the water supply; applying a "substantial marriage tax" as well as a "child tax"; taxing married couples more than singles; eliminating maternity leaves or benefits; removing child care facilities and then requiring women to work; compulsory abortion and sterilizations; and a "stock certificate type permit for children."
(Story continues below)
Johnson explained that in 1969, the federal government asked Planned Parenthood to offer ideas to address overpopulation."
"They did just that," she said. "What is in the memo as a 'solution' to overpopulation is astonishing. And, I'm sorry to say, it looks like the Jaffe memo is starting to show its face in our culture."
She said she found out something during her current pregnancy that spurred her to try to bring attention to Jaffe's work.
She said she found out that not only did her insurance plan exclude maternity coverage, she could not find any private insurance companies offering such coverage.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
The memo includes:
Like the Communist Manifesto, a lot of this has manifested.
If you watch this, they go through all the communist goals for America that have been achieved:
Two things I don’t believe:
One, that a 1969 memo was common but secret knowledge among PP staff in the 2000s.
Two, that insurance companies are saying that Obamacare mandates that private insurance not offer maternity coverage.
Maternity coverage is not excluded from my family’s private plan, and the Dems would never do something that so blatantly “hurts women.” If Johnson was trying to get maternity coverage after she was already pregnant, she’d have a problem all right, but not the one she says.
This is what the left DOES.
I should not say “never” but “never when it is so politically inexpedient.” Times do change.
This is what the left DOES.
People forget how we heard this crap daily for 10 years after that. It was pushed by the Sierra Club, the Rockefellers, the usual gang.
America has been trying to recover ever since.
Freepmail wagglebee to subscribe or unsubscribe from the moral absolutes ping list.
Well, since we’re facing a population crash in the Western World, we really need something different, don’t we?
Apply this only to Leftists.
does not surprise me
Those things were all part of the FOUNDING of Planned Parenthood a century ago. Why would we expect they’d ever change?
ping for later.
It’s not stunning for those of us who are aware of the lefts agenda.
It’s only stunning for those who have believed, hook, line, and sinker, the liberals lying propaganda for so many years.
HELLO!!!! This is what we conservatives have been warning about.
The Federal Government asked Planned Parenthood in 1969. Just remember who was in the White House in 1969...
Here’s a hint.
It was an electable, moderate Republican.
The same one who took us completely off the gold standard, and started the BATFE and DEA.
The same one who “opened the door to China”.
IOW, the sort of stuff we’ll get with NOOT or Willard.
bump for later reading
Thanks. I’m sure you know about this:
The WaPo piece:
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.