The IPPF (International Planned Parenthood Federation) published their plan in 1969 to reduce the population and encourage abortion and sterlisation. The plan known as the Jaffe Plan was called Examples of proposed Measures to Reduce U.S. Fertility, was written by Frederick Jaffe (Planned Parenthood head of research) in 1969. He made further suggestions in Activities Relevant to the Study of Population Policy for the U.S.,a memo written by the same man and quoted in Family Planning Perspectives special supplement no. 1129, 10-70/30, p. ix.
According to the most recent tax filing, the purpose of Planned Parenthood Federation of America is to provide leadership in “[a]chieving, through informed individual choice, a U.S. population of stable size in an optimum environment; in stimulating and sponsoring relevant biomedical, socio-economic, and demographic research.”
Its on page 82 of this document. So it is, in reality, a population-control organization. Funny, this is never mentioned in its advertising campaigns nor it doesn't make it into the "About Us" section of the group's website, which repeatedly claims its mission is to protect women's health, when in fact the real mission is to keep 'control' the population.
According to the Planned Parenthood's latest report, in 2009, the organization performed 332,278 abortions, the most it has performed in a year to date, but referred merely 977 women for adoption. In 2008, it performed 324,008 abortions and referred 2,405 for adoption—all the while receiving more than $363 million in government grants and contracts for the year.
With approximately 1.2 million abortions done annually in the United States via surgical abortions or the mifepristone abortion drug, Planned Parenthood has increased its share of the abortion industry to 27.6 percent of all abortions done annually.
The new document the abortion organization posted shows Planned Parenthood provided prenatal services to merely 7,021 women and referred only 977 women for adoption services. These numbers were a 25 percent drop in prenatal care clients and a whopping 59 percent decline in adoption referrals from the 2,405 adoption referrals in 2008. The abortion business helped only 9,433 prenatal clients in 2008, down substantially from the 11,000 women it provided prenatal care to in 2007 — showing health care given to pregnant woman has fallen substantially over the years.
As a result, 97.6 percent of pregnant women going to Planned Parenthood are sold abortions while less than 2.4 percent of pregnant women received non-abortion services including adoption and prenatal care. That's up from 96.5 percent of pregnant women going to Planned Parenthood getting abortions in 2008.
The truth is that from its very inception, Planned Parenthood has sought mandatory population control measures - measures carefully designed to deny the freedom to choose. Over the years it has proposed that our government implement such things as "compulsory abortion for out-of-wedlock pregnancies," federal entitlement "payments to encourage abortion," "compulsory sterilisation for those who have already had two children," and "tax penalties" for existing large families.
Although Planned Parenthood's sterilisation crusade has seen ready acceptance in the western world from time to time, especially among the ill, the infirm, the poor, and the incarcerated, most of its other coercive programmes have been embraced enthusiastically in a number of other countries.
China, for example has taken Planned Parenthood's suggestions to heart, launching a brutal no-holds-barred, one-child-per-couple policy. Nearly one hundred million forced abortions, mandatory sterilisations, and coercive infanticides later, Planned Parenthood continues to maintain that the communist government's genocidal approach to population control is a "model of efficiency."
Similar draconian measures have been implemented at Planned Parenthood's behest in dozens of countries throughout the Third World. Providing many of these with detailed restraints and quotas, suggested compulsory incentives and disincentives, and assistance in circumventing public opinion and moral opposition, Planned Parenthood has taken the lead in the international campaign to crush the rights of women to choose if and when they will have children.
The slow advance of Planned Parenthood's coercive programmes has eroded freedom of choice in the western world as well. Parents often cannot choose to save the lives of their unborn babies. Pro-Life advocates often cannot choose to exercise their first amendment right in front of abortionaries and clinics. Alternative centres for women with crisis pregnancies often cannot choose to counsel, lobby, solicit, or advertise on an equal basis with abortuaries.
In October 2000, it was discovered that the International Planned Parenthood Federation was illegally using U.S Aid monies to finance abortions in Third World countries. The U.S. National
Accounting Office said the IPPF and eight other "family planning" groups had refused to comply with a U.S. congressional mandate that U.S. Aid grantees cease abortion activities as a condition of funding. The IPPF claimed its abortion funding, using U.S. money, was "inadvertent."
In October 2001, Cheryllyn Dudley, a South African MP, put forth a notice of motion in the national assembly that, "Condemns the actions of Planned Parenthood and the United Nations Population Fund, who are advancing their unscrupulous agenda in the name of charity, taking advantage of people when they are most vulnerable ... Planned Parenthood alone has killed more New Yorkers than Osama bin Laden has, and these figures pale in comparison with the children they have murdered in Africa, Asia and South America." The motion also called PP a "most insidious enemy ... (who) murders the unborn children of the world in broad daylight."
These are just two examples of IPPF's covert funding of abortion in third-world countries.
Planned Parenthood's pose as a champion of the underprivileged is a cruel hoax foisted on the uninformed and unsuspecting.
The truth is Planned Parenthood appears to want to eliminate the poor, not serve them.
Animosity toward the weak and lowly has been its hallmark from its earliest days. In fact, its entire programme of family limitation was designed to foster an elitist pogrom against the underclasses.
To this day the thrust of Planned Parenthood's literature focuses on the terrible burden that the poor place on the rich. It continually reminds us of the costs that welfare mothers incur for the elite. It constantly devises new plans to penetrate Black, Hispanic, and ethnic communities with its crippling message of eugenic racism. It seems that its only use for the deprived and rejected is as bait for huge federal subsidies and foundation grants. "If we must have welfare," Sanger argued, "give it to the rich, not to the poor." Her organisation has for years attempted to translate that philosophy into public policy.
During the 1980's Planned Parenthood in the USA shifted its focus from community-based clinics to school-based clinics. Of the over one hundred school-based clinics that have opened nationwide in the last decade, none have been at substantially all-white schools. None have been at suburban middle-class schools. Virtually all have been at Black, minority, or ethnic schools. In most Black communities in the US abortions outstrip births by as much as three-to-one.
Thirty-two percent of all abortions in the US are performed on minority mothers. The sterilisation rate among Blacks is 45% higher than among Whites. Among Hispanics the rate is 30% higher. As many as 42% of all American Indian women and 35% of all Puerto Rican women have been sterilised. In Houston, Texas and Fort Wayne, Indiana, discount coupons, pop records and sponsored dances have been used by Planned Parenthood to lure minority women into their clinics. In other cities clients are bribed with cash or prizes.
Black Financial Analyst William L. Davis argues,
There is no way to escape the implication. When an organisation has a history of racism, when its literature is openly racist, when its goals are self-consciously racial, and when its programs invariably revolve around race, it doesn't take an expert to realize that the organisation is indeed racist. Really now, how can anyone believe anything about Planned Parenthood except that it is a hive of elitist bigotry, prejudice, and bias? Just because the organisation has a smattering of minority staffers in key positions does nothing to dispel the plain facts.
Puerto Rico has the highest rate of sterilisation in the world, some 35 percent of women of childbearing age have been sterilised. This compares with 5 percent in India and 3 percent in Pakistan. These public sterilisation programs were propelled along by intense political propaganda which led people to believe that the economic crisis and unemployment was due to the increase in population.
It is significant to note that 90 percent of these sterilisation of brown-skinned women were paid for by the United States government! Planned Parenthood has Family Planning International Assistance programs at work in at least 102 nations. These birth control clinics use medical supplies from the United States government. The U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) provided some $732 million for international population program assistance from 1965-75. The IPPF is the largest quasi-governmental agency promoting abortion around the world via its extensive chain of clinics and affiliates.
When investigators called Planned Parenthood to designate a donation specifically to abort a black baby, clinic representatives enthusiastically complied. Here’s how an Idaho clinic director responded:
Idaho Donor: The abortion—I can give money specifically for a black baby, that would be the purpose?
PP Rep: Absolutely. If you wanted to designate that your gift be used to help an African-American woman in need, then we would certainly make sure that the gift was earmarked for that purpose.
Idaho Donor: Great, because I really faced trouble with affirmative action, and I don’t want my kids to be disadvantaged against black kids. I just had a baby; I want to put it in his name.
PP Rep: Yes, absolutely.
Idaho Donor: And we don’t, you know we just think, the less black kids out there the better.
PP Rep: Understandable, understandable.
Idaho Donor: Right. I want to protect my son, so he can get into college
PP Rep: Alright. Excuse my hesitation, this is the first time I’ve had a donor call and make this kind of request, so I’m excited, and want to make sure I don’t leave anything out.
Planned Parenthood poses a threat to minority communities. Founder Margaret
Sanger once wrote in a private letter,
We do not want 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.
Many Planned Parenthood centers set up “women in need” or “justice” funds designating money specifically for minority abortions. With more than 79% of clinics in minority neighborhoods, Planned Parenthood performs more than 1,400 abortions on African-Americans every day.