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Friday, January 25, 2013

Margeret Sanger, left wing radical feminist;aka feminazi hag

As part of her efforts to promote birth control, Sanger found common cause with proponents of eugenics, believing that they both sought to "assist the race toward the elimination of the unfit.  Sanger was a proponent of negative eugenics, which aims to improve human hereditary traits through social intervention by reducing reproduction by those considered unfit. Sanger's eugenic policies included an exclusionary immigration policy, free access to birth control methods and full family planning autonomy for the able-minded and compulsory segregation or sterilization for the profoundly retarded. In her book The Pivot of Civilization, she advocated coercion to prevent the "undeniably feeble-minded" from procreating. Although Sanger supported negative eugenics, she asserted that eugenics alone was not sufficient, and that birth control was essential to achieve her goals.
Now, I am not a know it all feminist hag and God forbid a mangina, but isn't this the exact policies of the Nazi party??????
So, this is where it all started, the expression feminazi fits pretty well doesn't it?


Zorro said...

Whenever a woman tells me that women are naturally inclined toward peace and morality, I cite Andrea Dworkin and Marg Sanger as examples of how women are just as likely to become Nazis if given the chance.

The Native Canadians said...

so true. Nazis demonized a segment of society, a large group, Jews, Gypsies, Slavs, how is that any different than what they do now, demonizing half of society namely men, fathers, husbands.Sanger is part of the group that started the radical feminist movement, and if you compare their policies to that of the nazies back then they paralleled each other, now a days, they just pick on another group, the same way the nazies did it. Hence the rightful description of feminazi.

Cindy said...

until I started reading up on the true nature of feminism I never knew they were so hateful.