Friday, July 10, 2009

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, not so tolerant after all

Coming up in this Sunday’s New York Times Magazine, Ruth Bader Ginsburg drops this little gem (Emphasis Added):

Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion. Which some people felt would risk coercing women into having abortions when they didn’t really want them. But when the court decided McRae, the case came out the other way. And then I realized that my perception of it had been altogether wrong.

Looks like someone went to the Margaret Sanger School of Eugenics.

This statement, aside from smacking with racism, once again shows that unspoken truth about abortion … it is used for selective breeding. Just last month, we heard on the newly released Nixon tapes, how then president Nixon was talking about abortion being used in the case of interracial couples having babies. We know that about 90% of Down Syndrome children are aborted too.

No doubt as science is able to determine more and more traits before birth; abortion will again be used to weed out those traits that are less than socially desirable.

By the way, I wonder if Ruth Bader Ginsburg ever goes swimming in Philly?


madmath1 said...

This doesn't suprise me. The Democrats are the most racist and evil people (as RBG was nominated by a Democrat, Clinton, and confirmed by a Democratically controlled senate) in the country. Anyone that knows their history knows that Planned Parenthood, an oxymoron for this organization since it has nothing to do with parenthood, was formed by a racist eugenicist. Now in Sweden they have a so called test for genders and guess what. Those that take this test and have an abortion, 65% of those abortions are boys (it's 60% here in the states). Yea, pro-choice is looking like pro-sexism as well as pro-racism.

Clifton B said...


Sadly there isn't enough people in America to call out the eugenics aspect of abortion. It certainly exists and will only get worse as science tells us more.

For the life of me, I will never understand why homosexuals support abortion. It is only a matter of time before science can determine homosexuality in the womb and then their numbers will dwindle to the point of non existence.

No matter how liberal and pro gay an woman thinks she is, she will not risk diminishing her chances of having grandchildren.

Constructive Feedback said...

I would be careful in using the word "racist". First one would have to make use of their own inference that she was taking about Black people in her "population control" sentiment.

The various conspiracy theories regarding HIV has it pegged as a man-made virus seeking out "undesirable people". This though immobilizes people, having them switch from a consciousness of what they need to do to mitigate the infection over to fighting against the entity that "created it".

As with Abortion - (in my view) less important than the issue of "Is it legally permissible" is the question of what is it that the portion of the community that you are most interested in doing to make sure few of its members ever come through the front door of the abortion clinic.

I have no control over people's thoughts and motivations. I realize that Ginsberg is a former ACLU lawyer. In truth I was more outraged at the "Black Inferiority" that she suggested in the recent Ricci v New Haven case than I am in her references to abortion as stated above.

Just a conservative girl said...

I have very odd beliefs on abortion. I went through many years of infertility, so I don't understand how people take it so matter-of-factly. Yet, I don't know if it should be illegal under all circumstances. But reading this makes me shudder. It amazes me that certain segments of our society don't understand that legalized abortion is a way to control some populations.

JMK said...

"...particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of...".....Yeah, that's right out of the Margaret Sanger playbook.

Why do so many self-proclaimed "nai-hating Leftists/Liberals" support out and out nazistic policies and those who espouse them?

Hmmm.....makes you wonder about their alleged "nazi-hating" credentials.

BlackScorpio said...

I have always supported a woman's right to choose, and I always will. For those women who choose not to have an abortion, I say they should not be demonized any more than if a woman chooses to have an abortion. Ginsberg's comments made me sad... sad to think that issuing the Roe v. Wade opinion was just a means to continue getting rid of select groups of individuals.

Great job you are doing with your website, and the type of articles you post, Clifton B.

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