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Monday, February 26, 2024
Carolyn Purcell, Editor

Hillary Clinton vows to lift blacks out of the ghetto

Hillary Clinton voiced support for improving the black race by creating a government panel to decide who is fit and unfit to have children. Praises Planned Parenthood for aborting unfit blacks.

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Eugenics, the next step. “The unfit reproduce themselves with an appalling rapidity.”

“I admire Margaret Sanger enormously,” Secretary Clinton said of the Planned Parenthood founder and leading light of the eugenics movement in America. “Her courage, her tenacity, her vision… And when I think about what she did all those years ago in Brooklyn, taking on archetypes, taking on attitudes and accusations flowing from all directions, I am really in awe of her.”

Stumbling recently in her efforts to draw support from the black coalition that supported President Obama, Clinton has outlined a radical progressive policy to lift the black race out of poverty, disease, and its “other special afflictions.”

Clinton argued that her predecessor’s policies “regarding those people has not brought us a post-racial America,” and added that, “as Margaret Sanger said, eugenics is the most adequate and thorough avenue to the solution of racial, political, and social problems.”

“That’s the true sin of the Tea Party,” agreed MSNBC newscaster Contessa Brewer. “They are so anti-progressive, so ignorant, that they are arming black men, allowing them to walk around their rallies with weapons. Black men should not be armed around whites.

Brewer feels so strongly about the issue that when reporting on racial politics in the Tea Party, she edited all blackness out of an armed black man before showing the video of him, “so as not to incite other black men. They are so easily excitable.”

Brewer was criticized heavily by Tea Party leaders and right-wing bloggers but stood her ground. “Progressive politics demands courage from its practitioners,” she said. “There is no progress without editing.”

“That’s what abortion is, at its core,” said Clinton. “Editing. More children from the fit, fewer from the unfit. It takes a village to raise a child, and it takes a government bureaucrat to determine who is fit to have children and who is unfit to have children.”

“I walk through our ghettos today, and I am saddened—and horrified—by the deterioration in the human stock, the perpetuation of defectives, delinquents, and dependents in the inferior classes. The hordes of feebleminded, unfit, degenerate individuals undermine our social structure and must be wiped out.”

“I congratulate Planned Parenthood,” she continued, “for stopping the reproduction of the unfit. Limiting the procreation of the unfit attacks the root of the evil in our ghettos.”

Clinton added that her support of the minimum wage also stems from her desire to “lift the black race out of poverty, by denying unskilled workers the livelihood they need to reproduce. Taken merely from the point of view of the taxpayers, there is a terrific burden to the community of reckless breeding in the ghettos. The unfit reproduce themselves with an appalling rapidity.”

Clinton added that a minimum wage was only the start of her solution. “A minimum wage standard will do no good if the family to be supported by it cannot be regulated,” she said. “If the ideal of the people is a better race, the laws of the State must be altered to conform to what the people who make the laws think best. Obviously, this can be accomplished only through legislative restriction upon the procreation of the unfit.”

“If we are really superior to the Negro,” she said, finally, “we should raise him up.”

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