The Glover Report: The Negro Project: Margaret Sanger, Frances Galton, Charles Darwin, Eugenics, Planned Parenthood, and an Estimated 13 Million Black Babies Dead
By Doni M. Glover, www.bmorenews.com
(BALTIMORE – September 2, 2012) – I received a video, Maafa 21, to watch. It blew my mind. It is loaded with information that I had absolutely no knowledge of prior to viewing it. It was one of those things that you know is there, but you never pull back the covers to see just how bad it is. Even more, you find out that it affects primarily you and your kind.
In short, I learned – and have been reading ever since – about Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood. Now, I have been educated about “the Negro problem” before. That is, when slavery ended, white folks didn’t know what to do with all of the newly freed black people. That’s why so many black folks are locked up. What I didn’t know, was what was in this video: the plan to exterminate black people in America. Again, I had heard about the class action lawsuit in North Carolina where the state of North Carolina was sterilizing black women by the boatloads. This video, though, blew my mind.
I’ve seen stories about it before. But again, for me – it was one of those topics that you just tend to not touch: abortion. I don’t know why. In any event, Sanger was a trip. Unless my reading skills have failed me, this woman is to African Americans – descendants typically of the Ma’afa or Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade – what Adolph Hitler was to the Jews in Germany.
Unless my reading is off, Sanger is responsible for 13 million black babies being killed. Her eugenics beliefs have instituted an America that kills black babies for free with no problem. Eugenics was born of the sick mind of Francis Galton. According to Wikipedia, Galton defined eugenics as "the study of all agencies under human control which can improve or impair the racial quality of future generations".
Galton was cousin to Charles Darwin, who believed in survival of the fittest and social Darwinism.
Sanger, too, was into eugenics. She went on to found Planned Parenthood, with the goal of exterminating black people. This is an important fact that brings together so much of the hidden hand in society.
And the irony is that our very own tax dollars pay for our own deaths.
There is no way a short essay can begin to speak of the horrors untold on the black population in America that have been done because of people like Sanger and Galton.
Black people, our death and annihilation by certain forces is real as shit. White people who are silent, shame on you. Those who are guilty, well … And for those white folks who have worked to sincerely befriend people because they are people – regardless of their skin, I still love you and always will. However, I say down with the Malthusian Theory folks who feel the need to get rid of black people because they in fact believe we are a lesser species – as absurd as that sounds.
It is truly the time for change. I knew there were some sick people in America. I know how mental illness is more rampant than we care to admit. However, it is worse than previously thought. The columns I have been doing on Structural Racism had no idea of this. Again, for me – it really explains a lot of the hidden, insidiously cunning aspects of American society.
I feel like a lot of white people really need some counseling. A white lady I know once told me how racist her grandmother was and the way she treated this black lady who worked for her really badly. As a black man – a proud black man – I can best reflect on my own personal experiences on the topic. I remember asking my father when I was about 7 – my family had a funeral home near North and Greenmount – I asked him if he hated white people.
An inquisitive child, I always had a lot of questions for some reason. In retrospect, I am wondering how I came to ask him that question. I guess, in part, at age 7 – I remembered, maybe, the riots in ’68 when I was three years old. Or, maybe I heard something in school. But, for whatever reason, I remember asking him about a very critical issue to black people at the time: race relations.
He said in response, “No, I don’t hate anybody. I hate the things that some people do, but I don’t hate anybody.”
Part of the reason I work as best I can to build relationships with my two children, this was a man’s man. Mandingo. The strongest black man in my world. And at that moment – at that instant – who knew his words would ring in my heart to this day …. right then, he could have built a monster.
Right there – he could have said that he hated white people for all of the hurt and pain and damage they have done to our people. He could have said that he despised the ground they walk on. But, this was a man – a real man. And I am so grateful my late dad was a real man because he could have put the same spirit of fear and misinformation into my being, my psyche, my morality, my humanity and I would not be who I am today.
I thank God to have had a father who knew who the Father is and how He sits high and looks low, that although the road gets weary – I gotta hold on. Despite the information that too often does not get to the people who need it the most, I still have to do my part in helping my people along the way.
And so, that was my Sunday morning take on life in America – despite Sanger and Galton. And Planned Parenthood. And Hitler.
What do you think?
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Donnie, this commentary is not only relevant but should be at the top of the list for optimal Black survival. For the majority of Blacks and Whites, they are completely unaware of the apocalyptic statistics of Black males. A corporate owned media does not have the ability to tell this story and a ahistorical country with selective memory does not either. I belive Donnie that that America in general is in a state of collective schizophrenia when it come to raciscm and that many Blacks are in a state of of collective denial. I appreciate the work that you and others have done but I am not optimistic about the state of black America and where we are headed. I will continue to fight, educate, build and connect to those few like minded people but I do belive that it is too little and too late.
Doni, thank you for sharing. I will view the video. So glad you are the product of an insightful father of strong character and moral conviction! I met Rev. Jack Gaines, author of book, "My Brother's Keeper, Not My Brother's Killer. Reconciliation without reparations is a lot to ask of a people who has suffered so much for so long and still the suffering reverberates into tomorrow. Yet, we manage to continue lifting our voices in song and prayer.