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Planned Parenthood "No More Babies" Jaffe Memo


Nov 28 Jaffe Memo…no more babies.

When I worked at Planned Parenthood, there was something that we were not allowed to talk about. If we didn’t talk about it, then maybe no one else would either. It was called the Jaffe Memo. In 1969, Planned Parenthood was asked by the government to produce some ideas to help with overpopulation. They did just that. What is in the memo as a “solution” to overpopulation is astonishing. And, I’m sorry to say, it looks like the Jaffe Memo is starting to show its face in our culture.

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In farming it's called,,

"Cull the Herd"

We are being farmed like animals and have been since the Gov. became our provider. ( welfare and all the other theft related giveaways )

Obamacare is the sorting pen. Those who are sick, old, poor and unborn, will be dispatched.

And like an old farm animal that no longer produces young or product.
(you no longer pay your income taxes) you are worthless.


Rminds me of

The protocols of the elders of Zion.

IN fairness, people will think about things they won't ever really do.

On the other hand, it seems like the whole thing backfired, and the ideas only worked on the more cooperative people.

The shakers believed in celibacy, which eventually ended the shakers.

Abby Johnson was interviewed yesterday on AJ show, along with

Dr. Alveda King, the niece of MLK, on abortion:

Former Planned Parenthood Director Reveals Truth About Abortion

Published on Jul 16, 2014

Alex talks with former planned parenthood director Abby Johnson, about the real agenda of planned parenthood and their shocking abortion quotas set for all eugenics mills across America.

Dr. Alveda King: Abortion Is The New Civil War

Published on Jul 16, 2014

The "smartest woman in the world", Hillary Clinton, says "It is very troubling that a sales clerk who needs contraception, which is pretty expensive, is not going to get [it] through her employer's health care plan because her employer does not think she should be using contraception." She was referring to the recent Supreme Court ruling on Hobby Lobby. And all the other women in the audience, who were clueless about the substance of the ruling, clapped enthusiastically as she lied through her teeth.

...She mentions the expense of birth control . . . while neglecting to mention that 16 of these contraceptions would still be available to these women on the existing plan. But, just for arguments sake, you can get a month supply of birth control for $9. That is less than the increase in gas prices over the past few months. Why isn't she screaming about that and demanding that Obama do something to save these women on fixed incomes from having to pay more for their gas? But, if birth control is a right, why isn't she demanding that they get their gas free as a right?

What if a privately held company opposed the practice of genital mutilation and said the government could not force them to pay for it for their employees...

Why can't pro-life people... owners and employers of a company, express... outrage at the killing of an unborn baby?

Since 50 percent of babies aborted are women, not only are their genitals mutilated, the entire body is.

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

The world population is at extreme above its long term trend.

This will correct just like all bubbles eventually do.

Any species that finds a limited new supply of food increases it numbers until it overshoots that supply; then there is a massive dieoff.

Metaphorically, we are now eating oil. This is because oil drives industrial farming. Without this energy input, the output per acre would be a fraction of what is currently produced.

So what is the oil situation? This report says that by 2030 we will spend more energy to acquire a new barrel of oil than is in the barrel acquired, leaving nothing out of that new barrel to fuel other economic activity.


Pay particular attention to this graph from the report and the explanation below it:


And the oil companies know exactly what is happening as evidenced by their significant cut back in capital spending, and their repeated statements that the era of cheap oil is over:


So at this juncture in history, there really is no need to concern yourself about the birth rate or how some people want to influence it one way or the other. What you need to worry about is the death rate, up close and personal, because the Grim Reaper is about to get very busy.

Financial, industrial, political, and social collapse resulting from a faulty monetary system, massive debt, repressive government, and inadequate energy to produce the basic necessities of life are things most people won't be able to simply observe from the sidelines. Looks to me like we have all been selected to participate in a real life version of "The Hunger Games".

Let the games begin.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.

Technology will prevail

There is still way more energy available than the 6 billion humans need, technology can make uninhabitable land habitable - and there is a lot of empty land.

Right now the only big problem is the expense of making contaminated water potable, and the cost of transporting that water.

Its not energy, but good water that is the sticking point for another spurt of population growth. Once we figure that out, the sky's the limit - which is a good thing, generally. I think the next big warrs will be over water.

The currency crisis will be solved for a while either by a global currency, or a return to economic isolationism/protectionism in the US, which will make us poorer, but not enough for too many people to complain.

Technology is knowledge applied to resources.

For most of human history we had resources right under our feed but lacked the knowledge to exploit them. Today we have much more knowledge, but if we don't have the resources upon which to apply it, we don't have technology. Technology is a two part equation, and both variables are required.

So the belief that technology will somehow between now and 2030 will be salvation is more in the realm of a pipe dream than a viable solution. The current economic malaise has at its root the lack of sufficient cheap energy to fuel growth and that is a shadow of what is to come.

Tell me what source of energy that is scalable can possible give us the energy profits that oil, even at its higher cost now, produces today. What possible source could be implemented is the next 16 years? Where would the energy come from to build the infrastructure for a new source of energy, even if we could pull one our of our collective asses?

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.

Efficiency, Efficiency, Efficieny

How much energy is wasted by inefficient engines, redundant travel, etc. As the price of energy rises, their will be incentives for huge innovations that limit energy waste. Alternative energy sources will get more competitive as well. Solar, hydrogen, biofuels, and niche wind, tide, and hydro power can all become more efficient and relatively cheap - they have a long way to go. Right now, I don't know why there isn't more home cogeneration to take advantage of the natural gas http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/04/29/a-winters-tale-my-....

There are also tons of coal still available that can be made cleaner. The whole energy crisis nonsense is a ruse, to help control the energy market.

Car Seats

Car seats do save lives but annoying. How can a family even have more then 2 little kids with a small car? The child isn't always happy in them facing the other direction in a cold back seat either. They don't make having children more fun. In my state, "Children must be in a car seat until they reach age 4 and 40 pounds, and in a booster seat until they reach age 8, more than 80 pounds in weight, or more than 4ft. 9in. tall."

Some more gems

1) Is it feasible to expect that society will accept policies which curb fertility universally -- or is it more likely that those who are powerful will favor and adopt policies which affect primarily those who have less power or are powerless? Is such differential treatment politically viable?

2) Is it possible to propose and justify universal fertility control policies without reinforcing and legitimating -- politically, philosophically and ideologically -- the existing body of opinion which, for reasons having little to do with the population problem, already seeks selective compulsory fertility control of welfare recipients and minority groups?

Here's the full document...


Some Gems in there:

Fiscal and Monteary Policy which appears to reagard inflation as a concomitant of full employment and thus, to accept relatively high (or at least preventable) unemployment levels as necessary. Yet, more women enter the labor market under conditions of full employment and the relationship between employment of women and lower fertility seems well established. An examination is needed of, in effect, the question: How much inflation could or should we risk to achieve lower fertility?

I'm Gonna' Keep My Baby, America


Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

Now we have GMO foods the new contraceptive

to go along with planned parenthood. Helps sterilize the population, but also an added bonus. Cancer, alzheimers Diabetes, and many other diseases from GMO's. Talk about bio-warfare? GMO's surpass all the hopes of the eugenics crowd.

Also when you get sick from GMO's your going to spend everything you have and everything you will earn to get well again. What a trap!

Surviving the killing fields of Minnesota

Todays brainwashing: GMO's are safe

Black Genocide in 21st Century America

I have shared this youtube before on the DP. Very eye-opening.

Maafa 21

Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America is a 2009 pro-life documentary film which draws a connection between the targeting of African Americans by the eugenics movement in the United States in the 19th and 20th centuries, and the modern-day prevalence of abortion among African Americans. The film argues that abortion is an attempted genocide or maafa of black people, and has been so since the 19th century.

The film has been praised by pro-life activists and condemned by historical scholars, pro-choice activists, and other writers, particularly in light of its unfavorable depiction of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, to whom it attributes racist and genocidal positions. Pro-life activists have said that the film is an exposé of the racism of abortion in modern times, and that Planned Parenthood is especially racist. Critics have called it a shockumentary and propaganda for distorting the role of Planned Parenthood in the eugenics movement, for deliberately misinterpreting Sanger's position about black women, and for blaming institutional racism rather than social conditions for the prevalence of abortion among black populations.

"And Jesus knew their thoughts, and said unto them, Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand." Matthew 12:25

forced abortion in china

it could happen in other places too.

They use a lot of ampoules of

They use a lot of ampoules of liquid abortion through hemorrhage injections in China.
It's made here!


Thanks Kevin K

Just a friendly bump for exposing Planned (Un) Parenthood.

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

I wonder if

Matt Drudge has an inbox for story ideas. This would be beautiful plastered across the headlines where so many go for news.

time is wasted in minutes not hours

Good Question!

Near The Bottom Right of the page, It can be found.

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

"jaffe memo"

entered in the box
and clicked submit
we'll see now!
thanks for the info!

time is wasted in minutes not hours