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Margaret Sanger – one of history’s greatest monsters January 27, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, contraception, disaster, error, General Catholic, horror, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.

I have mentioned I have been reading Dr. Warren Carroll’s sixth and final volume to his history of Christendom series, The Crisis of Christendom.   Just last night, I was reading a section that dealt with the incredibly pernicious, destructive, and one might even say demonic actions of Margaret Sanger.  It was interesting to read – again – just how morally corrupt and dissolute she personally was.  While she did mother three children into the world, she then went on to become an adulterous harlot who used men for the money and connections they could bring to her movement.

To say this woman was perverse would be an understatement. But her life and beliefs confirm for me, yet again, the old saying attributed to several great Saints, that public heresy is almost always a manifestation of some private sin. In that case, Margaret Sanger must be one of history’s great sinners, as she espoused some of the darkest, most diabolical ideas the world has ever seen.

Now, the below is a bad photoshop, but it does convey a real event that happened – Margaret Sanger did speak, very happily, to numerous Ku Klux Klan and other racist, eugenicist groups.  In fact, eugenics was very much in vogue among wealthy white liberal “elites” prior to WWII, and Sanger was their darling.  Unfortunately for them, Hitler rather ruined eugenics reputation in the immediate post-war years, so she changed the name of her organization to Planned Parenthood.



As I read in Dr. Carroll’s book last night, Sanger favored sterilization for 70% of the American population, and probably far higher levels for much of the world.  She wanted a world where only people like her – “thoroughbreds,” as she liked to call them, wealthy, white, liberal elites – would be allowed to reproduce.  She even favored the creation of a permanent standing army of 15-20 million (about 10% of the total population at that time) to herd the rest of us into concentration camps where we would be worked to death  – after our mandatory sterilization.

I was going to transcribe some sections of Dr. Carroll’s book, but I forgot to bring it.  Providentially, I got sent a link today that contains very similar material, so I’ll share that with you, instead:

“I accepted an invitation to talk to the women’s branch of the Ku Klux Klan…I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses…I was escorted to the platform, was introduced, and began to speak…In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered.” 
–Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography, P.366 

I think the greatest sin in the world is bringing children into this world…” 
–Margaret Sanger  [Think about the mentality that would say such a thing, the self-serving evil behind it]

“Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated.” So said Margaret Sanger……. [Ditto]

It goes on and on like that with Sanger.  She really viewed people like cattle, at best. In fact, I think most ranchers have much more compassion for their cattle than Sanger did for her fellow humans.  But that’s just it, she, and her numerous disciples today, don’t view vast swaths of humanity as really human.  Certainly the unborn don’t count, nor do those with serious physical or mental problems (thus, we hear the rhetoric about a life being “not worth living”), nor even those who don’t live their life according to the manner liberals feel fitting or necessary.  When you get done with all the paring down, there are darn few of us left.

That this is a satanic mentality should be obvious to anyone with even the faintest glimmer of sanctifying Grace in their soul.  Unfortunately, that excludes more and more people today……

There is no end to the evil people will believe absent God.



1. cg - January 27, 2014

Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses.

2. Lorra - January 27, 2014

She was fond of Adolph too.

3. Ruth Becker - January 27, 2014

You might enjoy this….. a bit of history preserved.


The Mike Wallace Interview
Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger, the leader of the birth control movement in America, talks to Wallace about why she became an advocate for birth control, over-population, the Catholic Church, and morality.

Transcription, sync and indexing by Nicole Soriano

tantamergo - January 27, 2014

Shoot, I forgot to mention her inveterate hatred for Catholics, and how faithful Catholics were all to be sterilized, because we just breed a bunch of stupid little Christofascists who in turn become more breeders.

How much her pathologies inform the modern left continues to amaze me.

4. DiscipleoftheDumbOx - January 27, 2014

Perhaps there is a proper place for this type of genre of music after all. Fast, furious and righteously indignant.

5. Lorra - January 27, 2014

I think it was George Bernard Shaw who thought that the peasants (that’s us) should go before a Board every few years and give them reason why we should be allowed to live. He was a Fabianist, and there are a lot of them around today.

6. Ben Warren - January 27, 2014

Good info, but in case you run into news of a celebrity Catholic wedding sometime soon, maybe an ordination, or some such, feel free to share. This is depressing!

BTW, to be as fair as possible to a monster like Sanger, the American Irish and Italians haven’t been the most ardent supporters of liberty in our history. The Irish were notorious for clinging to local government for employment, and Italians haven’t had a reputation for purity for centuries. OArguably, until the time the Anglicans began approving of birth control, the Catholics were arguable a drag on this country…. or maybe not.
n the other hand, the Germans have helped build this country, and not all of them were Protestant.

7. St. Benedict's Thistle - January 27, 2014

Margaret Sanger was baptized a Catholic at St. Mary’s in Corning, NY. I think her mother had 11 children in 22 years and suffered seven miscarriages. She died at 48. I think these things had quite an effect on her.

Today, there is a Planned Parenthood, a block or so away from St. Mary’s. In fact, many parishioners pass it on their way to Mass.

There is a handful (literally) of parishioners who are pro-life and pray the Rosary in front of the building on a regular basis. The Planned Parenthood is heavily supported by Corning, Incorporated — the largest employer in Corning.

She was a very evil person and her legacy is straight from the pit of Hell.

Lorra - January 27, 2014

I didn’t know that about her. Maybe that mitigated the evil she did at her Particular Judgment. Only God knows the trauma she lived through and how that clouded her thinking.

8. Lorra - January 27, 2014

Does everyone here know that the birth control pill was invented by a Catholic doctor? in case you didn’t, you do now. He was a daily communicant as well, but finally left the Church after Humanae Vitae was promulgated due to his profound disappointment with the encyclical.

Baseballmom - January 28, 2014

Wow. Did not know that. How is it that Catholics seem to be behind such great evils?????

DiscipleoftheDumbOx - January 28, 2014

The worst enemies of the Catholic Church have often been her very own children. No surprise there. Move along, folks.

Lorra - January 28, 2014

Corruption of the best is the worst.

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