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Online Neil Obstat

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Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
« Reply #30 on: November 09, 2018, 05:15:29 PM »
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  • Here in Phoenix, there is one, only one book of the autobiography of Margaret Sanger.  It is not on the library shelf.  You must know what you are asking for and you are put on a list.

    From my understandings, Margaret had "The Race Betterment League".  When war with Hitler was about, Margaret was told to change the name, "Race Betterment League", and not only that, she was advised to put a man in charge.  So, we get Planned Parenthood.  It was thought that in this way the eugenics could hide with the so called  birth control people and who would know different.
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    Are you trying to say that in the greater Phoenix area, there is only one copy of the atuobiography of Sanger in the public library system?
    And that they have removed it from the library catalog, so a library patron can't find it there like most of the other books?
    And since it is in great demand, you have to ask to reserve your place on the waiting list, to wait your turn to borrow the book?
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    If you really want a particular book, you can go to another city and get a free library card so you can borrow books from their system.
    But you probably will need to physically show up at the brick-and-mortar library to pick up your book and to return it. 
    I'm not absolutely sure about that -- there could be a service that can mail your book to you and receive it back from you by mail.
    The point is, if you really want to read a copy of Sanger's book, you could go to other libraries besides the Phoenix one.
    The LA City system is utterly huge. with dozens of locations and probably millions of books, all available by request from any branch.
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    Here in Los Angeles, there is a LA City library system, and an LA County library system. A resident can have a card in each if he wants to.
    They don't cross check for library cards.
    Furthermore, every other city nearby has their own library system, and a resident can get a card in each city.
    AFAIK you only have to show that you're a resident of the USA. 
    I had a friend whose address was New York City and he could get a library card in the LA City system. 
    Alhambra
    Pasadena
    San Fernando (has both LA County and S.F. City libraries)
    Santa Monica
    Santa Clarita (recently changed from LA County Library to Santa Clarita city)
    Arcadia
    Whittier
    Pico Rivera
    Pomona
    Riverside
    San Bernardino
    Industry
    Rosemead
    San Gabriel
    ... and many more ...
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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #31 on: November 09, 2018, 07:54:34 PM »
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  • https://www.lifenews.com/2015/10/20/smithsonian-puts-racist-planned-planned-parenthood-founder-margaret-sanger-in-civil-rights-exhibit/



    Smithsonian Puts Racist Planned Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger in Civil Rights Exhibit
     Ryan Bomberger   Oct 20, 2015   |   11:25AM    Washington, DC


    So-called “progressives” love moving forward with their reconstructed versions of history. The taxpayer-funded Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery is supposed to be a place that reveres history, not revises it. That hasn’t stopped the institution from presenting to the public a false presentation of the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger.

    The bust, prominently and ironically displayed in the NPG’s “Struggle For Justice” exhibit, was provided by the late Cordelia Scaife May. She was a very wealthy population control activist who “supported conservation and Planned Parenthood among other causes” according to her obituary in the Pittsburg Post Gazette. May founded the Laurel Foundation to promote the protection of animal and the rejection of human life. Upon her death, May bequeathed $400 million (almost half her fortune) to the Colcom Foundation, which currently pours millions into pro-abortion, anti-immigration, population control grantees such as Californians for Population Stabilization, Negative Population Growth, Population Media Center, and Progressives for Immigration Reform. The Colcom Foundation also funded Samuel Francis during May’s lifetime. As a Board Member and writer for the racist Council of Concerned Citizens; he wrote the organization’s Statement of Principles, which, in part, declare: “We also oppose all efforts to mix the races of mankind.”
    The parallels between May and Sanger are scary. Both were incredibly wealthy. Both were deeply anti-immigrant. Both despised large swaths of humanity and devoted their lives to their elimination through population control. Both lived lonely lives and died as alcoholics. I guess it’s quite fitting that the NPG accepted the gift of Sanger’s bust from someone exactly like her.
    May’s affinity for Sanger’s depraved, anti-human worldview was verified by

    her brother who wrote in another obituary: “Cordy’s support of the Laurel Foundation came about because of her interest in conservation and population control. She was introduced to Margaret Sanger, who was the founder of the Planned Parenthood Federation, by our grandmother, Mary Magee Scaife.”
    It’s no surprise that the Laurel Foundation funds the radically pro-abortion Women’s Law Project which if fighting to force taxpayers to pay for abortions through Medicaid. Medicaid’s composition is the following: 11.9% of the US white population (under 65 years of age) is on Medicaid while 31.3% of the black population, 32% of the Native American/Alaskan population, and 29.5% of the Hispanic population are dependent upon Medicaid services. Notice any disparity? The Women’s Law Project, in their current Laurel Foundation-funded effort to repeal the Hyde Amendment entitled Removing Barriers to Medicaid-Funded Abortion, claimed: “Lack of access to Medicaid-funded abortions endangers low-income women’s health and the well-being of their families.”
    The public lacks access to the truth, thanks to the Smithsonian.
    Nowhere on the NPG display does it mention that Sanger was the founder of Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion and baby-parts-trafficking chain. Nowhere does it state that in the city where she first planted her birth control clinics, more black babies are aborted than born alive (1,180 aborted for every 1,000 born alive). Planned Parenthood calls this “reproductive justice”.
    SIGN THE PETITION! Congress Must De-Fund Planned Parenthood Immediately
    Apparently, progressives have a completely different understanding of what justice actually means.
    In response to Congressional Republicans’ and STAND’s (coalition of black pastors and Life advocates of varying backgrounds) insistence of the removal of Sanger from the “Struggle for Justice”, the NPG’s responded with this poorly articulated press release: “It was chartered not to be a hall of fame, but to collect and display portraits of individuals who represent the full spectrum of the American experience—the admirable and inspiring personalities, as well as others whose lives were complicated and complex. We are both a history museum and an art museum, requiring that we see the past clearly and objectively.”

    Let’s first note that the “full spectrum” NPG touts does not, in any way, include any religious rights. All other “rights” are on full display in the “Struggle for Justice” exhibit, including (of course) “gay rights”, but apparently Americans have never fought for religious rights.
    Secondly, Sanger’s life was one rooted in brokenness that promoted further brokenness. Her hatred of those she considered “unfit” wasn’t complicated or complex; it was clear and despicable.
    Thirdly, the supposed requirement that NPG see clearly and objectively would mean Sanger’s bust would be put in a “Struggle for Injustice” exhibit. And her description would be less innocuous than the current misrepresentation which merely states that “during her campaign, Sanger became associated with the eugenics movement—which promoted, among other practices, the forced sterilizations of those deemed mentally unfit and for a time was endorsed by many of the era’s prominent thinkers.”
    Nice revisionism Smithsonian. With that logic, wasn’t Hitler just one of the prominent “thinkers” of his time, too? In our country, the nation’s “prominent” thinkers endorsed slavery. Yet, it was denounced by the more principled and humane thinkers who didn’t give excuses or lame justifications for the dehumanization of millions of human beings. Sanger didn’t become “associated” with the eugenics movement; she led it. She wasn’t just a member of the American Eugenics Society; she thrust the racist and elitist pseudoscience into the limelight like none other. She advocated for the forced sterilizations of not just the mentally “unfit”, but of the poor, of those pregnant outside of marriage, of the incarcerated, and of those she deemed “feeble-minded” (which today, quite honestly, would include most of Congress).
    The National Portrait Gallery claims they are only honoring her birth control efforts. “Birth control itself, often denounced as a violation of natural law, is nothing more or less than the facilitation of the process of weeding out the unfit, of preventing the birth of defectives or of those who will become defective.” These were the words of Margaret Sanger from her book Women and the New Race (Chapter 18).
    Why bother with actual history? The Smithsonian obviously isn’t as it proudly sugarcoats a broken woman’s destructive propaganda that wasn’t about the elevation of humanity, but the elimination of it.


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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #32 on: November 09, 2018, 09:41:08 PM »
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  • There is NO SUCH THING as a 'racist'.... :confused:
    There Is No Such Thing As 'Sede Vacantism'...
    nor is there such thing as a 'Feeneyite' or 'Feeneyism'

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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #33 on: November 09, 2018, 10:51:47 PM »
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  • There is NO SUCH THING as a 'racist'.... :confused:
    If racism were defined as "the universal trait in humans to have racial preferences" then I could accept that there's such a thing as racism. But if it were defined in this way everyone would qualify as a racist, so it couldn't be used by hypocritical hustlers as a cudgel against certain groups and individuals.

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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #34 on: November 10, 2018, 02:18:55 AM »
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  • If racism were defined as "the universal trait in humans to have racial preferences" then I could accept that there's such a thing as racism. But if it were defined in this way everyone would qualify as a racist, so it couldn't be used by hypocritical hustlers as a cudgel against certain groups and individuals.

    Exactly right.

    It's a Marxist, ergo, Jewish, scarlet letter - an invented secular heresy used to divide and conquer, and to silence opposition to Marxist / Jewish machinations.

    Racial prejudices are absolutely universal, wherever one race lives in close proximity to another. And, as they are a species of very quick discernment of the likelihood of outcomes in a given interaction with members of that other group, they are directed toward our own self-preservation, which is a universal right and duty. They are, therefore, necessary and good. Might those prejudices impel a person of a rash disposition to commit sins against charity? Of course, they might. But so might any other good trait - even piety can, in a person so disposed to it, turn into bitter zeal. So do we blame the prejudice? No more than we should blame the piety.

    It should be obvious to anyone who considers the situation honestly that the cause of these problems is having two or more starkly different racial / cultural groups living in close proximity to one another. That's the unnatural condition that needs to be amended, not the acts and attitudes of tribal self-preservation that that unnatural condition naturally engenders. That's also what makes the left's constant bleating about the glories of "diversity" so particularly galling. The whole reason for humanity's diversity of physical and racial types is the fact that Almighty God placed us into diverse lands and environments, giving each group attributes especially suited to those environments, and dividing us from one another by natural barriers. The orgy of multiculturalism and miscegenation which the Jews have foisted onto the western world is nothing less than a recipe for the destruction of that diversity, with all of our particular physical and mental uniqueness being bred out of us, all to bring about Kalergi's "Eurasian-Negroid Race of the Future," the perfect population of deracinated, generic "goy" slaves for our Jewish masters.

    By our uncritical acceptance of "racism" as the real, objective moral evil the Marxists claim it to be, to whatever degree that we do it, we help pave the way for that antichrist utopia.


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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #35 on: November 10, 2018, 02:38:27 AM »
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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #36 on: November 10, 2018, 05:41:31 PM »
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  • Neil:  To your questions, this was the way it was about 20 years ago.  Things can change. I was told the autobiography of Margaret Sanger was in the Tempe library and if you lived in Peoria, Az you would pick up the book in Phoenix library.

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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #37 on: November 10, 2018, 06:49:26 PM »
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  • If racism were defined as "the universal trait in humans to have racial preferences" then I could accept that there's such a thing as racism. But if it were defined in this way everyone would qualify as a racist, so it couldn't be used by hypocritical hustlers as a cudgel against certain groups and individuals.
    Thanks for reply but you are missing my point. There is also NO SUCH THING as a 'racist'...
    If someone can show a Church authority that condemns, forbids, canonises, beatlfies etc etc any person for either being a 'racist' or subscribing to any philosophy known as 'racism' then I will believe there is such a thing.
    IOW-- I have never seen any Church Authority that even mentions these 2 things. I have seen the terms race and racial but have never encountered the terms racist or racism anywhere in my studies of Church history or documents. :cheers:

    What some other authority says is not relevant to moi...
    There Is No Such Thing As 'Sede Vacantism'...
    nor is there such thing as a 'Feeneyite' or 'Feeneyism'


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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #38 on: November 10, 2018, 06:56:50 PM »
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  • Ignoramus!
    https://knoema.com/atlas/Nigeria/Birth-rate

    The birthrate of Europeans is way down because generally children in Europe are not valued by Europeans. They prefer to focus on material possessions.
    You are completely missing my point....
    There Is No Such Thing As 'Sede Vacantism'...
    nor is there such thing as a 'Feeneyite' or 'Feeneyism'

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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #39 on: November 10, 2018, 06:58:35 PM »
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  • WILL SOME PLS RESTORE QUOTE FUNCTION THE WAY AT WORKED PREV. THE ABOVE POST SHOULD SHOW A HISTORY OF REPLIES AND IS ONLY SHOWING THE MOST RECENT REPLY. :cussing:
    There Is No Such Thing As 'Sede Vacantism'...
    nor is there such thing as a 'Feeneyite' or 'Feeneyism'

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    Re: Margaret SANGER interviewed by Mike Wallace
    « Reply #40 on: November 10, 2018, 09:21:00 PM »
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  • http://www.realnews247.com/fr_fahey_on_anti-semitism.htm#_ftn40

    Fr. Denis Fahey Teaches:
     On the Charge
     of Anti-Semitism in the Our Time

    On account of the confusion of mind prevalent amongst Catholics concerning the question of Anti-Semitism, a few words must be said about it before concluding this Preface.

    In the excellent review of my book, The Kingship of Christ and Organized Naturalism, which appeared in the Jesuit magazine, La Civilta Cattolica (Rome), in March, 1947, the reviewer laid special stress on the distinction which I have been making in all my books.  He wrote as follows:  “The author wants a clear distinction to be made between hatred of the Jewish nation, which is Anti-Semitism, and opposition to Jewish and Masonic Naturalism.  This opposition on the part of Catholics must be mainly positive by acknowledging, not only individually but socially, the Rights of the supernatural Kingship of Christ and His Church, and by striving politically to get these Rights acknowledged by States and in public life.  For this indispensable undertaking… the active and effective union of Catholics… is absolutely necessary.”
    Space does not allow of lengthy quotations from Papal documents to show that, on the one hand, the Sovereign Pontiffs insist that Catholics must stand unflinchingly for the Integral Rights of Christ the King, as contained in the Papal Encyclicals, while on the other hand, keeping their minds and hearts free from hatred of Our Lord’s own nation according to the flesh.  On the one hand, they must battle for the Rights of Christ the King and the Supernatural Organisation of Society, as laid down in the Encyclical, Quas Primas, unequivocally proclaiming that the rejection of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the True Messias, by His own nation, and the unyielding opposition of that nation to Him, are a fundamental source of disorder and conflict in the world.  On the other hand, as members of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Catholics should neither hate the members of the nation in which, through our Blessed Mother, the Lily of Israel, the Second Person to the Blessed Trinity assumed human nature, nor deny them their legitimate rights as persons.  The supernatural elevation of mind and heart and the unshrinking fortitude that are required from members of Christ in our day can be maintained only with the aid of Him who wept over Jerusalem’s rejection of order.  It will inevitably mean suffering for Christ’s faithful members as the power of the anti-supernatural Forces in the world increases.  Even in the midst of their suffering, however, Christ’s members must bear in mind that there will be a glorious triumph for Christ the King when, as St. Paul tells us in his Epistle to the Romans (XI, II-33), there will be a sincere return on the part of the Jewish nation to the Mystical Body of the True Messias.[39]
    Two reasons can be assigned to the fact that Our Lord’s faithful members will often be betrayed by those who should be on the side of Christ the King.  Firstly, many Catholic writers speak of Papal condemnations of Anti-Semitism without explaining the meaning of the term, and never even allude to the documents which insist on the Rights of Our Divine Lord, Head of the Mystical Body, Priest and King.  Thus, very many are completely ignorant of the duty incumbent on all Catholics of standing positively  for Our Lord’s Reign in society in opposition to Jewish Naturalism.  The result is that numbers of Catholics are so ignorant of Catholic doctrine that they hurl the accusation of Anti-Semitism against those who are battling for the Rights of Christ the King, thus effectively aiding the enemies of Our Divine Lord.  Secondly, many Catholic writers copy unquestioningly what they read in the naturalistic or anti-Supernatural Press and do not distinguish between Anti-Semitism in the correct Catholic sense, as explained above, and “Anti-Semitism” as the Jews understand it. 
     
     For the Jews, “Anti-Semitism” is anything that is in opposition to the naturalistic Messianic domination of their nation over all the others.  Quite logically, the leaders of the Jewish nation hold that to stand for the Rights of Christ the King is to be “Anti-Semitic.”
    [40] 
     
     The term “Anti-Semitism,” with all its smear connections in the minds of the unthinking, is being extended to include any form of opposition to the Jewish nation’s naturalistic aims and any exposure of the methods they adopt to achieve these aims.
    “In our time more than ever before ,” said the saintly Pius X at the Beatification of Joan of Arc (Dec. 13, 1908), “the greatest asset of the evil-disposed is the  cowardice and weakness of good men, and all the vigour of Satan’s reign is due to the easy-going weakness of Catholics.  Oh! If I might ask the Divine Redeemer, as the Prophet Zachary did in spirit: What are those wounds in the midst of Thy hands? the answer would not be doubtful.  With these I was wounded in the house of them that loved Me.  I was wounded by My friends, who did nothing to defend Me, and who on every occasion, made themselves the accomplices of My adversaries.  And this reproach can be levelled at the weak and timid Catholics of all countries.”
      
    DENIS FAHEY,  C.S.S.p.
    Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.   June 16, 1950
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    For the booklet from which this quotation came, click here. (The quote above is the last passage in the booklet, right before the footnotes.)
    Fr. Denis Fahey lived in Ireland from 1883-1954. Fr. Charles Coughlin, the famous Radio Priest of the 1930s, relied heavily on Fr. Fahey's books and research.


     

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