Susan Nolon from Sarasota, Florida is a typical “conflicted collectivist”, who is trying hard to support Planned Parenthood’s use of aborted babies for scientific research. I say conflicted because in an op-ed column for SRQ Magazine Nolan states that she is both “pro-life” and “pro-choice.” This is a typical tactic used by collectivists, like Nolan, to lie to the people about what they truly believe.
The bulk of her op-ed column is in support of aborting babies and then using their “fetal tissue” for research for the greater good.
You see for Nolon the ends always justify the means. Using babies body parts to save the inflicted is okay, so long as you have no moral compass. In her op-ed Nolan states:
The one thing we have to consider is that although this research has brought findings that have actually preserved life, it is highly regulated. Only five states actually allow this process. What the video does not mention is that fetal tissue is from causes both natural (a miscarriage) and unnatural (an abortion). And while the outrage is directed toward Planned Parenthood, you need to recognize the fallout will be huge. The National Institutes of Health funds research using fetal tissue with grants to more than 50 universities, including Columbia, Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, Yale and the University of California in Berkeley, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.
Nolon somehow believes that if the government regulates the use of baby body parts and big name universities use these baby body parts for research that makes everything right as rain.
What Nolon leaves out of her op-ed is how this lack of respect for life began under Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, and the impact of the Eugenics movement to create a superior race in America in the 1900s has led to this indefensible end. The Eugenics movement changed its name after Adolf Hitler used this uniquely American idea to cleanse society of the unwanted. Eugenics became known today as Genetics. To understand why Nolon is wrong please read my column “GENETICS: ‘Racial hygiene’ in America one baby at a time.”
Nolon supports what is legal rather than what is morally right. Remember when slavery was legal? Remember when it was legal to involuntarily sterilize children considered unfit to have a family? Remember when it was legal to make blacks sit at the back of the bus? All of these dark times in American history were supported by people like Nolan.
Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was a proponent of Eugenics, the racial cleansing of American society. In Woman, Morality, and Birth Control. New York: New York Publishing Company, 1922. Page 12, Sanger wrote:
We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal.
We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.
Kelsey Harkness from The Daily Signal reports:
Following allegations that Planned Parenthood is selling aborted fetal body parts for profit, black pro-life leaders are calling to defund the organization and address what they call “targeting” of their community.
“It’s an open secret that they are targeting the black community, that they have located their facilities within a two-mile walking radius of a black or Latino neighborhood…and they are coming after black women,” Catherine Davis of the National Black Pro-Life Coalition told The Daily Signal while gathering with other pro-life leaders in Alexandria, Va.
To hear that this organization is allowed by our government to do that kind of targeting is very disturbing to me. I call it today’s 21st Century Jim Crow.
You see, where we are today has always been the final solution for the Eugenicists such as Sanger and her modern day counterpart Susan Nolon. She is pro-life because her family did not abort her. She is pro-choice when it comes to other people, mostly black babies, being aborted.
Nolon concludes her op-ed with, “Planned Parenthood always had my support because they were there for me when I needed it. And I want them to be there for those that need it now.”
For the Susan Nolon’s of the world it is all about racial purity for the greater good. Nolon is part of the throw away society, only this time it is babies and their body parts.
EDITORS NOTE: Susan Nilon is the president of Florida Talk Radio and owner of WSRQ Radio. She hosts The Nilon Report on WSRQ Sarasota 1220AM/106.9FM. Email her at email@example.com.