Christ Hospital of Cincinnati was founded in 1889 by James Gamble whose soap company would become Proctor and Gamble, Inc. According to the hospital website, he, and some Cincinnati locals, “invited Isabella Thoburn, a teacher, nurse, and missionary, to come to Ohio. They asked her to start a program to train deaconesses and missionaries to carry on religious, educational, and philanthropic work to alleviate the appalling poverty that existed in the city.”
Unholy alliances formed in hell: Fast forward to the 1930s. James Gamble’s grandson and heir to the company fortune, Dr. Clarence Gamble, connects with Margaret Sanger to promote eugenics, by way of providing abortion and birth control for “unfit mothers” and Negroes. That is a fact Planned Parenthood does not want anyone to know. Strange is it not (or is it?), that Hilary Clinton received the Margaret Sanger award last year from Planned Parenthood. After all, no continent gets as much attention from the Secretary’s contraceptive programs as Africa. In a letter, written in 1939, to like-minded Dr. Gamble, concerning eugenics, Hilary Clinton’s champion of “women’s rights” wrote that “colored Ministers, preferably with social service backgrounds” should be used to push birth control with the blacks, adding with despicable intrigue, “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out the idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.” (Linda Gordon, Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right (New York: Grossman, 1974, 1976, pgs. 332-333) Clarence Gamble fully agreed, “There is a great danger,” he wrote, “that we will fail because the Negroes think it a plan for extermination. Hence lets appear to let the colored think [they] run it as we appear to let the south do the conference at Atlanta.” (Gordon, p. 333) In 1944, Planned parenthood Federation of America hired a full-time “Negro Consultant.”
As president of the American Eugenics Research Association, Dr. Gamble gave a speech at the World Population Congress held in Berlin during the summer of 1935. Time magazine described it as a “warm, approving speech” in support of Nazi policies. Gamble was so bold in his speech as to criticize those with sentimental and religious views of marriage while while gloating that his superior insights were shared by those with “enlightened minds.” (Robert C. Cook, “Birth Rates in Fascist Countries,” Birth Control Review, Vol. XXIV, No. I [November 1939], 8.)
That’s a very sick mind. But, sicker still, is that as late as November of 1939, which is to say after Germany began World War II by invading Poland, Margaret Sanger’s Birth Control Review was still praising the Nazi birth control program. Comparison the Nazi program to that of the Italians, the BC Review noted, “The German program has been much more carefully worked out. The need for quality as well as quantity is recognized.” (“Praise for Nazis,” Time [September 9, 1935], 20-21.)
Then again we have had the Grand Master Mason (Order of DeMolay) Franklin Delano Roosevelt as our thirty-second president. I have just learned of his eugenicist racism from an article I will reference momentarily.
Historian Christopher Thorne critiques FDR thusly: “Subjects to do with breeding and race seem, indeed, to have held a certain fascination for the President… Roosevelt felt it in order to talk, jokingly, of dealing with Puerto Rico’s excessive birth rate by employing, in his own words, “the methods which Hitler used effectively.” He said to Charles Taussig and William Hassett, as the former recorded it, “that it is all very simple and painless. You have people pass through a narrow passage and then there is a brrrrr of an electrical apparatus. They stay there for twenty seconds and from then on they are sterile.” (Thorne, Christopher, Allies of a Kind. [New York: Oxford University Press, 1978], 158-59.)
The citations quoted above are from Mike Perry’s essay on “The History of Planned Parenthood.” It can be read here. One can also find much information and many revealing links on Sanger from Jennie Stone’s Live Action blog here
When you look at the wealth of companies like Proctor and Gamble and billionaires like the Rockefellers, George Soros, Bill Gates, and Tim Gill aggressively pushing the agenda of the anti-life, anti-family culture of death (not to mention the billionaires running the anti-Christian entertainment industry), it is no wonder that evil organizations like Planned Parenthood thrive. One wonders from where, or from whom, this fanatical drive to destroy comes? Why are they so intent upon aiding these particular subversive causes, contraception, abortion, sex-ed indoctrination, and same-sex “marriage. Alas, this is their hour, the hour of darkness. It will end. Christus vincit!
LifeNews: Christ Hospital, in Cincinnati, Ohio, has hired an abortion practitioner to work at its facility even though he assists in abortions and previously had his privileges terminated at the hospital in 2011. Read more here.