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Ex-Planned Parenthood would probably endorse a holocaust.

Adam 2012/05/05 00:27:39
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If you read this article about an ex-Planned Parenthood employee you will see that he says that the one child law in China is a good start. He believes in reducing the population of the world. So here is the question: If a one child law that china has is just a good start what do you think he has in mind for making it better. My guess would be a holocaust. This is the horrific kind of people we are dealing with when it comes to Planned Parenthood.
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  • goatman112003 2012/05/05 01:30:48
    PP/Obama wants a holocaust.
    goatman112003
    +6
    There are too many people supporting this group with heavy money that want to eliminate a whole bunch of people via anyway they can and that includes lining them up and shooting them.

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  • D.C.Verdone 2012/05/15 22:20:20
    You are paranoid, there is no intention for a holocaust.
    D.C.Verdone
    Retarded.
  • ScottyG - Faqueue 2012/05/09 18:20:41
    PP/Obama wants a holocaust.
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    If it works for the communists, maybe it will work for the socialist liberals. I am all for them aborting every liberal baby. It gives me hope as a conservative that they have at least one good idea.
  • JessyBear 2012/05/05 14:26:41
    undecided.
    JessyBear
    +2
    Based on this alone I don't think I could make that jump, but this type of thought process is very dangerous. The elites of this country want us to control the number of children we have - just like the Egyptians wanted to control the Jews. They felt their numbers would grow to an overwhelming amount and that they would take over. The same is true today, How can anyone talk about overpopulation in this country while there are mega rich like Oprah or Al Gore, all of Hollywood and every sports player all take and use more than the masses every single day. This is communism or elite-ism if you will. They want to limit us so that they can maintain their over the top lifestyles all the time acting like they really care for masses. Please.
  • Someone Else 2012/05/05 04:08:42
    undecided.
    Someone Else
  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/05/05 03:14:38
    PP/Obama wants a holocaust.
    Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆
    +4
    Planned Parenthood definitely does. Obama is just plain crazy, and there's no telling what he wants.
  • American☆Atheist 2012/05/05 03:01:41
    You are paranoid, there is no intention for a holocaust.
    American☆Atheist
    +1
    liveaction.com lmao
  • Adam America... 2012/05/05 03:20:10 (edited)
    Adam
    Do you disagree that the things they quoted were said?
  • America... Adam 2012/05/05 04:05:19
    American☆Atheist
    yes
  • Annette 2012/05/05 02:46:11
    PP/Obama wants a holocaust.
    Annette
    +5
    Here is the sad part of that. This will hurt the blacks more than it will the whites! And they just don't see that! There is no love from either PP or the Marxist monkey where any life is concerned, but least of all for the blacks! They just don't realize that, or they refuse to see it - not sure which! But it is a real shame.
  • Dee 2012/05/05 02:39:26
    You are paranoid, there is no intention for a holocaust.
    Dee
    From the one child law in China to a holocaust is quite a leap.
  • Red_Horse 2012/05/05 02:17:50
  • LadyBGood Red_Horse 2012/05/05 03:00:09
  • Red_Horse LadyBGood 2012/05/05 03:08:16
  • LadyBGood Red_Horse 2012/05/05 03:18:46
  • goatman112003 2012/05/05 01:30:48
    PP/Obama wants a holocaust.
    goatman112003
    +6
    There are too many people supporting this group with heavy money that want to eliminate a whole bunch of people via anyway they can and that includes lining them up and shooting them.
  • Pat 2012/05/05 01:11:29
    You are paranoid, there is no intention for a holocaust.
    Pat
    It's a pretty big jump from a one child limit to a holocaust, don't you think? There are four Billion too many people on this earth right now. Earth wasn't designed to hold so many people. We will eventually run out of the resources to feed and provide water to everyone, especially the water. Something needs to be done. Instead we glorify the Octo-mom and the woman who has popped out 19 children and hoping for a 20th. We need to stop it.
    I'm not advocating abortion or sterilization but there are other incentives to urge people to limit their families. Instead of giving a tax deduction for every child you have, give a deduction for the first child and none for any additional children. Or a deduction for every year you don't give birth. You could give other inducements as well like offering free or low cost college tuition for only children.
    I know this is something no one wants to hear but it's a fact and we had better start dealing with it before it's too late.
  • Pronata... Pat 2012/05/05 04:33:26 (edited)
    Pronatalist Pronatalist
    +1
    So what sort of people, dare carve into stone, bizarre sayings such as "MAINTAIN HUMANITY UNDER 500,000,000 IN PERPETUAL BALANCE WITH NATURE," quoted from the Georgia Guidestones. Need I point out that world population has expanded to over 14 times this number? I see no pleasant scenario towards such a radical population reduction.

    I like a lot of people, do not believe in using any means of "birth control," and certainly not of ever imposing population "control" upon people. Awful, unnatural, shoddy Big Pharma contraceptive potions and poisons, are admitted to have a long list of terrible side effects. But the world balks at "natural" methods of "birth control," saying that they require too much willpower. So that leaves the virtues of the "no method" method that we could discuss. If people are either unwilling or unable to "control" their fertility, then the obvious alternative is to welcome the planet to grow denser and denser with people, which I have long advocated, since parents' reasons for having children, I am quite sure, are easily PLENTY GOOD ENOUGH.

    So I certainly agree with and commend parents for having as many as 19 children, as many as they can, for God clearly commanded, Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth. Besides, human beings are amazing creatures, cr...

    So what sort of people, dare carve into stone, bizarre sayings such as "MAINTAIN HUMANITY UNDER 500,000,000 IN PERPETUAL BALANCE WITH NATURE," quoted from the Georgia Guidestones. Need I point out that world population has expanded to over 14 times this number? I see no pleasant scenario towards such a radical population reduction.

    I like a lot of people, do not believe in using any means of "birth control," and certainly not of ever imposing population "control" upon people. Awful, unnatural, shoddy Big Pharma contraceptive potions and poisons, are admitted to have a long list of terrible side effects. But the world balks at "natural" methods of "birth control," saying that they require too much willpower. So that leaves the virtues of the "no method" method that we could discuss. If people are either unwilling or unable to "control" their fertility, then the obvious alternative is to welcome the planet to grow denser and denser with people, which I have long advocated, since parents' reasons for having children, I am quite sure, are easily PLENTY GOOD ENOUGH.

    So I certainly agree with and commend parents for having as many as 19 children, as many as they can, for God clearly commanded, Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth. Besides, human beings are amazing creatures, created in the image of God. Each and every person is of immense and sacred value, so we ought not interfere with the natural spread of human life.

    To say the the world should have but only 3 billion people, sounds very ARBITRARY. What is the logical basis for choosing such an arbitrary round number? Who chose it? Who died and made that person God? Why was I not consulted, when the vote or debate was to be made, for I would have said to let world population expand to trillions or to infinity, as it may do or need to, for population is what it is. Why do we think we can "control" such a "mighty force of nature" that some might imagine human reproduction to perhaps be becoming?
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  • Adam Pronata... 2012/05/05 04:35:08
    Adam
    +2
    Those who worship the earth and believe that the earth is more important than humans.
  • Pronata... Adam 2012/05/05 06:54:10
    Pronatalist Pronatalist
    +1
    Well I see over 7 billion reasons to have at least as many people as there are.

    "World population is barely large enough for you and I to have been born." --somebody said

    "The more the merrier," they used to say. BTW, why don't I hear that much anymore?
  • Adam Pronata... 2012/05/05 13:03:15
    Adam
    +2
    We wouldn't be where we are technologically without the amount of people we have.
  • Red_Horse Adam 2012/05/09 06:23:09
  • Pat Pronata... 2012/05/05 15:28:47
    Pat
    +1
    The earth can't support trillions of people. It's a scientific fact. If we keep going the way we are, there will be famine, disease and ultimately the destruction of the human race. We are already forcing animals out of their natural habitats with our urban sprawl. Farm land is being eaten up by buildings, roads etc. Pollution is acidifying our oceans and killing the fish, dolphins and whales. And our water supply is becoming depleted and polluted. We simply cannot go one like this forever.
  • Adam Pat 2012/05/05 19:31:22
    Adam
    Oh ye of little scientific knowledge. Something that is untested is impossible to call fact much less scientific fact. Heck Laws are just theories that have been highly highly tested, and a fact is more true than a law.
  • Pat Adam 2012/05/05 19:37:52
    Pat
    This has been studied by scientists for decades and it is true. More and more species go extinct each year and we are polluting our lakes rivers and oceans. We can see that with our own eyes. There are none so blind as those who will not see.
  • Adam Pat 2012/05/05 19:44:58
    Adam
    First you can't call something fact that has never happened and you can't say something is a good bet without a good trend much less say something is scientific fact that has never been tested. Without putting trillions of people on the earth we will not know if it can be sustained or not.
  • Pat Adam 2012/05/05 20:13:25
    Pat
    Yes you can. It's called anticipating a problem based on known facts or trends and taking steps to prevent the problem from occurring.
  • Adam Pat 2012/05/05 20:39:07
    Adam
    +1
    You can anticipate a problem, but what might happen in the future cannot be fact, only a prediction.
  • Pronata... Pat 2012/05/05 20:28:05
    Pronatalist Pronatalist
    +1
    "Those who say it can't be done, are usually interrupted by those doing it." --a motivational poster I saw long ago

    How do you know, the world can't support trillions of people? It would take so long to populate to such a level, that there would be a lot of time to expand various population accommodating technologies. How do you know there wouldn't be Star Trek "food replicators" by then? And how long are we talking about anyway? Demographers seem to doubt that world population will even double once more. They are claiming a peak population of around 9 or 10 billion, although I don't trust that assessment, as they say, "You can't fool all the people all the time." Population tapering off, is based upon the assumption, that most people will continued to be duped into using the nasty unnatural Big Pharma contraceptive devices and drugs. Isn't that a questionable assumption?

    Even now, the government may be hiding "free energy" and flying saucers from us. Such technologies would do wonders towards allowing even this world, to grow far more dense with people than many population phobics dare imagine.
  • Pat Pronata... 2012/05/06 17:02:21
    Pat
    What you or I believe is really irrelevant in the end. When the population reaches a tipping point where there are too many people on earth to support them all, nature will take care of it since we have chosen not to. You will see disease, famine, thirst, displacement, destruction of the infrastructure. If we don't act, nature will and it will prove to be a huge disaster in terms of human suffering.
  • Pronata... Pat 2012/05/06 17:16:38
    Pronatalist Pronatalist
    +1
    The population is already reaching the "tipping point" of going from multiple acres per person, to multiple people per acre, in countries such as India and The Philippines. Yet, human populations continue to expand, so apparently such arbitrary "tipping points" mean little or nothing.

    A. Either we control our numbers,
    B. Or nature will.

    Why do pagan earth-worshipers try to confuse us with their liar A\B choices? Where's the undisclosed option C?

    C. Wrong. Nature won't! Why do you think we are growing so populous?

    Genesis 1:26 gives the simple answer. People are NOT "animals." God gave dominion over nature and other creatures, to man. This largely explains why nature is either unable or unwilling to keep expanding human populations "in check."

    Why do New World Order criminal elitists, make grandiose depopulation agenda plans, to eliminate the growing "surplus" world "overpopulation?" Because apparently, nature is unwilling or unable to keep us "in check." (And perhaps not enough people are "volunteering" to use the nasty Big Pharma, treat-us-as-lab-rats, shoddy contraceptive devices and drugs?) So wouldn't that mean, that Malthusian gloom-and-doom poverty religion, is outright demonic fraud? And perhaps some people would rather "take their chances" with nature, than have an evil depopulation agenda imposed against them. At least they would have a far better chance.
  • Pat Pronata... 2012/05/06 17:35:00
    Pat
    The Bible is a book full of myths, most of which are based on Pagan Gods and rituals, Roman and Greek Gods, etc. Only the names have been changed. So please, don't come at me with that. I believe in Science.
    We are growing more populous because people either can't or won't control their reproduction. We will, at some point, reach the point where there are too many people. It won't be til then that we'll see the intervention of nature in terms of famine, disease, wars and who know what other kinds of disasters. We are already seeing the death of sea life all around us, the depletion and extinction of species, and destruction of our wilderness areas.
    It's going to happen unless we do something and controlling population growth is a huge part of it.
  • Adam Pat 2012/05/06 18:54:47
    Adam
    you might want to do some more research into the bible and its credibility before you keep making such assertions.
  • Pat Adam 2012/05/06 18:56:06
    Pat
    Been there, done that. It's all a re-write of things that came long before it.
  • Adam Pat 2012/05/06 20:07:48
    Adam
    Really? How do you come to that conclusion.
  • Pronata... Pat 2012/05/06 19:06:29
  • Adam Pat 2012/05/06 18:49:03
    Adam
    There is going to be huge disasters in near future, but it is not due to the size of population.
  • Pat Adam 2012/05/06 18:55:12
    Pat
    And you know this how?
  • Adam Pat 2012/05/06 20:08:55
    Adam
    Prophecy.
  • Pat Adam 2012/05/06 23:08:45
    Pat
    Oh puh-leezzz!
  • Red_Horse Pronata... 2012/05/09 06:22:05

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