by ADAN SALAZAR
A letter from pro-choice lawyer Ron Weddington to President-elect Bill Clinton reveals how the wealthy elite rely on abortion to reduce the number of people born into poverty, a notion which follows lockstep with the globalist population control eugenics agenda.
The letter, uncovered in 2006 by government watchdog Judicial Watch, shows how the attorney instrumental in bringing about the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision urged “President-To-Be Clinton” to “eliminate the barely educated, healthy and poor segment of our country” by using the power of persuasion to “convince the poor that they can’t get out of poverty when they have all those extra mouths to feed,” and therefore must seek government subsidized birth control methods.
Weddington’s letter, which can be read in full below, is a testament to the fact that abortion, largely upheld as a women’s right issue by the liberal left and radical feminists, is actually a tool of controlling the population and selectively breeding a desired society, much like the Third Reich’s aim was to create a super-race.
Excerpts of Weddington’s 1992 letter to Clinton follow. Read the letter in its entirety below.
“[Y]ou can start immediately to eliminate the barely educated, unhealthy and poor segment of our country. No, I’m not advocating some sort of mass extinction of these unfortunate people. Crime, drugs and disease are already doing that. The problem is that their numbers are not only replaced but increased by the birth of millions of babies to people who can’t afford to have babies…
[…] If current trends continue, soon a majority of the babies born will be born into poverty and one half of the country cannot support the other half, no matter how good our intentions.
I am not proposing that you send federal agents armed with Depo-Provera dart guns to the ghetto. You should use persuasion rather than coercion. You and Hillary are a perfect example. Could either of you have gone to law school and achieved anything close to what you have if you had three or four more children before you were 20? No! You waited until you were established in your 30s to have one child. That is what sensible people do…
It’s time to officially recognize that people are going to have sex and what we need to do as a nation is prevent as much disease and as many poor babies as possible.
Condoms alone won’t do it. Depo-Provera, Norplant and the new birth control injection being developed in India are not a complete answer…
No, government is going to have to provide vasectomies, tubal ligations and abortions… RU-486 and conventional abortions. Even if we make birth control as ubiquitous as sneakers and junk food, there will still be unplanned pregnancies. There have been about 30 million abortions in this country since Roe V Wade. Think of all the poverty, crime and misery… And then add 30 million unwanted babies to the scenario.
[…] The biblical exhortation to “Be fruitful and multiply,” was directed toward a small tribe, surrounded by enemies. We are long past that. Our survival depends upon our developing a population where everyone, contributes. We don’t need more cannon fodder. We don’t need more parishioners, We don’t need more cheap labor. We don’t need more poor babies.
Weddington’s missive is a testament to the true purpose behind abortion, which is to cleanse society of undesirables and reduce the overall global population as eugenics programs throughout history have done.
In order to convince the public that abortion is a societal good, however, governments regularly enlist social scientists to justify the practice of killing children.
A recently unearthed economic research paper, co-authored by embattled Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber in 1997, for example, illustrated how the system justifies the macabre act by citing taxpayer savings.
Gruber’s paper, entitled “Abortion Legalization and Child Living Circumstances: Who is the ‘Marginal Child,” essentially concluded that the welfare system was better off after the Roe v. Wade decision because it “saved the government over $14 billion in welfare payments through the year 1994.”
Even the woman at the center of the Roe v. Wade controversy, Norma McCorvey (AKA ‘Jane Roe’), sought for the Supreme Court to overturn the decision after coming to the realization that it was “no longer just” and that “abortion hurts women,” according to her attorney.
Dr. Alveda King, the niece of civil rights icon Martin Luther King, Jr., has also gone on record stating that the culling of the American black population has not come from lynch mobs, but from abortionists “who plant their killing centers in minority neighborhoods and prey upon women who think they have no hope.”
“The great irony is that abortion has done what the Klan only dreamed of… Roughly one quarter of the black population is now missing,” King said.