During the recent “presidential” debates between a crowded stage of Democrats-who-would-be-king, socialist Bernie Sanders outdid them all by acknowledging that his support for unrestricted abortion is rooted in the dark world of eugenics.
Sanders did not use the word, of course.
But he explicitly supports abortion, especially in the Third World, to reduce the world’s population. It just so happens that the majority populations in the less developed world are black, brown and yellow. No matter. These races represent an existential threat to “Mother Earth” and must be culled.
Sanders is truly a “child” of the 1960’s, though he was actually a young adult. The ideas he brings to the public table are rooted in the various radical fantasies of his youth. Some of those fantasies are relatively harmless, even charming. But most are dark and dangerous.
His views of managing the population were developed in an era when college students absorbed the dark propaganda of books like “The Population Bomb”. Published in 1968 by Professor Paul Ehrlich, the book contended that the earth simply could not support a growing population. It predicted widespread famine and social destruction as we ran out of natural resources.
Those dire predictions failed to materialize. But never confuse a good liberal with facts; it complicates the story. Obviously, Bernie Sanders is not alone. We see an almost religious adherence to the notion of global warming/cooling/climate change – regardless of scientific evidence to the contrary. Mankind is seen as something akin to a disease, a threat to the Goddess Earth.
This environmental religiosity is imbued with a racism and elitism that can be traced directly to historical socialists like Margaret Sanger. The solution to poverty was not capitalist production, but elimination of the poor and oppressed. Sanger called these people “human weeds”. Bernie Sanders is a bit smoother, but his philosophy is fundamentally the same.
The fruit of such thinking is always the same – death. In this particular case, the death of vulnerable preborn children.
It is simply outrageous that a person like Bernie Sanders would be regarded as a respectable and reasonable voice in the public square, let alone a potential president of the United States.