Does she say in the video ‘Birth control basics: The pill,’ that the pill has been classified as a class 1 carcinogen which is the same class as asbestos and tobacco by arm of the World Health Organisation, International agency for research on cancer, no
Campaigns around the world have educated people on the danger of asbestos and tobacco but no campaign ever on the effect of the pill
*]Laci Green says nothing of the fact that Planned Parenthood’s CEO has claimed Planned Parenthood provides mammograms when they do not
*]Planned Parenthood has been caught violating mandatory statutory reporting laws
*]Aiding and abetting sex trafficking of minors
*]Aiding and abetting sex selection abortion
*]Providing fabricated and unscientific info on abortion
*]Not declining donations from an actor who said he wanted the money to be specified for abortion of Black babies to reduce the number of Blacks
Planned Planned sponsors those videos because they want people premarital sex and use bith control because they know many people who do will end up in Planned Parenthood. Arm of Planned Parenthood Guttmacher Insisute admits that 55 - 60% of people on abortion
Planned Parenthood profits from selling birth control and abortion
Planned Parenthood does not view teenage sex as wrong. PP is upset only if
sex results in “unwanted” births. Planned Parenthood’s sex education programs are not about telling children how to avoid sex. They are, rather, designed to indoctrinate our children into what PP calls “responsible sexuality.” By this PP means it is okay for kids to have sex as long as they avoid pregnancy; or if they do get pregnant, have an abortion.
Former PP president Faye Wattleton confirmed this in the Los Angeles Times, on October 17, 1986: “[Planned Parenthood is] not going to be an organization promoting celibacy or chastity.”
The current PP president, Pamela Maraldo, in an article in the March/April 1993 issue of Family Planning World, condemned abstinence-only sex ed programs as “unacceptable.” She endorsed, instead, the position of former United States Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders, who said, “We’ve taught our children in driver’s education what to do in the front seat, and now we’ve got to teach them what to do in the back seat.”
PP spreads the religion of humanism
Planned Parenthood is dedicated to spreading the religious doctrine of Humanism as defined in the Humanist Manifestos (I & II).
PP has consistently refused to give our children a clear message of “right” and “wrong.” It seeks not to educate our children in moral values, but to indoctrinate them into the Humanist philosophy that proclaims there is no objective moral code, and that right and wrong can be decided solely by the individual.
In the Los Angeles Times article quoted above, Faye Wattleton said, “[Planned Parenthood’s] concern is not to convey ‘shoulds’ or ‘should nots.’”
Fearing that moral people on school boards may lead to schools teaching our young children right from wrong, Pamela Maraldo said, in the article referred to above, “. . . we must bring an immediate halt to the aggressive infiltration of local school boards by the religious right.”
Any school program endorsed by Planned Parenthood will give children complete information on how to have sex. The children will be given no moral guidance in a PP program and will be told they can do it or not do it depending on how they feel.
While this concept of no absolute rights or wrongs may be embraced by some people in the world, it is rejected by most. Most people subscribe to religious principles that recognize a supreme authority over life and a set of divinely inspired principles on which our behavior must be conditioned. Parents who support STOPP are among this latter group and, therefore, oppose
Planned Parenthood runs a business providing birth control devices to its customers. Although PP is officially a non-profit organization, IRS regulations allow it to make profits on parts of its operation. PP does make a profit on its sale of birth control devices and seems to operate more to protect that income than its clients.
A primary example of this is their provision of birth control pills. The Pill has long been a major income producer for PP.