JOHNSTON, R.I. — Members of a Catholic church in Johnston are wondering if vandalism done to one of their statues is a hate crime.
A statue in front of the Our Lady of Grace Church on Lafayette Street was vandalized Monday night.
There was a spray painted message that said, “anti-choice nazis.”
The statue is called “The Good Shepard,” and is meant to represent the church’s pro-life beliefs.
Johnston police are investigating the incident.
I guess these pro-aborts don’t know their history very well. Margaret Sanger the founder of Planned Parenthood was a prominent proponent of eugenics and forced sterilization. The magazine she founded Birth Control Review contained articles by prominent Germans (and later Nazis) in favor of eugenics. She also appointed Lothrop Stoddard as a board member of the Birth Control League (the forerunner of Planned Parenthood). Lothrop Stoddard was quite pleased with what was happening in Germany and even met with Adolf Hitler. His writings were featured in Nazi school text books. Of course Margaret Sanger and her racist views have never been renounced by Planned Parenthood and every year they give out the “Maggie”, the award named after her. America was very influential on Nazi Germany’s policies. Many states had forced sterilization policies long before Germany did and their leaders formulated their own laws based on California’s policies.
Truly the pro-abortion crowd is more closely tied in to the Nazi regime then they will ever admit or even know. Forced sterilization in recent years in South America were under the auspices of the U.N. and pro-abortion groups. Somehow to me the words forced and choice don’t go well together. Of course most people in favor of abortion or Planned Parenthood do not know about these ties or how Margaret Sanger deliberately started the “Negro Project” and enlisted the help of black clergy to preach the value of “family planning” a.k.a. contraception. This was part of her plan to reduce “human weeds.”