“I will not have my son, our children, grow up in a society of racism, sexism, misogyny, bigotry, white supremacy, homophobia, transphobia, denial of science, denial of climate change …”
These are the words of Dr. Leana Wen, newly named president of Planned Parenthood, spoken at the 2018 Baltimore Women’s March.
Well, it’s certainly one way to try to change the conversation from old white Planned Parenthood officials being caught on video haggling over the price of aborted baby body parts and jokingly saying, “I want a Lamborghini.”
New Face of Murder
The undercover video expose of Planned Parenthood’s active participation in the harvesting of aborted baby parts for profitable sale to medical researchers caused arguably the biggest public relations hit to the abortion goliath in its history.
There is no doubt that the fallout from the scandal, which included congressional and U.S. Justice Department investigations, contributed heavily to Cecile Richards’ resignation as PP president.
The appointment of Wen, who fled China as a small child along with her parents, as Richards’ successor clearly indicates that Planned Parenthood will be cloaking itself in the mantle of social justice as it desperately seeks to rebrand away from the grisly facts of its core business service: the murder of unborn babies on a mass retail scale.
So expect to see a lot more public pronouncements like this tweet from Wen:
We cannot begin to address the health issues that threaten women's lives unless we are honest about structural racism.
— Leana Wen, M.D. (@DrLeanaWen) September 19, 2018
“Health care shouldn’t be political,” Wen deceitfully said on ABC’s The View while attempting to distance Planned Parenthood from its burger franchise-like commitment to abortion on demand.
But make no mistake. Wen and PP will be constantly spouting political themes – racial in nature to a large extent – as a way to publicly keep the mountain of dead infant corpses that have piled up over the decades since Roe v. Wade became the law of the land via judicial diktat in 1973 from staining their pretty corporate logo.
When Baltimore was plagued by riots following the death of Freddie Gray in police custody in 2015, Wen was quick to define the racial unrest in “health” terms.
“It happened because of systemic racism, because of structural inequities, because of our policies of mass incarceration and discrimination — and all of those issues we believe are tied to health,” she said of the chaos in Charm City.
“I believe that public health is the best way for us to level the playing field … that it’s a powerful social justice tool that allows us to get at all these other issues,” Wen told Baltimore Magazine in a 2016 interview.
This is exactly why Planned Parenthood hired this woman.
Racial pandering from an Asian immigrant face is perfectly in line with the organization’s post-organ harvesting scandal assessment of itself as a business entity desperately in need of a facelift.
Remember when we were all told that an abortion is no more serious than a trip to the dentist? Well, that doesn’t fly anymore apparently so Planned Parenthood in 2016 hired a global design firm to redo its “health clinics” in warm, inviting colors meant to make terminating a pregnancy less like infanticide and more akin to a holistic spa treatment.
“[Q]uiet nesting spaces for reflection and privacy.”
“Soothing colors and soft, warm fabrics create a comforting environment.”
These are quotes from the new abortion clinic design plan.
Equally soothing to potential customers is the numbing language of identity politics and social justice.
That is why Planned Parenthood uses terms like “reproductive health” and “reproductive freedom” instead of abortion every chance it gets.
A Chinese immigrant cooing about “systemic” racial and sexual oppression may indeed be more publicly pleasing than undercover video of the discussion of the market value of infant livers.
But try as it might, Planned Parenthood cannot get away from the ugly truth of what it is really all about.
The blood of 60 million murdered babies since 1973 cannot be washed away with empty platitudes culled from the lexicon of cultural Marxism.