Frederick S. Jaffe was the Vice President of Planned Parenthood in 1969. He was also Executive Director of Planned Parenthood’s Center for Family Planning Program Development. He wrote a memorandum in response to a request from Bernard Berelson, who at the time was President of the Rockefeller-founded Population Council. The March 11, 1969 letter became known as the Jaffe Memo.
The Jaffe Memo
The 9-page document is a fascinating read into the minds of eugenicists and depopulation advocates. But it is page 9 that is essentially the blueprint for everything that has happened since 1969 related to American families, social norms, sexuality and depopulation. A table outlines “Proposed Measures to Reduce Fertility by universality or Selectivity of Impact in the U.S.”
The full document is here if the screenshot is hard to read. The left-hand column outlines Universal Impact measures for Social Constraints.
- Restructure family – alter image of ideal family and avoid/postpone marriage
- Compulsory [public] education for children
- Encourage increased homosexuality
- Fertility control agents in water supply
- Encourage women to work
Payments to encourage self-sterilization, contraception and abortions are also proposed in the document. It also discourages private home ownership.
Planned Parenthood’s Center for Family Planning Program Development broke away from the organization in 1974 and became the non-profit subsidiary Guttmacher Institute. It was named after Dr. Alan Guttmacher, an OB-GYN and former Vice President of the American Eugenics Society (now called the Society for Biodemography and Social Biology). The Guttmacher Institute officially split from Planned Parenthood in 2007. Jaffe headed the Guttmacher Institute until his death in 1978.
Of course mainstream media “fact-checkers” have done amazing word gymnastics trying to discredit the Jaffe Memo as “conspiracy theory.” But again, read it for yourself and continue reading this article…READ FULL ARTICLE
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