The Negro Project: Margaret Sangerís Diabolical, Duplicitous, Dangerous, Disastrous, and Deadly Plan for Black America

The Negro Project: Margaret Sangerís Diabolical, Duplicitous, Dangerous, Disastrous, and Deadly Plan for Black America
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The Negro Project: Margaret Sangerís Diabolical, Duplicitous, Dangerous, Disastrous, and Deadly Plan for Black America
by Bruce Fleury

Bruce Fleuryís The Negro Project: Margaret Sangerís Diabolical, Duplicitous, Dangerous, Disastrous, and Deadly Plan for Black America is an in-depth and engrossing cautionary tale written by the author to serve as a warning to all Americans not to forget their history, and perform their due diligence in order to be able to see the not-so-obvious objectives behind the deeds of others. This work surrounds the authorís realization of the harm Margaret Sanger and others like her brought upon the black community in the name of ďwomenís healthĒ through her organization, Planned Parenthood.

He sees the black population as being in mortal danger of extinction if Americans donít wake up and fight the battle against abortion. Mr. Fleury raises some very compelling points in his exposť and has provided a great amount of research to support his findings. The reader will most certainly learn a historical lesson that was never taught in school.


About the Author:

Bruce Fleury was born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, and as a youngster moved to Detroit, Michigan, with his parents and five siblings, where he spent 56 years. Twenty of those years he was employed at Ford Motor Co. He currently resides with his wife, Janette, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Mr. Fleury likes to think of himself as a student of history and is strongly pro-life, the reason for his writing of this book. He is also keenly interested in politics, sports, and current events.

(2015, Paperback, 300 pages)


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