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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Black Genocide In America



Between 1882 and 1968, 3446 blacks were lynched in the U.S. Today, black people abort more black lives than this in less than three days. Wake up and smell the coffee. You are being sold a bill of goods. Be proud of the lives you create.

Since 1973 when the nation legalized abortion there have been over 13 million black lives aborted. Compare this with 2,266,789 black deaths from heart disease and 1,638,350 black deaths from cancer in the same period of time. Then ask yourself. What is the main cause of death in black people ?

The patron saint of Planned Parenthood and the abortion industries, Margaret Sanger, had as one of her goals, to erase through "birth control" (listen to those words) the "bad stock" (her words) in the human race. From the start she targeted black communities.

Here is a direct quote from Sanger. Listen carefully. See if it has any sinister overtones to it.
"Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated." Her first birth control clinic was in Harlem. Hmmm?

Today blacks make up 12% of the U.S. population, but receive 31.7% of the abortions. Almost three times the average. "Blacks are the only minority in America that are on the decline in population." Wise up. Free contraception and free abortions are not out to help you.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Becky said...

Here's some quotes from "Killer Angel" A biography of Sanger by George Grant.

Her magazine "The Birth Control Review" (immediate predecessor to Planned Parenthood) in April of 1923 outlined Margaret's "Plan for Peace," which called for coercive sterilization, manditory segregation, and rehabilitative concentration camps for all "dygenic stocks." (p71) This magazine also praised pre-holocaust race purification programs, and published Nazi eugenics leader's articles.
As her organization grew in power and prestige, she began to target several other "ill-favored" and "dysgenic races," including "Blacks, Hispanics, Amerinds, Fundamentalists and Catholics." (p73)
The woman was hired by southern state public health officials to remedy the "dysgenic horror story" for goodness sake. She called it the "Negro Project." She said that they "breed carelessly and disastrously." And that "there is a great danger that we will fail, because the Negros think it is a plan for extermination. Hence, let's appear to let the colored man run it." Although, "Our experience causes us to doubt their ability to work except under White supervision." (p73-74)
Wake up and smell the burning bodies.

9:02 AM, April 26, 2006  
Blogger The Charlebois said...

Well said, both of you.
However Dad, I'm not sure how the picture you chose ties in???

9:46 AM, April 26, 2006  
Blogger quistian said...

John Piper mentioned this observation, too. (And I know Bruce has mentioned it before.) And he called on Black Christian leaders to take this issue up. You would think if the right people make a big enough stink about this, it could be quite forceful against abortion.

9:52 AM, May 12, 2006  

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