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Michael Jackson and racism

Posted in Abortion, Black Genocide, Constitution, Eugenics, Racism, Sterilization with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 30, 2009 by saynsumthn


There is no doubt that racism still exits in the US. But while some people see racism behind every corner a real racist agenda is being waged against African Americans right under their noses.

If you doubt what I am saying- watch the film: Maafa21

Maafa 21 exposes high level plans within the US Government to exterminate Black People. This plan dates back to the 1800 just after slavery ended and continues to this day !

Get the film – get several copies before the racist elitists shut this down !

Why I Fight On – Happy 4th of July

Posted in Abortion, Black Genocide, Constitution, Eugenics, Racism, Religion, Sterilization, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 29, 2009 by saynsumthn

I was a teen when I first hit the street to sidewalk counsel outside an abortion clinic. I saw men drag women into the clinic and parents coerce their daughters to kill their children. We wept, we prayed, we begged the women to spare the lives of their children. Still the slaughter of abortion continues and still I weep and cry out for their lives.

Now that I am older I ask myself – Why do I fight on? Have we seen the victory, is the war not getting worse? I am often on the edge of decision on whether to leave the battle because, victory, it seems, is never going to happen. But, then I am reminded of why I fight. I fight for those who cannot speak or fight for themselves- the kids: Born and unborn. I fight because it is right and because I was “born for such a time as this.” Perhaps these words will not inspire anyone to continue but they are words I echo in my own ear time and again.

When we look back on history we see many battles that looked grim. Our forefathers came here leaving all they knew to create a place of freedom for us. They formed this nation and faced their own kinsmen in War to fight for what they believed to be great. They vowed their “lives, their wealth, and their sacred honor” to defend liberty. Not knowing the outcome, they entered the battle, because the cause was justified and freedom was worth the sacrifice. They took the risk and saw a victory.

When this nation endured the darkness of slavery, few good men and women said “NO“. They were the persecuted voices in their day – shouting against the evils of slavery to a nation whose very economy was based on the stripes of the black man. They were voiceless in Congress, the media, and even in many of the churches. Though few in numbers, they converted whom they could: one convert at a time. How could they face down an industry that enslaved millions with a handful of “radicals” freeing only a few men and women from the bondage of slavery? The great abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison wrote this in The Liberator, an abolitionist newspaper he created because he had been censored from the regular press. January 1, 1831:

I am aware, that many object to the severity of my language; but is there not cause for severity? I will be as harsh as truth, and as uncompromising as justice. On this subject, I do not wish to think, or speak, or write, with moderation. No! no! Tell a man whose house is on fire, to give a moderate alarm; tell him to moderately rescue his wife from the hand of the ravisher; tell the mother to gradually extricate her babe from the fire into which it has fallen; — but urge me not to use moderation in a cause like the present. I am in earnest — I will not equivocate — I will not excuse — I will not retreat a single inch — AND I WILL BE HEARD.”

Though victory seemed grim, they fought on, unsure of the results: freedom was worth the risk and victory finally came.

Thomas J “Stonewall” Jackson is one of the most famous American Generals of all time. He got his fame by fighting for the South in the American Civil War; he was very religious and thought to be a bit odd at times by his men. Jackson was heard telling his men, “My religious belief teaches me to feel as safe in battle as in bed. God has fixed the time for my death. I do not concern myself about that, but to always be ready, no matter when it may overtake me.” With that in mind, General Jackson faced the battle with faith in God, sworn to his duty he was assured that God held his days in His able hands. “Look at Jackson standing there like a stone wall,” was the sentence that gave birth to his historic nickname.

As the Revolutionary War, Slavery, and the Civil War among others teach us, there have been dark times in American History before. The Bible itself is full of inspirational stories where the righteous was outnumbered and the battle looked bleak. For Example: David watched as the Israeli army backed off as Goliath mocked the Living God. Outraged that one man could cause such fear, David chose to march on trusting that His God was larger and greater than any earthly giant. David took a risk and stepped onto the battlefield alone but God showed up along side of him and the giant was silenced.

Thinking he was the only prophet of the Most High left, Elijah faced down 450 prophets of Baal , “You have abandoned the LORD’s commands and have followed the Baals. ” Elijah told Ahab, “Now summon the people from all over Israel to meet me on Mount Carmel. And bring the four hundred and fifty prophets of Baal and the four hundred prophets of Asherah, who eat at Jezebel’s table.” 1 Kings 18

Then Elijah said to them, “I am the only one of the LORD’s prophets left, but Baal has four hundred and fifty prophets. Get two bulls for us. Let them choose one for themselves, and let them cut it into pieces and put it on the wood but not set fire to it. I will prepare the other bull and put it on the wood but not set fire to it. Then you call on the name of your god, and I will call on the name of the LORD. The god who answers by fire—he is God.

Elijah – took a risk and GOD SHOWED UP! He put the false god’s of Baal to shame.

Esther was a young beautiful woman who was launched into the King’s chamber as Queen when he saw her beauty. But then her uncle sent word to her that the King had been tricked into signing a decree to massacre all of “her people, the Jews.” He spoke these words to her, “For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place and you and your father’s house will perish. And who knows whether you have not attained royalty for such a time as this?” (Esther 4:14)

Esther took a risk and went into see her King. She could have died in that attempt, but she believed the words of her Uncle that she had been sent to that position “for such a time as this.” She took a risk, and God saved her people.

In a little town a young woman was greeted by an angel, “Mary – you are great among women.” Told by the angel that she would bear a son, Mary trembled because she knew the consequences to pregnancy outside of marriage. Choosing instead to believe the words of God through His messenger, Mary replied, “Behold, the bondslave of the Lord; may it be done to me according to your word.” (Luke 1:38) Mary accepted that risk and the Lord literally showed up!

As we look out among this nation, many of us are battle torn and worn out. We are witnessing perhaps the death of America’s Freedom and Greatness. The prospect of that outcome has caused many to give-up, many to loose hope. But, we are not a people who should be motivated by what we “see” with earthly eyes. We are a people of Hope and a people who serve a Great God. Perhaps we have been spoiled by a sense of “freedom” few of us have ever been called upon to “defend”. Perhaps some of us have sat on the sidelines while others fought for us. Whatever the cause, we are where we are, and nothing happens outside of God’s vision. If America is seeing her last great days, so be it. I, for one, intend to stay in this battle to the end. I intend to fight on, not because victory has been promised. Precisely the opposite. I fight because it is right. I stand because I believe in truth and in God’s Word. I speak and defend the innocent because God commands me to. I am a patriotic American, but my last and final hope is not of this world, but of that world to come. If I can make a difference here on earth, great. But that is not my goal – it is to please and honor my King. I fight on, I take the risk, and I trust that if God is for me “Who can be against me?

For I am convinced that “neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 8:38-39)

Please…do not quit, for who knows that you were born “FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS.” Speak for what is right, no matter who listens. Stand for what is right, no matter the consequences. Be a light in a dark and dying world and look to our one and only hope: The Lord Jesus Christ !

As we approach another birthday of this once great nation, let us take to our knees and bless America, stand in the gap for her, and repent for this land we love so dearly. “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” 11Chronicle 7:14

And above all- FIGHT ON!

“Duty is Ours, Results are God’s”

Racist White Elitists and Maafa 21

Posted in Abortion, Black Genocide, Constitution, Eugenics, Racism, Religion, Sterilization, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 26, 2009 by saynsumthn

Stunning is the word that continues to come to mind after viewing the documentary: Maafa 21.

Zanzibar Slave Monument

Zanzibar Slave Monument

To watch how slavery, colonization, and eugenics was used to “get rid” of the Africans in this nation brought me to tears.

Elaine Riddick

Elaine Riddick

When you watch this well documented film, you will hear an interview with a Black woman who was sterilized against her will when she only 14, and the racist reason as Elaine Riddick puts it in the film was , “Because I was Black.”

President Richard Nixon

President Richard Nixon

Included in Maafa21 are the racist words of former Republican President, Richard Nixon in saying that the reason people will vote for abortion is because the ones they think will be aborted are the “little black bastards.”

eugenics-board-markerIt is no surprise that “Code Words” are being used to describe African Americans so elitists can impose their racist stereotypes on them: Feebleminded, imbecile, idiot, criminal , lazy. Maafa 21 clearly details the oppressive language used to label African Americans.

Hitlerfilm10What was very interesting was the discovery that, in Germany, Adolf Hitler sterilized Blacks as one of his first acts of German Eugenics. Given the small numbers of Afro-black citizens in Germany, it is a much overlooked tragedy, which needs to be taught. Hitler forced Afro-German citizens in the Rhineland to turn over their children for forced sterilization. This idea may have come from American Eugenicists and as you watch Maafa21 you will see first hand the documents and quotes of this American Racist Regime !

Ota BengaBook It was disgusting to see in Maafa21 how the New York Zoological Society allowed an African Pigmy, Ota Benga, to be placed in a monkey’s cage at the New York Zoo to drive home Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution which makes Africans the lowest on the evolutionary scale. This display was clearly an effort to reinforce the idea that Whites were SUPERIOR and Blacks were INFERIOR !

innis_royThe Black Panthers and those involved in the early civil rights movement including Jesse Jackson, Dick Gregory, and Roy Innis warned blacks that eugenic comrades were out to get them. Maafa21 clearly documents this as well.To prove this was a shocking interview with a Florida Abortion Clinic owner, Joyce Tarnow who said that she believes in survival of the fittest. Included in the Maafa 21, is the fact that Tarnow also told a newspaper that she was against helping Haiti and we should let them wither on the vine. She also told them that she tries to “get as many people sterilized as are in my way.” Tarnow has retired as an abortion clinic owner and is currently the President of Floridians for a Sustainable Population, I wonder why?

You must purchase this persuasive and historic documentary and get multiple copies of Maafa21 to pass to every one you know. Put one in your library, school, church, and home. Maafa21 is a shocking expose of racism in America that is still happening to this very day !


Maafa 21 Documentary

Maafa 21 Documentary

Gallop: 56% polled “abortion is morally wrong”

Posted in Abortion, Religion with tags , , , , , on June 25, 2009 by saynsumthn

New Gallop Poll Reveals that

a Majority of people are PRO-LIFE

Harold Koh,Legal Adviser:Department of State and Sharia Law?

Posted in Constitution, Islam, Racism, Religion, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 24, 2009 by saynsumthn

Harold Koh- Nominated: Legal Adviser to the Department of State.

It looks like former Yale Law School Dean Harold Koh will in fact be the next Legal Adviser of the State Department. The cloture voted just passed, 65 – 31. The cloture vote ends months of debate over Koh’s nomination. An up-down vote on his nomination should follow soon.

On Monday, nearly four months after President Obama nominated Harold Koh to become legal adviser to the State Department, Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) filed cloture and moved his nomination to the floor. Confirming the dean of Yale Law School to a powerful but usually uncontroversial position had proven harder than either his supporters or his detractors could have expected.

READ WHAT THE No Koh People have to say about this pick:

NY POST March 30, 2009:



Koh: Wants US courts to apply “world law.”

JUDGES should interpret the Constitution according to other nations’ legal “norms.” Sharia law could apply to disputes in US courts. The United States constitutes an “axis of disobedience” along with North Korea and Saddam-era Iraq.

Those are the views of the man on track to become one of the US government’s top lawyers: Harold Koh.

President Obama has nominated Koh — until last week the dean of Yale Law School — to be the State Department’s legal adviser. In that job, Koh would forge a wide range of international agreements on issues from trade to arms control, and help represent our country in such places as the United Nations and the International Court of Justice.

It’s a job where you want a strong defender of America’s sovereignty. But that’s not Koh. He’s a fan of “transnational legal process,” arguing that the distinctions between US and international law should vanish.

What would this look like in a practical sense? Well, California voters have overruled their courts, which had imposed same-sex marriage on the state. Koh would like to see such matters go up the chain through federal courts — which, in turn, should look to the rest of the world. If Canada, the European Human Rights Commission and the United Nations all say gay marriage should be legal — well, then, it should be legal in California too, regardless of what the state’s voters and elected representatives might say.

He even believes judges should use this “logic” to strike down the death penalty, which is clearly permitted in the US Constitution.

The primacy of international legal “norms” applies even to treaties we reject. For example, Koh believes that the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child — a problematic document that we haven’t ratified — should dictate the age at which individual US states can execute criminals. Got that? On issues ranging from affirmative action to the interrogation of terrorists, what the rest of the world says, goes.

Including, apparently, the world of radical imams. A New York lawyer, Steven Stein, says that, in addressing the Yale Club of Greenwich in 2007, Koh claimed that “in an appropriate case, he didn’t see any reason why sharia law would not be applied to govern a case in the United States.”

A spokeswoman for Koh said she couldn’t confirm the incident, responding: “I had heard that some guy . . . had asked a question about sharia law, and that Dean Koh had said something about that while there are obvious differences among the many different legal systems, they also share some common legal concepts.”

Score one for America’s enemies and hostile international bureaucrats, zero for American democracy.

Koh has called America’s focus on the War on Terror “obsessive.” In 2004, he listed countries that flagrantly disregard international law — “most prominently, North Korea, Iraq, and our own country, the United States of America,” which he branded “the axis of disobedience.”

He has also accused President George Bush of abusing international law to justify the invasion of Iraq, comparing his “advocacy of unfettered presidential power” to President Richard Nixon’s. And that was the first Bush — Koh was attacking the 1991 operation to liberate Kuwait, four days after fighting began in Operation Desert Storm.

Koh has also praised the Nicaraguan Sandinistas’ use in the 1980s of the International Court of Justice to get Congress to stop funding the Contras. Imagine such international lawyering by rogue nations like Iran, Syria, North Korea and Venezuela today, and you can see the danger in Koh’s theories.

Koh, a self-described “activist,” would plainly promote his views aggressively once at State. He’s not likely to feel limited by the letter of the law — in 1994, he told The New Republic: “I’d rather have [former Supreme Court Justice Harry] Blackmun, who uses the wrong reasoning in Roe [v. Wade] to get the right results, and let other people figure out the right reasoning.”

Worse, the State job might be a launching pad for a Supreme Court nomination. (He’s on many liberals’ short lists for the high court.) Since this job requires Senate confirmation, it’s certainly a useful trial run.

What happens to Koh in the Senate will send an important signal. If he sails through to State, he’s a far better bet to make it onto the Supreme Court. So Senate Republicans have a duty to expose and confront his radical views.

Even though he’s up for a State Department job, Koh is a key test case in the “judicial wars.” If he makes it through (which he will if he gets even a single GOP vote) the message to the Obama team will be: You can pick ’em as radical as you like.

Meghan Clyne is a DC-based writer.

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JUNE 24, 2009

In the end, every Democrat* and eight Republicans voted for cloture on Harold Koh’s nomination for legal adviser to the State Department. The Republicans: Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), Susan Collins (R-Maine), Judd Gregg (R-N.H.), Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Richard Lugar (R-Ind.), Mel Martinez (R-Fla.), Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) and George Voinovich (R-Ohio). Three of them — Gregg, Martinez, and Voinovich — are retiring in 2010. All of them except for Alexander and Hatch represent states won by President Obama last year.

“We were confident that we would get the votes needed to invoke cloture and are pleased that this nomination is moving forward,” said Regan Lachappelle, a spokesperson for Sen. Harry Reid (R-Nev.) “Our hope, of course, would have been to consider the nomination without having to take up all of this time.”

Thirteen of the Republican “no” votes came from senators, including Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who voted to confirm Koh to his last job as assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights, and labor, back in 1998.

*Sen. Ted Kennedy (R-Mass.) and Sen. Robert Byrd (R-W.Va.) were not in the Senate for the vote.

Nixon: Aborted are the little black bastards

Posted in Abortion, Black Genocide, Eugenics, Racism, Sterilization, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 24, 2009 by saynsumthn
President Richard Nixon

President Richard Nixon

Newly released Nixon tapes confirm the statements of racism played on the new documentary on Black Genocide: Maafa21.

This month, the Nixon Library released more Nixon Tapes. Although the quality of the recordings are poor, Nixon and an aide held a conversation recorded on January 23, 1973, discussing that day’s Supreme Court’s decisions in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton.

I know that there are times when abortions are necessary. I know that,” Nixon tells an aide, then adding, “When you have a black and a white.”

The aide interrupts, “or for rape,” to which Nixon quickly responds, “or rape.”

Recently, a new documentary: Maafa21, was released which exposed high level plans within the US to use abortion as Black Genocide. The well documented film, ( a must see) exposed the early and extremely racist roots of the national largest abortion provider: Planned Parenthood and a host of eugenic connections they partnered with to reduce the Black Population.

As you watch Maafa21 the audience is stunned by admissions from Republican President Richard Nixon as to why he feels the nation will support abortion:

Nixon Black Negro Bastards

NIXON Tape #697-29

Nixon: “A majority of people in Colorado voted for abortion, I think a majority of people in Michigan are for abortion, I think in both cases, well, certainly in Michigan they will vote for it because they think that what’s going to be aborted generally are the little black bastards.”


Nixon: ” … as I told you and we talked about it earlier, that a hell of a lot of people want to control all the Negro bastards.”

Unidentified Staff: “Yeah


Nixon: “Isn’t that really true?

Nixon: “You know what we are talking about – Population Control?”

Unidentified Staff: “Sure

Nixon Our Class Control Pop

Nixon: “We’re talking really – and what John Rockefeller really realizes – look, the people in what we call the “our class” control their populations. Sometimes they’ll have a family of six, or seven, or eight, or nine, but it’s an exception.”

Unidentified Staff: Sure.

Nixon: “People who don’t control their families are people in- the people who shouldn’t have kids.”

President Nixon formed the Population Commission which was headed by eugenics members.

Maafa 21 will shock you. To see documentation showing the racism used in the abortion business and philosophy is hard to believe. To discover how one African American reporter was fired by Newsweek because he was going to expose the government’s role in Black Genocide was horrifying to say the least.

If you have not seen this documentary- you must get it and pass it to everyone who you know.

Maafa21 DVD COver

Maafa21 DVD COver

Maafa 21 order here

African women with HIV ‘coerced into sterilisation’

Posted in Abortion, Black Genocide, Elaine Riddick, Eugenics, Forced Sterilization, Sterilization, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , on June 23, 2009 by saynsumthn

Planned Parenthood’s Founder – Margaret Sanger would be very pleased with this story:

From the UK Guardian Monday 22 June 2009 19.13

Women in Africa are being sterilized without their consent after being told the procedure is a routine treatment for Aids, a lawsuit will claim.

Forty HIV-positive women in Namibia have been made infertile against their will, according to the International Community of Women Living with HIV/Aids (ICW). The group is preparing to sue the Namibian government over at least 15 cases.

Campaigners also report coerced sterilization in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia and South Africa, where according to one report a 14-year-old girl was told she could have an abortion only on condition that she agreed to sacrifice her reproductive rights.

The ICW has documented cases in Namibia where HIV-positive women minutes from giving birth were encouraged to sign consent forms to prevent them from having more children. Jennifer Gatsi-Mallet, its co-ordinator in the country, said: “They were in pain, they were told to sign, they didn’t know what it was. They thought that it was part of their HIV treatment. None of them knew what sterilization was, including those from urban areas, because it was never explained to them.

“After six weeks they went to the family planning centre for birth control pills and were told that it’s not necessary: they’re sterile. Most of them were very upset. When they went back to the hospital and asked, ‘Why did you do this to us?’ the answer was: ‘You’ve got HIV’.”

Gatsi-Mallet said that some women were now afraid to go to hospital in case they are sterilized, and infertile women were often rejected by their husbands and communities: “In African culture, if you are not able to have children, you are ostracised. It’s worse than having HIV.”

African women aged between 20 and 34 have a higher prevalence of HIV than any other social group; in South Africa one in three is infected.

On average an HIV-positive mother has a one in four risk of transmitting the virus to her child. With the latest antiretroviral drugs, the probability can be cut to less than one in 50. But such medical interventions are underfunded and inaccessible to millions of women across the continent.

The ICW accuses the Namibian government of encouraging state doctors to sterilize HIV-positive women as a means of preventing the spread of the virus. Its request to see the government’s official guidelines has been refused. It hopes to bring 15 or more cases to court later this year.

A media report from Namibia last week highlighted the plight of Hilma Nendongo. A few weeks after giving birth, she was asked by a nurse: “Oh, did they tell you that you had been sterilised?”

Nendongo, 30, who is HIV-positive, suddenly remembered that hospital staff had told her to sign some papers as she entered the operating room for a caesarean section.

“It was a very big shock,” she told Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper. “I was very emotional … I wanted a sister for my three boys, and now I can’t have one.”

In South Africa, cases are being referred to the Women’s Legal Centre with a view to a possible action. Promise Mthembu, a researcher at Witwatersrand University, said coerced sterilisations were happening in “very large areas” of the country.

Many patients were forced to undergo the operation as the only means of gaining access to medical services, Mthembu told the Mail & Guardian newspaper.

For More on US Forced Sterilization, check out a new documentary called: Maafa21