Rev’s: Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, consistent on racist finger pointing ?

The Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson attacked the bid by Rush Limbaugh to buy the St. Louis Rams on Monday, saying the conservative radio host’s track record on race should exclude him from owning an NFL team.

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Sharpton sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, arguing that Limbaugh has been divisive and “anti-NFL” in some of his comments.

Jackson said in a telephone interview that Limbaugh had made his wealth “appealing to the fears of whites” with an unending line of insults against blacks and other minorities.

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I am wondering when Jesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton will protest the $350 plus millions of tax dollars that Planned Parenthood receives each year because they target African Americans for Black Genocide by abortion. Jackson used to be an ardent voice against the targeting of blacks by the family planners.

Jackson once stated, “It is strange that they choose to start talking about population control at the same time that Black people in America and people of color around the world are demanding their rightful place as human citizens and their rightful share of the material wealth in the world.”

Is Jackson and Sharpton in agreement with the way Planned Parenthood targets the black race or do they keep silent because of political reasons?

Perhaps if Sharpton and Jesse Jackson viewed a lengthy documentary on abortion and Black Genocide, called Maafa21, they would have a change of heart on this matter.

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According to the Rev. Clenard Childress, “The truth is, Al Sharpton wouldn’t dare raise his voice due to his own proclivity to support the abortion ideology. … Rev. Sharpton … has been absolutely and utterly silent on the racism of Planned Parenthood and the execution of over 15 million African-American children under the watch of those who took a vow to preserve their lives.

Has anyone noted the silence of the NAACP on the racism of Planned Parenthood? …The NAACP, once the vanguard and protector of the Black Community, has become the personification of liberal thinking and has also refused to condemn the racism at Planned Parenthood. This should not surprise anyone since the NAACP censored the Macon chapter in Georgia due to a resolution submitted that had abortion content. They refused to read it to the body, a clear violation of their own by laws. No, there will be no discussion on race here either as long as Planned Parenthood is in the discussion. It is obvious that the “author of racism” does matter with the NAACP.

And there is Jessie Jackson of the Rainbow Coalition. He led a march of about fifty protestors demanding the firing of Don Imus, saying, “Three strikes you’re out ought to apply to this position.” Not many know what Jackson wrote in a 1000 word essay to the National Right to Life News in January 1977 some thirty-one years ago. He said:

There are those who argue that the right to privacy is of higher order than the right to life. I do not share that view. I believe that life is not private, but rather it is public and universal. If one accepts the position that life is private, and therefore you have the right to do with it as you please, one must also accept the conclusion of that logic. That was the premise of slavery. You could not protest the existence or treatment of slaves on the plantation because that was private and therefore outside of your right to concerned.

Another area that concerns me greatly, namely because I know how it has been used with regard to race, is the psycholinguistics involved in this whole issue of abortion. If something can be dehumanized through the rhetoric used to describe it, then the major battle has been won…. Those advocates of taking life prior to birth do not call it killing or murder; they call it abortion. They further never talk about aborting a baby because that would imply something human. Rather they talk about aborting the fetus. Fetus sounds less than human and therefore can be justified.

What happens to the mind of a person, and the moral fabric of a nation, that accepts the aborting of the life of a baby without a pang of conscience? What kind of a person, and what kind of a society will we have 20 years hence if life can be taken so casually?

Without question, Rev. Jackson’s conscience must be seared, for these thirty-one years later, he is now firmly pro-abortion. And what was his response to this “Third Reich” mindset? You guessed it: Nothing! So I ask: what does happen to the mind of a person that accepts the aborting of a baby without a pang of conscience? Jessie Jackson knows, because more then most, he can now answer his own question. The senator from Illinois was right when he said, “race is an important issue that I believe this nation cannot afford to ignore right now.” In truth, we really do need a real discussion on race, not just more rhetorical window dressing. We need to discuss why we’re allowing the destruction of our race and who has sold us out.

Jesse and Rev. Al- Please get Maafa21 and get educated !

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Maafa21 More Africans Killed

Also Read: Jesse Jackson: ‘You can’t vote against healthcare and call yourself a black man’

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