Black Pro-life Group criticizing NAACP receives national attention
Today, Twitters’ censorship of a Black Pro-life Group criticizing the NAACP has received national attention.
On Jan. 28 , Black Pro-Life groups protested the NAACP Image Awards. They accused the NAACP of failing to represent the best interests of the black community – especially their ties to Planned Parenthood – a group the members say is “targeting the black community” by trying to control the population through abortion.
The protesters carried signs requesting that Twitter turn their account, @NAACP_WATCHDOGS, back on which had been suspend just days before the event for criticizing the NAACP.
Now, Fox News’ Todd Starnes has published a story, where he interviews members from the Coalition. According to the article, their trouble started when the group’s social media manager, sent out a tweet promoting the demonstration. A press release issued by the group, says the Tweet quoted Dr. Johnny Hunter, National Director of Life Education And Resource Network (LEARN) who said, “Racist elitists no longer need the Ku Klux Klan to control blacks; they have Planned Parenthood. And Planned Parenthood has the NAACP on a leash.” The NAACP apparently complained and as a result, Twitter suspended the account. The group called the move a “way to silence opposition.”
Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics Inc., agrees and says the Twitter / NAACP reaction is similar to what happened years ago when Black Journalist, Samuel Yette published a book detailing high-level plans within the United States to use birth control and abortion as genocide against African-Americans. In 1968, Yette became the first African-American reporter hired by Newsweek Magazine. Three years later, immediately after his book was released to the public, Mr. Yette was fired.
“Mr. Yette was chopped off at the knees because, by the late 60s, population control – especially Black population control – had become a virtual religion for America’s power structure. And these people do not tolerate dissent well – especially when it comes from uppity Black opinion molders,” Crutcher states.
Crutcher ties Yette with today’s Twitter/NAACP story, “It’s 2013. Dr. Johnny Hunter, a Black man, is quoted on Twitter criticizing the association between the NAACP and Planned Parenthood because of that organization’s racist and eugenics history. Within minutes, after saying that Planned Parenthood has the NAACP on a leash, this Black group’s Twitter account is suspended and taken down. To put it succinctly, Hunter had been “Yetted.”
Crutcher continues, “Today, America’s “Population-Control / Family-Planning Cartel” includes the politically ambitious quislings and shameless hucksters over at the NAACP. The fact is, given their unholy marriage to Planned Parenthood, it seems appropriate for the NAACP to just go ahead and change its name to the National Association for the Abortion of Colored People. When my friend, Johnny Hunter, began to point that out, it was inevitable that he would be Yetted.”
Day Gardner, president of the National Black Pro-Life Union comments on NAACP threat to sue LifeNews.com and black pro-life leader Ryan Bomberger, of the Radiance Foundation, for a recent column that took the civil rights organization to task over its abortion position.
As a child, I thought the NAACP to be a super hero organization; an organization that would fight racism down to its very core — and like a super hero — it would always stand for truth and justice…fighting boldly for civil rights and freedom for all black people.
Apparently, there was some fine print in there that said — except for those children who are too small to defend themselves — we will allow their civil rights to be violated.
What bothers me most is the NAACP is very quick to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us. Black women and their unborn children are targeted by the abortion industry while the NAACP looks the other way.
According to the Guttmacher Institute, the research arm for Planned Parenthood, 90% of all abortion facilities are placed in lower-income urban areas. It also states that clients are mostly women of color.
“On July 20, 2012, 24 year old Tonya Reaves bled to death after a botched second-trimester abortion. This young woman was left on a table bleeding for 5 hours at the Planned Parenthood Loop Center abortion clinic in downtown Chicago.
The full autopsy results indicate that Reaves’ injuries were survivable if she had received proper emergency care in a timely manner.
Yet, the NAACP was eerily silent — not even a peep from them to demand justice for Tonya — not a word to comfort her family.
The abortion industry makes millions and millions of dollars — blood money — by killing black children while the NAACP buries its organizational head in the sand.
The NAACP, a one time giant for justice, is not only less than a shadow of its former self but with its support of the atrocity of abortion the organization has in fact turned against those it should be standing up for.
With that said, I think the ‘National Association for the Abortion of Colored People‘ seems quite fitting … don’t you?”