Black pastor: secret board rooms of American corporations know abortion kills future customers
A controversial Black pastor from New York has indicated that leaders of Black Pop Culture recognize they are losing customers particularly Black customers because of the high rates of abortion in that community.
Speaking at a rally to protest the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi, Dr. David Manning, pastor of the ATLAH World Missionary Church in Harlem, told the crowd a parable, which began by describing a meeting he attended which included corporate leaders as well as pop stars Jay Z and Beyonce.
A parable is not a true story- but a story that portrays a truth.
“I need to let you know that shortly after I began to talk about coming here to Jackson, to the one and only abortion death camp here, in the state of Mississippi,” Pastor Manning told the group.
“I received a message from the officer of the Jay Z musical conglomerate organization stating that they wanted to meet with me over this matter of abortion,” he explained.
“I came to the meeting. The meeting was at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York City…In that meeting there were a large number of people…Of course, Jay Z and Beyonce, the vice president of sales and marketing for McDonald’s Corporation, the vice president and publisher of Essence Magazine, Julian Bond was there, Al Sharpton, Charles Rangel, the president of sales and marketing for Nike, General Motors, several people were there…”
“They began to explain to me these facts: #1. Jay Z began to point out that ten years ago, when he would produce a record, that the record would become immediately popular and they would have a tour afterwards just to celebrate the success of that record. But today, they produce and then they have to go out on the road and spend fifty weeks a year promoting on the road any production of music that they put out there…What they pointed out was this fact and all of them that were there pointed out this fact. That, the population to which they’d distribute their music is dying. And their market share is dying.”
Manning wet on, “Ten years ago, there were several million more young people, purchasing their music boosting their economic base and their power. But now they see themselves losing their market share – losing customers – because of one unmitigated fact in America with Black people and Black people in particular. That is, there’s not as many births of young people to come along and be customers…And this was the chorus of everything and every person that spoke…They are concerned that because of these death camps- because of these abortion clinics…that the population isn’t growing…They all recognize that Black people are dying out as a population…They’re concern is this – if abortion continues at the rate it continues – you’re going to see a large number of very prominent people and prominent businesses go out of business because they’ll have no customers to market to.”
Pastor Manning concluded by admitting that, “My invitation to the Four Seasons Hotel is a parable. I just told you a parable. But in their secret board rooms that’s what they’re talking about – they just don’t invite me to come to hear it. But, it’s the truth.”