Planned Parenthood’s reason to hope e-mail uses Black faces to push abortion

Good reasons to hope cecile richards PP

On the heels of publishing a blog entitled, Blacks matter to Planned Parenthood if they push abortion, comes Planned Parenthood’s end of the year plea for donations using guess who ? Blacks !!

Abortion giant Planned Parenthood, founded in racist eugenics by a Klan speaker, recently received a lot of criticism after pretending to care about the Michael Brown verdict in Ferguson and tweeting Black Lives Matter.

Calling it a “reason to hope”, Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, has sent out a fundraising e-mail and appears to be convinced you will donate to the abortion giant because Blacks “support them” really?

PP Uses Blacks Dec 2014

The Planned Parenthood president, writes, “I’ve been at Planned Parenthood for eight years now. And I’ve been an activist my whole life. So when I say that the constant attacks and disturbing news for women, for rights, for whole communities over the last few weeks — and months, and years, really — are utterly devastating, that’s saying a lot.

And yet…and yet…despite the terrible news, it might surprise you to know that I’ve never been more hopeful. Stick with me here — I’ve got darn good reasons.”

What Richards does next is pathetic:

Cecile ARichards and Black men 2014

She writes, “You could say that it all comes down to these two (very tall) young men, Eladio and Robert. I met them in North Carolina, where they were canvassing. They drove an hour and a half to Raleigh each way, each day to knock on doors and talk about health care access and reproductive rights. Why? Because, they told me, it’s not enough to complain about what’s wrong. Planned Parenthood Federation of America gives them a chance to DO something about it.”

Then Cecile Richards brags about a new mega center abortion clinic in Dallas and uses this image of Blacks to promote it as a good things.

Planned Parenthood concrete wall dallas tx abortion eugenics

The giant abortion clinic located in the center of a minority community recently built a giant wall to keep out the pleas of Black protesters who regularly demonstrate outside, something Richards conveniently left out when she writes, “Oh — and then there’s Texas. My home state has dealt just about the rawest deal to women I can imagine. You know — you’ve been with us through the few ups and many, many downs. But get this: Today we will cut the ribbon on a brand new health center in Dallas, TX. Because you cannot keep this organization, this movement, this family down.”

Richards then includes this picture of her posing with several Blacks who approve of their gigantic Dallas abortion clinic:

PP Dallas Dec 2014

She then explains why this center is a beacon of hope:, “Hope? Damn straight. They can try to limit access to affordable birth control and safe and legal abortion. They can push for dangerous laws that will roll back our rights. They can try to shut down Planned Parenthood health centers for good. All of these threats are all too real, and daunting indeed. They’re what we’re facing in 2015. We know this: Opponents of women’s health will try, again and again and again to keep women from getting the care they need. But here’s what else I know: Across the country, we’ve kept our doors open, no matter what, every day for more than 90 years and nothing, nothing, can stop us.”

Planned Parenthood is the top abortion provider in the nation, in fact, according to a recent report, they performed one-third of all abortions in the nation.

Founded in racist eugenics, Planned Parenthood strategically places their locations in Black communities and as a result, the majority of abortions are performed on Black women, this has been the trend for many many years.

In addition, despite these nice pictures of Blacks joining with Planned Parenthood, it is my opinion that Planned Parenthood often portrays Blacks in a negative way in order to convince them to use their services ( See here and here for a few examples.) They are using Black faces to push abortion- plain and simple because Planned Parenthood is about eugenics and no matter what face they put to the front, they cannot hide their true agenda.

2 Responses to “Planned Parenthood’s reason to hope e-mail uses Black faces to push abortion”

  1. Kristine Vollmer Says:

    Watched maafa21 again. This may be the right time to show in theaters? Maybe shorten it a bit? Strike while iron is hot. Controversial and might keep h Clinton from getting the black vote.

    Sent from my iPhone


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