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Black Church Leaders from COGIC pray outside Planned Parenthood

Posted in Black Abortion Stats, Black Adoption, Black Babies, Black Church, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black leaders on abortion, Black Neighborhood, Black Pastor, Black pro-life leaders, Black Women, Blacks protest abortionn with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 28, 2017 by saynsumthn

Bishops and pastors gather at Missouri Planned Parenthood to condemn Black genocide

On November 11, 2017, a large group of Church of God in Christ (COGIC) bishops and pastors gathered outside Planned Parenthood of St. Louis to pray and decry Black genocide in their community as part of the COGIC’s Family Life Campaign, a partnership with Human Coalition. Catherine Davis, founder of the Restoration Project, called the event “historic,” adding, “Many who were out there were bishops. The significance of this was remarkable because of the level of influence each bishop and pastor has within the church and their various communities.”

Catherine Davis

Davis told Live Action News that the pastors and ministry leaders participating in the prayer vigil were attending the COGIC’s annual convocation in St Louis. Although many Black pastors have stood outside Planned Parenthood and abortion facilities around the nation, Davis said she was unaware of a group of clerical leaders of this size participating at one time.

The St. Louis facility commits abortions up to almost 22 weeks and is known for its high number of 911 calls; it has sent at least 65 women to hospital emergency rooms since 2009.

“This location is located between two colleges, where they are targeting Black women,” Davis said in her live Facebook video. “We will not allow Planned Parenthood to target our women and we are taking a stand.”

The attendees from across the nation recognized how abortion was decimating the Black community, Davis said, and the group wanted women entering Planned Parenthood to know that help was available through the COGIC.

Black women pray outside Planned Parenthood

“We’re out here… to encourage women who come here for abortions to chose life instead of death for their unborn babies,” one of the attendees stated.

Another said the group was “prayerfully and peacefully serving women and encouraging them to make a healthy choice for themselves and their children.”

“Not only does abortion affect the woman but it affects everyone around her,” said another member, “And so we just want to make it clear that we stand against abortion today. And, we’re going to continue to be a part of the movement within our lives, within our church, and the community. ”

Others noted that they chose to participate to “pray against genocide” and “pray against population control” and against what Planned Parenthood is doing in the Black community by “aborting our babies.”

Black Bishops denounce Planned Parenthood

 

Bishop Vincent Matthews, president of the International Missions Department for COGIC, estimated the crowd at approximately 150 and described Planned Parenthood as a “lynching spot in St. Louis” where, “they lynch people, mainly Black folks but all kinds of people. Black people, white people, Latinos, Asians….”

Bishop Vincent Matthews prays outside Planned Parenthood

“This is the same city [St. Louis] that Dred Scott came to, to be free and they told him ‘go back and be a slave….’ — that he was not a real person. And they want us to go back to being slaves,” Matthews said.

Bishop Mathews regularly encourages members to adopt children from the foster care system as well as babies in danger of being aborted. “It’s about going home, rolling up your sleeves, and taking care of a child,” he noted.

According to Davis, Bishop Matthews also told the crowd that the “Church of God in Christ will not be a Negro Project denomination.” Matthews was referring to eugenicist Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger’s “Negro Project,” pushing birth control on the Black community.

In a letter that Sanger penned to her financier Clarence Gamble, the Planned Parenthood founder schemed to use Black ministers to introduce their congregants to the “Negro Project” agenda because, she said, “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population,” and if it did, these ministers could “straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

Pastor Dean Nelson, National Outreach Director at Human Coalition, attended the prayer vigil. Human Coalition has partneredwith the COGIC’s Family Life Campaign to “advance their common mission of making abortion unthinkable and unavailable in America.” Nelson called the Church of God in Christ “one of the most Christ centered, socially conscience Black denominations in the country,” and explained to rally participants how abortion disproportionately impacts the Black community. He also pointed out that in New York, where Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger opened her first facility, more Black babies are aborted than are born.

Dean Nelson of Human Coalition prays outside Planned Parenthood

“And, her [Margaret Sanger’s] words to Clarence Gamble, head of Proctor and Gamble at the time, was ‘we don’t want word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population. And she used ministers in her diabolical plot.”

Nelson said the COGIC ministers were taking a stand against this eugenic, racist agenda: “We’re engaging with men and women of God in this country who happen to be African American that are saying we’re standing up and saying ‘NO MORE,’ not on our watch.”

Planned Parenthood and the media usually describe Sanger as a “birth control pioneer,” but she also met with members of the Klan, advocated eugenics, and supported the use of sterilization to rid the planet of the “unfit” (which, in her mind, heavily included minority populations). Sanger wrote of her meeting with the Klan in her autobiography:

I accepted an invitation to talk to the women’s branch of the Ku Klux Klan…. I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses…. I was escorted to the platform, was introduced, and began to speak…. In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered.

But Planned Parenthood‘s ties to eugenics go well beyond their founder Margaret Sanger — and its diabolical agenda of targeting the Black community for abortion has had staggering results.

For years, pro-lifers have contended that abortion disproportionately affects the African American community. They point to US Census Bureau data estimates, which show that in 2014, while Blacks made up approximately 13 percent of the US population, CDC figures for 2014 reveal that non-Hispanic Black women accounted for 36 percent of reported abortions for “race/ethnicity.” And, according to abortion numbers reported by Planned Parenthood‘s former “special affiliate,” The Guttmacher Institute (founded by a leader of the American Eugenics Society), 28 percent of abortions reported to them in 2014 were committed on Black women.

A recent survey published by Guttmacher (which is funded in part by taxpayers) revealed that Black women had a higher rate of prior abortions, because the availability of taxpayer-funded abortions were a contributing factor for women who had at least one prior abortion.

Guttmacher Prior Abortion Survey

 

The report found that Black women had a higher rate of prior abortions: “Slightly more than half of Black abortion patients had a prior abortion (54%), higher than any other racial and ethnic group.”

Members of the COGIC denounced the genocidal effects of abortion, holding signs that read, “COGIC DENOUNCES BLACK GENOCIDE…. ABORTION IS THE #1 KILLER OF AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE NATION.”

COGIC calls abortion Black Genocide as Black ministers pray outside Planned Parenthood

Bishop Vincent Matthews and COGIC prays outside Planned Parenthood

COGIC Bishops pray outside Planned Parenthood

Blacks protest Planned Parenthood

Black ministers from Church of God in Christ oppose Planned Parenthood

Bishop Patrick Wooden also spoke in a Live Facebook feed while outside Planned Parenthood, announcing, “We are here to say that all lives matter, especially the lives of the unborn.”

Bishop Patrick Wooden COGIC pray outside Planned Parenthood

“We’re here to say that they matter…We are here and we are going to fight.”

As the members walked the sidewalk in front of the abortion facility you could hear them lovingly crying out to offer the women going to Planned Parenthood assistance. You could also hear them crying out to Jesus and praying that He would end the genocide. Many in the group also prayed for the doctors and nurses that worked inside the Planned Parenthood facility.

“We had to be here… we’ve joined the fight,” said Pastor Michael Gantz from Las Vegas. “We feel very moved to stand up against this genocide…. We can’t just talk about it – we’ve got to be about it.”

Bishop Matthews added, “We want women who come here to know we don’t condemn you…. If you don’t have options, we will adopt your baby…. just don’t have an abortion.”

  • This article is reprinted with permission. The original appeared here  at Live Action News.

Family to murdering racist Dylann Root – “I forgive you” – “hate won’t win”

Posted in Black Church, Black Pastor, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 19, 2015 by saynsumthn

Just watch this – and don’t let HATE WIN!

Love trumps hate

How can Planned Parenthood stand in the midst of mega churches?

Posted in Black Church, Black Conservative, Black Lives Matter with tags , , , , , , , on January 30, 2015 by saynsumthn

Black Pastor on: Abortion, Adoption, Black Genocide and Perceived Racism

Posted in Adoption, Black Babies, Black Church, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Lives Matter, Black Pastor with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 8, 2014 by saynsumthn

Voddie BauchamVoddie Baucham is a husband, father, pastor, author, professor, conference speaker and church planter. He serves as Pastor of Preaching at Grace Family Baptist Church in Spring, TX.

In a video posted online, Pastor Baucham was asked how he was advocating for progress within the Black community. He responded by talking about his commitment to expose abortion and black genocide calling it the number one killer of Black people and accusing Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger of wanting to rid the world of black children and using black people to to so.

Me personally,” he answered, “over the last couple of decades, one of the things people have gotten tired of me talking about is abortion and Black genocide. The number one killer of Black people, by far, since 1973, has been abortion. It has killed more Black people than all the other causes of death combined,” he stated.

My wife and I got so involved in this issue and in the pro-life movement over the fact that Black women make up 12% of the population but have 36% of the abortions. Margaret Sanger’s Negro project, you know Malthusian eugenics and the desire to eliminate the unwanted races and especially Black people, that being carried on even today.

As a result of his outspoken advocacy for children targeted for abortion Pastor Baucham is also outspoken on fatherlessness in the Black family as well as an advocate for adoption calling it “The Gospel”. He goes on to say that abortion and the targeting of Black babies for abortion became so real that he and his wife adopted 7 Black children. Today, the couple speaks out about the need for Black families to adopt children, “It’s adoption – that’s the Gospel…And Black families don’t adopt. And so, there are black children sitting there waiting for families to adopt them. And then Black people have the audacity to get mad at white people for adopting the Black children that they won’t.”

Pastor Baucham says he is passionate about abortion pointing out that the Black community can talk all day long about their perceived racism, but abortion through Roe v. Wade is, in fact tangible racism happening now, ” “This issue of Black genocide from abortion, I will not stop talking about this issue. You know, we can talk about perceived racism all day long. You know, we can talk about the things that we feel are unjust all day long. But Roe vs. Wade is a law ! It’s got a name, it’s got a face. I know where it is. I can go right to it.”

“My perception about what people feel about me. My perception about inequality – that doesn’t have a face. What is that? How do you deal with a perception? I’m talking about something that’s real. Something that’s a fact! And so, for me, that’s something that I’m passionate about. That’s something that I ache over and that’s something we’re doing to ourselves.” he said passionately.

Black cop records Ferguson message calls for prayer, forgiveness and trust in God

Posted in Black Babies, Black Church, Black Conservative, Black Neighborhood, Black Victims with tags , , , , , , , , on December 3, 2014 by saynsumthn

Officer King B Woodard recorded a message against racism and looting in Ferguson from inside his patrol car and the video has gone viral on Facebook.

he says firth thing you should do is PRAY. Calls for trust in God and forgiveness as well as peace !!

Says Martin Luther King was rolling over in his grave seeing the riots in Ferguson. Asks the public to continue to pray for Michael Brown’s family and to pray for peace and for each other.

Black pastor: secret board rooms of American corporations know abortion kills future customers

Posted in Black Babies, Black Church, Black Conservative, Black Pastor with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on October 27, 2014 by saynsumthn

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.

David Manning

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.

JZ Beyounce

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.

JZ

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.

Abortion Barbie Wendy Davis Meets Kelli Douglas from The Voice

Posted in Black Church, Black Neighborhood, Black Pastor, Black Women, Church pro-abortion, Wendy Davis with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on October 16, 2014 by saynsumthn

Kelli Douglas

Texas Gubernatorial candidate nick-named “Abortion Barbie” for her filibuster of a law that would prohibit late term abortions met African American Dallas Super Stars at an event this week.

Wendy Davis The Voice Kelli Douglas

On Wendy Davis’ facebook page she writes, “Today Thank you to Matrice and Amb. Ron Kirk, Emmitt and Pat Smith, Rep. Helen Giddings, and Tonya Veasey for hosting a wonderful event last night! Wendy had a great time seeing dear friends Congressman Marc Veasey and Sen. Royce West and also meeting Kelli Douglas of The Voice—a rising Dallas star!”

Attending this event with Wendy Davis was The Voice star, Kelli Douglas.

WENDY dAVIS kELLI dOUGLAS tWITTER

Although, this blogger is uncertain what Kelli Douglas’ reasons were for attending this event, I doubt that Kelli Douglas was trying to make a political statement right in the middle of her climb to fame on the NBC show, however, it is important that she understand who Wendy Davis is and what she stands for.

Does Kelli Douglas, an African American women, know that Wendy Davis was launched into the political scene for her support of abortion on demand with the help of Planned Parenthood an organization founded in racist eugenics ( watch the film Maafa21)? The abortion giant has crisscrossed Texas to speak out for Davis and her views supporting abortion.

Wendy Davis Emmitt Smith

In addition to Kelli Douglas, Emmitt and Pat Smith were also at the event with the Abortion Senator.

Pat Smith is the wife of pro football Hall-of-Famer and former Dallas Cowboy Emmitt Smith.

Pat Smith is also Founder and CEO of Treasure You which appears to have hosted the event!

According to their mission, “Treasure You” is a nonprofit organization founded by Pat Smith, dedicated to supporting women in financial, emotional or spiritual needs. Funds raised for the organization go directly to women to pay emergency expenses, educational needs, and weekend retreat participation”.

It is unclear what type of event this was. If it was a fundraiser for Wendy Davis or just an event she attended.

It would be sad to find out that Emmitt and Pat Smith supported a candidate that is so heavily connected to the abortion lobby and its agenda.

Pat Smith recently gave a stunning testimony of her her pregnancy brought her back to the Lord:

As Tyler Paper reports, Somewhere along the way though, Mrs. Smith lost focus. She got carried away with her own plans and stopped seeking God, she said. It was then the Lord stopped her in her tracks when became unexpectedly pregnant with her and Smith’s third child and was placed on bed rest at 16 weeks.

During that time, she struggled with sadness and depression. She had been so convinced of the path her life should take, and the pregnancy seemed like an interruption. But she realized she was wrong.

“This is not my life,” she said of her words to God at the time. “This is not my dreams. This is about You. So whatever it is You want (me) to be, I am available. I totally submit to You.”

Mrs. Smith said she came out of the pregnancy a new person in Christ and surrendered to His purposes in her life.

Their son was born healthy and today is 4 years old and the joy of the family, she said.

Wendy Davis Pat Smit Overcomers awards Jan 2014

In January of 2014, sadly Treasure You presented Wendy Davis with an “Overcomer” award.

On their website they state, “Smith has partnered with agencies to support women in every need and sponsors to further the cause. This Treasure You Experience will feature many stories of second chances that will inspire and motivate. National honorees will include:

Wendy Davis – Texas gubernatorial candidate who began working at the age of 14 to support her family, and as teenage mother, became the first in her family to attend college, eventually graduating from Harvard Law School.”

At that the January 2014 event, “Celebrating Second Chances with Overcomers: A Treasure You Experience” hosted by Pat Smith featuring Robin Roberts, Wendy Davis received Pat Smith’s “Overcomer Award.”

Wendy Davis Pat Smit Overcomers awards Jan 2014 2

You can watch at approx: 50:00 in the video:

Pat Smith goes on to ask Wendy Davis about her abortion filibuster with The Potter’s House’s Bishop T.D. Jakes sitting on the front row and later standing when she came on stage, “Were you wearing depends, really? When you did that filibuster…really, how did you do that?”

Wendy Davis Pat Smit Overcomers awards Jan 2014 3

Asked where Wendy Davis got her strength the abortion promoting Senator responded, “When I was a teenager and going through some difficult times, I remember my mom praying and telling me that she had put me in God’s hands.

Wendy Davis supports abortion on demand for any reason. It baffles me how anyone, especially those who claim to be Christians can support her.

Following an intervention by the Supreme Court halting full implementation of HB2, the Texas abortion law which thrust Wendy Davis into fame, until the court can hear an appeal, Davis reiterated her support for abortion on demand, with this statement, “The court recognized that these deeply personal decisions should be made by a woman with the guidance of her family and her doctor. The actions by Austin politicians like Greg Abbott had closed all but eight Texas reproductive health centers and harmed the health and safety of hundreds of thousands of women throughout the state.

While politicians like Greg Abbott support making abortion illegal even in cases of rape and incest, I’m thankful that women can continue to make their own personal decisions.

Wendy Davis ignores the fact that abortion is being used to cover-child rape. A new report by Life Dynamics entitled, The Cover-Up of Child Sexual Abuse, has uncovered criminal cases where abortion clinics failed to report the rapes of minor girls returning them into the hands of their abusers. Read more on that here.

Abortion is also the number one killer of the African American community and Planned Parenthood, which places their killing centers in Black neighborhoods in the largest provider of abortions in the nation.

According to the most recent stats, 64 percent of babies aborted in Texas were minority children.

24.9% of babies aborted in Texas were Black.

38.7% of babies aborted in Texas were Hispanic.

TEXAS 2010 Abortion Stats REAL 2010

The stats, published by the CDC , reveals that nationally a majority of Black or Hispanic babies were aborted as well:

Abortion Eugenics Racism

• 73.3% of babies aborted in Mississippi were Black or Hispanic

• 73.2 % of babies #aborted in Georgia were Black or Hispanic

• 64.8% of babies aborted in DC were Black or Hispanic

• 61.4% of babies aborted in Alabama were Black or Hispanic

• 55.9% of babies aborted in New Jersey were Black or Hispanic

• 55.6% of babies aborted in Virginia were Black or Hispanic

• 54.1% of babies aborted in Tennessee were Black or Hispanic

• 54.3% of babies aborted in Delaware were Black or Hispanic

• 45.7 % of babies aborted in South Carolina were Black or Hispanic

• 43.5% of babies aborted in Missouri were Black or Hispanic

• 42.6% of babies aborted in Ohio were Black or Hispanic

• 41.6% of babies aborted in Arkansas were Black or Hispanic

The root of abortion and Planned Parenthood is eugenics and racism.

Sadly, despite the fact that African Americans are the target of abortion many are helping those who promote it, like Wendy Davis.

I would suggest that Kelli Douglas, Pat and Emmitt Smith along with Potter’s House pastor, Bishop T.D. Jakes sit down and watch a documentary which details this called, Maafa21.

It can be viewed online here http://www.maafa21.com.

My hope is that Pat and Emmitt Smith as well as Kelli Douglas will educate themselves on how abortion is devastating the African American community and pull any support they may have lended, knowingly or unknowingly from those who promote, fund, or vote for it.