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Millennials Want Planned Parenthood Defunded b/c #BlackLivesMatter

Posted in Black Conservative, Black Deaths, Black Lives Matter, Black Neighborhood, Black Students, Black Women, Black Youth with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 31, 2015 by saynsumthn

A message from CounterCulturedUS

Eric Gardner’s life matters.
Sandra Bland’s life mattered!
The 1867 black babies we abort everyday in the United States lives matter.
If Black lives truly mattered – defund Planned Parenthood!

Black Lives Matter defund Planned Parenthood

My birth mother could not take care of me
because she lived a life that was consumed with drugs and alcohol.
And could not produce and environment that would be healthy to raise a child.
She could have easily aborted me.
Instead, she chose life, she chose adoption.
And I was raised by two loving parents.

Adoption choice Planned Parenthood black lives

Planned Parenthood tells African American Communities
that it is acceptable to abort their baby instead of presenting adoption as a choice.
They do not believe that Black Lives Matter
I call upon the defunding of Planned Parenthood.

Learn more about how Planned Parenthood was founded in racist eugenics and targets the Black community with abortion.

Watch the film- Maafa21.

Black teen blasts Hillary for taking $$ from countries with real war on women

Posted in Black Youth, Hillary clinton, War on Women with tags , , , , , , , , on April 13, 2015 by saynsumthn

CJ Pearson whose videos have been making national news blasts a Hillary Clinton presidential ruin, “I want liberty, not Hillary,” he says.

“You’ve done nothing at all…”

I want a commander in chief not a narcissist in chief.

He then criticizes Hillary for the donations she gets from Muslim nations that treat women like “a price of crap”

US Racial Killings – News Analysis- mentions Maafa21 and Planned Parenthood’s targeting of blacks for abortions

Posted in Black Conservative, Black Deaths, Black Genocide, Black Neighborhood, Black Panthers, Black Pastor, Black Population Demographics, Black Victims, Black Women, Black Youth with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 9, 2012 by saynsumthn

The latest cases of racially motivated shootings of black citizens in the US have stirred controversy inside the country as to whether racial hatred is on the rise against the people of color.

Press TV has talked with Dr. Randy Short, member of Dignity and Human Rights and Peace Organization in Washington D. C. to further discuss the issue of persisting and growing racism in the United States.

The program also provides opinions of two additional guests, Lin Dinh, a political analyst in Philadelphia, and Darcus Howe, activist writer and broadcaster in London.

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Dr. Randy Short: Well, African Americans are targeted. You cannot afford legal representation so if charges are brought against you, the whole legal system is a fraud; people are encouraged to plead.

So the whole thing is just now is cop a plea. If you get arrested you can’t afford a lawyer, so if you go up against them, they will give you more time so it makes more sense to say, yes I did it. So you get a year instead of twenty years.

So in reality we have a system that seeks out to imprison us. The war on drugs… that was just created right around the end of the Civil Rights movements to erode the progress that blacks made by flooding drugs into the country and then passing stringent laws against drugs that target blacks.

In addition to that if you do not have legal defense, even if you are innocent of these things, you go to jail.

On top of that, the fastest growing industries in this country, including companies like Microsoft are related to black prisoners making products for multinational fortune 500 companies.

So it is really, new slavery. This so-called country that promotes freedom and democracy abroad, with a multiracial president is experiencing booms in slavery, where people are incarcerated. And this is deliberate as well as removing black men from the work force. It is a way to disturb our entrance into the work force so more whites and others can work as well as the fact that there has been an issue where people want to destroy us as a population.

There is a film called ‘Maafa 21‘ that you can look. It’s called The Black Holocaust on You Tube. People should look it up. There is a systematic effort to destroy the black family and to destroy our community and they are aware of it and we need to be honest about it.

So if you remove these men from their homes and from their communities, then the communities suffer, so they are making a vicious cycle in which people cannot escape calling us the criminals, while violating every international standard of human rights.

Black Genocide

Posted in Black Abortion Stats, Black Babies, Black Church, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Pastor, Black Victims, Black Youth, Blood Money with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2012 by saynsumthn

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J. Cole Tackles Abortion Issue in Emotional ‘Lost Ones’ Video

Posted in Black Abortion Stats, Black Babies, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Women, Black Youth with tags , , , , , , , , on October 27, 2011 by saynsumthn

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J. Cole’s ‘Lost Ones’ Video About Abortion Lauded for Its ‘Truthfulness’
By Nicola Menzie | Christian Post Reporter

The Internet was abuzz Wednesday morning after rapper J. Cole announced the world premiere of the new video for his hit song “Lost Ones,” which tells the story of a young, unmarried couple dealing with an unplanned pregnancy.

The video, which debuted around midnight, was filmed in 2008 on the budget of $1, according to Cole. So far, “Lost Ones” has proven a hit with fans online, who praise the rapper for a no-frills, real-life approach to an issue many young people find themselves dealing with in life.

“Lost Ones” is said to be one of Cole’s favorites songs from his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story, which was released in September. Cole, 24, is from North Carolina and was reportedly the first artist signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Label.


A still from J. Cole’s “Lost Ones” music video as featured on his official website is shown.

In the song, which features language some might find offensive, a young man, played by J. Cole, shares his feelings with a young woman about being unequipped to care for a baby, and that perhaps she should consider an abortion.

The second verse features the young woman’s response, in which she criticizes the young man for sweet-talking her into sex, vows to keep the child and take care of it, with or without the young man’s help. The young woman also reveals that the guy is the victim of an absent father himself and had promised that he would never abandon his own children.

The final verse features Cole rapping about the common perspectives guys who hear that they are suddenly going to be a father might have. On one hand, Cole raps, some women are known for using pregnancies to “trap” men, so perhaps a guy should be suspicious. In the end, though, Cole asks men to think about one thing: the “seed” inside the woman’s womb.
The video has been so popular with fans online that “Lost Ones” was listed in Twitter’s Trend list of the 10-most discussed topics on the social networking website.

A Twitter user with the handle “PreciousJule” described the video as simply “too deep.”

Others on Twitter called the video “powerful,” “honest” and “beautiful.”

Some users on Twitter took the opportunity to offer commentary on the whole issue of parenting and caring for children.

School Councils UK, a charitable organization that provides training for educators and students with the expressed aim of getting children more involved, tweeted: “The true ‘Lost Ones’ are the little ones who don’t have parents worthy of the name and no-one to look out for them.”

One user took it a step further, offering pregnancy statistics.

Kayla tweeted, “The black teens pregnancy rate went up 33%… the college rates went down in a year. Praying for the young lost ones…”

J. Cole published the video on his official website along with the song’s lyrics, which some say are powerful enough without the visuals provided by the music video. Both are accessible on J. Cole’s website.

Cole, who started writing rhymes at 15, graduated Magna Cum Laude with distinction from St. John’s University. His biography says his approach to creating songs is founded on “a love for powerful storytelling.”


Created Equal? African American young people speak out against abortion

Posted in Abortion, Black Conservative, Black Students, Black Youth with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 1, 2011 by saynsumthn

Created Equal conducted a presentation of abortion on the public street, they quizzed several people about their views, all answered in the affirmative that abortion kills a person !

We are a movement, not just a cause.

In a PBS interview, white civil rights activist James Zwerg said:

“To me it was a movement . . . I sensed a power far greater than any one individual member. Since then I understand that the term is synergism, that the power of many is far greater than any individual.”

James Zwerg understood that fighting for civil rights for African Americans was far more than a cause. It was a movement.

The civil rights effort was a movement because it rallied people together who were willing to be persecuted for the cause of ending racial injustice. What separated the civil rights movement from many other causes was the fact that activists were willing to live radical lives to expose injustice.

What makes Created Equal a movement is that we are an organized, mobilized generation choosing to live differently to protect the weak and defenseless by drawing strength and inspiration from one another.

We draw upon the lessons of the past in order to protect babies and parents from abortion. The following short comparison between the civil rights movement and the struggle for equal rights for preborn children helps explain our rationale:

* The civil rights effort was a movement of people willing to be persecuted for the cause of racial justice—Created Equal is made up of 21st century defenders willing to pay a price to speak the truth.
* Civil rights leaders used disturbing images to dramatize the injustice of race-based discrimination—Created Equal uses prenatal and abortion pictures to make our case that abortion is age-based discrimination. Like a laser, we focus on the victim.
* Some civil rights activists, like James Zwerg, defended the rights of others—Created Equal is willing to defend the rights of people we will never even meet.
* The civil rights movement had the mainstream media on its side—Created Equal has designed its own media to leap frog pro-abortion gatekeepers.
* Civil rights “freedom riders” went from town to town all across America to make their case—Created Equal “justice riders,” also, aren’t waiting for people to come to us. We go to them.

Admittedly, the above comparison is incomplete, but we hope you get the point. As students of history, we can’t ignore these important lessons if we are going to protect preborn children.

Simply calling the pro-life movement a movement doesn’t necessarily qualify it as such. Many current pro-life efforts lack the makings of an authentic social movement because of a general unwillingness to tactically come together and sacrifice for the cause of defending babies.

Created Equal is more than a cause. We are inspiring the next generation of leaders to become 21st century defenders. There’s a place for everyone in this movement. Please join us.

A person is a person…..

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