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NAACP asked if evil done to Blacks (Confederate Flag) or by Black leaders (thru Abortion Ailence) is worsePosted in Black Conservative, Black Pastor, Clenard Childress, NAACP with tags Abortion, abortion protest, Black Leaders, Confederate Flag, Dr. Clenard Childress, Eugenics, LEARN, NAACP, Planned Parenthood, Racism on July 20, 2015 by saynsumthn
REPUBLISHED FROM LIFE DYNAMICS BLOG
Black leaders protested outside the NAACP conference in Philadelphia decrying the group’s refusal to speak out against abortion which kills a majority of Blacks.
Rev. Clenard Childress, Jr. director of the largest Black pro-life organization the country, LEARN, told Life Dynamics that his “All Black Life” project visited the NAACP convention for days with a team of African Americans holding signs relating to Black Genocide.
He said that the group’s basic message at the NAACP event was that, “ALL Black Life Matters.”
“It is a gross injustice of the NAACP board and members to ignore the genocide of the African American community and the health ramifications that are resulting from abortions upon African American women,” he said.
Childress also spoke to OneNewsNow from the convention calling the NAACP hypocritical for not speaking out against Black Genocide form abortion.
“Right now I think the African-American community is quite hypocritical and short-sighted when it comes to being in an uproar about the Confederate flag and totally ignore the 1,786 African-American children who are killed each day in the womb,” he told the media outlet.
A controversial sign that Rev. Chilidress and his group showed to the 3,000- 5,000 attendees the 106th Annual NAACP Convention, was the image of a Confederate Flag alongside a dead aborted child.
Under the flag were the words: “Evil done to us?”
The words under the aborted baby were: “Evil done by us?”
“The imagery was powerful,” wrote one columnist who spoke to Childress after the event.
Rev. Childress said that the sign hit home and most of the delegates the group talked to, “were connecting the dots and the conversations were extremely fruitful.”
“They stared at the signs for a while and walked off shaking their head but saying , that’s right, that’s right, its wrong,” he stated.
“This connects the dots better than the others,” he pointed out.
In addition to the Confederate sign, another sign held by the Black pro-life group read: Abortion Suppresses the Black Vote.
Others addressed the recent killings of Black men by police showing the barbaric way Black babies are butchered inside the womb by abortion doctors.
“A person believed we were from the NAACP,” Rev. Childress reported.
“He walked up to us and said, ” well brother you voted for this didn’t you? When you voted for Obama you voted for abortion,” he added.
“The most popular sign was the confederate sign, everyone stopped to talk and look at the comparison,” Childress stated.
“One person was so frustrated that he had no retort to the sign he said well you might as well put the American flag up there also cause its happening not under the confederate flag but the American flag.Yes, I said, but this flag stands for liberty and justice for all… We refuse to apply it to everyone..,” he said.
Childress said that in addition to holding the signs, they handed NAACP members hundreds of copies the documentary film, Maafa21.
The film, which features the Black leader, details the eugenics agenda of abortion by diving back into the history of Planned Parenthood and their racist founder, Margaret Sanger.
In addition to Maafa21, Life Dynamics has published a brochure challenging the NAACP’s silence in the abortion related death of a Black women.
Life Dynamics contents that 24-year-old Tonya Reaves was murdered after Planned Parenthood doctors left her bleeding inside their Chicago abortion facility in July of 2009.
“When the leadership of the NAACP decided to look the other way at the killing of Tonya Reaves, they totally shredded whatever credibility they had left,” the Life Dynamics brochure reads.
All together Rev. Childress said their group handed out over 6,500 pieces of material exposing abortion and Black Genocide over the three days.
Rev. Childress sent Life Dynamics a few of the reactions he received from various NAACP members:
I am going to bring this display to my city.
You have opened my mind to the facts we will have to talk more once I get back home.
I never looked at abortion this way before, I am from Detroit and all people ever say is that there are too many Black babies. Children having children but a heart is beating at 18 days?
( weeping) I am a minister and it happened a long time ago< I never resolved this in my heart till today, I feel free, thank you for praying and speaking with me
Are those statistic accurate, that cant be true.
“When we begin to really look at the facts, we’ll recognize that our leadership is more about their own power and their own political progress than they are the plight of African-Americans,” Childress said.
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Black leaders say they are outraged to discover that former Klan speaker, Margaret Sanger, has been selected as one of the candidates to replace Andrew Jackson on the twenty dollar bill.
Woman on 20’s founder, Barbara Ortiz Howard who hatched the campaign to replace Andrew Jackson with an “American women hero,” is seeking the help of President Obama, an avid supporter of Planned Parenthood, the group Margaret Sanger founded.
The group’s mission reads:
It’s our mission to generate an overwhelming people’s mandate for a new $20 bill, to be issued in time for the 100th anniversary in 2020 of the Constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote. Think of it as honoring the vote by casting your vote. The process of commissioning, designing and minting a new bill takes years, so now is a good time to act.
It sounds like a noble effort, right?
The website does not list the names, affiliations, or political slant of the select committee however.
The group chose the $20.00 bill because the year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment that granted women the right to vote.
According to the US Treasury Department, currency portraits are selected by the Secretary of the Treasury and unless specified by an Act of Congress, the Secretary generally has the final approval. This is done with the advice of Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) officials.
“The law prohibits portraits of living persons from appearing on Government Securities. Therefore, the portraits on US currency notes are of deceased persons whose places in history the American people know well,” the official government website states.
The current Secretary of the Treasury is Jacob Jack Lew who previously served as Obama’s White House Chief of Staff.
Lew has also served as special Assistant to President Clinton from 1993 to 1994.
The Clinton as well as the Obama administrations promote radical pro-abortion legislation and both supported Planned Parenthood.
In fact, President Obama once ended a speech to the abortion giant by stating, “Thank you Planned Parenthood, God bless you.”
Margaret Sanger was an avowed racist and, in her autobiography, which Life Dynamics has on file, the Planned Parenthood founder even discussed a speech she gave at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Silver Lake New Jersey.
She bragged about the fact that, afterward, she was invited by 12 other Klan chapters to speak at their events.
Sanger even wrote that she found the Klan to be an interesting group.
In their film, Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America, Life Dynamics has documented some of Margaret Sanger’s so-called accomplishments:
In 1927, Margaret Sanger organized the World Population Conference in Geneva Switzerland and gave it front page coverage in her Birth Control Review. The events program shows that several of its attendees were colleagues of Sanger’s from the American Eugenics Movement. It also documents that among those who were given a leadership role in the conference was Eugen Fischer, the man who eventually lead the Nazi effort to eradicate blacks from Europe.
In 1932, Margaret Sanger called for the U.S. government to set aside farms and what she called “open spaces” where certain groups of people would be segregated from the rest of society. She proposed that, among others, the illiterate, the unemployed and the poor should be forcibly kept in these areas until they developed “better moral conduct.”
In 1934, Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger, had proposed that the U. S. government implement a system in which women would not have the legal right to have a child without a permit from the government and that these permits would only be good for one baby.
The film points out, that defenders of Margaret Sanger try to distance her from her racist past by saying that she was not a eugenicist and that Planned Parenthood was never part of the eugenics movement. But the truth is that, as late as 1956, the American Eugenics Society listed Sanger as a member of the organization. In addition, many of Sanger’s colleagues and the people whose writings she published, as well as many of Planned Parenthood’s officers, were known to be Members of the American Eugenics Society.
Now, Black leaders are outraged that Margaret Sanger has even been selected as a candidate for US currency and they are speaking out:
Rev. Clenard Childress, president of LEARN Northeast, a national African American organization, sent this comment to Life Dynamics, “This is the most diabolical, racist person of the century why have her on the twenty dollar bill? I think it would be a total disrespect to African Americans and minorities because of her eugenics history.”
Former Miss Delaware, Day Garner was livid, “Margaret Sanger was a despicable woman who believed that the only people worthy of life –be white and perfect,” she said.
“The fact is substantiated by her Negro Project which was specifically designed to infiltrate Black neighborhoods in order to kill off the Black race via sterilization and abortion.”
Gardner became the first black woman to be named a semifinalist in the renowned Miss America Pageant, breaking through numerous racial and stereotypical roadblocks.
Presently, Dr. Gardner is the founder and president of the National Black Pro-Life Union on Capitol Hill.
“Andrew Jackson had a vile view of certain human beings, especially Native Americans,” says Radiance Foundation founder, Ryan Bomberger.
“Liberal activists want to replace someone who advocated “Indian Removal” with someone who advocated the removal of “human weeds”?
“Jackson’s racism was no less repugnant than Margaret Sanger’s thoroughly documented eugenic racism and elitism. Surely there are great American women we can honor who advocated for the elevation, and not the elimination, of other human beings,” Bomberger said.
Bomberger has garnered massive media coverage from CNN, USA Today, Yahoo News, MSNBC, NY Times, LA Times, JET, NPR, BET, ABC World News, Charisma, Christian Post, the AP, and Fox News, for his public views on race related issues.
“The reason some people want Andrew Jackson removed from US currency is because he politically fought on the side of slavery,” Dr Johnny Hunter, national director of LEARN, Inc., said in response.
“Why in the world would they put Margaret Sanger in his place? Sanger was far more more racist and is still killing Blacks from her grave,” Dr. Hunter stated.
Women on 20’s says that they are asking individuals to vote, and “corporations can too — by supporting our mission with your endorsements and dollars.”
One wonders how long before a juicy Planned Parenthood check will be delivered to the group.
“Putting Margaret Sanger on the twenty dollar bill is the personification of BLOOD MONEY, and the real time realization of the fact that America is no longer trusting in God,” said Rev. Walter B. Hoye, founder of Issues for Life, an organization which works with Black American leaders nationwide.
Do you agree?
Leave your thoughts about placing a portrait of Margaret Sanger on the twenty dollar bill below.
This post was originally published at the LIFE DYNAMICS Blog and republished here with permission!!!
A National pro-life group is teaming up with African American leaders to introduced a provocative new pro-life sign display entitled, “All Black Lives Matter.”
The signs, created by The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR), display images of abortion victims with various messages directed to the African American community and ask, “where is the African-American community’s outrage over the hundreds of thousands of preborn black children butchered this year by the brutality of abortion?! Why isn’t the civil rights slogan “Don’t shoot” accompanied by the exhortation “Don’t abort”?
According to the group’s press release, the exhibit was inspired by the tragic series of encounters between black suspects and white police officers in which the suspects lost their lives while being taken into custody.
CBR said that they believes the rule of law requires that police officers who employ excessive force should be prosecuted, convicted and punished appropriately, “A young black man who raises his hands, shouting “Don’t shoot!” has a right to be apprehended unharmed,” they said.
CBR also stated that a young black man restrained in a police choke-hold should never die of asphyxiation after declaring, “I can’t breathe.”
“The evidence is often in dispute, but where proven beyond a reasonable doubt, police brutality is an intolerable outrage — especially if racially motivated. But where is the African-American community’s outrage over the hundreds of thousands of preborn black children butchered this year by the brutality of abortion?! Why isn’t the civil rights slogan “Don’t shoot” accompanied by the exhortation “Don’t abort”? When will African-American religious and political leaders acknowledge that aborted babies can’t breathe either? A police choke-hold can be a form of torture, and abortion also tortures babies to death. As Lila Rose recently established in another of her brilliant Live Action videos, the abortion industry lies to mothers about fetal pain,” their release says.
More from the Press Release:
The British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology reports in a review titled, “Fetal Pain: Implications for Research and Practice” (September 1999), that “… It is possible that the fetus can feel pain from 20 weeks and is caused distress from interventions as early as 15 or 16 weeks” (p 885). Brain structures activated by 16 weeks “… could be associated with unpleasant conscious experience” (p 885). Between 13 and 16 weeks is when “… it is likely that the fetus is aware of anything that is going on in its body …” (p 882). At eight weeks, “The fetus starts to make movements in response to being touched …” (p 882). More than 100,000 babies each year are aborted after 13 weeks (about 10% of the 1.1 million annual total). Approximately 17,000 are killed after 21 weeks (about 1.4% of the total).
A large percentage of these babies are African-American and many are dying slow, agonizing deaths. Those who aren’t torn to pieces suffer excruciating heart attacks after being injected with lethal doses of digoxin or potassium chloride, the same poisons being used to stop the hearts of death row inmates (See Boston.com, “Shots Assist in Aborting Fetuses,” August 10, 2007.)
The Orange County Register, January 24, 2015, published a story headlined “Justices to Review Drug for Execution,” which reported that the U.S. Supreme Court is examining the possibility that these drugs are causing inmates “intense” pain. The Los Angeles Times, on the same day, notes that an African-American inmate named Charles Warner recently exclaimed, “My body is on fire,” after receiving this lethal injection.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is rightly dismayed to report (NAACP LDF Report “Death Row U.S.A.,” Summer 2013) that black inmates comprise 42% of death row prisoners. Why, then, do they strongly support the slaughter of the far greater numbers of African-American preborn children being executed with the same lethal injections?
NAACP leader Julian Bond recently equated abortion rights with racially-related civil rights (“NAACP Leader: Right to Abort is Same as Right to Eat at Lunch Counter,” LifeNews.com, August 6, 2014). The NAACP is so intellectually dishonest concerning black genocide that its board refuses to permit any debate on any proposed resolution related to abortion and won’t even allow the public reading of such proposals.
CBR said they are teaming up with the Rev. Clenard Childress a black minister who is a member of their board and will be holding a press conference in Washington D.C to unveil the new display. Rev. Childress is founder of BlackGenocide.Org. Several other African-American pastors and pro-life activists will also present brief remarks.
“As these abortion photos prove incontestably, abortion is an act of violence which kills a baby, and abortion is teaching an entire generation of young African-Americans to solve its problems by resorting to violence,” they said.
In addition, the group points out that the targeting of the African American community by Planned Parenthood’s “abortion care” has suppressed the black vote more effectively than poll taxes, literacy tests, voter I.D. requirements and Ku Klux Klan lynchings combined.
“Abortion suppresses the Black Vote.”
“These new signs are intended to stop this fratricidal atrocity,” says CBR, “CBR will collaborate with African-American anti-abortion leaders across the country to display them at middle schools, high schools, universities and churches with substantial black enrollment. Our African-American president has betrayed us. It is long past time for us to take matters into our own hands with an unavoidable witness against this great evil,” they said.
Read more here.
“There comes a time when your silence means betrayal, I will not betray the unborn….We will not stand down!” ~ Black prolife leader Clenard Childress (2013)
Well…well…well…our radical pro-abortion communists “friends” ( and I use that term lightly) over at Stop Patriarchy are sure busy little bees this week.
They have made plans to protest pro-life marches in DC and San Francisco and now, they want to protest BLACKS in Oakland, California.
Protesting BLACKS? What? Are they a bunch of racists????
A radical pro-abortion group is calling activists to counter protest the pro-life Stand up for Life Walk in Oakland, California to, as they recently tweeted, stand up “against the vicious lie that #abortion is black genocide!”
Stop Patriarchy, a pro-choice group which recently gained notoriety for their bizarre protests against the Texas pro-life law, HB2 by dousing themselves with mock blood and blocking traffic, has posted this on their Facebook event, “On January 23, four Black Christian fascist preachers have the nerve to hold their “StandingUp4Life” event in Oscar Grant Plaza in Oakland (re-named in the memory of one of the thousands of unarmed Black men who have been killed by the police), rolling out their anti-woman agenda under the guise of saving Black lives. These reactionary preachers spread the lie that abortion is genocide.”
The Oakland pro-life event is being organized by Rev. Walter Hoye.
An page on Hoye’s website about the rally reads, “We walk because abortion in the Black community is a form of genocide, it is the Darfur of America. We walk because abortion in Black America is the civil rights issue of our day. We walk because abortion does violence, both physically and emotionally, to men and women, to their children, and to their families.”
Rev. Hoye spoke with Life Dynamics and said that they have invited half a dozen speakers for their without life nothing matters rally to be held on Friday, January 23rd, at noon at the Oakland City Hall at One Frank H. Ogawa Plaza.
“This is the same city hall that passed the ordinance which put me in jail,” Hoye said.
Hoye is referring to an ordinance the city passed that prohibited him from carrying a sign that said “God loves you and your baby – let us help you”, outside an Oakland abortion clinic.
“It was primarily black women going into the clinic and they would stop and get help,” Hoye explained.
The case was challenged before the Ninth Circuit which agreed with Hoye and in the 3-0 opinion authored by Circuit Judge Marsha S. Berzon, the court stated, “We agree with Hoye that there are grave constitutional problems with the manner in which the City has understood and enforced its Ordinance.”
Hoye has invited several Black pro-life leaders to speak at the Oakland rally including Rev. Clenard Childress and Connie Eller who were interviewed in Life Dynamics’ powerful documentary on abortion and Black genocide, Maafa21.
In addition, Hoye said that Pastor Bruce Rivers who leads Mount Moriah Baptist Church, Pastor Walter Moss who is the pastor of the Foursquare Church in Canton, Ohio, Evangelist Richard Lane who is the only full time Black American Lay Catholic Ministries in the United States of America, and Rev. Hoye will also speak.
Hoye said his message to the crowd is, “If Black lives are going to matter, they have to matter in the womb first. Because if they don’t matter in the womb, they don’t matter anywhere.”
“We will have two Maafa21 DVD stars at the rally,” Hoye told Life Dynamics, and then later at their Conversations for Life dinner, Hoye said Rev. Alveda King and Elaine Riddick also in Maafa21, will be speaking on a panel entitled “reaching communities of color.”
Stop Patriarchy has made plans to protest the March for Life in D.C. as well as the March for Life in San Francisco.
A series of tweets from Stop Patriarchy call Hoye and his speakers, “fascists” and then suggest that radical pro-choicers “confront” the Oakland Black pro-lifers.
We showed the tweets to Rev. Clenard Childress, who responded to Stop Patriarchy’s plans, “It would appear for those of a socialistic persuasion that “Black Life Doesn’t Matter,” he stated.
“When the most dangerous place for an African American to be is still in the womb of their mother, you would think that Black pro-lifers would be applauded for their efforts to bring women better alternatives and save innocent babies in the womb. 1,786 African American Children each day “had their hands up” and were torn to pieces in the womb. The conversation about Black Life must start at conception not only in police confrontations,” Rev. Childress said.
Stop Patriarchy is obviously ignorant of the racist roots of abortion as documented in Maafa21 (view in full here).
Hoye told Life Dynamics that he expects a good turn out at the rally and said that although he is not concerned about any counter protesting by radical abortion advocates, he will be notifying police about their intentions to be there.
For more information about Hoye’s rally click here.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King often referenced his struggle, not only with racist white elitists, but also with self-seeking “colored people” who gained lucratively and prestigiously from being facilitators of diabolical agendas designed to derail the Civil Rights Movement thus maintaining the status quo. Today, African-Americans need look no further than the Congressional Black Caucus as a modern-day mirror of what Martin faced. Drawing the curtain further aside they would see an equal foe in the NAACP.
Let it again be stated, the leading cause of death in the African-American community is abortion, and the leading provider of abortion, is Planned Parenthood. One-thousand-seven-hundred-eighty-six African-American children are killed each day by abortion. The “Unfulfilled Dreams” of 52% of All African-American Pregnancies, end in Abortion. The physiological, sociological, psychological detriment has been devastating! It is worse than any plague inflicted upon people of color in our history. Via abortion, over 20,000,000 million African-Americans citizens have been cut off from the American Dream long before they ever saw their first sunrise. All the sociological data proves Planned Parenthood has deliberately chosen the African-American community to be its preferred clients. The founding mother of Planned Parenthood was the notorious Margaret Sanger, and what was her purpose? To execute her Negro Project whose goal would be to ensure there be far less African-Americans, for as she states,
“Our failure to segregate morons who are increasing and multiplying… demonstrates our foolhardy and extravagant sentimentalism… [Philanthropists] encourage the healthier and more normal sections of the world to shoulder the burden of unthinking and indiscriminate fecundity of others; which brings with it, as I think the reader must agree, a dead weight of human waste. Instead of decreasing and aiming to eliminate the stocks that are most detrimental to the future of the race and the world, it tends to render them to a menacing degree dominant… We are paying for, and even submitting to, the dictates of an ever-increasing, unceasingly spawning class of human beings who never should have been born at all. The Pivot of Civilization, 1922, By Margaret Sanger. Chapter on, “The Cruelty of Charity,” pages 116, 122, and 189. Swarthmore College Library edition.
And as the saying goes, “…With friends like these, who needs enemies…?” The Congressional Black Caucus and the NAACP obviously benefit from their friendships with Planned Parenthood despite the observable carnage and mental anguish it has wrought in the Black community. “Planned Parenthood is grateful for the support of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation for providing a space for this important conversation on reproductive freedom,” said Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America. “It is partnerships like this, with leaders like Congresswoman Robin Kelly, and BET Networks, that allow us to reach more communities with an important message – access to birth control is pivotal in expanding economic opportunity for all women.”
It is this “grateful support” that has helped Planned Parenthood “reach more communities” and which has lead me to the sociological, and empirical conclusion that “The Most Dangerous Place for An African-American To Be Is In The Womb Of Their African-American Mother…” Thank you Congresswoman Robin Kelly and BET Networks!
Bamboozled…? Perhaps a few. Traitors…? Probably most! Yes, not only of you and I, but they have betrayed their founding congressional laborers, who, on their watch, courageously exposed the insidious plot of Planned Parenthood and population control advocates who all agree the one race to control is that of African-Americans. When carefully cloaked programs such as “reproductive freedoms” were being introduced, the Congressional Black Caucus of that day passed the integrity test. The honorable Charles C. Diggs (founding member of the Congressional Black Caucus) speaking from the floor of the United States Congress on August 17, 1972, stated, “Mr. Speaker, C. Summer Stone, a highly respected journalist, raises some very important questions in his column of August 1972. As he suggests, the use of the word genocide often brings charges of hyperbole from some quarters. But, Mr. Speaker we would do well to remember that the Genocide Convention has yet to be ratified by the US Senate.”
He went on to say, “Family Planning or Planned Parenthood has been widely viewed by many responsible Black professionals and leaders as a subtle but effective effort to destroy the Black family and limit its growth.”
Another time when the founding members of the Congressional Black Caucus expressed their disdain for Planned Parenthood and exhibited true courage by showing themselves to be “responsible” was when they walked out of the First National Congress on Population Control, boldly stating for all the world to hear: “The Black Caucus has withdrawn from the First National Congress on Population and Environment because of unmistakably clear evidence that the purpose of this conference is to use those delegates invited to legitimize a pre-conceived plan of viscous extermination.” The statement was presented to a Press Conference by Felton Alexander, National Urban League and chairman of the Black Caucus and Dr. Alyce Gullattee, Psychiatrist from Washington D.C. ( Watch Maafa21)
In light of the above, let’s hear these prophetic words spoke by Dr. Martin Luther King and the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, May 17, 1957,
“In the midst of these prevailing conditions, we came to Washington to say to the men in the forefront of our government, that the civil rights issue was not an ephemeral, evanescent domestic issue that could be kicked about by reactionary guardians of the status quo; it was rather an eternal moral issue which may well determine the destiny of our nation in the ideological struggle with Communism.”
“We Hold These Truths…” Do We?
Rev. Dr. Clenard H. Childress, Jr. is the founder of http://www.BlackGenocide.org – a website designed to reach the Afro-American community with the truth about abortion.