Opponents of abortion gathered on Capitol Hill this week to declare that performing an abortion based upon the baby’s sex or race should be outlawed.
An increasing number of unborn babies in the U.S. are targeted for those reasons, which has led to a new move in Washington to ban such abortions.
Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., has introduced a bill to that effect called the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act, or PreNDA.
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The debate of abortion being used as a tool of Black Genocide is as old as abortion. In fact, Jesse Jackson made this statement in 1971, “Contraceptives will become a form of drug warfare against the helpless in this nation.” and in that same year Black Panther activist, Brenda Hyson printed this in their New York newsletter a state which had already legalized abortion, “The abortion law, hides behind the guise of helping women, when in reality it will attempt to destroy our people.”
Then in 1977, Jackson again lashed out that, “It is strange that they choose to start talking about population control at the same time that Black people in America and people of color around the world are demanding their rightful place as human citizens and their rightful share of the material wealth in the world.”
Recently, Tom Metzger, the former Klan leader promoted the placement of abortion clinics in Black Neighborhoods, “…abortion and birth control should be promoted as a powerful weapon, in the limitation of non-White birth.” and Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger admitted in her autobiography that she, in fact, gave speeches to the KLAN She was so liked by them, that she was invited at least a dozen times to speak to them.
In 2009, an abortion patient in Michigan claimed that she was forced by the doctor to abort because she was Black. According to the Flint Journal, the patient, Catelin Bruce says she wrestled with her decision to have the abortion while in the clinic’s waiting room.
“They started the ultrasound. The lady turned the ultrasound toward me and said, ‘This is your baby. This is the heart flicker,’” Bruce said.
Bruce says that’s when she changed her mind. But she claims Dr. Abraham Hodari did the procedure anyway.
“He told his assistant, ‘Hold her down.’ They had my arm pinned,” Bruce said.
“His weight was all on my chest and then he took his hand and he had it so tight on my mouth that it was muffled. I was trying to scream, ‘Stop!‘
“I was screaming. I was crying. It felt like they were ripping a life out of me. When he was done, he looked at me. He gave me a smirk and he left he room.“
READ THIS for copy of suit: Abortion Patient sues doc; claims he forced abortion on her because she was BLACK
“I wanted it to stop, but it didn’t. I wanted a child, but I didn’t have one,” said Caitlin Bruce, now 20.
Hodari and his lawyer maintain he was well into the procedure when she expressed misgivings, and he had to continue for her safety.
Both Hodari and Bruce have witnesses to support their claims.
A written statement reportedly provided by another worker in Hodari’s office and contained in the lawsuit, claims that the doctor told an upset Bruce “I’m not going to do this. I’m going to send you home” before going through with the abortion.
Included in the suit are 6 counts against Hodari, including lack of informed consent/medical malpractice, battery, fraud, misrepresentation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and ethnic/gender intimidation.
Michigan has a statute that forbids intimidation based on gender or ethnicity. Ms. Bruce believes that Hodari forced the abortion on her because she is Black. Statistics show that the abortion industry disproportionately targets Black women. for more on this – watch a 2 hour fully documented film called: Maafa21 ( Clip Below)
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( SOURCE: Abraham Hodari, Caitlin Bruce part of national debate after forced abortion lawsuit By Laura Angus | Flint Journal November 29, 2009, 12:00PM )
Also Read: Activists call for criminal charges against Flint abortion clinic owner Dr. Abraham Hodari
Inn 2006, this headline made the Associated Press and MSNBC: Police: Parents’ kidnap plot motivated by race , 19-year-old carrying black man’s child says parents tried to force abortion
A Maine couple accused of tying up their 19-year-old daughter, throwing her in their car and driving her out of state to get an abortion were upset because the baby’s father is black, a Maine sheriff said Tuesday.
Katelyn Kampf, who is white, told Cumberland County Sheriff Mark Dion that her mother “was pretty irate at the fact that the child’s father was black, and she had made a number of disparaging remarks about that,” he said.
Katelyn Kampf escaped Friday at a Salem shopping center and called police, who arrested her parents, Nicholas Kampf, 54, and Lola, 53, both real estate developers from North Yarmouth, Maine.
This story led to this hate filled racist video being placed on YouTube , which indicates that racists would want this bi-racial baby killed:
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As a result – it wasn’t the so-called pro-choice community which denounced this – it was pro-lifers.
In April of 2010, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that it was about four years ago, Alexandria said, when she tearfully walked into an Augusta abortion clinic.
She was a 14-year-old ninth-grader at the time.
She said her mother and grandmother were furious that she was pregnant and demanded that she get an abortion.
And there was something else.
“They pressured me into an abortion because my baby was biracial and my grandma didn’t agree with me having a black boyfriend,” Alexandria said in an interview. “I had the abortion, because they said they were gonna kick me out. I didn’t have a choice. I had no place to go.”
Susan Swanson, director of the Augusta Care Pregnancy Center — a Christian-based agency that advises women against abortions — said she has met hundreds of girls who have come to her after being forced and threatened to get an abortion.
“I had one girl, six months back, who committed suicide after being forced to get an abortion,” Swanson said. “Our abortion clinics are not giving these girls true options.”
Swanson said when Alexandria went in to get her abortion, it was at a Planned Parenthood clinic across the street from her office.
“It is not like Planned Parenthood gave me any options,” Alexandria said. “They patted me on my back and told me that I was doing the right thing.”
(Learn more about Planned Parenthood’s eugenic agenda by watching Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America (Clip Below)
Swanson, who brought Alexandria to Atlanta to testify before the House panel, contends that more so than individuals, abortion clinics are the main culprits in the coercion of women and girls.
Four years after her abortion, Alexandria is a changed person. She said the situation spun her into a depression. She never finished high school, and she lost a second baby to a miscarriage.
“I begged my momma not to make me get an abortion,” Alexandria said. “I feel like, I took an innocent life, but God forgives you for your sins. I am OK now that I have gotten to talk to people about it. It is a lot easier for me to share my story, knowing that I am helping other guys.”
In about a month, Alexandria will have a new story to tell. She is now eight months pregnant and living with her current boyfriend.
The baby girl will be biracial.
SOURCE: ( Atlanta Journal Constitution, Senate abortion bill continues to stir emotions; By Ernie Suggs April 6, 2010 )
In 2009, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told the New York Times Magazine she believed that abortion was “to get rid of populations we do not want to have too man of.” Just what populations would those be? See Maafa21 to find out !