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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 Man: Margaret Sanger “A/K/A The Devil” started the Negro Project to “Kill us All”

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Can Jesse Jackson now speak up for “Human Rights” after flipping on abortion?

Posted in Jesse Jackson with tags , , , , , , , , on July 16, 2013 by saynsumthn

The Rev. Jesse Jackson, founder and president of the Rainbow Push Coalition, wants the United Nations’ human rights watchdog brought into the debate over the shooting of Trayvon Martin.

Various parts of the U.N. human rights system have in the past weighed in on the Feb. 2012 shooting of the 17-year-old, criticizing Florida’s “stand your ground” law and, in one case, calling for “reparation for the victims.”

But Jackson is proposing an investigation by the U.N.’s top human rights apparatus, the Human Rights Council (HRC), a controversial body whose ranks include regimes with poor human rights records, including some of America’s most vocal critics.

But – Jackson has ignored the Human Rights of millions of the same children he USED to advocate for:

1970– In the 1970’s as a the head of the People United to Save Humanity, (PUSH), a Chicago based Civil Rights group, [Jesse] Jackson acknowledged that he personally abhorred abortion because he felt that only the intercession of his grandmother had prevented his mother from aborting him. He brought a pronounced religious opposition to abortion, telling a group of students, “I’m conceding that unless we put human life second only to God in our lives, we’re becoming a Sodom and Gomorrah… we have an obligation to take sex and life as a far more sacred event than we do now.

Not only Jackson, but also Militant Black spokesman from Black Nationalist groups and the Black Muslims denounced family planning and abortion as “black genocide”.

Leaders including Julius Lester, Dick Gregory, Daniel H. Watts, and H. Rap Brown called upon blacks to continue to reproduce in order to avoid race suicide.
(SOURCE: Intended Consequences: Birth Control, Abortion, and the Federal Government in Modern America By Donald T. Critchlow, Oxford Press, Published 1999; P. 142)

In 1971-Jesse Jackson, declared “Birth Control as a National policy will simply marshal sophisticated methods to remove ( and control when not remove) the weak, the poor – quite likely the black and other minorities whose relative increase in population threatens the white caste in this nation. Contraceptives, will become a form of drug warfare against the helpless in this nation. Those who we could not get rid of in the rice paddies of Viet-Nam we now propose to exterminate, if necessary, eliminate if possible, in the OB wards and gynecology clinics of our urban hospitals. The direct extension of the old “man-in-the-house” rule against public aid recipients can be detected in the drive for birth control…” ( Source: Statements at public hearings of the Commission on Population Growth and the American Future as quoted in: Genocide? Birth Control and the Black American by Robert G. Weisbord, Greenwoor Press, 1972 ; P. 165)

Again in 1971 The Rev. Jesse Jackson, director of Operation Breadbasket, joined a demagogic chorus charging that government efforts to spread birth control information are equivalent to genocide. (BIRTH CONTROL ISN’T GENOCIDE Chicago Tribune Jun 28, 1971)

Then in 1973– Jesse Jackson said, “Abortion is genocide. Anything growing is living…If you got the thrill to set the baby in motion and you don’t have the will to protect it, you’re dishonest…You try to avoid reproducing sickness. You try to avoid reproducing deformities. But you don’t try to stop reproducing and procreating human life at its best. For who knows the cure for cancer won’t come out of some mind of some Black child?” (Jet Magazine Mar 22, 1973; p. 15)

And again in 1973-Jackson Chicago railed against birth control and abortion clinics in the black community and warns against “genocide“. …(Chicago Tribune – Apr 19, 1973)

In 1974– Jackson wrote a resolution in favor of a human life amendment. (The Milwaukee Sentinel – Jul 24, 1974)

Then in 1975– Jesse Jackson joined Billy Graham’s wife to push for a constitution amendment banning abortion. Jackson and Mrs. Graham were among the signers issued by the Christian Action Council, which read in part, “A deep concern for defenseless human life, including the unborn as well as the handicapped, is a consistent element of Christian moral teaching from the days of the Apostles onward…It is not limited to any particular Christian confession or denomination.” ( Christian’s join Bishops Ban on Abortion The Milwaukee Journal – Dec 1, 1975) and (Protestant leaders back abortion plan: The Telegraph-Herald – Nov 27, 1975)

In 1976– Jackson made this statement, “I think it is a significant issue, it reflects at one level, the moral decay and ambiguity in society, I think that Whenever Human Life ceases to represent the highest value in the human sphere, the society is in trouble….at this point what the court have ruled in abortion, the legal , it almost takes away from the young man the responsibility, and from the young woman the responsibility, of the act they have engaged in. And when people begin to use the excuses like “this girl is not ready yet” it means that the law of convenience becomes the highest law, and that is a very dangerous precedent morally, even before it becomes political!” (Jesse Jackson, Press Conference USA, February 2,1976)

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By 1977– Jesse Jackson was endorsing the Pro-life Hyde Amendment. Jackson wrote, “I must oppose the use of federal funds for a policy of killing infants.” ” You don’t stop reproducing or procreating life at its best . For who knows that the cure for cancer won’t come out of the mind of some black child? ” He later called abortion – genocide. (The Southeast Missourian – Jul 14, 1988)

In 1977– Jesse Jackson wrote this, “Abortion is a vital issue. It does require immediate and wide attention because it really is a matter of life vs. death , because it is a matter of rights vs. morality.” ( The Milwaukee Sentinel – Jul 18, 1977 )

And this in 1977 Writing for the National Right to Life News, Jackson writes:
Another area that concerns me greatly, namely because I know how it has been used with regard to race, is the psycholinguistics involved in this whole issue of abortion. If something can be dehumanized through the rhetoric used to describe it, then the major battle has been won. So when American soldiers can drop bombs on Vietnam and melt the faces and hands of children into a hunk of rolling protoplasm and in their minds say they have not maimed or killed a fellow human being something terribly wrong and sick has gone on in that mind. That is why the Constitution called us three-fifths human and then whites further dehumanized us by calling us “niggers.” It was part of the dehumanizing process. The first step was to distort the image of us as human beings in. order to justify that which they wanted to do and not even feel like they had done anything wrong. Those advocates of taking. life prior to birth do not call it killing or murder; they call it abortion. They further never talk about aborting a baby because that would imply something human. Rather they talk about aborting the fetus. Fetus sounds less than human and therefore can be justified…What happens to the mind of a person, and the moral fabric of a nation, that accepts the aborting of the life of a baby without a pang of conscience? What kind of a person, and what kind of a society will we have 20 years hence if life can be taken so casually?” (How we respect life is the over-riding moral issue:Right to Life News, January 1977)

Then in 1978 Jesse Jackson wrote, “The pro-abortion forces say that the social conditions awaiting so many of the unborn are not good enough to live in. It is a legitimate concern, but in finding an answer in abortion they are overstepping their rights. In denying life because of social conditions , they are forcing their cynicism on others.”
( Abortion and Life, by Jesse Jackson Youngstown Vindicator – Jan 22, 1978)

By 1978– Rev. Jesse Jackson national director of Operation PUSH in Chicago, was among the scheduled speakers for the fifth annual March for Life, an anti-abortion rally on the Capitol steps. ( Thousand rally at Capitol in March for Life Observer-Reporter – Jan 24, 1978 )

In 1979 Jesse Jackson well known civil rights activist and president of People United to Save Humanity said, “Politicians argue for abortion largely because they do not want to spend the necessary money to feed, clothe and educate more people. Here arguments for convenience and economic savings take precedence over arguments for human value and human life…In my mind serious moral questions between $300.00 and $1000.00 to have abortion, but will not pay $30.00 for a hot school lunch for the already born children of these same mothers.” ( Anti-abortionists have rights: The Michigan Daily – Sep 7, 1979)

BY the 1980– Jesse Jackson, prominent black civil rights activist, said that the idea that life is private and that one may do with it as one wishes ‘was the premise of slavery. You could not protest the existence or treatment of slaves on the plantation because that was private and therefore outside your right to be concerned.’ (Abortions no answer to society’s problems: The Phoenix – Aug 7, 1980)

Then at the time he wanted to run for President, Jesse Jackson FLIPPED on protecting Human Life from abortion:

1984: In 1984, during his bid for President, Jackson was asked: What level of aid should the government provide for abortion?
Answer, “I choose to put my emphasis on sex education and self discipline before the fact. I would never encourage abortion, except under medically extenuating circumstances. On eth other hand I do support freedom of choice…” He later supports birth control. Bangor Daily News – May 18, 1984

1984– Jackson supports Medicaid funding of abortions for low-income women .(Morning Call – Apr 8, 1984)

1988 Jesse Jackson is the only remaining US presidential candidate to openly support abortion as a woman’s choice (Toronto Star – Jul 4, 1988)

1988 As a Presidential candidate in 1984 and 1988 Jackson has consistently said that women must have the right to choose whether to have an abortion. In an issues brief, Jackson advocates government medicaid funding of abortions for poor women. But in the 1970‘s and early 1980’s- Jackson who is a Baptist minister- was taking a much different approach. In 1977, he sent an open letter to Congress urging support for an amendment by Rep. Henry Hyde R.-Ill. banning federal funding of abortions. ” As a matter of conscience, I must oppose the use of federal funds for a policy of killing infants,” Jackson wrote. In prepared remarks before an anti-abortion rally in Washington DC, in 1978, Jackson said “allowing abortions may leave us with a hell right here on earth.” As late as May 1982, in an interview with Our Sunday Visitor , a national Catholic Weekly, Jackson said legalized abortions symbolized, ” a definite drift to Sodom and Gommorah in our culture. All this to me is part of a great suicidal process.” When asked to reconcile his positions on abortion Jackson has said that it would not be proper for him as president to impose his religious views on the country. ( Jackson’s Flip Flops raise questions about consistency :Herald-Journal – Apr 24, 1988)

Abortion=Kill Black Babies so says an African American on YouTube

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Black Commentator rails against eugenics founded Planned Parenthood and Black Genocide on YouTube

Posted in Abortion, Black Abortion Stats, Black Babies, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Neighborhood, Black Victims, Black Women, Eugenics, Pastor Stephen Broden, Planned Parenthood, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 28, 2011 by saynsumthn

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“God is displeased with the number of black children aborted”, African American Pastor Dr. Johnny Hunter

Posted in Abortion, Black Babies, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Pastor, Church, Civil Rights with tags , , , , , on January 16, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Minorities split over history, goal of abortion

Posted in Abortion, Alveda King, Black Babies, Black Genocide, Black Neighborhood, Black Pastor, Eugenics, Maafa21, Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 26, 2010 by saynsumthn

Minorities split over history, goal of abortion

Alveda King
By Charita Goshay staff writer

Posted May 16, 2010 @ 07:00 AM

Is abortion being used to eradicate certain groups of people, or is it strictly a health-care issue?

A black anti-abortion activist who underwent two procedures herself claims that minorities are being proportionately targeted for abortions.

Others say the notion is ridiculous.

Alveda King of Atlanta, director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life, says it’s not a coincidence that, although blacks make up 12.3 percent of the population, they constitute 38 percent of all abortion procedures. In Ohio, the numbers are 11.7 percent and 39 percent, respectively. In Stark County, it’s 7 percent and 16 percent, respectively.

Abortion-rights supporters point to poverty and a lack of access to preventative care as factors behind the numbers.

Specifically targeting Planned Parenthood, King argues that as the minorities’ demands for equal rights grew, so did the agency’s push to give them more access to birth control and abortion.

“Most of the abortion clinics and Planned Parenthoods are in minority neighborhoods,” she said. “The second targeted place is college campuses. That’s demonstrable.”

A niece of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Alveda King argues that the roots of the family-planning movement can be found in “eugenics,” the theory that whites are genetically superior to nonwhites. In the 1930s, Adolf Hitler cited the American eugenics movement as a model for his racial-purity policies. As recently as the 1970s, some states had eugenics boards which facilitated forced sterilization of the poor, welfare applicants, the developmentally disabled and minorities.


King points to the late Margaret Sanger, mother of the birth control movement in America, and founder of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Sanger befriended eugenicists and once wrote: “Slavs, Latin and Hebrew immigrants are human weeds, a deadweight of human waste. … Blacks, soldiers and Jews are a menace to the race.”

The Rev. Ralph Bradley, pastor of Eternal Light Church in Canton, sides with King, saying that a number of world leaders past and present have embraced eugenics.

“Margaret Sanger is only one of a long list of people in the New World Order’s plans, which will eliminate countless millions of people of color,” Bradley said. “If the New World Order members can continue in the financial banking fraud in the U.S. and around the world, abortion will be only one way to get rid of what Henry Kissinger calls ‘useless eaters.’

King disputes suggestions that her uncle supported abortion rights. In 1966, Planned Parenthood of America awarded Martin Luther King Jr. its first Margaret Sanger Award.

“Planned Parenthood loves to post his acceptance speech on its website,” she said. “The award was given to him, but he (personally) did not accept it. His wife went to the ceremony and read a speech he did not write. It’s trickery and deception.”

King further argues that women aren’t being told the truth about the medical risks connected to abortion.


“I had two abortions and two miscarriages related to my abortions,” said the mother of six. “They’re not safe. They lie when they say, ‘The reason we’re making abortion available is because we want to help people.’ I was tricked into having both of them by a Planned Parenthood-affiliated black doctor in Atlanta. My experiences with abortion were a nightmare.”

She also pickets the NAACP and other black organizations that support legalized abortion.

“I realized they lied; that’s a baby,” she said. “In 1983, I publicly took a stand. How can the dream survive if we’re killing our children?”

King also accuses Planned Parenthood of deliberately distributing low-dosage birth control and condoms to generate more money for abortion and other services. Planned Parenthood of Stark County does not perform abortions.

“All of it is a scam and a disgrace, not just for the minority community, but everybody,” she said.

Taba Aleem, director of community services for Planned Parenthood of Northeast Ohio, disputes King’s accusations.

“Dr. King was happy to work with Planned Parenthood,” she said. “Alveda has failed to realize that Margaret Sanger was very connected to the black community. Her ‘Negro Project’ was not intended to eradicate blacks, it was about access to birth control. Sanger worked with blacks, including W.E.B. DuBois and the Call & Post. For her (King) to come up with the idea that they didn’t think that through, I don’t think so.”


“I agree with Alveda King,” said Debra Martin, relationship and marriage education director at the Pregnancy Support Center of Stark County. “I always say go back to the source of where an organization started and why they started. With Margaret Sanger, you hear it over and over. We as African Americans believe it’s been a good thing, not knowing the source.”

Martin said she also thinks clinics are deliberately placed in poor neighborhoods, adding, “We’re losing our status as far as population is concerned. I do believe it was, and still is, purposefully put there and targeted toward us.”

Lillian Williams, regional director of health center operations at Planned Parenthood of Northeast Ohio, calls abortion “a personal medical decision.”

“When it comes to the issue of child-bearing and abortion, everyone has their own set of values,” she said. “Our (goal) isn’t to encourage a woman to make a decision one way or the other. Our intent is to provide the information they need, so they can base their decision on all factors. We definitely recognize these issues don’t occur in a vacuum.”


Williams, who is black, said Planned Parenthood has been an affordable source of reproductive health care for minorities.

“It’s a safe environment for people to come for quality care,” she said. “Women of color are disproportionately affected by our system. A lot of times women face barriers to quality care. Blacks and Latinas are more likely to be uninsured and under-insured, and are more likely to experience higher rates of illness and death as a result.

“Planned Parenthood does more than any organization to provide preventative services to 18 million men and women a year. Ninety-five percent of what we do is preventative in nature.”

Aleem said she’s disturbed when activists such as King use religion as a wedge in the black community. Planned Parenthood has an outreach program for clergy, and clergy regularly serve on the agency’s boards of directors.

“Being the daughter of a retired minister, my dad sat on Planned Parenthood committees for several years,” Williams said. “He said it was some of the most rewarding work he’s ever done.”

“We’ve got so many health issues we need to address as a church, such as HIV and AIDS,” Aleem said. “We need more ministers to talk about health issues. … The problem with right-to-life activists is they don’t want to hear anything about sex education, which would go a long way in reducing the incidence of an unplanned pregnancy that no one wants.”

Martin, is who married to a minister, disagrees.

“People tend to throw religion into everything,” she said, “But the reality is, it’s a life. I became pregnant in high school at 17. I look at my oldest daughter now, who has given me two beautiful grandchildren I would have never known. People don’t realize we could be aborting the next president. It has nothing to do with religion; it has to do with life.

“More of our black kids are being killed through abortion. We need to understand the full effect of abortion, from the emotional hurt that we don’t deal with, to the reality that our population is going down. Ultimately, we’re going to suffer because of that.”

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