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Civil rights activist Dick Gregory: Abortion is Black ‘genocide’

Posted in Black leaders on abortion, Black Lives Matter, Black Neighborhood, Black pro-life leaders, Civil Rights, Dick Gregory with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 12, 2017 by saynsumthn

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Comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory died August 19, 2017, and although he is best known for his humor, the satirist once called out government-funded abortion and birth control as a genocide effort targeting the Black community.

Gregory was the father of eleven children but tragically, one of his children died as an infant. He often used his humor to touch on the social ills of the day, and as a result, many white people attended his comedy events. He became a strong voice in the Black community during the tumultuous times of the 1960’s and 70’s during the African American civil rights struggle.

In 1967, Gregory joined more than 1,100 Black delegates for the First National Conference on Black Power where he along with others in the group adopted a black power manifesto that called for the “refusal to accept birth control programs on the basis that they seek to exterminate Negroes,” among other demands, according to a July 24, 1967, New York Times report obtained by Live Action News.

In the Journal of Social History, researcher Simone M. Caron described the view just after that conference saying, “The following year, the Third Annual National Conference on Black Power in Philadelphia called on all blacks to ‘resist the increasing genocidal tendencies of American society.’ Resistance ranged from a small California group called Efforts to Increase Our Size (EROS) to groups in Pittsburgh and Cleveland that protested Planned Parenthood programs to the ultramilitant group in New York known as the Five Percenters. These organizations asked two main questions: ‘Is birth control just a “white man’s plot” to “contain” the black population?’ and ‘Is it just another scheme to cut back on welfare aid or still another method of “keeping the black man down”?’ An editorial in The Thrust questioned why blacks could not get a free aspirin for a headache ‘yet when you’re a Black woman old enough to look sexy you can get a truck loaded down with control pills free. . . . The whole plot makes Hitler look like a Boy Scout.’”

The following year (1968) Gregory ran for president of the United States on the “peace and freedom” ticket calling the two-party system “corrupt and immoral.”

Dick Gregory Ebony Magazine: Abortion is Genocide

Dick Gregory Ebony Magazine Abortion is Genocide

Then, in 1971, Gregory penned a controversial Op-ed piece entitled, My Answer to Genocide, which was published in Ebony Magazine.

Gregory, like many other Black leaders of his day, believed that large families were important to the Black power struggle of their time. And, the civil rights activist perceived that the government might be attempting to limit the Black population through their funding of abortion and birth control.

This idea that abortion and birth control were plots to exterminate African Americans was not new.

In fact, there were many prominent African American leaders, including Jesse Jackson, Samuel Yette, Fannie Lou Hamer, Whitney Young and more who were suspicious of government programs that pushed “family planning”, especially those that were placed within Black communities.

That suspicion appears to have had merit.

Research shows that family planning centers and abortion facilities often set up their locations in or near minority communities. In addition, the largest provider of abortions, Planned Parenthood, was founded by a radical advocate of racist eugenics who spoke with the Klu Klux Klan. And, Planned Parenthood’s ties to eugenics go well beyond their founder Margaret Sanger, as Live Action has reported previously.

Today, with Planned Parenthood receiving half a billion in government dollars every year to promote their agenda, not only is the abortion corporation’s market share of abortions increasing, but nationally Black abortions are at frighteningly high levels as well.

In the Ebony article, Gregory begins by criticizing “planned parenthood groups” that call for people to only have 2.5 children.

He dismissed the terminology that claimed a preborn person was merely a fraction of a human to the way Blacks were described during slavery as “three-fifths” human:

My answer to genocide, quite simply is eight Black kids – and a another baby on the way […]

Now planned parenthood groups are saying that a couple should have a maximum of 2 1/2 children. I’m still trying to figure out that half a kid. I know my American history well enough to know what ‘three-fifths’ of a man is, but half-a-kid?

 

Dick Gregory Ebony Magazine Abortion Genocide article

Gregory, who was born into a poor family, denounces birth control as something that “goes against Nature,” writing:

Can you believe that human beings are the only creatures who would ever consider developing birth control pills? You mention contraception to a gorilla and he will tear your head off.

Although Gregory’s humor is weaved throughout his piece, he is clear about the seriousness of genocide or as he also called it “subtle forms of genocide.” He said:

Genocide has come to mean, acts committed with the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial, or religious group as such; by killing members of the group […] imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group […]

Like many Black leaders today, Gregory pointed to a host of ills facing the Black community including police brutality, segregation, the KKK, poverty, and war. But of genocidal measures to “prevent births” within a group, Gregory wrote in Ebony:

There is ample evidence that government programs designed for poor black folks emphasize birth control and abortion availability, both measures obviously designed to limit black population.

In November of 1971, following the birth of Gregory’s ninth child, Jet Magazine pointed again to the civil rights leaders opposition to planned parenthood groups:

Dick Gregory opposed planned parenthood. Jet Magazine November 1971

At the time, Gregory’s colleague Jesse Jackson shared his views and decried abortion.

In 1971, during public hearings of the Commission on Population Growth and the American Future, the Rev. Jesse Jackson warned that, “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[…]”

(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)

In 1973, Jesse Jackson stated, “Abortion is genocide,in a Jet Magazine interview.

In that Jet Magazine, Mar 22, 1973, article Jackson added:

“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?”

In 1975, at an event sponsored by the National Youth Pro-Life Coalition, Gregory joined Jackson in speaking against abortion.

The Winnipeg Free Press described the group as, “a non-sectarian, non-partisan group working for ‘positive alternatives’ to abortion, war, capital punishment, euthanasia, compulsory sterilization and ‘other forms of violence.’”

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In 1975, at an event sponsored by the National Youth Pro-Life Coalition, Gregory joined Jackson in speaking against abortion.

The Winnipeg Free Press described the group as, “a non-sectarian, non-partisan group working for ‘positive alternatives’ to abortion, war, capital punishment, euthanasia, compulsory sterilization and ‘other forms of violence.’”

According to the media outlet, the Black activists told the group that, “that the nation’s pro-abortion mentality undermines the value and dignity of every human life and that ‘killing babies’ is symptomatic of a civilization
and culture which operates without sacred absolutes.”

Upon news of Gregory’s death, CNN described his first-hand experience with injustice:

In a 1963 protest in which Gregory participated in Birmingham, Alabama, he was arrested and beaten by the police for championing the right of blacks to vote. After that incident, Gregory wrote, ‘It was just body pain, though. The Negro has a callus growing on his soul, and it’s getting harder and harder to hurt him there.’

Like a majority of dishonest media which support abortion, CNN failed to mention Gregory’s opposition to the horrific taking of human life in the womb.

But, stats do not lie, and sadly, reported abortion numbers in the Black and minority communities ring of a certain confirmation about the concerns Gregory and Jackson had.

As a result, the numbers of abortions performed on minorities and specifically Black women remain disproportionately high. As Live Action News has previously documented, in 2011, the CDC revealed that almost 56% of all abortions reported for race were committed on minority women.

 

The CDC’s 2012 report (dated November 27, 2015) reveals that 55% of abortions reported for race/ethnicity were performed on Black or Hispanic women.

The latest numbers for 2013 (published in 2016) show those numbers remained relatively the same (54.6%).

While Dick Gregory is rightly remembered for his many accomplishments, it is doubtful the news media will discuss how his suspicions about birth control and abortion proved to be true.

After all, if government-funded abortion and birth control are, in fact, genocide against Black community, then why does the media remain supportive of forced taxpayer dollars to such agendas?

And, more importantly, why does Congress continue to fund Planned Parenthood?

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

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Black eugenics victim endorses pro-life Ted Cruz

Posted in Black Conservative, Elaine Riddick, Ted Cruz with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on March 15, 2016 by saynsumthn

An African American woman who was the victim of eugenic sterilization has endorsed Senator Ted Cruz for president. Elaine Riddick, who was sterilized by the State of North Carolina without her knowledge or consent after she was raped and delivered her son as a teen told Live Action News that she is endorsing Senator Ted Cruz because he values life.

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Riddick, whose forcible sterilization was ordered by the Eugenics Board of North Carolina, is very outspoken on Planned Parenthood’s eugenic agenda. The organization was founded by Margaret Sanger, who pushed eugenic ideology.

“Euphemisms and sterilization target code words, for example, “feebleminded”, were used to describe Black women like me,” Riddick wrote in an Op-Ed.

    “I was forcibly sterilized at the age of 14 years under North Carolina’s inhumane forced sterilization policy. A policy that was derived from Margaret Sanger’s Planned Parenthood population control handbook, which spread across the United States by her loyal band of eugenicists and lobbying our elected officials.”

This is Riddick’s story excerpted from the film: Maafa21:

Shortly after this interview Elaine Riddick testified before the North Carolina State Legislature in a successful effort to receive compensation for the sterilization. “They cut me open like I was a hog,” Elaine Riddick testified tearfully. Riddick told the lawmakers that her only crime was being poor, BLACK, and from a bad home environment.

North Carolina was not the only state whose eugenics programs were influenced by friends of Sanger or Planned Parenthood. In some parts of the country, Planned Parenthood was closely associated with these state eugenics boards and was often a referral agency for them.

Riddick told Live Action News that any politician who supports abortion and Planned Parenthood would never get her support. This is why she has been an outspoken advocate of Ted Cruz rather than Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.

    “I think that Ted Cruz is good because he is young and knows the suffering of people. He is about life, he is pro-life. Black people’s chances of survival with Ted Cruz is maybe 98%. But with Hillary it is about 5% because of the abortions she supports.”

Elaine Riddick speaks about eugenics at pro-life rally

Elaine Riddick speaks about eugenics at pro-life rally

Riddick is referring to the high rate of abortion within the African American community. As a victim of eugenics herself, Riddick is convinced that the Black community had been targeted with population control specifically abortion. And the data backs up those suspicions. Research shows that family planning centers and abortion facilities often set up their locations in or near minority communities. In 2011, stats published by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) revealed that almost 56% of all abortions reported for race were done on minority women. According to the latest report dated November 27, 2015, in 2012, over 55% of abortions reported for race/ethnicity were performed on Black or Hispanic women. According to those stats, Black women had the highest abortion rate (27.8 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15–44 years) and accounted for 36.7% of abortions reported for race/ethnicity.

“Planned Parenthood’s fundamental strategy for Population Control of Black and low income women was forced sterilizations and abortions,” Riddick points out. She said that in essence “Black people are dammed if you do and dammed if you don’t” in this country. For Riddick, Blacks are either a target on the streets or a target in the womb and she believes that a person who values life in the womb, will value all life.

    “In order to come out of that dilemma it is Ted Cruz all the way.”

Riddick is very critical of the Democrat Presidential Candidates as well most notably Hillary Clinton whom she says once praised Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood:

    “Margaret Sanger persistently dehumanized Blacks, low-income children, the disabled, mentally ill, immigrants, and impoverished women, by classifying them as “human weeds”, “spawning… human beings who never should have been born”.”

When asked about GOP Presidential contender Donald Trump, Riddick was slightly hostile:

    “Are you kidding me? He supports Planned Parenthood – bottom line. He supports taking and killing of Black lives. Anybody that supports Planned Parenthood, then, it’s not about human life. Donald Trump is definitely not pro-life. He said he’s a pro-lifer- he’s a liar. He’s not a pro-lifer if he supports Planned Parenthood.”

“Same thing with Hillary Clinton. She is lynching us in the womb,” she added.

Sen. Ted Cruz

Sen. Ted Cruz

As a Black woman, Riddick sees no other option beside Cruz, whom she said she loves because of his stand for life:

    “I love Cruz because he stands for life- number one. Anybody that stands for life deserves to have the chance. He will be a protector of all lives. He is the most awesome Christian. When you stand for life you have a heart. The other people they are gutless and will slip on a dime. Talk about betrayal – they will betray you.”

Alveda King: vote for candidates who oppose abortion and Planned Parenthood

Posted in Alveda King with tags , , , , , , , on March 8, 2016 by saynsumthn

Alveda KIng020278153_oAs we come to the end of Black History month, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King is encouraging everyone to vote for candidates who oppose abortion and the Planned Parenthood agenda. Dr. Alveda King, the niece of civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King said in a written statement that not voting is not an option for her because too many people paid a heavy price for that right:

    “Not voting is not an option. Too many people in the suffragette and race wars in the U.S. (including my dad Rev. AD King, my uncle, ML King, and yes, me) struggled, and some even died for the right to vote.”

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Alveda King has been an outspoken advocate for preborn children whose lives are targeted for death through abortion. She often compares their struggle for life as a civil right just as that of the African American community her Uncle, MLK, stood up to defend in the 1960’s. She also promotes the healing between the races and a spirit of love and unity to stand for those being targeted the same way her uncle did when the Black community was targeted. She warns those who will listen to focus on the real issues that matter and not the political spin:

    “America needs healing… Beware the spin games. Pray and vote for life because our generations are depending on deliverance.”

Today, Alveda King said she is committed to casting her vote for the person who is most aligned with her views. Like many pro-lifers these days, it can be a difficult task to select the right candidate for political office because they often fall short of standing firmly against abortion in every case.

“During past elections I “wrote in” names for candidates because of personal, or philosophical reasons, I couldn’t stomach some who received nominations,” Alveda said in her written statement. She called promises from certain candidates, an emotional spin trap:

    “Often politicians make unenforceable promises that make people feel good. We applaud those promises from candidates we like, because they strike a feel good chord. On the other hand, we attack those seemingly impossible unfulfilled promises from candidates we don’t prefer, because we want them to lose so that our candidates can win. It’s all an emotional spin trap.”

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Alveda has worked hard to expose the eugenics history of Planned Parenthood. She has called the targeting of abortion in the Black community paramount to Black Genocide. But today, given all that is at stake in today’s election, she has vowed to vote for the person that is most against the abortion agenda and who will oppose Planned Parenthood:

    “This time around, I’m committed to voting for whoever is against the abortion agenda and Planned Parenthood’s role in abortion on some level and who receives the nomination for the party who is most against abortion.”

Without endorsing any one candidate, Alveda said the choice is simple:

    “I’m just going to vote for the one most closely aligned to the position that human life of mothers and their babies is valuable from conception or fertilization until natural death (no abortion and no euthanasia for babies, poor, sick and infirm people); and that life and the liberty to be born is a human, moral and civil right.”

Black Pastor speaks against Black Genocide at Pro-life March for Life Chicago 2016

Posted in Black Pastor, March for Life with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 25, 2016 by saynsumthn

New Beginnings Church pastor Corey Brooks defends the unborn at Chicago’s March for Life

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Abortionist says most important thing he does is use cannula to empty a woman’s uterus

Posted in Abortionist, Willie Parker with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 12, 2015 by saynsumthn

An abortionist who once called abortion sacred and claims to be a Christian has made several more stunning statements lately.

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Abortion doctor Willie Parker is a hero to the eugenics motivated abortion industry because he is African American and works at the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi.

Parker is also a circuit runner at other clinics around the country.

My work is emotionally satisfying because compassion is my passion,” the abortionist told In These Time.

“I am fortunate to do what most people are not able to: expend my energies on behalf of what I think is a noble cause. It answers for me the question of why we are here, what this is all about. For me it’s about actualizing my own humanity by serving my fellow human beings. Compassion operates for me when I am faced by the reality that women have unplanned, unwanted pregnancies,” Parker stated.

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The Black abortionist who has proudly received Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger award named after the Klan speaker addressed abortion as a eugenic plot of Black Genocide, “They cite accusations of black genocide against me, but in my view it is the opposite: I do what I do because I love black women and black babies.”

Willie Parker on Margaret Sanger

Parker also once called it “racist” NOT to provide abortions (here).

As a physician I have to be open about the fact that I provide abortion care,” Parker continued in the interview.

“I have to say, “I’m as skilled as any doctor in my chosen craft can be, I’m as principled as any human being on the planet, and I do abortions. There’s nothing mutually exclusive about that.” When I raise that counternarrative, it should empower other doctors who know what is the right thing to do, but can’t find the social courage to do so.” he added.

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Then he made this shocking statement, “When people say how brave I must be to openly do what I do, people don’t remember that the most important thing I do is use a cannula to empty a woman’s uterus. It’s what advocates do that is brave.”

What Parker empties out happens to be an innocent unborn human baby.

Sheriff David Clarke: Can’t remember last time I saw Black person inside Starbucks

Posted in StarBucks with tags , , , , , , , , on March 18, 2015 by saynsumthn

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke has weighed in on the Starbuck’s Race controversy.

Sheriff David Clark gained notoriety on my blog when he weighed in on the Black Lives Matter tweet event which you can read about here.

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The tweet sent by Sheriff Clarke, a black man himself, was sent to Mitch Smith, Journalist in the Chicago bureau of The New York Times and read, “If only these faux protesters were asked by media about all the black on black killing or black babies aborted in US every year.

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Now in response to Starbuck’s Race Together effort, Sheriff Clarke tweeted: “Can’t remember the last time I saw a Black person inside a Starbucks. They do not have stores in Black neighborhoods.”

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One response to the Sheriff’s tweet read, “wonder if the media would promote a conversation @ starbucks about the black abortion rate #blacklivesmatter”

Which is exactly what I did in my blog post: Starbucks #RaceTogether tweets educate masses on abortion and Planned Parenthood

Racist to not provide abortion to Blacks says doc honored by Planned Parenthood

Posted in Abortionist, Blacks promote abortion, Willie Parker with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 23, 2015 by saynsumthn

I recently wrote a blog entitled, “Blacks matter to Planned Parenthood if they push abortion.” It details how the introduction of abortion by Planned Parenthood came when they conveniently chose a Black man in their leadership.

Now, a Black abortion doctor is playing the Planned Parenthood patsy by trying to “explain” and dismantle the argument that abortion targets the African American community.

Speaking at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, abortionist Willie Parker, who once called abortion a “sacred decision” said that not providing abortion is racist!

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Parker traveled to Mississippi from Alabama to do abortions at the Jackson Women’s Health Organization abortion clinics, the last one remaining open in the state.

I had a traditional understanding of religion and spirituality as a fundamentalist Protestant Christian with a born again experience at the age of 15. But, what that meant for me is that I took my religious belief and understanding very seriously. And so, because of that, while I had not had any explicit teaching that abortion was wrong, although it was kind of implied given that, in my community there were many teens and single women who were forced to continue pregnancies where they were ready or able to parent or not. I chose to err on the side of not violating my conscience or understanding by not providing abortions event though I never questioned a woman’s right to make that decision,” Parker tells his audience.

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Planned Parenthood recently “honored” the abortionist during Black History Month 2015 even placing abortionist Willie Parker on their list of Dream Keeper “Doers.

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Abortionist Willie Parker told his Woodrow Wilson School audience that Mississippi is one of the poorest states in the country and we all know the large Black population there.

Pro-lifers know that abortion targets Black communities and Parker is assisting in that agenda, “Women of color and women living in poverty are two communities that are often synonymous but are not always the same tend to have higher rates of unintended pregnancy…”

That this is the reality befalling Mississippi led me to conclude that the women of Mississippi are amongst the most vulnerable in this country. And hence they are in dire need and very much deserving of my help,” the abortionist boasted.

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Abortionist Parker who described himself as “a self described protector of human rights” claims that if he could not make women of color a priority for abortion access, who will?

Parker then goes on to attack those who defend the black unborn child, especially those who are members of the African American pro-life community.

Now don’t misunderstand me,” he said, “This commitment is not a form of subtle tribalism, because I understand all-too-well as Zora Neale Hurston once said, All my skin folk ain’t my kinfolk.

And, what I mean by that is that some of the most ardent opponents who stand in solidarity with those who oppose abortion are, in my opinion, misguided people of color who also vilify women who make the decision to have abortion, and who exaggerate and expound on the fact that those women are poor and women of color. And, they are the ones who also co-sign, what I call the Black Genocide campaigns,” Willie Parker stated.

I guess Parker is also referring to the early members of the civil rights community who also pointed out the genocidal aspects of abortion and birth control as I document here.

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Leaders like, Fannie Lou Hamer, who co-founded the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and challenged the all white Mississippi delegation for seating at the 1964 Democrat convention in Atlanta City

Hamer once stated, “Once Black women were bought as slaves because they were good breeders. Now they talk about birth control and abortion for blacks. If they’d been talking that way when my mother was bearing children, I wouldn’t be here now”.

But…I digress…

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According to the latest figures by the CDC almost 56% of all abortions reported for race were done on minority women. Of the 405,994 abortions even reported for race or ethnicity in that latest report, 150,942 (37.2%) were performed on White women, 146,856 or (36.2%) were reported on Black women. Hispanic women accounted for 79,408 or (19.7%) while 28,363 or (7.0%) of abortions were categorized as other.

Even abortionist Willie Parker cannot dispute the facts as he says himself:

“One of the things I want to say to kind of demonstrate to you how pressing that issue [Black Genocide] is, when I started in Mississippi, as noble as I thought my efforts were, not everyone was happy to see me.”

What allows [pro-life people] to make that allegation [abortion is a tool of Black Genocide] is a misrepresentation of the very real and concrete epidemiological evidence that shows that disproportionately on a proportionate basis the highest rate of abortion occurs to the Black women followed by Latino women…”

Parker goes on to say that White women have the highest number of abortions, “because there are more white women then there are women of color,” he says.

But the real motivation behind Willie Parker’s attempt to disprove the abortion is Black Genocide argument is that it is having an affect within the African American community.

While the legal battle over abortion is occurring at the state and local level as they try and set the stage for overturning Roe – the actual cultural battle for the hearts and minds of the public, is being fought in these ideological wars and framing abortion in ways that are totally misrepresentative over what the issue of abortion is about.”

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“In this case they’ve decided as a very effective and cynical strategy to frame abortion as Black Genocide. And that campaign has gained traction over the years. There have been major African American Communities where billboards have been purchased to declare that the most dangerous place for a black baby is in the womb of it’s mother…describing Black babies as an endangered species as if they are something other than human in that- as if mothers are totally detached from the pregnancies that they carry.”

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Parker claims that, “Abortion opponents allege that abortion is a genocidal plot by the government, fronted by Planned Parenthood to build abortion clinics in Black communities and to coerce Black women to use contraception and to have abortionists to kill off black babies…to decimate the Black race. They allege that there is a Negro plot that was put into place by the founder of Planned Parenthood – Margaret Sanger and that this is allegedly core to Planned Parenthood’s mission today.”

Let’s say I concede all of these arguments are true,” Willie Parker says, “What does any of that have to do, in 2015, with a woman, no matter what her color is, making the decision to end a pregnancy, that she does not want?”

WILLIE PARKER DISMISSES MARGARET SANGER’S RACISM

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Parker then dismisses the well documented racism pf Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger, an admitted Klan speaker. This is what Sanger wrote 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.” (Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography, P.366)

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Parker, who profits off abortion, works with Planned Parenthood, and has received honors from them, thinks the Black Genocide argument against abortion is ridiculous, “And, with regard to Margaret Sanger’s involvement with the Black Community? Margaret Sanger uh uh started birth control clinics in the African American community in Harlem at the invitation of black leaders of her day.” he said.

Willie Parker completely ignores the documented plot devised behind the scenes by Sanger and her financier, Clarence Gamble, both active in the Eugenics Society to include blacks in their own demise.

This blog has documented this many times, just do a simple search under “eugenics”, “Margaret Sanger” or “Clarence Gamble.”

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Willie Parker claimed that Sanger’s message would benefit African American women. I wonder if that was the focus of her speech to the Klan- how her ideas would benefit Blacks- really Willie are you that naive?

And. so there was no targeted messaging for the Black community. In fact,” says Willie Parker, “Margaret Sanger in keeping with the rest of her day, her attention was to the White community,” he says.

Can you believe such ignorance? Sanger’s own words make a liar out of Dr. Willie Parker.

As late as 1950 Sanger who openly advocated eugenic sterilization wrote this in a personal letter to Katharine Dexter McCormick, an heir to the International Harvester fortune who used her immense wealth to fund the development of the birth-control pill.

Sanger wrote, “I consider that the world and almost our civilization for the next twenty-five years, is going to depend upon a simple, cheap, safe contraceptive to be used in poverty stricken slums, jungles, and among the most ignorant people. Even this will not be sufficient, because I believe that now, immediately; there should be national sterilization for certain dysgenic types of our population who are being encouraged to breed and would die out were the government not feeding them.”

Years earlier, in 1939, Sanger described the American Birth Control League’s Negro Project in a letter to fellow eugenicist, Clarence Gamble, “The minister’s work is also important and also he should be trained, perhaps by the Federation as to our ideals and the goal that we hope to reach. We do not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellions members.

Parker then calls the Black Genocide argument “noise” and “misleading” and “racial insulting.”

Then, Parker shockingly states that not providing abortion to Black women is the real racism:

“I usually reserve terms like brilliant for a positive thing but it is a dastardly jedi-mind trick,” he said.

“Because it exploits the notion that we, as a society are very uncomfortable with notions of race.And so, you take people who are well-meaning and want to help people who have the greatest need, in this case, disproportionate women of color.And,so the majority of the healthcare system is still White people, mostly white men, although that’s changing with the number of women. So, it really becomes racist NOT to provide this care.” abortionist Willie Parker said.

The abortionist, who slaughters children in the womb, ended his speech by sharing the thoughts he says he visits on a regular basis, “In order for this society to grow great,” he said, “collectively, we must continue to plant trees under which we will never see it sit. What that means for me is – we have to collectively and on an individual basis do things that will not directly benefit us personally – but that they’re the right things to do to make this world the kind of place that we would want to live in.”

Abortionist Willie Parker says that on a pretty consistent basis, he will look into the mirror and repeat that exaltation by, “that wise American sage, Dr. Seuss when he says in the Lorax that unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”

May I remind the abortionists that Dr. Suess is a children’s favorite – like- the ones he kills in the womb.

Abortionist Willie Parker, who claims abortion is sacred and that not offering it to Black women is racist is not a historian and has little to no knowledge of the eugenics movement, Margaret Sanger, or Planned Parenthood’s history. Sadly, Willie Parker is merely one of many Black mouthpieces the abortion lobby has paid off to help eliminate their own race.

If you want a clear and well documented history of abortion and the way it targets the black community- watch the powerful film- Maafa21.