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Pastor Stephen Broden: Blatant, Black, Betrayal

Posted in Abortion, Anti-abortion, birth control, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black History Month, Black Pastor, Black Victims, Civil Rights, Maafa21, Margaret Sanger, Pastor Stephen Broden, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, pro-choice, Pro-Life, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , on January 18, 2010 by saynsumthn

Blatant, Black, Betrayal
By: Stephen Broden

Perhaps there is nothing more sinister than a deception designed to cause those targeted to participate in a deep dark plot to facilitate in their own demise. This is exactly what’s happening to black people in America through the efforts of the eugenics movement, Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry. This eugenic deception that is being played out everyday in every black community from sea to shining sea is an expression of an old plan implemented by a group of Darwinian elite racists who have exacted their strategy and tactics in a way to cause the black community to work for its own demise.

Darwinian Eugenics is the belief in the superiority of the Aryan race, particularly above the black race and people of color. Eugenics is the study and practice of selective breeding applied to humans with the aim of improving the species.

The root of this evil plan has its origin in Thomas Malthus, Francis Galton and Charles Darwin. From these men the eugenic movement developed a systematic philosophy based on the arrogant belief of race superiority. Darwin gave it scientific language that legitimized it among the academics and the wealthy. The appeal of this idea was especially attractive to the power elite for the most part in America. Their financial support facilitated organizations, clubs and authors who glorified eugenics in their speeches, literature and books. Men like H.G. Wells and Aldous Huxley set eugenics inside futuristic fiction expressing controlled of society and culture by a power elite. Perhaps the two greatest proponents of eugenics were Adolph Hitler and Margaret Sanger.

The history of the eugenics movement in America is well documented. However, what is not commonly known is how this shadowy movement devised a plan that sought to involve black leadership in its strategy to get black folks to commit racial suicide.

A simple inspection of the eugenics movement and the black community will uncover that leadership in the black community has been complicit in the carnage being perpetrated on babies and women through abortion. Black elected officials, black professionals and even the clergy have worked to aid the culture of death in exterminating the black race in America and even across the globe. This may indeed come as a shock to many, but the gatekeepers in the black community have allied themselves with the evil efforts of the eugenicist to employ the unfettered practice of dysgenics on the very community they pretend to serve.

Margaret Sanger, who was the founder of Planned Parenthood, saw early on that eugenics was the best means possible to exterminate black people. Sanger said:

The campaign for birth control is not merely of eugenic value, but is practically identical with the final aims of eugenics.” Birth Control Review, 1921

For Margaret Sanger and the eugenics movement the final aims of eugenicists was the elimination of inferior races and all “misfits” who did not meet the eugenic standard of superiority. Her target, as it is today, was the “Negro Community.”

Miss Sanger developed a strategy called “The Negro Project.” That strategy sought to employ black professionals and preachers to aid in the extermination black people. Sanger said:

[We propose to] hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. And we do not want 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 rebellious members.

The success of the abortion industry and Planned Parenthood in targeting black women and their babies has been because of their successful implementation of this strategy. The present day evidence of this strategy’s success is seen in the voting records of the Congressional Black Caucus. They have been unflinching in their support of Planned Parenthood, taxpayers funding of abortion and the pro-choice movement. They have supported Planned Parenthood’s deliberate targeting of black youth and they have stood shoulder to shoulder with Planned Parenthood as they build their death clinics almost exclusively in black and minority communities. The Congressional Black Caucus has opened the door to the eugenicists and Planned Parenthood to do their work unfettered on our babies and women. Our gatekeepers, especially the Congressional Black Caucus, have opened the door of our community and the destructive hands of the eugenicists with impunity.

More than 80% of their death clinics are located in the black and minority communities. This is not by accident, it is by design.

On the surface this is almost unbelievable, but could it be that we are witnessing a blatant betrayal by what W.E.B. Du Bois called the Talented Tenth? Mr. Du Bois stood with and supported Sanger’s “Negro Project.”

Darwin’s theory of origin is the motivating philosophy behind the eugenics movement. The presupposition in Darwinism is the belief that man evolved by time and chance circumstances. Darwinists postulate that through the accident of random events, matter and chemicals clashed and, “puff” – life came into existence. Through many years of evolution and by means of natural selection closely connected with the survival of the fittest, we have mankind. You know the theory: a single cell evolved into some kind of fish and the fish grew legs and lungs, came out the water and started the long process of becoming a monkey and then, “puff” – out of trees comes mankind.

Darwin, Sanger and Hitler firmly believe that the Aryan race is the race that is more evolved than all others. They also believe that those who are less evolved are responsible for hindering the evolutionary process because they are imbeciles, unfit and useless eaters who through mix breeding dumb down their purity. Out of this thinking came the idea of engineering a master race, through exterminating the inferior. That engineering process is called eugenics.

Anytime someone steps forward and declare they are superior there will be of necessity someone who is determined inferior; otherwise you cannot define yourself as superior. According to the eugenicists, the inferior race is the black race and people of color.

Darwinists believe that those races that are deemed inferior are competing for the natural resources of the planet. One such Darwinist was Adolph Hitler who said:

In the limitation of this living space lies the compulsion for the struggle for survival, and the struggle for survival, in turn contains the precondition for evolution.

This struggle Hitler is referring to is Darwin’s survival of the fittest. The evolutionary theory postulated by Darwin provided racism its greatest justification to condescend the races. Evolutionary biologist and science writer Stephen Jay Gould in 1977 said:

Arguments for racism may have been common before 1859, but they increased by orders of magnitude following the acceptance of evolutionary theory.”

Gould is affirming in this statement that the evolutionary theory is a more rational reason to believe in the superiority of certain races based upon where that race may be in the evolutionary process.

The premise of the eugenics movement may in fact be the driving cause behind this blatant black betrayal. Inherent in Darwinism is elitism. It is the notion that some are more evolved and therefore have greater intellectual capacity than others. Could this be the reason why our leadership in our community is complicit in what appears on the surface to be a morbid betrayal of our babies and women? Could it be that the attractions of Darwinian elitism cause our leaders to believe they are more evolved intellectually than the average brother or sister in the “hood” and therefore are more allied with the elitists who happen to be eugenicists?

Otherwise, how do we explain the unwavering support given to the abortion industry and Planned Parenthood by the Congressional Black Caucus? How do you explain the silence on the part of black medical professionals in the face of more than 1,500 black babies who are aborted each day? That translates into 10,500 in a week and 546,000 in a year. Why haven’t black pastors organized in every black neighborhood across this nation to push Planned Parenthood out of our communities? Why haven’t we, as a community demanded that the Democratic Party stop pushing their support of black genocide through a pro-choice agenda and expect us not to question how choice is killing off our community and vote for our own destruction?

Those who study demographics tell us that it takes 2.1 kids per family in order for a population to replace itself. Since Roe v. Wade blacks are having 0.9 kids per family. The eugenicists and Planned Parenthood are winning the day. When will we push back against these elitists and stop our extermination?

Steven Broden is the pastor of Fair Park Bible Fellowship Dallas, Texas. He is also a candidate for US Congress in District 30 of Texas.

Stephen Broden is featured in the film: Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America ( Clip Below)

African American Pastor Stephen Broden, expert from Maafa21 and Guest from Glenn Beck, addresses New Orleans Tea Party

Posted in Abortion, American Eugenics Society, Black Genocide, Church, Constitution, Eugenics, Evolution, Glenn Beck, H1N1, Health Care, Maafa21, Margaret Sanger, Pastor Stephen Broden, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, Pro-Life, Racism, Religion with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 9, 2009 by saynsumthn

Pastor tells Metairie ‘tea party’ that the constitution is in danger
By Bruce Nolan, The Times-Picayune
October 08, 2009, 6:30AM

A conservative Texas preacher who defied the Internal Revenue Service by endorsing Sen. John McCain from his pulpit last year sketched a vision of Washington in the hands of socialist ideologues determined to wreck the Constitution and undermine “our Judeo-Christian heritage,” because “what’s best for America is socialism.”

In 52 minutes of razor wire rhetoric, the Rev. Stephen Broden, a black pastor from Dallas, drew at least six standing ovations from a mixed but predominantly white audience gathered by the Greater New Orleans Tea Party.

Quoting from the Bible, the Declaration of Independence and conservative authors like Francis Schaeffer, Broden cast the political struggle partly in religious terms.

Without mentioning President Obama — without naming any Democrats — he said Washington has passed into the hands of people determined “to replace our Judeo-Christian ethic …with secular humanism birthed in atheistic Darwinism.”

Moreover, he said, “the best place to filter out deception is through the word of God.”

Broden, the pastor of the 100-member Fair Park Bible Fellowship, was among several dozen pastors who publicly endorsed Republican candidates, or denounced Obama, from the pulpit last fall, hoping to provoke a free speech court fight with the Internal Revenue Service.

Since then, however, “nothing has happened,” to his disappointment, Broden said before the speech.

Broden has appeared several times on Fox News commentator’s Glenn Beck’s show, preaching that traditional American freedoms are in danger. One of those appearances led to his appearance at the Metairie gathering.

His audience was largely white, middle aged and older. Some said they came out of curiousity. Some, like self-employed home remodeler John Reeser, said they were already deeply concerned.

The crowd prays with the Rev. Stephen Broden during a meeting of the Greater New Orleans Tea Party at the American Legion Hall on Ridgewood Drive in Metairie on Wednesday.Reeser, who described himself as “a guy who never used to get involved,” said he has become energized by the Obama administration and its “total, out of control government spending,” its alliance with labor against business and the prospect of what he thought might be ruinous health care reform.

Ken Steudler, a retired sales and marketing executive, said he was alarmed chiefly by government spending, but to a lesser extent, by evidence the Obama administration is salted with Marxists. He named as an example Mark Lloyd, the Federal Communication Commission’s chief diversity officer, who Steudler said had made remarks sympathetic to Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.

To repeated applause during his speech, Broden struck themes well beyond the denunciation of same sex marriage, abortion and other topics that have marked the culture wars for several decades.

His message was deeper: that the banking, credit card, automotive crises of the last year were all “manufactured” by enemies of traditional American values to deliberately overload government and usher in socialism.

All I have created in the marketplace should not be taken from me and given to someone else. … That idea is anti-Bible,” he said, to strong applause.

In addition, he said “secular humanists” are “are pushing and bludgeoning and butchering our Judeo-Christian heritage.”

If you remove the Christian consensus from the nation, what will determine right from wrong?

Answering questions that lasted another hour, Broden denounced abortion as a form of black genocide, denounced government entitlement programs that he said wrecked the black family and wrote off “the liberal press.”

( Pastor Broden was in the documentary Maafa21) Preview Below:

When one woman asked whether the presence of swine flu might be a manufactured epidemic, Broden allowed that he didn’t know, but he was suspicious. He urged her to double up on her Vitamin C.

Pro-Life Black Pastors Oppose President Obama’s Healthcare Plan in response to endorsement by Pastor

Posted in Abortion, birth control, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Pastor, Constitution, Darwin, Eugenics, Evolution, Health Care, Hitler, Maafa21, Margaret Sanger, Nazi, Obama, Pastor Stephen Broden, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, Racism, Religion, Sterilization with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 28, 2009 by saynsumthn

Pro-Life Black Pastors Oppose President Obama’s Healthcare Plan ‘Outraged’ by Church of God In Christ Bishop Blake’s Endorsement of Obama Healthcare

WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 /Christian Newswire/ — The following statement is in response to the recent public endorsement of President Barack Obama’s healthcare plan by Bishops from the “Church of God in Christ,” led by Bishop Charles E. Blake Sr.

This statement is made by Black ministers and pastors actively involved in the Pro-life Movement, including the chair of the National Black Pro Life Congress, the national director of L.E.A.R.N Inc. (Life Education and Resource Network), and the executive director of the Network of Politically Active Christians. They pastor congregations in California, Texas, North Carolina, Michigan and Washington, D.C.

The Black Pro-life Movement is outraged by the recent endorsement of this administration’s health care proposal by some clergy of the Church of God in Christ.

As God-fearing individuals we encourage COGIC leaders to read and evaluate the President’s plan, including the Capps-Waxman Amendment, rather than merely parroting his words. If unborn children cannot depend on the Church to carefully examine this bill to see if their lives will be protected from state- funded genocide, on whom can they depend?

Such an endorsement does not consider the devastating impact abortion is having in the black community. Over 1,400 black babies each day are lynched out of their mothers’ wombs. Clearly, this rate of prenatal murder in our community outpaces death by heart disease, diabetes, cancer, HIV/AIDS and violent crime combined.

We find it troubling that this endorsement does not acknowledge the deliberate targeting of the black community by Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry, nor decry the mental and physiological impact abortion is having on black women across America.

We recommend in the strongest terms possible that this endorsement be withdrawn until such time that the Obama administration adds language to the health care proposal that specifically prohibits taxpayer funded abortions.


Pastor Stephen E. Broden
Fair Park Bible Fellowship
Dallas, Texas

Pastor Dion Evans
Chosen Vessels Christian Church
Alameda, CA


Reverend Walter B. Hoye
Issues4Life Foundation
Union City, CA

Reverend Dean Nelson
Executive Director
Network of Politically Active Christians
801 K St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20001

dr. johnny hunter

Dr. Johnny Hunter D.D.
L.E.A.R.N Inc. (Life Education and Resource Network)
Fayetteville, North Carolina


Dr. Levon R. Yuille, .D.D
Chair: National Black Pro Life Congress
Host : Joshua’s Trail Talk Show (WDTK)
Member of The Michigan Advisory Committee
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Black pro-life leaders inform and educate during Congressional Black Caucus week

Washington, DC – On the heels of a successful Define the Dream: America’s Health Care Agenda crusade during the Congressional Black Caucus week of events, Prolife African American Leaders are now seeking to engage the COGIC (Church of God in Christ) in positive dialogue regarding COGIC’s endorsement of President Obama’s Health Care Bill.

Dr. Johnny Hunter of LEARN has released an open letter to COGIC urging caution for their endorsement of President Obama’s health care bill.

Some of the leaders, organized by Pastor Stephen Broden of Fairpark Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas, have also issued statements regarding pressing concerns over COGIC’s endorsement, which does not include strong pro-life sanctions, even though many of the COGOC leaders say that they are pro-life.

The Pro-life African American Leaders are working to get the informative genocide expose, Maafa21 into the hands of COGIC and other church leaders across the country as part of their national education campaign. As the campaign continues, the leaders urge people to see Maafa21 and share the film with members of their communities.


“We hope to engage COGIC and other church leaders in meaningful, informative dialogue as the health care debate continues,” said Dr. Alveda King of Priests for Life, who is working with Rev. Arnold Culbreath of Protecting Black Life to contact leaders of COGIC.


Pastor Stephen Broden, President Carter’s Race Card Play is a Red Herring

Posted in Abortion, birth control, Black Genocide, Constitution, Czar, Eugenics, Evolution, Health Care, Hitler, Margaret Sanger, Nazi, Obama, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, Racism, Religion, Sterilization with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 18, 2009 by saynsumthn

The injection of race into the debate surrounding the President’s healthcare plan is a red herring. It only serves to deflect from the real life concerns connected with his health care proposal. After the name calling and the racist pejorative used to quiet opposition, it is still apparent at the end of the day abortion, rationing and end of life counseling in this health care plan is unacceptable and dangerous for all Americans, white, black, brown or otherwise,” said Pastor Stephen Broden, Senior Pastor Fair Park Bible Fellowship and spokesperson for the Black Pro-life Movement, and for the documentary at

It is sad to be reminded that people in power or who have served powerfully are refusing to be educated regarding the issues of Black Genocide or are seemingly seeking to “dumb down” the community’s knowledge of the abortion industries “target audience” since its inception. What is even harder to digest is the blatant disregard for truth by politicians who instill plantation politics to disarm the Black Community. Be the first to yell “RACIST” and the Black Community will follow you. Such is non-sense! The Black Community is smarter than that,” said Pastor Dion Jackson, Senior Pastor of Chosen Vessels Christian Church, a leading Faith-Based Church Organization in Alameda, CA.

Dr. Alveda King, Pastoral Associate of Priests for Life and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., responded today to charges by former President Jimmy Carter and others that opposition to the health care plan backed by President Obama is racist in nature.

Congressman Joe Wilson was disrespectful and he committed a breach of ethics by yelling out during President Obama’s speech. He apologized. The race card rebuttal is a smokescreen to deflect our attention from the issues at hand. We all know how to push the emotional hot buttons, and we know where many of the bodies are buried, including over 50 million aborted babies, one third of whom are Black. Pro-choice politicians should check the facts about the racist eugenics genocidal practice of abortion before calling someone a racist,” said Dr. Alveda King, Priests for Life Director of African American Outreach and Founder of King for America, a Faith Based Social Justice organization.

Civil rights of all Americans, born and unborn is a possible dream. We have written President Obama and members of Congress to ask that they “Define the Dream for America’s Health Care Agenda” by serving women, babies, and the sick and elderly. This is why we are asking the Justice Department to investigate the racist practices of Planned in their study on discrimination in America.”

Members of the Black Prolife Movement will be in Washington, DC next week to address the health care concerns of the African American Community, and to follow up on an open letter they wrote to President Obama in August addressing health care questions.

Check out Maafa21 here: