This week, as many gathered to mourn the 42nd anniversary of legalized abortion in America, many African Americans spoke up about Black Genocide from abortion in their communities.
Rev. David Young spoke at a pro-life event focusing on “Black Lives Matter — Every Life Matters,” where, according to a story published by New Castle News, Young painted a picture of a centuries-long effort to marginalize and diminish American blacks.
Young pointed out that African Americans are being targeted with a disproportionately high number of black abortions. The article states:
Since 1973, when the Supreme Court legalized abortion, 58 million lives — including up to 23 million black infants — were ended by the procedure, Young said.
“I am African American, I know what racism is,” he declared. “But we in the African American community should be just as upset that 23 million of us have been killed by our own people.”
Young cited statistics showing that although blacks make up just 13 percent of the general population, they have 35 percent of the abortions in America. Similarly, in Pennsylvania, they comprise 11 percent of the population, but in 2013, had 42 percent of the abortions.
“How did such a culture of death infiltrate America?”
The beginning of the answer, he said, goes back to the days of slavery.
A teaser published on the Maafa21 website reads, “They were stolen from their homes, locked in chains and taken across an ocean. And for more than 200 years, their blood and sweat would help to build the richest and most powerful nation the world has ever known. But when slavery ended, their welcome was over. America’s wealthy elite had decided it was time for them to disappear and they were not particular about how it might be done. What you are about to see is that the plan these people set in motion 150 years ago is still being carried out today. So don’t think that this is history. It is not. It is happening right here, and it’s happening right now.”
The film goes on to expose the ties that Planned Parenthood’s founder had to eugenics and the real agenda behind the organization.
That may be why, this week, Ryan Bomberger penned an open letter to Planned Parenthood president, Cecile Richards where he asked that they, “Stop Targeting Black Babies in Abortions.”
“Today’s Planned Parenthood isn’t like it was during Margaret Sanger’s days. And you’re right. It’s worse,” Bomberger who founded the Radiance Foundation wrote, “Back then, black communities and other designated “unfit” citizens were targeted with birth control. Today, your blood-soaked abortion empire kills the “unwanted” over 330,000 times a year. Yes, I can already hear you proudly proclaim: “Three percent!” As if killing human beings only 3% of the time is okay. I wonder if the American public would be okay with just 3% of their food tainted with toxic sewage. It’s only three percent,” he said.
Ryan Bomberger published this show vid a year ago to drive home the message “Too Many Aborted”
More and more we are witnessing the African American community taking a stand for life and opposing what abortion is doing in their communities.
This week, on the anniversary of the law which legalized abortion on demand, we see more Blacks speaking out with the message that “Black Lives Matter even in the womb.”
John Lomperis who writes for the Institute on Religion and Democracy Blog, described his experience at the March for Life in Chicago where he stated that,”among the more memorable signs I saw on our bi-partisan side were “#BlackLivesMatter Begins in the Womb!”
Day Gardner, president of the National Black Pro-life Union was on EWTN this week addressing how abortion is devastating the African American Community.
She also said that the Black pro-life community is growing, “We’ve developed a web of Black pro-life organizations. We have a much larger footprint and we are all about saving the lives of as many children as possible and protecting the women.”
We located this interview conducted by Facing Life Head On, with Black lack church leaders, Denise and Brian Walker, who speak openly about how their abortion has affected them.
The couple said the church should be a sanctuary for those facing an unplanned pregnancy. But, they also point out that abortion has affected many within the church, “It’s very real, it’s in the pews and I dare say, it’s in the pulpit. Abortion is not a respecter of persons and it affects leaders, it affects leader’s families and children. And it’s really an opportunity to evangelize. It’s one of those evangelism fields that’s not talked about very much,” Brian stated.
Also interviewed was Rev. John Stevenson who addressed the failure of church leaders to speak out on abortion.
“Unfortunately, we as Christian leaders, have not led with the courage that I believe we now have the opportunity to lead from that says we need to address these issues, we need to stand up for what we believe is right.”
In addition, Life Dynamics’ monthly TV show, Life Talk TV, will have a segment on the black community stand against abortion. Special guest Walter Hoye, will speak about a rally in Oakland, California he organized, which will expose Black Genocide from abortion. The show will be available to view online during the month of February 2015 here.
This week, J. Kenneth Blackwell, who works as a policy board member of the American Civil Rights Union, spoke against abortion in an editorial published by the Washington Times on the 42nd anniversary of Roe V. Wade, which legalized abortion on demand in America.
Blackwell wrote, “Abortion is the greatest threat to black lives in America today. People who claim to represent the black community while also abetting the black holocaust — abortion — are hypocrites. Any “civil rights leader” who genuinely believes that “black lives matter” should be working to see that every black baby is accorded the very first civil right — the right to life.”
Also from his editorial, entitled, “Aborting black America: The ‘black lives matter’ slogan excludes the unborn”
Today, on the somber anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, it’s time for black leaders to face up to the real danger threatening black lives in America. It isn’t the police. According to an anti-police brutality organization, the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, 313 blacks were killed by “police, security guards and vigilantes” in 2013. It isn’t even black criminals, who, as Rudy Giuliani famously pointed out on “Meet the Press,” are responsible for 93 percent of violent deaths among blacks. Sources estimate that between 6,000 and 8,000 blacks are murdered each year.
No, the greatest danger to blacks is found precisely where we ought to be safest: in our mothers’ wombs. In 2010, the most recent year for which statistics are available, 138,539 black babies were aborted…
I’ll say it again: 138,539 black babies, nearly one baby in three, were killed in the womb in 2010. According to the CDC, between 2007 and 2010, innocent black babies were victimized in nearly 36 percent of the abortion deaths in the United States, though blacks represent only 12.8 percent of the population. Some say the abortion capital of America is New York City. According to LifeSiteNews, the city’s Department of Health reported that in 2012, more black babies were aborted (31,328) than born (24,758). That’s 55.9 percent of black babies killed before birth. Blacks represented 42.4 percent of all abortions.
Legalized abortion is working out exactly as Margaret Sanger intended. Sanger, the founder of the nation’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, was part of the eugenics movement back in the 1930s. Her goal was to use abortion to cull what she considered inferior races from the human gene pool. According to Sanger, “Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated.” She opened her first abortion clinics in inner cities, and it’s no accident that even today, “79 percent of Planned Parenthood’s abortion facilities are located in black or minority neighborhoods.”
Sanger’s vision continues to this day today and Life Dynamics is helping to expose the realities in the black community.
Interested persons can contact Life Dynamics for details here.