Maafa21 – Racism – Eugenics – American Eugenics Society – American Birth Control League – Planned Parenthood: History of Planned Parenthood

African Americans are voting themselves out of existence… This is staggering…

When African Americans on the street were asked the question

“What would you say is the number one cause of death in the African American community?”

they came up with the following responses:

“Heart disease.”

“HIV/AIDS.”

“Diabetes.”

“Cancer.”

“Gang Violence.”

The real answer to that question?

“Since 1973, legal abortion has killed more African-Americans than AIDS, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and violent crime combined. Every week, more blacks die in American abortion clinics that were killed in the entire Vietnam war. And the largest chain of abortion clinics in the United States is operated by Planned Parenthood.”

– This is documented starting at 1:03:30 in the video.

Over half of Black pregnancies in the United States end in abortion.

Tens of thousands of Black Americans have been sterilized.

56 million abortions have been committed in the United States since Roe v Wade.

37 percent of those abortions have been committed against 12 percent of the population: the Black population.

Planned Parenthood grew out an organization which was created to reduce the Black population.

So where did we get Planned Parenthood? This video will blow you away…

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2 Responses to Maafa21 – Racism – Eugenics – American Eugenics Society – American Birth Control League – Planned Parenthood: History of Planned Parenthood

  1. Lisa Manning says:

    Ok, so you can hate me for posting this. First, I am proud to say that I am an African American woman. Just recently, my husband and I welcomed our first daughter into the world! Did you read that my HUSBAND and I welcomed our child into the world, TOGETHER? (I was married to this man for more than four years before becoming pregnant and prior to marriage, we dated for over seven years) The African American teenagers and women who are requesting abortions are getting what they ask for! No one person is holding a gun to these women and telling them to get an abortion, they are making a conscious decision to have such a procedure done. Why are our women doing this? Well, I will tell you why, little ShaNayNay was dating this guy DayShawn for a month or so and she decided to have sex with him because he told her that he loved her and she knows that Mokia down the street likes him and if she does not break him off that Mokia will. Why would ShaNayNay care if she gets pregnant? ShaNayNay’s mother was able to raise her all by herself and she turned out fine! ShayNayNay’s mother had several other children and unfortunately, some were taken away by Child Protective Services and placed on the adoption list (along with the other long list of minorities listed on the state’s site). Oh and ShaNayNay’s mother did not graduate high school and she sustained a living by receiving governmental assistance. ShaNayNay’s grandmother was married to her grandfather but he died when she was only five, so being married never crossed ShayNayNay’s mind. ShaNayNay almost graduated high school but she fell short because no one else in her family graduated high school and they are all fine so why should she waste her precious time on such foolishness? DayShawn never graduated either and his mother raised him as well. He does not know his father. From DayShawn’s prospective he can get some sexual attention from not only Mokia down the street but now also ShaNayNay! If he gets either girl pregnant so what!? He can just bounce, heck his mother raised him and his father was not around. So he really gets to eat his cake and ice cream! Two months later ShaNayNay finds out that she is pregnant and not only is she pregnant with DayShawn’s child but so is Mokia! This frustrates ShaNayNay and she opts to get an abortion at the local Planned Parent Hood.
    Now, am I mad at ShaNayNay for getting an abortion? No. Why? Because ShaNayNay getting an abortion has eliminated that child from being raised by impoverished parents. In my opinion, this is the best thing ShaNayNay could have done. While ShaNayNay had an abortion Mokia decides to keep her child and she is left to raise her “little man” all by herself. She now receives WIC assistance for food and she has obtained housing provided by the HUD program, she even has daycare assistance since she works part-time at McDonalds at the age of 20. Mokia leaves her “little man” with whomever she can so she can go out and have some fun with her friends by getting drunk and smoking weed. Mokia has been arrested a few times because she is now dating a “real thug” who makes heck of money by selling drugs, but she does not care. She can now get her nails and hair did and buy Apple Bottom jeans! Her “little man” is now falling by the wayside because now he is a ward of the state since Mokia is now in prison. Mokia’s mother told Child Protective Services that she done had all of her kids and she aint raising nobody else’s. Poor “little man” just repeats this cycle. But my response and your article is like preaching to the choir. White Americans will read this and say yep, this is why we look at African Americans the way that we do! So now, their thought that most African Americans are impoverished bums is validated. At the same time, the elite African American population makes strides to persuade white America that this description betrays only a segment of the African American race!

    Wake-up!! Birth control and abortion serve a purpose and if a parent to be is not ready to provide all the necessary things to sustain a healthy child then so be it! It’s their choice.

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    • rightbill says:

      Hi Lisa,

      God loves you, so why shouldn’t I?

      Congratulations on the birth of your daughter! Our first child is also our only daughter, and I know yours is as beautiful as ours.

      No one person is holding a gun to these women and telling them to get an abortion, they are making a conscious decision to have such a procedure done.

      Actually, about 2/3 of women getting abortions in the United States do so under duress, either from the father of the child or one or both parents or some other source. To say that these women are not being told, at gun point, to abort their children is simply not true. http://www.unfairchoice.info/pdf/FactSheets/ForcedAbortions.pdf http://www.mccl.org/forced-abortion.html

      little ShaNayNay was dating this guy DayShawn for a month or so and she decided to have sex with him because he told her that he loved her and she knows that Mokia down the street likes him and if she does not break him off that Mokia will.

      This is a reason to have sex with DayShawn? Women, white, black, brown or any other color, need to respect themselves. If a man doesn’t respect a woman, she should have nothing to do with him. That many women do NOT respect themselves and allow themselves to be used is a big problem in society today. But it doesn’t justify the taking of innocent human life.

      Why would ShaNayNay care if she gets pregnant? ShaNayNay’s mother was able to raise her all by herself and she turned out fine!

      Please define “fine”?

      Poor “little man” just repeats this cycle.

      You hit it right on the head here – “repeats the cycle.” What has to be done is to “break the cycle”.

      Lisa, none of what you wrote in any way detracts from the point of the article. On the contrary, it only serves to reinforce what it says – that the African American community – as well as every individual who voluntarily extinguishes the life of the most helpless of human beings – is the victim of decades of anti-life propaganda. It’s a mindset that has flourished in the fertile ground of contraception. http://thecatholicme.com/2011/03/18/contraception-2/

      You are correct on one thing, though. Birth control and abortion do serve a purpose. But it’s not a heavenly purpose…

      Prayers coming your way…

      God Bless You…

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