February is Black History month each year. During those days many distinguished black Americans are recognized for their achievements. Each of them deserves their recognition and all Americans should praise them for what they have done. However, a group of African Americans will never be heard because their voices have been silenced before they could even speak for themselves. These are the aborted babies of the black communities in America.
Pro-abortion is anti-black as 40% of all black children are aborted in America and 60% in New York City. In addition New York City aborts more of their black children than they permit to be born. While we hear about the black support of President Obama, his support of Planned Parenthood has created black genocide for the African American community of America. Black babies are 3 times more likely to be murdered in the womb as a white baby.
African Americans make up 12% of the United States’ population but 37% of the abortions. This is seen as a sustainability issue for the African American race. “The most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb” cried out a billboard some time ago in a major U.S. city. Many objected but the statistics prove it true. There is no shortage of African American Liberal leaders who advocate for abortion while failing to admit the genocide and civil rights issues that abortion has blinded their eyes toward. Planned Parenthood has replaced the Klu Klux Klan and has infiltrated the NAACP.
Margaret Sanger’s American Birth Control League and other similar groups formed Planned Parenthood in March 1925. On its board, Dr. Adolphus Knopf spoke at a birth control gathering in New York City about the black and yellow menace in America. Another board member, Lothrop Stoddard, a Harvard graduate praised the Third Reich’s eugenic practices as being scientific and humanitarian. A third member of the board, Dr. Harry Laughlin spoke of purifying American “breeding stock” and purging American “bad strains.” Sanger added to it speaking of sterilizing the “unfit” for the salvation of the American civilization.
Sanger’s first attack was on the Christian faith when in 1934 she stated that Catholics were the only opposition to her proposals and were genetically inferior. She went on to encourage friends to intimidate Catholic voters characterizing them as a minority who desired to dictate their faith to non-Catholics. The truth is that Protestants had held a parallel view for centuries.
Sanger’s vision to attack black Americans’ reproduction surfaced in 1939. Dr. Clarence Gamble of Proctor and Gamble fame became regional director for Sanger in the South and in November of 1039 wrote up the “Negro Project.” He suggested a road show with a black minister, nurse and doctor posing as a revival meeting to attract people. Sanger’s response to the proposal was, “we do not want word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the one who can straighten that idea out if it occurs to the more rebellious members.”
Later Alan Guttmacher, President of Planned Parenthood at the time agreed when he stated that birth control would produce a situation where “minority groups who constantly outbreed the majority will no longer persist in doing so…”
In the face of such glaring hostility of the African American race, a list of African American leaders has come forward with a far different view of the future for African Americans in America. This is far different from what the liberal media presents that they “know best” for blacks and what kinds of them are “appropriate” as they tell them the position to take on issues.
Dr. Ben Carson is a doctor of Pediatric Neurosurgery at John Hopkins Hospital. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President George W. Bush. He is also a philanthropist supporting Carson’s Scholars Fund which helps youth with exceptional academic and humanitarian accomplishments. He also cofounded Angels of the OR which assists families with non-covered medical care expenses. He came from a large family, had a single parent mother who was illiterate. Sanger’s parameters would have definitely included him to be aborted to the great loss of America. How many more have been aborted who could have made a difference in America?
Another great black Christian leader is Dr. Kneeland Brown, Executive Director of the Focus Leadership Institute. Coming from the South, growing up during the civil rights movement, he saw the spiritual issues needing to be addressed during that time and desires to speak to cultural issues today. His responsibilities are to help college students combine scholarship and faith into practice. He holds a doctorate from the University of Southern California.
When elected officials fail to address the real issues of our day, a younger generation rises up through other means to address them.