Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Abortion is Black Genocide



If you can't listen to the whole video, move your cursor to the point at around 4 minutes, 13 seconds. What you will hear is

...in 2004, in the United States, for every 8 black babies born, 10 blacks die. In 2005, for every 9 black babies born, 10 blacks die. What these genocidal trends depict is that blacks in America are dying at a faster, greater rate than we are being born. And my prayer is that somebody will stand up, take notice, and help us to stop this killing before it's too late. Become educated and get involved. Become educated, and get involved. Become educated and get involved. - Reverend Arnold Culbreath, Protecting Black Life


Black Americans form 11% of the US population, but black women have 37% of all abortions performed in the country. What does this mean?

One out of every two black children is aborted

At the end of this month, the Women's Centre of St. Mary's University in Halifax is hosting a conference called Trust Women. One of the key topics is abortion since the conference is focused on the reproductive rights of women. One of the speakers is Loretta Ross, founder and national director of SisterSong, a group comprised of women of various coloured races, uniting to campaign for reproductive justice. Loretta Ross is an African American who campaigns for women to have abortions so that they can be better mothers to the children they wish to have. No mention of the side effects of abortion on women's bodies and psyches. No recognition that many of us came into this world as surprises, thank God our mothers didn't abort us because we weren't as wanted as perhaps they might have liked. Surprises yes, mistakes no.

How can this woman spout what she does? Does she not realise what is being done to her race by Planned Parenthood? Hasn't anyone told her? Or is she so blinded by her own personal life tragedies to think that the course she is following will bring true justice to women of minority groups?

I am appalled that St. Mary's University is once again being led by a group of biased feminists, the Women's Centre (same group that prevented Jose Ruba of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform from speaking last winter). They will be presenting falsehood to the student body, they will be pushing their lies about abortion and reproductive rights to unsuspecting young women. Their list of speakers include Joyce Arthur, well known for being extreme even amongst other pro-choice feminists.

An email to the Women's Centre, requesting permission for a group that has a different view on abortion, to have a table at this conference, was not answered. Why am I not surprised?

As one student said to me, this Women's Centre does not listen to anyone but themselves. And he objects to his tuition fees being used to help fund the Women's Centre, which has an agenda that he does not wish to support.

h/t www.geraldnadal.com

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