Protesters will stage actions at the NAACP’s Washington bureau, on April 3, and at the civil rights organization’s national headquarters, in Baltimore, the next day, said Rev. Edward Pinkney, the former head of the NAACP in Benton Harbor, Michigan. “We have given the NAACP a free pass, just like we gave Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson – because they’re Black.” Pinkney wants the NAACP’s non-profit status revoked for acting as an annex of the Democratic Party.
April 3, 2013, 10am – NAACP Branch Office, 1156 15th St. NW, Washington DC 20001
April 4, 2013, 10am – NAACP National Headquarters, 4805 Mt Hope Dr., Baltimore, MD
For more information contact Rev. Edward Pinkney
April 4, 10am
NAACP National Headquarters
4805 Mt Hope Dr. in Baltimore
Who: Church groups, community activists, and black organizations including BANCO (Black Autonomy Network Community Organization).
What: Protest against the NAACP
Why: Demand and end to corruption and misrepresentation by NAACP at all levels and President Ben Jealous, the national board members to resign and members elect the president and a new board.
We will lobby congress to demand that a complete investigation of the NAACP be conducted to show corruption and corporoate influence. We will push for the organization’s 501c3 non-profit status be revoked by the IRS.
We must take action due to the failure of the civil rights organization to represent the best interests of African American communities. Issues range from destruction of the black family, violation of member’s civil and human rights, to the extraordinarily high incarceration rate of black men.
The only word that can define the gross negligence of the NAACP is betrayal. They have abondoned our community’s morality and our economic and educational needs — all for corporate money.
Dear Friends, please read the note and link below sent to me by a concerned young prayer warrior.
Spread the Word, speak the truth, in Agape love.
“Dear Dr. King, I saw how NAACP is threatening to sue LifeNews.com and Bomberger, and I decided to do research on NAACP, thinking, surely they were pro-life. And although Angela Davis, who seemed connected to the NAACP didn’t like Sanger, W.E. DuBois did. And he was a co-founder of the NAACP.”
“I’m a bit surprised, and this article I’m posting a link to, has evidence of the connection to the Urban League, NAACP, and some of our most celebrated leaders, Mary McCleod Bethune who helped Sanger to reach out to the Black community. Even if it was unconscious, almost a 100 years later, it’s hurtful to see.”
“The joy of The Lord is your strength.” – Nehemiah 8:10
Our good friend Rev. Walter Hoye of www.issues4life.org and a youth for life took a moment at the NAACP Image Awards Protest during Black History Month to show the world a victory smile.
Black Prolife leaders from across the country led the protest in LA on February 1, 2013. The night before, the National Black Prolife Coalition and Students for Life hosted a Maafa21.com screening at the University of Southern California.
The youth in the picture with Walter and the hundreds of thousands of youth who attend the walks and marches are proof positive that we are winning because God hears the cries of the children and the repentant prayers of the elders.
“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. – 2 Chronicles 7:14
In light of recent developments, including the NAACP exposé and uncovering of the truth that abortions and contraceptives kill babies and their mothers, we thank God that the truth is getting out.
The NAACP doesn’t like the light of truth being shined on them that they will go to any length to stop us as evident by the recent threat of legal action against Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation, a bullying tactive in an attempt to silence someone who is simply telling the truth.
In the battle to defund planned parenthood and recall abortion, we are always encouraged when the young people join the fight.
Another woman and baby dead by legal abortion and African American and other religious prolife leaders are outraged as the NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus, many in the Christian and political community and others remain silent on the Reproductive Genocide issue.
“The death count keeps rising. Why aren’t our highly visible “leaders” protesting?” asks Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life and post-abortive spokeswoman for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign.
“It has happened again. Another mother has been killed by so-called ‘safe and legal’ abortion,” said Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life. “It happens constantly, in fact, but the abortion industry usually succeeds in covering it up. And even when they don’t, the rest of us succeed in keeping it relatively quiet. Late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart began an abortion procedure a few days ago on a woman who was about 33 weeks pregnant. These abortions are legal, and he performs them at his killing center in Germantown, MD. Yesterday, she developed complications. The abortionist could not be reached. She was taken to the emergency room by private vehicle, and she died,” Pavone explained.
“Women of all ages, shapes, sizes and ethnicities are dying by abortion,” added King who cited the recent death by abortion of Tonya Reaves in Chicago. “My great-great grandfather , Dr. Adam Daniel Williams, a pastor original NAACP founder would be appalled to know that mothers and children are being denied liberty and life at the hands of the abortion/contraceptives industry. We must RECALL ABORTION now.”
Day Gardner, founder of the National Black Pro-Life Union laments, “This recent death adds to the chilling reports of reproductive genocide in America. why is the NAACP silent… again? As a child, I thought the NAACP to be a super hero organization; an organization that would fight racism down to its very core — and like a super hero — it would always stand for truth and justice…fighting boldly for civil rights and freedom for all black people.”
“Apparently, there was some fine print in there that said — except for those children who are too small to defend themselves — we will allow their civil rights to be violated,” said Gardner.
“What bothers me most is the NAACP is very quick to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us. Black women and their unborn children are targeted by the abortion industry while the NAACP looks the other way,” Gardner concluded.
It would seem that the National Black Prolife Coalition is striking a serious nerve and a serious chord in their efforts to expose the blatant Reproductive Genocide Movement in America. When Ryan Bomberger posted an add calling out the National Association for the Abortion of Colored People on his websites, the NAACP squealed real loud, even going to the point of calling their attorneys to apply scare tactics to charge Ryan to back down. The NAACP was also shocked by the aggressive prayer protest hosted by Dr. Johnny Hunter, Pastor Stephen Broden, Rev. Walter Hoye, and other Black leaders of the National Black Prolife Coalition who appeared with local leaders at the February 1, 2013 NAACP Image Awards to demand that the NAACP break ties with the abortion and contraceptives industry, headed up by Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider. The leaders also demanded that the NAACP break ties with the homosexual marriage campaign and return to those values that are life affirming for colored people.
“There really is a National Alliance, Campaign or Association for the Abortion of Colored People. This force to be reckoned with includes Planned Parenthood, the NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus, the abortion supporting political powers that be, and unfortunately the Christian pastors of America who for the most part are watching this debacle play out from the sidelines,” said Alveda King.
“Since 1973, over 55 million babies have been legally aborted – which means slaughtered or killed – in America. Black babies make up nearly one third of the deaths, which is Reproductive Genocide in that the living African American population in America is estimated to be around 13%. Add to these startling figures the deaths and serious injuries of women who are victims of the supposedly “safe, legal and rare” abortions and harmful, invasive contraceptives that the Alliance for the Abortion of Colored People want to keep ramming down our throats while they keep laughing at us all the way to the bank, filling their coffers at the expense of the blood shed by our babies and our women.
“Enough is enough already! Too many babies are dead; too many women are hurt, suffering or dead by acts of abortion. If people really want to advance colored people, they will help the least of these rediscover the lost values that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke of during his lifetime. They will help colored people and all people discover purpose in life. They will help people find jobs, and finish their education. They will recall abortion. They will own up to the duplicities that they attempt to cover up with deceptive ad campaigns that promise to help us when all the time they keep killing us.
“Pray that the voices against this injustice will increase, will grow stronger, and that America will wake up before it is too late,” King concluded.
Washington (Feb 6, 2013) The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) is falsely accusing The Radiance Foundation and its chief creative officer, Ryan Bomberger of “trademark infringement” over an ad campaign that exposes the NAACP’s pro-abortion position.
In response, Radiance and Bomberger, who is black, has asked a federal court to declare that the First Amendment protects their exercise of free speech and that their speech does not infringe on any of the NAACP’s trademarks or other rights. The lawsuit does not seek any damages.
Bomberger has written for several years about the NAACP’s pro-abortion actions, satirically referring to the organization as the “National Association for the Abortion of Colored People.”
“It is ironic that a black man is being sued by the nation’s oldest civil rights group for exercising his most basic civil right—the freedom of speech,” said Bomberger. “This threat of legal action from the NAACP is nothing more than a multi-million dollar organization’s attempt to bully someone who’s simply telling the truth. Our inner-cities are crumbling, two-parent married families barely exist, 72.3 percent of our children are born into homes without fathers, and the NAACP wants to silence me for pointing out its support of abortion.”
Planned Parenthood co-sponsors the NAACP’s annual conventions, and the NAACP has shown its support of the nation’s largest abortion chain by frequently defending it.
Former NAACP President Julian Bond once spoke at a dinner for NARAL and praised the fact that black women have high abortion rates.
Sixty percent of viable black pregnancies are aborted in New York City, the home of NARAL and Planned Parenthood. Statistics show that more black babies are aborted in New York City than are born alive: 1,489 black babies are aborted for every 1,000 born alive.
To educate the public, Bomberger, an adoptee and adoptive father, created the www.TooManyAborted.com abortion awareness campaign. The public ad campaign was the first to expose the eugenic racism that gave birth to Planned Parenthood and the tragic alliance that exists between the nation’s oldest civil rights group and the nation’s abortion giant.
Alliance Defending Freedom allied attorney Charles M. Allen with the Glen Allen, Va. firm Goodman, Allen & Filetti PLLC filed Friday in U.S. District Court in The Radiance Foundation v. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for the Eastern District of Virginia, Norfolk Division.
“The Radiance Foundation has no intentions of being silenced by those who disagree with the facts,” Bomberger declares.
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Black Pro-Life groups protested the NAACP Image Awards this past Friday, February 1, 2013 to object to the NAACP’s cozy relationship with Planned Parenthood and their stance on homosexual marriage.
Although the LAPD was called out to the site, no arrests were made; the protest was notable and effective, garnering the attention of attendees of the event. Both sides conducted themselves with civility.
Black groups kept their word and soundly protested the NAACP Image Awards which included distributing material to people passing by; material that included literature on Tonya Reeves who died after Planned Parenthood waited 5 hours before calling an ambulance after ripping a hole in her uterus. People also were shocked seeing a brochure called “Safe and Legal.” They were so interested that the groups ran out of material to hand out.
Protesters carried signs, handmade and professionally made, using the word “betrayal” referring to the NAACP’s relationship to Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood places about 80 percent of their abortion facilities in minority neighborhoods claiming to do it to provide affordable healthcare to women of lesser means. Abortion is not healthcare! The result is that approximately 18 million blacks have been aborted. That’s about 1/3 of all abortions while Blacks only make up 12 percent of the population.
The protesters even carried signs requesting that Twitter turn their account back on which was suspending for criticizing the NAACP.
Celebrities were not excluded in the outreach effort. The community organizers sent protesters to the celebrity entrance where celebrities were challenged to demand justice of Tonya Reeves while the NAACP is being silent.
Apparently the NAACP took notice as they broke away from their schedule when the early comers starting lining up. Instead of opening doors as planned at 3:00 pm, they opened them at 2:00 pm, an hour earlier. I guess they didn’t want attendees to hear what the protesters had to say.
“We are fired up and won’t back down. We pray that the NAACP will take further notice of the protest and start to represent those they were created to represent instead of turning their backs on them and getting into bed with the organization that’s killing their people,” said the organizers.
The NAACP is crying foul under the onslaught of pressure from its own community. Recently Black leaders, disturbed by the NAACP’s support of Planned Parenthood as well as homosexual marriage and other harmful influences, are suggesting that the NAACP change its name to the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION for the ABORTION OF COLORED PEOPLE.
African-American pastors, churches and community activists are joining the National Black Prolife Coalition (NBPLC), the Life Education and Research Network (LEARN), Black Beret Liberation Movement (BBLM) and the Brotherhood Organization of A New Destiny (BOND), and the Black Autonomy Network Community Organization (BANCO), in protesting the NAACP Image Awards due to the failure of the civil rights organization to represent the best interests of the community.
The issues range from abortion, traditional marriage, destruction of the black family and the extraordinarily high incarceration rate of black men. Protesters from across the nation will assemble in Los Angeles to declare that the NAACP has betrayed the black community. Yesterday, on Thursday, January 31, 2013, they hosted a movie screening of “Maafa 21— Black Genocide in 21st Century America.”
The film was shown at the University of South California’s Taper Hall — THH 301, on the USC Campus. Questions and answers regarding the well documented agenda of Black Genocide and NAACP’s role in this mass-annulation of black Americans ensued.
Friends, we are dealing with a three-headed monster: racism, reproductive genocide and sexual immorality. Together they represent a triple threat in the form of black genocide.
Black genocide is not a scam, nor is it past history; it’s very real, and happening right now in 21st Century America. Year 2013 must be a national year of repentance, remembering, recalling, returning, revival, restoring and reforming!
Challenge the NAACP and other leaders who are betraying the Black Community
CALL FOR A NATIONAL YEAR OF REPENTANCE, REMEMBERING, RECALLING, RETURNING, REVIVAL, RESTORING AND REFORMING!
“IF MY PEOPLE WHO ARE CALLED BY MY NAME (GOD) WILL HUMBLE THEMSELVES AND PRAY AND TURN FROM THEIR WICKED WAYS AND SEEK MY FACE, THEN WILL I HEAR FROM HEAVEN AND FORGIVE THEIR SINS AND HEAL THEIR LAND.” 2 Chronicles 7:14
Calling all churches and community activists to protest the leadership of the National NAACP and other community leaders including the CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS, THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS, and THE ADMINISTRATION for failure to represent the health and wellbeing of the Black community.
This year people of God in churches and community groups will be praying and fasting regarding sin based issues ranging from abortion, traditional marriage, destruction of the black family and the extraordinarily high incarceration rate of black men.
Too many are silent in the face of betrayal and loss. Some are IN BED WITH big money organizations and corporations whose aim is to NEGATIVELY impact the physical and spiritual health of Black America, including the PUSHING of alcohol, cigarettes, dangerous pharmaceuticals, abortion, etc. They have FAILED to address high unemployment in Black America, the high rate of incarceration of Black males, the high school dropouts, the extraordinarily high number and rate of abortions in the Black community, and the lack of marriage among mothers and fathers.
People in high seats of authority know the truth and are refusing to act on it. They are supporting:
The racist agenda of Planned Parenthood
The reproductive genocide of over 20 million Black children
The violation of the civil rights of children in the womb
The dismantling of Holy Matrimony
The promotion of homosexual marriage
They know that Black Women are dying from abortions and
Harmful DEPO (Depo- Provera) shots and are doing NOTHING ABOUT IT.
THEY ARE PROMOTING A FALSE GOSPEL WHICH IS DEADLY TO THE BLACK COMMUNITY AND TO OUR NATION AS A WHOLE. LET US RETURN TO BEING “ONE NATION UNDER GOD, BROTHERS AND SISTERS UNITED IN THE HUMAN RACE, TO ADVANCE THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST, AND TO EMBARCE HUMANITY IN AGAPE LOVE, REPENTANCE, FORGIVENESS AND HUMILITY.
This interesting article came across my desk this week. Another prospective . . . FYI
By Todd Beamon
President Barack Obama is losing favor among many African-Americans because “the fact that you have a first black president is kind of wearing thin,” consultant Clarence V. McKee told Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview.
“They’re realizing that because he’s got a black skin, that doesn’t do anything to help the green color of their money in their pockets,” McKee, a lawyer, government relations consultant, and president of McKee Communications Inc. in Coral Gables, Fla., said. “Blacks are realizing that the Messiah or ‘black Jesus,’ as David Axelrod called him — does not have necessarily a halo over his head to help them economically.
“You’ve got a 14 percent black unemployment rate, 12 percent Hispanic unemployment rate. If you get into the kids and the young people, it’s up to 50 percent. Net worth of blacks and the middle class is being destroyed, black business people being hurt.
“So the fact that you have a first black president is kind of wearing thin because it’s not so much that he was the first black president, the fact is that he’s black and a liberal. A black conservative gets clobbered by the black liberal establishment. Whether it’s Herman Cain, Condi Rice — and so it’s not that he’s just black, he’s a black liberal. We have a lot of opposition to that from the NAACP, who are trying to prop him up.”
McKee said Republicans should focus on issues and themes: “As George W. Bush had said, ‘the soft bigotry of low expectations.’ Nixon and Reagan all had a theme, whether it be family or whether it be neighborhood revitalization. Republicans — in the last eight, nine months — I haven’t heard a thing like that. They’ve got to key in on issues.”
While Mitt Romney has hired Tara Wall — a former journalist, Republican National Committee senior adviser, George W. Bush appointee to handle outreach to African-Americans — “You’ve got to let people know you care about them,” McKee said.
He cited an example from the Mississippi primaries in March: “Charles Evers, the brother of the slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers, was so upset at how the Republican candidates did not pay any attention to the black vote that the last that I heard, he was going to resign from the Mississippi Republican Executive Committee.
“You cannot come in four weeks before a key election, say, ‘Blacks: Vote for me,’ when you haven’t been there in the last five to six years. So you’ve got to go in and show that you care about people. You have to ask for their vote and then have issues that relate to them.
“That’s the key thing, that they actually show an interest. But if you totally ignore people, they say, Why should we?”
The GOP must court African-American voters, McKee said.
“If the present situation continues — and by 2042 or 2050, the Census Bureau says we’re going to have a majority-minority country — and if the Republican Party continues to be a basically white party, and the Democratic Party continues to be a brown-and-black and female party, you’re getting very close to the old post-South Africa apartheid-type of black party, white party [system] — and that’s not good.
“You’re going to have a growing racialization of a political process. That’s not helpful for anybody.
“So the Republican Party has to get out and get black and brown votes. The Democratic Party, if it wants to survive, is going to have to get some white folks and white males — otherwise, you’re going to have these two parties drifting further and further apart. The growing racialization of the parties.”
But this wooing must be strategic, McKee said: “Generally speaking, if you look at the Southern primaries recently, the Republican black vote was no more than 3 percent . . . but in Alabama, Mississippi, you have the highest black populations — we were only getting 2 percent of the black vote.
“That shows that the Republican Party has a lot to do to get the black vote — and not just the black vote, black independents, and black Republicans.
“Don’t even try to go after the masses of black votes. If you look at the key elections when Republicans took the White House — Reagan, Reagan-Bush, George W., and Bush 41 — consistently, there was about 8½ to 11 percent black vote. Consistently. And about 31 percent Hispanic vote.
“Now, in this upcoming election, Republicans are going to have to get that lousy 4 to 5 percent vote they got up to 8 or 9 or 10 percent — and the Hispanic vote up to 30 percent.”
And, echoing former presidential candidate Cain, McKee said both parties are taking advantage of African-Americans.
“Blacks are the only voter group in this country that go to the political poker table,” McKee said, referring to elections. “And the dealer deals the cards. And what do the blacks do? ‘Here’s my hope card’ — therefore you know where they’re going to vote. Irish, women, Hispanics, you don’t know where they’re going. That’s why everyone is going for them.
“So the Republicans say: Why should I waste my money when they’re not going to vote for me anyway? I can put more resources elsewhere — and that’s what a lot of Republicans think. Democrats say, We don’t have to worry about those folks. They’re going to vote for us anyway.”
Citing such rising black Republicans as Fla. Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll, Rep. Timothy Eugene “Tim” Scott in South Carolina, Fla. Rep. Allen B. West and Utah Mayor Mia Love — who is challenging longtime Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson — McKee sees a bigger role for African-Americans in the GOP’s future. He said: “What the problem is, if you look at television and you look at the newspapers, who do you see? Black democrats. The [Congressional] Black Caucus, the NAACP — all of these groups.
“The only voice that blacks are hearing, politically, are from black Democrats who now have a vested interest in the Democratic Party establishment. So they get black people’s votes and white liberal money to stay in office forever. They’re almost like federal judges: It’s a lifetime appointment, until you start getting some more conservative blacks running against them.
“But the Republican Party has to support Republican candidates. Interesting [as] this is, you don’t see any black-elected officials being elected by white democratic constituencies . . . We haven’t promoted ourselves enough.
“We have to groom candidates, so Allen’s a good example. And you know why he’s good? Because the black caucus and the liberals attack him constantly. They’re scared to death of black conservatives.”
McKee acknowledged that blacks are often criticized because they are Republican. He said, “I’m used to it. I know that.” This creates a “silent black majority,” he added.
“In New York City one time, somebody saw me on CSPAN . . . and he said, ‘I don’t agree with you, brother, but you really made some good points.’ I’m talking about a silent black majority. They’re not going to tell everybody, I’m voting for a Republican.
“But we just want them to go into the booth — whether they’re Democrat, independent or what — and vote. They’re not going to tell anybody. That’s why some of these exit polls are skewed; they’re kind of wrong.
“But they have to preach the message. It will resonate quietly.”