Mr. Santorum: Leaders of the Black Prolife Movement Agree that too Many Black Babies are Aborted

On the morning after the Rick Santorum, Al Sharpton abortion debate, many in the prolife community are stunned that a leading figure in the black community so cavalierly dismissed the charges Santorum brought against the abortion industry.

“It was inconceivable for blacks in America to believe that slaves were not stolen from Africa but were sold and freely delivered to the slave traders by other Africans. It is just as inconceivable that blacks today continue in that same spirit of division as we saw on the Hannity Show last night, opined Johnny Hunter of Life Education and Resource Network. Al Sharpton, for the sake of Al Sharpton, railed against Rick Santorum for calling attention to the horrific impact abortion is having on the black community. Shame on him said Dr. Hunter.

Obscuring the heart of the issue that Santorum brought to the forefront, Al Sharpton deliberately redirected the conversation towards a civil rights argument. “I cannot believe that Sharpton called the taking of innocent life in the womb a civil right”, said Alveda King. “This is not the right my father and my uncle gave their lives for. Civil rights protect individual freedoms, not deny them. The right to life is the 21st century civil right that will protect all human beings from conception to natural death and we must all fight for it.

Just as they did in the Plessy vs. Ferguson and Dred Scott cases, the Supreme Court, in 1973, again denied protection to a class of citizens, said Walter Hoye of Personhood USA. Justice Blackmun and the core of eugenicists he collaborated with cloaked their racial intent in the garment of abortion and Al Sharpton has happily agreed to be one of the faces of the Negro Project authored by Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger” he said.

“For more than thirty eight years, abortion has cut into the birthrate of the black community” said Dean Nelson, Vice President of Urban Outreach with Carenet. “The black community must recognize that Roe v. Wade is the modern answer to the lynching and killing fields of the south. It must be stopped”, he said.

“More black children have died by abortion that the seven leading causes of death in the African American community combined, said Catherine Davis of the Network of Politically Active Christians. Since the days of Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers have targeted the black community in order to control the “… growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of” as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg acknowledged in her New York Times Magazine interview in July 2009. We must stop this deliberate decimation of the black community now”.

In America, we subconsciously devalue black babies. We are tricked into thinking a black child has less value than a child of another race. Though U.S. law prohibits discrimination on the basis of race in various contexts, including employment, education and housing, black babies are still openly targeted and discriminated against. This is our battle and we are uniting together to end this last bastion of discrimination in America, said Day Gardner of the National Black Prolife Union.

For more information on Martin Luther King. Jr. and abortion see please read Uncle Martin’s advice column and the truth about Uncle Martin and Planned Parenthood. Part 1 and Part 2.

2 Responses to “Mr. Santorum: Leaders of the Black Prolife Movement Agree that too Many Black Babies are Aborted”

  1. Clyde Swinford says:

    Great article!

  2. CurtissAnn says:

    Thank you, Ms. King, for your fight, for educating us all. I feel near tears at reading your words. For every aborted baby, we are all harmed. May I be as dedicated to pray as you are to educate. Thank you, too, for your example of dignity.

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