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Honoring MLK while advocating abortion? ^ | 4/9/2018 | Mychal Massie

Posted on 04/10/2018 7:42:31 AM PDT by rktman

Margaret Sanger was a rabid racist. The work she promoted and advocated was at its core nothing more than the channeling of her contempt for the poor and uneducated, and specifically, her hatred for blacks, who she argued comprised both poverty and illiteracy. The legacy of her efforts has resulted in the murder of blacks on a level that makes the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) envious.

April 4 marked 50 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We have all watched the disgusting phoniness of those who pretend to care about the loss of the great American statesman; when in reality these contumelious bigots care only about using the murder of Dr. King as a catalyst to foment lies, animus and social discord.

Planned Parenthood and those who applaud the work of same have done more to destroy blacks than Jim Crow and the KKK combined. And yet Erebusic old sots like Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Jane Fonda and emasculated sapiens masquerading as males such as Phil Donahue, Ted Turner, et al., celebrate Planned Parenthood on the same day they pretend to care about blacks in the context of Dr. King’s assignation.

They and all those like them celebrate an industry (i.e., Planned Parenthood) that is singularly responsible for the murder of more blacks in the history of the United States than all diseases, the 94 percent of blacks murdered by other blacks and those killed by the oft maligned white law enforcement, combined. Take a moment and digest that fact.

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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Culture/Society; Philosophy
KEYWORDS: eugenics; pph; sangerisms
Careful Mr. Massie. You're attacking several sacred cows in this little diatribe. And, you are correct. Sad to say, for a certain segment of the population, an abortion is slightly more inconvenient than getting a crown replaced. But, constitutional guarantees right? Right next to the infringement paragraph concerning the 2nd amendment. I really don't like these people.
1 posted on 04/10/2018 7:42:31 AM PDT by rktman
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2 posted on 04/10/2018 7:43:02 AM PDT by rktman (Enlisted in the Navy in '67 to protect folks rights to strip my rights. WTH?)
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Sanger was/is disgusting.

She believed “Black Lives Matter”. How else could one explain/understand her obsession with eradicating blacks.

As an undistingushed black preacher once suggested.... the chickens are still coming home to roost in America

3 posted on 04/10/2018 9:07:40 AM PDT by Honest Nigerian
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To: rktman; Honest Nigerian
This is the letter I send annually on MKL day and during black history month. From: Retain Mike Sent: Friday, January 12, 2018 3:59 PM To: World Letters ( Subject: Roe v. Wade Tarnishes MLK Dream

As “fire eaters” on both sides drove this country towards civil war, Democrats professed an apparent contradiction. They demanded protection for slavery where existing, and the right to take their “peculiar property” into the territories. They demanded the right to trade their property across state lines, and enforcement of the Fugitive Slave Law. Yet during the last heated debates and for years prior, these same people joined the near universal condemnation of the international slave trade.

This contradiction vanishes when understanding the South was being overrun with their property. Democratic Senator Alfred Iverson of Georgia said before Congress in 1861, “We know well that we never can enjoy equal possession of the territories without protection of our property….. They increase, according to the last census bill, at the rate of 32% every ten years.” Meaning the South needed new slave states and plantations to absorb the increasing population.

Over one hundred fifty years later, the Black Community provides voting plurality to the Democrat Party, and adopts their Pro-Choice sacrament of abortion. According to the Centers for Disease Control, black women accounted for about 36% of abortions, though blacks constitute about 14% of total population. Applying antebellum population growth to the post Roe v. Wade period would mean 77 million blacks instead of the 46 million currently living.

So what benefits accrue for blacks providing the Democrat Party about 90% voting support, compared to a mandate for contributing 60% of their humanity to enrich the Democrat slave master’s political status?

The History Civil, Political, & Military of the Southern Rebellion: Volume 1, Page 75

Constitution of the Confederate States of America (Article 1, Section 9 (1)

Roe v. Wade January 22, 1973

CDC Abortion Surveillance 2011 (Table 12)

Black Population in 1973 estimate 22,580,289+((26,495,025-22,580,289)x3)=23,754,710 23,754,709x1.32=31,356,2170; 31,356,217x1.32=41,390,206; 41,390,206x1.32=54,635,072; 54,635072x1.32=72,118,296; 72,118,295x1.07=77,166,576

Abortion and Race

Is Abortion Overused in the Black Community?

Why Are Black Women Three Times More Likely to Have an Abortion?

4 posted on 04/10/2018 10:34:19 AM PDT by Retain Mike
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