According to a CNSNews story, “A coalition of pro-life advocates and religious leaders plan to gather in Houston on Jan. 18 to oppose what is expected to be the largest abortion clinic in the country.” I’ve known about this looming atrocity for quite some time. I have been working with the Fifth Ward Pregnancy Help Center for years, and they have worked to oppose this clinic since hearing of Planned Parenthood’s intentions to target our city (and specifically it’s minority community) with its latest and largest abortion mill.
I have been clear in my condemnation of the abortion movement. I have also attempted to expose its commitment to black genocide (see here, here and here, or do a broader search here). This is another case of Planned Parenthood carrying out the desires of its founder, Margaret Sanger. Since Sanger’s “Negro Project,” there has been a concerted effort to exterminate blacks through abortion with little or no opposition. As a result, black women make up less than 15% of the population, but have some 35% of all abortions. For more on the eugenics/black genocide issue, see Concerned Women for America’s excellent article here. Of course, this issue goes far beyond eugenics. This is also an important part of the radical Feminist agenda (since true egalitarianism can only be achieved when the distinction of bearing children is removed).
While there is much more to say on this issue, I will defer at this time to what I have already written. In the meantime, the battle has come to my town, and I intend to spur it on in whatever way I can. Abortion, contrary to our president’s pleas during his speech at Notre Dame, is not an issue on which we can agree to disagree. We can no more agree to disagree on the abortion issue than we could have on the slavery issue. There is an ethical right and wrong here... there is no middle ground.
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Sanctity of Life Series, pt. 2
Here is a repost of a piece that Voddie Baucham wrote on his blog,