Recently, I was thinking of the damage done to the black community by the abortion industry. The holiday honoring Martin Luther King as well as the anniversary of Roe v Wade & Doe v Bolton fell in the same week. So on the Saturday before the MLK holiday I sent in the following letter to the Dubuque TH. It was published on 22 January which I felt was the perfect day.
I will admit that I was very fustrated because the 250 word limit kept me from sharing so much more than I was able. I had to leave out such facts as Margaret Sanger's speaking to the Klu Klux Klan as well as many other of Sanger's racist quotes.
The few comments are all positive, but I suspect that is due more to the fact that the TH now requires you to use your real name, not an avitar. Those who would hide behind the anonymity would now have to put their racism on display that they try to keep hidden.
Also, I had nothing to do with the title given it by the TH. IMHO their title makes it sound like I think Roe v Wade was a good thing instead of the evil it is.
PS: If you can, please come to hear Dr. King speak here in DBQ on 1 May.
Posted: Thursday, January 22, 2015 12:00 am | Updated: 6:17 am, Thu Jan 22, 2015.
Jan. 22 marks the sad anniversary when the murder of unborn children by abortion became legal in the United States. The same week we honor the Rev. Martin Luther King, who fought for the civil rights of the black community.
Unfortunately, most people are unaware of how the abortion industry is working to destroy that black community.
Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood's founder, described blacks as "human weeds" and "reckless breeders" spawning "human beings who should never have been born." (Pivot of Civilization, 1922).
On Dec. 19, 1939, Sanger wrote Dr. Clarence Gambel about her Negro Project: "We don't want the word to go out that we want to eliminate the Negro population."
Planned Parenthood never repudiated those statements but continues her efforts by locating 78 percent of their clinics in or near minority communities. Blacks make up 12 percent of the population, but have 35 percent of the abortions annually. (Source: blackgenocide.com
Recently, a person told me he applauded Planned Parenthood's elimination of 170,000 blacks annually via abortion. This is only a small sample of the destruction the abortion industry does to the black community.
On May 1, Dr. Alveda King, niece of Rev. King, will speak in Dubuque. She heads Priests for Life's African-American Outreach. She is very outspoken on the damage the abortion industry has done to the black community.
I challenge everyone who wants the truth about blacks and abortion to come and hear her speak.
For more information, contact Dubuque County Right to Life, 563-556-5960.