Clenard Childress
Sean James and Al Joyner -- punked by Planned Parenthood
By Clenard Childress
February 12, 2010

The Plan? — "We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities."

The Purpose? — "We don't want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population"

The Perpetrators? — Planned Parenthood led by the infamous bigot, Margaret Sanger.

The prostitution of African-American iconic figures for the eugenic racist practices of America's leading abortion provider was clearly on display during the commercial break of most viewed event in the United States history with some 106.5 million watching according to Nielsen — Super Bowl XLIV.

Sean James, the retired Minnesota Viking, and Al Joyner, Olympic Gold Medalist in 1984, became willing pawns in the hands of the single greatest killer of African-Americans: Planned Parenthood. They responded on the behalf of Planned Parenthood who was responding to the Tebow Family's decision to refuse aborting Tim Tebow when doctors suggested Tim's mom should abort her child due to sickness. The faith of the Tebow Family did not permit them to circumvent God's word concerning the gift of life. Despite the medical ramifications, they trusted in the Giver of all life, and thus today, we celebrate the Heisman Trophy winner, who also embraces their God — Tim Tebow.

Tormented with thoughts the testimony of the faith of Mrs. Tebow and son Tim would affect the viewing audience, Planned Parenthood hired Sean and Al as their spokes-men, but just in case no one noticed, Tim and Mrs. Tebow are white. Moreover, Planned Parenthood knows they are white. But they also know millions of African-Americans would be viewing the Super Bowl; millions of the community they target with their services for the purpose of inflicting genocide on the African-American community in line with their eugenic philosophy. They also have studied their targeted community and know they would be susceptible to the moving testimony of the Tebows, and were concerned.

How do I know that? Let's go back to the quote taken earlier from a letter from Margaret Sanger to Clarence Gamble, the heir of Proctor and Gamble who was a member of the Eugenic Society with Margaret Sanger. The Plan: We should hire three or four colored ministers. The Purpose: We don't want the word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro Population. Now, what is the most effective way of presenting our plan of abortion and sterilization? I quote from Margaret Sanger: "The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal."

Planned Parenthood was aghast when a "religious appeal" via a faith perspective was on the most coveted prime-time spot in the world suggesting it is wrong to abort a child! Remember, the Tebows white. But who did they get to spin their web of deception? Two African-Americans! Why? That's who they want to keep coming into their clinics: African-Americans at the rate of 1,784 women a day to exterminate their precious children. Planned Parenthood knows the Black community still has a strong faith component but it would have been way too obvious to get a hireling preacher to do their dirty work so they settled on staying within the context of the event getting two athletes, but they had to be Black!

Dr. Martin Luther King taking a quote from Victor Hugo said, "If a soul is left in darkness, sins will be committed. The guilty one is not he who commits the sins but he who causes the darkness." Sean James and Al Joyner were hired colored ministers with engaging personalities and social service backgrounds. They were perfect candidates for Planned Parenthood who creates the darkness and victimizes mothers and innocent babies for their lucrative profits and atrocious racist ideology.

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Clenard Childress

Rev. Dr. Clenard H. Childress, Jr., is the senior pastor of The New Calvary Baptist Church in Montclair, NJ. He is the founder of the website and president of Life Education And Resource Network, Northeast. LEARN is the largest African-American pro-life group in the US... (more)


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