Bryan Fischer
December 10, 2008
Barack Obama: the face of black genocide
By Bryan Fischer

Judie Brown of the American Life League pulled no punches at Idaho Chooses Life's annual banquet on Friday night. President-elect Barack Obama, she declared, is now the "face" of black genocide.

A veteran of more than 30 years in the trenches of the battle to protect unborn human life, she reminded guests of President-elect Obama's disastrous record on the pro-life issue, and pointed out the moral atrocity that he is guilty of aiding and abetting against the African-American community.

The President-elect defends the practice of abortion at any time for any reason. Worse, he supports the practice of infanticide, having voted four times in the Illinois senate against legislation that would have guaranteed medical treatment for babies born alive after a botched abortion. Identical legislation passed the U.S. Senate 98-0, putting Obama far to the left even of the most radical pro-abortion lawmakers in Congress.

The problem of abortion is particularly acute in the African-American community. Blacks represent just 12% of the American population, yet 36% of all abortions are performed on black women. Almost 50% of all pregnancies among black women are terminated by abortion.

The vast majority of Planned Parenthood abortion clinics almost 80% by some estimates are located in minority neighborhoods, as if the extermination of the black race was a goal of the organization.

In fact, Planned Parenthood's founder, Margaret Sanger, was quite explicit that the goal of eugenics a philosophy subsequently adopted by Hitler was in fact to get rid of the black race.

As we wrote here last March, Sanger launched "The Negro Project" in 1939, with the specific goal of controlling the birth of "human weeds," Sanger's colorful term for our black brothers and sisters.

However, it was to be a stealth project. Writing a friend in the eugenics movement, Sanger said, "We don't want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population (emphasis added)."

When a prospective donor to Boise's Planned Parenthood wanted his donation targeted to the abortions of black babies (as we wrote here), because "the less black kids out there the better," local staffer Autumn Kersey laughed and said "understandable, understandable," and moments later told the caller she was "excited" to receive such a directed gift.

Count our next president as a friend and supporter of this genocidal effort. As Ms. Brown pointed out, if blinders were removed from the minds and hearts of Americans, President-elect Obama would be seen as the embodiment of the evil directed against helpless children in the womb and, we might add, a traitor to his own race.

© Bryan Fischer

 

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