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Where is the BLM outrage?
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Barbara Kralis, RenewAmerica analyst
September 27, 2017


Will someone remind the anti-American BLM (Black Lives Matter) rioters and protesters that black populations today in Africa are still being sold as slaves – for example, in Libya, where thriving "slave markets" are buying and selling African migrants and refugees. Where is the BLM outrage?

Citing the United Nations agency International Organization for Migration (IOM), Reuters reports, "Growing numbers of African migrants passing through Libya are traded in what they call slave markets before being held for ransom, forced labor or sexual exploitation."

According to Reuters,
    West African migrants interviewed by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) have recounted being bought and sold in garages and car parks in the southern city of Sabha, one of Libya’s main migrant smuggling hubs.

    Migrants are traded for between $200 and $500 and are held on average for two or three months, Othman Belbeisi, head of the IOM’s Libya mission, told journalists in Geneva.

    “Migrants are being sold in the market as a commodity,” he said. “Selling human beings is becoming a trend among smugglers as the smuggling networks in Libya are becoming stronger and stronger.” The migrants – many from Nigeria, Senegal and Gambia – are captured as they head north towards Libya’s Mediterranean coast, where some try to catch boats for Italy.

    Along the way they are prey to an array of armed groups and smuggling networks that often try to extort extra money in exchange for allowing migrants to continue.
The Reuters report quoted the IOM as saying, "Most migrants are used as day laborers in construction or agriculture. Some are paid and others are forced to work without pay. About women, we heard a lot about bad treatment, rape and being forced into prostitution.”

Reuters added,
    Some migrants who cannot pay their captors are reportedly killed or left to starve to death, and when migrants die or are released, others are purchased to replace them....

    Migrants are buried without being identified, with families back home uncertain of their fate.

    “What we know is that migrants who fall into the hands of smugglers face systematic malnutrition, sexual abuse and even murder,” Mohammed Abdiker, IOM’s Director of Operations and Emergencies, said in a statement. “We are hearing about mass graves in the desert.”
Again, where is the BLM outrage?

But most stunning is the reality of the black population in America that is being openly eradicated by licensed doctors and nurses with the permission of pregnant black women through the abortion industry, which kills 1,500 black babies every day in the U.S. through the auspices of Planned Parenthood (PP) alone. Where is the BLM outrage?

Thousands of independent abortion killing mills are legally allowed to also operate independently of PP, adding exponentially to the number of black babies killed daily. Where is the BLM outrage?


These black minority abortions happen at a shockingly high ratio of 33% of all abortions committed in the U.S. alone, while the black population barely makes up only 13% of total U.S. population. [1] Where is the BLM outrage?

Black populations are still "allowing" themselves to be "sold out" as slaves of Planned Parenthood. Thousands of black women are hired by Planned Parenthood every year to help kill their own race.

PP murders more blacks in one year than the evil Ku Klux Klan – the anti-negro organization revived by the Democratic Party National Convention in NYC in 1924 at their anti-negro "Klan Bake" – ever could murder in hundreds of years. Yet, prominent medical groups and social elites such as Bill and Melinda Gates (who have given millions of dollars to PP), as well as the Susan G. Komen Cancer Foundation "Walk," the NAACP, and major television networks and Hollywood creatures, actively support and promote the genocide of blacks in countless ways.

Recent statistics reveal that black women abort their children at a rate 4.8 times greater than white women. How smart are BLM protesters? Where is the BLM outrage against this abortion genocide today?

The Center for Disease Control puts the reality another way: One out of every five white mothers' pregnancies ends in abortion, compared to one out of every two among black mothers.

Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger (1883-1966) reiterated often that couples who chose contraception or sterilization should be rewarded; [2] and that the world must eradicate the blacks from our populations because they are less than human. [3]

Sanger spent her entire life promoting birth control through eugenics with her "Negro Project," intending to eradicate the Negro, immigrants, the poor, and the infirm. Sanger said eugenics is "the most adequate and thorough avenue to the solution of racial, political, and social problems." [4]


Where is the BLM outrage and protest over today's modern genocide and slavery, not just over 16th-19th century European and African slavery that we no longer control.

According to President Abraham Lincoln, the Democratic Party was "the Champions and Party of Slavery" during the Civil War, noted for having opposed the Thirteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which freed the slaves; the Fourteenth Amendment, which guaranteed equal rights for Negroes; and the Fifteenth Amendment, which gave Negroes the right to vote after the Civil War. [5] Where is the BLM outrage at the Democrat Party?

Today, Black Lives Matter should focus its efforts on stopping abortion genocide, since black lives really DO matter.

Notes:

[1] Summary of Vital Statistics 2009 in the City of New York:

[2] (Birth Control in America, The Career of Margaret Sanger, by David Kennedy, p. 117, quoting a 1923 Sanger speech).

[3] Sanger wrote in her "Plan for Peace." (Birth Control Review, April 1932).

[4] Pivot of Civilization, by Margaret Sanger, l922, p. 80.

[5] Dinesh D'Souza, former President of The King's College, NYC, well-known Christian commentator, author of numerous books, content taken from 'The Big Lie,' published by Regnery Publishing, July 31, 2017.

© Barbara Kralis

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