Joseph Pecar
February 12, 2009
Obama -- the face of America's black genocide?
By Joseph Pecar

As evidence that the practice of abortion in America constitutes a Black genocide, consider the following testimonies:

1. "The number one cause of death in the African American community has been abortion. . . . . Since 1973, twice as many Black Americans have died from abortion than from AIDS, accidents, violent crimes, cancer, and heart disease combined." From an Oct. 16, 2008 article by Black Catholic Bishop Martin Holley.

2. "We make up about 12% of the population and about 34% of all abortions are Black babies. In the last 36 years over 17 million African American babies have died by abortion alone." (That is one third of our present Black population.) From a speech by Black Pastor Luke Robinson at the March for Life in Washington D.C., Jan. 22, 2009.

3. "The early seduction of Black Americans by the Birth Control League and Margaret Sanger's (Planned Parenthood's founder) eugenics programs set into motion today's dilemma. From the beginning, the birth control movement's 'Negro Project' (launched in 1939) was especially appealing to eugenicists determined to check the climbing birthrates of those they defined as the 'unfit.'" From an Oct. 28, 2008, Witherspoon Institute publication by Anne Hendershott.

4. "The aim of ... [The Negro Project] was to restrict — many believe exterminate — the black population. Under the pretense of 'better health' and 'family planning,' Sanger cleverly implemented her plan. What's more shocking ... is Sanger's beguilement of black America's crème de la crème — those prominent, well educated and well-to-do — into executing her scheme. Some within the black elite saw birth control as a means to attain economic empowerment, elevate the race and garner the respect of whites." From a May 10, 2001 article, "The Negro Project — Margaret Sanger's Eugenic Plan for Black Americans" by Tanya L. Green.

5. Rev. Johnny M. Hunter, National Director of Life, Education and Resource Network (LEARN) exposed Planned Parenthood's nefarious extermination motivations and the monumentally effective duping of Black leaders by declaring at the "Say So" March on Columbus Day 1999, that the Negro Project has had lasting repercussions in the black community: "We have become victims of genocide by our own hands."

6. "We must demand an end to the victimizing of African American children, women, families and communities by Planned Parenthood and others in the abortion industry. Over 80 percent of Planned Parenthood clinics are located in minority neighborhoods." From Bishop Holley's article.

7. "Nearly half of all African-American pregnancies end in abortion." From Anne Hendershott'a article.

8. Dr. Clenard H. Childress, Jr., Black Pastor of The New Calvary Baptist Church in Montclair, NJ and founder of summarizes the situation with this revelation. "According to Allan Guttmacher's statistics, today the most dangerous place for an African-American to be is in the womb of their African-American mother."

During the campaign Barak Obama made his pro-Abortion stance clear. On July 17, 2008, at a Planned Parenthood meeting the Senator stated that the first thing he would do as President is sign the Freedom of Choice Act (F.O.C.A.), which he co-sponsored.

This proposed legislature would remove all now legal restrictions on abortion throughout the U.S.: including parental notification laws, restrictions on partial-birth abortions, conscience protection laws for health care providers, required ultrasounds before an abortion, etc. The act would also force the issue of taxpayer-funded abortion on both the federal and state governments.

On January 22, 2008, the 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Mr. Obama said: "Throughout my career, I've been a consistent and strong supporter of reproductive justice and have consistently had a 100 percent pro-choice rating with Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America."

Before the end of the first week of his Presidency Obama showed himself to be true to his "100%" pro-abortion rating. By Executive Order he overturned the ban on federal funding of international organizations that perform abortions.

Using Obama's mantra in his March for Life speech Pastor Robinson declared, "We need change and we need it now." He then pleaded, "Please Mr. President, be that agent of change that can commute the sentence of over 1400 African American children and over 3000 children from other ethnic groups sentenced to die every day in this country by abortion. I pray with so many others that your administration will preside over the end to abortion and to the Black genocide in America. At the conclusion of your term in office, may it never be said that you presided over the largest slaughter of innocent children in the history of the country and that African Americans became an ever increasing minority under your hand."

Are we Americans to hope that the first Black President will come to see the reality that African Americans have been, and continue to be, especially targeted by the eugenics inspired abortion industry? When asked "At what point is a baby entitled to human rights?" Obama answered "That is above my pay grade." That's somewhat surprising since if one were to present an anatomically correct model of a fetus at 10 weeks to kindergartners and ask them what it was they would all answer: "It's a baby!"

However, even assuming Obama is sincere when he claims to be unable to discern when an "individual" becomes a human being, unless he is frighteningly obtuse he cannot deny that the way Abortion is practiced in America indisputably amounts to Black genocide. We can be just as sure of this as we are that Hitler's Germany committed genocide — the principal difference being that whereas Hitler slaughtered 6 million living Jews, sadly America's genocide has already prevented over 17 million Blacks from ever being born.

In 2001 Obama was the only member of the Illinois Senate to speak against bills which sought to provide medical care for abortion survivors. These babies were routinely left to die on cold steel tables without even comfort care — or placed alone in soiled linen closets until they died.

Worthy of note is that identical Born-Alive Infant Protection legislation was approved by the U.S. House of Representatives in 2002, and passed unanimously in the U.S. Senate 98-to-0. Obama failed to see the horror which otherwise virulently pro-abortion lawmakers recognized as infanticide. Even pro-abortion groups like NARAL offered no objection to the legislation.

If Margaret Sanger were alive today, she would undoubtedly take particular satisfaction that after 70 years of bamboozling an almost continuous string of ministers and other prominent Black leaders into unwittingly supporting her Black genocide objectives, that now the first Black President of the United States may have also fallen prey to her wiles.

If we take Obama at his word that for over twenty years, although he was closely associated with, admired and considered Reverend Jeremiah Wright a mentor, he never once suspected him of being radically anti-American, it might be reasonable to attribute Obama's legislative record, campaign rhetoric, and viciously pro-abortion ideology to inexperience, naiveté and bad judgment.

However, inexperience naiveté and bad judgment is the best we can think of Obama. If he is and was fully aware that the practice of Abortion in America directly causes Black genocide, and to get elected or for some other reason he supports and promotes these horrific procedures anyhow, then the only conclusion one can reach is that he is a most despicable person — and a traitor to his own race. As one who doesn't recognize infanticide whilst both Houses of the U.S. Congress did, Obama may well become the infamous face of America's Black Genocide.

Obama's role aside, should it not be a matter of great National shame and outrage that America overtly supports genocide within its own shores, and now wants to expend tax dollars to export the practice to indigent people worldwide? Are our Government leaders and those who control the media degrading the moral fiber of the country to the extent that, like the Roman Empire, it will lead to the ruination of what was once the freest, fairest, most productive, wealthiest and most powerful nation the World has ever known?

God bless the African American leaders, and others, who continue to advance the truth in the hope that American's of all races may one day behold that blessed dream of equal rights, including the foundational Right to Life. Had our elected leaders and prominent news people spent as much time in making it clear to the public that Obama promotes and supports Black genocide as they spent on the failing economy, does anyone believe that 96 percent of Black Americans and the majority of all voters would have cast their votes for him? Is it not time that we expect and demand the truth from our leaders and the Media?

© Joseph Pecar


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