By Ron Edwards
March 23, 2018
In 1973, the United States of America legalized the killing of unborn babies. It has been calculated that at least 70 million unborn Americans have been denied their God given unalienable right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The idea for the wholesale elimination of Americans was born in the evil mind of Margaret Sanger, during the early decades of the twentieth century. The racist democrat was on a mad woman mission to rid the planet of whom she considered human weeds, commonly known as black Americans. It was bad enough that she a white American thought it was her duty to eliminate black people. Even more insulting were the numerous dumb black ministers that Sanger and her fellow Democrat party racists convinced to persuade their parishioners to kill their babies for economic reasons
The common mantra for many southern black church goers was, “you cannot afford that extra child, or because of racism life will be too difficult with few opportunities at best.” Those dumb ministers willing to help Margaret Sanger in her quest to exterminate blacks were recruited to control the “rebellious” ones who might see through the vail of deception being used to wipe out those whom Ms. Sanger dubbed, “human weeds.” Sanger was often infuriated because she thought not enough black Americans knew their place. Most black Americans had not yet been indoctrinated and stupefied by government schools. Until after the Civil Rights Movement, just about every black American who attended school learned. As adults, they also sought to build a better life for their families and remained patriotic, despite the horrible practices of racist democrats and their Ku Klux Klan allies.
Chronicled in the exceptional book entitled the Negro Project, Author Bruce Fleury pointed out that Sanger’s American Birth Control League was a vast repository for racist views espoused by people like Dr. S. Adolphus Knopf, Lothrop Stoddard, and Dr. Harry Laughlin. Theses men were renowned racists whom Margaret Sanger totally agreed with and hoped to help wipe out or at least greatly reduce the black American population and other so-called minorities as well. Margaret Sanger also held a special place of hatred in her dark heart for the Catholic church, because it had been adamantly opposed to killing unborn babies. There were several failed attempts to pass birth control legislation that was supported by the New York Times, during the 1920s and 1930s. Sanger never gave up on her mission of eliminating black Americans through abortion until she was forced to upon her death.
Sanger’s mission of death for the black American community became law in 1973. The law did not specifically name black Americans, but proportionately more black Americans have and continue to participate in the practice of murdering their babies via abortion than any other people throughout the republic. I believe that such a widespread disregard for life has opened the door to death in many aspects of everyday life for black American. For example, nationally over 70 percent of all black American households are now run solo by feminist females who have no desire for a good husband and father figure on the premises.
That trend began when democrat party administrations during the 1950s and 1960s persuaded black females to prefer a government handout over a husband and father in the home. Females were told that the men would not be able to support them and their children. Of course, there was discrimination against black men who had fewer opportunities than others. But ironically, during the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and early 1960s, despite whatever discriminatory practices the democrats practiced, among most blacks who rejected the welfare mentality they were improving their lot in life. They worked together and usually provided a better life for each succeeding generation.
Now other negatives have cropped up because of the constant drip, drip, drip of wrongful activity, particularly abortion. I believe the old saying “when you dig a ditch for one, eventually others will fall in” has come to fruition. The curse of abortion in recent years has spread like wildfire through the general United States population. Such few Americans are now born we are no longer replacing those who die. It was recently reported that people 65 years and older will soon outnumber young Americans. That will grind our troubled social security system to a halt. The sick attitude of “I don’t need or respect a man” is now more prevalent throughout America and greatly contributing to the divorce rate in the general population.
If the current trends do not reverse, the social ills now common in the black community will become commonplace elsewhere. Senator Hubert Humphrey warned in 1967 that the then 30 percent abortion rate of the black community would help cause the disruption of social norms and a diminished quality of life across the board. That has occurred and with the abortion rate now at 30 percent in the general American population you can expect to witness the same level of societal disruption. Many of us are praying that people will see the folly of their ways and turn toward a higher moral standard. My Dad used to tell me when I was a little boy growing up in Cleveland, “the strength of a nation is determined by the strength of her families.” Unfortunately, what the racist democrats wished upon black American families is now plaguing much of the rest of society. That ditch of peril for one race has spread to many others
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