by Yvonne Cousar
Will the black family go down in the “annals of time” as the only race of people that successfully committed genocide on itself?
Genocide is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, Caste, religious, or national group.
“For genocide to happen there must be certain preconditions. Foremost among them is a national culture that does not place a high value on human life.” — Mr. Hassan Kakar
I would argue that the newly formed lives of black children in their mothers’ wombs are in serious jeopardy; that the lives of black babies, for those mothers, and for the communities as a whole, have no value, and therefore, no right to exist on their own; that these black mothers, and black fathers have no respect for themselves, for each other, or for the children they create. I believe that the black community will go down in history as the only race that committed genocide on itself.
Planned Parenthood and Margaret Sanger proposed what they felt would be the ultimate solution of the “black problem” in America. Her goal was to enlist the services of trusted black ministers within the community to convince black mothers and fathers that it was in their best interest, and in the best interest of their families to restrict the size of their families by controlling the birth of new children:
“Birth control as an economic improvement measure had some appeal to those lowest on the income ladder. In the black Chicago Defender for January 10, 1942, a long three-column women’s interest article discussed the endorsement of the Sanger program by prominent black women. There were at least six express references, such as the following example, to birth control as a remedy for economic woes:” . . . it raises the standard of living by enabling parents to adjust the family size to the family income.” Readers were also told that birth control” . . . is no operation. It is no abortion. Abortion kills life after it has begun. . . Birth Control is neither harmful nor immoral.” [This was a false assert as we now know in hindsight. One of the tenets of “birth control” is “abortions.”]
“But the moral stumbling block could only be surmounted by Afro-American religious leaders, so black ministers were solicited. Florence Rose, a long-time Sanger secretary, prepared an activities report during March 1942, detailing the progress of the “Negro Project.” She recounted a recent meeting with a Planned Parenthood Negro Division board member, Bishop David H. Sims (African Methodist Episcopal Church), who appreciated Planned Parenthood’s recognition of the extent of black opposition to birth control and its efforts to build up support among black leaders. He offered whatever assistance he could give.” [The “Negro Project” and the “ultimate solution of the black problem in America” are one and the same.]
“Bishop Sims offered to begin the “softening process” among the representatives of different Negro denominations attending the monthly meetings of the Federal Council of Churches and its Division of Race Relations.”
“These and other efforts paid off handsomely after World War II. By 1949, virtually the entire black leadership network of religious, social, professional, and academic organizations had endorsed Planned Parenthood’s program.” Pastor Clenard Childress, Jr., “BlackGenocide.org”
And so it began. Fast forward 50 years, and you have an abortion rate in the black communities at staggering proportions.
“Do you know what the leading cause of death in the African American Community since 1973 is? Think about it for a minute. Is it heart disease-2,266,789 deaths since 1973, cancer-1,638,350, or accidents-370,723? Is it AIDS-203,695, or violent crimes-306, 313? There is one possibility that is often overlooked. It happens 1452 times a day in our community. It has taken over 13 million Black lives within the last 30 years. It has taken 1/3 of our present population. What is it? ABORTION!” ‒ Rev. John J. Raphael, SSJ
How does a race of people survive the murder of 1/3 its population on an ongoing basis, the answer… it doesn’t.
We just witnessed the trial of a mass murder of children, and his target for the most part was inner city, poor black single mothers. The news media gave scant coverage of the Gosnell trial as was expected. Gosnell was able to perpetrate his atrocities in full purview of the so-called regulatory bodies set up to oversee legal abortions, but did not. Gosnell, in his Philadelphia clinic, would deliver live babies and then murder them with impunity because he just knew he was immune from any criminal charges. After all, he was operating under the greater umbrella that is Planned Parenthood.
And because I am a strong believer in “personal responsibility,” we will need to examine the roles and the responsibilities of the mothers that went to Gosnell, some after being turned down by other clinics because the abortion procedure they wanted was too dangerous. These mothers authorized and paid Gosnell to murder their babies. They were not taken advantage of by Gosnell because they went to him willingly (except for the 15 year old that I understand was dragged to Gosnell’s office and forced, with the assistance of an aunt, to undergo the abortion), he did not go to their homes and round them up in order to lead them to the slaughter. They went, and they bear responsibility.
While the laws of this land say that these mothers hold no responsibility for the murders of their children because abortions are legal in this country, they will, as a whole, be held responsible under the moral, spiritual and ethical codes of any future civilization. I can only say that these mothers will be left to a higher judgment, above the laws of man for their crimes.
And so goes an entire race of people, who have lost their moral compass, and as a result, are doomed to extinction. Can this trend be reversed? Only time and temperament will tell.