Dr. Alveda King notes, “Abortion has done what the Klan only dreamed of.”



… the most heinous threat to the black community: Abortion.

How is it that a journalist so determined to prove his racial sensitivity remains silent on what many have called black genocide?

Perhaps Mancina doesn’t know that America’s largest abortion dealer, Planned Parenthood, was founded by the eugenicist Margaret Sanger, who admitted, “We want to exterminate the Negro population.” Maybe he’s unaware that more than $300 million tax are funneled yearly to this racist organization, which places 94 percent of its abortion mills in black population centers, and which, in February, was caught on tape agreeing to earmark donations for the exclusive killing of black children.

Mancina is justifiably concerned for the safety of Obama — the most radical, pro-abortion candidate in history — yet he never writes about the 1,500 black children who are butchered each day, or how roughly 25 percent of the black population has been exterminated via this state-sponsored genocide. If he were truly sensitive, he’d join Pastor Clenard H. Childress Jr. (blackgenocide.org) and protest this assault on the black community, which makes up a mere 12 percent of Americans yet accounts for 36 percent of all abortions.

Forty years ago, Mancina’s columns would have been relevant. Today, they are passe because all decent people deplore racism. The modern civil rights movement doesn’t go through Mississippi and Alabama, but through Planned Parenthood and other sinister agents of the culture of death. As Dr. Alveda King notes, “Abortion has done what the Klan only dreamed of.”

“Abortion and the States”


19 Apr 2007 03:42 pm

… there aren’t very many Senators (particularly with Rick Santorum gone!) who would relish a knock-down drag-out abortion battle, and that both national parties would have a vested interest in punting things to the states whenever possible, at least in the short term. Then again, I’m not particularly invested in whether the states or Congress make abortion law; I just the people making the laws to be subject to democratic pressures of some kind, for all the reasons Hadley Arkes lays out here:

. . . step by step, the public would get used to these cardinal notions: that the freedom to order abortions, like any other kind of freedom, may be subject to plausible restrictions; that it is legitimate for legislatures to enact those restrictions; and that it is, in fact, possible for ordinary folk, with ordinary language, to deliberate about the grounds on which abortions could be said to be justified or unjustified.

That Ezra Klein calls this description of a post-Roe world “scary for all the obvious reasons” only makes me all the more eager to see it become a reality.

See also:

“The Day After Roe”


“Senator John McCain Record on Abortion”


“Overturning Roe v. Wade”


“Poll Shows Support for Abortion Drops to Seven-Year Low, Pro-Life Views Up”


A January 2007 CBS News poll found a majority of Americans want to prohibit abortions in all or most cases or want greater restrictions on abortions.

“Cindy McCain says Roe v Wade should not be overturned”

2 Responses to “Dr. Alveda King notes, “Abortion has done what the Klan only dreamed of.””

  1. Mighty Quinn Says:

    New Video from this mornings BO interview with George Stephanopolous.

    “Yes, Obama said “John McCain has never questioned my Muslim faith””


  2. rosettasister Says:

    “Archbishop Chaput Rebukes Joe Biden”


    As the senator said in his interview, he has opposed public funding for abortions. To his great credit, he also backed a successful ban on partial-birth abortions. But his strong support for the 1973 Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade and the false “right” to abortion it enshrines, can’t be excused by any serious Catholic. Support for Roe and the “right to choose” an abortion simply masks what abortion is, and what abortion does. Roe is bad law. As long as it stands, it prevents returning the abortion issue to the states where it belongs, so that the American people can decide its future through fair debate and legislation.

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