On the recommendation of a friend, I watched a documentary called Maafa 21 the other day. Before I say anything about it, you should check out the trailer below.
The film runs about two and a half hours, but it's well worth your time. What you'll learn is that Planned Parenthood, the primary abortion provider in America, was born out of the Eugenics movement in the early 20th century. Eugenics is the science of improving the genetic composition of the human race. The Nazis pursued the science of Eugenics in their obsession with creating the master race, and we are all familiar with the horrifying results for 6 million Jews in their concentration camps.
What you may not know is that the Nazi Eugenics movement was aided by American Eugenicists who were closely associated with Margaret Sanger, the founder of the American Birth Control League, which later became Planned Parenthood. In America, the Eugenics movement directly targeted African-Americans, with claims that the black race was inherently inferior to the white race. The Eugenicists taught that the growth and propagation of the black race should be controlled by the government for the betterment of the human race.
Various attempts were made to control the growth of the black race, all of them failing. The final solution, so to speak, was the legalization of abortion in 1973. Before that time, most abortions were performed on white women. Since then, as you'll see in the film, black women have become nearly 5 times more likely than white women to have an abortion.
I live in Columbus, OH, where there are 4 metro area Planned Parenthood locations. All four locations are within a five mile radius of downtown Columbus, where the black population is much higher than in other parts of the city. There is no Planned Parenthood in Westerville (87% white), Worthington (91% white), New Albany (86% white), or Dublin (79% white but less than 2% black). Compare those numbers to Columbus proper (where 3 of the 4 centers exist) which has a 28% black population, and Whitehall (which has the fourth center) with a 29% black population.
It's no wonder that abortion is being called black genocide. It's becoming clear to me that abortion is not simply about women and their reproductive rights; it's about the extermination of the black race. The history of Planned Parenthood is every bit as racist as the KKK. Abortion providers are targeting poor, black women and their unborn children. They may see what they do as a service to the community, but the reality is that they are ending lives in the womb, and those lives are disproportionately black.
Abortion is the most horrendous evil that has ever been unleashed upon mankind. Not only is it the greatest injustice on the face of the earth, but in this country it is specifically targeted at African-Americans.
I believe that, one day, we will win the war on abortion. This cannot go on forever. Perhaps a key step toward that victory is uncovering the racist roots of legalized abortion and the racial targeting by abortion providers. God help us.