Wednesday, February 23, 2011
There Are Almost No Words, Volume Three
The photo you see above shows a billboard in Soho right now. Can you read it? Let me help. It says, "The most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb." Right. Because we all know blacks are shameless baby killers. The sign was erected blocks from Planned Parenthood by Life Always, a pro-life group on whose website one can read this:
There is a battle being waged in the United States that has taken more lives than any foreign war or act of terrorism. The enemy is abortion. Its' supporters include the main stream media, liberal representatives in government, and Planned Parenthood, the country's largest abortion provider. The voices of the opposition are everywhere. ThatsAbortion.com is a project of Life Always. We use advertising, research and confrontational truth to gain awareness, inform and educate individuals to choose life, always!
"Gain awareness"? Awareness of the thinly veiled racism and terror on which this organization bases it's "activism"? Yeah, no thanks. Jeezus.
The most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb [Deacon John's Space]
Posted by Renée Z. at 10:22 AM
Labels: Abortion, Planned Parenthood, Race, Reproductive Rights
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Does anyone keep records of abortions per capita by maternal ethnic background?ReplyDelete
*IF* it is disproportionatly high in one group, would it not be better to start to look at reasons why?
I would bet that poverty rates are a leading trend for abortion rates. Either way it is sad. But better to throw light on a problem and work to fix things.
"Black women are more than 4.8 times more likely than non-Hispanic white women to have an abortion, and Hispanic women are 2.7 times as likely (AGI)." Source: http://www.abort73.com/abortion_facts/us_abortion_statistics/ReplyDelete
Please do your due diligence and search out the truth. The only one who doesn't have a choice in the matter of abortion is the one who will be affected the most - the child. Life begins at conception when his unique DNA and her unique DNA meets as sperm and egg setting into motion a completely new and unalterable person with her or his own unique DNA. Science backs this up. Look into it if you don't believe me. [THIS IS NOT ANONYMOUS BUT THE COMMENT BOX DIDN'T LEAVE ME A CHOICE TO SIGN OFF ON THIS COMMENT WITH JUST MY NAME.] Peace, Anita