Have you ever had an experience that literally chilled you to the bones? I have. It does not happen often but when it does, it stirs something in me and I find I want to fight, to make it better, or change the paradigm.
The first time I had that experience was at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic site in Atlanta Georgia. As my daughter, friends and I walked in the footsteps of those that went before us, we came to a picture that quite frankly froze me in my tracks. It was a picture of an outhouse with a sign that said “Niggas eat in the rear”. Yes, I am familiar with and have experienced the Jim Crow restrictions blacks faced in the south. And yes, I know that Jim Crow took the lives of thousands of blacks across the country. But something about that picture brought me face to face with evil. I could not understand how the thought of sending another human being to eat behind a building used for human waste could enter someone’s mind. The picture so impacted me that I could not finish the tour. I grabbed my daughter and friends and we immediately left – the desire to fight something or someone raging on my insides.
Just recently I experienced that same bone chilling encounter with evil. It happened as I read the New York Times Magazine article, The Place of Women on the Court, published July 7, 2009. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said: “Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion.”
As a seasoned prolife activist, I know that eugenics (the pseudo science of the genetically superior being favored over those considered genetically inferior) plays a major role in the pro-abortion movement. I have read many of the books and articles that lay out the strategy to control the population by foisting abortion and birth control on the unsuspecting. I am aware that Hitler and his henchmen carried out a well crafted, American led plan of extermination against the ethnicities they considered inferior. But it was chilling to have one of America's pro-abortion advocates so openly and casually acknowledge the agenda, without fear of backlash or repercussions. Sadly, America did not even blink at the thought that the impetus of the Roe vs. Wade decision was to control the birth of those “we don’t want too many of”.
America has so politicized the sanctity of life that it seems we are willing to ignore this Hitleresque acknowledgement. It seems that we no longer care that a segment of the American population is being systematically and systemically eliminated to further the diabolical agenda of those who support eugenics. Unlike my visit to the MLK Historic site, this time I can fight something and someone. I can expose the eugenics agenda for the extermination plot it is and make it plain to every American that the sanctity of life is not a political but a moral mandate that is of paramount importance.
I can fight America's Affordable Health Care Act of 2009, exposing its eugenics doctrines for the extermination practices they are. As activists have come together to denounce the proposed health care bill I find it eerie and disconcerting that neither the politicians nor the activists discuss the many provisions of the bill that support the extermination of certain people groups. The family and end of life planning provisions in the bill are nothing more than disguises for the eugenics birthed population control plan inherent in its thousand plus pages.
Anyone wanting a clear picture of the outcome of this bill if it is passed need look no further than the black community. As is the case today, babies will be killed in the womb under the reasoning that they are unwanted or unintended. America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 (AAHCA) will ensure your tax money and mine will pay for them. Organizations such as Planned Parenthood will continue their targeting of black women paying for the abortions with taxpayers money - garnering more than the $365 million they receive today.
AAHCA will force the 30-40% of blacks with cancer, heart disease, hypertension, AIDS and other diseases into discussions concerning their "end of life" plan, rather than provide for health care to treat or cure the diseases.
Men like John Holdren, the nation’s new science tsar will continue spouting and pushing dogma that will allow “babies who are born out of wedlock or to teenage mothers to be forcibly taken away from their mother by the government and put up for adoption. Another proposed measure would force single mothers to demonstrate to the government that they can care for the child, effectively introducing licensing to have children.” This will happen and is happening all over America. But it is not too late.
We can stand up and say no. We can fight back against this agenda of death. So here I stand, and I say NO! Will you join me?