Friday, March 25, 2011

To My Sisters: Let’s Talk About It

There are some words that once spoken, cause a reaction. Abortion is one of those words. Simply speaking the word out loud in front of some would be cause for debate. Within moments of the word being uttered, the rhetoric would begin to fly with the rapidity of firing an AK-47. Those for abortion would fire off their arguments in pro-abortion language and those against abortion would fire off their arguments in prolife language. Within nanoseconds of its introduction, the conversation would no longer be about abortion, but would morph into a discussion about the economy, contraception or social justice concerns, i.e. you don't care about the children that are here. If someone were to attempt to bring the discussion back to abortion, again, it would soon become a discussion of everything but the topic at hand. Yet the discussion must be had. So how do we do it?

I urge you, with all urgency, to get these side discussions out of your system before we begin. The discussion to which you are being invited is not about contraception. It is not about the economic concerns of those seeking the abortion. The discussion is not about the social justice concerns that plague black folk in America. This discussion is about abortion and its impact on women and the black community. So if you must, get in the mirror and argue the other issues out. Get all the rhetoric out of your system and then prepare to join us for a real look at abortion in America in the 21st century.

In preparation for our discussion, homework is required. There is a bevy of information that should be considered. Let's start with the numbers. New York City is the most extreme example of abortion out of control. In 2009, for every 1,000 black babies born alive, 1489 died in an abortion chamber ( In Georgia more than 59% are performed on black women ( In Alabama (( than 57% of the abortions are on black women. In Mississippi ( the number jumps to more than 78% on women of color (Mississippi has only a 2.7% Latino population). There is a pattern no matter where you look across the country of abortions being performed on black women at three, four and five times their rate in the population of each state. I recommend you take a look for yourself.

Contrary to the claims of the National Abortion Federation and other abortion providers, abortion, is not among the safest medical procedure available. Abortion is a surgical procedure that has left a wake of dead and reproductively maimed women across the nation. Horror stories like that out of Philadelphia ( are just the tip of the iceberg in the discussion of how women and children have suffered at the hands of abortionists throughout the nation. Kermit Gosnell, Stephen Brigham, Bertha Bugarin, James Pendergraft, Eileen Riley, Nicola Riley, Andrew Sutherland, Arturo Apolinario, Albert Dworkin, Rapin Osathanondh, Tyrone Malloy
and George Shepard, are just a few of a growing list of abortionists that have killed or reproductively maimed women. Perforated uterus/bowel, pulling out of the intestines, spreading venereal disease through unclean instruments and leaving parts of babies in utero are just a few of the complaints about these abortionists, some of whom have never been licensed to practice medicine in any state. None of these abortionists had the woman's health interest at heart. Most were in it for the multi millions of dollars they reaped. No one warned the women not to seek the services of these butchers, including the National Abortion Federation that visited Kermit Gosnell's clinic in 2009.

In addition to the reproductive maiming that happens across the nation, women are subjected to an increased risk of breast cancer as a result of their induced abortions According to available information "Seventy-two epidemiological studies have been conducted since 1957; and 80% of these studies have shown that abortion increases the risk of breast cancer independently of the effect of delaying the birth of a first child." Further information found in health care publications demonstrates an increased incidence of extreme premature birth risk for women with prior induced abortion as well as an increased risk of autism and cerebral palsy for subsequent children And, few if any, discuss or research the psychological impact, such as post-traumatic stress syndrome, abortion has had on women ( or those that attempt or succeed at suicide after an abortion Another well-kept secret of the dark side of abortion is that more than 64% of the women obtaining an abortion were coerced – by a parent, the father of the child, a minister or some other person in a trust relationship with the woman.

Abortion hurts women, and every day the degree of harm is becoming clearer. Whether the harm is inflicted through the abortionist, or the risks that come after, we may never know the extent of the harm because the statistics are not collected. We may never know the number of women that have been reproductively maimed and today want children but cannot have them because of a prior induced abortion(s). We may never know the numbers of women that have died at the abortionist's hand, because the abortionist covered his/her tracks by calling the death something other than what it was – a botched abortion. We may never have an accurate count of the number of women now suffering from breast cancer (or who have died from breast cancer) because we refuse to discuss the clearly documented link between induced abortion and breast cancer. Abortion hurts women and we must begin to talk about it.

Just recently, USA today featured an article: Black Population falls in major cities ( Using the recently released 2010 census data, the article pointed to a host of reasons for the decline. What the article failed to include as a discussion point was the impact abortion has had on the decline in the black race across America. All but seven states have experienced some decline in the black population. Only four of the seven saw some degree of increase. These are all matters that we must set aside political doctrine to discuss since the facts reveal we are indeed into depopulation - black genocide. Sisters, lets' talk about it.


Wednesday, March 9, 2011

An Open Letter to African Americans – Can We Have the Conversation?

Every day, all across America, more than 1500 black babies die in the abortion chambers that dot urban areas where blacks reside. In state after state, the numbers of abortions performed on black women are 2, 3, 4 sometimes even 6 times the number of blacks in the population in that state. In New York City, and perhaps other states that do not publish abortion data by race (CA, IL and FL for example) more black babies are aborted than are born alive.

Recent news out of states like Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Louisiana are horrifying. We are learning that many abortionists are little more than butchers, flagrantly disregarding state and federal laws that establish medical standards of care. These abortion dens do not have medical equipment available to take blood pressure, dispense oxygen or any other lifesaving procedures for those women that are over medicated or reproductively maimed when the abortionist punctures their womb, or pulls out their intestines. Many of these butchers are not even licensed to practice medicine (,,!

Organizations such as the National Abortion Federation and Planned Parenthood are reported to inspect many of these clinics but there is no evidence they have warned one woman not to seek services from these abortionists. Claiming that abortion is one of the "safest medical procedures provided in the United States", these organizations cover up the horrific conditions of clinics all across America. They rabidly promote unfettered abortion, despite reports of women dying in these abortuaries (,,, and women being maimed through careless and negligent medical procedures (,,

Undercover investigations of Planned Parenthood demonstrate a willingness on their part to take money to abort black children ( Other videos show their proclivity to cover up sexual abuse of minors ( and to counsel sex traffickers on avoiding state and federal laws ( There are reports that sixty four percent of all abortions are coerced (

So who is it that is most harmed by abortion? The numbers do not lie. Black women all over the nation are dying from abortion, are being reproductively maimed from abortion, and are being coerced into abortion at greater rates than their Latina, Asian or Caucasian counterparts. Abortions hurts women, and black women are leading in the number of injuries. Yet many of us refuse to look at this issue. Abortion has been shrouded in women's rights for more than thirty eight years and now, the industry is attempting to connect abortion to civil rights. Pro-abortion forces have characterized abortion as the friend of the black woman, skillfully weaving stories of reproductive rights that include the abortion scenario. To them truth is of no consequence as long as abortion is not regulated and black women continue to "choose" to terminate the lives of their children.

Pro-abortion forces are now turning their sights toward stopping any assistance that might convince the woman to keep her child. Pregnancy centers are being attacked through City Council legislation in New York City and Baltimore. Reports are that they the pro-abortion forces are seeking to introduce similar legislation all around the country, demonstrating NARAL's and Planned Parenthood's determination to keep "choice" synonymous with abortion. It is these same pregnancy centers that serve mostly black and brown women, providing clothing, car seats, high chairs and other resources needed to help with a live child.

Sisters, let's talk about this. Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger's depopulation plan that she called the Negro Project is succeeding. Only we can stop it. Let's talk about it.




Tuesday, March 1, 2011

The Visible Invisibles – An Open Letter to America’s Black Community

This is an article about abortion, and those most impacted by the industry. This is a chronicle about the visible invisibles - those who are seen, but literally not recognized.

In July 2010, the New York Post ran an op-ed titled Where New York's not Proud to Lead ( ). The opinion piece called attention to New York City's 2008 abortion rate, a statistic that took my breath away. Black women in New York City are aborting more of their children than are born alive. For every 1,000 black babies born alive, 1,280 died in New York's abortion dens. I did not hear about this issue in July. It did not make its way into my hands until November and when it did, though stunned, I sent the article to every leader I knew was in the fight for life. But there was no outcry, no sweeping move across the country to stop abortion in its tracks because of its discriminatory impact and fifteen hundred black babies would die in abortion dens across the nation that day and every day.

The next bit of news out of New York was more disturbing. The New York City Council had introduced a bill that would have the effect of shutting down pregnancy centers by requiring them to post notices that they do not perform abortions or provide birth control. The bill actually assigns jail time to those found to violate it, up to six months of jail time. The pregnancy centers are a resource to women that decide to have their babies. The centers provide clothing, car seats, and most if not all the tools needed to help the mom with her newborn. Members of New York's pregnancy center community report that upwards of 80% of those helped by the clinics are African American. The New York City Council, including all of the black elected representatives, have made it clear that they do not want these women to have any assistance to help them keep their babies. They have made it clear that choice only means taking the life of the child. But there was no outcry, no sweeping move across the City to stop the bill in its tracks because of its discriminatory impact and fifteen hundred black babies would die in abortion dens across the nation that day and every day.

Within days of my hearing about bill number 371, New York released its 2009 abortion statistics. The number of black babies dying in abortion mills had increased! For every 1,000 black babies born alive, 1,489 were dying at the abortionist's hand. In a flurry of press releases, attention was called to the fact that forty one percent of New York City pregnancies end in abortion. Discussion was had about the teen pregnancy rate in New York City. More discussion was had about abortion's impact on the Latino community as many of their leaders began to cry foul. But there was no outcry, no sweeping move across the country to stop abortion in its tracks because of its discriminatory impact and fifteen hundred black babies would die in abortion dens across the nation that day and every day.

The nation was stunned when news out of Philadelphia revealed a modern day "house of horrors" lead by abortionist Kermit Gosnell. From spreading sexually transmitted diseases, to blood splattered equipment and jars of baby body parts, the story was more gruesome than some of Hollywood's best horror stories. Every article referenced that he served black and brown women. Despite complaints over more than 15 years, neither the City nor state intervened to stop his butchering of women. The fact that the National Abortion Federation visited the abortion den and did nothing to warn the black and brown women has not been a source of outrage for the black community. There has been no outcry, no sweeping move across the country to stop abortion in its tracks because of its discriminatory impact and fifteen hundred black babies would die in abortion dens across the nation that day and every day.

Former Senator Rick Santorum began a debate by criticizing President Barrack Obama for supporting abortion, believing that as a black man and "as a civil rights and constitutional lawyer, [he] should be sensitive to how we define people." Al Sharpton immediately took the Senator to task in a national debate on the Hannity show. But Mr. Sharpton did not raise a hue and cry about the numbers of blacks dying in abortion mills across the country. Instead he defended the so called right to choose. So there has been no outcry, no sweeping move across the country to stop abortion in its tracks because of its discriminatory impact and fifteen hundred black babies would die in abortion dens across the nation that day and every day.

In state after state the number of abortions performed on black women is three or more times higher than their representation in the population. Yet, there are those on both sides of the issue that do not want the light to shine on the darkness that is abortion. Pro-abortion allies cry foul, saying the prolife community is racializing abortion. Black and white pro-lifers are uncomfortable shining the spotlight on the impact that abortion is having on the black community. Some pro-lifers do not want us to talk about the ethnicity of those most harmed by abortion, preferring that we use language inclusive of all babies. Neither side wants us to talk about abortion, eugenics or genocide in the same breath with African American. So there has been no outcry, no sweeping move across the country to stop abortion in its tracks because of its discriminatory impact and fifteen hundred black babies will die in abortion dens across the nation today and every day.

On the last day of black history month, February 28, 2011, hundreds of blacks gathered across fourteen states to mourn the loss of black lives to the abortion industry. Women are still dying, not as a result of a coat hanger, but at the hands of butchers called abortionists. Women are being reproductively maimed in the name of choice, as their bowels are perforated and intestines pulled out. Hysterectomies are happening all across the nation, as the real doctors attempt to repair the damage done at the abortionist hands. Yet, we did not hear about the Day of Mourning through the mainstream media, they blacked us out, not willing to risk shining the light on how anti-woman the abortion industry is. And as has been the case for the past 38 years, we do not hear about the discriminatory impact of abortion and the fifteen hundred black babies that die in abortion dens every day.

Blacks are seen going into the abortion clinic every day at a greater rate than any other ethnic group. We see it, but don't recognize it. And because we don't recognize it, the visible invisibles abort fifteen hundred black babies every day and there is no outcry, no sweeping move across the country to stop abortion in its tracks. Shhh. Don't suggest that blacks are being targeted by the abortion industry. We see it, but don't recognize it, and because we don't recognize it. . .