Monday, June 27, 2016

The Supreme Court: America's Discrimination Force

Like it has done for centuries, the Supreme Court of the United States protected the path they began blazing in the Dred Scott v. Sanford case. Today the Court did what they do best. They once again denied the rights of most of America's citizenry in favor of a political agenda. Every woman in America should be in tears- especially Black women who are the targets in the bulls' eye.

Abortion has never been about a woman, or her right to choose. It has, from its inception, been about population control and Lord help us, it is succeeding. Today the Court made sure that when the abortions are done, doctors don't even have to meet regular surgical and medical standards of care though the service provided is surgery. Those doctors that cannot get admitting privileges to nearby hospitals can continue maiming and even killing women without consequence. Those facilities that are akin to Gosnell's House of Horrors in Pennsylvania can continue operating beneath reasonable medical standards.

Not long after the Court accepted the Whole Women's Health v. Hellerstedt case, Marva Sadler, Director of Clinical Services for Whole Women wrote in Ebony Magazine that it was Black women that would be most impacted if the Texas law was not struck down ( . She used irrelevant data such as the difference in wages between Black women and white men and an alleged lack of sex education to justify keeping substandard clinics open and thriving.

Today the Court breathed life into her balderdash. Today the Court cemented its skin color politics in the abortion at all costs foundation. Since the Court will not protect women we must unite and protect ourselves. On June 18, 2016, the day celebrated as Juneteenth the day the slaves were freed in Texas, Sisters for Life declared a national boycott of Planned Parenthood. Let's join them. Let us go get our daughters, nieces, aunties and cousins out of the dens of death that are called abortion centers. Perhaps it is time to question why these doctors cannot get admitting privileges. Perhaps it is time to ask how many women have been injured under their care and  how many of them have died under their hands.

Pastor Walter Hoye of recently released a series of articles that reveal just how successful the population control Negro Project launched by Planned Parenthood and perpetuated by the abortion industry, has been. He said "Considering that the total current Black American population is about 42,000,000, the 20,350,000 Black American abortions are equal to 48.45% of the total Black American population." Had there not been so many abortions on Black women the Black population thee would be more than 62 million Blacks in America today. He went on to state that 40% of Black pregnancies end in abortion. And the Court today signaled that those pregnancies can end in substandard facilities that refuse to rise to a reasonable standard of medical care.

In light of today's ruling, I am sure Planned Parenthood Action will step up sending their white activists to pursue their political efforts to terminate Black babies ( I can only pray we will stop  the tidal wave the Court launched with a boycott of tsunami proportions.

Sound the alarm. Tell women to beware, and join the boycott.