In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, teen heart throb Justin Bieber says, "I really don't believe in abortion. It's like killing a baby."
Bieber is featured on the cover of today's issue of Rolling Stone.
While Bieber is featured, his comment about abortion is not. However, they did print it. Other comments, more in line with the social positions of Hollywood and the Magazine itself are highlighted and called out in the feature.
I suspect some one will take young Bieber to the proverbial "politically correct" woodshed over the comment.
And speaking of killing babies...
The National Black Pro-Life Coalition say they have had enough of what they call a, "continued epidemic of abortion in the black community."
"We will not accept the status quo that endangers black children up to 3X more than the majority population," they say.
They also report that in New York City, more black children are aborted than are born alive. They say 53% of all black pregnancies end in abortion.
"This," they say, "is not freedom, it is genocidal oppression."
Their plan is to hold peaceful and prayerful gatherings in cities across the nation on February 28. I have linked their website, the list of cities is posted.
The gatherings are defined as a time of "Mourning" for the lives of black children and others that are lost to the barbarous ritual of so-called "choice" and "rights".
Their words: "In peaceful and prayerful gatherings we will condemn the continuation of racism and eugenics that specifically target the black community."
The word eugenics brings to mind Planned Parenthood, America's biggest and most aggressive abortion business.
It also brings to mind the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger.
Our black brothers and sisters quote Lamentations 3:48, "Tears stream from our eyes because of the destruction of our people."
But not everyone is shedding tears.
Margaret Sanger, a eugenicist, and founder of Planned Parenthood said in, "An Autobiography," (p.194) her life's work is to promote birth control.
Because eugenicists believe we should, "prevent the multiplication of bad stocks," (Dr. Ernst Rudin, April 1933, in the "Birth Control Review). Margaret Sanger was the editor.
One of Sanger's greatest influences, sexologist/eugenicist Dr. Havelock Ellis (with whom she had an affair, leading to her divorce from her first husband), urged mandatory sterilization of the poor as a prerequisite to receiving any public aid. "The Problem of Race Regeneration," by Havelock Ellis, p. 65, in "Margaret Sanger: Father of Modern Society," p. 18. Ellis believed that any sex was acceptable, as long as it hurt no one. "The Sage of Sex, A Life of Havelock Ellis," by Arthur Calder-Marshall, p. 88.
Linda Gordon in, "Woman's Body, Woman's Right: A Social History of Birth Control In America," quotes Margaret Sanger, "We do not want word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population."
The word is out, MS. Sanger.
How do pro-abortion advocates and supporters of Planned Parenthood malign our white Founding Fathers for slavery on one hand and work 24/7 on the other, advancing the killing of babies who are disproportionately black---advancing the work and mission of Margaret Sanger and other eugenicists, primarily through Planned Parenthood?
When you file your tax returns, think about this: You are funding the mission of Planned Parenthood. And you will continue to do so until we elect a majority of lawmakers who embrace the sanctity of life and are not politically indebted to Planned Parenthood and its allies.
Please join our black brothers and sisters in mourning for those black babies and all babies whose lives have been taken for the lost cause of racial and social manipulation under the guise of "choice."
And the Republican Party, my party, is asking us to take a "Time Out" on the social issues so we can maybe elect a Republican who may or may not be pro-life.
God help us.
I am weeping as write this. "Tears stream from our eyes because of the destruction of our people."
Faith and Freedom
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