According to abortion statistics black Lives DO NOT matter

Posted by on January 24, 2015
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Marchers gather for the an anti-abortion rally during the annual March for Life, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, on the National Mall in Washington. (AP photo)

Marchers gather for the an anti-abortion rally during the annual March for Life, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, on the National Mall in Washington. (AP photo)

WASHINGTON — Thousands of people who support life showed up on Thursday at the National Mall in Washington for the 42nd annual March for Life. Although the march was a huge success our nation is still plagued by the stench of death in our neighborhoods and on our streets.  Unfortunately, the right to sentence our babies in the womb to death without a trial and without a jury of our peers still exists in our society, and the fight that modern feminist and the left is waging on our children is still being protected by our Supreme Court over 40 years since Roe vs Wade.  This decision has majorly affected some of the most vulnerable of Americans citizens, African-Americans.

An alarming number of abortion procedures done on African-American women has some people wondering if black lives really do matter to those protesting in the streets against white police officers. The slogan ‘Black Lives Matter‘ when used to suggest that officers are purposely seeking out black men to kill ignores the fact that 14.1 percent of African-Americans make up the U.S population, but contribute to 37 percent of abortion procedures in the nation.

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Past NAACP President Julian Bond, spent his free time last year drenching accelerate on the fire inside the bellies of abortion advocates and anti-abortion advocates alike, by gloating about the extremely high number of African-American abortion rates at an NAACP rally.  Not only affirming the statistics, but also seemingly proud to say, “Black women exercise that precious right (abortion) at a rate far exceeding their percentage in the (American) population.”

After Michael Brown died, over 981 babies were aborted during and after the ensuing riots in Ferguson, Mo. In New York City there were 76,251 abortions in 2011.  Of that number, 46.1 percent of those babies aborted were black, while only 12.5 percent of aborted babies were white and yet, this information is often rejected by the left and responded to in a hostile way by ‘Black Lives Matter‘ protesters.

Planned Parenthood has taken great advantage of the black communities willingness to comply with their abortion measures and now locates 80 percent of their services in minority neighborhoods. An extremely disproportionate amount of services that target minorities more than whites. These numbers could be mistaken for orchestrated genocide.

Unfortunately, there are simply no future rallies to discuss these issues in Ferguson. But new protests against the police force are lead by misguided people at least every week across the nation. What would it take for the black community to be exposed to these alarming statistics and not only understand them, but to take them to heart and seriously re-evaluate the state and condition of their communities moral views? What will it take to publicly and seriously address the real issue of why black lives don’t seem to matter?

The greatest way to help end abortion and its destructive nature is to rid Planned Parenthood’s power over the black community.  Intellectual growth, higher graduation rates in both high school and college, cutting welfare dependency and at the same time making job opportunities more frequent and accessible by keeping a free market are only few of the ways to release the hold that the organization has over African-Americans and all ethnic groups in general. It is in the hands of the American people to educate and stand together in a time of crisis.  And the genocide of American children is definitely a crisis.

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Patricia Forbes

Patricia Forbes

Patricia Forbes is a Christian Constitutional Conservative. She runs a Facebook page and blog called Young, Black and Conservative which reaches thousands of people weekly. Follow her Twitter @youngblackcon.

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  • Robert Crim

    WHAT are we doing to ourselves …..