WASHINGTON, July 11, 2012 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Day Gardner, President of National Black Pro-Life Union, submits the following and is available for comment:
I cannot believe that the ESSENCE Music Festival, which was recently held in New Orleans allowed Planned Parenthood to be their sponsor. Planned Parenthood is very vocal about their role in killing babies -- especially African American babies.
They consider killing our children "a vital service" and even created a film to sell gullible Blacks on the idea that we need to kill our children if we are to have successful and/or fulfilling lives.
I thought it interesting that Dr. Vanessa Cullins, vice president for external medical affairs at PPFA listed the medical problems that African Americans share. In that list she included cancers, diabetes, heart disease and the like -- but failed to mention the link between breast cancer and abortion. She also failed to mention the fact that abortion is the number one killer of African Americans -- killing more Black people than, cancer, strokes, heart disease, violent crime and all other deaths combined!
It's sad that so many so called black "celebrities" will sell out our race, our culture and our pro-life heritage in order to obtain or prolong their 15 minutes of fame -- even if it means trampling on the tiny bodies of dead black babies.
Many Blacks who are blinded by bling are oblivious to the fact that Planned Parenthood's founder Margaret Sanger affiliated herself with the Ku Klux Klan and had ties to Hitler's regime.
With that in mind -- beautiful, black ESSENCE, I've got an idea for you. Next year, why not ask the KKK to sponsor your music festival?
Though the 3500 black deaths linked to the Klan pale in comparison to Planned Parenthood's 15 million plus black deaths -- I think they are a still perfect fit for your event. Both the KKK and Planned Parenthood share the same "end game" and the ESSENCE Music Festival will continue to be just as Dr. Cullins said: "A party--with a purpose."
Dr. Day Gardner is President and Founder of the National Black Pro-Life Union headquartered in Washington, DC, which serves as a clearing house to coordinate the flow of communications among Black pro-life organizations, and individuals in order to better network and combine resources. She made history when, as Miss Delaware, she became the first black woman to be named a semifinalist in the renowned Miss America Pageant, breaking through numerous racial and stereotypical roadblocks.