Day Gardner of National Black Pro-Life Union Agrees with Herman Cain, Planned Parenthood is 'Planned Genocide'
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 4, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- The following is submitted by Day Gardner of the National Black Pro-Life Union:
The '60s were an incredible time for black people. We were truly united in breaking down color barriers and the walls of inequality. We demanded our right to life and liberty and we pursued happiness. America opened her doors. While some of those doors flung open with ease -- most had to be pried open with a crowbar or destroyed by a battering ram.
In pursuit of the American Dream we didn't even notice the black hole of abortion swallowing us up -- butchering black babies by the millions. Even our clergy and community leaders became blinded by the money, greed and political power that dangled in front of them. Black doctors, lawyers, educators, movie stars and business owners -- looked to own the "Huxtable" life style of bigger houses, powerful titles, and flashier cars.
Hallelujah! We weren't slaves anymore, we weren't second class citizens anymore, but we weren't "average" Americans either -- instead we became a sought after voting block. We were so blinded by the bling of our own selfishness that we never even noticed that not everybody boarded the freedom train.
Our so-called black leaders even side-stepped Martin Luther King's "Dream" for America -- they focused on becoming self important demi-gods and didn't care who they had to step on or how many little bodies had to be crushed to get there. Even members of the clergy turned their backs on the truth of God to satisfy their own appetite for massive churches preaching hollow God-less messages of live for today, garner wealth today -- kill your child today -- if he's in your way, it's okay!
According to the Bible children are "wealth." According to God's word children are a "heritage" and a "reward" and a "gift!"
The truth is Planned Parenthood's founder, Margaret Sanger initiated the Negro Project in 1939. She hired black ministers and community leaders to sell abortion and sterilization to black congregations and neighborhoods in order to keep in her words, "human weeds" from growing -- to eliminate us as a people. Black ministers back then bought in to her idea hook, line and sinker -- and indeed, we have sunk -- to the very depths of hell.
Today Planned Parenthood's business model is still the same. Planned Parenthood still hires blacks to be the "delivery boy" with the message that if you are pregnant and young, single or poor the only answer is to kill your child. They say to hell with what God wants for you and His precious "gift" -- kill that baby!
The Alan Gutmacher Institute which is the research arm of Planned Parenthood admits that more than 75% of all abortion clinics are purposefully placed in black/minority neighborhoods. Planned Parenthood workers have been caught on tape salivating ... ready to receive money donated to specifically kill black babies.
Former black leader and Presidential hopeful Rev. Jesse Jackson once spoke adamantly and passionately about the un-Godly act of abortion. He stated: "Life is the highest human good not on its own naturalistic merits, but because life is supernatural, a gift from God." He went on to say, "It takes three to make a baby: a man, a woman and the Holy Spirit." He was a powerhouse -- until he ran for President in 1984 -- deciding that his political aspirations were much more important than the lives of babies and even more important than his relationship with the God he once served. Like Judas, he betrayed the innocent for 30 pieces of silver.
Enter Herman Cain. For the first time in a very long time we are seeing a different kind of candidate. He is fearless in that he is not shying away from difficult questions or issues. Planned Parenthood is a billion dollar abortion chain that has had a genocidal impact on the black community and Cain is not afraid to say so. Children are denied their most basic human right -- which is the right to life; a right which our ancestors so proudly worked for, marched for and many of them died for.
Herman Cain realizes every American is an important and a vital piece of the fabric that makes this country great. Herman Cain is on the freedom train. He is a courageous business man -- with a plan for all of America and I want that in a president.