This video is from The Radiance Foundation.  Watch and weep.  Then take action for LIFE.

“Abortion is a tragedy no matter the race, but it is the number one killer in the black community. Black babies are aborted at 5x the rate of the majority population; personal responsibility, massive indoctrination, and failed leadership are to blame. Produced by The Radiance Foundation for the Nat’l Black Prolife Coalition.”

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rix6XHw7IxI?rel=0]

I’m reposting an excerpt from my piece on why I am pro-life below.

Beyond these basic facts looms an untouchable among the proponents of abortion. That untouchable is the origin of abortion itself – eugenics. Once a group of people deems another ‘untouchable’ and ‘unworthy of reproduction’, a means for preventing that reproduction must be sought, with the hope of their complete elimination. And that is exactly what Margaret Sanger was doing when she created Planned Parenthood. Her plan was to target Blacks, and the poor for elimination. And her goals are being realized at a staggering pace with an efficiency that would be envied in any other situation.

The statistics on abortion are gruesome. Worldwide there are over 148 million abortions each year. In the U.S. there are over 1.4 million abortions per year. Of this total in the U.S. 38 % are abortions done on Black women. So there are 16 million fewer Black people alive today because of abortion. That is a loss of over 40 % of the Black population. In any other situation, that sort of killing would result in a massive outcry and military intervention. Yet the silence around this genocide is deafening. This loss of life is more than double the number of innocents that were lost to the Holocaust. It is a total greater than the loss of life during the KKK’s reign of terror. There are no modern day equivalents to this legal loss of innocent life.

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