Entries for the ‘Genocide’ Category

Jesse Jackson on “Sesame Street,” c. 1971: “I Am Somebody”

In its January 9 e-newsletter the Issues4LifeFoundation entered the wayback machine and took us to 1971, when Rev. Jesse Jackson recited the powerful poem, “I Am Somebody” on the children’s television show, Sesame Street. “I Am Somebody,” which Jackson elsewhere called the Black National Anthem, was written in the 1950s by Rev. William Borders, Sr. […]

Siding with Sanger: NAACP opposes bill that would make race-based abortion illegal

On March 14, 1875, in her famous speech “Social Purity,” [Susan B.] Anthony listed, among other things, “abortions and infanticides” as part of a “monster evil of society.” [Democratic Rep. John] Conyers scoffed that “I’ve never heard or read about [abolitionist Frederick Douglass] saying anything about prenatal nondiscrimination,” but Douglass said on October 22, 1883: […]

Abortion documentary offends Anti-Defamation League director

This film is a perverse attempt to make a case against abortion in America through the cynical abuse of the memory of those killed in the Holocaust. It is, quite frankly, one of the most offensive and outrageous abuses of the memory of the Holocaust we have seen in years. ~ Anti-Defamation League National Director […]

African-American pro-lifer calls out racial hypocrisy

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhUWDovA_mM&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are the modern agents of the Negro Project, ministers of paranoia, bitterness, and division and the overseers of Margaret Sanger’s evil genius to make the black community participate in their own genocide. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are the camp trustees and the ones who truly sell out the […]

Cease and desist… not

I posted a story and video last week about a mostly white Georgia State University pro-abortion protest group shouting down a black woman at a pro-life event with the ironic words, “Trust black women!” Now an attorney for the students – who took it upon themselves to organize a public protest at a public university […]

“Trust Black Women!” shouted by mostly white pro-choice students at black pro-life women

Pro-choice ideologues often act “bizarro,” to quote The Radiance Foundation’s Ryan Bomberger in a tweet yesterday afternoon. Ryan was asked to speak September 15 at Georgia State University about his billboard campaigns that spotlight the atrocity of black abortion genocide. That’s when the bizarreness began. A favorite tactic of the pro-abortion crowd is to attempt […]

New York City’s astronomical abortion rate unzipped: 56% repeats, 38% gov’t-funded

The Chiaroscuro Foundation has done something interesting. It asked the New York City Department of Health to provide the zip codes of mothers getting abortions in New York City, this in follow up to its shocking December 2010 report revealing that 41% of all NYC pregnancies ended in abortion in 2009. Worse, the statistic was […]

Pro-abortion China: Living in the “dark ages” of women’s rights

Make no mistake. China’s One Child Policy is enforced through forced abortion, forced sterilization and infanticide. Women are dragged out of their homes, strapped to tables, and forced to abort babies they want, up to the 9th month of pregnancy. Women sometimes die during these violent procedures. The One Child Policy is China’s war on […]


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