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September 20, 2007

 

  Jena Six / ABORTION:

The worst form of racism

 

          With all of the free time on the ďJena SixĒ supportersí hands, why donít the thousands of protestors scheduled to relive the civil rights era in Jena, LA go to their local abortion mills and watch how many racists go inside to kill their Black babies?  I do not see any Black protestors marching for their civil rights. What hypocrites! Where is Jesse Jackson, or the NAACP, or Al Sharpton?  

           

            The worst form of racism is abortion. How can there be peace on earth when there is no peace in the womb? No justice no peace. When you sow bloodshed and violence in the womb, you will reap it in the streets and community.

 

            Blacks didnít choose slavery and Black babies donít choose abortion. Over 1,400 Black American babies are enslaved in their motherís wombs and murdered daily across our nation. The weapons of choice are scalpels and suction hoses. Back then, they were nooses. The silence coming from our communities, leaders, and churches is deafening. Where is the outcry?

 

            Less than 13% of the population is Black American, and disappropriately more than 47% are walking inside local abortion mills killing off their race, www.blackgenocide.org. This is not an overstatement.

           

            The task at hand is to convince the Black American community that they, more than anyone else in America , should be at the forefront in defending the first inalienable right of Black Americans, that is the right to life and personhood of the preborn.

           

            The infamous 1973 Roe v Wade decision and the 1857 Dred Scott decision, the latter being decided here in St. Louis, Missouri, draw painful similarities. The Dred Scott decision said Blacks could never be citizens and that they were only three-fifths human, therefore not deserving of legal protection. The Roe v Wade decision reduced preborn children to a less than fully human status who also did not deserve to be protected by the law.

           

            Be it the slavery abolitionists or the Civil Rights movement of the 60ís, all great movements began in the pulpits of the church and moved out onto the streets. Thatís where battles are won. The plight of the preborn is no different today than the Jena Six and the historical fight for equal justice and freedom here in America today.

           

            If respect for human beings is not restored, no one will be safe, and our culture will be doomed. Justice begins in the womb.

 

Contact: Daniel & Angela Michael at 618-654-5800 or go to www.smallvictoriesusa.com

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