OPERATION SAVE AMERICA
OPERATION: “Let My People Go!”
The March is not Over
Since our nation’s inception, we have struggled with some form of racism. Slavery and segregation are the two most notable examples. Much blood, sweat, toil, and wealth were spent righting these national wrongs. Thank God Americans in times past were willing to end these injustices.
Many Americans remember the racism that led to slavery and segregation. Most, however, are ignorant of a modern form of racism. It is one that is far more detrimental then those previously mentioned.
America’s sensitivity to race was heightened due to the recent Ferguson, MO scandal. Our challenge is to discern between the politically generated, media driven, race baiting “industry,” and the actual racism that has led to the death of millions.
Fortunately, there are courageous leaders within the African American community, who see the modern form of racism for what it truly is―genocide. These leaders have strong ties to their communities yet the media ignores them. Why the censorship? Their message does not fit the liberal establishment’s racial template that views life through a Marxist, racial, social class warfare grid instead of a good vs. evil, Biblical grid.
Margaret Sanger: Angel of Death
Below is a picture of Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood. Yes, she spoke at KKK meetings. In a letter to Clarence Gamble she laid out her agenda against the black race. She wrote, “We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through religions appeal. We do not want the word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”
Sanger made other outrageous statements like, “More from the fit and less from the unfit.” Of course, she was the goddess who determined who was “fit” to live or not. She stated, “Birth control would lead to a cleaner race.” To eliminate what she considered inferior races, she began the American Birth Control League. Eventually, this organization became known as Planned Parenthood. Through this infamous organization, she implemented her three-fold plan to eliminate minorities using birth control, sterilization, and abortion.
Did Her Plan Work?
According to blackgenocide.org, in cities like New York more black children are murdered by abortion than are born. A black baby is five times more likely to be killed than a white baby. Blacks make up 12% of America’s population and yet submit to over 37% of all abortions. In the last 41 years more than 25% of the black population has been decimated by abortion. Between 12,000-15,000 of 17,000 aborted babies found in one California dumpster were black.
The majority of abortion facilities are located in minority communities. This is not by accident. It is by design.
On average, 1,876 black babies are aborted every day in the United States. Annually in the city of Atlanta, there are approximately 40,000 abortions. 25,000 are committed against black babies. In Jackson, Mississippi at the last remaining death camp in that state, the numbers are staggering. Over 80 percent of baby’s slaughtered there are black. Every week “legal” abortion kills twice as many black people than the Ku Klux Klan has killed in its entire history. Many more statistics can be cited, but this should suffice to expose the racial root of abortion in America.
As you can see, the wicked agenda against the black race never changed. All that changed was the methodology. The Lord exposes the way our black brothers and sisters are being led to the slaughter. He warned of a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” deception (Matthew 7:15). Under the guise of helping poor, minority women, the abortion industry is killing, stealing, and destroying. Abortion has reduced the black race to well below the replacement rate. If this trend continues in America, in a few years the black race will dwindle to the point of irrelevance.
There was no equal justice under the law in Dr. King’s day. Segregation exposed our national hypocrisy. In our day, America’s right to life has been violated. Abortion reveals this national travesty. People marched to end segregation. Consequently, the march for justice is not over. God’s truth must march on to end the injustice of abortion. The abortion/racism connection must be exposed. Dr. King declared, “Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children.” Let us therefore commit afresh and anew to make the “dream” come true for all Americans once and for all, the born and preborn in Jesus mighty name!
To learn more go to www.blackgenocide.org or http://www.klannedparenthood.com