Saturday, February 16, 2013

On Lincoln's Birthday, NAACP Continues Promoting Abortion by Ryan Bomberger - Washington, DC,

On Lincoln’s Birthday, NAACP Continues Promoting Abortion

by Ryan Bomberger | Washington, DC | | 2/12/13 8:07 PM

Today marks the birth of one of the most remarkable individuals in American history. Abraham Lincoln, born into poverty, lived a life of greatness that is too often reduced in its significance in today’s popular culture. The Great Emancipator’s words and actions were the catalyst for millions to be able live out their God-given Purpose, eventually freed from the shackles of slavery and inexplicable human degradation.
Today is also the birthday of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), which formed on this day February 12, 1909.  But unlike Lincoln, whose worldview was shaped by the great abolitionist Frederick Douglass (a slave born of rape but a man defined by limitless possibility), the NAACP has allowed itself to be shaped by an ideology that seeks control, conformity, and confusion as it advocates the destruction of beautiful Possibility every day.
Recently, the NAACP has threatened to sue LifeNews, me and the organization I co-founded, The Radiance Foundation. In numerous writing for news and blog websites, including my own, we’ve merely described the “civil rights” group for what it is—a pro-abortion advocate. More specifically, the NAACP has threatened to sue us for “trademark infringement” because we dared to call them the “National Association for the Abortion of Colored People.”
That’s exactly who they’ve shown themselves to be.
The NAACP has proudly proclaimed it’s pro-abortion position since 2004, where they passed a resolution undeniably declaring their ironic support of abortion. In their document “Health Policies and Resolutions: 1992-2003” they oddly refer to the NARAL/Planned Parenthood “March Against Fear” (later renamed the “March for Women’s Lives”) as the March for Life. On page 41, they claim: “More than eight decades ago, the NAACP’s most distinguished founder, Dr. W.E.B. DuBois understood that making birth control available to poor women helped them gain control over their lives.”
Abortion is control—population control. And today, the black population in America has only experienced more poverty, exponentially higher STDs, increasing “unintended pregnancies”, epidemic fatherlessness (72.3%), and abortions of 40% of black pregnancies nationwide. As we reveal in our campaigns, black babies are aborted up to 6 times the rate of the majority population such as in NYC where more black babies are aborted than are born alive. DuBois considered these lives “unfit” as he aligned himself with the Negro Project and Margaret Sanger, who was not on a benevolent crusade to rescue the black community from poverty.
Dr. DuBois wrote some of the most repugnant remarks about poorer blacks in Sanger’s Birth Control Review. He wrote in a 1932 article entitled: “Black Folks and Birth Control” (h/t Life Dynamics) that: “…the mass of ignorant Negroes still breed carelessly and disastrously, so that the increase among Negroes, even more than the increase among whites, is from that part of the population least intelligent and fit, and least able to rear their children properly. They must learn that among human races and groups, as among vegetables, quality and not mere quantity, really counts.”
There’s nothing quite like comparing the lives of human beings with produce. This detachment with reality continues to run in the NAACP’s veins.
The organization regularly engages in historical revision. It’s no wonder they fail to mention that they angrily parted ways with W.E.B. DuBois, in 1934, because of his duplicitous radical ideology. At times a man of tremendous insight and inspiration, DuBois’ positions on issues were in direct conflict with the NAACP, especially his advocacy of segregation. Praising murderous regimes like the Soviet Union and China, he became a communist, renounced his American citizenship, praised Stalin (who murdered millions in his Purges) in his unretracted infamous obituary, and became a citizen of Ghana in 1961. He died two years later.

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