A few weeks back, a New York City billboard depicting an innocent, young black girl and the caption, “The Most Dangerous Place for an African American Is in the Womb,” sent Al Sharpton and friends into racial spasms. 

He threw around words such as offensive, condescending, racial profiling, stigmatizing, and shameful even though the billboard message was statistically true.  Various studies have shown that 42%-60% of black babies in America are aborted annually but don’t confuse Sharpton with facts.  He objected  because it sought to ”discredit the work of Planned Parenthood” and “discourages a [black] woman’s right to choose:” http://bit.ly/h01UGV  

  As always, Al the Wordsmith was spot on. 

The billboard was trying to discourage black girls and women from continuing to fulfill the black genocidal goals of the racist eugenecist Margaret Sanger, the founder and inspiration for Planned Parenthood.  However, the billboard sponsor, ThatsAbortion.com, http://bit.ly/hlO4pC, doesn’t contribute to Sharpton’s various enterprises designed to keep Al from getting a real job.  

Poor Al is liable to suffer more spasms over recent news. 

Ariana Huffington’s HufPo’s less than objective headline, “Arizona Legislators Pass Paranoid Abortion Bill,” which bill in reality is simply aimed at preventing abortions based on the race or gender of the fetus, was rendered almost moot by an Associated Press report of  even more widespread abortion paranoia.  The AP reports that dozens of anti-abortion bills are advancing though state legislatures nationwide. 

True to Sharpton form, the AP characterizes the measures as “an array of new obstacles–legal, financial and psychological–in the paths of women seeking abortions.”

The AP defines that array as “tactics” which vary and include the underhanded ploys on the parts of pro-life lawmakers to require “mandatory sonograms and anti-abortion counseling, sweeping limits on insurance coverage, bans on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy:” http://apne.ws/gJH7X0. 

Imagine!  Those dastardly pro-lifers want women and girls, black and white, to actually see what they’re killing.  They want someone to sit down and discuss the termination of the lives of their pre-borns.  They want them to pay for the executions.  They want them not to murder their fully-formed, often viable fetuses. 

How barbaric of them! 

Compounding Big Al’s consternation over aborting black babies is yet another report exposing his favorite abortion mills’ and Margaret Sanger’s commitment to exterminating the black race in America.  In essence, if they can’t abort black babies in the womb, they work to insure they’re never conceived.

“Patrick Fagan, director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute at the Family Research Council, a conservative group, said people do not like to talk about it but the decline of the intact black family dates back to the 1930s when the pro-abortion, family planning agenda was being pushed by groups such as the American Birth Control League, which was renamed the Planned Parenthood Federation of America in the early 1940s.”

People may not like to talk about population control for any number of political and socioeconomic reasons related to politics but, as Fagan says, “The first family targeted by Planned Parenthood in the late 30s, early 40s was the black family.” 

He didn’t use the word, but Fagan was referring to extinction, Sanger’s aim, black extinction and since it’s illegal to kill anyone the next best approach is to destroy their family structure. 

As Penny Starr writes on CNSNews.com, “Planned Parenthood’s birth-control campaign in low-income, black neighborhoods is partly to blame for the breakdown of the black family as well as today’s epidemic of out-of-wedlock births, single parent households, sexually transmitted diseases, absent fathers, and high abortion rates, according to panelists who spoke last week at the Frederick Douglass Foundation’s annual conference in Washington, D.C.:” http://bit.ly/fvGYLe 

Decimate families.  Spread STDs.  Disseminate birth control.  Abort the survivors.  In time, over a few more generations, the results are the same, Sanger’s dream, no more African-Americans. 

If Al Sharpton is still with us by then, he will have to find another cause to occupy his time.