Why are blacks still a minority in this country, and what does that have to do with World Population Day?
It may be because we continue to be a majority at the abortion mill. The numbers are staggering of how many unborn blacks have been aborted in this country since 1973, where Roe vs. Wade and Doe vs. Bolton opened up the floodgates that washed away an entire generation of would-be 43 year old blacks in this country.
Today is, indeed, the very scarcely known holiday called World Population Day. As I look around at the very abundant population on this planet, I can’t help but ask myself questions about other possibilities.
What’s the possibility that blacks could have had an even greater impact on society had we not wiped out an entire generation?
What’s the possibility that along with an unborn black child, the cure for Cancer also died in the womb?
What’s the possibility that if we continue on our course, blacks could become history in America?
The stats from the Center for Disease Control show how many blacks have been aborted since abortion was made legal in America. With your own eyes, you can see here how abortion is so available to the black and minority community, and how that ease of access necessitates frequent use. You can also see how Planned Parenthood, who presents itself as the champion of Women’s Health, is actually greatly and intentionally contributing to the declining population of blacks?
If you have asked these questions, or others, that pertain to the struggling black family, and how that relates to how the black population shows up in the world, then I encourage you to watch this video. The information that I deliver will show you where the black population should be, where it is, and how Protecting Black Life continues to show you what needs to be done in order to help us get to where we want to be.
Thank you so much for your continued support with not just your financial donations, but also by giving of your time and dedication to spreading the word about the terrible scourge that is decimating the black population.
Won’t you join me in celebrating World Population Day and become more involved in the work being done by Life Issues Institute and Protecting Black Life? I hope you will—because the declining black population depends on it.
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