November 5, 2012
Shocking video of Obama supporters at a rally includes footage of a woman bashing what she claims is Mitt Romney’s intent to make abortion illegal, because it would result in “ugly ass, nappy headed kids” running around hungry.
After a long string of expletives aimed at Romney, she states, “They want to get rid of, they want to make abortion illegal. That don’t make sense m—–f——. What, we gonna have all these ugly ass, nappy headed kids running around here hungry?”
Warning: Explicit language!
The jarring statement not only seems to go against her own interests as a member of the black community, but it plays into a larger history of covert racism that dates back to the rise of Eugenics in the post-slavery era at the turn of the 20th Century. The documentary Maafa 21 exposes this deception, with leading advocates against abortion from the black community pointing out that half of all black people are never born.
Planned Parenthood’s founder and guiding light, Margaret Sanger, referred to black people as “weeds” and led an initiative known as the ‘Negro Project’ to recruit black pastors and encourage acceptance of abortion, birth control and other controversial eugenics measures. “We do not want word to go 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 wrote to her partner in the project, Dr. Clarence Gamble, heir to the Proctor & Gamble fortune.
In the modern era, scandal has emerged over audio tape proving that Planned Parenthood accepts targeted donations earmarked for abortions of black babies. Accepting such racially motivated donations are confirmed to have happened not only in the Ohio case captured below, but in Idaho, Oklahoma and New Mexico, among other locales.
Abortion doctor Ron Virmani was confronted by pro-life protesters back in August, and argued that aborting “ugly black babies” was a service to the taxpayer. “Go ahead and pay for them. Let me see you adopt one of those ugly black babies,” video shows Virmani stating.
Never mind the fact that the pro-Obama media outlets like MSNBC constantly accuse Republicans, conservatives, tea party members and anyone else opposing the president of being racist on any given day, even when race is not part of the dicussion.
The sick truth is that while millions of voters in the black community are backing President Obama’s reelection, due in large part to identity politics, the agenda of Obama and those factions arguing most vociferously for abortion are undermining the very populations of minorities they claim to represent, and that definitely holds a racist undertone for anyone honestly examining the issue.