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American Abortion Clinic Horrors

In Abortion on July 26, 2010 at 12:01 am

China’s Abortion Clinic Horrors

According to the article by Wang Xiang (“Aborted Baby Cries Before Cremation“), an aborted baby declared dead by doctors in South China’s Guangdong Province cried before he was due to be cremated, but died hours later as doctors refused to treat him ( Wang reports a mortuary worker at Nanhai Funeral Home in Foshan City said the baby cried and scared him as he was about to throw the coffin into a furnace. The mortuary worker opened the box and found the seven-month fetus moving, but apparently choking on some cotton wool in his mouth, the report said. What Wang described as happening in South China’s Guangdong Province has happened here in America.

American Abortion Clinic Horrors

In West Philadelphia an abortion clinic run by Kermit B. Gosnell was shut down this year. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer ( the authorities described the conditions in Gosnell’s clinic as “deplorable and unsanitary.” Splattered blood was found on the floor, and aborted fetuses were on display in jars. In a city that is home to some of the nation’s best medical facilities, it is a disgrace that such a place even exists.

The Most Dangerous Place In America

The Philadelphia Inquirer continues to report something even more alarming. “The death of a woman treated by Gosnell in November 2009 was not his first brush with trouble. Gosnell performed an abortion on a woman in 2000 who died three days later from a perforated uterus and infection.” My friend Dr. Clenard H. Childress, Jr., Founder Of BlackGenocide.Org says: “The most dangerous place for an African American child to be is in the womb of their African American mother.” It is clear that abortion takes the life of an innocent human being.

Brothers, we really need to talk.

The Language Of Oppression

In Uncategorized on July 19, 2010 at 12:01 pm

The Language Of Oppression

Haig Bosmajian, UW professor of speech communication says. “While names, words, and language can be, and are, used to inspire us, to motivate us to humane acts, to liberate us, they can also be used to dehumanize human beings and to ‘justify’ their suppression and even their extermination.” In order to justify the inhumane treatment of African American slaves and soothe the conscious of the Americans, dehumanizing terminology or the “language of oppression” was established and propagated by way of both “academic” and “legal” opinion at the very highest levels of our educational and legal communities.

The Language Of Oppression Past

From 1815 to 1830, the American Colonization Society: “Free black in our country are … a contagion.” In 1857 the U.S. Supreme Court decided: “A negro of the African race was regarded … as an article of property … a subordinate and inferior class of being.” In 1858, the Virginia Supreme Court decision declared: “In the eyes of the law … the slave is not a person.” In 1867, Buckner Payne, Publisher: “The Negro is not a human being.” In 1900, Professor Charles Carroll: “The negro is … one of the lower animals.” In 1903 Dr. William English: “The negro race is … a heritage of organic and psychic debris.” In 1909, Dr. E. T. Brady: “They [Negroes] are parasites.” In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court decided: “The Fetus, at most, represents only the potentiality of life.” Again, in 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court declared: “The word ‘person,’ as used in the 14th Amendment does not include the unborn.”

The Language Of Oppression Present

In 1979 Professor Joseph Flectcher: “Pregnancy when not wanted is a disease … in fact, a venereal disease.” In 1980 Dr. Mariti Kekomaki: “An aborted baby is just garbage … just refuse.” In the Sunday, July 12th, 2009, edition of the New York Times Magazine, the power of the language of oppression to corrupt our conscious was revealed in the words of sitting U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who said in an interview that she was surprised at a 1980 court ruling that prevented the restoration of Medicaid funding for abortions, because, in her opinion, when Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973 “there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

Leadership And The Resonance Of Eternal Truth

History teaches us, time and time again, that the use of oppressive language to demonize and dehumanize certain segments of the human race is incontestably evil. True leadership holds the resonance of eternal truth bound by the conviction to stand up for the truth. When one’s convictions are compromised for the promise of comfort or power, perpetuating lies in the desire to attain or maintain status is the rule of the day. Such a leader or organization cannot proclaim service to God or man.

Brothers, we really need to talk.

Autism, Aborted Fetal DNA and Vaccines

In Uncategorized on July 12, 2010 at 1:00 am

Autism, Aborted Fetal DNA and Vaccines

The evidence is strong that the following are risk factors for Autism:

  1. Increased Parental Age At Delivery Of Newborn Baby

  2. Increased Odds Of An Extremely Preterm Birth (<28 Weeks Gestation)

  3. Increased Maternal Smoking

  4. Increased Parental Psychiatric Disorders

  5. Increased Maternal Alcoholism

There is also an ongoing study on the link between aborted fetal DNA in vaccines and autism. Read the press release from Children of God for Life and the links to Dr Deisher of AVM Biotechnology and their non-profit arm, Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute ( Coming studies should address the link between Autism and Abortion more thoroughly.

Do Black Americans Have Higher Autism Risk?

Most studies are too small to even bother asking if parental race affects Autism risk. However, studies using California subjects can address that question. For example, a 2002 study using California subjects found that Black California women have 1.6 times (i.e., 60% higher) the risk of delivering a newborn later diagnosed with Autism. Reference: Lisa A. Croen, Judith K. Grether, and Selvin “Descriptive Epidemiology of Autism in a California Population: Who Is at Risk?” Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 2002 Volume 32 (Issue No. 3) pages 217-224. Thus, one can say that there are studies supporting higher Autism risk for Black American newborn babies relative to non-Black American newborn babies.

Black American Newborns

According to Dr. Catherine Limperopoulos, BSc (OT), MSc, PhD Rehabilitation Science (McGill) Postdoctoral Studies Neurology (Harvard), extremely preterm newborns have a ~~ 25% risk of Autism. Since Black American newborns have four (4) times the XPB (eXtremely Preterm Birth) risk as non-Black Americans, I have to suspect that at some point we (i.e., the Black race) will be considered an Autism risk. Personally, I wonder if this is virtually all due to the quadruple Induced Abortion (IA) rate of Black Americans?

Brothers, we really need to talk.

Abortion And Autism

In Abortion on July 5, 2010 at 12:01 am

Abortion And Autism

Quick Question: What is Autism?

Quick Answer: Autism is a disorder of neural development characterized by impaired social interaction and communication, and by restricted and repetitive behavior.

Quick Question: What’s the financial cost of someone with Autism?

Quick Answer: In a 2007 article Harvard University, Professor of Society, Human Development, and Health, Michael Ganz estimated the total lifetime cost (medical + non-medical + lost income) for those with autism at $3.2 million.

Quick Question: What is the current incidence of Autism in the U.S.?

Quick Answer: 1 in 110 newborns according to the C.D.C. (i.e., there are 39,000 new Autism cases in U.S. newborns yearly).

Quick Question: Are there any risk ‘vectors’ via which a prior induced abortion (IA) elevates Autism risk?

Quick Answer: Yes. Five (5) mechanisms support the Abortion-Autism-Axis.1 Here they are:

  1. Increased Parental Age At Delivery Of Newborn Baby
  2. Increased Odds Of An Extremely Preterm Birth (<28 Weeks' Gestation)
  3. Increased Maternal Smoking Odds
  4. Increased Parental Psychiatric Disorders Odds
  5. Increased Maternal Alcoholism Odds

The Abortion-Autism-Axis

There is no greater medical interest on the Internet and among the public than Autism. No systematic reviews have ever cleared suction abortion of Autism risk. It is now settled science that prior induced abortion (IA) boost the risk of premature birth.

Brothers, we really need to talk.

1. Brent Rooney, MSc., Research Director, Reduce Preterm Risk Coalition, 3456 Dunbar Street, Suite 146, Vancouver, Canada V6S 2C2.