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Ok Just Abort Your Ugly Black Babies!!!

August 8, 2012 by  
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( Just 7 days ago I had the nerve to question did women win the war on women because seven key provisions of women’s health must be covered by insurance companies under the Affordable Care Act. I surmised in the end the provisions did not signal a decisive victory and now there’s proof the provisions of the Affordable Care Act may not have even been a victory at all. Especially for Black women.

So what did sistas do now?

Apparently when we give birth our babies are ugly, a burden on tax payers, and grow up to be killers who walk into movie theaters and kill 12 people and wound 58 others. Watch below.

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But wait there’s more. If you happen to get pregnant in high school. And you happen to attend Delhi Charter School in Delhi, Louisiana, then get ready to hide you baby bump or be expelled. So how does this asinine measure affect young sistas? Let me break it down.

According to the 2010 census the total population of the small southern town is 2,919. The number of Whites in this town 1,039. The number of Blacks 1,803. This mean African-American families — in all their forms — are a majority in this small community. Furthermore, a report from the Guttmacher Institute updated in February of this year finds the state of Louisiana ranks 18th in the nation for the rate of pregnancy between teen girls 15 to 19. The state ranks 13th in the nation for the number of births to teen girls between 15 and 19. It ranks 39th in the nation for the rate of abortion   among this same age group.

With that said it is reasonable to deduce if you are a teenaged Black girl living in Delhi, Louisiana between the ages of 15 and 19 the policy of Delhi Charter School could without your purposeful intention apply to you.

But I’m still not done yet. Black women when it rains it pours.

Remember that New York Times piece again heralding the economic benefits of marriage for motherhood. Well if being told why you should marry before you have children is not enough the good people at Slate have broken down the myths in the marriage and motherhood debate of why you may not be able to marry; your motherhood status be damned.

So where do we begin?

Where do we begin?

How about here:

Black women if your self-esteem is not in the toilet right now give yourself a round of applause. You really and truly deserve it. Rising above being the subject of scorn and ire from the time you’re turning your panties red is hard to do. So if you’ve managed to hold your head up in this onslaught of absolute hate then go ahead and pat yourself on the back.

Now for the most pressing matters of this dump fest. The abortion of ugly Black babies.

Usually abortion doctors get kudos for being in such a controversial profession or they’re hounded by obsessed pro-life advocates who sometimes kill. Remember the Sunday morning execution of Dr. George Tiller in Kansas by Scott Roeder. It’s real out there for doctors who dare perform a service that may leave psychological and emotional scars on them, their staff, and their patients for years to come.

But clearly this abortion doctor in the video above is not one of the compassionate few. Dr. Ron A. Virmani is in the abortion business as a public service to tax paying citizens and people who like to coo at pretty babies only. No ugmos allowed. He is ridding the world of the ugly welfare receiving babies.

As the issue of abortion continues to rear its head in our day to day lives it is important to note Dr. Virmani’s racist and insensitive comment is just the tip of the iceberg. It is no better or worse than these ad campaigns.

While these billboards seek to recruit more Black people to the pro-life side of the debate or to stop a young Black woman from aborting her child, they are just as cruel as Dr. Virmani’s ignorant comments.

The decision to have an abortion is a woman’s personal choice. It is a choice she hopefully makes with the father of the child she’s planning to rid herself of. If pro-life, pro-choice, or even Doctors such as Dr. Virmani are not one of those two people involved in that choice then their comments are unnecessary.

The first amendment gives Dr. Virmani the right to spew his intolerance just as it protects these ad campaigns and protesters outside Planned Parenthood clinics. Likewise the Supreme Court decision protects a woman’s right to choose.

The issue here is not only abortion, or just the abortion of Black babies but the deep seated hatred held by some groups for anything synonymous with Black people.

I was randomly looking through YouTube last week when I stumbled upon some kind of science video. I was only half listening to the professor type talk when I heard him say everything Black is not ugly. I am almost 72 percent sure the man was talking about space and not people. The unfortunate part is I applied his phrase — wholly out of context — to people and wondered for some if Black is synonymous with ugly.

To Dr. Virmani the answer is yes. To Satoshi Kanazawa, remember him, the answer is yes. To members of the BWE movement the answer is yes. And for so many more the answer is a resounding yes that there is a comfort level in bashing Black people, Black culture, and now Black babies.

This letter I found posted on a friend’s Facebook wall indicates just how much comfort there is.

In the age of President Obama where post-racialism is more desperately sought than a recovering economy it is important to highlight racism abounds and is not retreating. It is not because our first Black President confronts the issue of race daily. That task is left to his Justice Department headed by Attorney General Eric Holder. It is just by his very being race is a daily issue. Whether he gives a speech on TV or some less pigmented person hears his name on a fair and balanced cable news channel race is now omnipresent.

It’s evident in the voting laws fought at the state and federal level. It’s evident in this rant by Dr. Virmani who tried to defend his practice by insulting his clientele. The omnipresence of race is evident in the obsession with Black women’s marital habits, sexual habits, dating preferences and by extension the same for Black men. It’s evident in Rick Santorum’s primary comment he’d rather help Black people get a job than take money from hardworking people who have a job. It’s evident in Mitt Romney’s new campaign ad where he not so subtlety alludes to the rise of the welfare queen from the late 1980?s and 1990?s as he attacks a measure signed into law by President Obama he formerly campaigned for.

Dr. Virmani’s comment is not shocking. The ignorance is expected. The pregnant expulsion rule is not shocking it is expected. The mythbusting behind marriage and motherhood is not shocking it is expected. The reason: if there is ever a chance for the majority or a person of a non African-based minority to take a jab at people of the African diaspora they take it. They hold no punches because keeping one group down, even if they have achieved more than any other group since the beginning of civilization, is easier than ever recognizing that that group, this Black race, these African people want nothing more than to live in peace without judgement of their body, brain, character, habits, sexuality, and humanity being picked apart on the world’s stage as the largest science experiment ever conducted.

Take your probe out of our ass, out of our uterus, and out of our head and our heart. Sorry you don’t belong.

Staff Writer; Nikesha Leeper

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11 Responses to “Ok Just Abort Your Ugly Black Babies!!!”
  1. Hamas Abedin says:

    currently, only 60% of black babies are being aborted
    that is clearly bad
    we need to increase that percentage to 80% by 2022 and to 100 by 2024

    Hillary was correct. Blacks ARE SuperPredators and need to be brought to heel.

    Vote Hillary2024. Demoncrats for Life!!!

  2. sankofa says:

    @Terrance Amen…we are on the same page brother. All your points are on point. This is 2012, so how can we claim we don’t know? With all the information we are exposed to, we should be ahead of every body else, including the Caucasian, because only the elitist and those who manipulate MAY have a leg up on us.

    Regarding African man/woman relationship, I remember Dr. O’Afrika saying that we used to look people in the third eye, when we interacted, now we check out the ass. Tells you where the focus is at these days.

  3. Sankofa, I totally agree with you brother and I saw Maafa 21, and read about Margret Sanger. My point is that we don’t have the same values and principals we had, from following behind other people. Before segregation, the majority of us didn’t have sex before marriage, but now it’s the norm. So there was no need for birth control or worrying about abortions. Even in Africa it has changed because of following other people’s values and for selfish greed by the leaders in not wanting to help their own people.

    I agree with you about your other points. The main problem as I see it is we don’t control our minds. If we did, we would be working together to solve our own problems instead of waiting for other people to solve them. An example of this is how we spend a trillion dollars in every community but our own and we’re the only community that does this to this level. As I said below, how can we rely on the same people who murdered, raped and enslaved our ancestors for solutions that we can solve ourselves?

    Black Unity is the solution and always will be.

  4. sankofa says:

    @Terrance Amen…14 million since abortion became a legislated item. Most abortion clinics are in non Caucasian community, our school nurses supply birth control pills laced with poisons that sterilizer. Many of our women are either forced sterilized or giving an option to either get off welfare or accept abortion BEFORE continuing with it. The UN designated UNESCO and Planned parenthood as official ambassadors for the aid programs. Planned Parenthood? UNESCO is not bad enough? Man Haitian women were told to accept sterilization before aid could come through the UN, even while reports of sexual abuse was running out of control by the “peace keeper”. Same thing on the African continent. Yet people like galerouth come up here just to start shit. Can you say plant?

    Again check out Maafa21 and the his story of Margaret Sanger and the Eugenics program.

  5. I’m very sad to say I was for abortions because I thought, if a woman doesn’t want her baby, she doesn’t deserve to have it. But I watched a video that made me change my mind. I’ve come to the conclusion that women do have a choice, actually more than one choice. That is to keep their legs closed, and to give the baby up for adoption. I only agree that women should have an abortion if their life is in danger, or because of rape. There is something going on when we discard our babies like discarding last years clothes or the garbage we accumulate. Instead of being the so-called majority minority, we are behind another group. I believe because of how many babies that have been murdered, and this belief that a baby isn’t a baby until it reaches a certain age is ridiculous. Humans can only produce humans. This is a perfect example of a sickness within our community following behind the same group of people that enslaved our ancestors. Instead of us becoming self sufficient, we continue to rely on these people for financial, health, education, business, and other areas of our livelihood. We better wake up before it’s too late. Every community is suffering now and we will always be the last to get help. It’s time we start to do for ourselves. Then we will finally get the respect we deserve.

    Black Unity means financial independence and happiness

  6. sankofa says:

    @galerouth, I hope you are a Caucasian, then i could easier accept the shit coming out of your mouth. It’s bitch ass like you that support planned parent hood’s eugenics program for African people. If you are not, then… you know what, the same goes for you too. Obviously ass holes like you will never let truth or facts get in the way of your hate.

  7. Don Nelson says:

    To start my wife and I have adopted two beautiful black girls who we love and who love us as well. It sickens me when the lie is perpetuated inside and outside the black community that black babies are not adoptable. There are thousands of black and white children in the foster care system, which is true. Adopting from foster care is a totally different issue than abortion and can be debated separately. The truth is that if black women are pregnant and wanting to place their babies there are families who will adopt them and love them no more or less than they could. This doctor shows his disdain for the black community and he is a window into the soul of many who work in the abortion industry. They are no more brave or courageous than the Nazi’s of last century.

  8. galerouth says:

    HE IS RIGHT —? If you people actually cared about black babies, then adopt them …. there are so many of them in foster care or dying in africa, right now.

    so what are you waiting for?

    Until then, don’t complain when a black woman wants to ABORT her unwanted pregnancy, and don’t blame the abortionist for her decision, either.

    a fetus is not a baby, but a parasite and science proves this; the bible supports abortion!

    watch: Betty Bowers Explains Abortion to Everyone Else.

    @ sankofa, when a black woman wants to ABORT her unwanted pregnancy, it has nothing to do with eugenics, learn what that IS.

    the pro-life-schizophrenic-fascist movement is has survived so long, is because ignorance, threats of a mythical god and lies about cancer.

  9. sankofa says:

    @Nikesha..i applaud your attempt to empower African women, but please investigate the his story of the Eugenics movement, Margaret Sanger, and the current pace of planned parenthood. Hopefully you will over stand why this doctor acted the way he did and why you must beware if “Greeks bearing gifts”. Or go to Maafa21 and get the video. Know that they eventually reveal themselves and their plans for us.


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