Black Genocide Now has a Face

by Steve Ray on January 27, 2009

obama8050As one very eloquent black pastor said from the podium at the San Francisco Walk for Life,

“Black genocide now has a face!”

www.BlackGenocide.com

Fr. Groeschel praying for Obama’s conversion

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Patty Bonds January 27, 2009 at 5:01 PM

My thoughts exactly.

Lee Anne January 27, 2009 at 5:38 PM

Indeed – and I am confused and bewildered why people are so ignorant regarding Planned Parenthood (Deathhood). Why in the world would one want to continue to promote this evil of abortion?

The pastor also stated that without a Pharaoh there would be no Moses…

I see this as a time when we will become more united in this fight against the most horrendous chapter in United States history, and I pray that at the end, no mother, no father would ever consider terminating their child’s life because it was inconvenient for them.

Jean January 27, 2009 at 10:14 PM

As one of signs I saw (online) from the San Francisco march read, “Life Begins at Conception…and Ends at Planned Parenthood.”

Ronald King January 28, 2009 at 12:29 AM

If you are interested in a different perspective I posted a comment in response to the two letters referenced on January 19th. We have no idea how God works and we are too quick to judge with the obvious observations and we create fire that burns rather than a luminous light that enlightens others. I see too much hatred in our response to abortion and we forget that women who abort live in fear caused by at best a lack of love.
We must understand how human beings harm one another in order to have the correct approach to abortion. There is no sin that is too small and does not do harm to self and others.

STEVE RAY HERE: I AM SURPRISED HOW THE WORD “HATRED” IS SO EASILY FLUNG AROUND IN REGARDS TO CHRISTIANS OPPOSING ABORTION. YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF FOR SUCH NONSENSE. I JOINED THE WALK FOR LIFE WITH 32,500 PEOPLE IN SAN FRANCISCO LAST WEEKEND. I SAW THE CHRISTIANS FULL OF LOVE AND CONCERN. HATRED? NOT A BIT. THERE WAS ANGER OVER THE SIN OF KILLING BABIES, JUST LIKE THERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN ANGER IN THE 1930′S OVER GENOCIDE OF THE JEWISH AND NON-GERMAN PEOPLE IN CONCENTRATION CAMPS. BUT HATRED EXPRESSED BY PROLIFE PEOPLE – NOPE, SORRY, YOU’RE INCORRECT.

THE HATRED I SAW WAS ON THE PART OF THE PRO-ABORTS. THEY WERE THE ANGRIEST MOST HATEFUL, FOUL-MOUTHED PEOPLE I HAVE EVER ENCOUNTERED.

WE ARE NOT TOO QUICK TO JUDGE. THE NEW PRESIDENT CAMPAIGNED ON A PLATFORM OF BRINGING THE COUNTRY TOGETHER, WORKING TOWARD UNITY. WHAT WAS HIS FIRST ACT? TO SLAP THE PRO-LIFE, CHRISTIAN PEOPLE OF OUR LAND IN THE FACE. HE IS THE NEW FACE OF GENOCIDE AS EVEN BLACK PREACHERS WILL SAY. HE WIPED OUT WITH ONE STROKE OF THE PEN ALL THE RESTRICTIONS ON FEDERAL FUNDING (MY TAX DOLLARS) TO PAY FOR ABORTIONS NOT ONLY HERE, BUT AROUND THE WORLD.

Tom Nourse January 28, 2009 at 7:18 PM

Steve, right on… it’s just like the people who call us ‘judgemental’ when we say abortion, gay sex and other morally reprehensible acts are sin… We are not allowed to ‘judge’ the person, but we are completely allowed to judge the deed say ‘that is wicked sin, stop!’ That does not equate to ‘you are a sinner’ which we are commanded by God NOT to say (lest we be judged ourselves). I also love the ‘free will’ argument… it goes something like ‘God gave me free will so I will use it to do what I want!’ They seem to think free will means God will ratify their lifestyle with no consequence and accept them ‘as they are’ into his pure Heaven. How did we as a people become so confused? How did protesting a sinful lifestyle (notice again, I did not say protesting ‘sinners’) become ‘attacking’ them?
How many of us saw on National Television when Prop 8 in CA was the news, all the PRO-ABORTION people attacking the 90 year old lady (physically)??? THAT my friends is an attack… praying and picketing outside a death, er, abortion mill is not an attack. Upholding the sanctity of all life (including the pro-abort crowd) is not an attack. Jesus said whatsoever you have done to the least of my brethren, you have also done for me… and vice-versa. God help us all to repentance.
In Christ’s PEACE,
Tom

Tom Nourse January 29, 2009 at 12:15 PM

Sorry, I must correct myself…when the 90 yr old lady was physically assaulted, it was by Pro Gay-Marriage people, not Pro-Abortion people. Reprehensible no matter who the perpetrator was tho…
Tom

Brother Ed January 30, 2009 at 12:26 AM

In reading commentary on liberal news sites, I constantly come to the understanding that those who rattle the bars for abortion, contraception, and “gay marriage” consider unmarried sex of any kind to be a “right” that no one should be allowed to interfere with. To even suggest that we are to restrict the nuptial act to the lives of one man and one woman in marriage gets howls of derision. Human beings are talked about as if no one has the ability to say “NO” to their disordered passions.

Sadly, the raging inferno of this mindset has been fueled by the foul media ads which use sex as a selling tool, vile country western and rock and roll songs which glorify fornication, and the Hollywood crowd who deride marriage at every opportunity they get. Added gasoline for this fire comes from our so called “free speech” rights under which innocent young men are drawn into pornography and from there taught that women are just there for their pleasure. It is all a game to these people.

But, of course, when you don’t really in the deepest part of your heart believe that there is a God and an afterlife, then you will behave accordingly.

Ronald King February 1, 2009 at 11:08 AM

Steve, I should have been more specific. I knew that was not you
that made that statement. I should have referenced the preacher. I
can understand how my statement could be associated with you. I
have spent 30 years dealing with psychological defenses that
harmfully protect the self from the awareness of inner pain and
shame. Obama is one who is protected in such a way and I know that
without being vulnerable and defenseless he cannot be dissuaded from
his core pain that views the child as not human. His desire to help
women with health and welfare plans is the desire from his heart and
is probably related to his compassion for his mother and
grandmother. Without the healthy influence of his father he had no
way of getting a sense of value from him and a single mother will
exhibit persistent distress that harms his attachment to his
mother. Consequently, he would consciously or unconsciously
experience himself as a burden and a negative object. He then must
become the hero that lifts the burden of children from the mothers
who suffer as his did.
Just a little of what crosses my mind everyday.
I never could do what you do and I never would want to take over
your blog that is such a blessing for me. I am truly sorry that I
mistakenly did not reference the preacher for the statement that I
objected to.

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