The choice could not be more clear. One candidate supports fulfilling God’s purpose of creation, and one does not. One is on the side of good, the other is on the side of evil.
Each week, over 5700 Black babies are aborted in the United States. Since abortion became legal in 1973, 18,647,000 plus black children have been aborted (murdered), out of a total of 62,157,000 plus abortions since 1973.
At least thirty per cent of all abortions are performed on blacks, who represent 13.4 % of the population. Planned Parenthood, formerly the American Birth Control League, is a major provider of abortions in black neighborhoods, providing a disproportionate number of services in those neighborhoods vs. other neighborhoods.
The founder of Planned Parenthood is Margaret Sanger (1879-1966). She is a eugenicist who said in a letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble:
“We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the 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.”
Today that mission is alive and well. Sanger craftily promoted “women’s health” to black intellectuals and pastors. W. E. B. Dubois wrote
“the mass of ignorant Negroes still breed carelessly and disastrously, so that the increase among Negroes, even more than the increase among whites, is from that part of the population least intelligent and fit, and least able to rear their children properly.”
Dr. Adam Clayton Powell Sr. allowed Margaret Sanger to speak at a mass meeting at the Abyssinian Baptist Church and Rev. Adam Clayton Powell Jr. served on the Board of the American Birth Control League, now Planned Parenthood.
Margaret Sanger dreamed of a magic birth control pill, and secured funding for Gregory Pincus to develop birth control pills in the early 1950’s. Before that, birth control devices consisted of condoms, intrauterine devices and diaphragms and the like. However, a little known effect of using birth control pills is the decline in fertility for women using the pill for many years. This accounts in part for the vast rise in the infertility business.
Not surprisingly, considering her value set, Margaret Sanger separated from her first husband and embraced the idea of “free” love, having multiple affairs. Later, they divorced. She later remarried. Sanger was a member of the Women’s committee of the New York Socialist Party.
Interestingly, Dr. Marie Stopes (1880-1958), Sanger’s contemporary in Great Britain was also a eugenicist, who said
“…to counteract the steady evil which has been growing for a good many years of the reduction of the birth rate just on the part of the thrifty, wise, well-contented, and the generally sound members of our community, and the reckless breeding from the C.3 end, and the semi-feebleminded, the careless, who are proportionately increasing in our community because of the slowing of the birth rate at the other end of the social scale. Statistics show that every year the birth rate from the worst end of our community is increasing in proportion to the birth rate at the better end, and it was in order to try to right that grave social danger that I embarked upon this work.”
What is badly needed is a God-centered view of marriage that uplifts the dignity of marriage and underscores the importance of sexual abstinence before marriage. Such a view is found in the scriptural teachings of Rev. Sun Myung Moon who explains clearly the purpose of marriage as creating the very image of God. Real liberation and freedom can only come when we follow God’s plan. Anything else will bring false “liberation”, just like Margaret Sanger’s shrill promise of a better life for black people. Instead, we have today’s black genocide, still being promoted as “women’s health” and something that is helping and liberating black women and black communities. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
5770 black children are aborted every week in the United States. That is 30% of abortions with blacks being 13.4 % of the population. Many black pastors sanction this black genocide. Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger was a eugenicist.
We are in need of a great spiritual re-awakening. The core of this awakening needs to be living for the sake of others. We see this spirit in the movement of the first Great Awakening in the United States in the period around 1740 to 1750. Daryl Bryant writes in an essay in The Coming Kingdom; Essays in American Millennialism & Eschatology
Rather than seeing the millennial kingdom unfolding in the events subsequent to the Awakening, Edwards believed that the Devil had succeeded in turning the movement away from its divine ground. Consequently, Edwards turned to the development of an account of the Christian life centered on the overcoming of a parochial spirit, on rooting out the demons of self-centeredness in the Christian, the church and the wider culture. (pp. 48-49)
Here is a summary of Donald Trump’s and Hillary Clinton’s views on social issues and religious freedom:
|Issue||Hillary Clinton Positions||Donald Trump Positions||Hillary Clinton quotes/voting||Donald Trump Quotes||Other Quotes|
|Abortion is a woman’s unrestricted right||Strongly Agrees||Opposes||Clinton scores 100% by NARAL (National Abortion Rights Action League) on pro-choice voting record||“I hate the concept of abortion.”|
|Should Planned Parenthood get Federal Funds||Yes, strongly agrees||No, disagrees||“I’m proud to stand with Planned Parenthood, I’ll never stop fighting to protect the ability and right of every woman in this country to make her own health decisions.”||“Planned Parenthood should absolutely be defunded”|
|Supports partial-birth abortion||Yes||No||Voted NO on banning partial birth abortions except for maternal life|| Mike Pence:
“I can’t understand is with Hillary Clinton, and now Senator Kaine by her side, to support a practice like partial birth abortion.,The very idea that a child that is almost born into the world could still have their life taken from them is just anathema to me, and I can’t conscience about a party that supports that.”
|Believes in the Sanctity of Life||No||Yes|| “Mike Pence:
The sanctity of life proceeds out of the belief, that ancient principle, where God says before you were formed in the womb I knew you.”
|Supports Same-Sex Marriage||Yes, Strongly Supports||Opposes||“I just don’t feel good about it. I don’t feel right about it. I’m against it, and I take a lot of heat because I come from New York. You know, for New York it’s like, how can you be against gay marriage? But I’m opposed to gay marriage.”||“Hillary Clinton supports marriage equality and hopes the Supreme Court will come down on the side of same-sex couples being guaranteed that constitutional right,”|
|Keep God in the Public Square||Mixed Opinions||Strongly Supports||“Far too many women are still denied critical access to reproductive health care and safe childbirth,… And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.”||What offends me is the way our religious beliefs are being treated in public. There are restrictions on what you can say and what you can’t say, as well as what you can put up in a public area. The belief in the lessons of the Bible has had a lot to do with our growth and success. That’s our tradition, and for more than 200 years it has worked very well. * (See below)|
|Supports teaching abstinence from sex before marriage||No||?||Speaking on defunding Planned Parenthood: “We’ve seen them in Florida where Jeb Bush funneled millions of taxpayer dollars into abstinence-only programs while gutting funds for crucial family planning programs.”|
*Trump, continued: “For years you’d have beautiful mangers in public spaces and nobody complained about it.
Now? Mary and the baby Jesus are seldom shown. Even the word “Christmas” has somehow become controversial. Who in the world could be offended by someone saying “Merry Christmas”?! That greeting isn’t critical of any other religion, and it isn’t being disrespectful to those who practice another religion. It’s a wonderful tradition.
The same people who demand respect for their beliefs often don’t show respect for the beliefs of others. It seems like every week there is a negative ruling on some issue having to do with Christianity. I think it’s outrageous.”
Here are two good articles on Hillary Clinton’s dubious claim that she defends religious freedom:
LifeNews.com reports that
““I am deeply troubled by the emails within the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign that show senior campaign officials smearing and ridiculing Roman Catholics and evangelicals. This is anti-Christian bigotry, pure and simple. It is sad, offensive, and un-American,” he told LifeNews.com.