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The black genocide

November is National Black Catholic History Month and, as part of our coverage, “Currents” attended a conference on Long Island focusing on the issue of blacks and abortion. A phenomenal number of black pregnancies end in abortion — as many as 40% by one count — and that’s led some observers to warn of a “black genocide” in America.

Take a look at our report. It’s sobering.  (Coincidentally, longtime readers will note that a frequent commenter at The Bench, Dr. Gerard Nadal, was a featured speaker.)

Footnote: we reached out to Planned Parenthood for comment, but they declined to participate. 

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posted November 9, 2010 at 12:31 pm

Are you aware of a stunning yet- offensive documentary which shows the racism of the early Planned Parenthood founders and the outrage the Civil Rights leaders of the day had against Planned Parenthood? It is called- Maafa21, and it is the most comprehensive proof to the racism from this organization I have ever seen. Please do a review for other readers who must know about this important information. See the preview to Maafa211 here

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Gerard Nadal

posted November 9, 2010 at 1:02 pm

Deacon Greg,
Once again, my thanks to Daniel and your staff for a great interview and filming, and for really capturing the essence of the day!
Having studied both the eugenics movement, and Margaret Sanger in depth for years, I can honestly say that Maafa 21 is without a doubt the best documentary, throughly rooted in the literature that I have ever seen. It is a production of Mark Crutcher at Life Dynamics, and is a must see for all.
If folks want an abundance of extensive and footnoted quotes from Sanger, as well as a link to a i hour TV interview with Mike Wallace in 1957 (God, is that wild to see!!) click here to my folder of articles on Sanger at my blog, Coming Home:
There are two pages of articles at the link.

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