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Let’s Debate Democrat Racial Extermination Practices

By Greg L | 19 May 2013 | Virginia Politics | 10 Comments

The left obviously still can’t figure out what to do when confronted by a conservative that doesn’t fit their racial stereotypes, especially when that conservative is a Republican nominee for state-wide office.  Their first shot across the bow is to take one of E. W. Jackson’s most powerful assaults on the culture of death that the Democratic Party embraces and instead of responding to it in any substantial way, they simply try to mock it.  That strategy might not work out quite as well as the liberals hope. Here’s what has liberals in such an uproar:

The Democrat Party has created an unholy alliance between certain so-called civil rights leaders and Planned Parenthood, which has killed unborn black babies by the tens of millions. Planned Parenthood has been far more lethal to black lives than the KKK ever was… and the Democrat Party and the black civil rights allies are partners in this genocide.

Abortion supporters are aghast that anyone could possibly say such a thing, but their real problem is that this is precisely the truth, spoken rather powerfully, and by someone with instant credibility within the black community.  That’s a real problem for them.  When we dig into this statement and the facts underlying it a huge can of worms opens up for the left, and by spreading this statement to the press and to their potential supporters, they are inviting us to dig into the underlying story here and it is one well worth exploring in all of its horrifying detail. Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger is a well documented racist eugenics advocate who expressly advocated racial extermination of blacks with abortion.  Genocide is an apt description of her ultimate goal as she expressed it and it wasn’t like she or any of her associates were trying to hide it in the 1930’s.  After World War II talk of “exterminating” people because of their race became quite problematic, but until a short guy with a funny mustache in Germany made the concept wildly unpopular the left was always openly tinkering with strange notions about how to improve humanity by eliminating the parts of it they found inconvenient.  Here’s Margaret Sanger, again:

The minister’s work is also important and he should be trained, perhaps by the Federation as to our ideals and the goal that we hope to reach. We do not want 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.

Amazingly, Democrats refuse to renounce and reject the philosophy of Margaret Sanger or limit in any way the institution she has built that has eradicated more human lives than the gas chambers of Nazi Germany.  Instead, any attack on Planned Parenthood and their dogged pursuit of racial extermination is strangely considered a fundamental attack on human rights. They can’t acknowledge Kermit Gosnell and the mass murder of living, breathing black infants he was recently convicted of in Philadelphia, yet the right to murder minority children in filthy Planned Parenthood abortion mills is some sort of core freedom that Democrats feel compelled to defend. Since 1973, 17 million black babies were murdered in the womb exactly as Sanger hoped would happen.   This has effectively cut what the black population in the United States should be today by 30%.  The terrorist arm of the Democratic Party during reconstruction, the Ku Klux Klan murdered 3,446 blacks and 1,297 whites between 1882 and 1968 according to the Tuskegee Institute, which is considerably fewer than the number of black children that Planned Parenthood has eradicated.  Democrat eugenicists were by far more effective at wholesale genocide as a medical practice than Democrat racists wearing bedsheets and wielding torches were effective in practicing genocide at the retail level using ropes.  Democrats can complain about the facts that Bishop Jackson relates, but they cannot refute the truth that he communicates as it blisteringly condemns a core philosophy of the Democratic Party that spans their entire history as a political movement.

[Martin Luther King, Jr.] once said, “The Negro cannot win as long as he is willing to sacrifice the lives of his children for comfort and safety.” How can the “Dream” survive if we murder the children? Every aborted baby is like a slave in the womb of his or her mother. The mother decides his or her fate. — Dr. Alveda King, niece of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King

I am positively certain Bishop Jackson would quite relish the opportunity to debate which genocidal practice of the left that was embraced by the Democratic Party, abortion or KKK lynchings, is more repulsive and abhorrent.  Actually, such a discussion could be quite productive and since the outcome might actually save millions of innocent American lives every year, most of whom are racial and ethnic minorities.  I figure it’s not just a good thing we have that discussion, but an absolute moral imperative that we do so. So I thank Democrats for raising this issue and quite look forward to a lengthy, exhaustive and complete evaluation in every public forum possible between now and November.  We’ll figure out during that time precisely who it is who holds “extreme” views.

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  1. Joe Budzinski said on 19 May 2013 at 11:03 pm:
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    Excellent post, Greg. There are volumes of stories to be told between now and November on a topic that has been expunged from U.S. history. And now, with EW having led on the issue in a very public manner, those stories will get traction.

  2. paul vogel said on 19 May 2013 at 11:21 pm:
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    Hate to throw water on the parade, but what is Ew’s Jobs plan for Virginia? Is it pray to Jesus for a job? Cause I believe Jesus teaches to go out and grab a job. Ew should make sure theres a job to grab, not complain about the past

  3. Greg L said on 20 May 2013 at 12:43 am:
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    Let’s see here. A Lieutenant Governor has two constitutional roles: break ties in Senate votes and succeed the Governor if he is unable to serve. “Making sure there’s a job to grab” as a function of the Lieutenant Governor, or for the Commonwealth of Virginia just isn’t in the job description.

    That being said, Jackson has spoken at length about how government regulation stifles job creation. I would expect that should he be called on to break a tie on a bill that would impose new regulations on employers that would negatively affect employment he would likely not support it. Similarly he would likely be inclined to vote in favor of repealing regulations when such action is warranted.

    I’m sure he’ll be happy to pray for you, though.

  4. Anonymous said on 20 May 2013 at 5:22 am:
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    You can’t talk about 17 million black abortions without mentioning how many white ones. But you conveniently did.

  5. Anonymous said on 20 May 2013 at 5:59 am:
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    There have been 54 million abortions since 1973 in the US. Perhaps the other 37 million whites are the reals ones being exterminated.

  6. Independent Thinker said on 20 May 2013 at 8:51 am:
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    Anonymous 5:22 and 5:59, 54 million regardless of race is plain butchering. Hitler’s policies were credited for 11-14 million in the Holocaust, 6 million of which were Jewish. So, let’s put the 54 million in perspective.

    Compare 54 million to any hated despot since 1900.

  7. D.J. said on 20 May 2013 at 10:11 am:
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    As an African-American conservative, it is exciting to see a Black person be nominated by the Republican Party of Virginia for statewide audience. I look forward to campaigning on his behalf. But I want to caution GOP activists. Greg refers to Jackson as , “…someone with instant credibility within the black community.” Hold on a minute there… just because someone is African-American doesn’t mean they have instant credibility in the community. If this were the case, Clearance Thomas, Allen West, and Alan Keyes would all be celebrated by the NAACP and Black community, at large. That hasn’t happened. Don’t get me wrong. Many Black conservatives do have widespread credibility in the community (for example: Michael Steele, J.C. Watts, Artur Davis, Sen. Tim Scott, Kay Coles James).

    Jackson is entitled to his strong beliefs and values, but a few of his strong statements do not resonate within the Black community (Example: I’m not an African-American, I’m an American). Let’s not jump to conclusions that nominating a Black person means that he/she has credibility in the Black community, or will win our Party the minority vote. Increasing our vote among ethnic minorities takes time in those communities, engaging them and listening to them, celebrating their culture, and communicating how our conservative principles will improve their lives. Simply nominating a Black person will not automatically do that.

    Virginia is an extremely diverse state that is becoming more multicultural and diverse. In 1990, minorities made up 24% of the population. Today, that number is about 38% and growing fast! Nominating minority candidates are great for the Republican Party, but we must engage minority communities also. We DO NOT NEED to compromise our principles, we need to engage the communities. Because if we don’t, we will no longer be able to win statewide elections.

  8. Anonymous said on 20 May 2013 at 10:13 am:
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    It is estimated that Mao’s policies killed over 70 million Chinese. Regardless, all these deaths by tyrants or abortuaries were/are intended and can never be considered accidents.

  9. Anonymous said on 20 May 2013 at 10:21 am:
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    @8:51 While the number of abortions increased per year from 800 K to over 1 million after Roe vs. Wade, the number of late term abortions were vastly reduced due to legalization.

    “The legalization of abortion also led to changes in when women sought abortions: In 1970, nearly one in four abortions were performed at 13 weeks’ gestation or later,12 compared with one in 10 a decade later (Table 1). In addition, more than half of women obtaining abortions after 1980 did so at eight weeks’ gestation or earlier.”


    Let’s put in perspective how many would have occurred whether it was legal or not and when those would have occurred.

  10. SUSAN said on 21 May 2013 at 2:35 pm:
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    Abortions are another name for murder, any way you look at it. Babies haven’t any freedom to protect themselves.

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