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FRIDAY, JUL 24, 2015  |  22 comments
'Black Genocide' Pastor Protests NAACP's Support for Abortion WithConfederate Flag

A black New Jersey pastor and pro-life activist protested the NAACP's support for abortion at the organization's convention held in Philadelphia last week, where he posted a sign that included both an aborted baby and a Confederate flag.

Rev. Clenard Childress, the president of the Life Education and Resource Network, the largest African-American pro-life group in the U.S., used this sign that read "Evil done to us" under the Confederate flag, and "Evil done by us," under the aborted baby to communicate his message.

Childress blasted the NAACP for supporting what he believes is "racist genocide." His website, BlackGenocide.org, equates abortion with genocide, features information on Planned Parenthood, and even provides shocking information about Margaret Sanger, the founder of organization. ...


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News Item7/25/15 6:55 PM
Observer | USA  Find all comments by Observer
SteveR wrote:
Ye know not the Scriptures
Exodus 21:16 And he that stealeth a man, and selleth him, or if he be found in his hand, he shall surely be put to death.
Adam Clarke on the above
"Verse 16. "He that stealeth a man" - By this law every man- stealer, and every receiver of the stolen person, should lose his life; no matter whether the latter stole the man himself, or gave money to a slave captain or negro-dealer to steal him for him. "
Still can't understand the Bible. Poor Stevie boy!

And that's why "YE MUST BE BORN AGAIN".

Let me know, if and when you figure it out.

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News Item7/25/15 12:36 PM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
Observer wrote:
Slavery was allowed in the Old Testament, and recognised in the NT. It was never called out as a sin, even if viewed as evil by many today. Murder is always a sin!!
Ye know not the Scriptures

Exodus 21:16 And he that stealeth a man, and selleth him, or if he be found in his hand, he shall surely be put to death.

Adam Clarke on the above

"Verse 16. "He that stealeth a man" - By this law every man- stealer, and every receiver of the stolen person, should lose his life; no matter whether the latter stole the man himself, or gave money to a slave captain or negro-dealer to steal him for him. "

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News Item7/25/15 10:43 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Okay, thanks Mike. Pretty sad that someone claiming to be a Christian (I'm assuming) seems to be okay with stirring up trouble against someone like that. Not cool, whether you happen to diaagree with a person or not.
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News Item7/25/15 9:56 AM
pennnned  Find all comments by pennnned
the [email protected] trade in the us alone is horrendous. but since the "slave trade" today is not called with an official name, we just ignore it. it kind of reminds me of the s-funded riots in ferguson. you can trace many of these groups to actual, literal commnst groups. but they get the black folks and the white folks thinking that somehow they are divided. thing is, the world system takes the dignity of us all. believers come out of such things to glorify Christ and minister Christ to one another. But if we cannot see what is occurring in our world, we are left in spiritual confusion.
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News Item7/25/15 9:07 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Christopher000 wrote:
Hi Jim, I usually make a conscious effort to stay out of some conversations. Oftentimes because they're over my head or just too mature for my knowledge. I have to ask though: Do you really feel that slavery was worse than the painful murder of millions of innocents whose numbers are increasing each and every year as their little lives become more and more meaningless? Sure, slavery was a regrettable time in our history, and many were mistreated, unfortunately, but they were not being slaughtered. They were not being pulled apart, limb by limb while conscious, disolved alive with chemicals, or sliced to pieces, as we're seeing today, bagged, tagged, and sold to the higgest bidder.
You are very correct, Christopher. But as you respond to "Jim" note the one who posted 7/24/15 6:10PM isn't our friend Jim Lincoln, but a moniker thief.
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News Item7/25/15 7:51 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Hi Jim, I usually make a conscious effort to stay out of some conversations. Oftentimes because they're over my head or just too mature for my knowledge. I have to ask though: Do you really feel that slavery was worse than the painful murder of millions of innocents whose numbers are increasing each and every year as their little lives become more and more meaningless? Sure, slavery was a regrettable time in our history, and many were mistreated, unfortunately, but they were not being slaughtered. They were not being pulled apart, limb by limb while conscious, disolved alive with chemicals, or sliced to pieces, as we're seeing today, bagged, tagged, and sold to the higgest bidder.
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News Item7/25/15 6:10 AM
Observer | USA  Find all comments by Observer
jamie wrote:
Slavery is not the murder of innocent life. Slavery is not even in the same category.
Slavery was allowed in the Old Testament, and recognised in the NT. It was never called out as a sin, even if viewed as evil by many today. Murder is always a sin!!

To try and argue that THE SIN is the lesser evil on the grounds of the length of suffering is to turn logic on its head. That's how the ungodly think!!

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News Item7/25/15 2:44 AM
jamie | iowa  Find all comments by jamie
Slavery is not the murder of innocent life. Slavery is not even in the same category.
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News Item7/24/15 6:10 PM
Jim Lincoln from Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln from Nebraska
Slavery was far worse than abortion since it was more prolonged suffering. This only proves the inadequacy of moralism in our country. Dr. Gill Rugh has a great article on this topic:

http//:www.GillRughMinistries.com/dr.-gill-rugh-teaches-on-suffering-and-death/:3862?$#

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News Item7/24/15 2:18 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
12 percent of the population? Only 12 percent? Why is it that we always hear of all of the babies that the black people have so as to be eligible for more welfare?
So much talk of women having quite a few children with so many different dads and vice versa.
Granted,non-blacks weren't as prolific in this regard at one point but,of course,along with the pants down to their knees and gangsta rap,perhaps having many babies for more welfare was yet another bad trend picked up by non-whites and so they are now the majority again?
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News Item7/24/15 2:00 PM
No Idols | State  Find all comments by No Idols
[URL=http://www.blackgenocide.org/NAACEP_2015/NAACP2015.php]]]NAACP JULY 2015 DEMONSTRATION;PHOTOS[/URL]
The abortion rate among African-American women is five times higher than among white women. In 2012, more black babies in New York City were aborted than carried to term, 31,328 to 24,758.

Do those black lives matter to the NAACP? Childress wanted to know. He wants the civil-rights group to oppose abortion and end what he called "genocide."

That would mean the NAACP reversing its 2004 pro-choice decision, which is unlikely.

Childress, a conservative, said he is "appalled by NAACP silence" on what he calls a "pernicious attack" on African-Americans.

I asked him the meaning of his black-and-white T-shirt that said, "Stop Funding Racism."

"Barack Obama and his administration is funding Planned Parenthood" to the tune of $545 million a year, he said. That's "very hypocritical" when so many black babies are aborted, he said.

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News Item7/24/15 1:54 PM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
Adam was to till the land.

Eve to take care of the children.

You cannot have one without the other!

If we want family structure to be healthy it must be in a decentralized environment. Not a corporate environment.

Cain built his kingdom. Sodom and Gomorrah.

Where children have access to fresh water and air and sunshine and can play outside... where they have work, real work to do with their hands, something honorable.

otherwise we are left in cities fighting for what free resources our corporate sponsors throw at us. the fallout is frustrated young people who do not have a trade, a home to take their bride too.

our mindset is so modernistic, its evolutionary, may we learn from the scriptures. God's biblical model for Israel did not have usery. There was supposed to be jubilee, giving back land to the family lines. this is what God's economy looks like.

children are the inheritance, not corporate investments that are about to crash and burn. retirement homes are not the way of the bible, but intergenerational support -- not day care centers while grandma and grandpa seclude themselves in an rv. not momma working minimum wage job because there's no family land

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News Item7/24/15 1:10 PM
Wayfairer pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfairer pilgrim
Formication is not " a birth control alternative" it is the primary culprit. Utter sinfulness of sex without consequences brought about by the 60's sexual revolution, that unsurped the role of the intact family through feminism and homosexuality . For this reason God gave them over to a debased mind.
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News Item7/24/15 12:27 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I'm going from memory, but when I looked up abortion statistics a while back, the black population was at 44%, 440/1000 having abortions, and Hispanics made up for another 37%. This leaves 29% for everyone else.
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News Item7/24/15 11:52 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
s c wrote:
The "black genocide" angle is an erroneous approach but support against abortion is good.
The curious item in this article is that it reads "..."Blacks make up 35 percent of the abortions in America..."
It sounds like it's not the genocide of the "black" as much as it is the genocide of the "non-black" which would make for 65% of the abortions in America compared to the "black" 35%.
Where are all of the non-black protestors?
The majority of abortions are non-black. So...I guess there goes the latest hullabaloo over blacks being the greater victim.
Of course,it would be refreshing for any and all to come against abortion period.
A simple question will help clear it up. Why does 12% of the population have 35% of the abortions?
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News Item7/24/15 11:05 AM
No Idols | State  Find all comments by No Idols
s c wrote:
The majority of abortions are non-black.
Proportionality is the point of
[URL=http://www.blackgenocide.org/home.html]]]Black Genocide[/URL]

The purpose of this web site is to expose the disproportionate amount of Black babies destroyed by the abortion industry. For every two African American women that get pregnant one will choose to abort.
A Black baby is 5 times more likely to be killed in the womb than a White Baby.

Statistics from The Alan Guttmaucher Institute

"Frankly I had thought that at that time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don't want to have too many of."

7/2/09 Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The most dangerous place for an African American to be is in the womb of their African American mother.

a disproportionately target group...

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News Item7/24/15 11:04 AM
Nameless | Everywhere  Find all comments by Nameless
s c wrote:
The "black genocide" angle is an erroneous approach but support against abortion is good.
The curious item in this article is that it reads "..."Blacks make up 35 percent of the abortions in America..."
It sounds like it's not the genocide of the "black" as much as it is the genocide of the "non-black" which would make for 65% of the abortions in America compared to the "black" 35%.
Where are all of the non-black protestors?
The majority of abortions are non-black. So...I guess there goes the latest hullabaloo over blacks being the greater victim.
Of course,it would be refreshing for any and all to come against abortion period.
SC,

do your research. Initially, Planned Parenthood set up their kiosks on predominantly "black" campuses. They aim was clear.

Unfortunately, the cry went unheeded by those who could do something about this atrocity. As a result the infection spread. It is the same with police brutality. If we continue to sit back and not cry out for truth and honest reporting, we'll just find evil more and more entertaining.
This is the stuff movies are made of. Just listen to the mockingbird.

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News Item7/24/15 10:54 AM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
The "black genocide" angle is an erroneous approach but support against abortion is good.
The curious item in this article is that it reads "..."Blacks make up 35 percent of the abortions in America..."
It sounds like it's not the genocide of the "black" as much as it is the genocide of the "non-black" which would make for 65% of the abortions in America compared to the "black" 35%.
Where are all of the non-black protestors?
The majority of abortions are non-black. So...I guess there goes the latest hullabaloo over blacks being the greater victim.
Of course,it would be refreshing for any and all to come against abortion period.
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News Item7/24/15 10:11 AM
No Idols | state  Find all comments by No Idols
Christopher000 wrote:
They cut off the parts they can sell, slap a reserve price on them and start the bidding.
Ez.13:17 Likewise, thou son of man, set thy face against the daughters of thy people, which prophesy out of their own heart; and prophesy thou against them, 13:18 And say, Thus saith the Lord GOD;
Woe to the women that sew pillows to all armholes, and make kerchiefs upon the head of every stature to hunt souls!
Will ye hunt the souls of my people, and will ye save the souls alive that come unto you? 13:19 And will ye pollute me among my people for handfuls of barley and for pieces of bread,

to slay the souls that should not die,

and to save the souls alive that should not live,

by your lying to my people that hear your lies? 13:20 Wherefore thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I am against your pillows, wherewith ye there hunt the souls to make them fly, and I will tear them from your arms, and will let the souls go, even the souls that ye hunt to make them fly.
13:21 Your kerchiefs also will I tear, and deliver my people out of your hand, and they shall be no more in your hand to be hunted; and ye shall know that I am the LORD.

ALL for money ["a padded bank account= "pillows" above]
& $$ to protect murderers,too!

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News Item7/24/15 10:07 AM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
because what we have is elite eugenicist rule that takes indl rghts and states rhgts and moves it into a centralized power, even an international power. so that there is no redress from the corporate reign.

was reading a congrss' bill rght now pushed by gm company will override all state decisions to label gms or deal with them in any way. so any efforts that have been successful at state level to deal with this will be erased and the gm companies will reign over food with no oversight.

used to be Adam tilled the soil and Eve took care of the children. Now many of our farmers refuse to eat the very gm crops they sell to others.

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