Yeah - because allowing woman a choice forces her to do the will of others.How does that even pretend to make sense?If you want to be
against abortion, fine - be against abortion. But at least have a reasonable
argument.I mean, really - this is the best you can come up with?!
Watch the documentary Maafa 21. It very clearly lays out how American
eugenicists planned to use abortion to curb the population growth of African
Americans. Margaret Sanger who started Planned Parenthood was extraordinarily
racist. In the beginning, abortion wasn't about the right to choose, it was
about eliminating "undesirable" populations. Supreme court justice
Ruth Ginsburg said, "Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was
decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in
populations that we dont want to have too many of." A larger ratio of
African American women get abortions. Don't you think that may have a damaging
effect on African American communities in the long run?
Accepting for the sake of this argument that a fetus is a living being (a
position with which I do not in fact agree) and accepting for the sake ofo this
argument that the pregnant woman does not want to gestate a pregancy at the
moment (which may or may not be true in each case), then the enslaving is
forcing the pregnant woman against her will to rent out her uterus for nine
straight months to an unwelcome stranger (and risk the very real danger to her
life, health and well-being).
@2cents EM So maybe rather then restricting all womens right to seek and
abortion we should look at the underlying social economic reasons African
American women maybe still seeking abortions and provide realistic alternatives
for them. As to the constant reference to Margaret Sanger as sad and
wrong as her early views where they where the common beliefs of most white
people of her time. As you do mention, ever so briefly, she did come to see the
errors in her thinking as many did and to condemn an entire organization for the
beliefs of one of its founders or leaders 80 years ago seems rather silly since
there are few organizations that existed at that time that could withstand that
level of scrutiny.
What people do not understand about this situation is that the
RadianceFoundation and Ryan Bomberger were started by pro-aborts. Ryan is a
Black man raised by whites. Before civil rights, he would have been raised by
Blacks because Blacks were cohesive at that time. He grew up and married a white
woman. Now he is preaching to Black women, of all people, that they should not
abort babies (but instead give them up for adoption????). Thousands of
well-meaning pro-lifers will pour their life-savings into Radiance but his
target audience, Black women, won’t. Black women already have enough
problems in their life. They don't need another Black man who didn't
want to marry one of them preaching to them. They won't listen, either, to
his white wife. Pro-choicers should thank their lucky stars this one came along.
The pro-aborts who support him have chosen well because Ryan Bomberger is a
waste of time and will waste time - pro-lifers time. And NAACP and their kin
will, of course, laugh their heads off.