Black Pastor: Cain Right About Planned Parenthood, Abortion

National   Steven Ertelt   Nov 3, 2011   |   4:14PM    Washington, DC

A black pastor who is one of the leading pro-life figures in the African-American community says Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is right when it comes to Planned Parenthood’s racist pro-abortion agenda.

In a weekend interview, Cain said “If people go back and look at the history and look at Margaret Sanger’s own words, that’s exactly where that came from What I’m saying is, Planned Parenthood isn’t sincere about wanting to try to counsel them not to have abortions.”

“Seventy-five percent of those facilities were built in the black community. In Margaret Sanger’s own words, she didn’t use the word ‘genocide,’ but she did talk about preventing the increasing number of poor blacks in this country by preventing black babies from being born,” Cain added.

Walter Hoye, a pro-life African-American pastor from California, says Cain’s comments are borne out in a report issued by Life Dynamics showing the placement of abortion centers in largely black or minority areas displays the racial undertones of abortion.

“The eye opening report, Racial Targeting and Population Control by Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics confirms Herman Cain’s declaration and reveals the truth about Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry,” Cain says.

“In the summer of 2009, Life Dynamics released the documentary film, Maafa21. Its basic contention is that terms like ‘population control’ and ‘family planning’ are code words for a genocidal effort aimed at minorities — primarily African-Americans,” the report states. “Among the many revelations documented in this film is that, as far back as the mid 1900s, some well-known eugenicists were arguing that the most effective way they could advance their agenda would be to concentrate population control facilities within the targeted communities.”

“The reality is, the research in AGI’s report had been manipulated to yield pre-determined results,” the report adds. “What we now know — and have documented — is that there is NOT one state in the union without population control centers located in ZIP codes with higher percentages of Blacks and/or Hispanics than the state’s overall percentage.”

Hoye continues:  “The Maafa21 DVD presents evidence that Planned Parenthood and others within the abortion and family planning lobby chose locations for their facilities in communities of color and that practice continues today.

“In Oakland, California, my neighborhood, where the majority population is black (36%) there were four (4) abortion clinics aka population control facilities. Coincidence, I don’t think so,” he says. “If there’s any question about what an abortion is or what an abortion does let’s hear Margaret Sanger at the age of 38, the Mother of the Birth Control Movement and Planned Parenthood the largest abortion provider in the country founded by Margaret Sanger answer these questions.”

Hoye points out that, in Family Limitation in 1917, Sanger said “Any attempt to interfere with the development of the fertilized ovum is called an abortion.”

“The facts are in now,” Hoye concludes, “communities of color have been targeted and it’s clear now what abortion is and what abortion does. Genocide by definition is “the policy of deliberately killing a nationality.” Herman Cain is right, Planned Parenthood is Planned Genocide and the sooner America wakes up the more lives will be saved.”