Abortion doctor Willie Parker is a hero to the eugenics motivated abortion industry because he is African American and works at the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi. Parker is also a circuit runner at other clinics around the country.
“My work is emotionally satisfying because compassion is my passion,” the abortionist told In These Times.
“I am fortunate to do what most people are not able to: expend my energies on behalf of what I think is a noble cause. It answers for me the question of why we are here, what this is all about. For me it’s about actualizing my own humanity by serving my fellow human beings. Compassion operates for me when I am faced by the reality that women have unplanned, unwanted pregnancies,” Parker stated.
The Black abortionist who has proudly received Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger award named after the racist speaker addressed abortion as a eugenic plot of Black Genocide, “They cite accusations of black genocide against me, but in my view it is the opposite: I do what I do because I love black women and black babies.”
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Parker also once called it “racist” NOT to provide abortions (here).
“As a physician I have to be open about the fact that I provide abortion care,” Parker continued in the interview.
“I have to say, ‘I’m as skilled as any doctor in my chosen craft can be, I’m as principled as any human being on the planet, and I do abortions. There’s nothing mutually exclusive about that.’ When I raise that counternarrative, it should empower other doctors who know what is the right thing to do, but can’t find the social courage to do so,” he added.
Then he made this shocking statement, “When people say how brave I must be to openly do what I do, people don’t remember that the most important thing I do is use a cannula to empty a woman’s uterus. It’s what advocates do that is brave.”
What Parker empties out happens to be an innocent unborn human baby.
LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.