Why the Name?

So why did I choose the name Black By Color Only? On October 16, 1995 (my 27th birthday), a historical event took place known as "The Million Man March", led by the so-called minister Louis Farrakhan. The black community, for the most part, was moved with pride at the event. I, however, was unimpressed at the event, being that I like being an individual who doesn't like to cater to the collective thought of a race of individuals. Anyway, some time afterwards, I read an editorial in the local paper praising the recent event, so I decided to respond and give my point of view of the MMM. A few days later, my article appeared in the editorial and, a few more days later, a couple of people responded. One of them lamented that I said I was black--apparently by color only. It was then that I was struck by inspiration. What if I had some kind of program or forum, or whatever, titled Black By Color Only? That would be--how should I say it--cool! It has taken a while, but the inspiration has now materialized into this blog. Hopefully, in the future, it could materialize into something bigger.

Just to let you know a little about me:

I am a firm believer in the Bible and the deity of Jesus Christ.

Although I don't consider myself Republican or Democrat, I tend to favor a conservative point of view.

I believe this country should be run according to our Constitution.

I favor the Fair Tax in which the current tax code (and the IRS) will be eliminated and replaced by a consumer based tax.

I don't vote in favor of my wallet but in favor of morals and principles.

Just because I'm black doesn't mean I hold to the point of view of mainstream black America.

I believe racism is as big a problem in the black community as it is in the white community, and maybe more so.

The above statements get me in trouble with my fellow black "bruthas" who believe I should think like them. They proceed to call me a white lover, an Uncle Tom, and a sellout. Hey, when you throw a brick into a pack of dogs, the one you hit is the one that yelps the loudest.

I hope that you will get something meaningful from this blog. If you want to get even more about what I believe in, tune in to blogtalkradio.com/blackbycoloronly to hear my online radio program. I hope you have a good time visiting and I hope to see you on the rebound.


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Sunday, May 17, 2009

Abortion=Black Homicide

Abortion-the mention of that word begins a spark of controversy that grows into a conflagration of debate. In today's society, the debate rages on whether abortion takes a human life or if it is just the removal of unwanted tissue (i.e. cancer cells). This debate, however, didn't begin in January 1973, when the infamous Roe v. Wade decision made abortion legal in the entire US. Oh, no. It began in the 19th century with a woman named Margaret Sanger.
Margaret Sanger, in short, was a racial eugenecist. She believed certain races-blacks, Jews, so-called "half-breeds", and other non-whites-were inferior to the so-called master Aryan Race. Matter of fact, she wanted to start a revolution towards the elimination of "Jews, n----rs, and half-breeds." She referred to these races as "human weeds." To eliminate the black race, she came upon an idea: she would influence the ministers of various black churches to carry her message of so-called family planning, since the church had a heavy influence on the black race. Unfortunately, her idea caught on and eventually spread like an unchecked brush fire. Later, she formed an organization that would eventually bear the name Planned Parenthood. Today, PP (how ironic) is the largest abortion provider in the world. What does this have to do with the black race? Plenty!
First, consider the fact that Margaret Sanger was a racist who hated black people. So, she comes up with an idea to eliminate the race through so-called family planning. This was done with the utmost intent and involve devious planning on her part to get her plan to fly. There are even stories that black women were sterilized without their knowledge or consent.
Second, in the US today, if three black women are pregnant, one will choose to have an abortion. Black women have flooded to PP (nasty sounding, isn't it?) in droves, becoming the largest group to choose to abort their children. Moreover, this is having a devastating effect on the black population, which has a below 0% growth rate today. When I was in tenth grade in 1984, black comprised about 12% of the US population. Today, that rate has gone down to 9%. At this rate, in seventy-two years, the black race will be extinct. There's a word for this type of phenomenon called, uh,well...genocide.
Thirdly, most PP clinics are located in low-income neighborhoods. Translation: They're located in areas where black folks have easy access to them. Margaret Sanger, congratulations! Your dream lives on!
I have to inject a bit of irony into this. When abortion became legal in this country, one of the Supreme Court justices that favored its legalization was a man named Thurgood Marshall, history's first black US Supreme Court justice. For a time, Planned Parenthood was headed by a black woman named Faye Wattleton. Many blacks have jumped aboard the abortion bandwagon including: Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Jocelyn Elders, and history's first black US President, Barack Obama. What gets me is how members of the black race rant on and on about the injustices laid on them in the past. They talk about the assassinations, the lynchings, the beatings, etc., but they are silent about the issue of abortion, which has claimed the lives of over 11,000,000 black babies since 1973. Nearly 1,500 a day are murdered through the procedure, but our black "leaders" are silent. Barack Obama even said the issue of whether abortion takes the life of an innocent human being was "above my paygrade." Wow. So how much do we have to pay Mr Obama to give his thoughts on this issue?
Many of the women who have undergone an abortion usually face complications in future pregnancies such as still births and children born with birth defects (Hey! Let's kill them, too!).
Abortion really isn't a racial issue since abortion has wrapped its nasty tentacles around children of all races. However, the black race needs to come face to face with this issue since our numbers are declining (something you won't hear reported on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, or MSNBC) or soon this scenario will be played out:

Father and child visiting museum in the year 2100:
Child: Daddy! Daddy! Daddy!
Father: Hmmm?
Child (pointing to a statue of a black man): What is that?
Father (with a sad sigh): Son, that is the last black man ever to live in the US. They no longer live here anymore.
Child: Why not?
Father: They're all dead. They all died back in 2081.
Child: How did they die? Did we kill them?
Father: In a way, yes, but it was their leaders support of abortion that finally did them in.
Child: That's terrible.
Father: Yes, son, it is.

As for Margaret Sanger, after living for the devil all of her life, I'm sure that, right now, she's on fire for God. I'll see you on the rebound.

PS-Margaret Sanger admired people like Charles Darwin, whose evolutionary views fueled the superior vs inferior races issue, and Adolph Hitler, whose actions exterminated 6,000,000 Jews.

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