Thursday, August 27, 2015

Black Pastors And Leaders Demand Smithsonian Remove Statue of Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger

Speaking is Kenneth Blackwell, President of
Global Life & Contributing Author to
 ARRA News Service and Greater Fitchburg for Life
A group of African American pastors And Black Leaders is upping their demand for the taxpayer-funded Smithsonian to remove a statue of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger. The museum has so far refused their request to remove the statue of the eugenics-supporting founder of the abortion business caught selling aborted babies and their body parts.

Bishop E.W. Jackson, Senior Pastor of Joy Christian Fellowship, Dr. Leon Threatt, Sr. Pastor of Zoe Bible Church, Pastor Iverson Jackson, Sr. Pastor of More Grace Ministries, Pastor Cecil Blye, Senior Pastor, Kingdom Equippers Ministries, and Pastor Garfield Williams, former U.S. Ambassador to the UN Commission on Human Rights are among those rallying today.

They are joined by Kenneth Blackwell, President of Global Life & Family Mission, Rev. Johnny Hunter, Chairman of the Frederick Douglass Foundation, Rev. Dean Nelson, President of Global Life & Family Mission, Co-Founder of the Radiance Foundation, Ryan Bomberger, Senior Pastor of Hope Christian Church, Bishop Harry Jackson, Founder of the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), Star Parker, Founder of Live Action, and top pro-life advocates like Lila Rose and the Susan B. Anthony List. Read More:

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26 comments :

Jeanie Maria said...

I'm so happy to see these men of God fight for the life of babies. We must turn back to God or we are doomed as a country!

Raul E. Fernandez said...

It's a museum. They shouldn't remove her, but rather place her memory in the correct context - as a eugenicist; alongside the others (Hitler et al).

Bill Donahue said...

Margaret started out on a good note but ended on a sour note.

Bill Smith said...

Her intent from the very beginning was Eugenics and the limiting of the human race to her defined "special people."

Jennifer Chan said...

I DEMAND IT TO BE NOT JUST REMOVED BUT DESTROYED!

Bill Donahue said...

Bill...thanks for the comment.... yep, she was initially interested in birth control and moved on to abortions from what i have read. If you don't mind I'm going to follow you -- similar interests

Bill Smith said...

Bill (Donahue). Appreciate the follow. I am the editor for Greater Fitchburg for Life (this blog), the ARRA News Service (http://arranewsservice.com) and other sites.

Bill Donahue said...

Raul, Great comment ...or put her bust in the rest room next to the toilets -- fitting

Matthew Latham said...

Black lives matter unless they are unborn. MLK would be right there next to those guys is the biggest shame. I won't be going back to the Smithsonian.

Joy Smith said...

Somebody standing thank God.

Margot Freeman said...

"When Liberal interest collide" causes a Liberal paradox.

Oh yeah... they're Christian....never mind.

Gina Therese said...

We NEED more black churches involved in this fight!

Jean Hutchinson Savage said...

Good for them and what they also need to do is demand Hillary apologize for praising PP and Sanger. She needs to be called out on what the "real war on women" is and not the phony stuff she is trying to get elected on!

Nicholas Amormino said...

I think it might be even better, to place some racist quote that she made on it, just before it's torn down.

Susan Scott Davis said...

This is all well and good, but you need to be storming the abortion clinics and saving the babies now! Put your anger to doing something to save these innocent babies!

Matt Page said...

Call the Smithsonian directly:
Please call (888) 317-2837 FREE and ask them to remove this bust!
Eugenics (the notion and practice of removing “unfit” members of society through selective breeding and sterilization) was Sanger’s largest and most lasting crusade. Here are some of her controversial statements on the matter:
“We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population."
“Birth control must lead ultimately to a cleaner race."
“I believe that there should be no more babies.”

Victorious Nani Lee said...

I completely stand with these pastors...it makes me so angry!

Carol Vance Kingsmore said...

YES!

Linda Clark said...

I agree!

Autem IntegrityRebuilding Clay said...

What happens when we unite?

Paula Main said...

Sanger was evil!

Carol Vance Kingsmore said...

Yes !

Naomi Cano said...

YES

Laura Zavala Allred said...

This is amazing!

Amanda Shiflett said...

Yes...so great!!

Yvonne Leehelen Dowell said...

Amen! She was an evil woman!