Since the Elite consider everyone else as “useless bottom feeders” to me saying no to “abortion” is in effective, if it does not include, poverty, poor housing, poor education, unemployment, fluoridated water, Pesticides, preservatives, gmo food, sex & violence targeting the youth through music videos, movies, and video games, targeted bio-chemical warfare in poor communities, corporations who rob the Earth of its natural resources, Thieves & Robbers better known as Bankster and Corporate CEO’s, etc. The list is endless, but one thing that is for sure, the woman who wants and/or needs an abortion, has been victimized by the above in many more cases than not.
Denying them abortions just leads them into the back alley of death and doctors who care not about their welfare, their health, or their destiny. We can Blame Obama, we can blame Margaret Sanger, but the reason there are so many abortions in the Black community is a deeper issue that needs to be addressed beginning with the slacking of the gap between the rich and poor.
The birth rate may have lessened by some minor degree points in the black community, but black folks overall, have far less incidence of abortions than that of whites, these white abortions seldom hit the mainstream news statistics. Whites have the privilege and the opportunity to have the “abortion” in a much less harmful environment than the blacks and poor whites do.
It always amazes me how people forget that Poverty is the major culprit. I also don’t understand why anti-abortion folks are not about paying more taxes to fund social services that will take care of the children who are born and who need to be cared for while their parents work two and three jobs. I don’t understand how the disconnect between having a child and the 18 or so years caretaking of the child that happens after birth, and no viable alternatives are offered to women who struggle to keep their heads above water.
I take this personally, because I never went to Planned Parenthood for an abortion, I had 4 children in 5 years, and we lived in poverty for their entire childhood, there were no community services that would assist me in taking care of my children’s needs. I believe that I was blessed to make it through, but when someone insists on taking the option of abortion away from a woman’s life??? What are they replacing that option with??
I do not think that women as a whole should just get pregnant and then have an abortion. I don’t believe that most black women function that way. Many are so caught between a rock and a hard place, they may most likely make the choice out of desperation. What are the nay sayers going to do about that?? Tell them to pray and God will provide? When you are poor… where is the God of Provisions?