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It’s racist.  It’s voter suppression.  It’s genocide.  It’s white supremacy.  It’s abortion

It’s racist.  It’s voter suppression.  It’s genocide.  It’s white supremacy.  It’s abortion

The entire defense of abortion is based on the very thing the proponents will not even talk about – the life of an evolving human being.  The person in the womb.  They say it is about women’s health … economic freedom … a woman’s exclusive control over her body … a constitutional right … a precedent … poll numbers.  Anything but the evolving life in the womb.

To understand the headline, you need to know how the push for abortions came about in America.  It was not an issue that rose in 1973 because of a decision by the Supreme Court.  It started much earlier.

In the early years of the 20th Century, a woman named Margaret Sanger was on a mission to save humanity from the scourge of inferior human beings – most notably Negroes.  

Sanger was a super white supremacist.  Her theories were based on the false sciences of Phrenology, Craniometry, and Eugenics (Sanger’s favorite) that were popular among the progressive leadership at the time – including Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt.  Also, a guy in Germany named Adolph Hitler.

She launched the American Birth Control League with the specific purpose of eliminating blacks in America by birth control, forced sterilization, and abortion.  She was also a supporter of the “back to Africa movement”. Under Sanger’s programs, black women were often sterilized or aborted without their knowledge during other medical procedures.  The black community referred to those sterilizations and abortions as “Negro appendectomies.” 

Hitler maintained contact with the Sanger folks, and they exchanged communications of mutual praise for each other’s efforts to purify the human race.  It was not until Hitler invaded Poland that the relationship was severed, and Sanger renamed her group Planned Parenthood.  The name changed, but the work continued – often through Sanger’s professional association with white supremacist groups like the Ku Klux Klan.

Yes … that was then, and this is now.  But the disturbing elements of Sanger’s original efforts remain part of the abortion issue today – and her Planned Parenthood is the tip of the spear for those promoting abortions.

As was the case some 100 years ago, most of the abortion clinics in America are located to serve Black communities.  Most of the evolving humans being destroyed are Black babies.  Black civic leaders often point out that the most dangerous place for a Black baby is in the womb of his or her mother.

It is beyond refutation that there is a Black bias in the American abortion culture.  That is racism.

In fact, so many Black babies are being aborted that it has stalled the growth of the Black population in America.  That smacks of genocide.

Reducing the number of Blacks being born means that a lot of future Black voters are eliminated.  That is voter suppression on steroids.

And all things considered, the factual impact on Black births, Black voting and Black power serves the purposes of White supremacy.   Blacks represent approximately 14 percent of the population, but 38 percent of the abortions.  If you add all those the left calls people-of-color, minorities comprise approximately 28 percent of the population (excluding White Hispanics) and 67 percent of all abortions.

Michael Eric Dyson is a Black professor at Vanderbilt University and a frequent guest on leftwing media.  Based on seeing his appearances on many occasions, I describe him as a race baiter (racists) who peddles racial divisiveness and radical left propaganda.  He is one of the major proponents of the false claim that White America is cowering in fear of losing majority status.  

In terms of abortion, Dyson argues (get ready for this beauty) that opposition to abortion is White supremacy.  WHAT?  White supremacists want to allow more Black babies to be born?  Apparently, Dyson never heard of Margaret Sanger and what real White supremacists thought about Black babies entering the world.

We pro-life conservatives are not conflicted or racist in our beliefs.  We see EVERY evolving human in the womb to be a precious life – protectable by a just and humane society.  So, when it comes to abortion, who are the real racists? … white supremacists?  They are not known by what they say, but by what they do.

So, there ‘tis.

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Larry Horist

So,there‘tis… The opinions, perspectives and analyses of Larry Horist Larry Horist is a businessman, conservative writer and political strategist with an extensive background in economics and public policy. Clients of his consulting firm have included such conservative icons as Steve Forbes and Milton Friedman. He has served as a consultant to the Nixon White House and travelled the country as a spokesman for President Reagan’s economic reforms. He has testified as an expert witness before numerous legislative bodies, including the U. S. Congress. Horist has lectured and taught courses at numerous colleges and universities, including Harvard, Northwestern, DePaul universities, Hope College and his alma mater, Knox College. He has been a guest on hundreds of public affairs talk shows, and hosted his own program, “Chicago In Sight,” on WIND radio. Horist was a one-time candidate for mayor of Chicago and served as Executive Director of the City Club of Chicago, where he led a successful two-year campaign to save the historic Chicago Theatre from the wrecking ball. An award-winning debater, his insightful and sometimes controversial commentaries appear frequently on the editorial pages of newspapers across the nation. He is praised by readers for his style, substance and sense of humor. According to one reader, Horist is the “new Charles Krauthammer.” He is actively semi-retired in Boca Raton, Florida where he devotes his time to writing. So, there ‘tis is Horist’s signature sign off.

11 Comments

  1. Ben

    It’s all bullshit: it’s Trumplicants

    • Ben

      It’s Trumplicants that love to force women to have unwanted, unloved babies from rape, incest, crippling diseases and without fathers. Keep your hands off our wombs.

      • larry Horist

        Ben .. Did not know you had a womb. But here is a question for you. When o you believe that the evolving human in the woman become a “person” in terms of deserving inalienable rights — most importantly, the right to life? Tell me when that happens and what is the dramatic difference from the moment before. The most important person in the situation is not the father … or the mother … but the new life. The father may wind up with some financial obligations … the mother with the obligations of birthing the child … but for the new life, abortion is a death sentence. So, when does he or she has a right to life?

    • Paul

      Wasn’t it so smart for the stupid bitch called mayor of Chicago has issued a “call to arms” over abortion? But will she be called out to explain her words? Hell no!!! Peaceful protest isn’t even going to be a suggestion with these low life bastards. People, don’t ever disarm no matter what. Sooner or later people that don’t have a dog in this fight will be attacked. Scotus needs to start tossing most of the stupid gun laws that gives the edge to people like her. We’ve been through enough with BLM and antifa. I say never again. And I know that the trolls on this site will accuse me of calling for civil war. Not at all. Mayor light foot has already done that. I just say be ready for anything. And that includes honing survival skills. Ok trolls. Let’s have it.

  2. Perry

    Larry why were several posts removed?

    • larry Horist

      Don’t know? Not in my job description.

      • Perry

        Ask Frank. He knows everything

  3. GOP dDrug fueled orgies

    Yo Larry, my baby momma needs a bone marrow marrow transplant. Imma need you to donate. How do I get ahold of you?

  4. Corruptionhater

    Larry, you left out “Terrorism in this article’s Title!

  5. Drinking bleach

    Larry, evidently the Buffalo shooter hasn’t read your blogs about racism not existing.

    Quick question, if the right is so worried about the great replacement, AND more black babies are aborted, by removing a woman’s bodily autonomy and forcing her to carry a pregnancy to term, aren’t conservatives working against themselves?

    All this time, you’ve been worrying about CRT, when the Great Replacement Theory is getting little old ladies killed at the super market.

    • larry Horist

      Drinking bleach. Stop drinking bleach it may be affecting your critical thinking. I NEVER said that racism does not exist … geez!. I said that America is not racist nation. There are two types of racism in America — individuals with racist beliefs and the remnants of institutional racism, essentially in the major cities with large segregated populations (<– that is racism). However, the vast majority of American are not racists. we are among the most tolerant and welcoming people on earth. You assumption that the right is worried about replacement is wrong. You fail to understand opposition to abortion because of your faulty assumption.. The fact that conservatives are fighting for the life of all those Black babies shows the bullshit in the Democrats "replacement theory" campaign strategy. The replacement narrative being advanced by Dems does not hold up. We are also seeing more and more minorities shifting the the GOP. That is why Dems want to scare then with all the bogus racist crap. Democrats are desperate, so they are throwing every page of their fearmongering book at the GOP. If even a fraction of that the Dem say about Republicans was true, they would have no support at all among the people. But the public — most folks — can see through the bs. It seems that the voters are saying to Dems, "we have heard all your hyperbolic accusations and exaggerated narratives .. all year fearmongers … and we think America would be better off giving the GOP more power and you less."