Targeted genocide and eugenics by abortion is NOT what Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. saw in his mind’s eye during his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech. Dr. King was born and raised up by God to do His work just as Moses was with freeing his people from Pharaoh; 40 years in the desert was better to be FREE than one day of oppression and slavery of Pharaoh. Much like Dr. King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, Moses had his ‘Let My People Go’ dissertation from God to free his people [Exodus, chpt 5-12]. While art may imitate life, the Word of God actually directs it.

‘For a day in Your courts is better than a thousand.
I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God
Than dwell in the tents of wickedness.’ Psalm 84:10

Clearly, civil rights was the issue of the day; but we are still fighting the fight for the civil rights of our unborn. Abortion facilities target minorities, particularly Black Americans:

Black women make up just under 15% of the population.

Nearly 40% of all abortions are unborn Black Americans.

Abortion is the leading cause of death within the Black community.

At LEAST 70% of all abortion facilities are in poor and/or minority neighborhoods; Planned Parenthood is in 79%.

MATH DOES NOT LIEAbortion of unborn Black Americans is pandemic akin to genocide. Then, is it a sick irony or an evil Liberal agenda that has targeted Black Americans – over 80% voted for a president in 2012 that gives their money to an abortion provider that has its roots in black genocide? How can so many be so blind to the silent lynching of unborn Black Americans?

Heinous, EVIL public lynching of Black Americans is a thing of our dark past as a ‘free’ country, however the back-room lynching of unborn Black Americans in abortion clinics has far surpassed public executions; instead Black abortion was part of what made Planned Parenthood what it is today – federally funded execution – genocide.

It’s still incredible to me that we were a country that segregated our citizens because of skin color, born and unborn, even today. But don’t let me speak for Dr. King, let him speak for himself [in part, read the entire speech HERE]:

“I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.”

“When we allow freedom to ring-when we let it ring from every city and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual,

“Free at last, Free at last, Great God a-mighty, We are free at last.”

Yes, I too have a dream, that all unborn little children will have the right to be born regardless of the color of their skin or the character of their parents.

Yes, I too have a dream….that all lives matter, born and unborn.

3 thoughts on “MLK Day: #UnbornBlackLivesMatter too.

  1. Reblogged this on Nadira's Locs and commented:
    (The use of “black” in this response is strictly for confirmative purposes)
    I do agree in part with one point subconsciously made in the following post. I agree with underlying, unsaid message there is indeed a war on the Kings and Queens of Motherland descent in the United States. However, there are even more areas that I find to be grayed, skewed by “false numbers” and steeped in irrationality and lack common sense.
    If this statement is true in the U.S. “Black women make up just under 15% of the population” –then this statement “Nearly 40% of all abortions are unborn Black Americans” cannot accurate. Think about it. If our Queens make up only 15% of the population—we also have to know the percentage of White and Other women who make up the rest of the population to form a complete picture. Keep in mind; it was not until the infamous and controversial Roe vs. Wade case in 1973 that we Americans began receiving the skewed percentages on abortions to cover up the racial facts.
    Data about the racial breakdown of abortion recipients in the early years after Roe v. Wade is hard to come by; racial data only began being tracked in the 1980s. But extrapolating back, it’s clear that for most of the first decades after Roe, a large majority of abortion patients were white. –
    However, we are going to use this 15% just for fun. Based on averages from multiple U.S. Censuses and the post in question, we’ll say our population consist of 70% white women, 15% black women, 15% Hispanic, Chinese, Indian, Native American and so on. See the chart to get a better vantage point:
    When put into context, the numbers that don’t lie show births in the black and Hispanic (and other) communities should be non-existent. According to this 40% model every minority women is having an abortion. That means no minority babies are being born today because they’re all being aborted. Thankfully this MATH DOES LIE, because if it did not I would not have celebrated the birth of 4 little Kings and Queens this past year.
    The reality
    According to, minority growth rates are outnumbering white birth yearly. Not to mention the toll of white deaths are rising at alarming rates despite the misconceptions lead by the media.
    In Closing
    I will close on this statistical stereotype “Abortion is the leading cause of death within the Black community.” The truth is the leading CAUSES of death in the Black community are and have always been:
    • Police brutality and murdering of black men, women and children
    • Polluting of the streets with drugs and narcotics (Government Dug Trafficking)
    • “White” medicine (prescription drugs)
    • Health and nutrition deficiencies
    • Biogenetic viruses and diseases
    • Unnatural forms of birth control and abortion

    Do your research.

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