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IssuessquareMembers of the KKK or any other hate group must be working at one of the 80 percent of abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods. Where else can you kill over 14 million Black babies in America using your Black tax dollars? Where else can Democrat laws allow your teen daughter to be taken out of her high school for an abortion while you as a parent believe she is in school getting an education?

I’ll answer these questions: in your own backyard.

Providers at abortion clinics are paying for their cars, houses, boats and vacations murdering Black people and fulfilling the vision of one of the most racist Democrats in our country. As of today, there have been over 40 million Black abortions. If Black Democrat politicians refuse to join Republicans and conservatives in banning this evilness towards Black women, we shall see the reduction of the Black population within the next 30 years, causing the Black vote to be meaningless.

So, here we are worried about Voter ID. Come on, my brothers and sisters, open your minds to the truth in which I speak.

The founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, was a racist — a liberal, Democrat racist making comments such as “Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated.” If Malcolm X were alive today, this brother would hold protests at every abortion clinic in Harlem. Malcolm X would not stand for the murder of our Black children and the destruction of the purity of the Black woman.

Yet, we have Blacks Democrats supporting this hatred towards Black women. Rep. Moran, Senator Champion from North Minneapolis, Senator Hayden from South Minneapolis, where are you on this abortion and genocide of Black babies? “My plan is to prevent the increased number of poor Blacks in the country by preventing Black babies from being born.” Margaret Sanger.

Black Minnesota House/Senate members pay attention. You idiots are worried about Voter ID. Abortion is the threat to the Black population and the vote. Our beautiful minority women constitute about 26 percent of the female population (age 15-44) in this great killing Black babies country, but they underwent 36 percent of abortions according to the Alan Guttmacher Institute.

I am asking for understanding. Rep. Moran, Senators Champion and Hayden, please explain your position on teens having abortions without parent consent. Please, explain your position on abortion, the over 14 million abortions leaving the Black population at only 31 million.

Can you all understand the birth of the other 14 million, their relationships, their wonderful babies, their lives never to be told, never existing? You idiot politicians are worried about Voter I.D. Black abortion clinics with White staff making money, supporting their families killing Black unborn babies. These providers are a part of Margaret Sanger’s vision of destroying the Black race.

Black women read this column and tell other Black women to discontinue supporting abortion providers living large by killing your precious child. Black women over the age of 50 were 4.7 times more likely to get breast cancer if they had an abortion compared to Black Women not having abortions according to a 1993 Howard University study.

Some of you had the audacity to show vitriol towards me because of supporting Voter I.D., while many of you support the killing of over 14 million Black babies. Which is worst?

Some of you call me a hatemonger because of my support of traditional marriage. Some of you said I lost my mind supporting Voter I.D. Unlike many of you, I will never support racist policies reducing the Black population such as teen abortions. No doubt, those of you reading are forced to agree.

Which is worst between Voter I.D. and killing millions of unborn babies? Some of you said Lucky Rosenbloom supports racism against Blacks with this Voter I.D. You ought to be ashamed of yourselves supporting laws that allow for the killing of Black babies.

I am not finished with this abortion-is-racism matter. I am not finished challenging our Black elected officials, community members speaking against me because of supporting an idea that would have empowered the Black vote.

Do not miss my next column on this matter. Until the next issue, call my abortion-is-racism message line at 651-917-1720. You may listen to my radio show on Democrat-supported killing Black babies at blogtalkradio.com/luckyr.

 

Next column. Raising money for Black-only abortions. Democrats, I thank you for the love. 

Lucky Rosenbloom welcomes reader responses to 612-661-0923, or email him at [email protected] 

 

 

 

 

12 Responses to “Abortions not voter ID a threat to ‘Black vote’”

  1. This needs to be shouted from the mountain tops. The genocide of black babies by black people is disgraceful. All of this begins with the “Church”. The Pastors have abandoned the men, the mens have abandoned the women, and then women are abandoning their children.

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  2. random reader April 11, 2013

    Whether or not you approve of abortion and the effect it has on the black community, you should not make up fake quotes. It does not appear that either of the Margaret Sanger quotes you attribute to here were actually said by her.

    The first one:
    “Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated.”

    If you check wikiquote (http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Margaret_Sanger), you will indeed see this quote from her. But it is listed as “Misattributed”, and in fact came from a book “The Bible & the Black Man: Breaking the Chains of Prejudice”. If in fact you actually have evidence that she said/wrote it, please post!

    And if you google your second quote:

    “My plan is to prevent the increased number of poor Blacks in the country by preventing Black babies from being born”

    You will find that your article is the only place on the internet where this quote exists. So, where did you get this quote? It really looks like you just made it up.

    Can you please provide a citation for either of these quotes? If not, can you please retract them?

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  3. Random reader April 11, 2013

    If you want a real look at Margaret Sanger, Planned Parent Hood, and the issue of whether or not she advocated for teh elimination of blacks, here is a good report written by real journalists / fact checkers. It looks at actual evidence, rather than fear mongering:

    http://www.factcheck.org/2011/11/cains-false-attack-on-planned-parenthood/

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  4. Oliver Steinberg April 15, 2013

    The quotes of course are fictitious. To get the facts with respect to Margaret Sanger and the African-American community, go to the website http://www.trustblackwomen.com. Mrs. Sanger and Planned Parenthood worked together with Dr.DuBois, Mrs. Bethune, Bishop David Sims, Mrs. Terrell, Dr. Bent, and dozens of other dedicated African-American men and women who would not have been collaborating with any racist or hate-motivated persons. Read the speech that Dr. M.L. King, Jr., wrote in 1966 when he accepted the Margaret Sanger award. Reach your own conclusion.
    Mr. Rosenbloom would be on solid ground if he wrote about the forced sterilization by states, especially southern states, or about the notorious Tuskegee syphilis experimentation–two examples of racist crimes masquerading as “medicine.” But he couldn’t blame his political opponents for that, and his motive here appears to be partisan whining against liberals and Democrats.
    With his own personal problem of a past domestic abuse charge, and his enthusiastic promotion of carrying concealed firearms “for self-defense,” Mr. Rosenbloom by his own words and acts has made a less-than-modest contribution to enhancing the safety and well-being of the community at large.

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  5. Random reader April 15, 2013

    So Lucky (or the editors of MSR online): are you not going to respond to the point that this article contains completely fabricated quotes? You call this journalism? Show a little integrity please!

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    • To readers responding to Lucky Rosenbloom’s column in our April 11 issue:

      We appreciate all reader responses to the content of the MSR. We hope that those who do respond are familiar with the important distinction between news and opinion, which we take much care to maintain in our publication. Mr. Rosenbloom’s column appeared on our Opinion/Commentary page, where it clearly states that “The opinions and views expressed on this page do not necessarily reflect those of the MSR’s publishers and staff.” Our policy is to permit a wide range of opposing views on this page with minimal censorship on our part. We always try to publish dissenting opinions when we receive them, also without censorship, so that readers can hear all sides of an issue and make up their own minds. It is to be expected that many readers will not agree with some of what they read. But to cast aspersions on the entire publication, including our news content, as some have done, because of disagreement with an opinion writer is itself a violation of the tenets of free speech we try hard to uphold. We stand with Voltaire: “I do not agree with what you have to say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”
      Letters taking issue with Mr. Rosenbloom’s comments will appear in our next issue. We encourage further responses that present opposing views, point out factual errors, or provide additional information on the issue in question. We do not have the resources to fact-check all of the commentary and letters to the editors we publish; however, we do act on any documentation that a writer has intentionally misrepresented the facts, as that is unacceptable in opinion as well as in news writing. Again, we appreciate all responses pro and con and ask that readers not be too quick to shoot the messenger because they do not happen to agree with the message.

      The editors

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      • Out of over 20 likes, with only a few dislikes, it’s wonderful that my column has generated a response from the editor. This indicates a very strong content in my column. I do not plan to get into a cacophony of silliness reply debates. Continue to read my column because many of you agree that abortion is racism and I will continue to prove that it is abortion, not voter I.D. that is the biggest threat to Black people by the year 2040. For debate, follow and call into my radio program listed in the column. Until my next series of columns on Abortion is Racism, let me know if as a parent, if it’s acceptable that while you believe your teen is in School getting a education, that she is being taken out of School to have an abortion? Be real when answering because this is a do you have a right to know, not does she have the right to have an abortion question? Keep updated and call the Abortion is Racism message line at 651. 917.1720. Supporters may share this message line with others. protecting Black Life is the message people. I will continue to tell the truth about this killing of our Black babies, similar to the evils of Slavery by telling the truth and making the Devil mad. To my Black Pastors and Christians. Where are you at with Jesus Christ and killing unborn Black babies? MSR, let these people attack me because my message is too strong to be attacked. lmbo. I can take vitriol because that’s one thing Black people are use to, being attacked when being outspoken on any issue of race. AMEN.

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  6. You asked for a source. Let me build in my future column on the best source there is out there folks.

    “I accepted an invitation to talk to the women’s branch of the Ku Klux Klan…I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses…I was escorted to the platform, was introduced, and began to speak…In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered.” (Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography, P.366)¬

    Black people keep reading my column, I’ll show how historic House Negros compared to House Negros today, protect Sanger, similar, to the way they claim I cover up for racist remarks made by Republicans. As you read my columns, the truth will be more understood as to why, many Blacks are waking up to the racism of abortion such as Angela Davis and other undaunted Black Women. You wanted sources people-what better source can be provided compared to Sanger, herself? Will MSR editor print my response? Stay tuned because you will see no more responses in this format. Watch the House Negros come mainly to protect their own gains at the suffering of poor Black people. Wait. next week Bush is speaking to the KKK. Oh, Bush must be racist? Come on you have said this about Republicans talking to such groups. Now is the time to be double-mouthed and protect Sanger for doing the same. Double-minded Democrat policy protecting Black folks.

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    • random reader April 18, 2013

      Lucky,

      The quote you included above does nothing to show that the two in your initial story were real. Which I take to be an admission that you simply made them up.

      You are a fraud.

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  7. Not random-Mr. Lucky April 23, 2013

    For one afraid to give his/her name, one must challenge your intent. I do not feel moved by your hiding behind the name “random reader.” Tell you what. I’ll offer you 50 words in my column. However, you will have to identify yourself. Glad you are a fan. Keep reading and providing comments under name of The Random Reader.

    No more responses from Mr. Lucky. I have given you a wonderful opportunity. No vitriolic comments. Attack my message. Which is hard to do.

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  8. Many years ago, I remember George Will writing something to the effect that ‘Democrats care more about the rights of (endangered kinds of) trout than they do about the rights of black women.” I’m white. I don’t know, as Whoopi Goldberg charged Ann Coulter once, what it is to be a black woman. But I know this: we all have some kind of cross to bear- racism, sexism whatever, and when it comes to abortion, and the killing of pre-born black babies at a much higher rate than the national average, a post like this should be made into a series of billboards. Sanger WAS a racist, and didn’t hide it. Today, racists, in my opinion, like Ashley Judd think shoving abortions and sterilizations on people (poor and non-white) is some kind of justice.
    As *PJ O Rourke wondered, does the left think “that little brown and yellow babies are not as good as the adorable pink, rich kind?” (*From All The Trouble In the World). This is a powerful article, but true, so many will hate it. I say: God Bless You, Mr. Lucky.

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  9. What’s wrong with wanting fewer poor black kids? Or fewer poor white kids? Or fewer poor kids altogether ? White people aren’t killing black babies. Black people aren’t killing black babies. Women who get pregnant when they don’t want kids are killing babies. It comes down to personal responsibility. If you don’t want a baby, don’t get pregnant. If you have access to an abortion, you have access to birth control. Many forms are sold at the corner drug store and a year’s worth is cheaper than an abortion.

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