Thursday, October 25, 2012

ALL Pro-Life Today: Targeting the black community - Part two

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Thursday, October 25, 2012
Targeting the black community----Part two
By Stephen E. Broden
Eugenics is alive and well and, in more cases than not, blacks are their targets. In 2005, Life Issues Institute completed a study that concluded there is a strategic intent behind Planned Parenthood's placement of its abortion facilities. In 2011, Life Dynamics examined, zip code by zip code, the placement of abortion centers throughout the United States. Again, it was concluded that race is a factor in the location of abortion centers, with the lion's share of them located in urban areas where blacks reside. Nothing was more chilling than the interactive map created by the Chiaroscuro Foundation that reveals where abortions are occurring in New York City. Using 2010 data, a zip code analysis shows blacks are leading in the rate of abortion. The 60 percent abortion rate confirmed that more black babies are aborted than are born alive.

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Live Action Advocate undercover video investigation documents Planned Parenthood lying to the public 
Live Action Advocate
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Why Planned Parenthood won't provide mammograms
First Things
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Scientists make embryos with 2 women, 1 man
USA Today
Scientists in the U.S. have created embryos with genes from one man and two women, using a provocative technique that someday could be used to prevent babies from inheriting certain rare incurable diseases. The researchers at Oregon Health & Sciences University said they are not using the embryos to produce children, and it is not clear when or even if the technique will be put to use. But it has already stirred a debate over its risks and ethics in Britain, where scientists did similar work a few years ago. 
NOTE: The scientists created an embryo (i.e., a new life) but are "not using the embryos to produce children" (i.e., not implanting the child in a uterus for further growth and development) therefore, the newly created child has been frozen for additional research later or has been allowed to die.