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Report Vol 16 No 3



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Contents of this issue: 

1 John 4:4  "The one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world."

Black Genocide 
by Johnnie Hunter (National Director of Life Education and Resource Network)

Slavery / Abortion Similarities  
From: Why Can't We Love Them Both Questions and Answers About Abortion  
By Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilke

Quotes From: A Historical View of Eugenics and Its Role in Abortion in Black America
By Juluette Bartlett Pack

Reaching Out to the African American Community With Pro-Life Education  
From Life Issues, 7/01 Connector - What You Can Do
By Bradley Matts


Black Genocide

By Johnnie Hunter
 National Director of Life Education and Resource Network

Dear Friends of  The Child:

As the National Director of L.E.A.R.N., Inc., I wish to express great joy for those of us who love life to share our information with you. We do not want our people to perish because of ignorance. Ignorance and apathy has hindered the proper response to the main destroyer of our future and the child. The single biggest threat to the survival of children, especially children of color, is imposed death by induced abortion.

The African American community alone has lost over 12,000,000 people due to this most racist act. In the United States, over 36,000,000 human beings have been unjustly destroyed and the numbers are getting worse by the addition of over 4,000 more deaths each day.

As a person who values human life, I feel very troubled that the youngest of our race is not guaranteed the opportunity to have their day in the sun. I have joined other Christians and have paid a very light price of time in jails and prisons for trying to save a little one. The destruction continues.

I have spoken to churches in over half the states in America and have taken the gospel of life to three foreign countries including South Africa. I have seen people weep as they are confronted with the horror of this holocaust. Still, the destruction continues.

I have had personal contact with congressmen and senators on Capitol Hill. I have dined with them and expressed my concern for the consequences that are inevitable. I have even been arrested on Capitol Hill with other men and women of faith for trying to protect Chinese refugees from being returned to China to undergo forced abortion, sterilization and, in many cases, death. Still, the killing continues.

I have prayed at the very gates of hell itself and have been encouraged to see courageous Christians leave their comfort zones to confront imposed death masked as choice. We have received more favorable press this year than any other period of our pro-life work. Yet, even as our plight improves, the murder of the innocents continues.

Moreover, it is not just me. All over this nation, the prophets are sounding the alarm. Repent or certain destruction! The warnings of prophetic voices like Erma Craven and Rev. Arthur Colbert are still echoing after their deaths, "Beware of the tactics of eugenics-- abortion, poverty and genocide."  Still, imposed death continues.

It is time for the women of our nation to become like the mothers and midwives in ancient Egypt. Do not obey the death order. It is time for evangelists to step off the well furnished pulpits and go into the streets to call nations to repentance. It is time for pastors to make use of the shepherd's staff and boldly face the wolves. Pastors must chase them out of the pastures so that God's lambs can grow safely and be nurtured.  Congregations need to escape from those pastors who invite the wolves into the sanctuary lest on the final day of reckoning, they realize that they were robbed of their souls. It is time for leaders nationwide to become outraged.  It is time to insist that the killing stop. It is time to refuse to be ignored!

You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden (Matthew 5:14).  We must emulate the acts of the apostles and the civil rights movement in America. As people of faith and action, we must speak up for justice. Let our voices be silent only in death prior to our resurrection. Let us not go silently into the night. Make noise! Wake up our brethren and sisters who are in a deep slumber lest they too be slaughtered.

Join us as we implement new strategies, recruit the compassionate, and educate our people to avoid the various disguises of death. In every local city where we are invited, we will help local Christians combat this evil through fervent prayer, skillful praise, the acquiring of knowledge and, above all, charity. (KJV 1 Cor.13 )

Please pray often for those who are standing on the forefront of this battle for humanity. Pray that the Holy Spirit will reveal your part in saving your neighbors, including those yet to be born. Pray we all use our talents to the optimum to preserve life. Let us love God and keep His commandments.

Your fellow servant for life,
Johnny Hunter, National Director

LEARN - Life Education and Resource Network
P.O. Box 9400, Fayetteville, NC 28311 --  www.learninc.org --   Johnny M [email protected]  -- 866-816-4207

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Quotes from: A Historical View of Eugenics and Its Role in Abortion in Black America

By Juluette Bartlett Pack

In an article dated August 12, 1996, in US News and World Report, results about abortion from the Alan Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood's research arm, were reported. According to this report, "Blacks, who make up 14% of all childbearing women, have 31% of all abortions and whites, who account for 81% of women of childbearing age, have 61%.

Since Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton over 10 million African American babies have been sacrificed for any reason or no reason in "clinics" offering "safe" and legal abortions. What has caused this shift in attitude from the not too distant past where families pulled together to keep the baby but now abortion is the answer? Has this phenomenon happened haphazardly or has there been a conscious effort external and internal to the Black community to effect such a change?

I argue that there are historical precedents both external and internal to the Black community that have shaped present day attitudes.

The search for an answer leads to the number one abortion provider in America and internationally, Planned Parenthood Federation and its founder, Margaret Sanger. It is no accident that 78% of abortuaries are located in or near predominately minority neighborhoods.

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"Reaching Out to the African American Community With Pro-Life Education"
from Life Issues, 7/01,
CONNECTOR - What You Can Do - by Bradley Mattes

According to the researchers, those within the African American community who have been presented with the facts seem to do a dramatic turnaround. Not only do they change their attitude towards abortion, but they also appear willing to get involved. Pro-lifers must step beyond their comfort zone and reach out to this untapped segment of their fellow Americans. The research clearly demonstrates that many lives will be saved while sparing women the devastating effects that abortion so often brings.

This comes as no surprise to veteran pro-lifers who have seen the movement shy away from using this tool. There has been a concern that they are inflammatory and that they burden the consciences of women who have had abortions. Researchers found none of these negative reactions to such pictures among African Americans although they were definitely present in the non-black control groups.

Two powerful new brochures, designed specifically for the black community, are now available from:

Dayton Right to Life
211 S. Main St., Suite 830
Dayton, OH  45402
937-461-3625 or  [email protected]


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Slavery / Abortion Similarities



Dred Scott 1857  7-2 Decision Roe vs. Wade  7-2 Decision
Black Non-Person Unborn Non-Person
Property of Owner Property of Owner (Mother)
Choose to Buy-Sell-Kill Choose to Keep or Kill
Abolitionists Should Not Impose Morality on Slave Owner Pro-Lifers Should Not Impose Morality on Mother

Slavery is Legal

Abortion is Legal
From: Why can't we love them both questions and answers about abortion
By  Dr. & Mrs. J.C. Willke
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