With the prospect for such promise clearly before us in this new year, it may seem strange, to some, to ask how 200 years of slavery has resulted in modern-day genocide. Still, sadly the number one cause of death for people of African-American descent—is Abortion. Alarmingly, the abortion rate for African American women is significantly higher than that of whites, or all other ethic communities in the United States, according to current statistics from the Centers for Disease Control. In fact, more African-Americans (13 million) have perished at the hands of abortionists and their allies than have died from the seven leading causes of death combined since 1973—the year Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalized abortion in the United States.
I want to make you aware of a nationally distributed on-line digital publication, which aims to reconnect the African-American community to its conservative political roots. Freedom’s Journal Magazine, following in the tradition of the first African-American newspaper of the same name first distributed in 1827, is the premier forum for conservative Black voices on political reform in our nation. Mt friend, Founder/Publisher, Dr. Eric Wallace of Chicago-based Wallace Multimedia Group, is committed to the cause of revitalizing conservative (L.I.F.T) principles, freedoms and a judicious political process, which reflect the traditions, values, and issues of our nation’s African American constituency. Through timely, insightful and educational news and commentary that promotes a biblical-worldview; FJM is uniquely positioned to not only elevate the profiles and opinions of leading black conservatives, but more importantly incite those within the Black community to action on behalf of conservative values.
Recently when asked his opinion of this highly charged topic, Dr. Wallace responded, “While abortion still largely remains a voluntary choice, abortion providers, like Planned Parenthood, and many Black leaders continue to convince would-be mothers in the African-American community to unwittingly support wide-scale destruction of their unborn—under the guise of rising out of poverty”.
Subsequently, this special edition of Freedom’s Journal Magazine (Issue 1, 2010), available on-line now, focuses on the racist underpinnings of abortion, the illegal activities of the abortion industry, and the devastating impact of abortion on the African-American community. Titled Maafa 21: Exposing Black Genocide in the 21st Century, this issue includes, an article, which explores abortion’s economic impact on the African American community; an interview with the creator of the explosive documentary film Maafa 21; facts concerning the truth behind school-based clinics that promote promiscuity, and the racist history of the Eugenics movement and Planned Parenthood’s Negro Project. Additionally, FJM contributors provide relevant insight and commentary on how and why the African-American community must fight back against the demoralizing form of “legalized” genocide, which is rapidly destroying its community.
I invite you to click here, to preview this issue of Freedom’s Journal Magazine. (Please see page 2 for the “limited offer” with subscription.) I believe that once you’ve experienced the value of this resource; please consider lending your support by making as many family, friends and associates aware, as possible. Now is the time for us to “stand for what we say we believe, and actively engage in the political process that represents us“.