Break the codes:
Skin Color and Race are often the hidden factors in allowing abortion for
rape and incest. Not wanting to admit that they believe that "black babies
on the dole are a problem" some lawmakers claim compassion while upholding
abortion to avoid interracial births. Rape and incest exceptions are often
code words used to mask racial discrimination. It's a dirty little secret
still hidden today. It's time to tell the truth.
Abortion cannot cure rape, incest, human trafficking, skin color disputes or
any human problems, issues and conditions. Only love can do that.
Abortion, infanticide and genocide are as old as sin, reaching as far back
as ancient Bible days. God's love is the cure.
"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son..." John
The Skin color war has divided the human race for far too long!
Acts 17:26: "Of one Blood, GOD made all humans to dwell together in the face
of the earth."
Dr. MLK wanted a beloved community where skin color would be celebrated, not
used to kill and destroy
" I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a
nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the
content of their character." Martin Luther King, Jr.
Remember Kermit Gosnell’s House of Horrors? (http://1.usa.gov/1yKslii) The
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania knew of his violations long before he killed Karnamaya Mongar in 2009. They knew back in 2000 when he butchered Semika
Shaw who later died as a result of his handiwork. Gosnell was not the
exception. There are cases reported all over the country of abortion doctors
breaking state and federal laws and the states ignoring the violations
allowing woman after woman to be subject to unsafe, unsanitary practices.
Currently, Samuel Lett, an abortionist in Selma is a glaring example of
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