Abortion [is] the best predictor of breast cancer.

~ Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons (2007)


NFL pink celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The month of October has been Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the NFL is bringing awareness to help discover a cure for breast cancer by wearing pink. This idea was the brainchild of Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams, who first suggested that NFL players wear pink accessories to their uniforms – including wearing pink cleats. The issue of breast cancer is a very personal one: Williams’ mother is a breast-cancer survivor, and three of his aunts died from the disease.

So successful is the campaign that virtually every NFL player is wearing a pink ribbon sticker on the back of their helmets, pink shoes, tape, gloves, arm bands and other accessories to remind viewers that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

While finding a cure for breast cancer is certainly a laudable project, just below the surface there is an unspoken and diabolical agenda. In an open letter by Bradley Mattes, executive director of Life Issues Institute, sent to LaVonne Maxwell, host of the radio show “Joshua’s Trail,” he stated:

The leading organization behind the pink-ribbon campaign is the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. As the largest recipient of nonprofit funds going toward breast-cancer research, Komen attracts donors committed to finding a cure for the disease – a mission we wholeheartedly support. But in a counterproductive twist, Komen is also funding a group that actually promotes a cause of breast cancer. That cause is abortion, and that group is Planned Parenthood.

This issue of life has recently touched LaVonne and the entire Yuille family in a profound way when her little niece lost her short but valiant battle for life and died at just 1 year old. LaVonne urges us all to “make a loud resounding statement standing with firm resolve in this fight for life.”

When it comes to major philanthropic organizations of today, truly the devil is in the details. If you want to get at the truth of a secular organization like the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation’s advertised motives – saving women’s lives through cancer research – versus their real motives – censorship of certain cancer studies that can save women’s lives while secretly funding abortion – just follow the money. The letter further states:

At least 22 states have Komen affiliates that send donor money straight to Planned Parenthood. Last year, that added up to $731,000. For the past five years, the number reached a staggering $3 million. With Komen’s leadership holding close ties to Planned Parenthood – several having served in advisory capacities or as key supporters – it’s no surprise that both groups deny the impact of abortion on women’s health. But the evidence doesn’t lie, and a growing collection of studies are revealing that the single most avoidable risk factor for breast cancer is abortion.

That last phrase is a critical statement that the liberal media and the abortionist Gestapo, Planned Parenthood, will do everything in their power to suppress. Do you see the bitter irony here? The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the largest recipient of nonprofit funds going toward breast-cancer research, has literally given millions of dollars over the past five years to the organization responsible for the largest number of killings of innocent babies in the history of the world, Planned Parenthood.

Another bitter irony is that 70 percent of NFL players are black men, and almost 40 percent of all abortions are by black mothers killing their black babies, many of which are financed or facilitated by white liberal Democratic organizations. So when the NFL and black players like Chad Ochocinco, who constantly tweets how much pink he is going to wear, foolishly think they are supporting breast-cancer awareness, in reality they are funding the genocide of their own race.

Bradley Mattes further wrote:

In 2007, for example, the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons published a study calling abortion “the best predictor of breast cancer.” In 2009, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center found that women who have an abortion increase their risk of breast cancer by 40 percent.

When Komen chooses to send resources to Planned Parenthood – whether for breast screenings or anything else – they are enabling those facilities to use other dollars to promote and perform abortions. … [C]hoose an alternative. The Polycarp Research Institute is one of alternatives making significant advances in the field.

Major breast-cancer studies, like the 2007 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center study, show an unmistakable link between women who’ve had abortions and a 40-percent increase in getting breast cancer. Studies also show a definite link between oral contraception and breast cancer. If you are a woman under 35 who has been taking birth-control pills for more than 10 years, you are at an increased risk of getting breast cancer. Women must be made aware that abortion causes many more severe problems than it solves – not only increasing risk for breast cancer, but causing lifelong psychological effects due to the guilt and shame of ending the life of one’s own child.

Abortion is not a woman’s only option.

A final irony: What if an NFL player wanted to celebrate his Christian views with a cross or a red pro-life ribbon on his uniform? Would the open-minded, pro-women NFL, Planned Parenthood or the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation be so supportive of a NFL player who advocated protecting preborn babies, society’s most defenseless human beings? Absolutely not!

Since there are many NFL players and coaches who wrongly think they are helping women by wearing pink on their uniforms during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, is there not one man in the NFL brave enough to really take a pro-life stance for babies?

Or does breast-cancer pink, Planned Parenthood and the NFL not only equal more abortions, but the glorification of big, strong muscular men with little intelligence and even less courage?

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