On Wednesday night, 22 years after the crime of which he was convicted, the state of Georgia executed Troy Davis. In a FoxNews.com story about the execution, I read, "Laura Moye of Amnesty International said the execution was 'the best argument for abolishing the death penalty. … The State of Georgia is about to demonstrate why government can't be trusted with the power over life and death,' she said before Davis was put to death."
Moye's statement is consistent with the views of folks like Dr. Boyce Watkins who wrote, "Rev. Jesse Jackson and I, along with Your Black World Coalition, are petitioning for clemency in the death sentence of Troy Davis. We are reaching out to Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles and U.S. president [sic] Barack Obama in our request that the Davis case be reconsidered in light of overwhelming evidence that shows that he was not proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. …" In a column I read here on WND, Ann Coulter thoroughly rebuts the notion that Dr. Watkins and other such Davis advocates have shown convincingly that the jury erred in convicting him. All of the authorities to whom Dr. Watkins and his cohorts appealed, including Barack Obama, apparently agree with Ann Coulter.
According to the U.S. Constitution, the president of the United States "shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States." As one Internet resource puts it, "The President need not provide a reason for a pardon, and the courts and the Congress have no legal authority to approve, disapprove, reject, or accept a pardon." Of course, given Obama's infamous tolerance for the murder of innocent babes born alive after surviving an abortion attempt, it's not clear that his indifference to Troy Davis' claim of innocence carries much weight. Black leaders outspoken against the supposedly racist implementation of the death penalty may be tempted to add this to the growing list of the black community's grievances against Obama. Before they do, however, they need to answer for their own indifference and silent inaction with respect to the fact that Planned Parenthood, and the abortion industry, are systematically executing a plan of genocide that targets black America's innocent posterity.
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In a blog entry I posted last year, I observed that "the stink of real racism hangs about Planned Parenthood's sly efforts to prevent blacks from wrestling with the communally self-destructive impact of their abortion decisions. Passionately working to keep individuals from realizing that what they do destroys their community surely raises the suspicion that the aim is to destroy their community." I told interested readers that to get "more on the sinister origins and nature of Planned Parenthood's racist agenda, look for the documentary film "Maafa 21: Black Genocide in the 21st Century."
"Among the many revelations documented in this film is that, as far back as the mid-1900s, some well-known eugenicists were arguing that the most effective way they could advance their agenda would be to concentrate population control facilities within the targeted communities. Perhaps the most noted proponent of this concept was Gunnar Myrdal who discussed it in his 1944 book, An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy.
In Maafa 21, evidence is presented that Planned Parenthood and others within the abortion and family planning lobby took this approach when choosing locations for their facilities and that this practice continues to this day."
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Now Mark Crutcher and the folks at Life Dynamics Incorporated have produced a detailed report on ""Racial Targeting and Population Control"" that further substantiates the facts reported in the film. Using carefully compiled data as to the location of population control facilities in the United States, the report "takes the allegations of racial targeting made in "Maafa 21" and transforms them into an observable and undeniable reality. The numbers are staggering. …" That report concludes:
"What we now know – and have documented – is that there is not one state in the union without population control centers located in ZIP codes with higher percentages of blacks and/or Hispanics than the state's overall percentage. In fact, Hawaii is the only state that does not have facilities located in ZIP codes exceeding 125% of their overall average."
Ironically, though Troy Davis was convicted of murdering a white police officer, mostly the victims of murder perpetrated by blacks are other blacks (just as whites are mostly the victims of murders perpetrated by whites.) It is more tragic than ironic, however, that black leaders invest time, energy and moral capital in the effort to make the world safer for convicted black murderers, while promoting political leaders like Barack Obama who proudly stand in the vanguard of the pro-abortion forces systematically at work to encourage, induce and fund black self-extermination by abortion. While they work to make the world safer for black murderers, they help to make the womb more dangerous for black babies.
Actually, there's a sinister consistency to this behavior. Just as the legal sanction for abortion removes the stigma of moral viciousness that might otherwise discourage a black parent from deciding to abort (or tolerate the abortion of) a black child, so the crusade to eliminate the death penalty reduces the fear that might otherwise discourage a black criminal from taking the life of his or her black victim. Both help to place and keep the black community on the path to extinction. When will some black leaders tire of being the "useful idiots" who provide racial window dressing for any aspect of this evil, deadly holocaust?