It was recently reported that within a one-year period in Afghanistan, there were 145 combat deaths, and in that same period in Chicago, there were 246 homicides. The war being waged on the Taliban and al-Qaida pale in comparison to the war being waged on the streets of Chicago, and it’s going to take more that Elliot Ness and the Untouchables to remedy this present reign of carnage in Chicago, for seeds long since sown have produced this madness and mayhem, and I fear it will be a growing trend nationally.
On a dreadful Friday in Chicago, in the midst of a city under the scourge of death, a young lady named Tonya Reaves, 24 years of age, traveled to downtown Chicago to an organization which commits roughly 220,000 murders a year—Planned Parenthood. She was told her procedure was safe, rare and available. What happened at that particular clinic, Planned Parenthood is calling, an accident, yet those in the business are calling it botched.
Reaves, within a few hours of entering the clinic, would breathe her last, and die from what is called in the profession, a Dilation and Evacuation Procedure. Or in terms more simply understood by the rest of us: the killing of an innocent child. This homicide was committed with impunity and mother and child have fallen prey to the leading killer of African-Americans: abortion. Daily, 1,786 African-Americans are murdered by the abortion machine, and tragically, 52 percent of all African-American pregnancies end with abortion.
The “Windy City” got its name not for meteorological conditions as some would suppose given its climate, but for its politicians at the time who were making false promises and claims to get elected. Sound familiar? The term for these shenanigans was called “blowing wind,” thus the phrase “Windy City” was coined. It was out of this tradition activist and agitator Barack Obama rose through the ranks and ascended to the highest office of the land.
Amid his promises for “Hope and Change,” he has fully sold out to, supported and championed the most aggressive baby-killing agenda in the nation’s history and a disproportionate number of these babies are African-American. It is downright diabolical that Obama would tell the audience at a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood that he would make “reproductive care”—a euphemistic and politically correct term for abortion—the centerpiece of his health care legislation. By his own admission, at the center of The Affordable Heath Care Act is the murdering of innocent babies.
Within days of Reaves’ death at the hands of an abortionist, the Obama administration sent Title X Grants to keep the doors open at Planned Parenthood facilities. New Jersey received $3.1 million, Tennessee $395,000 and North Carolina $480,000—hard-earned taxpayer dollars. The States said no to Planned Parenthood, but Obama said yes—due to his deep collaboration with Planned Parenthood’s abortion mill, which includes supplying them with the necessary funding to continue black genocide. These are the seeds sown in and by the Windy City.
The charade appears to be never-ending, but let’s look at the Windy City’s new mayor. Rahm Emanuel, former chief of staff for Barack Obama, fully endorses the heinous health plan and celebrates the errant Supreme Court decision to unleash a further holocaust upon America. The irony mounts when you consider the fact that the mayor’s Jewish heritage should make him sensitive to eugenic plots targeting ethnic groups and minorities for population control, sterilization and ultimately genocide.
Wasn’t this done in Europe between 1940 and 1945 going by the name of “The Final Solution,” a euphemism for the liquidation of all European Jewry—and others? One wonders if “reproductive care” is a similar euphemism for the ultimate liquidation of the African-American minority population—and others.
It is painful, but let’s delve just a little further: Within seven days of Reaves’ death, the Rev. Jesse Jackson picked up and went to Aurora, Colo.—the first state to legalize abortion—to visit the families of the Dark Knight Rises massacre. Following script, he then held a press conference ostensibly to call for a ban on assault weapons. This was an obvious political venture, but I totally agree with Jackson on his call against a weapon that is designed to massively kill people.
But what about an assault weapon created to kill people you can’t see? Ironically it was this very same Rev. Jesse Jackson, who nearly four decades ago called for a ban on the other assault weapon designed to kill in the womb African-Americans you can’t see via mass killing: abortion.
In 1975 Jackson asked for a positional amendment to ban abortion when he foresaw the decimating effect and the eugenic design of abortion on the black community. It is where yours truly first heard the phrase black genocide, and from the most eloquent pro-life speaker I have ever heard. If ever we needed Darth Vader to return from the “Dark Side,” it’s now.
Galatians 6:7-8 states the universal principal of sowing and reaping, and that if you sow to the wind, you will assuredly reap the whirlwind. In light of this, there was in Chicago a black Muslim preacher by the name of Malcolm X, who ascribed it to the assassination of John F. Kennedy when he stated that, “the chickens had come home to roost.”
Another Chicago preacher resurrected Malcolm X’s assessment when ascribing his analogy to the World Trade Center disaster. His name was Rev. Jeremiah Wright. And if you spend any time on the street you will of course hear the phrase, “What goes around, comes around.” What has been going around and coming around out of Chicago—the Windy City—is corrupt politicians, evil legislation and a diabolical ideology, which like a whirlwind, callously refuses to acknowledge the sanctity of life and the respect for every human being to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
Finally let us look at this quote by a prophet who often visited Chicago, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. You will note his words are the antithesis of all the Obama administration espouses.
“Now let me say that the next thing we must be concerned about if we are to have peace on earth and good will toward men is the nonviolent affirmation of the sacredness of all human life.
“Every man is somebody because he is a child of God. And so when we say, ‘Thou shalt not kill,’ we’re really saying that human life is too sacred to be taken on the battlefields of the world. Man is more than a tiny vagary of whirling electrons or a wisp of smoke from a limitless smoldering. Man is a child of God, made in His image, and therefore must be respected as such.”
Clenard H Childress Jr. is the founder of BlackGenocide.org.