Abortion: The Black Holocaust

Editor’s note:Using the word “holocaust” (small ‘h’) in this article may be perceived as insensitive or insulting to a very precious segment of the population: our global Jewish friends and neighbours who suffered unspeakable horrors at the hands of tyrannical Nazi Germany in THE Holocaust (capital “H”). We would never belittle those atrocities committed during the 1930s and 1940s. We love Israel and the Jewish people, believe they are God’s chosen people, and would be heartbroken to learn that we said or did anything to harm or grieve them knowingly.

However, we are ‘calling out’ that same mass-murdering demonic influence that lurked in Auschwitz, Treblinka, Ravensbruck and more than 1,200 other Nazi halls of horror – for it operates again today, utilizing new methods of operation and targets for annihilation. Astonishingly, these Satanic forces now have the blessing and support of a significant percentage of the population, even though their barbaric methods and locations of mass murder have never been a secret

… the antiseptic, climate-controlled, and conveniently-located offices of your neighbourhood abortion clinic.

Finally, I know what you’re thinking and you’re absolutely right – ALL abortion is evil and ALL abortion must be stopped. However, those who began the practice of mass abortion in the United States seem to have had a specific design in attacking the black community. I’m sure you will agree when you read the alarming statistics in this article today that the black community must address this scourge of abortion head-on. Its very survival is at stake. -SJ


Margaret Sanger. (Credit: National Women’s History Museum)

On December 10, 1939, a young nurse and sex education advocate wrote a letter to a Dr. Clarence J. Gamble of Milton, Massachusetts, a prominent member of the Birth-Control Federation of America, in which she stated:

“There is only one thing that I would like to be in touch with and that is the Negro Project of the South…

I note that you doubt it worthwhile to employ a full-time Negro physician. It seems to me from my experience where I have been in North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Texas, that while the coloured Negroes have great respect for white doctors they can get closer to their own members and more or less lay the cards on the table which means their ignorance, superstitions and doubts. They do not do this with the white people and if we can train the Negro doctor at the clinic he can go among them with enthusiasm and with knowledge which, I believe, will have far-reaching results among the coloured people. His work in my opinion should be entirely with the Negro profession and the nurses, hospital, social workers, as well as the County’s white doctors. His success will depend upon his personality and his training by us.


Page 2 of 3 of Margaret Sanger’s 1939 letter. (Credit:

We should hire three or four coloured ministers, preferably with social service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. The ministers work is also important and also he should be trained, perhaps by the Federation as to our ideals and the goal that we hope to reach. We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members. [emphasis mine]

You can be forgiven for thinking that this letter was simply a relic of the past, a glimpse into a horribly racist period in American history íwhen such “unenlightened” thought still dominated society.

‘We’ve evolved’, I can hear you saying, and you may even be tempted to congratulate modern America under your breath for your collective advancements past this moment in history, to a modern, enlightened age of better racial understanding. ‘Besides, who cares what a New York nurse from 1939 thinks?’ I can hear you saying.

America’s first ‘birth control’ clinic. (Credit: Huffington Post)

Perhaps this would be a good time to point out that the author of this letter was one Margaret Sanger, a spinster from New York City, who in 1916 started the first “birth control clinic” (a term she had coined herself) in the United States – under the auspices of the very outdated-sounding American Birth Control League, an organization she also founded.

One further little detail – that same organisation was eventually renamed the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Yes, THE Planned Parenthood that you know and today either fiercely support or want fully defunded by the US government.

The same Planned Parenthood (PPFA) with 59 independent local affiliates operating 661 so-called “health centres” throughout the United States, providing what they call “high-quality services to women, men and teens”. According to their own website, “one in five women in the United States has visited a Planned Parenthood health centre at least once in her life“.

PPFA is the largest single provider of reproductive health services, including abortion, in the U.S. In their 2015 Annual Report, the latest one on their site, PPFA reported over 9.4 million patient interactions and performed a total of 323,9990 abortions. Its combined annual revenue is $1.146 billion, including approximately $553.7 million in government funding such as Medicaid reimbursements.

Now THAT is influential, isn’t it?

And that New York nurse Margaret Sanger would have incredible influence on this massive organisation – in fact, she ran it she until her death in 1970. She even served from 1950 to 1959 as the president of the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Are you now feeling a little bit uncomfortable with Sanger’s 1939 words concerning the black population? You should be. For you see, up to present day, Planned Parenthood has followed the precise blueprint outlined in that letter.

This “Negro Project” has been a focal point of the plans and implementation of Planned Parenthood since that day in 1916 when the doors of America’s first abortion clinic were opened. Back then, Sanger was arrested for distributing information on contraception. Today, leftist revisionists have rewritten history to promote Sanger to near-sainthood for her work in assisting millions of women to “control their timing of parenthood”.

Her impact on the black community started in 1929, when James Hubert, a black social worker and the leader of New York’s Urban League, ask Sanger to open a “birth control” (abortion) clinic in Harlem. She did so in 1930 and it was directed by a 15-member advisory board consisting of black doctors, nurses, clergy, journalists, and social workers. The clinic was publicised in the African-American press as well as in black churches. Even the co-founder of the NAACP gave his approval.

New York University’s Margaret Sanger Papers Project have since stated that this 1939 letter was written to avoid the “mistaken notion” that the “Negro Project” was a racist campaign. They even went so far as to state that ‘conspiracy theorists’ had fraudulently attempted to exploit the letter “as evidence [Sanger] led a calculated effort to reduce the black population against their will”.


It’s certainly not surprising that the spin doctors would be hard at work today to try to hide the ‘success’ of this “Negro Project” amongst the black population. One usually finds it difficult to hide the impacts of mass murder on a community, once a certain tipping point has been reached. It’s just so shocking to see that the elite members of the black community actually were the ones that promoted this horror from the beginning.

We have become victims of genocide by our own hands,” cried Rev. Johnny M. Hunter at the 1999 “Say So March” in Columbus, Ohio. The marchers, who were predominantly black pastors and lay persons, held a three-day protest of the disproportionate number of abortions in the black community. Rev. Brown, the march’s sponsor, is also the national director of Life, Education and Resource Network (LEARN), the largest black pro-life organisation in the world.

IMG_0953LEARN’s statistics, regarding abortion in the black community, are astounding:

  • Abortion is the leading cause of death among black Americans. Actually, let’s not couch this: according to the US Centres for Disease Control’s National Vital Statistics Reports, since 1973 about 6,330,933 African-Americans have died from heart disease, cancer, accidents, violent crime and AIDS put together. However, abortion alone has claimed 3 times that total number:

19 MILLION black babies have been aborted
since 1973,
out of a stunning 57 MILLION total.

  • Nationally, abortions performed on black women accounts for 36% of the total, though African-Americans represent just 13% of the total population, according to Right to Life of Michigan.
  • According to this same Michigan pro-life group, African-Americans are no longer the nation’s largest minority group, having been replaced by Hispanics who outpace blacks in population growth. This is likely because, out of everyone 1,000 live births, black women have 420 abortions, nearly 4 times the rate of white women, who had 121 abortions per 1000 live births.
  • Some states showed dramatic differences from others – for example, in the state of Michigan, 49.7% of all abortions were performed on black women, and 50.1% were the second (or more) abortion for the same woman.
  • 94.9% of abortions were performed on single women. The statistics are equally bleak if they keep the baby – 75% of all black kids are raised in a single parent home. WHERE ARE THE BLACK MEN?


More than 900 black babies are killed in abortion clinics every day – over 325,000 per year. There are approx. 42 million African-Americans. Had there been no black abortions, that population would have been over 61 million – meaning that nearly 1 in 3 blacks in America have been kidled in abortion clinics.

Coincidentally (OR NOT), 80% of all Planned Parenthood clinics are located in minority neighbourhoods.

Black Lives Matter activists have rioted in the streets over the police shootings of black people which, according to the Washington Post, in 2016 totalled 233. Without a doubt, every one of those 233 police shooting victims left families behind to grieve… as well as a lot of crime victims.

Tokay there are as many abortions of black babies in America IN 2.5 HOURS as there were police shootings of black people ALL YEAR. Yet I’m guessing there will be NO Black Lives Matter protests in front of Planned Parenthood locations. Why is that?

DO Black Lives actually Matter? This white man says they matter so much, he stayed up all night to write this posting, after hearing that the Republican-dominated Congress had failed to hold a vote on the defunding of Planned Parenthood and repealing of Obamacare. The House of Representatives was expected to vote on Friday, March 24 on legislation that would defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business as well as repeal major parts of Obamacare, which funds abortions. The vote was pulled at the last minute.

It seems 233 blacks matter a great deal – too much, we think, in light of the fact that many of them were hardened criminals – murderers, bank robbers, rapists, child abusers, etc., and were shot afree either first shooting at police, or during or just after an even more violent criminal act, which they had perpetrated on some other victim. And that other victim statistically was likely black too.

325,000 black lives don’t seem to matter much – and all of them have a few things in common. They were all murdered without being able to make a single sound, with no warning, and with absolutely no way to escape or defend themselves.

And every single one of them was murdered with their mothers in the room, praying the murderers would just get it over with quickly.

Call your Congressman. They promised that this demonic baby slaughter would end and yet it now continues with no end in sight. Either IT goes or THEY DO. These babies don’t even have an ally with their own parents. They are depending on us to speak up for them.



By Shawn J., Founding Editor
Calling Out Community
Posted March 27, 2017

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