Racism still alive today
Who can honestly say that racism does not exist?
After watching the documentary Maafa 21, it makes sense why Africans suffer from so many diseases while living in poverty-stricken communities.
I thought Planned Parenthood’s objective was to provide services for people who choose not to have their babies. It is, but it also is to kill all babies of color.
Americans can make donations for abortions by a phone call, and can choose how they want their money donated. Not to mention most of these Planned Parenthood facilities are located in predominantly black communities, along with liquor stores.
Abortion is the leading cause of death amongst blacks, surpassing AIDS, gang violence, stroke and heart disease. It has killed more black babies than black soldiers during the Vietnam War.
Instead of spending money on fixing the problem, Margaret Sanger (founder of what is now called Planned Parenthood) and other elites would rather just eliminate blacks altogether.
From eugenics to embracing negative images through the media, we as Africans have been under attack for a very long time.
According to stewartsynopsis.com, people of color possess the CCR5 Delta 2 positive gene and are ten times more likely to be infected by AIDS than whites.
It wasn’t developed through monkeys — the American government conducted experiments to see what can be detrimental to the CCR5 Detla 2 positive gene. This experiment was conducted by the U.S. Secret Virus Program in the early 1970s.
The Tuskegee experiment involved 399 poverty-stricken black men being injected with syphilis and were forced to live with the disease. Penicillin was the declared cure for the disease, but the men who participated in the experiment were not given treatment.
Knowing all this information, I believe that I should not show any patriotism to America. I can’t sing the Star-Spangled Banner or recite the Pledge of Allegiance. It wasn’t made for me.
Poverty-stricken communities, poor education, false promises, installed STDs and drugs and diseases will keep me from reaching my greatest potential. Liberty and justice for all? Can’t agree with that.
Malcolm X said it best: “We are not African-Americans. We are Africans who happen to be in America.”
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