Tuesday, February 3, 2009

A President for Change; Change Is Not Always For the Better

By Ray

Anyhow, flashing forward nearly 30 years, we now have a new president, a president who is promising us change, peace, prosperity and all the bells and whistles that come with them. But hold on. Let's deal with that "change" issue.

As his appointments get announced, the Chicago neighborhood organizer with virtually no national political experience, doesn't seem to know anybody. So who is getting appointed? Why veterans of the Clinton administration and defeated South Dakota Senator Tom Daschle whose wife made him a millionaire by being a Washington lobbyist, that's who.

Some of his new hires haven't been paying their taxes. No problem there. They have been "close personal friends" of his for a month or so, so he trusts them.

Remember, he's only been in office ten days and these kinds of issues are already popping up.

One of his first decisions made after his inauguration on January 20, was the dropping of the Mexico City Policy that prohibited organizations that received Federal funds from spending it on financing abortions, anyplace in the world. I guess that was change, back to the policy that Bill Clinton had made.

But there's an angle to this decision that does not seem to be recognized by other Washington observers: Racism and eugenics.

This removal of restrictions on foreign aid for abortion services is not going to be sent to Europeans. It will be going to Hispanic, Asian and African countries with huge poverty issues.

Their governments will gladly receive and dispense the new source of abortion funding to eliminate some of their perceived poverty problems -- their babies.

This is eugenics, through and through, coming from the man who likes to think of himself as African-American. How can he justify killing African babies?

Most people don’t know what "eugenics" is. "Its advocates regard it as a philosophy for the improvement of human hereditary traits through the promotion of higher reproduction of certain people and traits, and the reduction of reproduction of certain people and traits." [Wikipedia]

But when he is regularly being labeled as a sponsor of funding for the reducing of minority populations around the world through the use of abortion to make the world safe for “white people” like him, he will get the message.

Shouldn’t we be counter-attacking?

You may have noticed that I have not mentioned our new president's name. Well I'm going to start using it, but it will always be in a sentence with the words "abortion" or its synonyms. What will you think of that, President "Abortion Provider" Obama, whose father was Kenyan, when hundreds of thousands of Kenyan babies won't be seeing the light of day?

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