Planned Parenthood is one of the vilest organizations targeting the black community. When blacks complain about so-called white supremacy, they fail to implicate Planned Parenthood within system.
In fact, the black community applauds and lauds it. The feminists love Planned Parenthood. To put this into context, how about Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger, giving a speech for the KKK?
The so-called “black magazine”, Ebony, has gone out of their way to defend Planned Parenthood. Former Senior Editor at Ebony, Jamilah Lemieux, claims that the backlash Planned Parenthood has received are “Hotep Lies”.
Why would she and her feminist cohorts do this?
Maybe MONEY and FAME? Jamilah was one of the “the 99 Dream Keepers’ Storytellers” awarded by Planned Parenthood. Feminism is financially backed by Planned Parenthood as evidenced by being a lead sponsor in the Women’s March.
And guess who donated $100k to Planned Parenthood? None other than the Jewish sexual abuser, Harvey Weinstein. Planned Parenthood, an organization supposedly for women’s benefit is partly funded by a habitual sexual abuser. The jokes write themselves. 😂
That’s just the groundwork. Let’s dive deeper into this thing.
Maternal Deaths are a U.S. issue
When the below tweet was brought to my attention I immediately knew the claim was misleading and absurd. This says more about the U.S. healthcare system than it does conceiving a child, obviously. So, I went ahead and did the research to prove my theory. And in fact, I am correct. Here’s that tweet which shows my initial hunch.
In Great Britain, the journal Lancet recently noted, the maternal mortality rate has declined so dramatically that “a man is more likely to die while his partner is pregnant than she is.” But in the U.S., maternal deaths increased from 2000 to 2014. In a recent analysis by the CDC Foundation, nearly 60% of such deaths were preventable. If the deaths are preventable, obviously the issue isn’t the pregnancy itself.
Maternal mortality rates are rising in the U.S. while declining in other nations. Why? Well, there’s several reasons which I’ll begin to illustrate.
In the U.S, some doctors entering the growing specialty of maternal-fetal medicine were able to complete that training without ever spending time in a labor-delivery unit. “There were some fellows that could finish their maternal-fetal medicine training without ever being in a labor and delivery unit.” Mary D’Alton, chair of OB-GYN at Columbia University Medical Center.
“The way that we’ve been trained, we do not give women enough information for them to manage their health postpartum. The focus had always been on babies and not on mothers.” Elizabeth Howell, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
There’s more. Much more.
Under the Title V federal-state program (Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units Network) supporting maternal and child health, states devoted about only 6% of block grants in 2016 to programs for mothers, compared to 78% for infants and special-needs children.
How can you carefully consider the health of a child without first caring for the origin of its life?
What’s causing Maternal Mortality?
If we’re going to talk about maternal mortality we must investigate its cause. This black community Planned Parenthood “agent” conveniently missed that step. Maybe because it doesn’t fit their agenda to sell abortions?
What’s appalling is that among the 553 valid pregnancy-associated deaths, only 175 were determined by the Four Committees to be pregnancy-related (31.6%), according to this test.
Assuming that number represents all maternal mortalities, that means that 69% of these deaths are NOT related to childbirth. That definitely does not fit the agenda to make women believe that childbirth is dangerous.
So, what’s causing these deaths?
What’s causing cardiomyopathy? The truth is drugs, alcohol and poor diet. An additional important finding revealed that the rate of cigarette smoking for those 15 to 17 years of age actually was higher for pregnant women than for nonpregnant women (22.7% vs 13.4%, respectively). Insert near-accurate stereotype about black teen mothers here.
I’m sure we’re all aware of the cardiovascular issues caused by drugs, alcohol, tobacco and poor diet so I won’t go into great detail here for the sake of brevity.
Also, underlying health conditions such as hypertension or diabetes could be factors, alongside poor prenatal care and geographic access, according to Scientific American.
What these Planned Parenthood affiliates don’t want you to know is that having a healthy pregnancy begins with great health BEFORE pregnancy. When you try to conceive a child in an unhealthy womb the side affects are obvious. When you take an already struggling human body with poor health conditions then ask it to support another life, the body just can’t handle it.
12.7 deaths per 100,000 live births for white women.
43.5 deaths per 100,000 live births for black women.
14.4 deaths per 100,000 live births for women of other races.
According to the CDC
These are mostly lower class women having maternal mortality issues. Do I even need to go into the substance abuse amongst the poor black community? Aren’t we well educated on this already? Shouldn’t we take this lifestyle into account when we take a look at mothers dying from pregnancy? Obviously, but it doesn’t fit the Planned Parenthood death agenda.
The images above are two black women speaking on maternal mortality in this documentary. I hate to throw them under the bus but I must highlight something.
One is obviously obese and the other has acne, which are signs of a poor diet-related lifestyle. Black women are disproportionately unhealthy in America. I find it ironic that these two women discuss maternal mortality but fail to discuss diet-related causes. They’re either unaware or don’t want to admit it.
I find that when you speak to black women, especially, about choosing a healthier diet their response is usually, “I’m going to die anyway”. Well, if that’s your response, you should just stop caring about mortality and stop discussing it altogether. You’ve already made up your mind.
Before I move into the next section, which is eye-opening, I just want to highlight one more thing. The poor and rural class do not have easy access to maternal care.
Only about 6 percent of the nation’s ob–gyns work in rural areas, according to the latest survey numbers from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). Yet 15 percent of the country’s population, or 46 million people, live in rural America. As a result, fewer than half of rural women live within a 30-minute drive of the nearest hospital offering obstetric services. Only about 88 percent of women in rural towns live within a 60-minute drive, and in the most isolated areas, that number is 79 percent. According to Scientific American.
If women can’t get prenatal care wouldn’t that affect their high maternal mortality rates? So, if we removed mothers without easy access to maternal care from the statistics, the data looks vastly different.
What about Prenatal Care?
Since Planned Parenthood seems to care so much about childbirth, what are they doing about prenatal care? The answer is ALMOST NOTHING.
Prenatal care makes up a small portion of Planned Parenthood’s services, and not all Planned Parenthood affiliates offer these services. They only provided 17,419 instances of prenatal care services (compared to 3,533,522 STD tests and 323,999 abortions, according to organization’s annual report for 2014-2015. When compared to abortions, prenatal care services only account for about 5% of their services.
Planned Parenthood is in the killing babies industry. The name Planned Parenthood is misleading because they aren’t planning parenthood, they’re planning death.
When I looked into their prenatal services they mentioned vitamins. But what do these vitamins actually do? When a woman asked her OB about prenatal vitamins he reached under his desk, pulled out the garbage can and said, “Put them in here,”.
So, Planned Death-hood is giving expecting mother garbage, basically. 🙄
I am utterly disgusted at the fact that Planned Death-hood and its team of social media bandits push this into the black community with statistics filled with half-truths. It’s quite evident that they are only interested in killing black life. Abortions are way more dangerous than pregnancies.
Who in their right mind thinks it’s safer to inject metal objects inside a woman, scrape around her insides, causing massive internal bleeding, then pull a life out of her body before nature takes its course? Only a naive idiot or an ignorant fool would go along with something like this.
Look at these instruments. How do they even look okay to shove inside someone?
Obviously, there are instances where an abortion may be in the best interest for a woman, citing rape, medical condition etc. but to say that abortions are safer than pregnancy is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.
The people that support Planned Parenthood and Planned Parenthood itself need to be limited entirely. I personally will not shut up about this. I will continue to highlight how dangerous this really is.Contribute to this writer now and get a tax credit