Shame on “The Squad”

July 19th, 2019

“The Squad is: A self-avowed “gang” of beautiful, powerful, Jezebelesque women devoted to stirring up strife and mayhem. They should know better.” Evangelist Alveda King

In contrast, for me, working with the beautiful and powerful Women for Trump Advisory Board, is a breath of fresh air.

Trump Campaign Announces Launch of ‘Women for Trump’ Ahead of the 2020 Election

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We applauded President Trump for outstanding compassionate humanitarian leadership in:
1. The Rising economic boon; jobs, tax breaks, hands up for least of these.
2. Sanctity of Life and Family Enrichment (Higher Standard of Living)
3. Criminal Justice Reform
4. America First – (“We all bleed the same.”)
5. Youth Recovery and Restoration
6. Safe Borders and Legal Immigration
7. Restoring Harmony in International Affairs
8. And so much more.

The question for The Squad is: Impeach or Repair the Breach? Another one: How can we as women help to reasonably unite and nurture and repair?

Solution: We can pray and support the new trajectory of hope that POTUS has ignited.

Ladies, use your faith; not your hate!

P.S.
As I’m writing this post, we are observing the 50th Anniversary of the sacrificial death of my father, beloved civil rights warrior Rev. AD KING who gave his life for the love of Christ and humanity. When man walked on the moon July 21, 1969, Daddy was killed that day, and he died and went to heaven.
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Independence Day 2019: Life, Liberty, Justice, Jubilee and Reparations Prayers

July 3rd, 2019

Zechariah 4:6 (NLT) “It is not by force nor by strength, but by my Spirit, says the LORD of Heaven’s Armies.”

Independence Day 2019 is tomorrow. During this time in our nation’s history, there is a heightened demand to redefine America’s concepts of liberty, freedom, and justice. Juneteenth 2019 is just behind us. We are currently celebrating 400 years of African American history, so it’s likely not by accident that the “reparations debate” is rapidly gaining traction in conversations across America.

Many inroads have already been made in seeking solutions. In January 2016, a United Nations project with the “Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent” conducted a study on the reparations issue. They recommended that the US establish a national commission to “monitor the human rights of African Americans” — and start taking steps to repay the labor that slaves performed from American independence through the Civil War (an amount that University of Connecticut researcher Thomas Craemer values at about $5.9 trillion) with reparations.

Currently, presidential candidate Marianne Williamson is most fervently backing reparations. The self-help guru and spiritual adviser wants to set aside $200 billion to $500 billion for a reparations program. She’s not offering to foot the bill personally.

Meanwhile, Senator and presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren is rooting for reparations for Blacks, Native Americans and Gays. The other candidates running against our President, including Senators Corey Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand, are also backing tax-payer funded reparations for descendants of former American slaves.

All of these candidates are fully in favor of tax-payer funded abortion laws that help to disproportionately kill the very population they say they are trying to repair. How can you repair people by aborting them?

Interestingly, at least two presidents haven’t sanctioned tax-payer funded reparations for descendants of former American slaves. In a December 2016 interview with “The Atlantic’s” Ta-Nehisi Coates, President Barack Obama said it would be difficult to “practically administer and sustain political support” for reparations.

On July 1, 2019, President Donald Trump said this about the current discussion regarding the federal government awarding reparations for African Americans: “I think it’s a very unusual thing. You have a lot of—it’s been a very interesting debate. I don’t see it happening, no.”

So, at least two Presidents don’t sanction the federal government doling out tax dollars to pay the reparations? Let’s think about this. Is President Trump saying “no reparations?” Or is the President perhaps inviting us to consider just who should pay for the reparations?

In “Reparations Reinvented,” Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics Incorporated, and creator of award-winning documentary MAAFA 21 recommends “A FRESH LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE.” His film Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America documents that, in the 1800s, ultra-wealthy white elitists financed the eugenics movement as a way to rid the country of freed Blacks. It also documents that, (a) this campaign has been in place every day since then, (b) it is still being carried out today, (c) it has inflicted demonstrable harm on the existing African-American community’s personal, societal, familial, financial and political well-being, (d) the plans for this effort – including its intentional targeting of this racial group – were widely publicized by those responsible, and (e) the [fruits of the] perpetrators still exist, [and] are easily identified and have enormous wealth in both cash and other assets.

Nina May of Renaissance Women also asserts that the reparations owed Blacks should be paid by those who have imposed the most harm, rather than from US tax dollars. In her award-winning films, “Reparations, Who Should Pay?” and “Emancipation Revelation Revolution,” Mrs. May explains with supporting evidence, that “the facts point to the Democrats being the party of slavery, oppression, violence, divisive and deadly behavior, segregation and dishonesty. ERR brings an in-depth look at the history of the civil rights movement in America, the role that both parties played, and what happens to conservative blacks who leave the liberal plantation and identify with the Party of Lincoln. Black America needs to be reintroduced to the party that was founded to liberate their ancestors and if anyone should pay reparations … it is the Democrat Party.”

Thinking back, I remember that while seeking the votes of the American people, President Trump asked African American voters an open-ended question: “What do you have to lose?” I remember following up on his question with this request to our very forward-thinking President: Sir. Please tell us what we have to gain.

Not only has President Trump told us, he has shown us gains in the job markets, for the sanctity of life, for religious freedom, through criminal justice reform, and so much more. America is on the mend.

Further, President Trump speaks to all Americans, including African Americans when he says: “We all bleed the same. We don’t worship government, we worship God.” From this perspective, goals that involve partnerships among the governments, private sector and people of faith would be a good start. If we are really listening, perhaps we will hear an invitation to seek God and not humans, and pray for the guidance for solutions to bring justice and the jubilee that will be required to make the wrongs right in America’s Reparations Saga.

“Is anything too hard for the LORD?” Genesis 18:14

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Juneteenth celebrates freed Black slaves; what about the babies?

June 19th, 2019

Today is Juneteenth 2019 here in America, and we are commemorating the day in 1865 when all “Negroes” became ‘free at last’ through the official abolition of slavery. We are also celebrating 400 years of African-American life here in America; wherein President Donald Trump signed the Bill, H.R. 1242 on January 8, 2018 and enacted the 400 Years of African-American History Commission. This enactment helps to develop and carry out activities throughout the United States to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of Africans in the English colonies at Point Comfort, Virginia, in 1619.

Yes, Black slaves were freed; but where is the justice for our babies?

During the past 400 years African-Americans have significantly contributed to the greatness of our nation. Yet we have also suffered oppression, segregation, racism and disproportionate campaigns to reduce our growth, with abortion at the forefront.

Thankfully, here in 2019 we have an advocate for justice leading from the White House. President Donald John Trump is working to set the youngest and most oppressed captives free here in America; those still in the womb.

In the guise of philanthropy, health care and reproductive choice, a disproportionate number of African American mothers and our babies are being targeted by the abortion industry. Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger and her disciples like Melinda Gates have secretly promulgated a racist agenda that is coming to light.

The same thing happened to the slaves freed by Lincoln.

Although the Emancipation Proclamation became effective on January 1, 1863, it was not until June 19, 1865, two and a half years later, that the slaves in Galveston, Texas were set free. Now, all these years later, we are finally realizing that babies in the womb are people who need to be set free to be born.

Therefore, for Juneteenth this year, I say “yes,” celebrate the date that the Black slaves were set free! Now free our babies.

Let’s pray for the freedom of our brothers and sisters, the little people, the boys and girls in our mothers’ wombs. Those who even today are not free to live, not being treated as persons. They are slave of sorts in the wombs of their mothers.

It’s time for reparations for the babies. Throughout American history, different ethnic groups of people have received reparations that allowed them to invest in various businesses. What reparations have the Black communities received? Birth control and abortion. We deserve more than “gifts” of population control.

Yes. Let’s celebrate the freeing of the slaves in the 19th century. Now it’s time for a new emancipation proclamation for the unborn.

In 2019 it’s time to set ALL the captives free. That includes the little babies in the womb.

HAPPY JUNETEENTH 2019

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, for he has anointed me to bring Good News to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim that captives will be released, that the blind will see, that the oppressed will be set free…” Luke 4:18

I’m Evangelist Alveda King, Executive Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn.

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Evangelist Alveda King: Sen. Gillibrand’s “Reproductive Rights” Argument is a Civil Wrong

June 12th, 2019

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TITUSVILLE, FL — Evangelist Alveda King, Director of Civil Rights for The Unborn for Priests for Life, is “up in arms” regarding recent remarks by New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president.

In an interview with the Des Moines Register, Sen. Gillibrand compared pro-life beliefs to racism.

“The lady is guilty of speaking opposites and double speak,” said Ms. King. “Her argument is faulty because she is stating that we are forcing religious views on her. Not so. Actually, we are stating scientific facts, that a baby in the womb is a human being and should have equal rights to life.

“This scientific fact is aligned with Bible teachings. A woman has a right to choose what she does with her body. The baby is not her body. The contributions of chromosomes from both parents of the child in the womb make the baby a distinct person. Where is the lawyer for the baby? How can the dream survive if we murder our children?

“I was lied to by the abortion industry in the 1970s. Told that my two aborted babies and the one miscarried due to damage to my cervix from the abortions were not people, that they were ‘blobs of tissue.’ My grandfather, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Sr. convinced my mother not to abort me in 1950. He told Mama that they were lying to her. ‘That’s not a lump of flesh. That is my granddaughter. You can’t abort her. I saw her in a dream three years ago. She has bright skin and bright red hair, and she is going to bless many people,’ he told her. I was born on January 22, 1951.Granddaddy later helped to save one of my six living children from abortion.

“Kirsten Gillibrand is wrong. Abortion is a civil wrong. Life is a civil right.

“Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood which is America’s largest abortion provider, was a consultant to the Ku Klux Klan. She was a terrible racist, a genocidal eugenicist.

“In promoting the sanctity of all human life from the womb to the tomb as racist, Sen. Gillibrand is revealing her true colors. She is supporting abortion, one of the most heinous forms of racism that exists. Abortion kills the weakest members of our human race; babies in the womb. A woman’s reproductive rights should never include the death of an innocent human being. “

Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, added, “Sen. Gillibrand not only is insulting the children in the womb, but countless Americans who defend them, and who realize that we need public servants who know the difference between serving the public and killing the public.”

Alveda and Fr. Frank also praised the young girl in North Carolina who spoke up fearlessly for the unborn at a City Council meeting in Raleigh.

“Regardless of skin color, gender, economic status and other human denominators, little children see the truth clearly. Little babies in the womb are people. Currently, one little girl is being attacked in the media for saying that little children in the womb are treated like slaves. She is correct. Slaves and little babies have little or no say over whether they will live or die. We are one blood, one human race; science and Acts 17:26 agree on that truth. It is not right to kill innocent people; for any reason,” Ms. King concluded.

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Mother’s Day Testimony

May 9th, 2019

By Evangelist Alveda King
Civil Rights for The Unborn

Acts 17:26-28 teaches us that God created one human race; and places us in families. We are not color blind, we are not different races. So, it doesn’t matter what color you are, or how old you are, or where you are born. Everyone has a mother; sometimes the relationships are good, sometimes not.

I’ve always thought that my mother is the most beautiful woman in the world. When I was little, I wanted to be just like her. However, God saw fit for me to be born looking like my Daddy; a gift I’ve learned to appreciate.

In 1950, even though my parents were engaged, they weren’t married. Yet they decided to “do things that grown folks do,” so I showed up on their first date they had without a chaperone.

Mama was a freshman at Spelman College, and she wanted to wait to get married. Back then, pregnant women didn’t go to college, married or not. So, Mama got a flyer at school about new “birth control” methods and a procedure called a D&C which were alternatives to unwanted and unplanned pregnancies from the Birth Control League which was changing its name to Planned Parenthood.

Mama’s mother got wind of Mama’s plans and insisted that they get counseling from their pastor, Rev. Martin Luther King, Sr. Granddaddy said: “Neenie, that’s not a lump of flesh. That’s my granddaughter. I saw her in a dream three years ago. She has bright skin and bright red hair and she is going to bless many people. There will be no abortion. We’re going to have this baby.”

Daddy and Mama got married, and I was born January 22, 1951; the first of their five children. The story of my rescue from abortion was a secret for many years. As a result, I misinterpreted family whispers and family secrets, and sometimes felt rejected and became insecure and rebellious at times. Along the way, I slipped off the golden path and had two abortions, a miscarriage and three divorces. God is gracious. I repented and am the mother of six living children; and eleven grandchildren so far.

About ten years ago Mother told me the whole story. We cried and repented and rejoiced together. Today, she calls me her “Angel Daughter,” and I call her the Butterfly Queen because of her love for butterflies. Her favorite memory about butterflies is our trip to Callaway Gardens where a magnificent Monarch Butterfly landed on her outstretched finger.

Mama also has granddaughters and great granddaughters. We spend many fun hours together; cooking, entertaining, shopping, worshipping and praying and just loving each other. I have learned the value of healthy family relationships; how to pray for them and receive them during my years here at BBCC. I thank God that our family relationships are whole and healthy. Amen.

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Thank God for Our President’s Prayers: More Hope for Life from Womb to the Tomb

May 3rd, 2019

“Then if my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and restore their land.” – 2 Chronicles 7:14 NLT

May history always remember the day the President of The United States humbly acknowledged God our Creator at the annual National Day of Prayer on May 2, 2019. My heart was filled with love for humanity, faith for a gloriously transformed nation, and hope for a better day there in the Rose Garden of the White House on yesterday.

The sincere prayers of our Vice President and our First Lady set the tone for the impactful message delivered by America’s 45th president; Donald J. Trump. As the President spoke, tears filled my eyes, and during the lovely worship song, I heard myself resounding along with many gathered there: HALLELUJAH!

President Trump reaffirmed “In God we Trust” in so many ways. His strengthening of America’s religious freedom, his affirmation of the sanctity of life from the womb to the tomb, his compassion for those burdened by the opioid crisis; all of which are powerfully blanketed in prayer by those in support of the POTUS agenda, is so very encouraging.

When Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein called President Trump a healer, the resounding amens from among those gathered were remindful of the need of a great awakening. President Trump recently said he believes in redemption. Indeed, God has placed America on a path to redemption.

The Spirit of the Living God is upon many of us, evident in the POTUS delivery on promises of criminal justice reform, economic assistance for everyone, sanctity of life, compassionate humanitarian intervention and so much more.

Indeed, we are red-blooded Americans, endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights. President Trump has rightly noted that we all bleed the same. We must thank God for this insight.

In this light, let’s pray, “against all odds,” for our President, his family, and his valiant administrative team; for their continuing strength and success.

As we remember the ministry of the Prophet MLK, we must come together; as the one blood human race, created in the image of God: we are not colorblind.

Looking ahead to 2020, as we choose abundant life, may we learn to live together as brothers and sisters; so that we do not perish together as fools.

As we are moving forward in prayer, let us continue to pray; to unite in God’s love and mercy. May God bless us to see the day that America is redeemed and whole, amen.

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Black Women Challenge Politicians and Hollywood: We are “Soul Sisters” – Let’s Talk

April 17th, 2019

Who:
Evangelist Alveda King, Civil Rights for The Unborn
Catherine Davis, The Restoration Project
Day Gardner, National Black Prolife Union
Loretto Grier Cudjoe, The Peoples Agenda
Denise Walker, Rich in Mercy
Angela King, American King Foundation
Lori Hoye, Issues4Life Foundation
LaKisha Chapman, Author, Mommy Let Me Live

In response to mounting abortion mania from Black politicians and Hollywood Celebrities, Black activists are crying out. The current opposition to the “Heartbeat Bill” that will save the lives of countless babies and their mothers is unconscionable, taking on nightmare proportions of illogical justification. Consequently, Black Prolife activists urge opponents across the spectrum of Hollywood, politics and every walk of life to “meet in the public square” for a “come to Jesus” encounter. We should not be enemies. We have a common cause, to live, to grow and prosper. There has to be a better way to escape racism, abuse and poverty than killing our own; and not just by gun violence and Black on Black crime. Abortion is the number one culprit; killing millions of us as our women and children are being led to the slaughter.

The women are part of a larger group of African American leaders, the National Black Prolife Coalition, who see abortion as a cruel detriment to the growth of their communities.

“This Holy Week is the perfect time to pray for mothers and their unborn children. Thank God that Mary did not abort Jesus; even though her pregnancy was inconvenient in the eyes of many. Here in the 21st century, the infanticide and risks to a mother’s health are warning signals that abortion is never a healthy option for women. Black women suffer the highest risk of loss by abortion. How can the dream survive if we murder the children,” said Evangelist Alveda King.

“Gabrielle Union, Tracee Elliss Ross and Uzo Aduba are Planned Parenthood’s Ministers of Propaganda paid to ensure Georgia’s Black abortion rate remains at 62% or higher. Their absence from this state is welcomed since their presence and propaganda aids Planned Parenthood’s Negro Project’s genocide,” said Catherine Davis.

“So many children are denied their most basic human right – the right to life, with black babies topping the abortion list. Their civil rights trampled, their precious little bodies discarded like dung. What about the dream Dr. King so courageously worked for, marched for and ultimately died for? Sadly, when he died much of the ‘dream’ died with him but that’s not okay. We must revitalize the dream — for the very lives of all God’s children,” added Day Gardner.

“For decades, Planned Parenthood’s slick advertising has promoted the genocide against communities of color. They target our children for death, and use Gabrielle Union, Tracee Elliss Ross And Uzo Aduba to convince women to hate their children and kill them.” Denise Walker continued, “These women are not leaders – they are executioners. Shame on them for hating Black, Latina and Asian children!”

“So you legalized infanticide and then you legalized marijuana to drug us so we’ll forget about killing our babies. #GodisLife,” added Angela King.

“The black African seed that survived the slave trade, the trans-Atlantic passage and 400 years of slavery, lynching, and Jim Crow has been surrendered to the abortionist. The black vote, hard won to alleviate suffering, has become an instrument of death for children worldwide as we elect politicians lacking knowledge and basic respect for human life. Under the leadership of Democratic President Bill Clinton these same politicians showed similar disrespect for the liberty of young blacks as they voted to enact federal and state crime laws, Georgia SB440 and SB441, supporting mass incarceration that promised to keep blacks locked up beyond the age of reproduction, supporting the racist eugenicist ‘plan for peaceful genocide.’ Jesus Christ substitutes Himself for the ‘least of these,’ none less than the unborn or the prisoner, to insure ‘justice for all!’ Black lives matter, but ‘the souls of black folks’ matter more! Let’s come together with the God’s People’s Agenda and ponder the question: What constitutes human suffering and how can it be alleviated?” said Dr. Loretto Grier Cudjoe.

“As a child conceived in rape, it bothers me that it’s acceptable to sacrifice children like me for the sins of their fathers. Abortion is the #1 cause of death in the Black Community. For these misguided Black American female entertainers to promote the destruction of their own race is unconscionable,” concluded Lori Hoye.

“I had been like a gentle lamb led to the slaughter; I did not realize that they had plotted against me, saying, ‘Let us destroy the tree and its fruit; let us cut [them] off from the land of the living, that their names be remembered no more.’” Jeremiah 11:19

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Cory Booker Is A Day Late and a Dollar Short: Redeeming MLK’s Check Must Include Reparations, Jubilee, and Redemption

April 12th, 2019

“…America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked “insufficient funds… we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt. We refuse to believe that there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation.” MLK 1963 “I HAVE A DREAM.”

Democrat presidential hopeful Cory Booker is touting a new reparations bill for African Americans while secretly supporting an agenda of genocide and infanticide by abortion of millions of Black babies. Even now, in New York, Cory’s camp is broadening abortion access and simultaneously working to legalize marijuana; kill the babies and anesthetize the conscience of the victims. What an oxymoron; offer freedom and death at the same time.

Let’s remind Mr. Booker and his colleagues that Black lives, Black losses by abortion – of one race/one blood human beings – should matter too. These losses should be included in all reparations discussions. Who should pay?

If anyone should pay reparations, it is the Democrat party.

They fought a war to keep slavery alive, opposed emancipation and the 13th, 14th, 15th Amendments, founded the KKK, instituted Jim Crow laws to keep emancipated blacks from voting Republican, kept the South segregated and managed to move blacks to their new welfare plantation, support a rabid abortion agenda… and the beat goes on.

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Meanwhile, the iconic insufficient funds decree by Prophet Martin Luther King, Jr. is being misused by Mr. Booker and those of his ilk to stir emotions and raise false hopes.

What Mr. Booker is not saying is that reparations for American Blacks is not a new demand, which like criminal justice reform, must be a bi-partisan effort. Over the years, the initial initiative for our reparations became known as Forty Acres and a mule in reference to Special Field Orders No. 15, a promise made by the United States government to aid formerly enslaved black farmers.

When slavery ended with the American Civil War, many freed people were told by various political figures that they had a right to own the land they had long worked as slaves; consequently, the ex-slaves were eager to control their own property. However, the reparative order was rescinded by Abraham Lincoln’s successor.

What is a realistic diagram of reparations? Who currently benefits from American’s reparations?

In certain instances in America, European, Jewish, Native American, Asian and Latino communities have received reparative government assistance in the form of tax benefits, education assistance, and other concessions that Blacks do not receive in masse. These concessions have never been designed to be handouts; but rather they are hand up reparations.

For instance, when you purchase foreign automobiles, you repair a certain market; nail shops and beauty supply stores, a certain population benefits; casinos provide funds, and another people group is rewarded; small business independent gas stations are owned by another predominant group. These are just some examples of American opportunities for various people groups in America.

To a lesser degree and to a smaller population, some American Black athletes and entertainers and small business owners enjoy incomes in and above the six figure bracket. For the most part however, American Blacks have been offered excessive access to abortions and multi- generational welfare handouts and entitlements as benefits; which as such continue to generationally limit our success and stifle our productivity.

Today, from a deceptive politically motivated vantage point, American Blacks are being promised personal reparation checks from the federal government. This is a deceptive promise to stir emotions and offer false hope; a promise which in and of itself is undeliverable.

Here in the 21st century, redemption and restoration should include realistic curative reparations for Blacks.

“And really, I think maybe more than anything else, we are now proving that we are a nation that believes in redemption.” President Donald John Trump at White House announcement of FIRST STEP MONTH. April 1, 2019

America’s 21st Century Jubilee must include a new deal for African Americans.

Throughout America’s history, while various people groups have benefitted in whole or in part from reparations, for the most part, African American communities have benefitted the least.

Prayerful attention is therefore now hereby requested in regards to discussions and consideration for a 21st century reparations plan for Black America; circa slavery and post slavery America:

1. Enlist the prayers and support of the faith community in this effort.
2. Extend a term limited tax credit to recipients.
3. Extend lines of credit without severe and unfair credit scoring.
4. Enforce Ban on red lining by zip codes, social security numbers and zoning.
5. Ban unduly burdensome requirements for mortgage qualifications.
6. Award Full College Scholarships and loan forgiveness for those who want an accredited college degree. There should be no age restriction.
7. Extend Tax abatements
8. Wave penalties on compliance and qualifications on obtaining credit, voting rights and employment, business loans, for formerly incarcerated returning citizens.
9. Award land grants.
10. Cancel all abortion grants and repay the blood money. Let the people live.
11. The above terms must be awarded in total and not truncated.

In closing, I make this appeal: Don’t just give me a big fish today, teach me how to fish to live and bless my children and grandchildren. I believe that President Trump’s trajectory, which includes Opportunity Zones, realistic options to abortions, a safer America and many other opportunities that benefit not just Black Americans, but all Americans, is truly a way to reparations and redemption.

“God’s Spirit is on me; he’s chosen me to preach the Message of good news to the poor, Sent me to announce pardon to prisoners and recovery of sight to the blind, To set the burdened and battered free, to announce, “This is God’s year to act!” Luke 4:18-19 MSG

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Angela and Alveda King Fight for Justice in America

April 1st, 2019

Evangelist Alveda King and author/activist Angela Stanton-King continue to join forces to unite America for advancing criminal justice reform and sanctity of life. This week with meetings at the White House, prolife roundtables and a March for Life in Virginia on the schedule, the ladies are calling for prayers and support in the mission.

In their continuing campaign to “Revitalize Urban Communities” social justice activist Angela Stanton-King unites diverse community leaders with initiatives such as Opportunity Zones and Prison Reform. She is also promoting a #GodisLife agenda.

As a formerly incarcerated, now liberated book publisher, author and reality television personality, Stanton-King feels compelled to “put others on the road to financial freedom.” Her Leadership Summits explain opportunity zones, tax regulations, investment opportunities, and the importance of utilizing capital gains.

As an outspoken Christian Evangelist, and Director of Civil Rights for The Unborn, Alveda King remains “on board to save babies and lift up Jesus.” King is also a noted voice in media and entertainment with current projects including WE’RE NOT COLOR BLIND and the ROE V WADE MOVIE.

With ongoing prayers combined with support of the sweeping humanitarian reforms of President Trump, which include sanctity of life, religious freedom, social and criminal justice reform and economic jubilee, King and King share an expected outcome: to educate, motivate and activate leaders and laypeople to work together for a great America.

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Kings Unite: Reparations and Jubilee Must Include Ending Abortion, Restoring Our Families

April 1st, 2019

“Don’t just give me a big fish today, teach me how to fish to live and bless my children.” Evangelist Alveda C. King

Evangelist Alveda King, Director of Civil Rights for The Unborn joins her goddaughter Angela Stanton-King, American King Foundation in redefining the current reparations discussion.

“Where the plan for the forty acres and a mule was derailed several decades ago, along with atonement for the past evils of slavery, there is a new deadly agenda, a tremendously heavy additional burden of harm against the Black community that has resulted in the more recent deaths of millions of African Americans; human beings dead by abortion in the 20th and 21st century,” said Evangelist Alveda King.

“These Black lives, Black losses by abortion – of one race/one blood human beings – should matter too. These losses should be included in discussions and any restitution due to the Black community for past and current hurts.”

Meanwhile, in an effort to continue to cull black votes, a liberal movement is promising unsuspecting members of the African American community reparations in the form of cash and checks while secretly planning to use tax dollars connected to the abortion industry to foot the bill.

“While a reparations discussion that is desperately needed to justly realign the resources of the African American community, references to the 40 acres and a mule alone won’t do in 2019. There is so much water under the post slavery bridge, including the harm from the Jim Crow Era, that a revisit to the effort of reparations for American Blacks is overdue,” said Stanton King.

“Today, we need so much more than the big fishy scheme proposed by the liberals. We as African Americans need to know en masse how to fish and to be liberated to ably feed ourselves and our children for a lifetime.”

As such, the massively deceptive $1.5 million per person reparations plan currently touted by the liberal agenda rings hollow. They have people thinking that they will be passing out big checks in payment to absolve racism. However, this is a pie in the sky pipeline of a dream of cash handouts that the liberal media and political machine are dangling before us in the unduly oppressed and emotionally vulnerable Black communities of America.

How is the liberal agenda planning to pay for this genie in their bottle benevolence? You can guess that they won’t be digging into the coffers of those who continue to benefit from the abortion deaths of our children.

In the past, reparations plans for ethnic communities such as the Native Americans, Asians and Jews have been culturally specific, with efforts of righting evils of injustice towards their communities.

These reparations included requirements and conditions for the recipients.

Now, especially because it is so long overdue, Black people need revived hope. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s reference to insufficient funds must now be addressed for Blacks in America and indeed all Americans. There are many imbalances where Blacks in America that are seriously and disproportionately impacted by the absence of these funds: the criminal justice system, the health system, the education system and the economy.

It must however be emphasized that because MLK was a preacher and a prophet during his sojourn here on earth, he would likely advise that our prayers for justice should include a huge dose of Gospel Jubilee in the formula. While human laws will be part of the process, the windows of Heaven must also open for us if justice is to be completely fulfilled; not in a colorblind America. We must put on our glasses and see each other as one-blood human beings.

Prayerful attention is therefore now hereby requested in regards to discussions consideration for a reparations plan for Black America; circa slavery and post slavery America:

1. Enlist the prayers and support of the faith community in this effort.
2. Extend a term limited tax credit to recipients.
3. Extend lines of credit without severe and unfair credit scoring.
4. Ban red lining by zip codes, social security numbers and zoning.
5. Ban unduly burdensome requirements for mortgage qualifications.
6. Award Full College Scholarships for those who want an accredited college degree. There should be no age restrictions.
7. Extend Tax abatements.
8. Wave penalties on compliance and qualifications on obtaining credit and employment for formerly incarcerated returning citizens.
9. Eliminate abortions as part of this process.
10. The above terms must be awarded in total and not parceled out.

Reparations & White Privilege – Between the Scenes | The Daily Show

Trevor Noah is an unabashed Trump comedic roaster who makes some clear points about reparations. As authors of this blog, we, Angela and Alveda are Frederick Douglass Republicans who deeply appreciate President Trump’s humanitarian leadership. However, we are willing to set political differences aside in favor of the greater good that is repairing America and praying for Jubilee.

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