Archive for June, 2011

Pro-Life Reflection for June 30

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Even if my father and mother abandon me, the Lord will gather me up. – Psalms 27:10

Reflection: Blessed Margaret of Castello (13th c.) is Patron of the Unwanted. When her parents, who were respected nobility, discovered at her birth that she was a badly deformed dwarf, hunchback, and blind, they refused to give her a name, locked her up in a small cell, and eventually abandoned her while traveling.

Had we know what Margaret’s parents were doing to her, would we have spoken up?

Prayer: Blessed Margaret, pray that we may speak up for the unwanted.

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Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

On 29 June we commemorate the martyrdoms of both apostles. The date is the anniversary of a day around 258, under the Valerian persecution, when what were believed to be the remains of the two apostles were both moved temporarily to prevent them from falling into the hands of the persecutors.


Almighty God, whose blessed apostles Peter and Paul glorified you by their martyrdom: Grant that your Church, instructed by their teaching and example, and knit together in unity by your Spirit, may ever stand firm upon the one foundation, which is Jesus Christ our Lord; who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.

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Billboard Controversy Follow-up

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Last Thursday I blogged about some billboards that are causing a controversy.

Yesterday, there was a story in the East Bay Express about the billboards in Oakland and explains that several pro-abortion groups, “launched a call-in campaign to local CBS Outdoor billboard representative Jeff McCuen to pressure the company, which owns the billboards, to take the ads down.

McCuen didn’t respond to multiple requests for comment, but wrote Shen an e-mail last Friday saying CBS Outdoor did not plan to halt the campaign.

“The Radiance ads are within the standards we apply to all submissions, and we would apply those same standards in deciding whether to accept an ad presenting an opposing viewpoint,” McCuen wrote. “At the end of the day we have faith in the public’s ability to use their judgment with regard to the issues involved in this debate.””

We applaud Jeff McCuen’s courage and bravery in standing up against what is clearly the abortion industry’s attempt to silence the truth about their dirty little secret, abortion kills a disproportionate number of black babies. They know that once the Black community wakes up to this realization, their business will be in danger of being shut down.

The groups responsible for the billboard ads are Atlanta-based The Radiance Foundation (Ryan Bomberger) working with locally-based Issues4Life (Walter Hoye).

Radiance’s Chief Creative Officer Ryan Bomberger — who, like Hoye, is black — said he didn’t expect the billboards to be taken down. “It’s hard to look at a billboard that says black and beautiful and say that that’s a racist statement,” Bomberger said, “Especially when abortion is destroying the Black community.”

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Eugenics and Planned Parenthood

Monday, June 27th, 2011

“When peripherals collide, convergence is imminent.” – Dr. Alveda C. King

The current focus on the plight of Elaine Riddick (a good friend of mine) brings to bear that the horizons of the Expose Eugenics as Genocide Movement are expanding. Case in point: Elaine was sterilized as part of the Eugenics Movement population control agenda in the 20th Century. (These same type of tactics are still occurring today by the way, only in secret. They are definitely being promoted in third world countries.)

Now, for the first time in our history, we are fighting several fronts of evil at the same time. Case in point: we are concurrently fighting against the human rights violations of coercing women to be sex slaves; fighting for the lives of babies in the womb; fighting to protect women from being coerced to have abortions; fighting for the rights of women to be free of deceptive advertising surrounding the harmful effects of taking or using harmful artificial abortafacets called birth control prescriptions; fighting to educate and inform women of the harmful effects of abortion and birth control chemicals including the links to breast cancer; fighting to educate men regarding the negative impact of abortion on their lives; the impact of the “Sexual Revolution” on the family; and most recently the conjoined impact of fluoride on the human reproductive process.

Please consider this. When you talk to any member of either of the above mentioned camps and tell them that the other issues are all a part of the bigger Eugenics picture, they will tell you that their issue is the most pressing issue and the other issues are peripheral. So, now that the peripherals are colliding, convergence is imminent.

Lately, Elaine has been in the news because, according to a CNN iReport, North Carolina, one of seven states that have issued apologies to the victims of forced sterilization programs, is considering compensating the victims.

Elaine testified before lawmakers on Wednesday June 22, 2011 in North Carolina as the states heard from several survivors out of the 7200 plus victims who were affected by North Carolina’s forced sterilization program that ran from 1933 through the 1970s. (see Elaine’s story)

I bring Elaine Riddick up because of Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood. Margaret Sanger is the founder of Planned Parenthood and a eugenicist. Margaret Sanger began the “Negro Project designed to sterilize unknowing black women and others she deemed as undesirables of society. The founder of Planned Parenthood said, “Colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated”” according to

Planned Parenthood continues the tradition of extermination of the Black population. With 78% of abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods, blacks are the target of Margaret Sanger’s eugenics agenda. A part of the plan was to enlist the help of Black ministers to help them.

“We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the 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.” – Margaret Sanger

Planned Parenthood even offered the Margaret Sanger Award to my uncle, an award that was accepted by his wife who read a speech he did not write. I explain it all in Part 1 and Part 2 on my AAO website at Priests for Life.

Interestingly enough Planned Parenthood once advocated “Birth Control” water. Some scientific studies show that fluoride can be harmful to the human reproductive process. How’s that for a convergence. The Pro-life community meets the fluoride alert community.

To this day many in the Black Community continue to defend Planned Parenthood while still many others in the community don’t have any idea about the agenda of Planned Parenthood. But there are those, like Al Sharpton and Sister Song, who are in leadership positions that know of Planned Parenthood’s agenda but refuse to accept the facts and continue to back their play against people of color.

The Black Community needs to unite and let Planned Parenthood know that we have value, we matter and we will not stand by as they continue to kill our future generations.

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New Children’s Books for Your Collection

Friday, June 24th, 2011

My cousin Dr. Angela Farris Watkins has released another book, UNCLE MARTIN’S BIG HEART. It reveals the timeless and universal message of love that our family legacy has embraced for generations.

A young lady called me on Father’s Day and said: “Pray for all the single mothers who have to be both mother and father today.” That broke my heart almost as much as the stories of mothers and fathers who choose to abort their babies. A friend brought me this book, WHERE’S MY FATHER? by his sister Marilyn Johnson Ciminelli today and it inspired me. Life, marriage and family go together, and I commend the authors of children’s books that can motivate us with their inspirational stories. I hope to join their ranks so. Please add these books to your collection.

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New Evidence Confirms Dentists Controlled Statements by CDC On Fluoridation Toxicity Concerns

Friday, June 24th, 2011

**Planned Parenthood, founded by Margaret Sanger, once advocated “Birth Control” water. Some scientific studies show that flouride can be harmful to the human reproductive process** – Alveda King

June 22, 2011

CONTACT: Daniel G. Stockin, MPH The Lillie Center, Inc. P.O. Box 839 Ellijay GA 30540
Ph: 706-669-0786 email: web:

Another King Family Member Speaks Out as Fluoridegate Scandal Builds in Atlanta

Ellijay, GA – Swirling questions about conflicts of interest and improper influence grew rapidly today as Freedom of Information Act documents showed that since the 1970s, dental health professionals alone in the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have controlled the agency’s stance supporting water fluoridation.

A response to a request for the names and job descriptions of all persons in CDC that have had input into CDC’s decision to support fluoridation listed no CDC toxicologists, minority health professionals, experts in diabetes, or others outside the Oral Health Division.

CDC says its administrative structure is set up to address what the agency calls “cross cutting issues.” Yet only CDC’s directors of oral health were listed over several decades as being responsible for the agency’s fluoridation stance, a disquieting disclosure for water, health, and political leaders that believed CDC utilized its broad array of internal expertise in assessing research on whole-body, outside-the-mouth harm from fluoridation.

The documentation intensifies focus on the motivations behind CDC’s and EPA’s fluoride safety statements that appear at odds with current scientific knowledge.

After a 2006 report from the National Research Council documented extensive amounts of basic research never conducted on whole-body fluoride impacts, CDC continued promoting fluoridation while stating on its website, “Extensive research conducted over the past 60 years has shown that fluoridation of public water supplies is safe and effective for all community residents.”

The disclosures come as yet another prominent member of the Atlanta black community is calling for a halt to water fluoridation and highlighting concerns about the CDC’s role in promoting it.

Alveda King, nationally known minister and niece of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., joins the civil rights leader’s daughter, Bernice King, former Atlanta mayor and U.N. ambassador Andrew Young, and civil rights leader and minister Dr. Gerald Durley in drawing attention to risks from fluoridation.

Alveda King posted information on her blog today. “The Centers for Disease Control has clearly been trying to preserve fluoridation at all costs, but the facts about fluoride harm are coming out anyway,” she says.

”This is a civil rights issue,” she continues. “No one should be subjected to drinking fluoride in their water, especially sensitive groups like kidney patients and diabetics, babies in their milk formula, or poor families that cannot afford to purchase unfluoridated water. Black and Latino families are being disproportionately harmed.”

A growing body of published research shows that minorities, kidney patients, diabetics, babies and seniors are particularly at risk for harm from ingested fluorides.

Law firms are now reviewing old and new documents believed to highlight a pattern of attempts to curtail discussions on fluoride toxicity and downplay the importance of professionals personally reviewing scientific reports about fluorides.

One such document is an explosive transcript of a 1951 meeting of state dental directors on file at the Library of Congress.

State dental leaders at the meeting were encouraged to promote fluoridation were told, “The question of toxicity is on the same order. Lay off it altogether. Just pass it over. ‘We know there is absolutely no effect other than reducing tooth decay,’ you say, and go on. If it becomes an issue, then you will have to take it over, but don’t bring it up yourself.”

A white paper issued by the American Dental Association in 1979 stated that, “Individual dentists must be convinced that they need not be familiar with scientific reports of laboratory and field investigations on fluoridation to be effective participants in the promotion program and that nonparticipation is an overt neglect of professional responsibility.”

“I think it’s pretty clear that the public, the media, and health providers were given soothing talking points about fluoridation, and in many cases dissuaded from personally looking at toxicity data,” says Daniel G. Stockin, a career public health professional who is opposed to fluoridation.

“How can CDC oral health professionals in a department that has promoted fluoridation for decades be objective, let alone competent to assess research and draw conclusions about the toxicity of fluorides on thyroid glands, kidneys, and the pineal gland?” he asks.

“There is a reason we’re seeing calls for Fluoridegate investigations,” Stockin continues. “The legal community and the media are waking up to this. I believe jurors will see a clear pattern of disinformation, half-truths, misdirection, and omission of critical material facts concerning harm from fluoridated drinking water.”


Reference Links / Sources:

* Freedom of Info. Act Request & Response
* CDC statement on structure set up to address cross cutting issues
* CDC’s “60 years of extensive research” statement (see “Safety and Fluoridation”)
* Alveda King’s blog: see June 22, 2011 post
* National Research Council report on fluorides: see “Susceptible Subpopulations” pp. 350-51, Harm to minorities – see Table 23 from CDC MMWR publication and other research references
* Transcript of 1951 meeting of state dental directors (see p. 23), Original document on file at Library of Congress: call number RK21.C55 LC, control no.: 59062243, LCCN permalink Meeting name: Conference of the State and Territorial Dental Directors with the Public Health Service and the Children’s Bureau. Main title: Proceedings. Published/Created: [Washington] U. S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare.
* ADA White Paper on Fluoridation: see bottom p. 10
* Atlanta leaders on fluoridation: Bernice King Facebook page, see May 10, 2011 post; Rev. Durley & Ambassador Young
* Fluoridation Litigation Article in American Association for Justice newsletter

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Billboard Controversies

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Over the past year or so there have been many controversies over billboards trying to get the message out that the African American Community is the target of a concerted effort by the abortion industry in general, and Planned Parenthood specifically, to exterminate the Black people.

Some of the cities where these billboards have been placed include Atlanta, GA, Oakland, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Jacksonville, FL, Austin, TX, and Manhattan, NY.

The billboards are an attempt to bring up the subject of genocide in the black communities to the forefront and to open the public’s eyes to the truth about abortion. I don’t understand the controversy over the billboards. All they do is state the facts and the facts don’t lie.

Fact: 35,088 abortions were performed in 2008

Fact: 20,909 were performed on black women

Fact: 9,954 were performed on white women

Fact: Blacks make up 12% of the population but account for 36% of the abortions.

Fact: Black women are 1.5 times more likely to get pregnant but are 3 times more likely to get an abortion.

Many in the community seem to get upset about these billboards. The news reports always deal with the controversy but they don’t address the fact that the billboards are accurate in what they are saying.

Many in the Black community get upset and feel that these billboards are racial and making Black women look bad or portraying them in a bad light. As a Black woman myself, I think that they are missing the point.

One billboard in New York City stated, “The most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb.” It pictured a young beautiful little girl in a summer dress under the caption and below the picture was a website, This message is true because the leading cause of death for African Americana is abortion. In 2005, according to CDC date, abortion killed more Blacks than the next seven leading causes of death (heart disease, cancer, strokes, accidents, diabetes, homicide, and chronic lower respiratory disease) combined. This is what Blacks should be outraged about.

Nobody is saying the Black women are bad and they kill their babies. What is being said is that those babies in their wombs are being targeted by the abortion industry.

The abortion industry wants to make this about healthcare access and a woman’s reproductive rights. Nobody wants to deny healthcare to anyone, but abortion is not healthcare.

As for a woman’s reproductive rights, nobody wants to control their rights either. When women choose to have sex, they should understand that sex can lead to pregnancy whether they are using birth control or not. With that in mind, they can proceed or not. If they proceed, then they should accept the responsibilities that go with the sexual act. If they should become pregnant, then they are already a mother of a new baby, a separate person and not a part of their body. The baby has different genetic makeup and is totally different from his/her mother. How is telling a woman that they should not kill their baby in any way trying to control their reproductive right? It’s not!

What it all boils down to is that the Black community is being targeted and the community should be outraged, especially Black leaders.

The next time you see one of these billboards or are discussing them with your friends, tell them that the billboards are not about black women but rather about an epidemic that’s sweeping our country and we need to stop it before we become extinct or an endangered species, as another billboard says.

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Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

The Fluoridegate scandal continues to unravel. All water fluoridation legislation should be repealed in all states that enact fluoridation. Generally people with built-in biases in support of fluoridation have been controlling the discussion about harm from fluorides. The Centers for Disease Control has clearly been trying to preserve fluoridation at all costs, but the facts about fluoride harm are coming out anyway.

This is a civil rights issue. No one should be subjected to drinking fluoride in their water, especially sensitive groups like kidney patients and diabetics, babies in their milk formula, or poor families that cannot afford to purchase unfluoridated water. Black and Latino families are being disproportionately harmed.

Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood supported “birth control water.” There is supporting evidence that shows that in some cases fluoridation negatively impacts the human reproductive systems.

I encourage everyone to take a moment and write to their state’s governor and legislative leaders. Tell them to hold grand jury investigations and hearings on Fluoridegate. For people who live in Georgia, please send a brief note to Governor Deal at this webpage: and email your legislators at:

You can read more about fluoridation harm at: and

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Do The Math… Count Your Blessings

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

1. Do the math .. count your blessings.

2. Faith is the ability to not panic.

3. Laugh every day, it’s like inner jogging.

4. If you worry, you didn’t pray . If you pray,
don’t worry.

5. As a child of God, prayer is kind of like calling
home everyday.

6. Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be
bent out of shape.

7. The most important things in your house are the

8. When we get tangled up in our problems, be still.
God wants us to be still so He can untangle the knot.

9. A grudge is a heavy thing to carry.

10. He who dies with the most toys is still dead.

Have a great day!!! The SON is shining and He
can certainly use you!

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Juneteenth, 146 Years Later and Some Are Still Not Free

Monday, June 20th, 2011

This past weekend I was in Colorado Springs, CO speaking at a Juneteenth Celebration. Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a holiday in the United States honoring African American heritage by commemorating the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. State of Texas in 1865. (June 19th)

I had a great time and wish to thank Father Bill and the Bishop of Colorado Springs Diocese for inviting me to be a part of the celebration.

Click here to see photos of my trip. You can also see the notes of my speech.

A couple of articles about the event were written by the Colorado Springs Gazette, Live Action and KKTV News.

It’s funny how different news outlets will cover the same event yet report different events. I guess some reporters don’t report exactly what they hear but rather take an opportunity to editorialize.

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