Archive for July, 2018

Protect Beautiful Children from Racism and Planned Parenthood’s Unholy Connections

Friday, July 27th, 2018

Jare Ijalana by photographer Mofe Bamuyiwa

Currently a photograph of a lovely Nigerian little girl is going viral. She’s likely as beautiful as the Queen of Sheba, Queen Esther, and Sara; all beautiful women in the Bible.

She is certainly a bright light and is proof and evidence that we are one blood/one human race [Acts 17:26]. Beauty transcends skin color racism. There’s that ugly word again; racism. It’s time to slay that beast.

We talk about racism in our new books coming out soon: NOT COLOR BLIND. SLAVERY, RACISM AND ABORTION, and ABORTION IN BLACK AND WHITE. You will not want to miss the insight regarding the battle for the generations which is addressed in each of these books.

We’ve got to protect our children from the nefarious tentacles of organizations like Planned Parenthood. You’d be shocked out find out that they’re in league with the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Campaign, Boys Scouts, Girl Scouts, Essence Magazine and so many more. Together they are in cahoots to promote sexuality in such a way that threatens the beauty of our children while hiding racism agendas which reek of eugenics, racism and genocide. Because of their collective agenda, procreation and the continuation of the one blood human race are under attack.

Now, you may be thinking: “There goes that old lady talking again.” Well yes, I’m 67 years old. Yes, I am a civil rights warrior from the 20th century. Yes, I’m the daughter of Rev. Alfred Daniels Williams King and Naomi Ruth Barber King, civil rights legends in their own right although you may never have heard of them.

What you do need to hear over and over is that the sanctity of life is a major issue. However, while abortion is a civil wrong and life is a civil right, there are other key social and moral issues that must also be addressed in a holistic approach to healing America. Good education, addressing disproportionate incarceration of our young people, eliminating human trafficking, finding a compassionate path to citizenship for immigrants, reducing poverty, healing the breakdown of the family, fair health care; they all matter. We just need to be born first, and not aborted. Remember, abortion separates people from their families, their parents, and from life forever.

Keep praying! And keep looking up!

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Tide Turns in Crosshairs of Kavanaugh, Media and Roe V Wade Movie

Friday, July 13th, 2018

Kudos to Jason L. Riley, a member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal, for his tide turning telling of the truth about the way abortion is decimating the black community, and for pointing out the hypocrisy of those who will not admit that black unborn lives matter too. Our film Roe V. Wade, of which I’m an Executive Producer, also highlights the truth about the hypocrisy behind the shroud that has hidden the misleading circumstances that have kept women and babies in bondage to the horrors of abortion for far too long.

Talk about perfect timing. America is in the crosshairs of a perfect opportunity to correct a grievous injustice. President Trump’s Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, our film, and the crack in the silence about the truth about abortion from the media can’t all be coincidence.

Roe V Wade which is currently in production reveals how a poor, uneducated woman was used as a pawn by abortion advocates determined to have the procedure legalized throughout the nation. At Civil Rights for the Unborn, which I direct for Priests for Life, we work very hard to educate communities around America and across the globe about the genocide of African-Americans led by the abortion cartel and Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood was founded by a racist who wanted to wipe out blacks, and 100 years later, Margaret Sanger’s legacy continues. Abortion not only kills our children; too often, their mothers are dying as well. Many of the women who have died after botched abortions in recent years have been women of color: Cree Erwin; Tonya Reaves; Diamond Renee Williams; Jamie Lee Morales; Lakisha Wilson, and Maria Santiago, just to name a few. Did their lives matter?

I’m post-abortive myself and I can tell you, there is nothing about abortion that resembles health care. Planned Parenthood told me the abortion would hurt about as much as having a tooth pulled, which was untrue. What they didn’t tell me was that the pain would last forever.

Our nation needs to face the truth about abortion. We need more people in mainstream media to tell the truth as Mr. Riley did. We need a breath of fresh air in our Supreme Court. We need to bring the Roe V Wade film to the screen. We ask for your prayers and support as we work to complete this important and honest film.

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Let Freedom Ring for Everyone

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

While Independence Day, July 4th, is usually celebrated with bar-b-que cookouts, family gatherings, those kinds of things, there is much beyond the celebratory efforts that demand our prayers. We must give credence to the importance of justice and independence across the spectrum.

Remember, we just celebrated Juneteenth last month. Coming up on August 28, I Have a Dream Day will mark the anniversary of the famous speech MLK gave in 1963 where he noted that there was a check marked ‘Insufficient Funds’; and that life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have not been achieved for all of God’s children.

Here in America we are blessed to have a president who believes in the sanctity of life, from the womb to the tomb. There’s a lot of work going forth out of Washington and around America to end the war in the womb and the human trafficking in this nation and around the world.

At Priests for Life, Fr. Frank Pavone often talks about electing public officials who can ‘tell the difference between serving the public and killing the public.

On Independence Day there’s so much that we have to be thankful for; like family, home, health, and good friends. Someone blessed me with a flag while I was on the road. As we see in the selfie, it’s a lovely flag. I’m grateful for the sentiment. God bless America.

Let’s pray for President Trump as he appoints a new Supreme Court Justice who will further the blessings of life, liberty, and the pursuit happiness. Let Freedom Ring for Everyone!

During the holidays, I reflect on the many lessons learned from my elders, Guardians of the King Family Legacy. My dad, Rev. AD King and my mother, Naomi Ruth Barber King, Granddaddy, Daddy King, Martin Luther King, Jr. will ever remain part of my American Dream.

These are memories, hopes and dreams that we celebrate this season. Let’s never forget that we are One Blood/One Human race with the unique opportunity to “learn to live together as brothers [and sisters]” and not perish together as fools.

Let’s pray for liberty and justice for everyone; enjoy a safe and blessed Independence Day!

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