Kanye West speaks out about racist Planned Parenthood and Black genocide
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Those of you who routinely follow pro-life developments are most likely aware of rapper Kanye West’s prolife views. Just yesterday, September 1, 2020, Breitbart did an article on Kanye’s pro-life beliefs. We present here some excerpts from that article and we encourage you to read the entire article.

Poring through the news every day, we come across a lot of abortion stories and many about Planned Parenthood in particular. We also become aware of the racist nature of abortion in general and Planned Parenthood in particular. But, even we were forced to stop and read the article that began:

“Planned Parenthood uses abortion as part of a ‘black genocide’ project, billionaire fashion mogul and gospel rapper Kanye West said in an interview with actor and Masked Singer host Nick Cannon on his eponymous series, Cannon’s Class.”

Kanye is then quoted: “There’s some harsh facts that deal with the black genocide that is abortion … In 50 years, there’s been 22 million — over 22,500,000 — black people aborted strategically and on purpose. Planned Parenthood was set up and placed in minority communities to kill black people.

“Abortion is the number one killer of black lives in the United States,” Kanye said. “According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, abortion kills more black people than HIV, homicide, diabetes, accidents, cancer, and heart disease combined.” 

Kanye had previously told Breitbart: “Planned Parenthood abortion facilities exist in cities on behalf of ‘white supremacists to do the devil’s work.’”

Remember that just a couple of weeks ago, we brought you statements from Planned Parenthood affiliates where they described the “structural racism and white supremacy” that exists in Planned Parenthood today.

Using data from the Life Issues InstituteBreitbart News Entertainment Editor Jerome Hudson added context to some of the claims West was making. He pointed out that the data show that 62 percent of Planned Parenthood’s surgical abortion facilities were located within walking distance, or two miles, of neighborhoods with high black populations. Thirty-three percent are within walking distance of a census tract that is at least 50 percent Hispanic.

“Support for lawful abortion is predicated on dehumanization of unborn children,” noted West. “Abortion culture teaches people that a child isn’t a real soul,” he said. “It was my wife that said this is a soul, and the scariest thing is she had two pills. You take these pills … and the next morning the baby’s gone. She had the pills in her hand.

Last July, Kanye reflected on what he said was his wife’s contemplation of aborting their eldest daughter, North West. “I cried at the thought of aborting my first-born and everyone was so concerned about me … I’m concerned for the world that feels you shouldn’t cry about this subject.”

We found Kanye’s statements over the last year to be accurate and, at the same time, encouraging. God and our Blessed Mother are touching the hearts and souls of many people in all walks of life. A pro-life army is gathering. We began our Marian Blue Wave effort to have people saying a Rosary a week for the demise of Planned Parenthood and abortion. Right now, we have over 3,000 people who are saying their weekly Rosary and positive things are happening.

There is still a very real battle out there. The struggle is a long way from over. But it is becoming clear that Planned Parenthood is in real trouble, more trouble than any we’ve seen in the last 40 years. We implore you to keep your efforts going strong, and we will see the eventual demise of the most satanic organization in the world—racist Planned Parenthood.