A ‘war on women’? Yes! By Planned Parenthood


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LOTTSBURG–Planned Parenthood has revealed its true colors again, and they are not pink and white.

Last week, Planned Parenthood leaders lost their senses in response to the 40 Days for Life peaceful prayer vigils held in front of hundreds of abortion facilities all across America and the world. The abortion giant launched a “prayer” campaign for abortion and glamorized their work as “sacred.”

We believe this tax-funded killing machine should change its armor colors from baby-girl pink and white to red and black. Why? Because those better reflect its War on Women purpose.

Since 2007, 40 Days For Life has coordinated nine peaceful prayer vigils to end the shedding of innocent blood, with tremendous results. Some 5,928 unborn children have been saved from death by abortion. There have been 1,633 individual campaigns in 422 cities, with more than 500,000 people participating through 24-hour-a-day prayer for 40 days straight. Because over 5,000 pregnant mothers have responded to the prayers and chosen life over death by dismemberment, Planned Parenthood launched its latest charade of “praying,” mimicking the Christian prayer vigil.

For five years, Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers have witnessed the amazing results of 40 Days For Life prayers. A quick recap:

The abortion kingpin lost about $2.5 million in revenue because mothers and/or fathers of 5,928 babies choose life.

61 abortion workers quit their jobs.

21 abortion facilities closed.

1,800 news stories about the prayer vigils and lives spared were written or broadcast.

So last week Planned Parenthood launched its own “prayer” campaign. To what or to whom its leaders were “praying” is a mystery, because the God of the Bible will never respond to their thirst for the shedding of innocent blood.

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In fact, the Lord tells us in Proverbs 24:11 to “Rescue those being led away to death; hold back those staggering toward slaughter.” Planned Parenthood is desperate because of the outstanding results of those who follow this mandate.

Examining its “prayers” and its history builds the case for changing its colors. Its Day 18 prayer is for the staff at abortion facilities to be “daily confirmed in the sacred care they offer women.” But since when is dismembering and killing a little child considered a holy act? We thought we were to love one another.

On the 40th day, Planned Parenthood rendered thanks that abortion is “safe and legal.” Well, it’s not safe. Women are dying every year from abortion, and many others develop health complications linked to abortion, including breast cancer, miscarriages, damaged uteruses and intestines, and psychological trauma. Legal? It is better described as temporarily decriminalized. Like slavery, Roe v. Wade will be overturned.

All in all, the color red, not pink, better reflects what’s going on inside Planned Parenthood facilities.

The other recommended color, black, represents black Americans–the first target market of Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger. She started the “Negro Project” in 1939 to implement her eugenics plan–i.e., elimination of the “unfit.”

If one was poor, uneducated, or sickly, eugenicists desired to limit his or her reproduction ability. In the early 1900s, most blacks were very poor and uneducated, and since its inception, Planned Parenthood has had amazing success in controlling the black birth rate by planting the vast majority of its facilities in minority communities and marketing birth control and abortions to minorities.

Considering that Sanger was an atheist who adhered to the Darwinian philosophy of “survival of the fittest,” black population control was a logical plank in reaching her goal of racial purification. The favored race, according to Planned Parenthood’s founder (who often featured articles by one of Hitler’s minions in her Birth Control Review publication), was white. Thus, we think that Planned Parenthood’s other color should be black.

Planned Parenthood is waging a true “war on women” because it kills thousands of baby girls every year, many of whom are African-American girls who would have grown up to be women had they been given the chance.

Since its War on Women battlefield is covered with death, deception, and destruction–often at taxpayer expense–we think red and black are much more suitable for Planned Parenthood’s armor colors.

Apostle John Bibbens, an African-American, is senior pastor at Zion Church in Northumberland County. Terry Beatley, of Lancaster County, is president of the No Excuse Ministry PAC. She helped organize a meeting tomorrow of over 100 pro-life pastors at the Bragg Hill Family Life Center.

Terry_BeatleywebApostle John Bibbens is an African-American Pastor of Zion Church in North Cumberland county and Terry Beatley of Lancaster County is President of No Excuse Ministry and serves on the Board of Directors at the Virginia Christian Alliance.


The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views the Virginia Christian Alliance

About the Author

Terry Beatley
Terry Beatley made a promise to Dr. Bernard Nathanson (co-founder of NARAL). He gave her his parting message to deliver across America and encouraged her to teach how he regretfully and deceptively paved the way for the U.S. Supreme Court Roe v Wade decision. Explaining the real “War on Women” and the “History of the Negro Project” in her Loving Life Seminars, she shares his story while explaining how the aggressive abortion industry markets promiscuity to children, legislatively destroys parental rights and undermines our Constitutional liberty. She has been interviewed on numerous radio shows including Dr. Richard Land Live, Culture Shock Radio, Katrina, Dominion Radio, Steve Deace Show, and Zeus Radio Network’s “This Is Your Life: Courage to Change” show. Her articles appear in various newspapers including the Washington Times.m.