Posted on June 17, 2014

Abortion Targets Blacks in England: Blacks Are 3.3% of Population But Have 9% of Abortions

Carole Novielli, Life News, June 13, 2014

According to The Telegraph, black or black British people make up only 3.3 percent of the population but accounted for 9 percent of abortions.

The information is from the 2013 Summary information from the abortion notification forms returned to the Chief Medical Officers of England and Wales published in June of this year (2014).

Of women who had an abortion and whose ethnicity was recorded in 2013, 76 percent were reported as white, 9 percent as Asian or Asian British and 9 percent as black or black British.

Repeat Abortions High in Black Community

The percentage of women having an abortion in 2013 who had one or more previous abortions varies by ethnic group. Thirty-three precent of Asian women who had abortions in 2013 had previously had an abortion, compared with 49 percent of black women (See Table A below). Thirty-six percent of white women had previously had an abortion.

United States

According to 2010 US Census data, 14 percent of the total population reported their race as black yet 35.7 percent of all abortions reported in 2010 were on black women, as documented in the CDC Abortion Surveillance Report dated November 29, 2013.

According to the Report there were 415,479 abortions for known ethnicity reported for selected states in 2010. 153,045 (or 36.8 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 148,261 (or 35.7 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 87,240 (or 21.0 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 26,933 (or 6.5 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicity.

The report reveals that in many states the majority of babies aborted were black or Hispanic:

• 73.3% of babies aborted in Mississippi were Black or Hispanic

• 73.2 % of babies aborted in Georgia were Black or Hispanic

• 64.8% of babies aborted in DC were Black or Hispanic

• 61.4% of babies aborted in Alabama were Black or Hispanic

• 55.9% of babies aborted in New Jersey were Black or Hispanic

• 55.6% of babies aborted in Virginia were Black or Hispanic

• 54.1% of babies aborted in Tennessee were Black or Hispanic

• 54.3% of babies aborted in Delaware were Black or Hispanic

• 45.7 % of babies aborted in South Carolina were Black or Hispanic

• 43.5% of babies aborted in Missouri were Black or Hispanic

• 42.6% of babies aborted in Ohio were Black or Hispanic

• 41.6% of babies aborted in Arkansas were Black or Hispanic

Black Abortion Stats Fuel Suspicions of Targeted Black Genocide

The high abortion rates among Blacks in the UK and America raise the question of whether the Abortion lobby and Planned Parenthood are targeting that community:

“Into the black community stepped Planned Parenthood; only when they came into the black community they’ve become Planned-Black-Genocide.” ~ Black civil rights activist, William Bouie Haden, 1971.

“When we said we would no longer sit at the back of the bus, a place was being reserved for us down at the abortion clinic.” ~ Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 2009.

Majority of Abortion and Planned Parenthood Facilities Located in Minority Neighborhoods

A report issued a few years ago by the group, Life Dynamics, revealed that it was, in fact true, that family planning organizations place their centers in minority communities.

Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics, responding to the CDC report, “This confirms what we have said all along, that abortion is not about women’s rights or reproductive freedom it is simply about eugenics. We not only documented the eugenic targeting of minorities in our film, Maafa21 but also in a report we published in 2011. Research we produced for our report, ‘Racial Profiling by Planned Parenthood and the American Abortion Lobby,’ clearly shows that a majority of family planning centers market abortion to minorities by locating their centers in minority communities.”

Crutcher continues, “Maafa21 cites a study conducted by three American university researchers into the criteria used to decide the placement of U.S. population control facilities. Their finding was that the primary consideration in making this determination is not poverty but the percentage of blacks in the area. Historically, the population control movement’s eugenic efforts have been primarily focused on the African-American community and that was the underlying theme of Maafa 21. In our most recent research, however, we have seen unmistakable evidence that the family planning establishment is also ratcheting up its efforts to deal with the Hispanic population.”

Life Dynamics identified 116 ZIP codes nationwide with more than one population control facility. Of those, 84 were disproportionately black and/or Hispanic.