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This is a most horrible statistic.

NEW YORK (WABC) -- New and eye-opening statistics about the rate of abortions in New York City have been released by the Health Department.

It raises questions about the effectiveness of current birth control education.

41% of all New York City pregnancies end in abortion.

The rate for minorities is even higher.
It gets worse people. This really is a holocaust.
Broken down by race for 2009:

Specifically non-Hispanic Black's have a 59.8% abortion rate.

Hispanics have a 41.3% abortion rate.

Asians have a 22.7% abortion rate.

And non-Hispanic Whites have a 20.4% abortion rate.
Sixty percent of all pregnancies for non-Hispanic blacks in NYC end in the death of the baby.

Stop the madness.

I feel that any additional commentary would be superfluous.

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35 comments:

Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...

I sort of wonder if the numbers aren't higher-- IIRC, abortion is a non-reportable medical procedure.

Anonymous said...

Here in RSA it's 57 percent end! Much higher!

Fr Bill P said...

The eugenicists are realizing their goals...Margaret Sanger would be proud. How very sad and disturbing.

Regina said...

Can we fast and pray enough to make reparations for this?

Anonymous said...

Yet the "philanthropists" in our American power structure are cozying up to glamorous "Women's Funds of " and perpetuating this hogwash that organizations like Planned Parenthood are working hard to educate pregnant females by offering options. Sure thing.

Anonymous said...

Proves that Planned Parenthood and Big Pharma are the most effective Jihadists.

Anonymous said...

If you take this alongside the two videos below - the baby playing in the room and the Pope visiting sick children - I don't know how anyone can read this and not weep.

Early Riser said...

Can anyone imagine all these unwanted babies being born? Why force these unwanted babies to live a life where no one cares about them. Their parents clearly don't want them. Who would support them? The welfare system? I don't want my tax dollars supporting these unwanted kids. The deficit is high enough.

Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...

Die, and decrease the surplus population, I believe is the quote you're looking for; the only thing that is clear is that, at one point, their mothers believed that it was better they not be pregnant than that their pregnancy continue.

Given the last 20 years of bald-faced lying about the simple scientific fact of a human life being ended in abortion, and further ignoring the dehumanization of those humans that aren't of clear use that is obvious in your statement, I sort of wonder if you realize there are times when you have not been wanted.

We'll ignore your false choice to justify murder, since it's sick enough to walk right into godwin's law.

Mary De Voe said...

It is fair to say that people who do not recognize or acknowledge the soul of the newly begotten innocent in the womb do not recognize or acknowledge their own immortal soul and therefore it may be said that they reject their own God-given, unalienable rights to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness, their sovereign personhood and their very citizenship.

Kim said...

"It raises questions about the effectiveness of current birth control education."

Ya think?

The Dutchman said...

New York becomes more pro-choice every year. After years of electoral free fall, the New York Right to Life Party failed to win enough votes in 2002 to stay on the ballot. The party doesn’t even have a Website anymore. The New York Right to Life Committee, which founded the national anti-abortion movement in 1967, hasn’t had a legislative victory in years. No pro-life candidate can win statewide office in New York. Ambitious Republicans climbing toward the governor’s mansion, like George Pataki, and now John Faso, hastily ditch their pro-life pasts. New York City’s mayor is one of the most pro-choice politicians in the country.

Early Riser said...

I agree with the Dutchman. The Right-to-Life Party in NYC has become a dinosaur and now its extinct. Similarly, the number of Catholic Churches and Schools are continually decreasing. From my observation, when populations become educated and can read for themselves they tend to reject the Catholic Church, but lucky for the Latino in Southern California. The Catholic Church as targeted these non-enlish speaking, low educated population as their next prey. The Latino groups are flocking to the church. They don't know any better.

Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...

...ER, you are aware that those groups tend to not stay as Catholic as folks assume from their host countries?

I gotta love the idea that B16 is teh uneducated prey of the Church....

Paul Zummo said...

Early Riser would have been very comfortable in 1930s Germany. Make sure you exterminate the undesirables, and breed a population of wise ubermench.

Anonymous said...

It's not the real Early Riser. Starvation diet, I'm telling you, starvation diet.

Rick said...

For those among you whose identities are being stolen in comboxes, I recommend using a Google account.

Anonymous said...

See:"Report:New York's Forgotten 41 Percent"@
CatholicVote.org/discuss/index.php?p=12692
Also: NYC41Percent.com

Anonymous said...

@ Paul Zummo: Do you mean the 1930's where the Catholic Church stood by, in silent supported of the regimen in power in Germany?

Paul Zummo said...

in silent supported [sic] of the regimen[sic] in power in Germany

While it's nice of you to stick to the talking points you learned from getting your education from the Nation magazine, in point of fact Pope Pius was anything but silent. You can start here and work your way through other books that disprove this line of attack.

Anonymous said...

@ paul Zummo; LOL!!! a book written by catholics trying to revise History!! very good! The truth hurts doesn't it. LOL! But no matter how many Catholics try to rewrite history, we all know the Catholic Church silently supported the Nazi. It's a FACT!! Prove over and over again.

Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...

Fail troll is fail.

KGB spread a bunch of that stuff, no?

Paul Zummo said...

a book written by catholics trying to revise History

Umm, the book was written by a Jewish rabbi. I see your reading comprehension is as good as your grammar.

Anonymous said...

on please a jewish rabbi paid thousands by the catholic church... whatever. the catholic church steals millions and millions of dollars from the uneducated and peasants of the world every year a course they can publish a book and have a jewish rabbi sign on as author. then again there are many books that say the Iraq war as a great idea and W was a great president.

Jenny said...

@ Anon: you better cool it or these people along with the teabaggers will deal with you like they did with the congresswoman from AZ. Just saying. These people aren't stable.

Paul Zummo said...

I see that we have some real high-powered brains trolling now. Jenny, you do realize that the individual who was responsible for the shooting was a Marx-loving anarchist, correct?

Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...

Again?

Poor lady.

Anonymous said...

the shooter was 100% teabagger set out to fulfill Sarah Palin's wishes!!!

Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON -- Jared Lee Loughner, the alleged shooter of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and others on Saturday, may have ties to anti-Semitic, anti-immigration hate group American Renaissance, according to a leaked memo from the Department of Homeland Security.

It's unclear whether Loughner maintains a direct connection to the group, however, "strong suspicion is being directed" at American Renaissance in the wake of the group being referenced in Loughner's Myspace and YouTube videos, according to the memo, which was obtained by Fox News.

American Renaissance is a white nationalist group that operates under a pseudo think tank called the New Century Foundation. The group runs a magazine and conferences based on eugenics and the superiority of whites, according to Southern Poverty Law Center.

Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...

You forgot to mention your source is Huffington Post, Anon.

You know, the same ones that ALWAYS claim psychotic killers are on the other political side? (Communist Manifesto is apparently a well-known right wing book, now....?)

Anonymous said...

I don't think it's the same Anonymous. I think the point is that he is anti-Semitic and white nationalist, which, frankly, I do not want to claim as a part of my conservative political landscape. Eugenics, thank you, Margaret Sanger, isn't exactly a part of my political landscape, either. That's the problem with attempting to engage trolls in any meaningful or intelligent conversation, i.e. it can't happen.

Paul Zummo said...

As is so often the situation, the shooter defies neat political labeling. It's certainly the case here - and is the case most of the time - that the individual is anti-system. These are the folks that have given up all hope in the current political structure, disdain both parties, and often engage in some conspiracy mongering to boot. They're not right or left - just delusional.

Anonymous said...

"the individual is anti-system". Isn't this what the whole teabagger movement is about? The shooter was without a teabagger with political beliefs similar to Palin, and following Palin's "don't retreat, but RELOAD orders"! Palin has succeeded. Congratulations to Sarah Palin!!!

Paul Zummo said...

"the individual is anti-system". Isn't this what the whole teabagger [sic] movement is about?

Err, no. It's a protest against certain government policies - not a protest against the idea of government, or a complete refutation of the two-party system.

The shooter was without a teabagger with political beliefs similar to Palin

It would be nice if you could write in coherent sentences so I'd have an idea of what you are trying to say, but I guess implying that his beliefs are similar to Palin's. That would perhaps be more accurate if his two favorite books were the Wealth of Nations and The Road to Serfdom. Alas they were The Communist Manifesto and Mein Kampf, books completely at odds with the conservative philosophy. So nice try, but wrong again.

The Dutchman said...

I should like to point out that EARLY RISER might be agreeing with the facts that I pointed up, but that I do not agree with ER's analysis.

The conclusion that I draw from these facts is that abortion is probably here to stay and will not be overturned at the ballot box anytime soon, not that this is a good or desirable thing. Quite the contrary, it is my fondest wish that this holocaust be ended. The fact that so many New York City women could destroy their own children makes me heart-sick.

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