The following comes from a June 13 story on LifeNews.com.
For many years, LifeNews.com has brought national attention to the fact that the NAACP takes a strongly pro-abortion position, has worked hand in hand with pro-abortion groups and has actively opposed pro-life legislation.
In February, the NAACP threatened to sue LifeNews.com and Ryan Bomberger, a LifeNews blogger , for a column that took the civil rights organization to task over its abortion position. The NAACP is upset about a column Bomberger wrote at LifeNews titled, “NAACP: National Association for the Abortion of Colored People,” which notes the organization’s 44th Annual Image Awards.
Following the piece, the NAACP sent Bomberger, the director of the Radiance Foundation, and LifeNews a threatening letter claiming infringement on its name and logo for including it in the opinion column. Eventually the NAACP dropped LifeNews from its attempt to silence Bomberger’s pro-life reporting.
In a departure from centuries of case law defending the right to free speech, U.S. District Court Judge Raymond Jackson issued a ridiculous order essentially denying Bombverger’s free speech and preventing him from writing, producing or saying anything criticizing the NAACP over its pro-abortion position.
Not content to stifle Bomberger’s free speech and even though the lawsuit is not final — Bomberger is appealing the decision to stand up for his free speech — the NAACP is now threatening LifeNews again.
The venerable civil rights group has sent LifeNews a threatening letter [see images left and right] promising legal action and threatening to sue LifeNews for monetary damages for keeping Bomberger’s story online at LifeNews….
To read original story, click here.
I thought the idea of Margaret Sanger was to have Eugenics for Blacks, am I in error?
You’d think the NAACP would be grateful to Bomberger for removing the wool from their eyes to the horror of black genocide. Hopefully a sound drubbing in the courts will bring more attention to the error of its ways.
But the District Court judge already sided with the NAACP. So where do you get optimism for a “sound drubbing” in the courts of the party who overwhelming won the first round? Do you really think this judge is an odd-ball anomaly? Regardless of the ultimate outcome of this particular case, pro-lifers need to realize, as do all conservative Americans, that the courts are presided over by judges who have been admitted to their positions only because they’re approved by a power base which is socialist and masonic. And that goes double for the federal courts. The legal disintegration is already well advanced and nothing of significance indicates a reversal to the principles this nation was founded upon.
Do you really have that much confidence in our Courts?
May God have mercy on an amoral Amerika and His Church!
Viva Cristo Rey!
Yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher
I do not have confidence in the courts that they will do the right thing either, that is why I used the qualifier “hopefully.”
LifeNews should also report on the connection between abortion and sodomites. As anti-life sacraments of Satanism, abortion and sodomy are intricately related.
It’s worse that that. The NAACP supports pro-abortion politicians such as Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, etc.
In 2009 Hillary Clinton won the PP Margaret Sanger Award.
In 2014 heretic Nancy Pelosi won the PP Margaret Sanger Award.
Margaret Sanger was a EUGENIST, who said Blacks are “HUMAN WEEDS”.
SANGER called children of the poor “HUMAN WASTE”.
It’s even worse still – no less than MLK won the PP Margaret Sanger Award in 1966 !
What proof do you have that that is true? We all know that President Kennedy, Martin Luther King and J. Edgar Hoover were all blackmailing each other for private behavior, but I have doubts Martin Luther King got the Sanger award. According to his niece he was pro life..
Go to the PP website. It’s listed there. It’s been well commented on for many years. But if you see a contradiction, you should be challenging his niece – she’s the one (according to you) who claims he was prolife. What good are your personal “doubts” to anybody? – Do some research. Your blackmail reference is wholly irrelevant also.
Let me rephrase my last post. The three were TRYING to blackmail each other. How much of what was said about each man was true, and how much fabricated I do not know.
And what personal knowledge do you have that they were “trying” to blackmail each other? Is that your personal conclusion based on your Library of Congress research or what? What exactly do you know about this irrelevant topic that you have broached ? Your “trying” allegation may be “fabricated” as well. Should we believe anything you have to say about anything from this point forward? Why waste board space with your drivel?
A better way of saying it than “blackmail” is that they were trying to get information about each other’s personal lives to use for their own benefit.
Retropective, I apologize for wording my first post to you the way I did. I should have looked the information up on line first. It does seem that Coretta Scott King did accept a PP award for her husband and gave a speech that he had written. Dr. Alveda King, Martin Luther King’s niece, nevertheless, who is in the organization Priests for Life now, does give another side of the story. You can read some of what she says under her name on the Wikipedia and other websites.
As far as President Kennedy and J. Edgar Hoover investigating each other’s personal lives and that of Dr. King, there has been a documentary or documentaries on television and in newspaper to that effect ever since their deaths.
I am not accusing those men of having used abortionists; but what I said does have some relevancy to abortion. One of my points in bringing it up is that as long as there are men and women who have adulterous affairs and often use the services of abortionists to get rid of the evidence, we can “kiss” any serious pro life legislation good bye unless the bishops enforce stronger punishment, such as enforcing excommunication for those passing pro abortion laws.
God bless and protect this fine young man.
I just love it when Ryan Bomberger referred to the NAACP as the National Association for Aborting Colored People. He hit the “nail right on the head” with that one. The hero of the NAACP was pro abortion Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall while Ryan’s hero seems to be Fredrick Douglass the pro life Republican abolitionist. Way to go Ryan! Keep telling it like it is.