Who Is Killing Off All the Black Americans?

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Who Is Killing Off All the Black Americans?

By Michael Brown | charismanews.com

black-lives-matterIn the grief and shock following the grand jury’s decision not to indict the officer who put Eric Garner in a chokehold that proved deadly, one protester remarked, “We have to make a change because they’re killing us off.”

Without a doubt, there is a war on black America. The question is: Who is really trying to kill off black Americans? Many conservatives who felt that the grand jury acted rightly in Ferguson, Missouri, with the death of my namesake Michael Brown at the hands of Officer Darren Wilson cannot understand how the grand jury in Staten Island, New York, decided not to indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner. As Charles Krauthammer expressed, “From looking at the video, the grand jury’s decision here is totally incomprehensible. It look as if at least they might’ve indicted him on something like involuntary manslaughter at the very least.” Many black Americans are saying, “Now do you see our point? Now do you see why we don’t trust the justice system? As protester Courtney Wicker told CNN affiliate NY1, “I’m out here because the system has failed us too many times. It makes me feel like there’s no justice.” Regardless of the color of our skin or our ethnicity, we need to listen carefully to these charges of injustice, asking difficult questions about failures in our system. Simply to ignore them or deny them won’t do.

That being said, it is not the police who are the main culprits in killing off black Americans. Not a chance. According to the best research I’ve seen, roughly 100 blacks are killed by police officers every year compared to roughly 300 whites killed by police over the same period of time.

That means that, although the percentage of blacks killed by police is higher than the percentage of whites, per capita, this is hardly the biggest problem faced by African Americans. Of course, this doesn’t lessen the pain for the Garner family and others, but it does put things in context, especially when we also realize that roughly 150 cops are killed in the line of duty each year.

What about black homicides?

There are roughly 7,000 blacks murdered every year, the vast majority of them killed by other blacks, which means that black on black violence is far more of a threat to African-Americans. And while the great majority of whites are murdered by other whites, the percentage of homicides in black America is much higher than the percentage of homicides in white America. (For the record, black-on-white crime is astronomically higher than white-on-black crime.)

In response, you might be thinking, “You just don’t get it. The entire American system is stacked up against black families, so there’s a national crime being committed against us every day. That’s why so many of our families are so dysfunctional.”

Without a doubt, there’s an issue even bigger than black-on-black crime, and that’s the issue of the state of the black American family.

Earlier in the week, in my article on “Some Inconvenient Truths About Ferguson,” I quoted David Horowitz and John Perazzo, who claimed in 2012 that “the rise of the welfare state in the 1960s contributed greatly to the demise of the black family as a stable institution.”

For Horowitz and Perazzo, it was LBJ’s War on Poverty that resulted in the formation of a massive welfare state, one that took away personal responsibility from many African-Americans and instead created a mentality of entitlement.

Were they right?

That’s a subject of massive debate, but the bottom line is this: Whatever our government has tried to do to correct our history of injustice to African-Americans, we have not made things better. In many ways we have made things worse, but this is not just the problem of black America.

This is our problem—all of us, as Americans and fellow-citizens, especially if we are people of common faith.

Why is there so much fatherlessness, so much violence, so much drug abuse in black America? Why are there so many incarcerated, and why are so many lacking solid education in black America?

While I absolutely agree that every individual must take personal responsibility for his or her life and that blaming others and making excuses solves nothing, it is also clear to me that the whole nation—especially the Church—needs to ask together: What can we do to address this great crisis?

But there’s an even greater killer of black Americans, and it doesn’t snuff out 100 precious black lives or even 7,000 black lives every year. No, this killer of black Americans snuffs out roughly 360,000 black lives every year, and it is the ultimate black genocide that we must combat.

I’m talking about abortion, and as the abort73.com website states, “Whatever the intent of the abortion industry may be, by functional standards, abortion is a racist institution. In the United States, black children are aborted at nearly four times the rate as white children and Hispanic children don’t fare much better.”

And while New Yorkers are understandably grieved and indignant over the death of Eric Garner (and others), they also need to consider this: In 2012 in New York City, while black women gave birth to 24,758 babies, they aborted 31,328 babies.

This tragic statistic would warm the heart of Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, who stated, “[We should] apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring.”

She also wrote, “We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

Yes, there is a war on black America—ultimately, satanic in origin—and it is killing off black Americans at an alarming rate.

What are we going to do about it?

Michael Brown is author of Hyper-Grace: Exposing the Dangers of the Modern Grace Message and host of the nationally syndicated talk radio show The Line of Fire on the Salem Radio Network. He is also president of FIRE School of Ministry and director of the Coalition of Conscience.

12 Comments on “Who Is Killing Off All the Black Americans?”

  1. This needs to be read my a lot of people in America so they can see the real issue with the American unfair “racial” epidemic. Just to see what type of activist is effective in making a difference in the flow of what’s happening to the population of all of us and why.

  2. And the latter part of this piece just speaks how the african-american community likes to get all fired up over the police brutality and wrongful deaths of black men yet avoid that elephant in the room with the t-shirt on screaming stop killing our black babies and each other! Young people engaging in fornication and flocking to the nearest Planned Parenthood who in turn enable their behavior by providing contraception so they can continue in their sin and give themselves a pat on the back saying they are winning the war on teenage pregnancy!!!! I can go on but it it’s not necessary because anyone who has followed EX Ministries has been enlightened at length over this very issue! I wish the so-called Black leaders would really open their eyes to the real problem so the masses can have their eyes open as well. It would really go a long way to doing away with the dysfunction that is in the community. Not sure if it’s wise to hold my breath on that one.

  3. Article greatly appreciated. We as a people must take on a personal responsibility to individually protect ourselves. Our females need to be taught abortion is not a form of birth control and taught seek out birth control BEFORE u become sexually active. Yes abstinence should b taught but more often it is not followed.

  4. Thanks Ex ministries, I might also add to readers please obtain the DVD “truth behind the black church ” ,you will not be disappointed. It goes into more detail regarding Margaret Sanger. You will find very disturbing truths along with very liberating historic facts as well.

  5. This is a very good article. I’ve always felt like there does seem to be an unseen force against the black community. I always felt like it was bigger than white people; however black people seem to be one of their biggest enemies against each other and ourselves.

  6. we have to preach family, from the original version. One man, one woman to the young. Impress on them how precious life is in this model from GOD. Let them know that sex is only for that purpose and not what the world
    says, that’s it a right. Let them know that it is a great responsibility, the greatest thing that they will ever do. More important than any other thing in their life. We got to hang on to our kids longer. A 18 yr old person can’t be turned loose on this world nowadays. it’s too much nonsense being hurled at them, they will eventually bite. We have to stay in their lives longer. Also lets just consider ourselves and everybody as human beings, made in the image of GOD, because that’s the way he considers us. No respect of persons with HIM. So why should we or for that matter anyone give more respect that. Race is just another burden the enemy uses. And just not for us, all races.
    It’s something to make you hate, which is the opposite of GOD and keeps you away from HIM. The only thing He wants you to hate is sin, which brings us right back to Mr. Watson’s and Mr Brown’s articles. Sin is the problem.
    It’s what killing everyone and it ( sin ) has no respect of persons either.

  7. WE ALL NEED TO SUBMITT TO GOD! Lord help us especially us African Americans! I work in a community that is 99.9% black the only thing I see everyday are a large portion of this 99.9% either killing stealing raping figthing cursing and destroying one another the other .1% own the stores dry cleaners gas stations grocery stores property and anything else you can think of that gets those entitlement dollars out of the pockets of the 99.9% I was reading the story today about a black women who was hit on her knuckles by her teacher because she wrote with her left hand so she had the tenacity and the gall to not only stop writing with her left hand but also with the right, she taught her self to write with her mouth and toes, she went on to become a physical therapists she invented apparatus to help wounded soldiers after WWII the Veterans Administration snubbed her inventions. One of her inventions is still used today in Europe and she went on to run her own forensics science business until the age of 83. We need to stop blaming everything and everybody and get us some loins. When people were all in an uproar about the first black prez i tell them the first black president that probably would have made godly righteous difference was probably flushed down the toilet or was snuffed out in a plan parenthood clinic. This prez is one of the biggest advocates for abortion including his own african american grandchildren if they are deemed to be a “MISTAKE”

  8. this article opened my eyes and touched my heart , I am a white older female moved with compassion over the recent White police killings of black young men, I hate abortion and didn’t realize the “plan of planned parenthood, What can we do ?? I pray for this depraved country and wonder what can I do God help us all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. I stand in agreement with you Maryanna. This article was indeed eye-opening and should be read on every black news outlet and especially on tv. This is something that should be talked about instead of watching people protesting everyday.

  9. Iam a young Pastor of a church and it seems that we as black people can never come together on nothinges but the so call man is holding me down. I understand that there are some people who have a point, but some folks have just used the excuse too many times. I see in our churches that some of the elderly , can’t be depended on, and a lot of the youth doesn’t want God in the right way. They don’t want a God who requires you to live correct. No that’s not the God they looking for. A lot of the ones who say they know God , is busy reading Steve Harvey books. Please. Like he knows anything about who God is. The only person who would listen to him is somebody who wants to be a fake like him and don’t really know God enough to know that God doesn’t want you conforming to this world or they just don’t know there bible. Its probably both. We take these people and make them our heroes. We put God last , and when you preach anything about these decivers , folks ask the question what’s wrong with that Pastor. What’s wrong with that, you been in church 50yrs , and you ask what’s wrong. Thats somebony who’s been in church, but the church is not in them. That’s what’s wrong with our people who say they know Him , and really don’t. What should we say. What God has already said the word. Keep it 100 for real. Ex ministries .Peace. Pastor Lewis.

  10. Tupac Shakur answered this question years ago, “people say it’s the white man I should fear, but it’s my own kind doing all the killing here”

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