Letter: Where are the protests about abortion?

Globe Letter to the Editor
Letter to the Editor
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Sometime this coming week in the Twin Cities and other U.S. cities, an adult stranger will enter the room of a small child. The child will sense something is wrong as the adult begins to prod and make contact with some type of metal instrument. The child will try to move away, but the room is very small, so any means of escape are blocked off. The instrument will now clamp onto the child’s limb or torso and proceed to tear, pull and crush. The child will scream, but no one will hear because the room is too well insulated. The screams will eventually stop. His or her body parts will be incinerated, or maybe even be sold to some health research center.

No name will be given and no grave will be marked for the unwanted child, whose unique personality is known only to God.

With all the opinions on racism in the media, do any of them deal with the following:

1. Do any of the protests condemn the taking of lives of Black babies at abortion centers?

2. Margaret Sanger, who founded Planned Parenthood, believed in eugenics: “…the mass of ignorant Negroes still breed carelessly and disastrously, so that the increase among Negroes, even more than the increase among whites, is from that part of the population least intelligent and fit, and least able to rear their children properly.” (Birth Control Review, Volume XXII, Number 8 (New Series, May 1938, the ‘Negro Number’)


Do any of the protesters deal with Planned Parenthood’s founder? Do they protest at Planned Parenthood?

A St. Cloud Times editorial stated: “We want the best leadership we can get for our cities, schools, counties and state … ensuring protection of the rights of every American, born or naturalized.” What kind of leadership is it when our two U.S. Senators, Smith and Klobuchar vote to allow killing of children who survive an abortion?

“What so ever you do to the least of my people, that you do unto me …” (Matt. 25:40)

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