Black Woman Murders White Pro-Lifers, Planned Parenthood Applauds, MSM Ignores
Back in 2005 a black woman, donning a “superhero” costume and calling herself Dionysus, made it her mission to stop cold “evil” pro-life protesters and advocates who were openly dissuading people, including teenagers, from engaging in dangerous and irresponsible sex, and trying to convince them to remain abstinent. One white pro-life advocate, speaking to a group of teenagers, sharing such information about abstinence, was soon interrupted by this woman, whom she brutally murdered by drowning him. She struck again outside an abortion clinic where a group of pro-life protesters had gathered with signs. Using her “superpower” strength she murdered them by act of suffocation. Not only was this condoned by Planned Parenthood, but every murder this black woman committed was commissioned, orchestrated and paid for, by Planned Parenthood.
You might be wondering why you haven’t heard of this. Perhaps it is a result of Planned Parenthood’s immense influence within the MSM they were able to keep it quite for so long. Perhaps because it was black on white crime, and that never really gets the same attention as white on black crime does. Perhaps because what happens to pro-life advocates at the hands of pro-abortion advocates is mostly irrelevant and ignored anyway. Or – perhaps it is because all of this, the black woman/”superhero”, the white protesters, the murders were all part of a silly, childish and ridiculously put together cartoon created by Planned Parenthood as pro-abortion propaganda, primarily for young teenagers to view.
Yes, this is what passes for “education” and “information” from Planned Parenthood’s lips to your children’s ears. Pro-life is “evil” while pro-abortion is “angelic”. “Safe is sexy”, the cartoon says, which is drawn in a retro 1970′s style. No longer available for viewing on the Planned Parenthood site, it can still be viewed on YouTube and probably elsewhere around the internet. A pro-abortion black woman cartoon character, a “superhero for choice”, telling children, young teenagers, sex is alright because there are many ways they can stay “protected” while doing it. A black woman cartoon character calling pro-life advocates “ugly”, conservatism “the stench of misinformation” and Jerry Falwell a “shmuck”.
The black woman cartoon character goes to Washington where an “evil” white politician set in his “grandiose” ways is boiling up double trouble in the form of a stew made from the Constitution and other literature, laws and values Planned Parenthood and liberals so despise and loathe. Having thrown him into his own stew he comes out cleansed and naked, and with a new pro-choice, pro-abortion attitude. And, for some reason, an apple in his mouth. Wouldn’t it be more interesting if Planned Parenthood had included a naked white, or even black, woman on a platter with an apple in her mouth?
The black woman cartoon character then visits Ethiopia where she is thrilled to learned Planned Parenthood has set up shop, helping the natives there prevent, and end, unwanted pregnancies. She seems less concerned, however, that they are still living in straw huts. Well, after-all, even Barack Obama’s uncle is still living in one of those.
Somehow, Planned Parenthood, back in 2005, thought this would a positive, uplifting and informative cartoon to dispense to the youngsters it hoped and intended would watch it. Somehow, Planned Parenthood, back in 2005, thought black women would find it, and themselves, empowered and inspired by having for a “superhero for choice” as their role model another cartoon-ishly drawn black woman. There might be some truth to this. Blacks who identify themselves as liberal, certainly have no respect for any black man or woman who is a pro-life conservative. No, the more a black, such as this black woman cartoon character, supports and advocates the killing of unborn children, and calls that a lifestyle “choice” the more comfortable are liberal blacks.
So, is this cartoon of a black woman cartoon character really nothing more than a racist or stereotypical caricature, a denigrating and degrading depiction of blacks in general? Because to Planned Parenthood, it’s not.