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Abortionist sees aborting ‘ugly black babies’ as a service to the taxpayers

Abortionist sees aborting ‘ugly black babies’ as a service to the taxpayers

Timothy P. Carney\

Watch the video above, of a pro-life Christian group confronting an abortion doctor. The doctor says his abortions save taxpayers money, prevent shootings like the one in Colorado, and rid the world of “ugly black babies.”

I wonder how many abortionists and defenders of abortion hold this view of abortion’s social role. (Video via Lifesite News.)

UPDATE, 5:50 pm: The doctor in the video, apparently, is an active political donor, giving almost all his money to Democrats.


Planned Parenthood to set up shop in Beverly Hills High…..just kidding! You can’t depopulate minorities in a White school.

Planned Parenthood Sets Up Shop At Roosevelt High To Reduce Teen Pregnancies

— Planned Parenthood and the Los Angeles Unified School District have teamed up in an unusual collaboration to reduce the number of unplanned teen pregnancies at Roosevelt High School.

Students can visit the on-campus health clinic to get free birth control, pregnancy tests, counseling and screening for sexually transmitted diseases – the first program of its kind in the country, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Birth rates among teenagers are down throughout California and Los Angeles County, but certain areas within the county, like the heavily Latino and low-income neighborhood around Roosevelt High School, buck that trend.

The school’s health center is separate from the school nurse’s office and also serves as a primary care clinic, according to the Times. However, about half of the visits this school year have been for reproductive health.

Roosevelt High School started offering contraception and counseling in 1997, but in 2006, that support from a local hospital ended and the school could no longer provide free contraceptives.

Nurse practitioner Sherry Medrano reached out to Planned Parenthood, which now provides a medical assistant, contraceptives, pregnancy and STDs testing. The organization bills Family PACT, a public program that provides family planning to low-income and uninsured California residents, the Times reported.

Students are also trained as peer advocates to talk to their classmates about STDs and pregnancy prevention.


Killing babies for being the wrong sex? What happened to the good ol’ days when we only killed babies because we didn’t want them?

Doctors ‘agree to abort babies for being the wrong sex… no questions asked’

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By Rosie Taylor and Sophie Borland

Inquiry last night after an investigation found some NHS doctors were offering abortions because babies were the wrong sex

Andrew Lansley launched an inquiry last night after an investigation found some NHS doctors were offering abortions because babies were the wrong sex

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley last night launched an urgent investigation after it emerged that doctors were offering mothers abortions based purely on the gender of their unborn child.

Doctors working for NHS and private clinics were said to be agreeing to carry out the terminations despite the fact that ‘sex-selection’ is against the law.

They were also allegedly recorded admitting they would falsify paperwork to arrange the illegal abortions.

An investigation by the Daily Telegraph saw undercover reporters accompany mothers-to-be to nine clinics in different regions. On three occasions doctors were reported to have offered to arrange abortions after the pregnant women said they did not want the baby because of its sex.

Mr Lansley has now instructed officials to investigate.

He said last night: ‘I’m extremely concerned to hear about these allegations. Sex-selection is illegal and is morally wrong. I’ve asked my officials to investigate this as a matter of urgency.’

Last year the Council of Europe recommended that member states including Britain prevent parents from learning the gender of their baby because of concerns over sex-selection abortions. Terminations on grounds of sex of the foetus are illegal under the 1967 Abortion Act, but terminations for non-medical reasons are legal until 24 weeks.

More than 180,000 abortions are carried out every year. Some 22.1 per cent of all abortions carried out in the UK in 2008 were on girls aged under 20.
More than 180,000 abortions are carried out every year. Some 22.1 per cent of all abortions carried out in the UK in 2008 were on girls aged under 20

More than 180,000 abortions are carried out every year. Some 22.1 per cent of all abortions carried out in the UK in 2008 were on girls aged under 20

In a video taken in the course of the Daily Telegraph investigation, a pregnant women clearly tells consultant Prabha Sivaraman at Manchester’s Pall Mall Medical Centre that she wants to abort her baby because it is a girl.

The pregnant woman says: ‘That is not really appropriate for us right now, we were hoping for a boy.’

The consultant replies: ‘I don’t ask questions. If you want a termination, you want a termination.’ She is then shown telephoning a colleague to arrange the procedure, explaining that it was for ‘social reasons’ and the woman ‘doesn’t want questions asked’.

The cost of the termination is given as £200 or £300, on top of £500 already paid to the clinic for the consultation.

According to the newspaper, after taking the woman’s contact details, Miss Sivaraman asked if she had considered her options.

‘Oh, absolutely … I can’t have it, this baby, because of the gender, so that’s just how it is …’ she replies in the video.

The Care Quality Commission, which is the official watchdog for health and social care services in England – including abortion clinics – is facing fresh questions on its performance following the allegations.

The quango has already come under fire after it emerged last year that residents of Winterbourne View care home were abused. In September, David Cameron backed a critical report by MPs which said the regulator had taken its ‘eye off the ball’.

CQC said last night: ‘We are very concerned at this information. We will be looking very carefully to see if any providers or doctors have breached our essential standards and will take appropriate action.’

Anthony Ozimic, of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, said: ‘This investigation confirms the reality of eugenics in modern British medicine, in which some innocent human beings are deemed too inconvenient to be allowed to live.
MP Frank Field lost a Commons vote on the issue of counselling
Campaign: MP Nadine Dorries, alongside Frank Field, recently lost a vote on the issue of counselling for abortions

Campaign: MP Frank Field, alongside Nadine Dorries, recently lost a vote on the issue of counselling for abortions

‘Sex-selective abortion is an inevitable consequence of easy access to abortion, a situation to which the pro-abortion lobby has no convincing answer.’

In the UK, abortions are allowed on certain grounds, including that continuing with the pregnancy would be a greater risk to the life, physical or mental health of the woman or her existing children than ending the pregnancy, or that there is a real risk the child would have a serious physical or mental disability.

In September, Tory backbencher Nadine Dorries and Labour’s Frank Field lost a Commons vote on the issue of counselling.

They wanted to prevent non-statutory abortion providers such as Marie Stopes and the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) from offering counselling.

Mrs Dorries said that, because they receive money for carrying out terminations, the organisations have a vested interest.

Stephanie Byrom, the chief executive of Pall Mall Medical, denied that the clinic offered terminations on the grounds of gender determination.

She told the Telegraph that if one of its consultants had breached its rules it would take ‘immediate action’.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2105105/Doctors-agree-abort-babies-wrong-sex.html#ixzz1nFo2GYNK

Not ONLY in America

Young black men make up four in 10 of youth jail population

Report shows proportion of black and minority ethnic young men in young offender institutions in England and Wales has risen

Alan Travis,

Young black men now account for nearly 40% of the population of youth jails in England and Wales, according to a report by the chief inspector of prisons.

The report, published jointly with the youth justice board, shows that the proportion of black and other minority ethnic young men in young offender institutions (YOIs) has risen from 23% in 2006 and 33% in 2009/10 to 39% last year.

The changing demographic profile of the population inside youth jails in England and Wales also shows an increasing proportion of young Muslims, up from 13% last year to 16% this year. Foreign national young men account for a record 6% of the population.

The chief inspector of prisons, Nick Hardwick, says young people aged 15 to 18 are being held in deteroriating conditions in the YOI network, with fewer feeling safe while they are locked up.

The inspection showed that fewer young inmates felt they could tell someone they were being victimised or believed a member of staff would take them seriously. Only half said they had done something while they were inside that would make them less likely to reoffend in the future.

The report also reveals that more that one-third of the young men had been physically restrained as part of the disciplinary process at their YOI. The highest restraint rate – 66% – was at the Keppel unit at Wetherby, which deals with male teenagers who have not responded to a “normal” YOI regime. The lowest – 8% – was at the Carlford unit near Woodbridge, Suffolk, which holds 30 teenage boys serving long sentences.

The over-representation of young black men in youth jails comes despite a sharp fall in the number of children and young people in custody that has already led to the closure of five YOIs, including a specialist unit for young women.

The total population of the youth justice “secure estate”, which includes eight male YOIs and three specialist units for girls and young women, continued to fall from 1,977 in March 2010 to 1,822 this March, before this summer’s riots.

Hardwick says, however, that the number of black and minority ethnic children in custody has not fallen at the same rate as the number of white children being locked up.

Between 2007 and 2011 there was a 37% reduction in white children in custody, compared with a 16% reduction in black and ethnic minority children,” says the report.

The report does not discuss the reasons why young black people make up an ever greater proportion of the shrinking youth jail population. But Hardwick does note that an increasing number – 53% now, compared with 39% last year – of young men are being sent to prison for the first time.

Hardwick said: “This report has highlighted some deterioration in children and young people’s experience of custody. Despite the falling numbers, this population has well-defined vulnerability and increasing numbers within minority groups. The need, therefore, to provide these people with support during their time in custody and in preparation for their release is as great as ever.”

Frances Done, the chair of the youth justice board, which commissions places in youth prisons, said it would be working with all secure establishments to make sure that young people’s time in custody has positive results.

The inspection was based on the experience of 1,115 young men and 47 young women in YOIs and specialist units.