Black Lives Matter
We all see signs carried by blacks in recent civil disobedience displays that black lives matter. But do you know the most dangerous place in the United States of America for a black baby is in the womb. It is not in the “hood.” Not even in Chicago with its disheartening statistics. Black women are five times more likely than a white woman to have an abortion.
We should not worry about white-black racism in the United States. In just a very short time at the present trend, black women will have aborted their race out of existence in America. Blacks are no longer are reproducing themselves every year with the current birth rate of less than 2%. There have been about 16 million abortions of black babies since Roe vs. Wade. That translates to about 1,876 blacks aborted every day.
Yes, black lives matter! Just not that much, according to the black community. Perhaps the placard carrying blacks should put these sobering statistics up on their signs. They should then go about trying to convince themselves, “Black Lives Matter”.
The signs should also read: all lives matter, regardless of race, creed, color or convictions. Put an end to abortion. We ALL must act and try to become part of the solution. I make this sound as if it is an all-black problem. That is not the case. It is a problem for every living person. We must make sure these babies have a chance at life, the same as we did.
This is a white problem every bit as much as it is a black, red, yellow or brown skinned problem. It is our problem, not just our black brothers or sisters. God bless America and all its unborn children.
God bless you all from the Maverick Doctor,
Rick R. Redalen, M.D.
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Dr. Rick is a retired American physician, entrepreneur and philanthropist who has done mission work around the country and around the world. He is now on a mission to improve healthcare in America. Visit maverickdoctor.com or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.