Roe Vs. Wade, the Abortion Pill, and Black Women

It seems the US Supreme Court is threatening abortion rights but have not fully considered the alternative, which is the underground drug dealings of abortion pills by pharmaceutical companies.

Roe Vs. Wade, the Abortion Pill, and Black Women

It seems the US Supreme Court is threatening abortion rights but have not fully considered the alternative, which is the underground drug dealings of abortion pills by pharmaceutical companies.

What a dilemma; either give a win to the Pro-life Republicans or the “we don’t give a damn about life, mother or child” drug companies. Both who are pets of the US Supreme Court.

“The change is likely to add to the intense U.S. political debate over abortion. Conservative Supreme Court justices indicated in Dec. 1 oral arguments over an abortion ban in Mississippi at 15-weeks of pregnancy that they are open to either gutting Roe or overturning it entirely. A decision is due by the end of June.” Reuters

The hypocrisy and twisted logic of American leadership is astounding. They have to rule between loyalty to party or capitalist greed. The irony is that whatever they rule, they did not fully consider the power of greed or human will.

The Supreme Court gave corporations carte-blanche authority to exploit the masses at the same time giving the masses the free will (and rights) to be exploited. Similar results reveal themselves in the second Amendment fiasco, where citizens can open carry (without permit in some states), and gun manufactures are given immunity; and now look at the country; mass shootings every week, but it’s not the gun manufactures’ fault.

What a shame on Democracy.

A plea to Black Women Though

Abortion was never a concept or practice in history until the time of the Euro-American. There were legitimate miscarriages and excisions of the female body and even the male body in biblical and ancient times, but never in time has a civilization intentionally cut the child from a woman’s stomach for the sake of personal choice.

The idea of abortion is essentially to relieve the mother of an unwanted pregnancy. In all reason and logic, anyone or any being from any other planet would ask, well, why would the woman get pregnant in the first place if she never intended to have the baby? But this is too easy of a question for the philosophical minds of today’s pseudo-liberal socialites. The simplicity of the question takes complicated turns on the road of common sense and ends up in some demented twist of logic that soon no one has the energy to argue anymore.

This is where American society is today; no one wants to confront the question. This is sad, especially for the Black race, which has always had to adjust and adapt to the cultural and ways of American society or be flushed from the system all together.

This leads us into our discussion of abortion and the Black soul. There are also differences in what we feel collectively as a people than what whites feel. For example, when it comes to abortion, many Black women believe and know that abortion is not right (within the depths of their Black soul). However, during the trends of sexual freedom in the late 70s to mid 80s, the feeling was not the same.

Blacks followed – as they always do – the trends and beliefs of white America. The study below, however, from today’s opinion polls say different.

“Most abortions were obtained by white women, unmarried women, and women under 25 years of age.” Society: Macionis, 2004

There is no denying that abortion is a “white thing.” Blacks have no business aborting their children. But one theory is that whites encourage the Black community on abortion by speaking of it as though it were a normal and natural procedure, and if possible, they will create a Black person to promote abortion among the Black community by claiming that it originated in Africa. Which is a lie.