Originally published August 30 2015
Obama: Killing humans and harvesting their organs is a practice that must end... in Africa, but not in America's abortion shops
by Jonathan Benson, staff writer
(NaturalNews) Human life is special and must be treated with dignity and respect, Barack Obama recently told a fixated crowd at the recent Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) 2015 Summit in Africa. Humans murdering other humans is "craziness," he stated, adding that the "cruel" tradition of harvesting organs from humans needs to stop... in Africa, anyway, since this seemingly humanitarian battle cry by Obama had absolutely nothing to do with Planned Parenthood's barbaric organ-harvesting charade as recently exposed here in the U.S.
What Obama was referring to with his feigned concern is a ritualistic practice still prevalent throughout much of Africa where people with albinism – that is, people with unusually light skin – are targeted and robbed of their vital organs as part of a longstanding tradition of tribal barbarism. Obama is apparently appalled that Africans with abnormal skin color are being treated as less than human on that continent, but he sees nothing wrong with American babies being exploited in the womb for their marketable organs.
During a question-and-answer session at the event, Obama encouraged Africa's younger generation to "lead the way and set a good example" by putting a stop to these acts of violence against innocent albinos. But when it comes to America's unborn babies, the Obama White House is supportive of Planned Parenthood's abortion campaign of mass genocide, which involves stealing these babies' vital organs and selling them for profit on the black market.
"If there's one thing I want YALI leaders to come out with, it's the notion of you are strong by taking care of the people who are vulnerable, by looking after the minority, looking after the disabled, looking after the vulnerable," Obama bellowed before a mind-numbed crowd. "You're not strong by putting people down; you're strong by lifting them up. That's the measure of a leader."
If organ harvesting in Africa is an "atrocity," why does Obama not care that it's also happening in America? The measure of a leader, in Obama's view, is completely devoid of consistency, though. This is obvious in the fact that Obama has never issued a similar public call for America's youth to stand up for the tens of thousands of vulnerable babies who are murdered in the womb every single year by Planned Parenthood and its network of abortion affiliates.
The Obama White House, as you may recall, recently denied that the undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood for illegally harvesting human body parts are even valid, let alone indicative of the unbridled evil of this eugenics organization. Not only does Obama see nothing wrong with abortion in America, but he doesn't even see Planned Parenthood's misgivings as anything other than business as usual for "women's reproductive health."
And yet Obama's got a whole lot to say about African people murdering other Africans and harvesting their organs, a longstanding practice of "atrocities" that he insists needs to end. Meanwhile, Obama was named as Planned Parenthood's "no greater champion" in 2012, being such an aggressive supporter of this U.S.-based abortion provider that Planned Parenthood even dedicated a $1.4 million advertisement in his honor.
Either Obama is an overt racist who only cares about the welfare of Africans or he's a blatant hypocrite who pretends to care about life only during times of political expedience, turning a blind eye otherwise. It has to be one or the other, so which is it? Why won't Obama stand up for the unborn in America? Why won't he speak out against the mass genocide that is abortion, a gruesome practice that is responsible for the deaths of more than 50 million babies worldwide since it was first legalized?
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