An Extra 20 Million George FloydsJim Goad
On Monday, Politico published a leaked draft majority opinion from the United States Supreme Court that would overturn 1973’s Roe v. Wade decision as well as 1992’s Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which reaffirmed the right to abortion. According to Justice Samuel Alito, writing for the majority:
We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled. It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives. . . . Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division.
The core of Alito’s reasoning is that since the Constitution makes no explicit reference to abortion, and since abortion was criminalized everywhere in the USA until 1973, there’s no implied right to have an abortion:
Until the latter part of the 20th century, there was no support in American law for a constitutional right to obtain an abortion. Zero. None. No state constitutional provision had recognized such a right. . . . The inescapable conclusion is that a right to abortion is not deeply rooted in the Nation’s history and traditions.
Well, sure, but neither does the Constitution mention gay marriage. Or interracial marriage. Or gay rights. Or the idea that a man can become a woman. Or the very concept of hate crimes. Hey, wait just a minute . . .
Suddenly . . . amid all the operatic outrage that the new decision overturned 50 years of legal precedent about a woman’s God-given right to murder her fetus . . . emerged the troubling fact that Roe v. Wade had itself overturned nearly 200 years of legal precedent and national tradition. If legal decisions can turn the clock forward, looks like they can also wind it back.
There’s nothing more frightening to a modern Leftist than the past.
At the news that Roe v. Wade might be overturned — again, it was only leaked as a draft, let’s not have an emotional miscarriage quite yet, shall we? — the sound of 100 million fanged vaginas across the land started barking and howling that women were being stripped of their rights to make their own choices about their own bodies, and who cares whether the father and the baby don’t have any choice in the matter, you woman-hating creep?
If frantically jumping up and down on their living-room floors didn’t make their unwanted fetus plop onto the groovy new cream-colored shag carpet, this new court decision would force them down dirty alleyways where shadowy men wield bloody coat hangers. Even worse, they may have to resort to birth control methods of the distant past such as swallowing hot mercury, drinking tea made from ground beaver testicles, squatting over a steaming pot of onions, or crocodile-dung vaginal suppositories.
They cried crocodile-dung tears about all the unwanted babies from rape and incest, despite the fact that such cases account for only a tiny sliver — about 1.5% — of all abortions. In nearly all cases these days, abortions are for women who were too slutty to keep their legs shut, too careless not to use birth control, too unassertive to insist he wear a condom, and too clueless to swallow a morning-after pill. Or they’re for women who are so dumb, they’re well into adulthood and don’t even know how exactly a lady gets pregnant. When they send girls to abortion clinics these days, they’re not sending they’re best.
The traditionalist and metaphysical-minded Right — at least the strain that exists online — greeted the news that Roe v. Wade might be overturned almost as if it were the fulfillment of a biblical prophecy. They savored the idea that, one by one, every one of Demon Modernity’s false idols — the degeneracy, the promiscuity, the intoxicants, the broken families, the miscegenation, the genital lice, all of it — would fall in a reverse domino effect and we’d return to 1952 or 1303 or whatever year it was right before things started going wrong. Many of them insist that abortion is but one tentacle in the giant Pervert Octopus that’s currently strangling our culture to death.
Those of us who are more concerned about things such as numbers and DNA tests wonder how Alito’s opinion might affect demographics.
Alito mentioned demographics in his draft:
Some such supporters [of abortion] have been motivated by a desire to suppress the size of the African American population. It is beyond dispute that Roe has had that demographic effect. A highly disproportionate percentage of aborted fetuses are black.
And we’re to assume that those piles of dead black fetuses caused him great consternation.
It’s no secret that blacks absolutely excel at getting abortions. Every year in New York City, more black fetuses are aborted than are born. As of 2014, an estimated 20 million itty-bitty black embryos had been legally snuffed in the womb as a result of Roe v. Wade. That’s 20 million George Floyds. And again, that was eight years ago — it’s probably 30 million George Floyds by now. According to national stats from 2019, black women accounted for 38% of all abortions — an overrepresentation of roughly 300%. According to 2018 Center for Disease Control statistics, white women had the lowest per-capita abortion rate of all racial groups.
In 1970, blacks represented 11.1% of America’s population. After 50 years of Roe v. Wade, and despite blacks’ legendary horniness and fecundity, they’d only managed to nudge up the quotient to 13.4%. This is clearly, undeniably, inexorably, and ineluctably the result of that racist Margaret Sanger’s super-secret genocidal plot to provide free abortions to horny black people.
Check out this map of which states would most likely ban abortion if Roe is overturned. It’s a solid band of blood-red throughout the South, where most of America’s black people have always lived and continue to insist on living. It’s almost like an intentionally drawn demographic Mason-Dixon Line in some odd new genetically-engineered Baby War.
If Roe v. Wade is indeed overturned, and black Americans are mostly trapped in Deep South Red States with no abortion rights, the part of the country that was formerly known and loved as Dixie will have turned every last square inch of its former slave plantations into government-sponsored breeding camps designed to finally create a nation that resembles the nearly all-black America that you see in TV commercials.
Justice Alito and the conservative majority have made the right decision. The only way to save the black race is to outlaw abortion.
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If 20 million George Floyds are the price you pay for getting the White birth rate out of the death zone, it’s a good trade.
I am not sure you are right, even that the white birth rate would increase. White women use birth control and think ahead.
Ann Coulter pointed out that even states like Mississippi would not ban abortion. They would still have 15 weeks to get an abortion. States like New York would probably make it even easier just out of spite. However I do agree with you. It would be a terrible decision to end Roe.
In Mississippi, which is very, very black, that is true. In the first instance you will never make blacks responsible for anything like planning a family, raising and disciplining children or even suggesting that the race ‘fix’ its problems related to unwanted pregnancies, absent fathers and children being raised and instructed in the management of life issues by mommas and ‘aunties’ who are some of the most violent and abusive creach-tures to ever wag through the Dollar Store.
The problem with black abortions is that it cannot be used as a population control device and in the interest of EQUALITY the tax payer should not have to bear the burden for unbridled black fecundity. So, I believe that the answer is to make them pay for their abortions and to ipso facto stop paying welfare recipients federal or state tax dollars to support their little illegitimates during their ‘wonder years’. No more money, EBT or medical benefits for their socially disgraceful improprieties.
1954 was the year everything went wrong. May 17, 1954, to be exact. Brown v Board of Ed.
I would argue the date is August 18, 1920 – ratification of the 19th Amendment which allowed women to vote. The start of everything going wrong. And it’s far from over.
You are certainly correct about Brown V Board in 1954. However, there are certainly 2 more years which screwed up America even more. The 1964 Civil Rights Act took away the freedom of business owners to discriminate and the 1965 Immigration Act opened the doors to the entire 3rd world.
I would be another year in the running: 1948.
Harry Truman desegregated the military and SCOTUS made a little known decision (my thanks to SBPDL author Paul Kersey for this) called Shelley vs Kraemer, which made restrictive housing covenants unconstitutional, removing the capacity of White homeowners to keep their neighborhoods White, giving Blacks the right to free associate with us but removing our right to free associate with our own.
Excellent observation. I’d forgotten about that outrage. Thank you for reminding me.
I’d like to see a CC-wide collaborative project where we join together all our knowledge (as opposed to just relying on people like Johnson and Goad et al. to force-feed us) to come up with a comprehensive outline of the West’s decline. WNs have tremendous knowledge collectively. It needs to be knitted together into a major publication. The White Nationalist Manifesto and Jared Taylor’s White Identity are great starts, but that’s all they remain – excellent introductions. We need our own collective updated version of The Dispossessed Majority. That was a brilliant effort, spectacular when considered the product of a single mind. But our thinking and supporting empirical knowledge have grown extensively since 1972 (and whenever TDM was last updated – my version dates from the late 80s, as I got it I think in 1988 or 89 [I know I’d read it pre-Fall of the Berlin Wall], and it does mention the Justiceship of then newly confirmed Justice Kennedy).
Wow! A little lacking in the History Dept, aren’t we, boys?
The beginning of the end (of the Constitutional Republic, America, and perhaps the Occident and even the white race):
Date: April 9, 1865
Place: Appomattox, VA
Well said and certainly a huge part of our nations’ misery. I know, as people are prone to say, that there are a lot of good ones out there but truthfully, they are too high a price to pay for what the 99.999999999% majority have done to destroy the US.
From the right, it’s a complex issue. Prior to this announcement, it seemed like Republicans would sweep 11/2022 elections, but this will flip some voters and drum up the left wing base. It would only be a matter of time until legislative bodies would officially approve abortion. But would they need to make concessions to do so?
This issue moves the ‘progressive’ agenda partially back. The left would have to focus its attention here instead of many other ‘improvements’ such as allowing illegals entry then granting them and others affirmative action (see Steve Sailer’s ‘Price of Admission’ on how your kid’s are faring in college admissions).
I’m guardedly optimistic this won’t happen. Most voters don’t care that much about abortion, esp in relation to other issues, like inflation and crime, and those who do are pretty evenly divided, and already committed to their respective political sides. What is going to change? I just hope this damn decision doesn’t get handed down right before the midterms. Announcing it as early as possible would be my preference.
It amazes me that goad’s article basically boils down to the same things I said in my comment to Greg’s article, written before I read his, and greg’s basically the same. Rational, intelligent people come to the same conclusions independently.
Hear hear, DarkPlato. Greg, Jim, and Robert have managed to permanently settle this debate over two days in less than 4,000 words. Counter-Currents at its finest. This is why we are essential.
I was in San Francisco in the summer of 1968 solely to get another kid I knew out of there. Ran into a girl from my hometown 3000 miles away whom I barely knew. She was pregnant, which means in trouble and you help people in trouble and help usually means money.
We somehow got our hands on a list of Mexican abortionists. It was illegal to even have that and it came with threats if you gave it to authorities. Grrrreat.
You don’t make an appointment. You don’t call ahead. You just pick one and go there and hope for the best.
With all the money I had I flew us to El Paso and we crossed into freaky-ass Juarez. Met with open hostility, were shouted at, “Gringos!” We didn’t know what that was. I’m a few weeks out of my teens, she younger.
We find the place and it was a walled oasis. I have to say they were pretty wonderful. It was $200 dollars and they asked us if we could afford it. We lied and said, “Yes.”
They had also JUST returned that day from being on vacation for two weeks. What would we have done?
They sent us back to the border with a friendly cabbie in their employ right out of Central Casting.
She would have complications and paid dearly emotionally. If I had to do it all over again and was going to give someone every last dime I had to help them out of a jam, I would have bought her a ticket back to her mother.
I had to get home now with no money but that didn’t faze me.
Forgive us, we knew not what we did.
Juarez locals at that time would have been well aware that lost-looking Americans around there would have at least $200 dollars on them. That could buy a decent burro.
New York made abortion legal in 1970, three years before Roe, and doctors made a fortune in those years. Even wiki admits “In 1972, an estimated 100,000 women traveled to New York to have legal abortions.” And those are only the ones they counted. Allegedly you had to have a good reason. In reality it was open season. It won’t he any different when Roe joins the Volstead Act in the legal dustbin.
What effects banning abortion might have on the moral climate of modern culture is anyone’s guess. Who knows how much the atmosphere in an area might improve if the stench of a slaughterhouse were removed?
I’m betting the Mexican Cartels are licking their chops and making plans, along with other sundry mafioso types, about how soon they can set up shops throughout the back allies of the country as soon as that law goes into effect in conservative states. No law ever will or ever has stopped abortion. Smarter and richer White girls and women have the sense to use birth control, and the assets to fly out of the country if absolutely need be. Blacks will continue on their merry way, making life easier for us by not increasing their physical presence. Now, what can we do about the immigration horror?
I doubt it. The “back alley” will not be returning in an era of reasonably cheap travel. We will rapidly see a patchwork of laws across the various states, reflecting state-level political sensibilities. From a neutral Constitutional perspective, as well as old-style conservative American one, this is exactly the way morally controversial issues that are not of national import were intended to be handled.
Abortion absolutely can be mostly banned, though you’re right that ultimately, as the most radical ‘lifers’ recognize, only a thorough re-Christianization and remoralization of society will truly eradicate this practice.
It seems that the only thing beneficial for us to come out of this controversy is that it will weed out the Neo-Conservatives from the white-identitarians. I agree that the current ruling allows for a great many more POC and mixed-race (i.e. white girl/ Black beau) pregnancies to be aborted. Still, I would not advocate for the abortion of these people and agree with the compassionate policy laid out by C-C. Thus I’m not getting particularly worked up about whatever happens.
It is amusing to see Progressives fighting Neo’s (Neo-Conservatives) and threatening to attack churches & stuff. Even Tucker Carlson has weighed in which highlights his differences from us. He generally ‘sounds reasonable’ but makes some misstatements, or is it dis-statements, in his logic, which exposes his Neo viewpoint.
It’s becoming a rarity to find an issue in the non-U, S of A, that doesn’t have people worked up and fighting against each other. The same thing happened in the Roman Republic in the 2nd century BC. This was just before the Imperatorial Period, or Era of the Dictators, preceding the breakup of the Republic in the 1st century BC.
Goad has outdone himself with this article. Really outstanding. His few words say it all.
I only quibble with this:
In 1970, blacks represented 11.1% of America’s population. After 50 years of Roe v. Wade … they’d only managed to nudge up the quotient to 13.4%. (Goad)
That’s actually a considerable demographic “achievement”, considered in light of the enormous growth of the overall population due almost exclusively to the half-century-and- counting immigration invasion. The black component of that invasion has been fairly small (definitely under 10% of the total number of colonizers). Actually to have increased their numerical percentage of the overall population during a period when the nation took in 60+ MILLION alien colonizers, few of whom were black (and even fewer white), demonstrates that black fecundity is very substantially higher than whites’. This fecundity is undoubtedly a consequence of the white man’s socialist welfare state (which in turn causes me to dismiss any WNs who are not 100% hostile to the [non-disability] welfare state, if not in theory, as I am, at least in present practice –> we are paying for our own demographic conquest).
Life will only ever get worse for our people, and especially for us, those who most hate imperialistic Diversity. Self-separation and eventual secession forever remain our only hope.
Loved this column.Abortion is primarily a racial question.Blacks have three times the rate of abortions as Whites.Tens of millions of blacks have been aborted.I feel much safer.I would love to have a free abortion clinic and birth control available on every corner in black neighborhoods.I would be willing to help pay for it.To heck with the Catholic Church and the dysgenic(the worse genetic stock reproduces) crowd.Margaret Sanger was a great woman.She saw the need for eugenics(the best genetic stock reproduces).
NPR’s radio show “Freakonomics” broadcasted a show originally from 2019 (updated on May 11th 2022) providing information — not intended for White Nationalist’s ears — that showed a correlation between an increase in inner-city abortions in the 1970s (due to Roe v Wade decision from 1973) and a big drop in crime in the early 1990s. In typical NPR style, the issue of race and crime is not dealt with head-on, but evaded with talk of “unwantedness” (i.e., unwanted ghetto children deprived of love from their mothers, which makes them go bad and turn to crime.) Again, in typical NPR style, they talk about other potential causalities and proceed to talk the whole thing to death. But the original assertion is powerful and convincing.
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