‘Alone With Jesus’  is a collection of daily devotions born out of author Mychal Massie’s quiet time with Jesus over the past thirty-six years as a born again Christian and ordained minister. The devotions are intended to help you see and live a life of Christ in your daily lives.

To Hell With Dogs Until People Count – From My Vault

April 19, 2014

I am reposting my syndicated column that appeared July 31, 2007. I am reposting this particular piece because with Easter upon us People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) will be singing the same sad song they sing during this time in an attempt to raise money. But as I point out not only does PETA slaughter animals, they like most if not all liberal groups ignore the truly helpless. This Easter as we praise God for His resurrected Son, let us also pray for the those who would seek to add to the death totals by murdering the truly innocent. Let us pray that they will understand that life begins at conception and that abortion is murder.
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Blacks, at the urging of their so-called leadership, are often quick to become incited at the least provocation – real or perceived. At times, this has been well-documented to lead to riot and mayhem.

Now, if there were ever a justifiable time to tear down the personified fences of racial injustice and storm the castles of those who, with forethought and malicious genocidal intent, propagate and perpetuate an injustice so sinister as to be without equal, today should be the day for all blacks to rally. It is a day that so-called black leadership should storm the halls of Congress and demand an end to this evil. But they are silent.

[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]What am I talking about? I’m talking about the furor that now rages over Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick’s alleged involvement in dog fighting and the brutal killing and the double standard of same.

In the past seven days, approximately 10,500 unborn, defenseless black children have been murdered by abortionists. Abortionists supported by the “prince” who would be king – Barack Hussein Obama – the Congressional Black Caucus, Jesse Jackson, Julian Bond and the NAACP, and Mark Morial, president and CEO of the National Urban League.

Jeanine Pirro, Republican politician, lawyer and prosecutor from New York, appearing on “Hannity & Colmes” Friday said, “These are innocents. … These dogs are bred in silence and raised to tear one another apart. … These dogs cannot lie; the facts speak for themselves.” I submit that children are bred to be loved and nurtured, not sucked out of wombs or burned to death in them, and those facts do not lie either.

Where is the outrage, as over 40,000 black children a month are ripped apart in what should be their most sacred sanctuary? It has been said that Vick’s image will be alongside “vicious, vile images” of dog fighting. Where is the outrage over the image of Margaret Sanger, the patron saint of genocide who, out of contempt for the poor, the black poor specifically, advocated the murder of innocent black children under the guise of a woman’s right to choose?

How many black families will have their lives affected positively or negatively by the alleged barbarous indulgences of Vick? Juxtapose that question by asking how many black scientists, doctors, teachers, lawyers, politicians, diplomats, world leaders, business persons, inventors, ad nauseam have been murdered?

Pirro made a name for herself prosecuting domestic abuse and violence-against-women cases. Is not inserting the equivalent of vacuum hoses into women and ripping apart their unborn children violence against same?

The priorities of America are wrong. The nation and animal-rights groups are beside themselves because a few dogs have been mistreated and destroyed, yet these same people and activist groups support and advocate the slaughter of unborn children. And even worse, if possible, they advocate the breeding of innocent human life for scientific experiments, vis-?-vis embryonic stem cell research.

Liberal blacks and whites loudly applaud those who are quick to blame conservatives and pursue race-based agitprop. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have been invigorated by the allegations against Vick, all the way to their cash registers. Media outlets are beating paths to their doors for comments and appearances. But nowhere is it mentioned that from July 1998 through December 2000, PETA killed over 14,400 dogs, cats and “companion animals.” They stored the dead animals in a walk-in freezer, while contracting with a Virginia Beach company to cremate them. In 2005 alone, they murdered 90.7 percent of the animals they received, while adopting out a paltry 6.8 percent.

Yet these and others are the ones now castigating Vick. Perhaps we should run commercials showing pictures of the fragmented baby parts, tossed in closets, that Obama supported as an Illinois legislator beside one of the dead dogs allegedly belonging to Vick. Maybe we should show the faces of women who have had their internal organs irreparably injured by abortionists alongside said dogs. Or perhaps we should show the children who were aborted alive and living today alongside one of Vick’s dogs – children, I might add, that Obama not only refused to support, but fought against by opposing legislation to protect same while an Illinois legislator.

If ever there were a reason and a time for blacks to rally, that time is now. Instead, their cacophony of silence is deafening. I say, to hell with the dogs until people count.

The Erebusic evil of child genocide, black child genocide specifically, must be stopped. And for those Magdalenian liberals who are as unfamiliar with the name Erebus as they are Greek Mythology, Gene Wolf or Anne Rice – abortion is indeed the very personification of the darkness and hell that shadows our society.[adsanity id=11817 align=alignleft /]

Mychal Massie

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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