Daily Archives: August 10, 2012

Vogue, Daily Mail, New York Magazine and other major publications credit Barbados Free Press

Welcome to our thousands of new visitors from around the world!

Barbados Free Press has been mentioned or credited over the years in stories by CNN, BBC, Forbes, USA Today, New York Times and a host of other newspapers and broadcasters from as far away as India and Australia – which is about as far away as you can get from this rock. Sometimes a mention brings a few more visitors and sometimes a whole lot more visitors. Our best day ever was 44,087 visitors to the blog while our best month ever was 442,381 visitors during the short month of February 2010 – a month that brought a ‘perfect storm’ of news stories and mentions not likely to be repeated…

‘Not likely to be repeated’ … at least that’s what we thought until a few hours ago.

Today the Daily Mail, Mail Online, New York Magazine, Vogue and other major publications are crediting Barbados Free Press as the source for their stories. Our thanks to mainstream journalism for properly crediting BFP.

Daily Mail: What, no bikini? Caribbean cutie Rihanna bathes in a sundress as she becomes the official face of Barbados.

New York Magazine: Who Cares About Nivea When Rihanna’s Got Barbados?

British Vogue: Flying the Flag – Rihanna is Face of Barbados, Tourism Ambassador

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Planned Parenthood still aborting those ‘ugly black babies’

UPDATED January 5, 2013

Considering the stories of gendercide coming out of India right now and the rape and murder of the young woman by six evil men, it might be a good time to take another look at this article about aborting “Ugly black babies”. Whether we select blacks, girls or gay babies for extermination in the womb, it’s all social engineering…

Barbados Family Planning Association aborts 100% black babies. No wonder BFPA gets awards from headquarters!

Meet abortion doctor Ron Virmani of Charlotte, North Carolina, recorded in the above video saying he is lessening the burden to taxpayers by aborting ‘ugly black babies’. In context the doctor is saying that all black babies are ugly, and that there are economic benefits to society by controlling the breeding of undesirable races… like negros – especially those bothersome negros with darker, black skin colour.

This racist attitude from an abortionist isn’t surprising at all, considering that the origins of Planned Parenthood go back to Margaret Sanger and the ‘Negro Project’. Sanger was a big fan of compulsory sterilization and birth licensing (as China does) for the lesser races. Continue reading

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Filed under Abortion, Barbados, Culture & Race Issues