Raw Footage: Charlotte Abortionist Slurs Blacks

Ann Kane
Operation Save America, a pro-life group, confronted Dr. Ashutosh Ron Virmani, an abortionist practicing in Charlotte North Carolina, at his house. They caught him on video telling the pro-lifers they should "adopt one of those ugly black babies" if they're so keen on trying to save them.

A quick search of Virmani's credentials online show he earned an IT degree in India, then immigrated to the U.S. eventually earning a Masters in Electrical Engineering, then an M.D. in gynecology. He claims in a short bio he turned toward medicine for "humanitarian" reasons.

After reading through several articles he wrote for the Indian-Asian social network Sulekha.com back in the years 2002-2003, there's no doubt he's coming from a Marxist viewpoint. Corporations are evil, and the U.S. leads the way in keeping the rest of the world from getting their fair share.

From his article "Three Ps That Plague This Planet":

Rather, America should share its wealth with those less fortunate, at home and abroad. There is enough on this planet for the needs of all, but not for the greed of a few. America needs to be in harmony with Mother Nature and its inhabitants, not just the human inhabitants -- in order for there to be lasting peace on this planet. The axis of evil is in our minds.

From "The Real Weapons of Mass Destruction":

The Western system of medicine is simply excessive, wasteful and anti-nature. In the natural order of things, the old quickly perish to make the resources available to the young. There is survival of the fittest. That keeps species strong and healthy. But in the modern human scheme of things, the old simply hang around in nursing homes of the Western countries causing enormous depletion of resources. Similarly, premature babies are saved by modern medicine everyday at the cost of several thousand dollars a day per baby. This is simply an inequitable situation considering that one billion people in the world earn less than a dollar a day. The Western medicine is simply mindless of the resources available on this planet, as has become obvious even to a rich country like the U.S. where the medical system is in disarray.

From "Terror Is a State of Mind":

Yes, I did migrate from India 27 years ago. Following my humanitarian instincts, I went to New Jersey Medical School in Newark, and followed that by an ob-gyn residency at Temple University in Philadelphia. I married a Caucasian nurse I met in New Jersey and we had two children. We lived in Charlotte, North Carolina, where I still live and practice.

My marriage did not succeed for various reasons.

And Virmani should be nominated for the Hypocrisy Award when he replies in the comments section of one of his essays:

"...let our lives be a prayer for each other, all innocent forms of life and our mother earth!"

Wow! An abortionist calling for prayer for "all innocent forms of life."

And how in the world does this guy justify living in America while he trashes our capitalist system?

Norma McCorvey, the Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade, after her conversion from a former life of aiding abortionists decided to expose their dirty secrets.

In her book, Won by Love, she relates that "it's a closely guarded fact that a disproportionate number of abortion doctors are actually from other countries -- foreigners who perceive that our lax abortion laws create a tremendous moneymaking opportunity..."

America's a cash cow and evil people like Virmani take advantage.

We still have laws protecting our right to privacy regarding how much money we make; but I would sure like to see how much this tragic man is worth.

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Operation Save America, a pro-life group, confronted Dr. Ashutosh Ron Virmani, an abortionist practicing in Charlotte North Carolina, at his house. They caught him on video telling the pro-lifers they should "adopt one of those ugly black babies" if they're so keen on trying to save them.

A quick search of Virmani's credentials online show he earned an IT degree in India, then immigrated to the U.S. eventually earning a Masters in Electrical Engineering, then an M.D. in gynecology. He claims in a short bio he turned toward medicine for "humanitarian" reasons.

After reading through several articles he wrote for the Indian-Asian social network Sulekha.com back in the years 2002-2003, there's no doubt he's coming from a Marxist viewpoint. Corporations are evil, and the U.S. leads the way in keeping the rest of the world from getting their fair share.

From his article "Three Ps That Plague This Planet":

Rather, America should share its wealth with those less fortunate, at home and abroad. There is enough on this planet for the needs of all, but not for the greed of a few. America needs to be in harmony with Mother Nature and its inhabitants, not just the human inhabitants -- in order for there to be lasting peace on this planet. The axis of evil is in our minds.

From "The Real Weapons of Mass Destruction":

The Western system of medicine is simply excessive, wasteful and anti-nature. In the natural order of things, the old quickly perish to make the resources available to the young. There is survival of the fittest. That keeps species strong and healthy. But in the modern human scheme of things, the old simply hang around in nursing homes of the Western countries causing enormous depletion of resources. Similarly, premature babies are saved by modern medicine everyday at the cost of several thousand dollars a day per baby. This is simply an inequitable situation considering that one billion people in the world earn less than a dollar a day. The Western medicine is simply mindless of the resources available on this planet, as has become obvious even to a rich country like the U.S. where the medical system is in disarray.

From "Terror Is a State of Mind":

Yes, I did migrate from India 27 years ago. Following my humanitarian instincts, I went to New Jersey Medical School in Newark, and followed that by an ob-gyn residency at Temple University in Philadelphia. I married a Caucasian nurse I met in New Jersey and we had two children. We lived in Charlotte, North Carolina, where I still live and practice.

My marriage did not succeed for various reasons.

And Virmani should be nominated for the Hypocrisy Award when he replies in the comments section of one of his essays:

"...let our lives be a prayer for each other, all innocent forms of life and our mother earth!"

Wow! An abortionist calling for prayer for "all innocent forms of life."

And how in the world does this guy justify living in America while he trashes our capitalist system?

Norma McCorvey, the Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade, after her conversion from a former life of aiding abortionists decided to expose their dirty secrets.

In her book, Won by Love, she relates that "it's a closely guarded fact that a disproportionate number of abortion doctors are actually from other countries -- foreigners who perceive that our lax abortion laws create a tremendous moneymaking opportunity..."

America's a cash cow and evil people like Virmani take advantage.

We still have laws protecting our right to privacy regarding how much money we make; but I would sure like to see how much this tragic man is worth.

Read more Ann Kane at Potter Williams Report


Watch related American Thinker Video selection.