Documentary Exposes Abortion as The Evolution of Racism and Black Genocide
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By Theresa Casta
June 4, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The new documentary film Maafa 21 provides a convincing argument that "...legalized abortion is more than just a crime against humanity, it is also the continuation of a 150 year old racial agenda, that was founded in black genocide." The film offers an in-depth look at the plight of African Americans after the end of slavery, and demonstrates some of the shocking similarities between Hitler's Germany and 20th century America.
After viewing the powerful film, Congressman Trent Franks remarked: "We never quite seem to be so eloquent when we decry all the crimes of a past generation, and we are never so staggering blind, as when a genocide occurs in our own time."
"Maafa" is a Swahili word meaning a "great disaster" or a "tragedy," a fitting title for a film that attempts to expose "Black Genocide." Originally, "Maafa" described the period of history where Africans were kidnapped from their villages and taken to another continent to be sold as slaves. The documentary argues that the time of tragedy for the African-American people never really ended, but has actually intensified over the centuries.
Maafa 21 was produced by Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics and features Dr. Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr. It has been hailed as a must-see by black communities, and compared with "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed" as it exposes what seems to be another inconvenient and shocking truth.
From the racist and eugenic words and actions of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, to today's abortion and birth control megacenters targeting black communities, the film makes a convincing argument and serves as a warning to the black community