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Maafa 21 Countless Views Exposing Abortion and Black Genocide

Written by Maafa21 on June 10, 2014

Life Dynamics, Inc. is pleased to announce that they have distributed
between 150,000 and 200,000 copies of the powerful documentary
film exposing the true agenda behind legalized abortion, Maafa21.

Maafa is a Swahili word which means A terrible tragedy and used to
define the time of the middle passage during the slave trade.
The film exposes a plan to create racial purity that began 150 years
ago and is still being carried out right now.

As one reviewer wrote, Maafa21 shows, without exception, how
African-Americans are the targets of the social elite. In the film, you
will learn that civil rights leaders in the 1960s gave a clear warning
that abortion and population control was a tool of Black Genocide.
You will see the links between racism, eugenics, and Planned
Parenthoods effort to market abortion to the African American
Maafa21 is loaded with historical references from slavery, the Nazi
take over of Germany and the Civil Rights movement within the
United States, and will educate young and old alike on the causes of
Black Genocide in the modern age.

Shortly after its release by Life Dynamics in 2009, Maafa21 was shown
in the Capitol Visitor Center Theater in Washington on two occasions.
In 2010, Maafa21 was selected as the featured film for the Jubilee
Film Festival in Selma, Al. to commemorate the right to vote and
remember the historic Bloody Sunday anniversary of the Bridge
Crossing Civil Rights march from Selma-to-Montgomery.

In addition, Maafa21 was featured in the 2010 Real Life Film Festival
in Sudbury, Ontario and the 2011 Life Fest Film Festival in Los
Angeles, Ca.

With a mountain of documentation Maafa21 has proven to audiences
all across America that the real motivation behind the legalization of
abortion was eugenics and racial genocide.
In just over two hours, the documentary shows that the legalization of
abortion was part of a campaign that had been created, promoted,
and financed by a small cartel of ultra-wealthy elitists.

Most frightening of all, Maafa21 shows that this effort continues
today with massive financial and political backing from a new
generation of ultra-wealthy elitists.
Viewers are stunned to learn that it was the American eugenics
movement that gave rise to the Nazi effort to create racial purity
and that this effort was in large measure funded with dollars from
American corporations.

They also learn that the first anti-abortion organizations in America
were radical civil-rights groups of the 1960s whose leaders had seen
that eugenics and black genocide were the driving forces behind the
call for legalized abortion.

Viewers learn about the numerous links among Americas number
one abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, its founder Margaret
Sanger, and the American eugenics movement.
They learn that Sanger gave a speech to a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan
and was then invited back to speak to 12 similar groups, as she
wrote in her autobiography.

Maafa21 viewers will see how Planned Parenthood was an integral
part of the sterilization boards that operated in more than 30 states
and that Sanger once tried to merge her publication with the
American Eugenics Society.

Ironically, within days after the first edition of Maafa21 was released,
U.S Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was being
interviewed by a reporter for The New York Times and made the
following statement when asked about Roe vs. Wade the decision
that legalized abortion: Frankly, I had thought that at the time Roe
was decided, there was concern about population growth and
particularly growth in populations that we dont want to have too
many of.

The revelations go on and on and each one is fully documented.
The reality is that Maafa21 is a primer on power, corruption and
According to Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics, With
Maafa21, we can now link from the days of the late 1700 before
slavery ended to today with no gaps in the story. What we show is
that abortion today is the continuation of a strategy that began
before slavery ended with the anticipation that slavery was going to
end and what was going to happen with Black people once slavery
was over. The strategies they came up with right then just continued
on and when one of them would fail they came up with another until
they got to the one that worked, which was abortion.

Since its release Maafa21 supporters have organized numerous public
screenings of the film in theaters, churches, college campuses and
conventions across the country.

Even though Life Dynamics has distributed hundreds of thousands of
copies of the DVD, Maafa21 has also been viewed countless times on
social media sites like Youtube.
It is my suspicion that we have had far more people view Maafa21
at public screenings or online for free than have purchased the DVD,
says Crutcher.

Today, Life Dynamics offers Maafa21 for viewing in HD on their
website at