Eugenics - the evil root of abortion

Maafa 21 Poster

A documentary and expose' on the abortion business has caught the attention of some members of Congress.
The documentary, Maafa 21, traces the history of Planned Parenthood to its founder, Margaret Sanger, who believed in eugenics -- controlling and eliminating certain population groups, especially including minorities such as African-Americans. Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics produced the film. He says the project has proven itself effective after having been shown and discussed by a number of churches and media outlets.
"We're seeing committed people who are on the pro-choice side coming over saying, 'This thing has totally, completely turned me around on the abortion issue. I never knew any of this stuff was going on. I never knew anything about this eugenics and black genocide aspect of abortion,'" explains Crutcher.
The documentary has been shown to members of Congress and their staff twice, and it has made an impact as the producer says the film flies in the face of the argument that a woman has a right to do what she wants with her body.
"Every day in this battle we hear them say, 'Well, this issue is not really abortion. The issue is do we trust women in privacy and reproductive freedom' -- and all that nonsense. [But] what you quickly see when you study this is that's just marketing hype," Crutcher comments. "The reality is that abortion is about eugenics and black genocide."
He adds that an irrefutable argument for that is made in the documentary, Maafa 21.

Charlie Butts
Publish Date: January 22, 2010
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