Archive for September 23rd, 2010

The documentary Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America is about “elitism, secret agendas, treachery and corruption at the highest levels of political and corporate America.” The film is an exposé of the racist eugenics agenda of the abortion industry in the United States.

Both Roe v Wade and Dred Scott were 7-2 Supreme Court decisions. The first 7-2 decision determined Dred Scott was a slave and the second 7-2 decision determined children were not persons and could be killed.

Although pro-choice advocates screech privacy, women’s rights, and reproductive choice, their actual agenda is racial genocide and ethnic cleansing. Knowing this, taxpayer dollars should never go to fund Planned Parenthood, an organization linked to the eugenics movement.

Those who watch parts 1-13 of the Maafa 21 video below will no doubt do the right thing by the Democrat Party come November.

“These guys [Democrats] see the light when they feel the heat.”—the Reverend John Hunter 

The word ‘Maafa’ derives from a Kiswahili word meaning disaster, terrible occurrence, or great tragedy.

First check out the 2:18 film trailer; then watch the 13 parts that comprise the 137-minute documentary. 

I.M. Kane


Maafa 21 Trailer 2:18 Video


The 137-minute Maafa 21 film has been cut into 13 segments and posted on Youtube. It is without doubt one of the most important documentaries you will ever watch:

Maafa21 PART 1 of 13

Maafa21 PART 2 of 13

Maafa21 PART 3 of 13

Maafa21 PART 4 of 13

Maafa21 PART 5 of 13

Maafa21 PART 6 of 13

Maafa21 PART 7 of 13

Maafa21 PART 8 of 13

Maafa21 PART 9 of 13

Maafa21 PART 10 of 13

Maafa21 PART 11 of 13

Maafa21 PART 12 of 13

Maafa21 PART 13 of 13

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The Maryland Board of Physicians ordered Dr. Steven Brigham to stop practicing medicine without a license in Maryland and suspended the licenses of Drs. Nicola Riley and George Shepard Jr. after a woman suffered a uterine perforation from an abortion procedure in August.

Riley and Brigham brought the critically injured 18-year-old woman to Union Hospital in Elkton following the abortion. She was later transferred to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.

Acting on a warrant for the woman’s medical records, police searched Brigham’s clinic and found 35 late-term fetuses in a freezer. Brigham, who owns American Women’s Services (AWS) with offices in several states, is licensed in New Jersey, but not Maryland.

Shepard’s license was suspended for ordering medications for AWS’s Maryland facilities and for taking part in an arrangement in which abortions started in one state and patients were told to drive across state lines for completion of the procedure.

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Abortion doctor licensed in N.J. is ordered to stop practicing in Md. after patient is critically injured from the Associated Press.

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Social conservative groups are incensed that Texas Republican Senator John Cornyn, the head of the National Republican Senatorial (Campaign) Committee, will be helping to raise money for the Log Cabin Republicans, a homosexual activist group.

“You’re talking about men having sex with men–that’s what you’re promoting when you go there. These people are for same-sex marriage. They’re fundamentally opposed to the core of the Republican Party on that one.”—Tim Wildmon, president of the American Family Association

Most recently, the Log Cabin Republicans was responsible for bringing a lawsuit to end the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the military and has worked with other groups to change the GOP platform from support of traditional marriage to support of same-sex “marriage.” Also in 2004, the group accepted money from leftist billionaire George Soros to run attack ads against President George W. Bush.

“How can a group that professes allegiance to the GOP at the same time be committed to using judicial activism to advance its radical social policies even at the risk of undermining the U.S. military and, as a result, national security?”—Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Conservatives Blast Chair of Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee for Helping Homosexual Activist Group Raise Money by Pete Winn.

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Planned Parenthood’s abortion referral center on Haddonfield Road is closing down as a result of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s funding cuts of Planned Parenthood abortion facilities.

“We all know it’s strictly ideological. This is a very frustrating and perplexing time for us.”—Lynn Brown, president Planned Parenthood of Southern New Jersey

The New Jersey state Senate’s 23-17 party-line vote fell short of the two-thirds needed to override Christie’s veto of the Planned Parenthood funding bill.

“This debate [in the senate] was never about health care, it is about advancing a political agenda and rewarding ‘friends’ and a radical special interest group with our tax dollars. We commend Governor Christie for his steadfast opposition to eliminate waste, fraud and abuse …”— Marie Tasy, New Jersey Right to Life

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see New Jersey Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Closes After Christie Cuts Funds by Steven Ertelt.

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The head of Ohio’s Democratic Party called opponents of ObamaCare “f–kers” for thinking of health care as a privilege and not a right.

“It is what it is. Vice President Biden and I have a way with words.”—Chris Redfern, Ohio Democratic Party Chairman

Redfern said that he thought his remarks were off-camera. WTOV9 news was videotaping an endorsement event by the United Steelworkers for several Ohio Democrats, including Governor Ted Strickland, when the camera picked up Redfern’s insult.

Redfern joins a long list of prominent Democrat leaders and politicians who habitually demean Americans with insults, name-calling, and unfounded accusations for disagreeing with their policies.

“These leaders and candidates can’t stand on facts or logic, so they use hate and insults. When you believe in principles of liberty, you don’t have any reason to hate or demean.” —Chris Littleton, the president of the Cincinnati Tea Party   

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Ohio Democrat Curses Voters Who Oppose Health Care Law from FoxNews.com.

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