According to numberofabortions.com, since the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, there have been more than 18 million 662 thousand 172 black babies killed by abortion in the U.S.
Why don’t these black lives matter?
Mark Crutcher is calling for a congressional investigation to defund ‘big abortion’ for matters related to racial discrimination and hate crimes. Mark is the founder and director of Life Dynamics. He may be best known for his bold undercover operations that have exposed shocking and even illegal activities inside the abortion industry. Life Dynamics is the producer of Maafa 21 which exposes the black genocide that’s underway in the 21st century.
Mark began by noting his organization’s 3 year-plus research project called Maafa 21. The idea behind this now 11 year old movie was to show that the original motivation for the legalization of abortion had nothing to do with women’s rights, reproductive freedom or choice. It was strictly about eugenics in order to wipe out minorities and primarily the black community.
Mark indicated that Planned Parenthood knows exactly what the history is of their organization. It’s about racism, black genocide and eugenics. When Life Dynamics first started studying this issue, they found that the first anti-abortion organizations in America weren’t Christian pro-life groups and churches. It was actually the radical civil rights groups such as the Black Panthers and Nation of Islam. They realized that the legalization of abortion was being touted as a way to get rid of the black community.
Maafa 21 came out to expose this reality to the American public. It’s been documented that over 2 million people have viewed it. As a result, Life Dynamics has seen an explosion of black people coming into the pro-life movement.
This situation is best summed up by the following statement from Mark as quoted by Jim: ‘What the Ku Klux Klan could only dream about, the abortion industry is accomplishing.’ It’s a statement Mark can back up and you can hear it all when you review this Crosstalk broadcast.
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