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Trayvon Martin: A Pro-Life Reaction to Racial Politics

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

By Ryan Bomberger

The Radiance Foundation has been called, tweeted, and pressed to join the throngs across the nation in protesting the tragic death of Trayvon Martin. Invoking our “Black Children Are An Endangered Species” pro-life campaign, pro-abortion activists (who ignore and reject all statistics related to black genocide through abortion) demand we step into the fray.

We agree that this untimely death should be mourned. Trayvon was a young man who had an entire lifetime of opportunity ahead of him. We also feel that by blaming racism for the death of this teenager, in typical reactionary style, the public is missing opportunities to engage in a constructive national dialogue about race and unity.

We are America—a beautiful menagerie of different races, ethnicities, religions, ideologies, shapes, sizes, and colors. This tapestry is made up of the beauty that each of us has to offer. Sadly, threads of violence, greed, racism, elitism, hatred, and dishonesty have become inevitably interwoven, yet changeable, aspects of our humanity.

Anytime I see or hear Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton in victim-du-jour exploitation mode, my Civil Wrongs radar starts sounding. Once again, in a visceral attempt to inflame racial tensions, these hucksters inject themselves into a news event (made so by our lamestream media who strangely don’t do this the other nearly 17,000 times someone is murdered in the United States). For people like the teleprompter-challenged Sharpton, racial reconciliation is never the goal—only racial manipulation.

I’m particularly amused by the media’s description of the man—a white Hispanic–responsible for allegedly racially profiling and shooting Trayvon. Hispanics, even bi-racial ones, are usually considered a minority, but for racially dividing purposes the media has depicted Zimmerman as just a white man who shot a black teen. Would that make Obama a white black, negating his “minority” status? I’m a white black, too—one whose passion is to serve as an agent of racial reconciliation.

We don’t even know the full details of this tragedy. Yet the press, ever eager to infuse racial strife every chance possible, has made this a circus. Lost in all of this clamor is reason and perspective.

There are 16,799 homicides within the United States in the last reported year according to the Department of Justice. Blacks are disproportionately victimized by these crimes at a rate 6 times higher than whites. But, blacks also make up the majority of the offenders with a rate that is 7 times higher than whites. Much of this is influenced heavily by disparate situations of poverty, and this poverty is due, in most part, to the alarming deterioration of the black family. Back in the 50s, over 80% of black families were intact two-parent married homes. Today, less than 30% of black homes are led by both mother and father, as we illuminate in our latest “Fatherhood Begins in the Womb” campaign.

Shame on our mainstream media for contorting Trayvon’s death into a social commentary on race in America. This, while they blatantly ignored actual and provable violent racist attacks over the past several years, where black flash mobs struck terror in cities across America. Where’s the outrage for the white teen lit on fire on his own porch after being chased by older black teens? The silence from media only reinforces that they’re interested in their own twisted one-sided race narrative. According to the Department of Justice, “most murders are intraracial where 84% of white victims were killed by whites and 93% of black victims were killed by blacks.”

We need to get a grip on race in America and stop excusing violent behaviors from anyone, regardless of race or socio-economic standing.

President Obama, who naturally should be a reconciler on issues of race as he is wonderfully bi-racial, seems to squander ever opportunity when these issues arise. We’ve had the “beer summit,” the shrugging off of Black Panther voter intimidation, the silence about flash mob violence, (see Philly Mayor Nutter right) and now the personalizing of Trayvon’s death. The President stated, in part: “You know, if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.” These words immediately made a racial case of this, as if any loss of life, regardless of skin color, isn’t as equal a tragedy.

So, I resist any invitation to jump on a bandwagon. The Radiance Foundation values human life—all human life from conception until natural death. We also value being well informed so that we can look at this present situation and react in a way that affirms life, not widen chasms among people with divisive racial rhetoric.

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No justice, no revival without repentance – praying for the family of Trayvon and all children and youth in the womb and beyond.

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

My friends, we must focus on THE KINGDOM OF GOD this Easter season. It won’t be the blood of goats and bulls and human blood that revives us. This Easter season must be a season of repentance, thankful for THE BLOOD OF JESUS!

The Pulpit, Hoodies, and the Gospel: In black culture, zeal for the House of “black” has outweighed zeal for the House of the Lord.

“There’s power in the blood of Emmett Till, There’s power in in the blood of Medgar Evers! There’s power in the blood of Dr. King!” – Jesse Jackson

When I read Jesse Jackson’s quote from a sermon this past Sunday, my heart began to burn. Then on yesterday, I attended a march in downtown Indianapolis where over 2500 people showed up seeking “Justice for Trayvon”. As I hurried out the door, the Lord instructed me to put on my preacher’s robe because He had something for me to say. I quickly wrangled my black robe (which previously I have only worn once to officiate a wedding) out of it’s bag and made my way to the rally. Within minutes of my arrival, I stood on a hill far away from the crowd and surveyed the landscape, taking in an image that mimicked the photos that so many of us have seen from the Civil Rights Movement Era. Then something surprising happened. A young pastor who I recognized, emerged from the crowd with a megaphone and began to run towards me. Within seconds, a throng of the crowd began to follow suit and within 5 minutes the whole crowd was standing below the hill looking up at where I was standing. To my right was this young pastor, to my left was an older pastor, and behind me was an Imam from the Nation of Islam and his whole security crew dressed in slick suits and red bow ties. I don’t know how it happened, I wasn’t an organizer or even a part of the event. Maybe it was the robe, but suddenly, where I was standing became the pulpit.

Read more…

Read what Ryan Bomberger had to say about the Trayvon incident HERE.

Read a press release by Black Pro-Life Leaders HERE.

Read an interview with Alveda King done by The Daily Caller HERE.

As I was thinking about doing these Trayvon interviews and what my colleague said that Trayvon has nothing to do with abortion or euthanasia this quote from Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta came to me and so I thought I would share it with you.

“The greatest destroyer of peace is abortion because if a mother can kill her own child, what is left for me to kill you and you to kill me? There is nothing between.” – Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

The killing of Trayvon Martin has destroyed the peace of his family, his community and indeed the nation.

The Trayvon killing has everything to do with abortion because as Mother Teresa said, if we accept abortion so readily the next progression is accepting the killing of those already born as evident by the two scholars that have proposed after-birth abortion.

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Vote Pro-Life….Promise! Pinky Swear!

Friday, January 13th, 2012

Have I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth? …Have I become an enemy to you because I have preached the truth to you? ….”Am I then become your enemy (an enemy in your eyes) by telling you the truth” Galatians 4:16

“When correction is wrapped in love, positive results are inevitable.” Asia Reeves

Friends, this is absolutely unbelievable, but most likely very true… Sad to say… Some people really believe that because I was very supportive of my friend Mr. Herman Cain when he was running for president, and now I’m off the political scene, that I was helping Mr. Cain because he is Black. If I was going to support a candidate because of skin color, I would have been on President Obama’s campaign team. I think everyone knows I was not a part of the Obama candidacy. Nothing personal, Mr. President, I just don’t agree with your policies that support the Planned Parenthood agenda.

Listen friends, I am no longer political. Period. During the 2008 elections, some may recall that I endorsed Governor Sam Brownback, and I helped Governor Mike Huckabee during his run. Then, while praying, I received a“word” that I was to stop endorsing and to start praying. So, I left the political train and started praying. During Mr. Cain’s campaign, I was more visible because Mr. Cain is a friend. I never endorsed him as a candidate, I just supported him as a friend. Since by his own testimony, Mr. Cain is not a politician, I found no conflict in helping a friend who wasn’t a politician try to bring some solutions to America’s problems. I have great respect for Mr. and Mrs. Cain, and it was an honor to stand with them as a friend at such a pivotal moment in their lives. Now, once again, I’m off the political scene, and only entered that arena briefly this season to help out a friend. As to voting, we must all vote pro-life. Period.

As to racism and skin color, skin color is like window dressing, with the house being the spirit and soul of the person. The body is temporal, the spirit and soul are not. So, we are one human race, and skin color is part of our earthly ethnic ID. We fight too much over skin color. Acts 17:26 says “And (God) has made of one blood all nations of people to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed.” So why are we as one human race fighting about skin color so much? It is a trick of the devil, people. So let’s move ahead to brotherly and sisterly love why don’t we?

My uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said: “Love is the most durable power in the world. This creative force, so beautifully exemplified in the life of our Christ, is the most potent instrument available in (hu)mankind’s quest for peace and security.”

Jesus says it best in Matthew 22:36-40 :
“Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law?” And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments depend all the Law and the Prophets.”

So let’s put the race and racism card to rest, and be one human race in love with each other God’s way, why don’t we?

Choose your candidate but make sure he’s Pro-Life, pinky swear?

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The Call Detroit 11.11.11

Friday, November 11th, 2011

November 11–12, 2011
24 hours, 6pm–6pm

On November 11–12, 2011, thousands from across America will gather to Ford Field (Home of the Detroit Lions) to fast, pray and cry out to God. We will gather to this city that has become a microcosm of our national crisis—economic collapse, racial tension, and the shedding of innocent blood of our children in the streets and of our unborn.

But the place where they say there is no hope, God has chosen as His staging ground for a great communal healing and His house of prayer for all nations. Therefore, we are calling the nation to a 24-hour solemn assembly, daring to believe that Detroit’s desperation can produce a prayer that can change a nation.

Come and take your place on the wall in Detroit, where we will ask God to send fire on our hearts, to forgive our national guilt and establish justice in our land.

If you can’t come to Detroit then Pray, Fast, and cry out the God where you are and join us in spirit. Together we can change our world.

The call will be broadcast live on God TV.

God bless!

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Hear Day Gardner and Alveda King on Alveda’s new radio show “Changing Your Community”

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Changing Your Community with hosts Emmanuel Boose and Alveda King will be on this Sunday at

They will be discussing Day’s recent press release, which can be found at

Day Gardner of National Black Pro-Life Union Agrees with Herman Cain, Planned Parenthood is ‘Planned Genocide’
Contact: Maggie, 410-760-3326,

WASHINGTON, Nov. 4, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ — The following is submitted by Day Gardner of the National Black Pro-Life Union:
The ’60s were an incredible time for black people. We were truly united in breaking down color barriers and the walls of inequality. We demanded our right to life and liberty and we pursued happiness. America opened her doors. While some of those doors flung open with ease — most had to be pried open with a crowbar or destroyed by a battering ram.

In pursuit of the American Dream we didn’t even notice the black hole of abortion swallowing us up — butchering black babies by the millions. Even our clergy and community leaders became blinded by the money, greed and political power that dangled in front of them. Black doctors, lawyers, educators, movie stars and business owners — looked to own the “Huxtable” life style of bigger houses, powerful titles, and flashier cars.

Hallelujah! We weren’t slaves anymore, we weren’t second class citizens anymore, but we weren’t “average” Americans either — instead we became a sought after voting block. We were so blinded by the bling of our own selfishness that we never even noticed that not everybody boarded the freedom train.

Our so-called black leaders even side-stepped Martin Luther King’s “Dream” for America — they focused on becoming self important demi-gods and didn’t care who they had to step on or how many little bodies had to be crushed to get there. Even members of the clergy turned their backs on the truth of God to satisfy their own appetite for massive churches preaching hollow God-less messages of live for today, garner wealth today — kill your child today — if he’s in your way, it’s okay!

According to the Bible children are “wealth.” According to God’s word children are a “heritage” and a “reward” and a “gift!”

The truth is Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger initiated the Negro Project in 1939. She hired black ministers and community leaders to sell abortion and sterilization to black congregations and neighborhoods in order to keep in her words, “human weeds” from growing — to eliminate us as a people. Black ministers back then bought in to her idea hook, line and sinker — and indeed, we have sunk — to the very depths of hell.

Today Planned Parenthood’s business model is still the same. Planned Parenthood still hires blacks to be the “delivery boy” with the message that if you are pregnant and young, single or poor the only answer is to kill your child. They say to hell with what God wants for you and His precious “gift” — kill that baby!

The Alan Gutmacher Institute which is the research arm of Planned Parenthood admits that more than 75% of all abortion clinics are purposefully placed in black/minority neighborhoods. Planned Parenthood workers have been caught on tape salivating … ready to receive money donated to specifically kill black babies.

Former black leader and Presidential hopeful Rev. Jesse Jackson once spoke adamantly and passionately about the un-Godly act of abortion. He stated: “Life is the highest human good not on its own naturalistic merits, but because life is supernatural, a gift from God.” He went on to say, “It takes three to make a baby: a man, a woman and the Holy Spirit.” He was a powerhouse — until he ran for President in 1984 — deciding that his political aspirations were much more important than the lives of babies and even more important than his relationship with the God he once served. Like Judas, he betrayed the innocent for 30 pieces of silver.

Enter Herman Cain. For the first time in a very long time we are seeing a different kind of candidate. He is fearless in that he is not shying away from difficult questions or issues. Planned Parenthood is a billion dollar abortion chain that has had a genocidal impact on the black community and Cain is not afraid to say so. Children are denied their most basic human right — which is the right to life; a right which our ancestors so proudly worked for, marched for and many of them died for.

Herman Cain realizes every American is an important and a vital piece of the fabric that makes this country great. Herman Cain is on the freedom train. He is a courageous business man — with a plan for all of America and I want that in a president.

All aboard!

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Fact Checker Spins Deceptive Abortion Web

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

“something is really off about this article. Usually the fact checker gives us the quote from the politician and then the actual facts. But this time, he gave us spin….” – Reader

I was outraged by an opinion article by Fact Checker’s Glenn Kessler in which he supposedly checked the facts about the comments Herman Cain said in an interview with Face the Nation’s host Bob Schieffer. The comments that were “fact checked” were comments related to Planned Parenthood’s eugenics history, their continued desire to facilitate abortions instead of really helping women, and the placement of a majority of their abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods, namely Black communities.

I wrote “fact checked” because Mr. Kessler didn’t just give us the facts but added his own opinion and then back up his claims by a statement made by and abortion business itself that Cain criticized. Why wasn’t any pro-life organizations contacted to validate Cain’s statements. Even a reader felt the article was skewed when he said, “something is really off about this article . . . this time, he gave us spin….”

What Herman Cain said in his interview was accurate. The abortion industry and the pro-abortion supporters can spin it any way they want but the truth is the truth. The statement about the clinics is verified by a report by Life Dynamics. Planned Parenthood does target the Black community and has been documented as accepting donations specifically earmarked for the abortion of a black baby.

A new video released by the National Black Pro-Life Coalition, “We’ve Been Guttmacher’d” speaks to the issue of clinic locations and their black population.

Another point is the article is the statement by Veronica Byrd, director of African American media, where she said that my uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. praised Margaret Sanger’s work. For years they have been trying to say that Uncle Martin supported their work and would still support it today. They point to his receiving the PPFA Margaret Sanger Award as proof of his support. I have been writing and blogging about this for years trying to set the record straight. Check out these two links HERE and HERE to find out the real truth about the award.

My uncle once said, “The Negro cannot win . . . if he is willing to sell the future of his children for his personal and immediate comfort and safety.” Abortion is decimating the Black community. Aborting a baby for one’s own personal comfort and safety is not something that my uncle would approve of.

Abby Johnson, a former director of a Texas Planned Parenthood abortions clinic has also spoken out against the “more” abortions mentality of the abortion giant. As a former director she has an inside track on their business model. After seeing an ultrasound guided abortion, she knew she could no longer work for Planned Parenthood. She left her job and placed her life in God’s hands. You can read her story in unPlanned.

In his article, Kessler quotes Ellen Chesler, board member for Planned Parenthood and Sanger’s biographers, “There is no denying that she allowed herself to become caught up [downplaying her role] in the eugenic zeal of the day and occasionally used language open to far less laudable interpretations,” including at one point saying birth control would lead to the creation of a “race of thoroughbreds.”

Sanger did much more that “become caught up” in the eugenics movement. She was a staunch advocate of the movement. A quick Google search of her name brings up many websites that talk about her. I like these ones in particular, Page1 and Page2.

And as for her ‘language’ being “open to far less laudable interpretations,” I don’t know too many ways to interpret her saying that “colored people are like human weeds and are to be exterminated. Other sayings hard to interpret any other way are in Page1 link above.

Additionally, Kessler tries to make you believe that Margaret Sanger was not racist by saying, “As with any historical figure, it is important to place Sanger’s views and attitudes in the context of her times.” In her times, she spoke at a KKK rally and wrote in an autobiography about the event, “I accepted an invitation to talk to the women’s branch of the Ku Klux Klan…I saw through the door dim figures parading with banners and illuminated crosses…I was escorted to the platform, was introduced, and began to speak…In the end, through simple illustrations I believed I had accomplished my purpose. A dozen invitations to speak to similar groups were proffered.” (Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography, P.366)

Examining another historical figure, Adolf Hitler, I’m sure that Kessler would say that Hitler probably didn’t really want to kill the Jews just because he ordered their deaths once you look at his views and attitudes in the context of his times.

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Alveda King “deeply saddened” by the loss of Dr. Fred Shuttlesworth

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Dr. Fred Shuttlesworth
was a giant among Servant Christian Leaders. When our home was bombed in Birmingham, Alabaman in 1963, Dr. Shuttlesworth was a source of comfort and encouragement to our family. My father, Rev. A. D. King worked very closely with Dr. Fred. The staunch and courageous preacher and Civil Rights Giant is credited as being part of the coalition that gave us the “Ten Commandments of the Civil Rights Movement.” He will be sorely missed.

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The Numbers Don’t Lie

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Yesterday I responded to a column by a Planned Parenthood employee that claimed that her employer was not involved in black genocide and that for anyone to suggest such a thing was not only illogical but offensive to her. I happen to know the truth about the numbers the abortion industry doesn’t want you to know. The numbers don’t lie. Follow the two links below and see for your selves and then you can decide for yourself what the real truth is. My hope is that you too will see what is happening to our community and will work to stop the genocide of the Black community before it’s too late.


Number One Killer

Fact: More Black babies have been killed by abortion that the total populations of Chicago, Oakland, Houston, Philadelphia, Miami, Dallas, Los Angeles, Detroit, Baltimore, DC, Atlanta, and Boston COMBINED.

Very frightening.

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Response to Circulating Email: Arrogance of Being President While Being Black.

Monday, August 1st, 2011

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Dear Fellow Americans, this mail is in response to an email titled Arrogance of being President while being Black. I am an African American woman. I am also the daughter of Rev. A. D. King ( I also am a part of what the Arrogance e-mail refers to as the Neanderthal “Far Right.” By the way, I do not feel as though I am about to vomit when I say Mr. President or President Obama. He is the President. As a free and independent thinker, I am very glad that America is still a land where we can vote as we feel led. I do agree that the office of the President is due respect. I call Mr. Obama President Obama always. Period. Even in my prayers. While I do not generally agree with many of his policy decisions, especially in areas of the civil rights of babies in the womb for instance, I love him and his family, and pray for them often, just as I would for Herman Cain if he was elected as President. It’s not the color of his skin but the content of his character and policies that I’m concerned about. You are right, he is the President of the United States. Romans Chapter 13 teaches us that all governmental authority is ordained of God. No President or elected official can rise to be elected to office if God does not allow it. We are also taught in the Bible to pray for those in authority so that we can live peaceful lives. America has been under the hand of God’s judgment for at least two Presidential administrations. That is the administration of President George W. Bush and now President Barack Hussein Obama. What are we going to do about it? Interestingly enough, many African Americans have hated President Bush, yet become very offended when people challenge the policies of President Obama. Some even dare to suggest that God loves President Obama more than he loves President Bush, or that God hates President Bush, or vice versa. Ladies and gentlemen, I dare to suggest that God loves us all very much, including our President. Let us trust God rather than human flesh. I invite you to visit this website:


Arrogance of being President while being Black

I don’t think anyone was under some real illusion that the election of Barack Obama actually means the end of racism in America . I’m pretty sure that the president-elect knew it better than anyone. After all, he saw it every day, from the moment he announced his candidacy. To some degree, he saw it within his own party during the primaries. And he saw it in all ugliness during the general election. For half of this country, he was “That One”. No matter how big and clear his victory was. No matter how smart he is. No matter how decent he is. No matter what a true patriot he is. No matter how optimistic and positive his vision for America was. All that didn’t matter. Because at the end of the day, he was still black.

I’m quite old. I remember, vaguely, where my parents were on November 22, 1963. I’ve seen so many presidents. Some were feared, some were hated, some were adored, some popular and some not. But all of them, without exception, were treated with the highest respect deserving the office of the president of the United States .

That is until a black man won the right to occupy this office. It’s been 13 months now, and in the eyes of so many, Barack Obama is still that one. He is being disrespected and at the same time being held to the highest standard of any president I’ve ever seen – and not just by the Republican side! He has to perform three times better than any president in history, and even that may not be enough.

For the media, he is many more times just “Obama” than “President Obama”. They create scandals out of nothing issues. It took them at least 6 years to start giving Bush a small part of the crap he deserved. It took them 6 months to begin crap all over Obama because he’s yet to fix the catastrophe that was left for him.

They use condescending tones when they talk about him, and only mildly less condescending when they talk TO him. With anyone else, CNN wouldn’t dare go to commercials every time the president speaks, like they did during that summit on Thursday. They wouldn’t dare be counting how many minutes George Bush or Bill Clinton were talking. Chris Mathews wouldn’t dare make an issue out of Ronald Regan calling members of congress by their first name, like he is not actually the president. They fully cooperate with the Right-Wing smear machine when it comes to president Obama’s national security performance – even if almost every independent and military expert actually thinks that he’s a terrific Commander-in-Chief. You’ll never see them on TV, and virtually no one from the Left, in congress and outside, defend the president on this matter.

I don’t care about the Far-Right. They’re just crazy ignorant Neanderthals. It’s the way the beltway and the mainstream treats this president that is shocking. On Thursday, almost every Republican had no trouble interrupting him in the middle of a sentence. They looked like they’re going to vomit every time they had to say “Mr. president”. They all had this Eric-Cantor-Smirk whenever he spoke. Then they went out and started to spit their stupid talking points, to the delight of the media. Sarah Palin, a woman who can hardly read, thinks that he was “arrogant” towards John McCain, and somehow this is an important news. Because you see, “Obama’s Arrogance” is the talking point of the day.

Oh, those talking points. He is arrogant (because he knows the facts better than all of them combined). He is an elitist (because he uses big words that they don’t understand). He is weak on national security (because he actually thinks about the consequences). He divides the country (well, he did that the day he had the audacity to win the election). Worst of all, he actually thinks that he’s the president. He even dared to say so on Thursday. How arrogant of him. You’d think that previous presidents didn’t have any ego. Somehow it turned out that the one president who treats even his biggest opponents with the utmost respect – is the arrogant one. I wonder why?

I expected that his winning the Presidency would bring out some ugliness, but it’s been far worse than I imagined. The racism coming from the Right is obviously clear and shameless, but there’s also some hidden and maybe subconscious and disturbing underline tone behind some of the things that I read here and throughout the Left blogosphere, even before the end of Obama’s first year – ‘He’s weak, he’s spineless, he’s got no balls, primary him in 2012′. It’ll be dishonest to deny that.

The fact is that for millions in America, Barack Obama is this uppity black man (Not even a “real” black), who received good education only due to affirmative action, and has no right to litter the sacred Oval Office with his skin color. They just can’t accept the fact that the president is a black man, who unlike his predecessor, was actually legally elected. But what’s really sad is that it’s not just the fringe, its deep deep in mainstream America .

Barack Obama’s ability to remain above all this slob, to keep his optimism and his strange and mostly unjustified faith in people, while continuing to gracefully deal with an endless crapstorm – is one of the most inspiring displays of human quality I have ever seen. And I can only hope that the Cosmos is on his side because God is and He never makes a mistake.

Sometimes, they make me feel ashamed to be a white man!!

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Thursday, July 7th, 2011

Film Screening


The stunning new feature-length movie that exposes a hidden plan
to eliminate the African-American Population.

Saturday, August 13th 2011

@ 7:00 pm

The Los Angeles Film School

 6363 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028


Parking is available for $8 at the LA Film School
For more information, please call and leave a message at 424-204-6296 (voicemail)

DVDs will be available for purchase at a discounted rate at the screening and online at

It is called Maafa21, a Swahili  word which means “A terrible tragedy” and used to define the time of the middle passage during  the slave trade and “21st century” because it reveals the “Maafa” has not ended but is still being carried out.

Maafa 21  exposes a plan to create “racial purity” that began 150 years ago and is still being carried out right now. It’s about the ties between the Nazis, the American eugenics movement and today’s “family planning” cartel. It’s about elitism, secret agendas, treachery and corruption at the highest levels of political and corporate America.  Maafa 21 and is routinely called “stunning,” “breathtaking,” and “jaw-dropping”  and will show you things the media has been hiding and politicians don’t want you to know.

Many viewers have said they were left “speechless” by what they saw and several have told us that it filled them with anger.  One African-American pastor and 1960’s civil rights activist said, “I had always been suspicious about some of this stuff, but this film connects the dots in a way I never really understood before.”  Another described it as “lightening in a bottle.”
Produced by Life Dynamics in Denton, Texas, Maafa21 has been shown twice in the Capitol Visitor Center Theater in Washington.

Shortly after its release, Maafa21 was selected as the featured film in the March 2010 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.  Audiences across the United States are gathering for screenings of Maafa21 in homes, churches, theaters, Universities, and community centers.

The DVD cover reads:
They were stolen from their homes, locked in chains and taken across an ocean. And for more than 200 years, their blood and sweat would help to build the richest and most powerful nation the world has ever known. But when slavery ended, their welcome was over. America’s wealthy elite had decided it was time for them to disappear and they were not particular about how it might be done. What you are about to see is that the plan these people set in motion 150 years ago is still being carried out today. So don’t think that this is history. It is not. It is happening right here, and it’s happening right now.

View the Trailer for Maafa21 Here

Sample quotes from the film:
“ Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided,
there was concern about population growth and
particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”
Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, July 2009

“Under the cover of an alleged campaign to ‘alleviate poverty,’ white supremacist Americans and their dupes are pushing an all-out drive to put rigid birth control measures into every black home. No such drive exists within the white American world.”
Black Unity Party, 1968

“ I consider that the world and almost our civilization for the next twenty-five years, is going to depend upon a simple, cheap, safe contraceptive to be used in poverty stricken slums, jungles, and among the most ignorant people.  Even this will not be sufficient, because I believe that now, immediately, there should be national sterilization for certain dysgenic types of our population who are being encouraged to breed and would die out were the government not feeding them.”
Planned Parenthood Founder, Margaret Sanger, 1950

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[WARNING: This video may not be suitable for children under age 13. Part of the film talks about racism and does mention some racial slurs.  The film also shows a video from Planned Parenthood that is not suitable for very small children. There is no profanity, but the subject matter and educational use of racial slurs are not for children. Please be aware that small children should not be in attendance.]

DISCLAIMER: Due to the controversial nature of this film, This program is not sponsored by the Los Angeles Film School.

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