A Tragedy of Unspeakable Proportions

In case you may have missed it, Maafa21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America (2009) reveals how the African American population was targeted by a malicious and far-reaching eugenics program dating to the postbellum era, one that exists to this day via birth control and abortion, the latter of which seizes well over 250,000 Black lives every year.

Late 1960s cartoon illustrates how the US medical and pharmaceutical industries perpetuated the decade-long eugenics program against Black Americans.

Maafa is a Swahili word which means “a terrible tragedy,” referring to the deadly middle passage of the slave trade. All indicators clearly point to how the “Maafa” continues relentlessly in the 21st century, as African American political leaders and celebrities are cynically manipulated to publicly assert, “Black Lives Matter”.

From the documentary’s main description:

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.

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  1. The eugenics movement is alive and well, that is the one redeeming concept. But this is fatally flawed in scope and context by limiting the eugenics movement to race.

    We have just finished Edwin Black’s “War Against the Weak,” which liberally quotes the authors of the US-based eugenics movement that ultimately informed events in Germany. It is important to understand that the Irish, the Polish, and many other groups also were targeted.

    It is also important for all to wake up to the difference between the Nazi party – a German affair – and the Nazi movement, which IS international and never skipped a beat. The elite who embraced what was simply called ‘the plan’ – the eugenics movement – did not change, get religion or retract a word. Rather eugenics informed US Rockefeller widget and NAZI MOVEMENT FOUNDER Eric Rudin, who was Swiss. Rudin educated German medicine in eugenics, which was going on all over the world. He in fact was demonstrated a failure in science and arithmetic, but instead was a consummate administrator. He alone transmogrified medicine, setting it up as systematized death now deployed through “big pharma,” corporate medicine and especially chemtrails and food wars. This is the weapon now pointed at all humanity, not just “colored” people by the elite.

    Rudin was Swiss, and his native Switzerland revoked his citizenship for his part in writing Hitler’s racial purity laws and educating medical personnel (half the Nazi-era college students were medical students, as the Nazi movement was ultimately a medical movement) to pursue death. When he was banished post-war, he was interned in the US, then released in 1946 to “practice psychiatry” (he invented psychiatric genetics, which falsely ascribes heredity to everything psychological). Here is a case study of how the Nazi movement was international, not German.

    The eugenics movement has seamlessly morphed into big medicine, and ultimately the fatal jab.

    Eugenics, to most of the elite, was not about creating a master race. It was about killing off the inferior in their sight, and making a slave race out of all who survived. This is so important to understand: that it was not about color.

    1. Well said Horsegirl. But your incorrect about your statement. “Eugenics, to most of the elite, was not about creating a master race.
      But it was and always has been. Satan the author of confusion hates the family of God. (All of us) And atheist hates the simple Biblical story of Adam & Eve.
      Having lived in the United State for 30 years ,with 15 years as a US citizen(citizenship granted as a combat veteran) I can truly say it’s the least racist country in the world. And I’ve lived and spend times in quite a few. Including university schooling in London. There has been a underground awaking in America for years regarding the eugenics movement involvement in the black (native Americans community) and the medical field /industry was created by eugenic. Anthony Sutton “How the Order Controls Education “ book explains this.
      Just research the sordid story of Henrietta Lacks ( first known woman SV40 test subject) I met her granddaughter 20 years ago in Baltimore,MD. when I was working there and doing clinicals for my RN degree. By the way she was of Native American heritage.

      Please take the time to watch the linked video, some of its content you may disagree with but this young man has done his research and so did I about 10 years or so regarding the paper genocide in Virginia and Maryland and Vermont. Just a few of the states I’ve lived and worked in. My last profession was in Computer science and data analytics and I worked for the Census bureau on two occasions. So I guess you can say I got the inside scoop. We’ll all slaves in their eyes and they’re getting desperate, a human revolt is needed soon.


  2. Excellent documentary to understand the other side of the eugenics coin. I don’t buy into the trans Atlantic slaves trade narrative due to studying Melvin Herskovitz pseudo science research on the middle passage theory.
    Off topic but have anyone ever wonder why the population of African heritage is higher in Brazil than any other country in the Western Hemisphere? And their birth rate is higher and not affected by local planned parenthood organizations.

    Maybe it may be their belief in God or the strong Catholic presence in that country.

  3. Black crime also matters. According to US Federal crime stats, some 2500 blacks are shot and killed by other blacks each year, mainly in the major Democrat-controlled cities. Where is the outcry over this?

    By contrast, “birth control” is a voluntary procedure, and is now considered a “woman’s right”. If such unwanted pregnancies were brought to term, who would be stuck with the cost and the responsibility?

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