Pro-Aborts Deny Maafa21, Abortion-Eugenics Link Exists

Opinion   |   Ryan Bomberger   |   Feb 1, 2012   |   5:25PM   |   Washington, DC

Lie. And then lie some more. It’s nothing new for pro-aborts. Yes, I actually used the term “pro-aborts” because they are a special class of “pro-choicers” who will justify abortion for any reason and at any cost., originally funded by Ted Turner (who advocates that the world implement China’s Barbaric One Child Policy) is a bastion of perpetually contradictory, statistically and historically challenged pro-aborts. Recently, they launched a comical attack on prolifers, charging that we’ve been completely silent on the issue of forced sterilizations in North Carolina.

We’ve led this fight. In fact, thanks to Mark Crutcher and his team at Life Dynamics, we’ve been given a powerful tool, in Maafa21, to show the depths to which the eugenics movement forces population control, disproportionately, onto black communities. Civil rights champions like Dr. Johnny Hunter, Pastor Stephen Broden, Dr. Alveda King, Rev. Clenard Childress, Day Gardner, Catherine Davis, Arnold Culbreath, Dean Nelson, Dr. LaVerne Tolbert, Rev. Walter Hoye, and many more have been sounding this alarm for a long time.

File this in the same category of millions of coat hanger deaths, “safe, legal and rare”, and “we trust (black) women”.  Desperate to defend their sacrosanct act of abortion, pro-aborts invoke a world of fantasy devoid of facts or easily discoverable history.

Maafa21 contains that history. I’ve never seen anything more in depth, more thoroughly researched, more shocking than this unapologetic exploration into the genesis of America’s largest population control chain, Planned Parenthood.  Blogger Pamela Merritt (whose claims have no merit) blasts prolife advocates for being silent on the issue of forced sterilization, the very issue boldly illuminated by Maafa21 and written about hundreds of times, especially by prolifers who are (gasp) black! (See here, and here, and here, and here, and here, and here…ok, you get the point).

Maafa21 introduced the world to Elaine Riddick, a prolife champion, who was forcibly sterilized by the state of North Carolina. NBC’s Rock Center with Brian Williams failed to mention the documentary as they featured Elaine’s horrific story recently. Life Dynamics was the first organization to expose eugenics programs, nationwide, in a diligently researched video that RHRealityCheck excoriated numerous times and dismissed as a ”pseudo documentary”. They obviously have never watched it.

The Radiance Foundation’s campaign exposed the evils of the eugenics movement as well, and was (predictably) maligned by mainstream media as “conspiracy theory”.  Lazy journalism aside, a second grader could do an online search and find the irrefutable documentation in less than a minute. We revealed how the eugenics foundation of Planned Parenthood’s past has never been severed from its present.

I even debated the President of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (detailed in Maafa21) on NPR’s “Tell Me More” with Michel Martin. They heavily edited only my perspective, but I understand their pro-abortion slant, as Pamela Merritt is a featured contributor to the “Tell Me More” program. She’s also the author of the self-denigrating blog,

Is it any wonder clarity is an elusive thing for abortion apologists?

Merritt and the merry band of pro-aborts at know one thing—sheer dishonesty. They can’t possibly champion justice for those forcibly sterilized while simultaneously praising Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood, the mainstream outlet of such eugenic ideas. They can’t stand that history, science, and statistics defy them at every turn. So they turn to what they do best…lying.

In the end, the women they supposedly “trust” are fed a daily diet of pro-abortion lunacy that has no moorings in reality. In the real world, though, there is quantifiable collateral damage that results from their world of make-believe. Lives are forever scarred by pro-aborts’ religious devotion to abortion. And that’s something we’ll never be silent about.