MAAFA 21 The documentary showing racist eugenics still in use

Submitted by Dan Beyer on September 17, 2009 – 6:31pm.

From Maafa21 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.


We pray to the Lord for more exposure on the darkness of evil. Thank you for making this film.
From: Carol of England

This is what happens when the govt. is allowed to get involved with reproduction. God Bless you for making this video. Evil comes this way hither. It’s not as bad as we thought. It’s worse. To those who want to manage this world, WE ARE CALLING YOU OUT!

It’s amazing how many people who are involved in politics believe in Eugenics. Thank you for getting the word out about this disgusting ideology.
From: Scott of Charlotte, NC

This is a wake up call film.
From: Joe of NYC

The outlook I have after reviewing the Maafa 21 video has left me speechless. the revelation of this information must be shared in the African American communities. We must reeducate.
From: Lettie of Cincinnati, OH

I had no prior knowledge of eugenics and I am grateful that I now understand. I have passed on the knowledge I have acquired from this documentary to other young brothers and sisters. I just hope that there will be more filmmakers who dare to delve into the dark past in hopes of truly uncovering the truth.
From: Kassie of Brooklyn

There needs to be a screen set up in all black communities so they can view this video. The trailer alone was enough to move a mountain, so black people need to move with it.
From: Sonya of Atlanta

I watched this documentary and I was so shocked. This is so sad and I have no idea how someone could have so much hatred towards a race. This is a must see for all people, not only blacks.
From: Anonymous

I am trying to wake black people up everywhere that the people that they are voting for support the organizations that originated from a movement of eliminating them from American society. It isn’t easy but it is more than necessary. I am willing to be demonized to protect the future freedoms of black children and grandchildren because like my child, they’ve been endowed by their creator with life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
From: Trey Roberts of New Orleans, LA

I have heard of many of the things in this film , but never realized to what extent they were happening. This movie must be seen by everyone. A mass murder right before our eyes. When are we going to wake up!
From: Charlie of Dekalb, IL

As much as that video is overwhelming, the sad truth is we are living it everyday. I truly believe that if Black people as a whole watched this, it would help us to see how to heal one another and stop ALLOWING others to determine our destiny. Excellent piece and I will definitely support bridging the gap in our culture.
From: Devonna of So. California

This DVD is mind blowing and so, so disturbing! I am getting it in the hands of everyone willing to watch.
From: Sandra of Tucson

Nothing but praise for Maafa 21.
From: Claire V. of Boulder, CO

It knocks you off your feet!
From: Robert H. of Aurora, CO

The biggest enemy we have now is our ignorance. We have been feed a line so long that this is for our good, and they have used blacks who wish to have status among them to push this agenda. My prayer is that every black person in this nation wakes up, before it is too late. Wake up black people now.
From: K. Nichols of Rock Island, IL

In an age of radical deceit, it is such a refreshing and encouraging thing to see people of truth telling it like it is. The ultra elites are out to destroy us all, and since they are radical racists, they are targeting the people of color even more. I pray for justice everyday.
From: Allen

This documentary should be mandatory viewing in every school in America. Every pastor, every politician, every body needs to see this film!
From: Michael of Chicago

I’m am thankful to GOD for coming across this historical piece of documentation. I, being a Caucasian and like many of same, never knew the truth. When I became a “re-born” Christian, I found the truth in His love for everyone. Thank you for the exposing one of the horrible inhumanities to man.
From: Charlene of Sugar Land Texas

I am American-Indian, and it really does not matter, because this is the sickest thing I have ever heard of. They want to get rid of American-Indians, African-Americans, other races, sick people, gay people, and yes, this goes for Christians, too. I believe it goes for anyone that is not totally Aryan. Sick idiots! They need to think again! This makes me angry!!!
From: Smallchero of North Carolina

“Amazing, I was so moved and infuriated by the film. Thank you for your exhaustive and impeccable research.”
From: Katie W

“I was struck by the quality of research and the quantity of documents. Maafa 21 was stunning.”
From: Sylvia B.

“The film is amazing, I pray this gets out to America fast.”
From: Peter S.

“It was stunning. Much of it I already knew, but there was a lot that I didn’t know. The documentary puts the pieces together very well.”
From: Steve G.

“I am deeply touched by the documentary. Your research was very, very well done, covers all the bases and leaves your jaw hanging.”
From: Doug C.

“Good God, if this doesn’t motivate the black community into action nothing will. What a triumph!”
From: Brian C.

“Powerful, well researched. Dramatic. I need to express my outrage at the forced sterilization. I heard this before, but never such depth. And I never knew they sterilized children! that part really made me sick. This film was extremely powerful, more than I expected.”
From: Mary Z.


“I was moved to tears!”

“I came here with an opposite mindset and I am leaving with another. My life has been changed forever.”

“As a white person I was never too much into apology for slavery because that was in the past. When I saw what was still going on today, I was embarrassed and mad. I am going to get involved to stop this Maafa.”

“I was impressed by the high quality and the documentation shown in such an eloquent manner that educated you and stirred your soul.” (Side note: this is from a high ranking military official that actually bought 25 copies)

“This is not a home run. It was a grand slam.”
From people who saw it at the
Capital Visitors Center in Washington, DC.

“Thank you for cooperating with the Holy Spirit to piece together this professional and fascinating piece of journalism. Everyone was moved that saw it.”
From: Nancy S.

“Just watched the documentary. It’s an impressive achievement. The picture it paints of government complicity in attempted racial genocide is quite sickening. It gives me some hope that the Black community will wake up soon. If they don’t, they will be a historical footnote.”
From: Doyle C.

“I bought the video, we must pass this on…..”
From: Gary P.

“This documentary really sheds light on the corrupt influences in politics in America and the world (UN).”

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