New anti-choice film about black terrorists killing abortion doctors

Move over, racist anti-choice billboards, looks like you have some competition.

Wow. There’s not much you can say about a film that depicts big angry black men killing off abortion doctors because a government conspiracy of mass genocide against the black community. I’ll let the synopsis speak for itself:

Black power. Abortion. Terrorism. “Prophetic fiction”. Three years in the making, “Gates of Hell” is a documentary from the year 2016 that chronicles the crimes of a band of domestic terrorists known as the Zulu 9. Finnish filmmaker Ani Juva travels to the United States to better understand the mysterious black power assassins, the bizarre eugenics conspiracy theory that drove them to commit extreme acts of violence and how America’s political landscape was transformed forever. Blending real history and real public figures with a fictitious (yet plausible) future, it is safe to say that you have never seen a film like “Gates of Hell”.

Wow. One thing worth noting is what Jesse from Pandagon pointed out: The film’s producer Molotov Mitchell also created a little video not too long ago advocating for the “Kill the Gays” bill in Uganda. Yeah, the one that wanted to make being gay punishable by death. So portraying abortion in the U.S. as genocide of the black community (and in a pretty damn offensive way) is a noble cause, but advocating for the genocide of gay Ugandans is totally cool too — because, you know, they deserve it. As well as abortion doctors.

Oh and on top of that — one of our U.S. Congressmembers, Rep. Bobby Franklin of Georgia, makes a cameo appearance. Just. Wow.

Approximate transcript after the jump.

You would think it’s crazy for me to walk into a restaurant, blow a guy away, flesh out rounds, rip em apart, but they don’t think it’s crazy that five minutes prior I was there to finish him, he was ripping babies apart. I think people — in that. What I do is what’s needed.

Tragedy trikes today…

An African-American male was exiting the parking lot in a black van.

Abortionists…they got killed with a hand grenade.

I will never perform another abortion.

Planned Parenthood…in its ability to be strong.

Why can’t I find an abortion clinic in your neighborhood but they’re all over mine?

We wanted to make everyone aware of black genocide. They were targeting the clinics…

You brought us here to this country, you made us slaves, treated us like dirt, then you want to take and kill us off cause you don’t know what to do with us. You created this.

I don’t even know why we’re making this video. Simply put, abortionists, I’m gonna kill you.

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