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John J. Jakubczyk has been active in the Pro-Life Movement since 1975.  He served as President of Arizona Right to Life, Arizona's largest, oldest and strongest pro-life organization.  He was on the board of AzRTL for many years and now acts as the Arizona delegate to the National Right to Life Committee.  As the founder and president of Southwest Life & Law Center, he continues to use his legal skills to assist in advising, counseling and defending women, children, pro-life activists, organizations, as well as victims of abortion. A national speaker, motivator and adviser since the 1980s, he is very familiar with the history of the movement at the national level.   A founder and past president of Ville de Marie Academy, he served as a trustee for 15 years.  He has been an attorney in private practice for 35 years, is active in his church, married, the father of 11 children, and a proud grandfather.

Saturday, September 05, 2009




The headline is not original. For many years during the late 1960s and 70s, Black leaders would start their speeches on their view that abortion was being pushed as a means of eliminating the Africa-American community. Civil Rights leaders from Jesse Jackson to Dick Gregory to Stokely Carmichael would allude to the paucity of real concrete assistance in the ghettos, but the over abundance of family planning clinics focused on reducing the Black population. Then Jesse decided he wanted to be president, organizations financing the civil rights struggles told leaders to hush when the abortion issue came up and another cover up in American politics took place with nary a complaint.

During the years that have passed, many of us would raise the issue of black genocide only to find the audience uninterested in what was happening in “those” communities. Yet the statistics reveal that over 37% of the abortions in the United States are committed on African-American women.

Now a new documentary has arrived on the scene. MAAFA 21 is a serious fact intensive documentary that exposes for the first time on film the systematic effort by the racists in America to exterminate the Black population through abortion and birth control. Done in the style of Ken Burns, this documentary walks the viewer from the end of the Civil War to the present day. It weaves a compelling indictment of the racists in America who attempted to control, lessen or even eliminate African- Americans once they got their freedom.

Produced by Life Dynamics and directed by Mark Crutcher, every person who cares about the problems caused by abortion will want to see this film. Not only that, but you will also want to show any person who doubts the corrosive effects abortion has had on the culture.

Planned Parenthood is the primary focus of the documentary once the history is presented. Founded by Margaret Sanger an avowed racist and bigot, and originally known as the American Birth Control League, Sanger’s organization had strong ties to the Eugenics movement, which held that Blacks and other non-white races were inferior to the white man. Crutcher reveals the close ties the leaders of the American Eugenics Society had with the Thirds Reich prior to World War II. The film connects the dots and presents a strong indictment of the elitist mentality that controls the Democratic party today as well as many huge international business conglomerates. A film that will need to be viewed over and over again, I recommend MAAFA 21 to anyone who wants to help make a sea change in the struggle to end abortion in America.

Fortunately there are now many organizations standing up to the abortion industry within and among the Black Community. Leaders like Alveda King, niece of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., are leading the fight to expose the racist eugneic nature of Planned Parenthood.
View the trailer