Gates of Hell screengrab from movie trailer (Pic via Vimeo)
Gates of Hell screengrab from movie trailer (Pic via Vimeo)

New film imagines a future in which African-American terrorists murder abortion providers

By | 06.22.11 | 3:12 pm

The movement linking abortion rates to race has not gone away. The latest installment of this anti-abortion rights campaign is the movie Gates of Hell. The film portrays a world in which a terrorist group of black men called “Zulu 9″ mass-murder abortion doctors.

Gates of Hell joins a list of movies with anti-abortion messages currently in post-production and seeking distribution.

According to Right Wing Watch, the movie is being produced by Molotov Mitchell. Mitchell is the video commentator for the ultra-conservative website, WorldNetDaily. His production company, Illuminati Pictures, has produced anti-abortion rights videos in the past, as well as other videos on right-wing topics.

However, Mitchell’s latest venture has him teaming up with a Finnish director to create a film described as

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.

In a video with the film’s director promoting the movie, Mitchell compares abortion in the U.S. to the slave trade.

“Here in the United States, the U.S. government has done all kinds of crazy things to try to control the population of the black community,” Mitchell says.

In a promotion for the film on WorldNetDaily Mitchell said, “This film could do more damage to the abortion industry than anything we’ve seen. ‘Gates of Hell’ raises questions about Planned Parenthood’s racist history in a way that’s never been done before. It combines the real past with a fictitious yet plausible future. It’s a conspiracy thriller with some very complex themes. But best of all, it casts a vision of what a post-abortion America could look like.”

This movement attempting to link abortion rates to genocide has gained speed, as of late. A presidential candidate has touted this message, billboards campaigns seen all over the country have made the same controversial claim and mainstream anti-abortion groups have also joined this campaign.

As of now, the film’s distribution plan includes a tour of 20 American cities. According to WorldNetDaily, “a deadline of Aug. 4 has been set to raise the $100,000. If the all the funds do not come in by then, the accounts of those pledging support will not be charged.”

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