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The Best Film About Psychotic Black People You Will See All Day

By Jesse Taylor
Tuesday, June 7, 2011 21:04 EDT
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Someone's Twitter stream had a link to this mess up.  You see, some nutjobs have decided to make a film called "Gates of Hell" where abortion drives black people crazy and then they kill all of us, because they are dark angels of our souls, or something:

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".

Watching the trailer/sales pitch for the film (they're only $99,680 away from the $100,000 they need to do something something with this), the crux of this is clear: evil big government liberals use abortion as a secret method to commit mass genocide against blacks.  Blacks who are also the most reliable group of voters for evil big government liberals.   And are also a part of another conspiracy to have public money funneled to them so that they have more kids.  

It's like a completely useless cycle where you earn money to buy matches to burn money, but it involves black people, so the soundtrack is by Young Money.

One might argue, if one were painfully naive in a manner that bordered on certfiable brain damage, that this is simply an effort for "pro-lifers" to get their message out using the corollary of violent black people uprising against a system of oppression.  Of course, one might not have Googled the creatively named director, Molotov Mitchell (also known by the nickname on his birth certificate, "Jason").  You see, ol' Mol (or is it "Tov"?  I never know when people have ridiculously stupid nicknames) makes a lot of videos.  Some of them involve black people.

Some of them involve advocating for the murder of black people.  Bet you didn't see that one coming, eh?

Molotov…okay, buddy, I'm gonna call you Jason, because it's a lot hipper than "Molotov", which is basically a tool for winos who are done with their wino rags and ran out of money to burn.  Jason here advocated for the Ugandan anti-gay bill that would have allowed the government to kill gay Ugandans.  For being gay, not for having abortions, which is a totally different thing.

Now, you might wonder what makes a policy of murdering actual human beings better than a policy of allowing voluntary abortion, but that, ladies and gentlemen, is a gotcha question.  We don't think about the relative moral efficacy of comparative actions involving the same group of people.  Duh.  We care about the right people dying, and preferably white people not having to get their hands dirty doing it!

Incidentally, a sitting elected official is in this film, Representative Bobby Franklin of Georgia.  Now, do keep in mind that we just saw a married Congressman get shamed on national television for using the internet to have dirty chats and send pictures of his junk; surely a state Representative who's taking to the internet to make race-laden murder fantasies deserves some scrutiny, too?

Ah, well, probably not.  Let's tune in for the low-budget sequel to this, Gates of Crack-Addicted Black People Making Your GM Car.

Jesse Taylor
Jesse Taylor
Jesse Taylor is an attorney and blogger from the great state of Ohio. He founded Pandagon in July, 2002, and has also served on the campaign and in the administration of former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland. He focuses on politics, race, law and pop culture, as well as the odd personal digression when the mood strikes.
 
 
 
 
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