A new documentary on systemic racism against Black people in America and Africa when it comes to medical atrocities and misdeeds makes a compelling case for why there is so much distrust and hesitancy about the experimental Covid-19 vaccines.
“Medical Racism: The New Apartheid,” explores a historical account of medical atrocities on Black people in South Central Los Angeles and the Republic of Kenya in Eastern Africa.
The film exposes Big Pharma’s medical experiments and “drug dumping” in modern day Africa and the World Health Organizations (WHO) 2014 population control campaign to sterilize a million Kenyan girls with infertility chemicals hidden in tetanus vaccines, according to filmmakers.
It also counters government, health officials, and big drug makers’ claims about the experimental Covid-19 vaccine being trustworthy and safe.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., founder of Waterkeeper Alliance and founder, chairman of the board and chief legal counsel for Children’s Health Defense, is one of the film’s producers. He is the son of former U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy.
“Either the top regulators in the country are completely unfamiliar with the vaccine safety science or in some cases they were lying about it,” said Atty. Kennedy as the trailer begins. It continues with news reports of how drug maker Pfizer said test results show its vaccine candidate is 95 percent effective, but how those in the trials for both Moderna and Pfizer described side effects.
The trailer premiered March 12, and a limited-time, full viewing is available at medicalracism.org. The entire film first screened during the “Covid 19: The Virus and the Vaccine” plenary session during the Nation of Islam’s Annual Saviours’ Day Convention in Chicago, Feb. 26-28. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has warned Blacks and Indigenous communities against taking the experimental Covid-19 vaccines and has called for examining what other countries, namely Cuba, are working on for treatments.
The documentary’s executive producer is David Center, inventor and tech visionary. Kevin D. Jenkins, CEO of Urban Global Health Alliance, Student Minister Abdul Malik Sayyid Muhammad (formerly Tony Muhammad), Student Western Region Minister of Min. Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, and author/historian Curtis Cost are co-producers.
One man in the film who identified as a Native American wept when he said that the U.S. government already destroyed the Cherokee Nation with smallpox. “That was very detrimental to my people. They did nothing of it. They almost eradicated us,” he cried.
From the country’s post-Civil War era, to the Tuskegee Experiment to the present, “Medical Racism” shows how racism in the drug industry impacts the perception of others and why, when people’s bodies and risks are involved, government control should not be a factor. The film also explores how people can feel empowered to have a voice about their choices.
Mr. Cost feels a key thing people can take away from the film is that they cannot blindly trust doctors, or hospitals, and they have a right and obligation to ask questions, and to do their own research.
“I think the most important thing is that we are entering a realm of the unknown. And this unknown realm can have very serious implications. We’re playing with genetics, and that is the foundation of all living things, and we don’t know! That’s the big thing, we just don’t know,” Mr. Cost told The Final Call.
“To get to this point now, to where we were able to come up with a documentary that proves that the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and what he has been saying all along, is true—how can we trust a nation and an industry that has such a treacherous history when it comes to Black people and people of color?” he continued.
“I pray that we the members of the Nation of Islam, we should really get behind this to help sound the alarm. And this should be sent to family members, friends to take a look at, because right now, we’re stating our (NOI) case,” said Student Min. Muhammad.
“This documentary proves our case against our government and why we cannot trust them, even when they are using Black faces to parade out in front of us, coerce us into taking their vaccines. We can’t do it,” he added.