What happens when a female Finnish film director comes to America to investigate allegations of U.S.-government genocide against blacks down through history? The production of a movie unlike any you’ve experienced, set to debut this year on screens across the nation and bearing the ominous title, “Gates of Hell.”
Produced by Illuminati Pictures – headed by WND video commentator Molotov Mitchell – and taking a fearless approach to issues like forced sterilization and the epidemic of African-American abortion, “Gates of Hell” is set in the year 2016.
Producers describe the film 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, it is safe to say that you have never seen a film like ‘Gates of Hell.'”
One Zulu 9 member, justifying the violence perpetrated by the group, states in the film:
“You brought us to this country. You made us slaves. You treated us like dirt – and then you want to take and kill us off ’cause you don’t know what to do with us! You created this.”
Mitchell notes that the fast-action film is all about controversy and conspiracy – “stuff gets blown up, but it’s very thoughtful.”
The film’s distribution plan includes a tour of 20 American cities, Mitchell explains in the promotional video:
Mitchell is in the process of raising $100,000 to fund the film’s tour – covering theater rentals, promotional materials, Web teasers and other costs. Those donating at least $50 are recognized in the movie’s credits as “producers.”
Says Mitchell: “‘Gates of Hell’ – there’s never been a movie like it … not even close.”
Details on the various levels of funding – and what donors receive with their support – are outlined on the film’s page at the website MegaSuperGood.
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.
So, why be a part of a project like “Gates of Hell”? Answers Mitchell:
“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.”