12 May BloodMoney: The horrors, the politics and the money behind the abortion industry
“We had a whole plan to sell abortions and it was called sex education: breakdown their natural modesty, separate them from their parents and their values and become the sex expert in their lives so they’d turn to us,” states a former employee of Planned Parenthood in the new documentary “BloodMoney.” “Our goal [at Planned Parenthood] was three to five abortions from every girl between the ages of 13 and 19.”
This new production can arguably be called the first professionally filmed documentary on the history, the politics, the money, and the horrors associated with the abortion industry. As you might guess, the folks at Planned Parenthood and the entire pro-abortion cabal are not pleased about its release. Already organized protests are beginning to form and theater owners are reluctant to present the documentary in their establishments. A press release from the producer Roman Jaquez and director David Kyle states:
The Albany, New York premiere of the documentary film “BloodMoney,” which was originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 5, has been rescheduled for Friday, May 14 at the Madison Theater at 1036 Madison Avenue in Albany. The film is scheduled to continue running at the Madison through Thursday, May 20. Showtimes will be listed at www.madison-theater.com and www.bloodmoneyfilm.com.
“The film was originally scheduled to premiere at the Spectrum 8 Theatres in Albany,” said producer Roman Jaquez. However, the management of Spectrum 8 Theatres cancelled the premiere. According to Jaquez, Spectrum 8 management informed him that the theater had received phone calls from individuals who indicated an intent to engage in protest activity outside the theater if the premiere went forward. “We were disappointed with the cancellation, but we are very pleased and thankful that the Madison Theater has agreed to premiere ‘BloodMoney’ and to continue screening the film next week,” Jaquez added.
We invite you to take a look at the trailer and then go to the BloodMoney website and click on the “sign-up” link where you can choose to add your name to a list of those who want this film to be shown in theaters nationwide. Whether you agree with the content or not, the film should be allowed to be shown and then judged on the quality and merit of its information. “The Inconvenient Truth of Abortion” deserves equal time. We think even Michael Moore should be able to agree with that.
Hopefully, BloodMoney will be coming to a theater near you soon.
Again, you can go here to sign-up to support this documentary.