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Friday, September 12, 2008

Please take the time to see “Earthlings”.

As we contemplate our future while discussing the merits of differing fuel sources, let’s also discuss how we treat the least among us, the animals we live with.  This is a very disturbing, but extremely important documentary.

I watched this 80 minute documentary last night and had difficulty going to sleep.  The images were too striking for me to dismiss as isolated events.  Understand that what is presented here is just the trailer.  I’ve read that the video is on Google Videos.  I haven’t checked so I don’t know for sure.

If you are strong enough to watch this video in its entirety, take the time to talk about it to the people in your life that you care about.

“OF ALL THE FILMS I HAVE EVER MADE, THIS IS THE ONETHAT GETS PEOPLE TALKING
THE MOST. FOR EVERY ONE PERSON WHO SEES EARTHLINGS,THEY WILL TELL THREE.”
-Joaquin Phoenix, actor/narrator

“IF I COULD MAKE EVERYONE IN THE WORLD SEE ONE FILM,I’D MAKE THEM SEE EARTHLINGS.”
-Peter Singer, author Animal Liberation

“EARTHLINGS IS THE DEFINITIVE FILM OF ALL TIME THATAMERICANS DON’T WANT TO SEE.”
-Gretchen Wyler, The Humane
Society of the United States

“EARTHLINGS IS THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST OF ANIMALRIGHTS FILMS.”
-Aint It Cool News

“FOR THOSE WHO WATCH EARTHLINGS, THE WORLD WILLNEVER BE THE SAME.”
-Tom Regan, author A Case
for Animal Rights

“EARTHLINGS MAY BE THE MOST POWERFUL FILMEXPERIENCE I HAVE EVER KNOWN!”
-Brent Emery, Senior VP, Maverick Films
“EARTHLINGS IS NOTHING SHORT OF A MASTERPIECE!”
-Lionel Friedberg, producer Animal Planet

“PROVOCATIVE AND DEFIANT. THIS IS A DEFINITIVE MILESTONE!”
-Edmund Stone, In Defense of Animals

“WATCHING EARTHLINGS IS THE GREATEST GIFTI HAVE EVER RECEIVED.
I CANNOT BELIEVE HOW IGNORANT I HAVE BEEN IN THE PAST.”
-Bryce Dallas Howard, actress

“IT IS A RARE EXPERIENCE TO BE CHANGED BY A FILM.  EARTHLINGS HAS THAT POWER.”
-Persia White, actress/activist

“THE MOST POWERFUL MOVIE I HAVE EVER KNOWN."-Robert Cohen, NotMilk.com

“THE CITIZEN KANE OF DOCUMENTARY FILMS.”
-Linda Blair, actress/activist

“A REAL TESTAMENT TO THE QUALITY OF A FILM.EARTHLINGS IS AMAZING!”
-Professor Cristina Gibson, UC Irvine

“ONE OF THE MOST PERSUASIVE MOTION PICTURES EVER MADE!”
-Ron Lipshultz, director
Green Reel Film Festival

“VIEWERS WILL NEVER BE THE SAME."-Carly Harrill, 944 Magazine

“BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM OF THE YEAR!”
-Progressive Awards, PETA

“ABSOLUTELY EPIC!”
-John Feldmann, musician Goldfinger

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Thursday, January 24, 2008

INTERNATIONAL BLACK FILM FESTIVAL PRESENT ‘BANISHED’ A FILM BY MARCO WILLIAMS

INTERNATIONAL BLACK FILM FESTIVAL PRESENT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ITVS COMMUNITY CINEMA PRESENT A SPECIAL SCREENING OF ‘BANISHED’ A FILM BY MARCO WILLIAMS

*****Award winning filmaker Marco Williams confronts the legacy of ‘banishments’ in some of the whitest counties in America*****

*****’Banished’ is a documentary about--banishments--- a wave of racial purgings that tore through the South 100 years ago*****

*****’Banished’ opens the wounds of history and confronts the issue of reparations*****

AT THE NEW YORK BAHA’I CENTER

53 East 11th Street (Between B,Way & University)

DATE: Monday, January 28, 2008

TIME: 6:00-10:00PM

FREE REFRESHMENTS

FILM SCREENING, DISCUSSION, NETWORKING WITH FRIENDS

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Suggested Donation $10. (No one will be turned away)

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Thursday, January 17, 2008

IBFF is hosting John Sayles’ provocative new film “HoneyDripper” starring Danny Glover

IBFF Members and Supporters:

the IBFF is hosting screenings of John Sayles provocative new film “HoneyDripper” starring Danny Glover @Cinema Village located on 12th Street between University & 5th Avenue this (1/17-1/20/08) Thursday @7:15pm Friday @ 7:15pm Saturday @7:15pm and Sunday @1:50pm and 7:15pm.

The film is set in rural Alabama during the 1950’s and has a stellar cast that includes Danny Glover, Charles S. Dutton, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Stacy Keach and others.

HoneyDripper contains the uplifting and informative messages that are the hallmark of the IBFF and we urge you to join us at the cinema this weekend.

Sincerely,

Allen C. Dawson

Director, IBFF

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Monday, September 17, 2007

La Raiz Olvidada

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INTERNATIONAL BLACK FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS

A SPECIAL SCREENING OF “LA RAIZ OLVIDADA”

A FILM BY RAFAEL REBOLLAR AT THE NEW YORK BAHA’I CENTER

LOCATED @ 53 EAST 11TH STREET (BTWN UNIVERSITY & B, WAY)

JOIN US ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND FROM 6-10PM

“FREE RICE AND BEANS”

FILM SCREENING, DISCUSSION, NETWORKING WITH FRIENDS

DOORS OPEN @ 6PM / FILM BEGINS PROMPTLY @ 7PM

DONATIONS SUPPORTS THE IBFF

****La Raiz Olvidada (The forgotten Root) is a documentary about the profound cultural and economic contributions of enslaved Africans in Mexico (New Spain)****

*****The Forgotten Root is a film about the influence of enslaved Africans on Mexican culture*****

*****Media that Matters*****

*****Film will be followed by a discussion on African identity in Latin cultures *****

See, also http://www.blackfilmfestival.net

See, also http://www.americanlegacymag.com

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Suggested Donation $10 (No one will be turned away)

Rice and Beans prepared by La Nueva Conquista Restaurant

Contact Rafael @ 516-225-2681

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Thursday, April 05, 2007

AFROMEXICO Project in Albuquerque

April 7
Film Series/Ciclo de Cine
[This is the first in a series of film exhibitions curated by Gene Grant, noted journalist and film critic./La primera en un ciclo de cine organizado por Gene Grant, renombrado periodista y crítico de cine.]
“A Tree from Two Separate Seeds,” by Trifari White (2001, U.S., 5 min).  An experimental examination of the director’s African-Mexican roots; a colorful journey of two seeds planted to produce a woman who is grounded by the Orishas and her ancestors.
“La Raíz Olvidada” (The Forgotten Root), by Rafael Rebollar, (2001, Mexico, 50 min, Spanish with English subtitles). Documentary details the history of Mexico’s often overlooked African populations and argues that Mexico’s famous mestizaje must include the important contributions of African groups. Mr. Rebollar will be present to discuss his film./Este documental trata con las historias, poco conocidas, de los pueblos afro-mexicanos y sus importantes contribuciones al mestizaje mexicano. El Sr. Rebollar estará presente para discutir su documental.

4 p.m.
Wells Fargo Auditorium, National Hispanic Cultural Center
FREE Admission/Entrada GRATUITA

July 14
Film Series/Ciclo de Cine
“The Underground Railroad in Mexico,” by Curtis Muhammad (U.S., 2004, 30 min, English).  Documents stories of those of African descent in Mexico, based on a series of ‘story circles’ where participants sat together in their community and told stories about their experiences.
“La Tercera Raiz” (The Third Root), by Rafael Rebollar (Mexico, 1992, 30 min, Spanish with English subtitles). Documentary focuses on daily life and cultural traditions of Afro-Mestizos living in the Costa Chica, area of Mexico’s Pacific Coast./Este documental explora la vida cotidiana y tradiciones culturales de los afro-mestizos de la Costa Chica, area de la costa pacífica.
“De Florida a Coahuila: Historia de Los Mascogos” (From Florida to Coahuila: History of the Mascogos), by Rafael Rebollar (Mexico, 2002, 48 min, Spanish with English subtitles). The remarkable story of a rebel people, the Mascogos, known in the United States as the Black Seminoles, who resettled along both sides of the Mexican border./Una historia iluminante de un grupo de rebeldes, los Mascogos, conocidos en Estados Unidos como Seminoles Negros, quienes se establecieron en la frontera méxico-estadounidense.
4 p.m.
Wells Fargo Auditorium, National Hispanic Cultural Center
FREE Admission/Entrada GRATUITA

Todo por el momento,
Saludos,

Eduardo Díaz
Executive Director
National Hispanic Cultural Center
1701 4th St. S.W.
Albuquerque , NM 87102
(505) 246-2261


http://www.nhccnm.org

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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Adult Footage of “Superhead” to Be Released

For those that wanted to see her in action and see how she got the name. You will have your chance.

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Date: Wednesday, April 12, 2006
By: EURweb.com

Is it a coincidence that one day after Karrine Steffans appears on the “Oprah Winfrey Show” to discuss her years of being a self-described “video ho,” an adult video company announces the upcoming release of a film depicting her “one and only scene in the porn industry?”
Steffans, the author of “Confessions of a Video Vixen,” will have another skeleton from her closet tumble out via the forthcoming Vivid Entertainment adult film “Superhead,” also the nickname that followed her within the entertainment world.

“She wrote [“Confessions Of A Video Vixen”] to expose Jay-Z, Ja Rule, P Diddy and all these other guys in hip-hop, and now we can see her just before she joined those guys,” Howard Levine, national sales manager of Vivid, told AVN.com. 

The film was reportedly pieced together from an old scene featuring porn star Mr. Marcus for his “Cool Spot” DVD. The new film, due April 19, uses the original footage as well as unreleased material from the shoot.

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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Tyler Perry’s ‘Reunion’ tops box office

This was a good movie for those that have seen the plays he did do some combining of stories to make this one but all in all, it was still great!  I recommend you see it and it has some funny moments too.  Madea does not spare the rod!
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Date: Monday, February 27, 2006
By: DAVID GERMAIN, AP Movie Writer, APonline

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tyler Perry fans reunited at theaters for another tale of mad black women. “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Family Reunion,” a comic drama in which writer-director Perry also stars in three roles, debuted as the weekend’s No. 1 movie with $30.25 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.

It was a second gold mine for Lionsgate Films, which also released Perry’s “Diary of a Mad Black Woman,” the movie that opened as No. 1 with $21.9 million on the same weekend last year.

Lionsgate hopes to have a third Perry movie out over the same weekend next year, said Steve Rothenberg, the company’s president of distribution.

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“It’s a time when we can really dominate the box office,” Rothenberg said. “If we were out at Christmas, we’d be competing with the big holiday and Oscar films, but late February with Black History Month and less competition is a great time period for us.”

This weekend’s other new wide releases flopped. The Weinstein Co. animated tale “Doogal,” a fairy-tale adventure with a voice cast that includes Whoopi Goldberg, Kylie Minogue and Jimmy Fallon, debuted at No. 8 with $3.6 million.

New Line’s crime thriller “Running Scared,” starring Paul Walker as a mobster scrambling to recover a gun used in the slaying of a cop, opened at No. 9 with $3.1 million.

Walker also stars in last weekend’s No. 1 movie, Disney’s dog tale “Eight Below,” which slipped to second place with $15.7 million. “Eight Below” grossed $45.1 million in 10 days.

Though “Madea’s Family Reunion” opened more strongly than “Diary of a Mad Black Woman,” the overall weekend box office declined. The top 12 movies took in $99.8 million, down 4.4 percent from the same weekend last year.

Based on Perry’s stage play, “Madea’s Family Reunion” depicts a variety of domestic crises as a clan prepares for a reunion. Among the characters Perry plays is the heavyset, pistol-packing Grandma Madea, whom he also played in “Diary of a Mad Black Woman.”

The film was shot for just $6 million.

Perry’s stories about empowerment of women set among Madea’s family have a built-in following among black audiences familiar with his plays and video versions of the tales. Black women 35 and older made up 52 percent of the movie’s audience, according to Lionsgate.

“The themes Tyler Perry presents resonate very strongly with the black community,” said Paul Dergarabedian, president of box-office tracker Exhibitor Relations. “It reminds me of ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding.’ It has elements of comedy and drama and community that just definitely works.”

The South African film “Tsotsi,” a nominee for best foreign-language film at the Academy Awards, opened strongly in limited release with $78,000 at six theaters, for a healthy $13,000 average.

By comparison, “Madea’s Family Reunion” averaged $13,788 in 2,194 theaters, “Doogal” did $1,557 in 2,318 cinemas, and “Running Scared” averaged $1,909 in 1,611 theaters.

Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc. Final figures will be released Monday.

1. “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Family Reunion,” $30.25 million.

2. “Eight Below,” $15.7 million.

3. “The Pink Panther,” $11.3 million.

4. “Date Movie,” $9.2 million.

5. “Curious George,” $7 million.

6. “Firewall,” $6.3 million.

7. “Final Destination 3,” $5.35 million.

8. “Doogal,” $3.6 million.

9. “Running Scared,” $3.1 million.

10. “Freedomland,” $2.9 million.

http://www.blackamericaweb.com/site.aspx/entertainment/index/madea22706

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Thursday, February 23, 2006

Jamaica Considers Banning “Brokeback Mountain”

Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2006
By: EURweb.com

The Jamaican Cinematograph Authority was expected to decide Tuesday (Feb. 21) whether it will allow “Brokeback Mountain” to be played in theaters throughout the country. 
The critically-acclaimed love story between two cowboys played by Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal is scheduled to premiere today at a single theater in the Kingston suburb of Liguanea. But its screening on the island has been opposed by the country’s clergy. 

“We don’t want people to support the showing of this movie here because it would send the wrong message to the public,” an official of the Fellowship Tabernacle in Kingston, told the Jamaican Observer. 

Elder Allan Russell at the Emmanuel Apostolic Church said that the film represented an effort by Hollywood to “indoctrinate the world to a most sinful act” and warned that it should be barred “before any further damage can be done to the minds of our people.”

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Sunday, September 11, 2005

“Million Dollar Baby” movie review from a $10 guy.

WOW!

This movie is so very good.  Each of the three characters are so complex in this drama.  It is no wonder that it was awarded 4 Oscars.

The story is about a female boxer Maggie Fitzgerald (Hilary Swank) looking to become a better boxer.  She seeks a trainer in the form of Clint Eastwood’s reluctant boxing gym, trainer character Frankie Dunn.  He claims not to train girls though.

Morgan Freeman (Eddie Scrap-Iron Dupris) plays Clint’s friend, former boxer and boxing gym handyman.

Anyway, the girl gets trained, becomes a winner, tries to take care of her shi**y trailer trash family and starts to see the world through her boxing talent.

Everything is going great for the unlikely three until an accident causes everyone’s life to change drastically.

Take the time to go to the library to check this movie out.  You’ll be glad you did.

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Saturday, August 20, 2005

Aeon Flux is a Baaaad Girl!

I borrowed this comic video many years ago from a friend in Georgia.  Now it’s being made into a movie.  I can’t wait.

Charlize Theron has skinny legs, but that shoud help her as the super-bad, morally corrupt, Aeon Flux.

This is less a review than a public announcement of my can’t-wait’d-ness.

http://www.aeonflux.com/

This movie is based upon the popular animated spy TV show of the same title, which aired on MTV in the early 1990s.

In the 25th century, a rampaging virus has forced the remnants of humanity into the seclusion of a final city. There is great political conflict within, however, and this is the story of an acrobatic assassin, Aeon Flux, whose latest target is the government’s top leader.  Filming wrapped by the end of 2004, with the final budget coming in around $55 million.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

The movie adaptation of George Orwell’s “1984”

Forgive me in advance.  Sometimes I don’t know when to shut up.

I watched it last night.  I liked the movie, but as expected it was a bit disturbing how people just so readily accepted what the authority figure (Big Brother or BB) said was true.  I couldn’t help but to draw parallels with the War in Iraq.  Big Brother told the people that the citizens of Oceania were at war with East Asia and they believed it.  The Oceanese people believed that there was always a conflict between the two countries because it was so widely reported as being true.

So many people immediately believed President Bush when he claimed that Iraq was a threat to the USA because the “experts” said so.  Now we know that it was all a bunch of lies.  The President has carefully manipulated the information to make most people believe that Iraq had something to do with 9/11.  It seems that more and more people are starting to understand that the President has designs on changing the regime in Iraq for reasons other than “The War on Terrorism” or “The Global Struggle Against Violent Extremism”.  Choose your preferred term carefully because one is PC and the other is just plain stupid.

Anyway, back to “1984” because the movie went so far as to show that BB would have no problem imprisoning a person because they thought differently than BB wanted them to think.  If you go so far as to question authority, not only will BB take your freedom, BB will take your mind from you too.  The Patriot Act has people thinking and saying, “If you’ve done nothing wrong, why are you worried?” I’m worried because this Act is making people afraid to speak their minds for fear of government retaliation.  Nevermind that our Constitution is supposed to allow a person the freedom to speak their own mind, but to remain free after speaking their mind.  That part isn’t important anymore because all it takes is to have one person pissed off at you to submit your name to authorities and you can be under surveillance for speaking freely.

I don’t care about the Constitution, because GOD gave me the right to speak, not a piece if paper in a hermetically sealed container in Washington, DC.

Does anyone feel safer now that Saddam Hussein is in jail?

That’s all.  I’m going back to sleep now.

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Friday, July 22, 2005

Hustle & Flow

After hearing buzz and reading a review about the movie and Terrence Dashon Howard, I think I am going to have to figure out a way to see this movie in the theatre.  Since becoming a mom, I don’t get to see movies in the theatre much (gotta love Netflix).  But there’s nothing quite like seeing a film on a large screen in a dark theatre.  If someone sees this movie and has comments, please post them.

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Thursday, July 14, 2005

I saw “Team America: World Police” Tuesday night.

I’d like to say that I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time.

The movie starts off with the standard R rating text except that it adds this line, “GRAPHIC CRUDE & SEXUAL HUMOR, VIOLENT IMAGES & STRONG LANGUAGE, ALL INVOLVING PUPPETS”.

That should have been enough information right there for me to decide that I was in over my head.  But I wasn’t brave enough to approach the DVD player.

The movie was hilarious.  Sure there were weak parts in the movie, but they were so short-lived to make them practically nonexistent.

My favorite parts were:
1.  When the actor puppet gets drunk and pukes for a full 60 seconds on screen.  This scene I didn’t fully see the first time because my eyes were closed too tightly because I was laughing so hard.

2.  When Kim Jung Il sings about how lonely he is to be the King of Korea.

3.  The looks on the faces of all the people in the world that are “saved” from the WMD’s by Team America.  Team America is too arrogant to realize how destructive and egotistical they are.  The producers make this a direct statement on the US’s foreign policy to go in shooting with or without the agreement of the world’s governing body, the UN especially when there is proof to the contrary of their beliefs.

4. It was just funny to see the puppets fighting and trying to walk in a straight line.

I say that this is a definite movie to watch.  Especially if you are in a mood for a completely over-the-top, adult themed movie with lots of explosions and extravagent sets and costumes. 

Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that there is puppet sex in this movie.  So don’t watch this in your family room unless the children or immature adults are absent.  The puppets are completely nude and are there is no doubt what they are doing.

Go to your local library and enjoy yourself by checking this movie out.

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Saturday, May 28, 2005

Movie Review! “Hotel Rawanda”

This will be a hard review to write.  I waited a while to see this film/DVD and it surpased my expectations right away I will tell you that my rating for this film is a 6 out of 6 stars and I believe everyone should set aside some time to view the film not only will it possibly change your views on humanty but it just might have a gigantic opportuntiy at wedging some love in your black hearts for you family as well ~ this film may hold they very key to success in the modern world around us; that key - compassion the film spells it out cleanly and in a dignified way. 

The main character Paul ,the hotel manager, is so obsessed with stockpilling favors from his military friends that frequent his five star hotel and love his scotch.  Quickly Paul’s attitude changes from neccesity when he returns home from work and finds his wife and 15-20 neighbors hiding in his upper middle class paddock/home.  They are hidding in the safe-room from the soliers that are storming the streets and looting and pillaging the neigborhood.  Soon a miliraty vehicle shows up and demands his presence at the hotel because there is a disturbance P aul realizes he can not leave any of these people behind or they will be murdered.  He pleads for thier passage and packs them all into his passenger van enroute to the Hotel Rawanda.  On the wa the make a stop at a local bank where Paul is forced to get some keys that are of special interest to the sargent.  in the time that it takes to fetch the keys from the vault the sargent has changed his mind about the extra travelers: he demands 5,000 francs for each ones life.  Of course Paul does not have that kind of money on him there are too many people but quick thinking saves his travelers and family.  He begs the sargent for the lives of his family for a fair sum and offers the rest of the money for the rst of the people and asks that he allow them to pay what they can - of course money watches chains etc come forward imediatley.  Paul also promises 10,000 Francs for the lot and the sargent agrees.  they travel off to the Hotel Rawanda once inside Paul opens a safe gets the money exchanges for the people and brings them inside.  By this time its a full war zone outside the Hotel and inside its more of a triage and refugee camp.  He manages to find accomodations for all of his family and friends.

It was this one scene in the movie that really got a hold on me the deep compassion that Paul showed his fellow man so deep that he was willing to risk everything his job, everything, to save thier lives, and i asked my self would i do that?  I would like to say that I would - untill faced with the challenge I’ll never know exactly what I’m made of, but I sure would like to think that GOD blessed me some courage like that, now that man saved some lives not just some lives some lineage, some stories, he saved some roots, some deep roots.

I still insist that this is a MUST watch film.  For me it was much less about the battle between the Tutsis and the Hutus; Although that was extreemly educational for me.  For me it was the tender relearning of what compassion really is and why it is SO important!

Again 6 out of 6 stars.  And a strong reccomendation to watch if not to purchase

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Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Movie review : “The Manchurian Candidate”

It gets just 4 out of 6 stars.

I felt that this movie didn’t do justice to the first movie which I really enjoyed.

The movie is about brainwashing soldiers in time of battle to to further the ends of politicians fearful that the USA will change into a society that the politicos aren’t welcome in.

I say they do it everyday themselves.

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