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Great movie/documentary! I watched years ago on Netflix while searching for left leaning documentary. I was wrong. It is a great flick explaining the differences from a unique perspective supported with facts and actual video.
I don't know how anyone with the ability to reason with facts could not fully embrace the message in this film. Bravo Reverend Bryant!
An excellent movie about freedom and how the people should be free of their government and not slaves to it. Slavery in the modern sense of course meaning people hooked on entitlements and handouts from the government.
The movie discusses the history of slavery and how it was the Democrats where the party of Jim Crow Bull Connor and the KKK, that enslaved people. The Republicans were the ones who freed them.
Funded by Karl Rove Freedom Works this movie provides that some AfroAmericans can be as political deluded as anyone else. This movie contains all the hyperbole, meme and stereotyping and distortions that Tea Partyers live and progressives shrug their shoulders at. To hear AfroAmericans defend and glorify slavery and accuse the civil rights movement as slavery was distressing. Abortion, civil rights, democrats and welfare are the new slave master according to this movie. This is a movie Neocon/Tea'ers love and will love because it has all the hyperbole and hand washing they desire.
If you think government entitlement programs are a positve thing, you won't like this movie. This stark look at the facts will leave most liberals reaching for the 'off' button. But, if you don't suffer from truth aversion you may find this one as do most audience critics here do. A must see documentary!
A must see for a balanced view of African American culture.
Saw this movie on Netflix. It was excellent! Intelligent arguments, great analogies. Must see!
History lesson about the truth of slavery and who really supported that evil institute