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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One Sided But Dizzying in effect

    Although this film does not pretend to be a pro-free-market movie, it makes it rife for accusations for right-wingers because of polarizing personalities like Zinn, Chomsky, and Moore. However, it delves into highly relevant topics like corporate espionage, inducing bad chemicals (Monsanto, for instance), and propping up power and having the biggest concentrated power in the history of the world. I was intrigued by the straightforward answers of most of the businessman people and they showed how incredibally and terribally arrogant they are. Don't these people have any moral fiber? As the film pointed out, industry has grown mostly out of chaos and war i.e. the Civil War in America and World War II. Don't forget there would be no Hitler without IBM. As was seen in the movie because of the extreme right-wing globalization movements of the last half century since the corporation really picked its feet up, governments in Bolivia and Argentina (Hugo Chavez) are having equally backlashing movements, often, regrettablly, with violence. The USA, if pressed, as they have been by this most amoral regime, would rebel with equally or even more heinous fighting because our country is near a civil war, in my opinion (and I am surprisingly a moderate to coservative Deomcrat, in the line of Kennedy, and revolution for me is the antithesis of progress). Ladies and Gentleman, as Henry Rollins says, "When cornered, never relent."

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