Sunday, March 16, 2014

Trailer: Dinesh D'Souza's America

In his original film, Dinesh D'Souza compared his very similar background to Barack Obama's and questioned how and why Obama despised America so much, while D'Souza loved America so much, in spite of all their similarities.
You may recall the documentary blockbuster of 2012 Obama 2016 by conservative Dinesh D'Souza, who now faces FBI Indictment charges for something like campaign funds (but really it's because he dared to criticize Obama, that's what happens with a tyrant); Mr. D'Souza has released his next film, America, due out in theaters July 4, 2014:
Please, recall, Mr. D'Souza is not a natural-born America, rather, he immigrated from Bombay, India to make a better life for himself in America. On the official website, What If America Never Existed?, Mr. D'Souza comments:

There is a crisis in America — an identity crisis. What does it mean to be an American? Is America moral or is America’s wealth a product of theft? We will also contrast the principles that built America, the spirit of 1776, with the ideas that are weakening America — the spirit of 1968. Which America do you want?

The "identity crisis" of which he speaks is real, and we see it constantly in films today, either actual or implied. Liberals attempt to enforce and deepen the identity crisis while conservatives attempt to resurrect the pride and dignity that has suffered such continual assault since 2008. Here is the trailer for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, due out in November, which asks us the same questions as America:
I am confident that Mr. D'Souza's newest film will cast a most unflattering light upon the liberal agenda as the light of truth and majesty of America's inherent greatness is allowed to shine again.
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