Tuesday, March 10, 2015

There's No Place Like Utopia; Problem

When Progressives are in charge                            
There's No Place Like Utopia

'Utopia' shows what happens to cities under 'progressives' 'Everything
had changed for the worse ... no one was progressing' utopia-film

Joel Gilbert's 2014 documentary film, "There's No Place Like Utopia," depicts Barack Obama as the wizard in an Oz-like story that offers some surprises.
  • Such as that Peggy Joseph – the Florida voter who became infamous during the 2008 presidential campaign for saying Barack Obama would "pay for my gas and my mortgage" – no longer supports the president.
"Obama has made promise after promise that have all turned out to be empty, all turned out to be lies," said Gilbert. "The people I met who supported him were literally in dungeons in the witch's castle, everything had changed for the worse – Detroit, South Side Chicago, Newark.

"Fifty years of progressive control over these cities demonstrated that no one was progressing, they were all regressing."

The movie takes viewers on a journey of discovery across America, emulating the highly successful style of progressive filmmaker Michael Moore.

In it, Gilbert depicts Barack Obama as "the Wizard" in the Land of Oz.

(via skoonj)

You can watch the full movie on Amazon, for one. I watched about 20 minutes and will give it a B for production value.  The problem with it is this.  Who's the market? 

The Choir?
Is there one  person here with the slightest doubt about what the "Utopian State" means to deliver?   And does not understand the methods used to employ it?  Who will not have seen, heard and understood every example given, including Peggy Joseph's idiocy?  We've seen it all.  Throwing  in some naked women, maybe with Rachel Maddow having sex with Ed Schulz might hold an audience.  I don't know.

Obama supporters?
Certainly not.  Even if they were somehow induced to watch, at the first criticism of Progressive policy they'd scream "racist" and run off to Snopes to have some fact refuted ala carte.  Hopeless.

So, what does it take to get the message across?  I have no real idea.  At some point they'll be taken by the IR
Schutzstaffe for interrogation.  Maybe for some apostasy, like criticizing the government demand that they install CCTV cameras in their homes. That might drive the message home.  But even there, they are just as likely to applaud the government's crime fighting initiative and happily comply. So, bottom line, and in our own self sefense, we just have to kill them all (oh stop, I meant that in the good way).  Sorry.


Anonymous said...

Didn't know Schulz was a catcher. Huh.

"Hey Peggy, might want to change your name to Juanita. Girrrl, you kind been replaced." -Anymouse

Anonymous said...

From; Ron in Ohio
Of course Snopes is silent (Nothing to see here folks, move along). But, just for the fun of it - Do a Google search for "There's No Place Like Utopia" and look at the obligatory, not so subtle, suggestions that Google has added, just to alert their reader's to the RACIST! nature of another criticism of their mess-iah:

Searches related to there's no place like utopia

joel gilbert

there's no place like utopia review

there's no place like utopia imdb

dreams from my real father


rotten tomatoes

frank marshall davis

persecuted (This last one, just so Google can drive-home their not-so-subtle message, is a real hoot, with Google leading-off with the dictionary definition:

past tense: persecuted; past participle: persecuted

subject (someone) to hostility and ill-treatment, especially because of their race or political or religious beliefs.

But- If ya' do another Google search for "SNOPES: There's No Place Like Utopia". Guess what? Nary a peep. PS: If instead you do a DuckDuckGo ("The search engine that doesn't track you") search, you will get ONLY the results that ya' ask for, no subtle or not-so-subtle Liberal B-S.

Anonymous said...

I think you mean FREE on YOUTUBE and *NOT* Amazon.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

No, I meant it is available on Amazon, and free with Prime.

Southern Cross said...

From a land downunder - Here in Oz we`ve certainly got our share of problems but you guys have got your share and maybe a couple of extra shares as well .

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