Tuesday, July 31, 2018







                                                                                       





A Decision Too Far
My official @netflix announcement will be forthcoming later today. #LetsChangeTheWorld pic.twitter.com/R1Gr5Wd7Yl

— MINISTER FARRAKHAN (@LouisFarrakhan) July 30, 2018




Netflix will begin offering a film chronicling the life of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan on August 1 despite the activist’s penchant for resorting to anti-semitic and anti-gay slurs.

The documentary, The Honourable Minister Louis Farrakhan: My Life’s Journey Through Music, was produced in 2014 by Farrakhan’s son and chronicles the minister’s life as an activist and fringe political figure.

The documentary will be released on August 1, according to a list of newly licensed films Netflix released this month. Farrakhan teased the Netflix release in a Monday tweet. [FULL]

SEE https://www.nationalreview.com/videos/the-lefts-louis-farrakhan-problem/ALSO

The Left’s Louis Farrakhan Problem



We here are acclimating to a decision to cut the cord to both Netflix and Amazon.  
Enough is enough.


6 comments:

Anonymous said...


Geez, I wonder who helped seal screwy Louie's deal, after they cut their own
deal with NetFix? BHO & Moochell?

Geo

Anonymous said...

Another reason to be happy about dropping netflix.

Eskyman said...

It's been over a decade since I cut the cable cord, and over 5 years since I dropped Netflix (yes, they're still emailing me to come back) and I haven't missed it at all.

You're a TV watcher, which I never was, so you might check into Kodi; friends tell me that it's great for free TV.

Dropping Amazon would be much harder. The mall I used to shop at is now just a hangout for the local thugs, and most of the shops there have gone; gotta get stuff somewhere, and Walmart doesn't have everything. Though I may not like Bezos' politics, he really does know his marketing: I can order something in the morning on Tuesday and it's delivered by the afternoon Wednesday, with free shipping, and often cheaper than the same item at Walmart.

So I see the Amazon Prime video lineup as a free benefit, since I'm a customer there anyway & I'm not paying extra for it.

Still, I do often wish that there was some more conservative oriented shopping, especially since the latest anti-2nd Amendment push is to get banks & stores to stop allowing sales of anything the Left doesn't like. That leads to bad thoughts while I'm cleaning my guns, so I wish they wouldn't do that!

Stu Tarlowe said...

Hey, why not? They're already about to debut a "documentary" series celebrating Trayvon Martin, Right? How many other scumbags can they make heroes out of?

USMC2841 said...

This is the type of programming that led people to cancel HBO and go to Netflix.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Fox News announces that after further consideration Hetflix decides against. WTF were they thinking?

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