Must See: Venezuelan Women Posts A Powerful Video, Pleads For Americans To PUSH BACK! Explains What Happened In Venezuela
A woman now living in Miami, Elizabeth Rogliani, has been posting messages warning Americans about the rioters trying to tear down statues. She lived through the socialist revolution in Venezuela and gives some sound advice that Americans need to wake up!
In this video Rogliani explains that first, it was the statues that were torn down, then the school curriculum changed, then movies were censored. She is telling Americans that we must push back against the cancel culture.
Like she says, the Cubans warned the Venezuelans, now Cuban Americans like me and Venezuelan Americans like her are warning all of you. It can happen here too and too many of you think it can’t. It happens FAST. Get involved in your community and push back. https://t.co/EBYfJnTW0e
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) June 23, 2020
Rogliani is warning Americans not to be appeasers.
@elilandia_Don’t be the appeaser. ##conservative
Here’s a great example of what Rogliani is saying, Variety magazine just posted an article demanding ten movies be pulled because they are “problematic films.” So what films need to be “canceled” next? Indiana Jones of course!
Steven Spielberg and George Lucas are generally compassionate filmmakers, but this film went a little too far in trying to replicate the mood of 1930s action serials. Like those old movies, the “exotic” villains are portrayed as primitive and bloodthirsty foreigners, resulting in negative and stereotypical depictions of India and of Hindu customs.
The action movie with Arnold Swarzinager “True Lies” also needs to go because the terrorists in the movie were Islamic extremists.
James Cameron is a rare filmmaker: a brilliant storyteller and a true visionary. But even a genius can make a misstep. The film is entertaining and has some terrific set-pieces, but the Arab characters are religious fanatics or terrorists, or both.
Don’t forget the movie that won six Oscars, Forrest Gump, too:
“Forrest Gump” was made by intelligent people, won six Oscars and is beloved by many. While the film is condescending to anyone with a disability, Vietnam vets and people with AIDS, among others, it’s actually hostile to protesters, activists and the counterculture. As a bonus, “lovable” title character Nathan Bedford Forrest was named after his grandfather, the first grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.