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Evan Coyne Maloney does a good job at distorting the reality of the situation. His brand of shockumentary, akin to Michael Moore(though on opposite sides of the belief spectrum) does more to prove to me that he doesn't want the truth, he wants to catch people off guard so as to portray them poorly.
If he truly wanted to get this very important topic to be recognized and talked about, there are ways of initiating that without barging into offices with a camera and a large microphone. It was meant to intimidate and throw off his interviewees, and that helps no one.
Much of the theoretical speech I agree with. Affirmative Action is just another way for the government and big business to keep us separate, and consuming. Hate fosters fear, which becomes consumption. And Evan Coyne Maloney does a grate job at fostering hate with his film, Indoctrinate U, which is obviously more of a conservative slant film than a truly free discourse of information.
Thank you for the Indoctrination.
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