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"Free at last, free at last. Thank God Almighty, we're free at last!" Nearly a half-century after these words were spoken, has Dr. Martin Luther King's dream somehow become more elusive? In RUNAWAY SLAVE, Rev. C.L. Bryant journeys across America to find the answer. Using leading black conservatives as "conductors," this one-time NAACP local chapter president blazes a new Underground Railroad to help liberate all Americans from the Government plantation that through entitlements has created a new form of slavery. Celebrate freedom! Written by
First off, it's obvious that Liane Blanco hasn't watched this. It's ironic that they use the word "VOMIT" in the review when all they did was regurgitate the information listed about the movie. Second, It's fairly clear that zxzx4 hasn't watched this either and it's almost comical that they say it's "insulting to minorities" when the vast majority of the opinions and facts are offered by blacks. Are you saying that they are insulting themselves? Regardless, based on your review, you didn't watch this. As far as PezzHead232's review, do you not see the lack of logic to complain about who funded this yet you don't seem to care about who funded the anti Koch Bros propaganda you're talking about? Talk about a lack of intellectual honesty.
This film is about the destruction of the black family in America since the 1960's that has been perpetrated by the progressives in a small part by the republican party but mainly in the democrat party. It is very informative and taps some of the greatest conservative black minds this country has to offer. If anyone has a clue as to what is going on in black America, it's CL Bryant. This film discusses what is wrong in the black community and how it can be changed and is definitely worth watching. I rated this a 9 out of 10 because I feel it could have done without some of the filler cinematography and still made it's point.
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