Skip to comments.Tolerant Liberals Cancel Screening of Pro-Fracking Film at Festival in Minnesota
Posted on 01/20/2014 2:02:29 PM PST by Kaslin
The tolerant, open-minded environmentalists of the Left have struck again. This time, the pro-fracking film FrackNation by Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer has been yanked from the Minnesota Frozen River Film Festival.
FrackNation had already been accepted by festival organizers for a screening on Sunday but over the weekend it was announced the screening had been cancelled. The cancellation of the screening is a first for the festival, which has been around for nine years.
"The film festival organizers seem to hate alternative points of view, they seem to want to quash diversity. They seem to be scared of the truth," McAleer said in a statement. "Basically the Frozen River Film Festival organizers have given in to bullying and taken the easy way out and censored a film that might offend environmental elites who think they know best. These people are cultural censors and don't want the truth about fracking to be shown to audiences."
FrackNation the documentary that exposes Joshua Fox as a liar?
Downloading it now.
Aldous Huxley’s children.
This woman is awesome !!!!
Filmmaker/producer (FrackNation) Ann McElhinney discusses the human devastation that radical environmentalism causes.
Wonder how much $$ this film fest got from the Saudis and Prince Alwaleed bin Talal? Those folks want fracking to end along w their bud EnviroFascists
FrackNation was Crowd sourced, IIRC, via Kickstarter.
They probably thought it was an anti fracking film when they accepted it.
They list at least 2 anti fracking entries, Liberal hypocrisy
Folks, this isn’t brain surgery.
Stop buying tickets to these events.
Stop supporting the outfits that sponser these events, and tell them why you are no longer buying their goods or services.
Vote with your wallet.
For those who want to see a 6 minute video showing how horizontal drilling and fracking is done, Northern Gas and Oil has done a great one.
This includes a piece on how water tables are protected and contamination is avoided:
Knowledge is power, keep the link and pass it on.