Skip to comments.Oscars Go COMMUNIST: Winning Producer Quotes KARL MARX...And Obama Praises Her
Posted on 02/09/2020 9:07:19 PM PST by montag813
by Lynn Foster
The Communist Manifesto got a shoutout during the 2020 Oscars.
Julia Reichert, the co-director of best documentary winner American Factory, which was produced by former President Barack Obamas new film company, apparently quoted from Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels infamous book during her acceptance speech on Sunday night.
Working people have it harder and harder these days and we believe that things will get better when workers of the world unite, Reichert said.
The quote was a riff on the last lines of the 1848 political document, which are frequently translated from German as Workers of the world, unite. You have nothing to lose but your chains!
The quote was also famously one of the official mottos of the Soviet Union before its fall. Communist regimes in the last century were responsible for the murder of more than 100 million people including tens of millions murdered by the Soviet Union.
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And the obamas score millions.
And then Jane Fonda gave out the award for Best Picture.
Algore still has obozo beat in the grifter department.
I love it!
The man is to the right.
I can’t unsee that.
Good lord, that’s a woman, or a freak of lgbtqrmlnop?
I only wish I live long enough to piss on Fonda’s grave.
They didnt JUST go communist they have been a Marxist, communist for decades!!!
These people don’t give a s__t about working people. Commies just see them as useful idiots for their own personal power grab.
That's a woman?!
I’ve always wondered what happened to him.
So they won’t mind if we “redistribute” their movies?
Communism and Socialism are like living in an ant farm, when you are a ‘worker’ ant or a reproductive male. There will always be a ‘queen’ (e.g. a Communist leader and a politburo), and as a ‘common’ worker or reproductive male you will be anonymous, lack true freedom, and have no ability to self-determine.
If you pinheads want to live that way, go ahead, but don’t even THINK about trying to force me into that existence. I will take you apart, or die trying. I have zero desire to live in the world you envision. Ironically, if you ever have the opportunity to live in the world YOU envision, you will want to die also.
She has cancer, likely terminal.
They made a documentary about a local Chinese owned automotive glass factory. A few years ago they made a documentary, "The Last Truck" about when the same factory was shut down by GM.
The radio station I listen to was giving updates about "American Factory" winning.
Dude it was for best documentary. Nobody but a few folks here and some other place care what it (the winner) had to say.
1917 won some awards and I heard the Korean film was pretty good.
The “working people” LMAO. It’s the simplest mantra that attracts millions of the idiot masses going in and gets millions murdered coming out.
The movie probably grossed in the Hundreds
The Obamas backed a film about American factories? Like, those things that were never coming back, but then they did?
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