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post recent documentaries and films you've seen lately that were good. doesn't have to be 'left' or 'anti-capitalist' (altho thats always appreciated). i'm just bored and need some media to consume other than the dore.




I'd also give /film/ but something tells me it's too far right.



The Death of Stalin is probably the funniest comedy I've seen in years, thought it's pretty anti-Stalin/Stalin's USSR so hopefully you're not a ☭TANKIE☭. The Act of Killing is also pretty great but just about everyone who's on this board has seen it lol


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If you have time why not watch the greatest movie ever made?



Damn, what a bad taste



>/film/ might be too far right

>recommends /tv/

It's full of Jew baiting/race baiting



I'm in no way an expert when it comes to horror, that said saying that a movie like It Follows is the best horror you have ever seen means you didn't saw many.

Rosemary baby's is probably my favorite.

Alien, Picknick at hanging rock, texas chainsaw massacre are also viable candidates for me.


I've watched Annihilation recently, and thought it was stupid. I don't really care that much about logical mistakes, as long as they allow for a good plot, but the ending was just ridiculously unsatisfying, the characters made out of wood.

The only good scene was the bear attack and I guess parts of the surreal flora and fauna.


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If you want to see a good horror movie.



You wot? Alien is the best sci-fi/horror movie ever made, It's because of james cameron that is a meme.

Texas and rosemary baby are both better than it follows because they both aged really well. The gritty and realistic visuals of texas have yet to be surpassed or even achived by any other movie.

Rosemary shits easily on every other horror ever made just for how realistic can be even if it has supernatural motifs in it


If you've never seen it, you absolutely have to see A Cloclwork Orange by Kubrick. It's s a fucking masterpiece and manages to be simple, deep and stylish at the same time.

Also, if you like absurd cinema and want to laugh at the bourguoise a little bit there is The Discrete Charm of the Bourgoisie by Buñuel.

If you want to laugh like an idiot all the time at everything, everything by Monty Python is fine (i suggest Life of Brian or The Meaning of Life).

If you want an action film which is not stupid, there is Fight Club.

If you like cyberpunkz, there is Ghost in the Shell (it's anime but it's good, if you have a prejudice against the media).

I think i put enough films. Probably you don't know a lot of cinema if you're asking for stuff to watch (i have a to-watch list of kilometres), so if that's right avoid The Discrete Charm of the Bourgueoisie because it's a little bit difficult if you're not used to that kind of stuff.



>Fight Club

Ok, I'm coming off as an elitist piece of shit in this thread. But no. That movie is shit. Unironically the worst Fincher ever made, yes alien 3 was better.

Like the book, the movie, doesn't work that well when you know the twist. Also it just tries too hard, edgy bullshit.

If you never saw kubrick don't start with clockwork



lol this must by copypasta



I can't argue with that. Fear is subjective, but how well made is a movie is not.

Hannibal? I guess the silence of the lambs is worthy (I wouldn't call it a horror tho) but the sequels all suck hard. The show is better than all the sequels.


>OP asks for films

<gets recommended Fight Club, Hannibal, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Alien, Ghost in the Shell and Monthy Python

Holy shit reddit


Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was great, near the end I thought they were gonna do the cheap corrupt cop redemption thing but they didn't.



>Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Alien

They are both great horrors, the others are reddit as fuck tho and I agree with you



Not true. Quality is not subjective.

Hannibal is an incompetently made movie, silence of the lambs is a great competently made movie



Fight Club is not supposed to be an "intellectual" film. It's well made, it's breath-taking and reflects the partial moment of knowledge of their own alienation people grasped during the end of the '90s. If OP doesn't want to watch Tarkovsky but only wants to follow an interesting story without watching absolute shit Figt Club seems to me a pretty good choice.

Also, why A Clockwork Orange shouldn't be someone's first Kubrick's film? It's more enjoyable and not so complex as 2001 space odyssey but at the same time is one of his best films. I cannot think of a better film to start watching Kubrick, maybe Full Metal Jacket but it's a little step lower in quality imho.


your mom is copypasta


i don't understand, OP is asking for films without specifying anything, it's obvious that i reccomend pretty famous stuff. Explain me why should i reccomend some indipendent snuff movie from khazakistan to someone who asked something so generic.



Yeah, they both suck. I'm a cinephile and I can't stand opinions of people on the internet.

I mean even here. There are try hard contrarians, straight up idiots and faux elitist.

My reccomendations for horrors stand as rosemary's baby, alien, texas chainsaw massacre and picknick at hanging rock. This said I'm pretty ignorant when it comes to horror. I also reccomended la dolce vita.


There is such thing as competence, don't give this post modern outlook at everything



Depends on what you are interested in. When it comes to more modern, entertaining productions I've liked those ones for example:

- They Look Like People (2015)

- Contracted (2013)

- Bug (2006)

- Ich seh ich seh (2014)

- Coherence (2013)

- The VVitch (2015)

- My Little Eye (2002)


>this thread


Anyway OP, watch the following:

>Woman in the Dunes

>Death by Hanging

>Eros + Massacre

>Branded to Kill

Probably the best representatives of the Japanese New Wave, and all but the last one are definitely leftykino.



You faggot still didn't explain what's wrong with la dolce vita, Rosemary's baby, texas chainsaw and Picknick at hanging rock



Also tokyo drifter if you want to go Japanese new wave



I don't care about those


This too (though Branded to Kill is Suzuki's masterpiece imo)



It's a different tank poster, you chucklefuck



>I don't care about those

In the sense that you don't care because they are popular and they are fight club tier in your book? Because that's pretty much as stupid as an opinion can get

>Branded to Kill is Suzuki's masterpiece



Sorry m8



I don't care as in I'm not objecting to their presence in this thread



Sorry then.

Btw you guys know if there is something similar to topsters2 for movies?



I wish but I don't think so (I'd probably have seen it on /tv/ if there were)



Absolute meme tier kys


Pretty much



>Absolute meme tier kys

Sure thing bud.

Explain me again how the fuck are they meme tier tho and give me some good horrors movies



/tv/ has a surprising fuck ton of Nazbols.



I already recommended you a bunch





I saw your list and already know a bunch of them. I've to see someone explain how texas chainsaw, rosemary's baby and picknick at hanging rock are bad movies or are meme tier.

I could understand alien, because yes it's a cult movie ecc. (which doesn't make it half bad in my book, but I can understand).

That's said uncalled for contrarianism is just fucking retarded. I mean if he's not a try hard he could fucking explain.


In terms of lefty films I haven’t seen many… I liked La Chinoise a lot, I enjoyed Trumbo. If you want my favourite lefty film of all time though, it’s I Am Twenty, you can watch it on YouTube. It’s basically a very realistic depiction of what it was like to be 20 years old in the Soviet Union in the 60’s, sort of existential and incredibly fascinating. An anon recommended it to me a year ago and I’m super grateful.



No, now this is a meme tier opinion.



>Totally slaughters Hannibal as a character

>Juliane Moore miscasted as Clarice

>Instead of the subtle horror of silence of the lambs we get pulp tier shit

>just plain fucking boring useless movie that had no reason to be made when the book exist


I enjoyed beyond the black rainbow



>the big bang breaking morty park



/tv/ is just capeshit and Star Wars now



Quiet Place was actually a pretty good movie


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Oh goody, a film thread. For the anon who asked,

>Why would someone that thinks about the movies they watch enjoy BvS?



Just some of the many reasons. It's unironically the Pacific Rim of the capeshit genre. I came in expecting an absolute trainwreck. Instead, I got a movie with solid writing, solid acting (that doesn't rely on overwritten dialogue designed for brain-dead audiences and actors actually spend quite a bit without talking which is fucking revitalising), great cinematography and a fantastic soundtrack. I'm not even familiar with historical art and comic book heroes barely had a presence in my childhood so I had zero emotional attachment and all the easter eggs in those videos just flew over my head until I started "researching". I already enjoy it just from the surface elements.

A lot can and has been said about BvS beyond useless trivia from it's plot structure to it's themes and characters. So much thought and inspiration put into it that it almost seems pointless given the subject matter and how it's been handled lately. The backlash it got is depressing and telling. All people want out of the genre is a momentary "life-affirming" "good vs. evil" spectacle that doesn't even begin to put to question the state of the world. To be fair, the sensiblities presented in BvS is neither as outrageous as Nolan's TDK trilogy (thankfully) nor is it really leftist. However, it's infinitely more human compared to the ones I've seen recently and represents a step in the right direction. A serious take on the genre by people who know what they're doing. It's capekino as far as I'm concerned.


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Pulgasari is Best movie



We Are the Flesh (2016)


The Transfiguration (2016)

The Eyes of My Mother (2016)

Raw (2016)


Wild Tales (2014)

Black comedy.

The Handmaiden (2016)




Good movie.


Bug was underrated. Ich seh ich seh - fucked-up shit. The VVitch wasn't bad.

More horror:

Martyrs (the original)

Session 9


Strange Circus


Let the Right One In

The Host




I'd actually say Batman v Superman has quite a few leftist themes. I mean, a major plotpoint is that of an evil capitalist creating an uncontrollabe monster to kill an immigrant. Of course it doesn't get very deep into that stuff, because it's not what it's ultimately about, but I feel like it's the closest thing there is so an explicitly antifascist superhero movie.


Recently I thought Mother and the Hateful Eight were really good. I agree that Annihilation was whatever.



I completely agree, I've even lost count of how many times per week I have to defend this film from brainlets.

Some of these people have taken film theory classes too smfh.



I've watched Raw yesterday and I thought it was cool. It's about a vegan girl who studies veterinary medicine and slowly develops a taste for human flesh after she got fed meat.



Uh, I thought it was bad. It suffered from too many subplots, many things couldn't really be fleshed out because they were cramped in, the whole "Martha" thing was stupid as hell. Maybe it's just because I hate capeshit with a burning passion, it's dumb and reactionary as fuck.

Have you seen the new Spiderman? Villian is literally a class conscious construction worker who tries to give the technology hoarded by a billionaire to the people after he got fired from his job but that's not okay because stealing is baaaaad.


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It hurts to find people who appreciate Pacific Rim beyond the action but also entirely miss even the surface-level good that BvS has.


>too many subplots

Having been blown away after my first viewing, I was intrigued more than anything. Lex's plan is absolutely the glue. From framing Superman and indirectly kicking off Lois' investigation to feeding Bruce's anger and insecurities to anonymously sending photos of those branded by Batman to Clark and inciting him to start investigating, it's quite fascinating to see it unfold in the director's cut while having the time to connect dots. I think they all tie together well and showcases Lex as a real mastermind.

>"Martha" thing was stupid

Understandable. It's cheesy, no doubt, especially for a film with this serious of a tone. I would have personally worded it slightly differently. Have Superman say "kill HER" first and only when Batman asks what he means does he say "save Martha". Regardless, the fact that they pulled this without a hint of cynicism is amazing and another reason to love the movie.

>I hate capeshit

I don't blame you. It's only going downhill from here.


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The Korean movie of the same name was better.

>Hateful Eight

Not bad.


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~4/10 of my collection.

Films to watch obscured: Uzumaki, Brotherhood, Children of Men

Seen before: Stalker, Das Boot, The King of Comedy. All in worse quality. GITS SAC 2nd watched a few and lost steam.

Films watched obscured: The Beach of Agnes, Blade runner (below Babylon).

The one's upright aren't worth seeking out.

Velvet- Crap prod values and acting.

Elle- Crass rape story. Acting>>>source material.

White God- Film about dogs +1. Didn't know what type of film it wanted to be

Battles without honour and humanity- Good but too hard to follow the constant betrayals.

Film I'm watching now: Punishment Park by the great blacklisted Peter Watkins. In a Dystopic USA political prisoners can choose decades in jail or race police through desert. The police really got into their roles went too far a few times when shooting. Ask me questions about any of the watched films.



Some cool shorts from Blomkamp. Not explicitly lefty, but still.


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Y'know, a lefty-themed movie wouldn't be so far-fetched. Unlike other games of it's kind which focuses on fighting, what is the core concept of Rampage? Destruction of property. Along with the usual corporate shenanigans behind the accidents, I'm sure we can add a few more things to make it lean further left. Here's what I'm thinking: The setting is very much like Robocop's. A city on the verge of being taken over by a mega corporation that's involved in all kinds of things from consumer products to politics and the military-industrial complex.

Of course, such wanton destruction to the point of ignoring fellow people's well being isn't exactly good praxis. So I figure the "story" is less of a representation of a revolution/resistance and instead taps more into the alienation and hopelessness felt by the average person in such a place. Their fears turn into rage as they transform into nigh-mindless monsters which also grants them the power they did not have before in the face of opression. Their rampage serves not only as vengeance but also a sort of therapeutic session as they physically remove the corporation's assets and take on the "security" force which is basically a private army. In that sense, the action set pieces should have a stylish and hypnotic approach to them like what Hotline Miami did with its gameplay.

As far as narrative goes, there's really no need to add more. The politics behind the setting are more of an implicit thing. George, Lizzie and Ralph are typical individuals. They are aimless in life and burdened by financial worries. One day, after particularly bad things already happened, shenanigans mutate them into kaiju. That's it. Like always, minimal dialogue is better for me. They would have little to none when human. For example, George wordlessly goes to work. At some point, he's called into his superior's office. The superior clears his throat. Cut immediately to George cleaning his desk. It's not hard to understand and shows just how little control they have of their lives. When they first roar, it becomes a statement. Their emotions are showcased as kaiju. Imagine a scene similar to the gif but with a giant gorilla atop a building. That would be beautiful. Those kinds of things done sincerely and gracefully I find profound.

I was high off listening to some NiN, reading up on the new Rampage movie and some videos talking about how art breaks capitalism when this idea hit me so please excuse my silliness.


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>I was high off listening to some NiN


Tront is a twat


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What's the best Sci-fi movie from the Eastern Bloc?


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Very much enjoying the films of Ben Wheatley at the moment.



why is /pol/ obsessed with this video?


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Tarkovsky was right wing


I am a Teacher was pretty good


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the last movie I've seen was a japanese horror film called Hausu (1977), seriously weird as fuck but I'd definitely recommend it, it's equally funny and uncomfortable to watch



Nice stack

What are your favorites out of those you watched, I need to become less of a movie pleb

Also watch the third man, it's pretty dope



What a baseless and meaningless post. Watch his movies fag.


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Christ, the state of this thread. Anyway, some important Socialism-related movies:

The Lives of Others

Pervert's Guide to Ideology

Goodbye Lenin!

Land And Freedom

Triumph Over Violence


The Killing Fields

The Wind That Shakes the Barley


Battleship Potemkin

Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

Tonight I watched Porcile by Pasolini, which was quite good and quite political.


I need help finding a film. It was about a dude in the civil war who rejected both the north and the south and led a rebel group of former slaves. I remember hearing about it from eastern mash lands but I can't recall the name.



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Surprised no one has posted these yet



I think that was it. Thanks.



just watched the trailer for brazil

jesus christ it looks dank, torrenting as we speak



like if some random pot smoking teenager made an art film. one of the worst recs in the thread if not bait tbh


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Watched this film.

Really hit me right in the feels, especially seeing how much overtime we've changed just in a decade.



It's honestly a tragedy that Snyder got canned and they hired that hack Whedon.


>People itt unironically shilling BvS

Movie was shit, just like your taste. Grittiness and colourgrading doesn't make it a serious movie.



Go to bed Brian


What the health? Up until the idiot host says "what the health!?"

It's a decent comedy


>Grittiness and colourgrading doesn't make it a serious movie.

Duh. The only one mentioning them is you, dummy.


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It's hard for me to say that House is "good" but I would definitely second this recommendation regardless


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last movie i watched (not recent tho) was pic related

even though it's goth as fuck and pretentious af i really liked it

sure does makes you feel like shit though



lel, it's like all the shitty parallelism can't save a shitty film.



what green arrow issue is that?

I want to read it



>here, we put together all these references to artistic pieces and dumbed them down and mixed it in with trash

>that makes us artistic right?


Anybody else noticing how modern movies tend to be extremely lazy in their story conclusion/resolution? Even if a movie starts out with an interesting premise, like A Cure for Wellness for example (that scene in the pub in the Swiss village with the autistic girl was unbelievably good), the writers seem to be content with just building up mysteries but then don't bother properly resolving it. In the latter, the conclusion was to turn the movie into a Disney vampire castle movie, but most of the times, the writers just do a cop-out along the lines of "we will never really know what happened!!". This meme used to be somewhat okay when it came up as a new element in the 80s, leaving it up to the viewer to decide, in a time where properly wrapping up a story in a wholesome way considered the orthodox mode of telling a story, but now EVERYBODY does this shit. One of the last mainstream movie that didn't do this was Interstellar, and even then it was a bit shit arround the lines of "the power of love" and whatever, but hey, at least they put some effort into resolving it.

Another bad example of this would be Annihilation which didn't bother to explain anything except "hurr everything gets mixed up".



Probably a result of rushed production and writers not thinking the story through. It's easy to start something, it's hard to finish it.


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Most recent film I remember liking right now. Chan-wook Park does better male created pseudo-feminist lesbo-revenge-torture porn than Tarantino by a mile.


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This is a good documentary, been featured in a lot of movies and apparently GTA V from the comments. Definitely interesting case to look at from the economic and social angle:



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Didn't catch the whole thing but this saga was blowing my mind:



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watch snowpiercer, its a real leftist movie. and a really amazing movie.

you suck ass if you haven't seen it


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saw those recently and can recommend. not particularly leftist/rightist/political, but well made and good entertainment.



I was disappointed as well but still enjoyed the film for the unique grimbright setting and art direction. The plot was very underwhelming though you are right.



It was fun action schlock with really hamfisted leftist themes, I definitely would not call it a great movie



that movie owns



Dark is fascist trash.




The ending was bad though

>Without porky owning your train, you can't survive! Just give up!



you are fascist trash



That Salvadore Allende documentary is unavailable through regular streaming sites, you can only get it through netflix or by paying other sites for it.

I went looking for alternative documentaries, but could not find any proper ones.

It seems like his story is being purposefully buried.


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Watching both Hana-Bi and Taste of Cherry one after the other will have a very long lasting effect on me. They are both slow meditations on suicide and taboos. One from Japan one from Iran.

The 400 Blows is the best one there. Babylon, youth of the beast, La Jetee, Sans Soleil, Les Diaboliques and Pickpocket are all great non-obvious ones. The obvious ones being Bonnie and Clyde (best wardrobe dep work I have seen), Battle Royale, Stalker, Inception, Jaws, Bladerunner, Dr Zhivago, Psycho.

My favourite directors are Ken Loach and Michael Haneke. I, Daniel Blake is the only film to make me properly cry at it's end, the most important film of the decade.


I have a lot of time for him. I liked High Rise and Free Fire. I really liked A Field in England. But the second half of Kill list was very underwhelming. Makes me think the budget wasn't there. They should've re-wrote it.


Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance is his most class conscious film. Doesn't portray poverty as a fairy tale like in other films of his.


Just saw these from /fit/. Other than a bit of liberal noguns faggotry in the second one, they're pretty woke.

Sugar: The Bitter Truth (2009) is a presentation on how the increase in fructose consumption has caused obesity. Thanks capitalism for this cheap alternative to healthier food. It's full of biology that explains the problems with fructose in excruciating detail.


Fat Chance: Fructose 2.0 (2013) is the sequel. It goes into more demographic, physiological, and political detail.




I really feel like there should be some Haneke in the Drama, maybe Der siebente Kontinent or Code Unknown


What do you guys think about Westworld? I always think it has an underlying anti-capitalist message but I can't put my finger on it.



when someone says "meme tier" or "reddit" it means "I don't like it but can't articulate why".


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>Originally titled Reign of the Dinosaurs, the series was intended not as a documentary, but as a six-hour series of fictional narratives based loosely on the comic book Age of Reptiles by Ricardo Delgado, and employing no narration. Each episode was to be instead followed by one of a companion series, called Science of Reign of the Dinosaurs, which would feature scientists explaining the basis for the preceding story, and pointing out which parts were speculative or imaginary.

>Due to cuts and changes in marketing strategy by the network and production company, the series was eventually renamed Dinosaur Revolution, and divided into a more traditional format inter-cut with "talking heads," or brief explanations from scientists. The series was also cut from the planned six hours to four.

Just saw one episode. Aside from the horribly misplaced "documentary" aspects thanks to executive meddling, it's practically a dinosaur SOL anime very much in the vein of Gon complete with the humor and violence. The Rahonavis (bottom rightmost) short is fantastic. Minimal narration and 100% personality. Great use of slow motion too. Why have I not seen this before?

>In 2012, a feature film called Dinotasia was released into theatres, utilizing used and unused footage from Dinosaur Revolution. It was designed to be closer to what Dinosaur Revolution was originally conceived as. It is narrated by Werner Herzog,

>and received negative reviews from critics.

What the hell? Here's a proper review: https://youtube.com/watch?v=gouSmDx_A-M


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The King's Choice:

A film about the first independent Norwegian King in 600 years choosing to oppose the fascists in WWII.

Welcome to Leith:

A Documentary about a tiny town defending itself against fascists trying to establish themselves in the community with the expressed purpose of seizing the local governance.

Harlan County U.S.A:

A documentary about a 10 month strike by coalminers against their greedy capitalist bosses. Faced with extreme strike-busting tactics, even in the 70's, these workers persisted to raise their lot in life.


A poignant statement honor, fate and the abuse suffered by the noble poor under a dispassionate ruling class.

Bomb City:

A true story film about the violent discrimination and confrontations faced by members of a Punk commune in Amarillo Texas by both police and local bourgeois football players.



Poverty and opression still exists because your ideas are retarded. They were also created by people who know that they can designate opinion one and opinion two ( left right) and then force morons to do the same shit and fail over and over. Great job dumb fuck. You just had a fucking socialist president for eight years and after a rise in racial tensions and the beginning of the fourth Reich , he celebrated by signing a fifty million dollar book deal. That doesn't even include all the insider trading he got in on after bailing out wall street or bribes he got while like twenty Intelligence agencies just so happened to miss all the oligarchs celebrities athletes politicians and other slaveowners in the Panama Papers. 99% of people in the left, the only people who agree that an hour of human work should be worth two McDonald's hamburgers instead of one McDonald's hamburgers worship this false savior con artist and they all pay two McDonald's hamburgers so the rock can get paid ten million McDonalds hamburgers to stand in front of a green screen. Is that an issue to you you fucking loser? Wouldn't that be a great place to attack to push for a more sane world where every human life has a value? Yeah it would. Stop masturbating in fantasy land with your ancient books or at least stay the fuck out of discussions if you are going to be that useless.



>You just had a fucking socialist president for eight years

You must be suffering from brain damage. Not only is this the wrong thread for your moronic screed, but the idea that fucking Obama is a socialist is beyond ludicrous.


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come on

It was refreshing to see that the middle classes would cause the real revolution- the poor are too busy surviving and the rich are too intoxicated in their ways.

The korean who destroyed the train was a middle class guy



I mean, lenin, marx and engels were all of the intelligencia. (or rose to that level before the revolution)



Is this literally your first day here? No one here likes Obama.

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