Marxism In Action – This Movie – ‘Ashes In The Snow’ – Helps You Understand!


I had the misfortune last month to be tuned into France 24 – merely to build another blogpost on their biased ‘Debate,’ which is always over-loaded with anti-Brexit, Trumpophobic, liberal creeps – when, my intention distracted by domestic concerns, the state-funded propaganda channel moved on to the next delight, that repulsive shrill leftist hag, Lisa “leftist’ Nesselman.

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France24’s Far-Left Lisa Spews Her Bias Once Again! 

She was, as always, abusing her position as ‘film reviewer’ to push her hateful pinko agenda, on that particular day singing the praises of Baba Yaga Bader-Ginsburg.

Reasons for loathing Baba Yaga abound, but for a brief summary, I suggest you read this link.

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RUTH BADER GINSBURG’S NOTORIOUS IMPACT ON AMERICA

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But let’s move along, to a film actually worth watching.

Nesseldork will never, I expect, review the movie described below, so I introduce it to you today, and hope you have a chance to view it.

I watched it, on You Tube, so you can too.

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Despite its bloody 100-year history of misery, enslavement, repression, and death, socialism is enjoying a revival of sorts among young people in the U.S. This interest makes obvious the fact they have no idea what socialism is or its deadly consequences.

So before they fall in love with this malignant and lethal ideology, they should learn a little more about it.

Gabriella Hoffman, whose family escaped the former Soviet Union, explains in The Resurgent:

Before You Fall In Love With Socialism, Watch This Film

The film industry would greatly benefit by making more films that prominently illuminate the horrors of Soviet Communism.

I’m not simply writing this because my family fled the Evil Empire. The rise of socialism in this country should alarm us all. With culture being upstream from politics, Hollywood should use its clout to promote films that educate filmgoers on the horrors of socialism.

Very few films have deeply explored the toll global communism had on the planet, as over 100 million people in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, and the Caribbean died as a result of it last century. Today, countries like Cuba, North Korea, Venezuela, and others still struggle with socialism.

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Enter Ashes in the Snow (2018). It’s the film adaptation of Ruta Sepetys’ bestseller historical fiction novel, Between Shades of Gray. It was filmed entirely in Lithuania, adding to the authenticity of the storyline.

The book has been translated into 27 languages and is required reading in many schools today.

The film adaptation is available to download on video streaming services. The film’s director, Marius Markevicius, is the son of a prominent businessman who was forced to leave Lithuania as a child.

Much like the book, the film is based on true events surrounding the illegal Soviet annexation of the Baltic Republics under the Molotov-Ribbentrop (Stalin-Hitler) Pact of 1939, which led to the occupation of these nations in 1940.

It’s even more uncommon to see a film center around Lithuania, which was the first Soviet-occupied country to break away in March 1990. If you recall, the Soviet Union physically disintegrated in 1991.

Read the entire article HERE.

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