Aaron Russo’s film, America: Freedom to Fascism, will be opening in Chicago, Denver, Portland, Beverly Hills, Houston, Dallas, Tempe, Tucson, and Salt Lake City beginning in September and October. Openings in Nashville and other cities are said to be in the works as well. If you haven’t seen the film yet, be sure to check out the schedule for cities and dates. There is also a list on Upcoming.org.
Here’s an excerpt of a recent review by:
Here’s all you need to take away from this. Despite how “affluent” we believe we are as a culture, in reality the dollar is only worth $.04. What keeps its value propped up is its near-exclusive relationship with oil transactions and other nation’s treasury reserves (the dollar having replaced gold as the backing) and some 10,000 nuclear weapons. If you looked deeply at the reasons for our most recent military campaigns, and the economic and diplomatic warfare we are conducting on nations like Iran, Venezuela, and North Korea, you’d fast come to understand that these nations, like Iraq before it in 2000, decided to stop using the dollar as their reserve currency, or to buy oil. If our dollar ceases to hold value”¦you do the math.
All of this is to say that the extended wardrobe of Fascism contains business suits as well as jackboots and swastikas.
And another by:
This is a film that will probably give nightmares to those who have not been following the nation’s devolution here on the internet for the last several years. The film is a convincer, and Russo has carefully laid out the path for his audience, who will be reluctant to see what Russo sees, to follow.
This is a movie you MUST see. This is a movie the government MUST keep you from seeing. Call your local theaters and ask when it will be showing. When enough people call, the film will be booked, because after all, in America, money rules all.