Author Topic: * "Braveheart" to "Big Fan" - Which would you classify yourself as?  (Read 997 times)

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Offline jofortruth

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From "Braveheart" To "Big Fan"
http://www.infowars.com:80/from-braveheart-to-big-fan/


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Two excellent films should be viewed back to back to fully appreciate the end result of manís centuries old metamorphosis.

Mel Gibsonís Braveheart offers a glimpse of what men were before television, movies and the endless list of mind numbing, virtual pleasures that reward the slothful for being fat, dumb and lazy.  Though some degree of dramatic license is employed in any historically based work of fiction, it nonetheless captures the passion and spirit of the men described in authentic historical texts on that era.

Big Fan is an independent film that is entirely a work of fiction.  But thereís nothing fictitious in actor Patton Oswaltís spot-on portrayal of a sports obsessed, hero worshipping, American loser whose ill placed passions make everyone around him miserable and ultimately puts his own life in great peril.

Passions and priorities are the themes these two films share.  But for each of the two central characters, those passions and priorities are vastly different.

Both films are on the NWO for Dummies website:
http://nwofordummies.com/

Braveheart famous clip:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLrrBs8JBQo

Big Fan Trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wybmI_ezdAQ


Now which one shows a REAL MAN? Which guy stands up for his country? Which guy will become a slave; which will stay free?

WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO STOP THE NWO? Are you watching football, or taking action to get educated about what is happening to your country and educate others?

THINK ABOUT IT!



Don't believe me. Look it up yourself!

Offline larsonstdoc

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  Those 2 minutes on the movie Braveheart is about the best clip ever.

  "They will never take our freedom"--William Wallace

  My boys and I watched Dual Survival on the Discovery Channel last night.  A very good show.  YOU NEED TO KNOW THE INFORMATION THERE.  This morning we made arrows out of straight sticks, bottoms of glass bottles and duct tape.

  FULL EPISODES AT THE LINK BELOW
http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/dual-survival/
     
       
I'M A DEPLORABLE KNUCKLEHEAD THAT SUPPORTS PRESIDENT TRUMP.  MAY GOD BLESS HIM AND KEEP HIM SAFE.

Offline chris jones

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Jo.. This sentence you posted about says it .Mel Gibsonís Braveheart offers a glimpse of what men were before television, movies and the endless list of mind numbing, virtual pleasures that reward the slothful for being fat, dumb and lazy. 

Ya know even in the past-my- generation things were different. Sure the boob tube addicts and couch potatos were around, but there was much more interaction.
The young folk today have video games, DVD's, walkmans, etc. Push a button and shut off reality.