Archive for the ‘Film and Television Reviews’ Category

Death by China (book and film)

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

These two items are by economics professor Peter Navarro and entrepreneur Greg Autry, and provide a well-documented and profound warning to Americans (and the West) about the threats posed to them by aggressive Chinese economic exploitation, economic and military spying, and outright colonization, both in America and elsewhere.

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Good Jewish Bitches?

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Do you think we will ever see a TV series, or a movie, with the above name? Not very likely, that would be hateful and ‘anti-Semitic’! But being anti-Christian is the new normal, at least in some circles, and North America very nearly got a television series called “Good Christian Bitches”.

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“Downton Abbey” to become a propaganda vehicle?

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

While browsing the PBS website reading up on the characters of Downton Abbey, I recently found the following: “Cora is the beautiful daughter of Isidore Levinson, a dry goods multi-millionaire from Cincinnati. She arrived in England with her mother in 1888…”  See here.

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Downton Abbey returns!

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

This lavishly-set and beautifully-acted series about life in a stately manor in the years immediately preceding the Great War returns to Vision TV on September 7th at 9:00pm. It will run weekly, and will repeat the episodes seen previously this year.

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Downton Abbey: A rare treat indeed

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

My concern at the deterioration of television entertainment was very abruptly brought home to me by way of contrast when I saw the first episode in the series “Downton Abbey”, the lavish period-piece about the British aristocracy set in the two years immediately preceding the First World War.

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