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Death of a Nation – Red Carpet

Regal Cinemas LA Live 14

Los Angeles, Ca

July 31, 2018

Tomorrow, Friday Aug 3, 2018 is the national release date.

Our nation is a melting pot of races, cultures, lifestyles, beliefs, ideas, facts, and rumors just to name a few of the obvious. We live in such a time that these differences are not always embraced or even tolerated. MAentGlobal is a melting pot of provided information that is shared, without bias. So it should come as no surprise that if we attend or share something “controversial” in what is considered mainstream, well it is our right. We have readers from all walks of life.

This past Tuesday evening, MAentGlobal attended the premiere of the latest documentary by Mr. Dinesh D’Souza (Hillary’s America and Obama’s America) Death of a Nation, the conservative side’s no less controversial version of the left’s Michael Moore. Both these gentlemen make films that make both sides diehards stand up and praise and make the opposing side want to scream in protest. The topics that are presented are controversial; claiming that the other side is… and that there is no place for their opinions and beliefs. Both say that history is fluid and as new facts come to light, that what we may have considered to be truths are as a matter of fact incorrect and should be rewritten as such. This is not a conspiracy, but can be seen if you compare textbooks from a generation ago to today.

Directors/Writers/Executive Producers Mr. Dinesh D’Souza and Bruce Schooley, producer Gerald R. Molen, co-producers Aaron Brubaker and Sonia Pourmand and many, some very surprising, more guests were on hand to meet and talk about the latest creation which was inspired by the turbulent events of post-2016 presidential election America.

The movie’s controversial poster, has not been lost on the public;

many blasting the film’s poster of combining and comparing of our current President’s face and that of one of America’s beloved former Presidents, Lincoln. The film is a historical examination of fascism and racism, at home and abroad.

If you are a fan of history, this movie should be something seen and the dialogue listened to. It will strengthen your convictions either way, pushing the envelope for sure. The movie was based in history from the time Lincoln was elected, through two World Wars, and finally to our latest… and no less controversial election of Donald Trump.

MAentGlobal (as planned from the beginning) is making it’s way around, expanding it’s coverage to include more than just music, which should be fairly obvious lately. Los Angeles is a perfect place for our team to find new and exciting outlets to promote or share. We want to challenge ourselves and grow. If you find something you do not care for, by all means it is your right… Just keep it civil and remember it takes all kinds to make us who we are.

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