One of the contributors of the American Prophet website submitted a critique of D'Souza's film just days before its release. Along with other reports it was the impetus for my trip to the local theatre to see for myself what the buzz was all about.
I am now convinced that much more than a mere buzz; D'Souza's offering is a trumpet, which every American should see regardless of their race, political persuasion or national origin.
D'Souza has an advantage over almost any filmmaker in America today and he could not be a more perfect choice to make this film because he is an Indian born immigrant whose love for this country was not biased by an education in U.S. schools where the curriculum has been carefully and unremittingly skewed to the left for an entire generation.
The film deals with generational lies that have slowly crept into the national dialogue, educational system and the political rhetoric of the left. The shear persistence of these lies and the willingness to lay these prevarications before an unsuspecting generation of our youth as 'true history' has fostered a kind of 'new truth' that after all is nothing but syncopated, syndicated, deliberate and dangerous lies meant to lead America into a day of self-loathing and inordinate guilt.