The Peasants are Revolting [6] (Oct 2010)

The final part of the Peasants Are Revolting series. In this installment, the Celtic Rebel looks into Pier Paolo Pasolini's Salo (or the 120 days of Sodomy); a film that is both extremely disturbing and extremely enlightening. Some insight into Pasolini and the subtext, from a societal perspective is shared. Also, get into Black Social Engineering and a few of the [slow] tragedies that had far more effect than the conspindustry narratives. Commercial-Free, Normalized, Edited [128K; 01H:52M].
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