The Peasants are Revolting  (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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