A Political Film That Reveals....And Hides...The Truth

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Excellent Film In Need Of Context. The film is ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7.’

1.While I am more than capable of explaining the events, in full disclosure I must admit that they took place before my time. That is probably true, also, of those reading this or seeing the film.
We are led to believe that, for the most part, the revolutionaries who took part, and those who ended up on trial, were simply good Americans who were infused with the desire to stop the slaughter of young Americans during the Viet Nam War.
I give the real description of them below.



2. The NYTimes puts it this way…..and I couldn’t agree more:

Aaron Sorkin and an all-star cast re-enact a real-life ’60s courtroom drama with present-day implications.


"The Trial of the Chicago 7" is the rare drama about the 1960s that's powerful and authentic and moving enough to feel as if it were taking place today.

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Review: Aaron Sorkin’s Counterculture Docudrama Is a Knockout — the Rare Profound Movie About the 1960s

"feel as if it were taking place today." Truer words have not been written. And a deep understanding of the events portrayed go far in explaining the political milieu in which we are currently engrossed. A film worth seeing….but more importantly….worth understanding.



3. The same machinations that supported the ‘heroes’ of this film have been used to install the Leftists in the occupied city of Washington, D.C., today. It is eminently simple, but deeply effective: provide some simple feel-good statement to motivate their supporters. In the case of the radical movement of the late 60s, it is ‘peace, not war.’

Peace, not war……who isn’t moved in that effort???? Add a civil rights overlay and you have a winning movement. Ignore the riots, arson, looting, mayhem…..and you have the repeat of the same propaganda in the recent election.....and the same victory.

And a winning movement it is…..it has taken over the Democrat Party.




4. Here is the context that the film does not provide. The lead-up to the Chicago Riots of 1968 began almost a decade earlier.

It coalesced in June of 1962 at the AFL-CIO camp at Port Huron, Michigan.
Some prior rumblings had been heard in a nascent civil rights movement, and from the Free Speech movement at Berkeley- but it was the Port Huron meetings that represented the heart of Sixties radicalism.



5. And the most succinct description of what was behind it, an understanding of those who were arrested and who beat the establishment, is here, from one of the leaders of the movement: “four-square against anti-Communism, eight-square against American-culture, twelve-square against sell-out unions, one hundred and twenty againsti an interpretation of the Cold War that saw it as a Soviet plot and identified American policy fondly.”
Todd Gitlin, “The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage,” p. 109-110

....against anti-communism.
...against American culture
...against any indictment of the Soviet Union
...against any view that saw America as standing for liberty and freedom for oppressed nations.

These are the people made heroes in the film "The Trial of the Chicago 7."
You must see it.....in context.


You won’t walk away from the movie with this understanding…..but Karl Marx would have been proud of those on trial.
 
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6. It is a film that presaged the just past election.
It is the reason for it.....and the way it happened.


1968 riots and those of the Biden voters as well.

“ There’s a lot of deadly serious stuff in here — about war and peace, justice and racism, democracy and order — and a fair bit of silliness as well, some of it intentional.

It’s possible that the ’60s were really like that. On the other hand, an Aaron Sorkin movie rarely has much to do with what anything was really like. This isn’t meant dismissively. Sorkin has never been a realist. His sensibility is rhetorical, theatrical, argumentative. He’s a master of big speeches and sitcom beats, of walk-and-talk dialectics, of earnest mansplaining and liberal wishful thinking. He gave us “The West Wing” on television and “To Kill a Mockingbird” on Broadway, for goodness’ sake. Showmanship in the service of high civic purpose is his thing.”

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Review: They Fought the Law



Bravo, NYTimes!!!!!!!!!



A pity that truth isn’t a Leftwing value.
 
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7. ….here, from one of the leaders of the movement: “four-square against anti-Communism, eight-square against American-culture, twelve-square against sell-out unions, one hundred and twenty againsti an interpretation of the Cold War that saw it as a Soviet plot and identified American policy fondly.”

Todd Gitlin, “The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage,” p. 109-110



....against anti-communism.

...against American culture

...against any indictment of the Soviet Union

...against any view that saw America as standing for liberty and freedom for oppressed nation.



These are the people made heroes in the film "The Trial of the Chicago 7."



8. And here, fifty years later: The Democrat Party belongs to the Chicago 7.



"MARXISTS AND EXTREME RADICALS SEEK TO TAKE OVER THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
DNC chairman Tom Perez said Democratic Socialists of America member Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez “represents the future of our party.”


  • DSA chapter chairs have agreed that “communism is good.”
  • One DSA caucus calls its members “revolutionary Marxists.”
A far-left group behind rising Democratic star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is rife with Marxists and other far-left radicals.
The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), which includes Ocasio-Cortez, is creeping its way into the mainstream of American politics.

What Perez didn’t mention is that the group behind “the future” of the Democratic Party is teeming with radicals openly dedicated to dismantling and overturning the economic and social foundations of the United States."
Marxists And Extreme Radicals Seek To Take Over The Democratic Party
 

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Yep.
Some of us who grew out of that romanticized radicalism, years later took a step back and sized it up, realizing there must have been more to it. For all of that upheaval to have occurred so quickly — something must have given it a push.
And now today’s senior class of democrats are the youth of that era who never grew out of it. Stuck in the 1960’s.
I call them leftovers.
And what began in earnest in the 1960’s has come to full fruition in having overthrown the US because they have control of the message and the messenger.
 
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They took what was good about the revolution, and turned it into a murdering agenda.
I was there...
That revolution was mostly contrived.
I was there, too, but I grew out of it.


As long as the Democrats get away with stealing the elections, it doesn't matter how many, like you, caught on to the insanity they promote.
 
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9. The message of the film is praise for these savages….but cannot be understood correctly without knowledge of the Port Huron Conference.



A few years after Port Huron, its organization’s offshoot and legitimate heir, the Weathermen, organized the Days of Rage riots in Chicago. At a subsequent “War Council,” Tom Hayden led the Weathermen in “a workout of karate jabs and kicks” for a “strenuous fifteen minutes” in preparation for armed struggle. Collier and Horowitz, “Destructive Generation: Second Thoughts About The Sixties, “ p. 96


Port Huron was an early convention of SDS, a small group of alienated, left-wing college students, 59 from 11 campuses.

A draft of the meeting can be found at http://www.h-net.org/~hst306/documents/huron.html. It sets forth an agenda for changing human nature, the nation, and the world. In it, one can hear the ignorance and arrogance so inherent in adolescents: the euphoria due to being convinced of their own wisdom, moral purity, and ability to change everything.

Tom Hayden writes in the draft of men as “infinitely perfectible.” Here is the ominous echo and common view of all totalitarian movements: human nature is infinitely malleable and the simple rearrangement of various institutions a better, and even perfect nature.



This is were the insanity of the Left, the views such as men becoming women, ending the nuclear family, and every other Leftwing, Democrat, insanity was nurtured.

Today…..it is the orthodox view of the Democrat Party.
 
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10. And in the fifty years since the attack on the culture began.......

Television brings the culture into the home, and its influence is, broadly, in sinc with the view and politics of the populist left. It “warns against the dangers of imposing the majority’s restrictive sexual morality on [adultery, prostitution, pornography, etc]. The villains in TV’s moralist plays are not the deviants and libertines, but Puritans and prudes.”
Lichter, Lichter, and Rothman, “Prime Time: How TV Portrays American Culture,” pp. 404-405, 416

TV regularly undermines authority. Subordinates ridicule their bosses, businessmen are depicted negatively; they are three times more likely to commit crimes, and five times as likely to be motivated by pure greed as people in most other occupations.

Law enforcement officials are shown as corrupt, and likely to commit crimes, but criminals are often portrayed sympathetically.


There is a casual acceptance and rationalization of this culture by a large segment of the population, intellectuals in particular. The theme today is a strong rendition of the radical individualism of the Sixties. Of course, ‘individualism’ does not have the same meaning today as it did when Tocqueville wrote of it. This brand incessantly presses the limits of a cultural sense of decency and shame.

“…American popular culture is in free fall, with the bottom not yet in sight. This is what the liberal view of human nature has brought us to. The idea that men are naturally rational, moral creatures without the need for strong external restraints has been exploded by experience.” Robert Bork, “Slouching Toward Gomorrah, “ p. 139
 
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1968 Chicago Police Riot.


Are you able to dispute any of the documented, sources, linked items in the thread?

No?

It seems you'd rather remain an ignorant dupe, than confront your Democrat masters.


Seems both cowardly and anti-intellectual.
 

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They took what was good about the revolution, and turned it into a murdering agenda.
I was there...
That revolution was mostly contrived.
I was there, too, but I grew out of it.
It was genuine before the radical left took over. Civil rights for blacks and an end to a war we should not have been in fueled us. The Chicago 7 were usurpers who wanted the total destruction of our society.
 
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11. For perspective, this is what has been left out of the film: the famous Weathermen ‘Days of Rage’ protests of the Chicago 7 trial in October 1969. Planned as war in the streets, even the Black Panthers decided that these folks were too psychotic even for them. Fred Hampton, deputy chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party (BPP), said “We oppose the anarchistic, adventuristic, chauvinistic, individualistic, masochistic, Custeristic Weathermen.” Susan Braudy, “Family Circle: The Boudins and the Aristocracy of the Left,: p. 188

Too nuts for the Black Panthers, but they became respected advisors and co-authors to a Democratic President.






At a 1969 “War Council” in Flint, Michigan, Bernardine Dohrn gave her most memorable and notorious speech to her followers. Holding her fingers in what became the Weatherman “fork salute,” she said of the bloody murders recently committed by the Manson Family in which the pregnant actress Sharon Tate and a Folgers Coffee heiress and several other inhabitants of a Benedict Canyon mansion were brutally stabbed to death: “Dig it! First they killed those pigs, then they ate dinner in the same room with them. They even shoved a fork into the victim’s stomach! Wild!” Discover the Networks | Bernardine Dohrn
 

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They took what was good about the revolution, and turned it into a murdering agenda.
I was there...
That revolution was mostly contrived.
I was there, too, but I grew out of it.
It was genuine before the radical left took over. Civil rights for blacks and an end to a war we should not have been in fueled us. The Chicago 7 were usurpers who wanted the total destruction of our society.
Civil rights and Vietnam protests were in fact legit. But the entire counter culture, into which those legit concerns were incorporated, was exactly that; a counter to the culture. A much more invasive and insidious thing which has now peaked.
 
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They took what was good about the revolution, and turned it into a murdering agenda.
I was there...
That revolution was mostly contrived.
I was there, too, but I grew out of it.
It was genuine before the radical left took over. Civil rights for blacks and an end to a war we should not have been in fueled us. The Chicago 7 were usurpers who wanted the total destruction of our society.
Civil rights and Vietnam protests were in fact legit. But the entire counter culture, into which those legit concerns were incorporated, was exactly that; a counter to the culture. A much more invasive and insidious thing which has now peaked.


5. And the most succinct description of what was behind it, an understanding of those who were arrested and who beat the establishment, is here, from one of the leaders of the movement: “four-square against anti-Communism, eight-square against American-culture, twelve-square against sell-out unions, one hundred and twenty against an interpretation of the Cold War that saw it as a Soviet plot and identified American policy fondly.”
Todd Gitlin, “The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage,” p. 109-110



....against anti-communism.

...against American culture

...against any indictment of the Soviet Union

...against any view that saw America as standing for liberty and freedom for oppressed nation.



These are the people made heroes in the film "The Trial of the Chicago 7."
 
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Excellent Film In Need Of Context. The film is ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7.’

1.While I am more than capable of explaining the events, in full disclosure I must admit that they took place before my time. That is probably true, also, of those reading this or seeing the film.
We are led to believe that, for the most part, the revolutionaries who took part, and those who ended up on trial, were simply good Americans who were infused with the desire to stop the slaughter of young Americans during the Viet Nam War.
I give the real description of them below.



2. The NYTimes puts it this way…..and I couldn’t agree more:

Aaron Sorkin and an all-star cast re-enact a real-life ’60s courtroom drama with present-day implications.


"The Trial of the Chicago 7" is the rare drama about the 1960s that's powerful and authentic and moving enough to feel as if it were taking place today.

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Review: Aaron Sorkin’s Counterculture Docudrama Is a Knockout — the Rare Profound Movie About the 1960s

"feel as if it were taking place today." Truer words have not been written. And a deep understanding of the events portrayed go far in explaining the political milieu in which we are currently engrossed. A film worth seeing….but more importantly….worth understanding.



3. The same machinations that supported the ‘heroes’ of this film have been used to install the Leftists in the occupied city of Washington, D.C., today. It is eminently simple, but deeply effective: provide some simple feel-good statement to motivate their supporters. In the case of the radical movement of the late 60s, it is ‘peace, not war.’

Peace, not war……who isn’t moved in that effort???? Add a civil rights overlay and you have a winning movement. Ignore the riots, arson, looting, mayhem…..and you have the repeat of the same propaganda in the recent election.....and the same victory.

And a winning movement it is…..it has taken over the Democrat Party.




4. Here is the context that the film does not provide. The lead-up to the Chicago Riots of 1968 began almost a decade earlier.

It coalesced in June of 1962 at the AFL-CIO camp at Port Huron, Michigan.
Some prior rumblings had been heard in a nascent civil rights movement, and from the Free Speech movement at Berkeley- but it was the Port Huron meetings that represented the heart of Sixties radicalism.



5. And the most succinct description of what was behind it, an understanding of those who were arrested and who beat the establishment, is here, from one of the leaders of the movement: “four-square against anti-Communism, eight-square against American-culture, twelve-square against sell-out unions, one hundred and twenty againsti an interpretation of the Cold War that saw it as a Soviet plot and identified American policy fondly.”
Todd Gitlin, “The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage,” p. 109-110

....against anti-communism.
...against American culture
...against any indictment of the Soviet Union
...against any view that saw America as standing for liberty and freedom for oppressed nations.

These are the people made heroes in the film "The Trial of the Chicago 7."
You must see it.....in context.


You won’t walk away from the movie with this understanding…..but Karl Marx would have been proud of those on trial.


The ‘funny’ emoticon appears to mean ‘That hurt…I wish I had a way to dispute it.”
 
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In the film, Ramsey Clark is portrayed as an honorable, honest, individual, with the best interests of the nation at heart.
Those not conversant with his history may be duped into believing it.



Emblematic of the Progressive/Democrat disregard for innocent victims, and champions of felons and criminals…..witness today’s War on Police (thanks to Hussein Obama)…..we find the inspiration in Ramsey Clark:

Thomas Sowell, in “The Vision of the Anointed,” explained that the old view was to put criminals in prison; the new view, held by, for example, Lyndon Johnson’s attorney-general Ramsey Clark, Supreme Court Justice William Brennan, DC circuit judge David Bazelon, was to avoid sending criminals to prison and instead spend all our resources focusing on the “root causes” of crime.
  1. In the words of Judge Bazelon, “poverty is the root cause of crime.” Thomas Sowell, “The Vision of the Anointed: Self-Congratulation as a Basis for Social Policy,” p. 158.



The basic idea that liberal judges and politicians were pushing was that society should be nice to criminals, so they would re-pay us with law-abiding behavior. Ramsey Clark: " The theory of rehabilitation is based on the belief that healthy, rational people will not injure others, that they will understand that the individual and his society are best served by conduct that does not inflict injury, that a just society has the ability to provide health and purpose and opportunity for all its citizens. Rehabilitated, an individual will not have the capacity - cannot bring himself - to injure another or take or destroy property. "
  1. Of course, if that were true, he wouldn’t have committed crimes in the first place.
  2. Despite being insane, the reformers won out. The test of public policy vs. human nature began!
  3. Need empirical evidence? Crime rates skyrocketed. By 1974, the murder rate was over twice that of 1961. Between 1960 and 1976, a citizen’s chances of becoming a victim of a major violent crime tripled. Thomas Sowell, “The Vision of the Anointed: Self-Congratulation as a Basis for Social Policy,”., p.27.



Liberals, in voting Democrat, are committing suicide.

The Democrats/Progressives are committing homicide.
 

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Excellent Film In Need Of Context. The film is ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7.’

1.While I am more than capable of explaining the events, in full disclosure I must admit that they took place before my time. That is probably true, also, of those reading this or seeing the film.
We are led to believe that, for the most part, the revolutionaries who took part, and those who ended up on trial, were simply good Americans who were infused with the desire to stop the slaughter of young Americans during the Viet Nam War.
I give the real description of them below.



2. The NYTimes puts it this way…..and I couldn’t agree more:

Aaron Sorkin and an all-star cast re-enact a real-life ’60s courtroom drama with present-day implications.


"The Trial of the Chicago 7" is the rare drama about the 1960s that's powerful and authentic and moving enough to feel as if it were taking place today.

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Review: Aaron Sorkin’s Counterculture Docudrama Is a Knockout — the Rare Profound Movie About the 1960s

"feel as if it were taking place today." Truer words have not been written. And a deep understanding of the events portrayed go far in explaining the political milieu in which we are currently engrossed. A film worth seeing….but more importantly….worth understanding.



3. The same machinations that supported the ‘heroes’ of this film have been used to install the Leftists in the occupied city of Washington, D.C., today. It is eminently simple, but deeply effective: provide some simple feel-good statement to motivate their supporters. In the case of the radical movement of the late 60s, it is ‘peace, not war.’

Peace, not war……who isn’t moved in that effort???? Add a civil rights overlay and you have a winning movement. Ignore the riots, arson, looting, mayhem…..and you have the repeat of the same propaganda in the recent election.....and the same victory.

And a winning movement it is…..it has taken over the Democrat Party.




4. Here is the context that the film does not provide. The lead-up to the Chicago Riots of 1968 began almost a decade earlier.

It coalesced in June of 1962 at the AFL-CIO camp at Port Huron, Michigan.
Some prior rumblings had been heard in a nascent civil rights movement, and from the Free Speech movement at Berkeley- but it was the Port Huron meetings that represented the heart of Sixties radicalism.



5. And the most succinct description of what was behind it, an understanding of those who were arrested and who beat the establishment, is here, from one of the leaders of the movement: “four-square against anti-Communism, eight-square against American-culture, twelve-square against sell-out unions, one hundred and twenty againsti an interpretation of the Cold War that saw it as a Soviet plot and identified American policy fondly.”
Todd Gitlin, “The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage,” p. 109-110

....against anti-communism.
...against American culture
...against any indictment of the Soviet Union
...against any view that saw America as standing for liberty and freedom for oppressed nations.

These are the people made heroes in the film "The Trial of the Chicago 7."
You must see it.....in context.


You won’t walk away from the movie with this understanding…..but Karl Marx would have been proud of those on trial.
This got my attention because of Sorkin. He did a great job with Charlie Wilson's War and also enjoyed the West Wing at times.
 
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Excellent Film In Need Of Context. The film is ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7.’

1.While I am more than capable of explaining the events, in full disclosure I must admit that they took place before my time. That is probably true, also, of those reading this or seeing the film.
We are led to believe that, for the most part, the revolutionaries who took part, and those who ended up on trial, were simply good Americans who were infused with the desire to stop the slaughter of young Americans during the Viet Nam War.
I give the real description of them below.



2. The NYTimes puts it this way…..and I couldn’t agree more:

Aaron Sorkin and an all-star cast re-enact a real-life ’60s courtroom drama with present-day implications.


"The Trial of the Chicago 7" is the rare drama about the 1960s that's powerful and authentic and moving enough to feel as if it were taking place today.

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Review: Aaron Sorkin’s Counterculture Docudrama Is a Knockout — the Rare Profound Movie About the 1960s

"feel as if it were taking place today." Truer words have not been written. And a deep understanding of the events portrayed go far in explaining the political milieu in which we are currently engrossed. A film worth seeing….but more importantly….worth understanding.



3. The same machinations that supported the ‘heroes’ of this film have been used to install the Leftists in the occupied city of Washington, D.C., today. It is eminently simple, but deeply effective: provide some simple feel-good statement to motivate their supporters. In the case of the radical movement of the late 60s, it is ‘peace, not war.’

Peace, not war……who isn’t moved in that effort???? Add a civil rights overlay and you have a winning movement. Ignore the riots, arson, looting, mayhem…..and you have the repeat of the same propaganda in the recent election.....and the same victory.

And a winning movement it is…..it has taken over the Democrat Party.




4. Here is the context that the film does not provide. The lead-up to the Chicago Riots of 1968 began almost a decade earlier.

It coalesced in June of 1962 at the AFL-CIO camp at Port Huron, Michigan.
Some prior rumblings had been heard in a nascent civil rights movement, and from the Free Speech movement at Berkeley- but it was the Port Huron meetings that represented the heart of Sixties radicalism.



5. And the most succinct description of what was behind it, an understanding of those who were arrested and who beat the establishment, is here, from one of the leaders of the movement: “four-square against anti-Communism, eight-square against American-culture, twelve-square against sell-out unions, one hundred and twenty againsti an interpretation of the Cold War that saw it as a Soviet plot and identified American policy fondly.”
Todd Gitlin, “The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage,” p. 109-110

....against anti-communism.
...against American culture
...against any indictment of the Soviet Union
...against any view that saw America as standing for liberty and freedom for oppressed nations.

These are the people made heroes in the film "The Trial of the Chicago 7."
You must see it.....in context.


You won’t walk away from the movie with this understanding…..but Karl Marx would have been proud of those on trial.
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This got my attention because of Sorkin. He did a great job with Charlie Wilson's War and also enjoyed the West Wing at times.


He did a great job with the film.....excellent cinema even if it is more than half propaganda.


Langella is excellent as Judge Hoffman.

Everyone should see it!

My hope is that viewers will be moved to do some research.....I provided links and sources in each of my posts.

At least Democrats should see echoes of the era in this last year or so.
 
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Both Democrat votes and conservatives, Americans, will be mesmerized by this film…..the former because it reinforces the lies they have swallowed….



….the latter in recognizing the lies and misdirection.


One should always see entertainment, media, news, government school through this lens:

Democrats and their allies.........they lie about everything.
 

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