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Comments about the soundtrack for The Dark Knight Rises (Hans Zimmer/Various)

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Re: Socialist propaganda from Hans Zimmer and Christopher Nolan
• Posted by: Edward S. Mace   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, July 23, 2012, at 4:05 p.m.
• IP Address: tnl9051110pqi.wsulibs.wsu.edu
• In Response to: Re: Socialist propaganda from Hans Zimmer and ... (peziac)
• Now Playing: Forbidden Friendship - John Powell

> Yes. And for all those people reminding us that the character of Bane was
> created in the 1990's, that's irrelevant. This issue is about Nolan
> CHOOSING Bane as the villain for The Dark Knight Rises, a CHOICE meant to
> discredit the Republican nominee for American president in 2012.

It's worth noting that Bane essentially triggered a French Revolution in Gotham, deposing all of it's aristocracy. This is almost as liberal as it gets. If anything, the film villainized liberal philosophy, even Catwoman the clear-cut "liberal" Robin Hood type character turned tail and was supporting Bruce Wayne's right to not give away everything. "You don't owe them anything."
This political posturing about Bane/Bain just shows the mindless paranoid stance that those like FoxNews and Rush Limbaugh like to encourage. Take a minute and think about what it represents!




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