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Comments about the soundtrack for The Constant Gardener (Alberto Iglesias)

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Re: extremely IGNORANT review Jonathon Broxton
• Posted by: B
• Date: Monday, February 13, 2006, at 11:08 a.m.
• IP Address: 24-247-224-179.dhcp.trcy.mi.charter.com
• In Response to: Re: extremely OFFENSIVE review at moviemusicuk... (Colica Langa)

> You should also thank your British Empire for raping Africa of its beauty
> and supporting Africa's slavery to American drug companies. You British
> think you'r the best. But you are all "superior" pigs.

Sorry Ms. Africana

If I don't like Celine Dion, does that mean I hate all of Canada and am mocking all Canadiennes?

By the way, did you know Africans kept African slaves long before the British came along? And they did, indeed, fight one another for land and power on their own, without any help from the 'British.' But this, of course, was before the 'Magnificent Illusion' treaty of 1507 took hold, when all African tribes banded together and united and made s'mores while they danced around a fire and tried to vomit. That is how throat singing was born. You are right...it surely was a different time back then. Everyone lived in peace a harmony.

Then...the British Came...BUM BUM BUM!

Jonathon obviously forgot what a perfect commune all of Africa was before "The British" came along and raped their perfect perfectitude and all their perfect harmonious flowers and friendship and cookies and love and potpourri and left only warring tribes and cash crops and AIDS and every problem in the African countries.

So you see, the moral of the story is: Africans had crappy music back then too...long before the British came. And, even without Broxton, this music would still be awful. And your feigned indignance is awful. And your histrionics are awful.

And you are awful.

B

PS - But, I don't mean to offend you...unless you are a hippie.




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