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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: Trevor   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, July 27, 2012, at 12:07 p.m.
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• In Response to: Socialist propaganda from Hans Zimmer and Chri... (Justice)

> There is no coincidence that the name of the villain in The Dark Knight
> Rises is "Bane". It is a clear attempt to equate evil with Mitt
> Romney's experience at Bain Capital. The villain was chosen by Christopher
> Nolan knowing that Romney would be the candidate fighting President Barack
> Insane Obama in 2012. Blame Nolan for acting on behalf of the DNC and its
> socialist agenda by creating an attack advertisement in the form of a
> movie.

> Hans Zimmer intentionally chose a monolithic chanting motif for the music
> representing Bane in order to make the Bane/Bain connection sound as
> horrific as possible. The attempt associates Bain Capital with a
> frightening and oppressive organization that hurts ordinary people as much
> as the villain Bane in the movie. Zimmer is himself a socialist and has
> contributed tens of thousands of dollars to the campaigns of President
> Barack Insane Obama, Harry Reid, Barbara Boxer, John Kerry, and the DNC,
> along with many others. His widely publicized solicitation of vocal chants
> from society for use in his original score is inherently a socialist
> practice.

> Politics is about manipulating voters to do what you want. Nolan and
> Zimmer are using The Dark Knight Rises as a subliminal tool to discredit
> the experience of Governor Romney, the only man who can save America from
> the economic destruction committed by President Barack Insane Obama.

This is actually pretty funny!lmfao

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