Postal

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  • Released: 2008
    • Length: 01:32
    • Plays: ???
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After the September 11th attacks, our world went through some dramatic changes. We have wars and terror in Afghanistan, Israel, Lebanon, Iraq and various states in Africa. The USA and Europe are scared to loose the leadership of the planet to China and India. Muslim fanatics and fundamentalists are gaining enough power to destroy our security and freedom. The American and European people are heavily swayed by the mass media that is supporting the USA strategy of resolving these threats through war. We have quickly developed an innate self-censorship in order to survive this crazed and fragile state of existence. People are now afraid to speak their mind for fear of repercussions. If Bin Laden is a crazed fanatic, mass murderer, are we to assume that George Bush is a wonderful leader? If Moslems are perceived as terrorists, then are all Christians and Jews doing the right thing? The world is in need of a film that is tougher in it's humorous mockery of the globe than 'SOUTH PARK'. The audience is ready to approach this type of satire with live actors rather than cartoons. 'POSTAL' will not accept any form of censorship. Our present political situation is intolerable. We have deranged religious fanatics on one hand and lobbyists from the oil and weapon industries on the other hand. Both sides are actively working at destroying the planet. This world is slowly dying due to global warming and pollution caused by man s corporate greed and stupidity. If intelligent people do not stop this madness, then our grandchildren will not experience life. 'POSTAL' will insult all cultures, religions, political groups and leaders. No one will be spared. The film is intended to provoke thought, laughter and open debate. Our world is out of balance and 'POSTAL' will reflect just how fucked up we are. I see myself as a member of the world community. I have no religious affiliation. Religion has often been a catalyst for the many crimes and w

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