Monday, June 04, 2007

Fred Thompson has a question for Michael Moore

Fred asks Moore if he asked about a documentary film maker while he has in Cuba. Castro doesn't allow publishing the facts and opinions about his miserable country and the Cuban filmmaker was punished for it. Nicolás Guillén Landrián Video at YouTube: Read Thompson's column on this at Pajamas Media.
If Moore wants a subject for a real documentary, I would suggest looking into the life of Cuban painter and award-winning documentarian Nicolás Guillén Landrián. He was denied the right to practice his art for using the Beatles’ song, “The Fool on the Hill,” as background music behind footage of Castro climbing a mountain. Later, he was given plenty of free Cuban health care when he was confined for years in a “mental institution” and given devastating, repeated electroshock “treatments.”

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