Not Just A Movie Not Just A Movie | Death of a Nation

By Sigrid Weidenweber

I do not as a rule review movies. However, I must make an exception for Dinesh D’Souza’s latest production. Tuesday, August 31, 2018, I was invited to the Red Carpet Premiere of Dinesh D’Souza’s new film Death of a Nation.

It was an amazing event. D” Souza managed to brilliantly show the historical events that extinguish nations, reducing them to rubble or totalitarian serfdom.

I have been blessed with a fairly long life and remember the fall of National Socialism in Germany. I was also a recipient of an extensive education on the subject and yet, I gained much knowledge, of historical data previously unavailable to me.

This is a strong, mind-inertia killing film, which will not get any exposure from the progressive media and must be supported by its viewers. It provides a teaching moment for the country and I strongly urge you to go and see it when it comes out this Friday in theaters.

Dinesh D’Souza with admirers from Westlake Village
From left to right Rosemary Licata, Beatrice Restifo,
Dinesh and Susan Patena.


Sigrid Weidenweber

Sigrid Weidenweber grew up in communist East Berlin, escaping it using a French passport. Ms. Weindenweber holds a degree in medical technology as well as psychology and has course work in Anthropology.  She is co-founder of Aid for Afghans.  Weindenweber has traveled the world and lived with Pakistani Muslims, learning about the culture and religion. She is a published author and lecturer.

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