You don't want to lose that careerism, do you? And hey, here's some semitic filth featuring negroes buggering shiksas. Don't forget the Africa Ball! In between watching the negro bulls fight for a ball you can briefly turn out of the corner and watch the merchant on the electronic synagogue sing the virtues of inserting objects into the anus, the last and best civil rights frontier.
Milk screenwriter Dustin Lance Black and director Gus Van Sant are developing an eight-hour miniseries for ABC, which will chronicle the history of the gay rights movement.
Eight hours of bathroom stall heroes, wise hissing dykes, underage "twink" sickness, Buffalo Bill freak shows and pure, concentrated societal cancer. Our dead gay country, the series.
Black and Van Sant helmed the 2008 Harvey Milk biopic Milk, which won Academy Awards for Best Writing (Black) and Best Actor (Sean Penn).
Wow, awards and everything. What a hero.
When We Rise will reportedly cover the history of the movement, beginning with the Stonewall Riots of 1969.
You'll be amazed at how something this viscerally disgusting could gain mainstream acceptance thanks to total jewish control of the media and educational system.
[The miniseries] chronicles the personal and political struggles, setbacks and triumphs of a diverse family of LGBT men and women who helped pioneer one of the last legs of the U.S. Civil Rights movement from its turbulent infancy in the 20th century to the once unfathomable successes of today.
Unfathomable is right, what person living before the disastrous jewish century would even believe that "special rights for those with damaged rectums" would be one of the few remaining values of a dead nation along with "we all beez equalz" and "White man bad." Mute acceptance of the most vile perversions, this is the bitter harvest of the Long March Through the Culture.
Milk producer Bruce Cohen is also working as an executive producer on the project.
Every. Single. Time.
The jew promoting spiritual evil.