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WOLVERINES!!!

There is a company called ReAction that has a smaller section called Super7 that makes 3/4 inch action figures like was sold to us in the 70s-80s. Their hook is they make toys from movies and shows that no toys ever got made from. Their newest is this release of characters from the classic John Milius written and directed masterpiece Red Dawn.

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  1. For those of you who aren’t old enough to have been adults when Red Dawn was first out, allow me to NB the following:

    The US press hasn’t become anti-American only recently. They were anti-American back during the Cold War too. There were all manner of snide comments about Red Dawn being a “Reaganite fantasy” and so on.

    In other words, the Pulitzer Prize that NY Times correspondent Walter Duranty received for being Stalin’s PR flak wasn’t an accident or oversight. Journalists have been scum since, well, Thomas Jefferson made note of the issue:

    “Nothing can now be believed which is seen in a newspaper. Truth itself becomes suspicious by being put into that polluted vehicle. The real extent of this state of misinformation is known only to those who are in situations to confront facts within their knowledge with the lies of the day.” T. Jefferson

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    • Here in 2020, “Who won the Cold War?” Has become an open question. The poison of Cultural Marxism, planted into our body politic by agents of the USSR and willingly accepted by fifth columnists in the media and academia is currently doing its malevolent work.

      Perhaps the fever of Bat Flu will burn Cultural Marxism out of our society, but early signs aren’t looking good.

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    • Remember when Red Dawn first came out and the press and movie critics called it ” a danger to western civilization”? lol I will never forget that
      Also recall how the antigun kooks howled over the “go get form 4473” line

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        • A truly watershed moment in the history of movie lines. I was a few years too young to understand what a 4473 was at the time, but soon after learned the importance. The next time I watched the movie as a re-run, the scene hit me.

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