More about the ABC kerfuffle

from Conspiracy Central (also known as huffingtonpost.com) ...

In fact, "The Path to 9/11" is produced and promoted by a well-honed propaganda operation consisting of a network of little-known right-wingers working from within Hollywood to counter its supposedly liberal bias. This is the network within the ABC network. Its godfather is far right activist David Horowitz, who has worked for more than a decade to establish a right-wing presence in Hollywood and to discredit mainstream film and TV production. On this project, he is working with a secretive evangelical religious right group founded by The Path to 9/11's director David Cunningham that proclaims its goal to "transform Hollywood" in line with its messianic vision.

Before The Path to 9/11 entered the production stage, Disney/ABC contracted David Cunningham as the film's director. Cunningham is no ordinary Hollywood journeyman. He is in fact the son of Loren Cunningham, founder of the right-wing evangelical group Youth With A Mission (YWAM). The young Cunningham helped found an auxiliary of his father's group called The Film Institute (TFI), which, according to its mission statement, is "dedicated to a Godly transformation and revolution TO and THROUGH the Film and Televisionindustry." As part of TFI's long-term strategy, Cunningham helped place interns from Youth With A Mission's a global training network in film industry jobs "so that they can begin to impact and transform Hollywood from the inside out," according to a YWAM report.

read more (and it is interesting.)
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It's all so quietly done behind the scenes. Left-wingers are noisier when they do a biased documentary. I just can't see Michael Moore doing stealth. Heh. Would be kind of funny if he tried it though.

Comments

  1. I read this blog post and thought of you since you'd just posted this ;) :

    http://hairshirt.blogspot.com/2006/09/crappy-tv-movie-that-isnt-on-lifetime.html

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  2. yeah, I suppose he's right. Freedom of speech comes first.

    I only hope it really is so dull that no one watches, despite all the publicity people like me are giving it.

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  3. Anonymous2:24 PM

    Ooooh, boy - I only thought I was infuriated before.

    (As an aside, I had a roommate once who was in Youth With A Mission - I hadn't heard of it in years - I suppose assumed it was defunct.)

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