Sunday, June 5, 2011

Pamela Geller Reviews 'Undefeated' - Game on!

While America may look to Alaska for energy, she should look there for leadership.
Atlas Shrugs blogger Pamela Geller has screened Steve Bannon's new Palin documentary "Undefeated" and in her review says "It's a blockbuster," because Gov. Palin is "a force of nature." Although Sarah Palin is one of the most media saturated of all public figures, Geller points to the paradox that very few know her real story or are aware of "her exceptional record." The blogger opines that no governor before her, including LaGuardia, Roosevelt or Reagan, can match the accomplishments Sarah Palin achieved in just in her first 18 months in office:
The film is divided into three parts. First, how she came from nothing to battle the corrupt powers fighting against her (and the best interest of Alaskans) and achieved unprecedented success in a very short period of time despite the odds. The second part of the film shows the true leadership, natural charisma and intelligence that makes Sarah Palin uniquely qualified to inherit the Reagan mantle. She is the only conservative leader who can lead a Reaganesque Revolution and bring the American people (the tea party movement) back into power and into the Oval office. Steve Bannon has been quoted as saying, "This film is a call to action for a campaign like 1976: Reagan vs. the establishment."

American needs this film.

I hope this is the opening salvo in the right's counter assault on the left's cultural choke-hold and manufactured narratives they audaciously call news. It is time, America, we go on the offense. Bannon kicks off the film by exposing the fierce pathology behind Palin Derangement Syndrome with a series of vidclips of well known "celebrities" spewing X-rated misogynistic, sexist, and vicious remarks about Palin. It speaks more to their character or lack thereof. Bannon actually has two versions of the film - the x-rated and the PG13 edit for family audiences. What I admire most is how Palin does not back down in spite of this misogynistic war on her very existence. Having been on the receiving end of violent left wing poison (I actually make a cameo in the film when a Keith Olbermann "worst person in the world" clip is used - I am the runner up to Palin) the abuse against her is shocking. And yet Sarah moves forward without hesitation with guts and grit and grace. I love her. She has character and spine like no one else. Obama would melt in one day under such relentless attack. The left does not realize that they have trained this woman for D-day battle.

America needs to see this movie if, for no other reason, to know what a real leader looks like and acts like and to understand what Palin actually accomplished. America must begin to understand how violent and destructive the elitists that control information dissemination have become. We witness an absolute campaign of destruction of a squeaky clean, brilliant, accomplished champion of the people by bloodthirsty, jealous hyenas. And the craven complicity of the Republican establishment will drive legions away from the old guard and their Rovian mechanics. The Old Guard must stand down.

Pamela Geller concludes her review with a call for Sarah Palin to run for president despite the heavy personal costs such a campaign would exact. Though the left and the Vichy right will ramp up their attacks on "this shining warrior," Gellar reassures the governor that "tens of millions have her back." Reagan conservatives need to have the the fire that motivates them reignited, the blogger argues, and Sarah Palin, who did just that at the RNC convention in 2008, would do so again as a candidate for the presidency in 2012.

You can follow "The Undefeated" on Twitter here and on Facebook here.

- JP

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