Final Word from Monday, September 13, 2004





Václav Klaus told TV Nova last week that he can't recommend "Fahrenheit 9/11" to anyone, but a full house showed up anyway at the Světozor theater in Prague on Sat. for the premiere. The crowd was overwhelmingly biased against George W. Bush. The film itself probably didn't convince anyone, because most viewers had clearly made up their mind in advance. In an organized discussion after the showing, most comments were critical of U.S. foreign policy and the effort to export democracy. The few Bush backers criticized the film for being Goebbels-like propaganda and for taking liberties with the facts. Such comments were met with sneers and boos. Klaus, too, told Nova that the film brought back memories of communist propaganda. In a stab at the Republicans, though, he said Moore's propaganda is perhaps a reaction to the propaganda from the other side. democrats republican party democratic

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