Divided Country, Disposable People – American war crimes in Korea, A New Film By Mickey Grant ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED **

“I’m intensely promoting my nearly finished film about the history of American war crimes in Korea set against the background of the newly revealed history of the American intervention in Korea which started in the mid-1800’s. Here’s a link to an early edit of the film: [above – Ed]
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7417775420968970865
The completion of the film has been inhibited by a great deal of difficulty raising funds for it but I managed to shoot for several weeks in North Korea as well as in the south. I even have Noam Chomsky in the film and lots of amazing new revelations about what really happened in that war. What most people ignore is that there are over 30,000 American military personel present in South Korea… costing over a billion a month and they have been there over 50 years (50 time 12 billion=600 billion dollars).” – Mickey Grant

A revealing look at history that will change your perception of the modern world. Mr. Grant is looking for funding for his new film. Donations can be sent to:

Santa Cruz Film Foundation
5833 Turner
The Colony, Texas 75056

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