minutes that will open eyes. Destroy myths. Change minds. Save
Betrayed was awarded a Bronze Telly
in the history/biography film and video category. The
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have been produced.
never seen anything like Innocents Betrayed. This story
has never been told in a documentary film.
received the facts of Innocents Betrayed in public schools,
and likely not in the private schools. Neither do your kids
Sit and watch
for just 58 minutes. You'll see the photos, the footage, the
people, the faces. You'll read the laws and hear the proclamations.
You'll witness just enough horror to understand how easy it
is for armed killers to slaughter the disarmed, the powerless,
examples from all over the world: Russia, China, Germany, Cambodia,
Guatemala, Uganda, Rwanda and more. Examples showing how disarmed
people in America have suffered persecution, mass murder, slavery,
and terrorist attacks.
modern production, Innocents Betrayed presents the entirely
true accounts of how civilian disarmament made possible the
killing of millions. The point is made sharply, clearly, unforgettably.
It's the factual counterpoint to the lies in Michael Moore's
"Bowling for Columbine."
says: "Only the police and military should have guns; private
citizens don't need them." Your response: play the tape.
Show what happens when the government alone has all power.
says: "It's sensible to license guns and register their owners."
Your response: play the tape. Show how licensing and
registration were key elements to disarming populations, leaving
them vulnerable to methodical slaughter.
says: "America should follow the lead of the rest of the world
strict 'gun control.'" Your response: play the tape.
Show how the "rest of the world" lost 170,000,000 innocent,
non-combatant men, women and children. Millions died because
they were defenseless ... just look at the pictures ... see
the numbers ... look into the eyes of the victims.
says: "It can't happen here." Your response: play the tape.
Watch the American Experience segment and learn ... it already
happened here. Mass murders, vicious brutality. The victimsdisarmed
and powerless, by law. See with your own eyes the facts that
the mainstream media has ignored and concealed for decades.
Betrayed can move America solidly backits basic principles.
The people have the rights. The people control the government.
The government serves the people. The people keep the power
so that government can not grow oppressive. These basic principles
are what the Second Amendment recognizes and protects.
about 80 million gun owners in America. The vast majority are
decent, nonviolent, non-criminal citizens. Most of them don't
get involved. They don't understand how vital it is to protect
the right to private firearms ownership.
We need to
awaken these gun owners, to energize them, to get them committed
to protecting our rights. Innocents Betrayed is the best
tool to rouse them, shake them, motivate them to join in the
fight like never before.
are millions of pro-self defense parents in America. We need
to help those parents teach their children about firearms ownership.
Why it's so crucially important. Why they must helpand
vote to supportthe cause of freedom and firearms ownership.
We need those
parents to show their kids Innocents Betrayed.
In many households,
one spouse understands firearms ownership. The other spouse
doesn't understand, is afraid of guns, thinks guns are just
ugly dangerous killing machines, is against having a gun in
We need to
show those spouses Innocents Betrayed.
Contents of Innocents
delivers the facts, figures, photos and footage that show the
connection between victim disarmament policies and these topics:
| Armenian Genocide
|| Black Slavery
| Soviet Terror
|| "Black Codes"
| Rape of Nanking
|| Lynching in America
| Communist Chinese
|| Forcible Relocations
| Cambodian Genocide
||Wounded Knee Massacre
| Ugandan Genocide
|| Texas Cafeteria
| Rwanda Genocide
|| California Pitchfork
|| Terrorist Attack
After the credits roll,
there are two short interviews of Aaron Zelman and Richard Stevens.
They discuss points not raised in the film and reveal behind-the-scenes
challenges of making this film