Film Producer, Activist & Documentary Maker
Aaron Russo was an American entertainment businessman, film producer, and political activist, born on February 14, 1943. He made significant contributions to the film industry through producing movies like "Trading Places" and "The Rose." Later in life, he became known for his political activism and documentary filmmaking.
Russo's documentary "America: Freedom to Fascism" (2006) questioned government control and monetary policies, sparking discussions about personal freedoms and government accountability.
Aaron Russo's impact on both the entertainment world and political discourse continues to inspire critical thinking and conversations about the role of government in society.
The end goal is to get everybody chipped, to control the whole society, to have the bankers and the elite people control the world.
The two-party system is a bad joke on the American people; when it comes to Republicans and Democrats remember they are two sides of the same coin. Voting for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil and not an answer to our problems. A vote for a Republican or a Democrat will not fix anything and is a wasted vote.
You have to stand up for what's right in life. Unless you do that... you're nothing.
If you don't allow freedom, then you can't have freedom.
I believe God put me on this Earth to be the best person I could be, and that God put everyone to be the best person they could be.