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At the Evian Conference convened by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1938, the Dominican Republic was the only country that offered asylum to refugees from Nazi Germany. Rafael Trujillo, the dictator of the Dominican Republic, was ready to provide a place to escape from Nazi persecution to one hundred thousand Jewish refugees. This was a very generous offer, given that the population of the Dominican Republic was just 1.6 million. Trujillo hoped that his actions would please Roosevelt. His policy of ethnic cleansing, which led to the slaughter of about twelve thousand unwanted black Haitian immigrants in October 1937, had tarnished his international reputation. At the same time, Trujillo was interested in attracting white and therefore "civilized" immigrants. Since "whiteness" was the only precondition for "acceptable" immigrants in Trujillo’s eyes, he considered as desirable immigrants not only the Jews persecuted in Germany, but also those persecuted by Franco after his victory in the Spanish Civil War. Their political or religious affiliation did not, at least in Trujillo’s mind, diminish their "whiteness." While the entire world was evolving toward restrictive immigration policies and created barriers against Jewish refugees, the Dominican Republic represented a rare exception. Still, racism was also an underlying principle for Dominican immigration policy, but Jews fell in this country on the right side of the imaginary color line.

Trujillo also hoped that these refugees would mobilize resources to modernize Dominican agriculture and its economy in general. He expected newcomers to have the necessary means of support that would keep them from becoming a burden for the receiving state. In addition, these newcomers were not to become competition for the local population. Agriculture was, therefore, practically the only option left open to them. The American Jewish Joint Committee was willing to support Jewish emigration to the Dominican Republic in the hope that the Dominican case would provide a model for many more Latin American countries.

The Dominican Republic saved the lives of about three thousand Jewish refugees, at times merely by granting them a visa. About two thousand Jews passed through the republic before arriving at their final destination, the United States. Trujillo, in tandem with American Jewish organizations, would have welcomed many more refugees were it not for the lack of funding, and, even more important, the lack of support of the United States during the war. Shortly after the end of the war, an additional one hundred Jews found a new home in the Dominican Republic, but the founding of the state of Israel and the opening of the United States for Jewish displaced persons precluded the need for new places of settlement.

Kaplan’s book, a social and political history of Sosúa, is divided into seven chapters. The first chapter discusses the Dominican rescue operation, starting with the Evian Conference and the Dominican invitation. The second chapter analyzes in detail the preparatory negotiations between Jewish charities and Trujillo’s government. Chapters 3 and 4 focus on the arrival of the refugees in Sosúa. Chapters 5 and 6 outline how the refugees settled in Sosúa and problems that arose. The final chapter closes with the postwar exodus and the memories of the refugees and their children, as well as those of the local Dominican population with regard to Sosúa. Very few of the Jewish refugees remained in the Dominican Republic. Most moved to the United States because it offered them a life more similar to the one they were forced to leave behind in Europe.

The first two chapters discuss the reasons for the Dominican Republic’s generous immigration policy with regard to German Jews. Here, Kaplan focuses her discussion on the strategies of Jewish aid organizations. The following four chapters provide a social history of Jewish immigration to the Dominican Republic. Kaplan investigates financial support for Jewish immigrants provided by the Jewish Joint Committee. With this support and the help of Dominican laborers, Jewish immigrants were able to create a new home for themselves. The human stories of several hundred Jewish refugees who were confronted with a new climate and the pressures to learn new professions as well as a new language figure prominently in this book. The account of German-Jewish businessmen, artists, and employees forced to leave their home and start anew in the Dominican Republic, where they mostly became farmers in a tropical climate, is based on extensive archival sources and some interviews. Kaplan, an expert in German-Jewish history, draws on sources from various Jewish archives to outline the strategies of Jewish aid organizations and their impact on the lives of the refugees. The manner in which the refugees coped with the new reality is well researched, giving close attention to relations with the local population, the psychological problems linked to their forced emigration, and the impact of the lack of information about the fate of family and friends left behind in Europe. This social history makes the refugees come alive again and is the most impressive part of this book.

Kaplan’s account of Jewish migration to the Dominican Republic makes one curious about the fate of other refugees arriving on that island during that time. Spanish refugees, in particular, deserve attention. Further, many more Jewish refugees arrived outside of the "official" migration. What happened to those who arrived on their own and did not settle in Sosúa? It appears as if most individual applications for asylum from Jewish refugees were rejected: Trujillo wanted only a selective and subsidized immigration of refugees. When, in 1938, leaders of the Dominican Republic thought penniless refugees would flood the country, Trujillo decreed Law 48 (December 1938). This law increased the amount of money required upon entering the country to five hundred dollars for people of Mongolian and African races, but also for foreigners who were stateless. According to Kaplan, the last provision included German and Austrian Jewish refugees and produced almost ninety thousand dollars in revenue in 1939. It appeared as the "Jewish entrance tax" in the Annual Statistics of the Dominican Republic.[1] In addition, the Dominican residence tax required ten dollars per year for Jewish residents and only six dollars for non-Jews. These decisions are very much in line with developments in other Latin American countries. Simone Gigliotti writes, however, that the immigration tax of five hundred pesos was meant for "foreigners of the Semitic race" and that, in 1940, Trujillo went one step further and prohibited all Jewish immigration, except to Sosúa, in spite of "how much money they can provide."[2] Kaplan considers this issue as largely irrelevant and mentions that the authorities, under pressure from Jewish aid organizations, quickly abolished this legislation. Kaplan pays little attention to Law 48. A closer understanding of the law’s impact would have required additional research in Dominican archives, if they exist, to better understand the contradiction between the restrictive, if not anti-Semitic, Dominican immigration policy and the rescue efforts for Jewish refugees in Sosúa. The latter is central to this book, but the Sosúa story could have benefited from a stronger integration in a global analysis of Dominican immigration and refugee policy. In particular, a comparison of the Spanish and Jewish refugees’ experience in the Dominican Republic would have furthered the analysis of the reception of the refugees and of anti-Semitism and nativism among the local population. It would also have been useful to include the experiences of Jewish refugees who arrived in the Dominican Republic on their own. Kaplan could arrive at the conclusion that there was no anti-Semitism and nativism in the Dominican Republic because of her selective approach.

The book on the rescue efforts for Jewish refugees in Sosúa is a very valuable contribution to research on the German-Jewish refugee experience, Dominican immigration policy, and interethnic relations. It is written with much attention to the human dimension.

Notes

[1]. The author writes that Jewish refugees of Nazi Germany were affected "because when they left the expanded German Reich, their passports declared 'without citizenship or nationality.' Thus Germany would never have to allow Jews to reenter because they were no longer citizens" (p. 39). This contention is valid only for stateless Jews under the protection of the German authorities (the holders of a German Fremdenpass) who seem to have had no right to return. The validity of their travel documents was not extended once they were abroad. However, Nazi Germany did not create a legal obstacle to the return of German Jews. Although they did not want the Jews to return, few were denaturalized in the 1930s. Upon return, German Jews were not stopped at the German border, but as early as 1935 and later they were taken to concentration camps. This punishment was most effective in convincing Jews to remain in the countries where they had asylum. The legal fiction of upholding (second-class) German citizenship for German Jews lasted until 1941, when they were collectively denationalized. This legal Germanness of these Jews was probably upheld so as not to endanger emigration opportunities. In addition, immigration restrictions would have affected Aryan German nationals too. Holger Berschel, Bürokratie und Terror: Das Judenreferat der Gestapo Düsseldorf, 1935-1945 (Essen: Klartext, 2001), 262-274; Martin Dean, “The Development and Implementation of Nazi Denaturalization and Confiscation Policy up to the Eleventh Decree to the Reich Citizenship Law,” Holocaust and Genocide Studies 16 (2002): 217-242; Michael Hepp, Die Ausbürgerung deutscher Staatsangehöriger 1933-45 nach den im Reichsanzeiger veröffentlichten Listen (Munich: K. G. Saur, 1985-88); and Frank Caestecker and  Bob Moore, eds., Refugees from Nazi-Germany and the Liberal European States, 1933-1939 (Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books, in press).

[2]. Simone Gigliotti, “'Acapulco in the Atlantic': Revisiting Sosúa, a Jewish Refugee Colony in the Caribbean,” Immigrants and Minorities, 24 (2006): 29.
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At the Evian Conference convened by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1938, the Dominican Republic was the only country that offered asylum to refugees from Nazi Germany. Rafael Trujillo, the dictator of the Dominican Republic, was ready to provide a place to escape from Nazi persecution to one hundred thousand Jewish refugees. This was a very generous offer, given that the population of the Dominican Republic was just 1.6 million. Trujillo hoped that his actions would please Roosevelt. His policy of ethnic cleansing, which led to the slaughter of about twelve thousand unwanted black Haitian immigrants in October 1937, had tarnished his international reputation. At the same time, Trujillo was interested in attracting white and therefore "civilized" immigrants. Since "whiteness" was the only precondition for "acceptable" immigrants in Trujillo’s eyes, he considered as desirable immigrants not only the Jews persecuted in Germany, but also those persecuted by Franco after his victory in the Spanish Civil War. Their political or religious affiliation did not, at least in Trujillo’s mind, diminish their "whiteness." While the entire world was evolving toward restrictive immigration policies and created barriers against Jewish refugees, the Dominican Republic represented a rare exception. Still, racism was also an underlying principle for Dominican immigration policy, but Jews fell in this country on the right side of the imaginary color line.

Trujillo also hoped that these refugees would mobilize resources to modernize Dominican agriculture and its economy in general. He expected newcomers to have the necessary means of support that would keep them from becoming a burden for the receiving state. In addition, these newcomers were not to become competition for the local population. Agriculture was, therefore, practically the only option left open to them. The American Jewish Joint Committee was willing to support Jewish emigration to the Dominican Republic in the hope that the Dominican case would provide a model for many more Latin American countries.

The Dominican Republic saved the lives of about three thousand Jewish refugees, at times merely by granting them a visa. About two thousand Jews passed through the republic before arriving at their final destination, the United States. Trujillo, in tandem with American Jewish organizations, would have welcomed many more refugees were it not for the lack of funding, and, even more important, the lack of support of the United States during the war. Shortly after the end of the war, an additional one hundred Jews found a new home in the Dominican Republic, but the founding of the state of Israel and the opening of the United States for Jewish displaced persons precluded the need for new places of settlement.

Kaplan’s book, a social and political history of Sosúa, is divided into seven chapters. The first chapter discusses the Dominican rescue operation, starting with the Evian Conference and the Dominican invitation. The second chapter analyzes in detail the preparatory negotiations between Jewish charities and Trujillo’s government. Chapters 3 and 4 focus on the arrival of the refugees in Sosúa. Chapters 5 and 6 outline how the refugees settled in Sosúa and problems that arose. The final chapter closes with the postwar exodus and the memories of the refugees and their children, as well as those of the local Dominican population with regard to Sosúa. Very few of the Jewish refugees remained in the Dominican Republic. Most moved to the United States because it offered them a life more similar to the one they were forced to leave behind in Europe.

The first two chapters discuss the reasons for the Dominican Republic’s generous immigration policy with regard to German Jews. Here, Kaplan focuses her discussion on the strategies of Jewish aid organizations. The following four chapters provide a social history of Jewish immigration to the Dominican Republic. Kaplan investigates financial support for Jewish immigrants provided by the Jewish Joint Committee. With this support and the help of Dominican laborers, Jewish immigrants were able to create a new home for themselves. The human stories of several hundred Jewish refugees who were confronted with a new climate and the pressures to learn new professions as well as a new language figure prominently in this book. The account of German-Jewish businessmen, artists, and employees forced to leave their home and start anew in the Dominican Republic, where they mostly became farmers in a tropical climate, is based on extensive archival sources and some interviews. Kaplan, an expert in German-Jewish history, draws on sources from various Jewish archives to outline the strategies of Jewish aid organizations and their impact on the lives of the refugees. The manner in which the refugees coped with the new reality is well researched, giving close attention to relations with the local population, the psychological problems linked to their forced emigration, and the impact of the lack of information about the fate of family and friends left behind in Europe. This social history makes the refugees come alive again and is the most impressive part of this book.

Kaplan’s account of Jewish migration to the Dominican Republic makes one curious about the fate of other refugees arriving on that island during that time. Spanish refugees, in particular, deserve attention. Further, many more Jewish refugees arrived outside of the "official" migration. What happened to those who arrived on their own and did not settle in Sosúa? It appears as if most individual applications for asylum from Jewish refugees were rejected: Trujillo wanted only a selective and subsidized immigration of refugees. When, in 1938, leaders of the Dominican Republic thought penniless refugees would flood the country, Trujillo decreed Law 48 (December 1938). This law increased the amount of money required upon entering the country to five hundred dollars for people of Mongolian and African races, but also for foreigners who were stateless. According to Kaplan, the last provision included German and Austrian Jewish refugees and produced almost ninety thousand dollars in revenue in 1939. It appeared as the "Jewish entrance tax" in the Annual Statistics of the Dominican Republic.[1] In addition, the Dominican residence tax required ten dollars per year for Jewish residents and only six dollars for non-Jews. These decisions are very much in line with developments in other Latin American countries. Simone Gigliotti writes, however, that the immigration tax of five hundred pesos was meant for "foreigners of the Semitic race" and that, in 1940, Trujillo went one step further and prohibited all Jewish immigration, except to Sosúa, in spite of "how much money they can provide."[2] Kaplan considers this issue as largely irrelevant and mentions that the authorities, under pressure from Jewish aid organizations, quickly abolished this legislation. Kaplan pays little attention to Law 48. A closer understanding of the law’s impact would have required additional research in Dominican archives, if they exist, to better understand the contradiction between the restrictive, if not anti-Semitic, Dominican immigration policy and the rescue efforts for Jewish refugees in Sosúa. The latter is central to this book, but the Sosúa story could have benefited from a stronger integration in a global analysis of Dominican immigration and refugee policy. In particular, a comparison of the Spanish and Jewish refugees’ experience in the Dominican Republic would have furthered the analysis of the reception of the refugees and of anti-Semitism and nativism among the local population. It would also have been useful to include the experiences of Jewish refugees who arrived in the Dominican Republic on their own. Kaplan could arrive at the conclusion that there was no anti-Semitism and nativism in the Dominican Republic because of her selective approach.

The book on the rescue efforts for Jewish refugees in Sosúa is a very valuable contribution to research on the German-Jewish refugee experience, Dominican immigration policy, and interethnic relations. It is written with much attention to the human dimension.

Notes

[1]. The author writes that Jewish refugees of Nazi Germany were affected "because when they left the expanded German Reich, their passports declared 'without citizenship or nationality.' Thus Germany would never have to allow Jews to reenter because they were no longer citizens" (p. 39). This contention is valid only for stateless Jews under the protection of the German authorities (the holders of a German Fremdenpass) who seem to have had no right to return. The validity of their travel documents was not extended once they were abroad. However, Nazi Germany did not create a legal obstacle to the return of German Jews. Although they did not want the Jews to return, few were denaturalized in the 1930s. Upon return, German Jews were not stopped at the German border, but as early as 1935 and later they were taken to concentration camps. This punishment was most effective in convincing Jews to remain in the countries where they had asylum. The legal fiction of upholding (second-class) German citizenship for German Jews lasted until 1941, when they were collectively denationalized. This legal Germanness of these Jews was probably upheld so as not to endanger emigration opportunities. In addition, immigration restrictions would have affected Aryan German nationals too. Holger Berschel, Bürokratie und Terror: Das Judenreferat der Gestapo Düsseldorf, 1935-1945 (Essen: Klartext, 2001), 262-274; Martin Dean, “The Development and Implementation of Nazi Denaturalization and Confiscation Policy up to the Eleventh Decree to the Reich Citizenship Law,” Holocaust and Genocide Studies 16 (2002): 217-242; Michael Hepp, Die Ausbürgerung deutscher Staatsangehöriger 1933-45 nach den im Reichsanzeiger veröffentlichten Listen (Munich: K. G. Saur, 1985-88); and Frank Caestecker and  Bob Moore, eds., Refugees from Nazi-Germany and the Liberal European States, 1933-1939 (Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books, in press).

[2]. Simone Gigliotti, “'Acapulco in the Atlantic': Revisiting Sosúa, a Jewish Refugee Colony in the Caribbean,” Immigrants and Minorities, 24 (2006): 29.
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Young girl taking a rest from collecting paper and plastic. A few min to study the map of Phnom Penh. On the riverside in front of the Royal Palace. To many children spend their time on the street collecting rubbish instead of going to school. Two good NGO's helping children, in Phnom Penh: http://www.friends-international.org in Siem Reap: http://www.newhopecambodia.com
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Selling TV Shows (All from Blu-ray Sets)
Arrow: Season 2 - $6 (Daily Special) NOT FOR RESALE
Big Bang Theory: Season 7 - $8
Breaking Bad: Season 5 - $7
Breaking Bad: Last Season - $7
Downton Abbey: Seasons 1-4 -$15 (VUDU only)
Falling Skies: Season 2 - $10 (Flixster)
Hannibal: Season 1 - $8
Hannibal: Season 2 - $8
House of Cards: Season 2 - $10
Little House in the Prairie: Season 2 - $8
Mad Men: The Final Season - Part 1 - $4
Newsroom: Season 2 - $10 (UV only)
Newsroom: Season 2 - $8 (iTunes only)
Orange is the New Black: Season 1 - $8
Person of Interest: Season 3 - $10
Shameless: Season 3 - $8
Supernatural: Season 8 - $8
Supernatural: Season 9 - $10
Vampire Diaries: Season 5 - $8
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $35 (iTunes only)
True Blood: Season 4 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 5 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 6 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 6 - $6 (iTunes only)


Disney Movies:
Guardians of the Galaxy (DMR/DMA only) - $5
Guardians of the Galaxy (DC+ only - VUDU) - $5
Nightmare Before Christmas (iTunes XML only) - $6
Secret of the Wings (iTunes XML only) - $6


UV Movies(From Blu-ray):
Friday the 13th: Complete Collection - $30 (12 Movies)
Leprechaun: Complete Movie Collection - $15
Twilight: Complete Collection - $20 (5 Movies)
Goodzilla - $3
Psycho - $3
The Dictator - $3
X-Men: Days of Future Past - $3


UV Movies (From DVD):
Afflicted - $2
Argo - $2
Blood Ties - $2
Thanks for Sharing - $2
That Awkward Moment - $2


iTunes Movies(HD):
2 Guns - $2
As Above so below - $3
Bad Grandpa - $2
Beethoven's Treasure Tail - $3
Dallas Buyers Club - $3
Divergent - $3
Dredd - $2
Homefront - $2
Legend of Hercules - $2
Sixteen Candles - $3
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - $3
The Expendables 3 (Unrated) - $3
The Little Rascals - $3
The Place Beyond the pines - $2
The Purge: Anarchy - $3
Transformers: Age of Extinction - $2
Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection - $2
Wanderlust - $3
World War Z - $2


iTunes Movies(XML only):
Epic - $1.5 (Honor code)
XMen First Class - $1.5 (Honor code)


Google Play only - TV Series:
Boardwalk Empire: Season 3 - $4
Clear History - $3
Eastbound and Down: Season 4 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 1 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 2 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 3 - $4
Girls: Season 1 - $4
My Big Fat Greek Wedding - $4
Newsroom: Season 2 - $4
Strike Back: Season 2 - $4
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $15
True Blood: Seasons 1 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 2 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 3 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 6 - $4
True Blood: Season 7 - $4
Veep: Season 2 - $4


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Selling TV Shows (All from Blu-ray Sets)
Arrow: Season 2 - $6 (Daily Special) NOT FOR RESALE
Big Bang Theory: Season 7 - $8
Breaking Bad: Season 5 - $7
Breaking Bad: Last Season - $7
Downton Abbey: Seasons 1-4 -$15 (VUDU only)
Falling Skies: Season 2 - $10 (Flixster)
Hannibal: Season 1 - $8
Hannibal: Season 2 - $8
House of Cards: Season 2 - $10
Little House in the Prairie: Season 2 - $8
Mad Men: The Final Season - Part 1 - $4
Newsroom: Season 2 - $10 (UV only)
Newsroom: Season 2 - $8 (iTunes only)
Orange is the New Black: Season 1 - $8
Person of Interest: Season 3 - $10
Shameless: Season 3 - $8
Supernatural: Season 8 - $8
Supernatural: Season 9 - $10
Vampire Diaries: Season 5 - $8
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $35 (iTunes only)
True Blood: Season 4 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 5 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 6 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 6 - $6 (iTunes only)


Disney Movies:
Guardians of the Galaxy (DMR/DMA only) - $5
Guardians of the Galaxy (DC+ only - VUDU) - $5
Nightmare Before Christmas (iTunes XML only) - $6
Secret of the Wings (iTunes XML only) - $6


UV Movies(From Blu-ray):
Friday the 13th: Complete Collection - $30 (12 Movies)
Leprechaun: Complete Movie Collection - $15
Twilight: Complete Collection - $20 (5 Movies)
Goodzilla - $3
Psycho - $3
The Dictator - $3
X-Men: Days of Future Past - $3


UV Movies (From DVD):
Afflicted - $2
Argo - $2
Blood Ties - $2
Thanks for Sharing - $2
That Awkward Moment - $2


iTunes Movies(HD):
2 Guns - $2
As Above so below - $3
Bad Grandpa - $2
Beethoven's Treasure Tail - $3
Dallas Buyers Club - $3
Divergent - $3
Dredd - $2
Homefront - $2
Legend of Hercules - $2
Sixteen Candles - $3
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - $3
The Expendables 3 (Unrated) - $3
The Little Rascals - $3
The Place Beyond the pines - $2
The Purge: Anarchy - $3
Transformers: Age of Extinction - $2
Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection - $2
Wanderlust - $3
World War Z - $2


iTunes Movies(XML only):
Epic - $1.5 (Honor code)
XMen First Class - $1.5 (Honor code)


Google Play only - TV Series:
Boardwalk Empire: Season 3 - $4
Clear History - $3
Eastbound and Down: Season 4 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 1 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 2 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 3 - $4
Girls: Season 1 - $4
My Big Fat Greek Wedding - $4
Newsroom: Season 2 - $4
Strike Back: Season 2 - $4
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $15
True Blood: Seasons 1 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 2 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 3 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 6 - $4
True Blood: Season 7 - $4
Veep: Season 2 - $4


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Selling TV Shows (All from Blu-ray Sets)
Arrow: Season 2 - $6 (Daily Special) NOT FOR RESALE
Big Bang Theory: Season 7 - $8
Breaking Bad: Season 5 - $7
Breaking Bad: Last Season - $7
Downton Abbey: Seasons 1-4 -$15 (VUDU only)
Falling Skies: Season 2 - $10 (Flixster)
Hannibal: Season 1 - $8
Hannibal: Season 2 - $8
House of Cards: Season 2 - $10
Little House in the Prairie: Season 2 - $8
Mad Men: The Final Season - Part 1 - $4
Newsroom: Season 2 - $10 (UV only)
Newsroom: Season 2 - $8 (iTunes only)
Orange is the New Black: Season 1 - $8
Person of Interest: Season 3 - $10
Shameless: Season 3 - $8
Supernatural: Season 8 - $8
Supernatural: Season 9 - $10
Vampire Diaries: Season 5 - $8
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $35 (iTunes only)
True Blood: Season 4 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 5 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 6 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 6 - $6 (iTunes only)


Disney Movies:
Guardians of the Galaxy (DMR/DMA only) - $5
Guardians of the Galaxy (DC+ only - VUDU) - $5
Nightmare Before Christmas (iTunes XML only) - $6
Secret of the Wings (iTunes XML only) - $6


UV Movies(From Blu-ray):
Friday the 13th: Complete Collection - $30 (12 Movies)
Leprechaun: Complete Movie Collection - $15
Twilight: Complete Collection - $20 (5 Movies)
Goodzilla - $3
Psycho - $3
The Dictator - $3
X-Men: Days of Future Past - $3


UV Movies (From DVD):
Afflicted - $2
Argo - $2
Blood Ties - $2
Thanks for Sharing - $2
That Awkward Moment - $2


iTunes Movies(HD):
2 Guns - $2
As Above so below - $3
Bad Grandpa - $2
Beethoven's Treasure Tail - $3
Dallas Buyers Club - $3
Divergent - $3
Dredd - $2
Homefront - $2
Legend of Hercules - $2
Sixteen Candles - $3
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - $3
The Expendables 3 (Unrated) - $3
The Little Rascals - $3
The Place Beyond the pines - $2
The Purge: Anarchy - $3
Transformers: Age of Extinction - $2
Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection - $2
Wanderlust - $3
World War Z - $2


iTunes Movies(XML only):
Epic - $1.5 (Honor code)
XMen First Class - $1.5 (Honor code)


Google Play only - TV Series:
Boardwalk Empire: Season 3 - $4
Clear History - $3
Eastbound and Down: Season 4 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 1 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 2 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 3 - $4
Girls: Season 1 - $4
My Big Fat Greek Wedding - $4
Newsroom: Season 2 - $4
Strike Back: Season 2 - $4
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $15
True Blood: Seasons 1 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 2 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 3 - $4
True Blood: Seasons 6 - $4
True Blood: Season 7 - $4
Veep: Season 2 - $4


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https://plus.google.com/105197616962837358491 johnwaynegodbless : why would president Obama at a news conference today refer to President Clinton, strictly as Clinton's...
why would president Obama at a news conference today refer to President Clinton, strictly as Clinton's administration and when it comes to the dictator in Cuba he were first to him as president Castro.
 
the dictator of Cuba should be labeled as just that a dictator that has caused American lives and murdered its own people. Clinton should be referred to which he has and any other president has referred to him as President Clinton.
 
it truly shows the state of mind where president Obama is in regards to peoples class and order.
Watch the video: Cuba and America ??
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Cuba and America ??
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Selling TV Shows (All from Blu-ray Sets)
Arrow: Season 2 - $6 (Daily Special) NOT FOR RESALE
Big Bang Theory: Season 7 - $8
Breaking Bad: Season 5 - $7
Breaking Bad: Last Season - $7
Downton Abbey: Seasons 1-4 -$15 (VUDU only)
Falling Skies: Season 2 - $12 (Flixster)
Hannibal: Season 1 - $8
Hannibal: Season 2 - $8
House of Cards: Season 2 - $10
Newsroom: Season 2 - $10 (UV only)
Newsroom: Season 2 - $8 (iTunes only)
Orange is the New Black: Season 1 - $8
Person of Interest: Season 3 - $10
Shameless: Season 3 - $8
Supernatural: Season 8 - $8
Supernatural: Season 9 - $10
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $35 (iTunes only)
True Blood: Season 4 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 5 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 6 - $8 (UV only)
Vampire Diaries: Season 5 - $8



UV Movies(From Blu-ray):
Friday the 13th: Complete Collection - $30 (12 Movies)
Leprechaun: Complete Movie Collection - $15
Jack and the cuckoo clock heart - $4 (VUDU only)
Twilight: Complete Collection - $20 (5 Movies)
Fast and Furious 6 (extended) - $2.5
Goodzilla - $3
Haunted House - $3
Psycho - $5
The Dictator - $3
X-Men: Days of Future Past - $3


iTunes Movies(HD):
2 Guns - $2
As Above so below - $3
Bad Grandpa - $2
Dallas Buyers Club - $3
Divergent - $3
Homefront - $2
Sixteen Candles - $3
The Expendables 3 (Unrated) - $3
The Little Rascals - $3
The Place Beyond the pines - $3
The Purge: Anarchy - $3
Transformers: Age of Extinction - $3
Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection - $2
Wanderlust - $3
World War Z - $2


Google Play only - TV Series:
Boardwalk Empire: Season 3 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 1-3 - $12
Girls: Season 1 - $4
Strike Back: Season 2 - $4
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $20
True Blood: Seasons 1-3 - $12
True Blood: Seasons 6 - $4
True Blood: Season 7 - $6
True Detective: Season 1 - $4
Veep: Season 2 - $4

* I can assist redeeming titles that are not from US.
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https://plus.google.com/103399513257788876116 Jesus A : Selling TV Shows (All from Blu-ray Sets) Arrow: Season 2 - $6 (Daily Special) NOT FOR RESALE Big Bang...
Selling TV Shows (All from Blu-ray Sets)
Arrow: Season 2 - $6 (Daily Special) NOT FOR RESALE
Big Bang Theory: Season 7 - $8
Breaking Bad: Season 5 - $7
Breaking Bad: Last Season - $7
Downton Abbey: Seasons 1-4 -$15 (VUDU only)
Falling Skies: Season 2 - $12 (Flixster)
Hannibal: Season 1 - $8
Hannibal: Season 2 - $8
House of Cards: Season 2 - $10
Newsroom: Season 2 - $10 (UV only)
Newsroom: Season 2 - $8 (iTunes only)
Orange is the New Black: Season 1 - $8
Person of Interest: Season 3 - $10
Shameless: Season 3 - $8
Supernatural: Season 8 - $8
Supernatural: Season 9 - $10
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $35 (iTunes only)
True Blood: Season 4 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 5 - $8 (UV only)
True Blood: Season 6 - $8 (UV only)
Vampire Diaries: Season 5 - $8



UV Movies(From Blu-ray):
Friday the 13th: Complete Collection - $30 (12 Movies)
Leprechaun: Complete Movie Collection - $15
Jack and the cuckoo clock heart - $4 (VUDU only)
Twilight: Complete Collection - $20 (5 Movies)
Fast and Furious 6 (extended) - $2.5
Haunted House - $3
Psycho - $5
The Dictator - $3


iTunes Movies(HD):
2 Guns - $2
As Above so below - $3
Bad Grandpa - $2
Dallas Buyers Club - $3
Divergent - $3
Homefront - $2
Sixteen Candles - $3
The Expendables 3 (Unrated) - $3
The Little Rascals - $3
The Place Beyond the pines - $3
The Purge: Anarchy - $3
Transformers: Age of Extinction - $3
Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection - $2
Wanderlust - $3
World War Z - $2

Google Play only - TV Series:
Boardwalk Empire: Season 3 - $4
Game of Thrones: Season 1-3 - $12
Girls: Season 1 - $4
Strike Back: Season 2 - $4
The Sopranos: Complete Series - $20
True Blood: Seasons 1-3 - $12
True Blood: Seasons 6 - $4
True Blood: Season 7 - $6
True Detective: Season 1 - $4

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https://plus.google.com/107228077984050624656 Brian Boulden : So @Sony & @ParamountPics turn tail. Thank God other filmmakers haven't like Chaplin (The Dictator),...
So @Sony & @ParamountPics turn tail. Thank God other filmmakers haven't like Chaplin (The Dictator), Sinatra (Manchurian Candidate). Has anyone watched Homeland this year and see how the Pakistani government is portrayed?

+Sony and +Paramount Pictures are an embarrassment to free speech and creativity.

Then again maybe The Interview sucks and this is how they can save face??
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https://plus.google.com/103522764970338272995 Hamma Mirwaisi : Nell Painter, Pioneer of anti- racism in America. by Hamma Mirwaisi Author of The History of White...
Nell Painter, Pioneer of anti- racism in America.

by Hamma Mirwaisi

Author of The History of White People, black African American Professor Nell Irvin Painter has blown away the umbrella of taboo and ignorance currently curtailing discussions in the US about the origins and nature of the white race.

Her book has highlighted the taboo on this topic imposed on the mostly white US population. The word is defined as ‘a social or religious custom prohibiting or forbidding discussion of a particular practice or forbidding association with a particular person, place, or thing’. Alarmingly, it now describes how those in the US who dare to use terms such as ‘white’ and ‘Aryan’ are linked with Hitler and his regime, and are often deemed racists and name callers, and forcefully silenced. However, discussions about red, yellow or black people are rarely regarded as racist propaganda. In this respect, it seems that support for open minded, enlightened thinking on the issue of race is disappearing rapidly in the USA, where laws allowing freedom of speech and freedom of writing apparently do not apply to discussions of issues affecting the white race. 

This undeclared Hitlerian style prohibition heralding a restrictive form of ‘political correctness’ has foisted shame and fear on white people wishing to declare their Aryan racial origins while people of other colours are encouraged to proudly declare theirs. After being termed ‘Aryan’, members of the white race later adopted other names such as English, Kurdish and German. The word had few racist connotations until Hitler exploited it to justify his genocide of the Jews. While most agree that the dictator’s twisted thinking was unacceptable, many have retained the negativity falsely associated with his use of the word.

Professor Painter deserves thanks from people of all races for highlighting the fact that an unofficial racist label has been foisted on Americans and particularly its white citizens who wish to publicly identify as such. As a naturalized citizen of the US concerned about this problem, I have written the book A History of the Kurdish People: Survival, Resistance and Liberation of the white Diaspora (Airyanem civilization) in order to establish friendship between the white Kurdish people of Kurdistan and white western people. 

Professor Painter’s work provided one of the stimuli for my composition of the story of the white race that has contributed so much to the civilisation of the world and continues to do so. I hope readers will approach my book with an open mind, evaluate my findings impartially and build on the friendship and cooperation I am seeking between white people and all other peoples.

Professor Vinod Kumar of India has aptly reflected the current anti-white racial environment in his review of A History of the Kurdish People, ‘Publishers use tricks. They can do many things if not anything. Your book is a valuable collection of new information that explains the suffering of the Kurds and other races. This classical historical book also contains information of archaeological importance.’
 
References
Nell Irvin Painter: The History of White People
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDZUBX_nY_0
A History of the Kurdish People: Survival, Resistance and Liberation of the White Diaspora (The Airyanem Civilization)
http://www.amazon.com/History-Kurdish-People-Resistance-Civilization/dp/1500721484/ref=tmm_pap_title_0
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https://plus.google.com/113588989644603407487 Fuad Mammadzadeh : ‘The Interview’ Premiere Cancelled Over North Korea Cyber Hacker Terrorism Threats http://b4in.org/hD5c...
‘The Interview’ Premiere Cancelled Over North Korea Cyber Hacker Terrorism Threats http://b4in.org/hD5c

The Interview premiere has been cancelled in New York City and at all Carmike theaters. The Sony Hackers with alleged ties to North Korea, have threatened a “9/11 style attack” at any theaters showing the film which pokes fun at Kim Jong-un. The move plot involves two spies posing as journalists attempting to assassinate the dictator.

The North Korean hackers who released the now infamous Sony emails, call themselves the Guardians of Peace. The cyber hackers have also warned those who lives near the Carmike theaters and other venues showing The Interview, to “leave home.”

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