Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Koch Brothers' Deeds Exposed in New Film - Please Donate!

Dear Friend,
I'm writing to ask you to support an incredibly important film, one that will save lives and thwart what may be the most destructive pair of brothers in American history.
A $50 gift today will get you listed as 
a "producer" plus this exclusively
designed Shepard Fairey t-shirt 
with the Koch-topus logo 
By now you have probably heard of the nefarious Koch Brothers. They are two super wealthy radical conservatives who are spreading their billions to crush working people, destroy the environment, undermine health care, demean immigrants, avoid responsibility for their own death and destruction, and the list goes on.

Already the Koch's have paid $30 million in fines for 300 oil spills, and invested $34 million to support groups who are trying to steal rights away from teachers,fireman, police, nurses -- our neighbors and friends.
We have to get the truth about the Koch's to millions more people and the best person to do this is Robert Greenwald. Greenwald and his team at Brave New Foundation. They have produced "Outfoxed," "Walmart," and " Iraq For Sale" -- all political film classics that have had a huge influence on the public debate -- and now they want to expose the Koch brothers.

Please become a "producer" of the expose film about the Koch brothers. Be part of history. Your support will help produce this eight-part video series, documentary film, and campaign while earning you what many are considering the coolest t-shirt of the year, featuring an exclusive Shepard Fairey design of the "Kochtopus"

The movie needs to be made ASAP. So your help right now is incredibly important.

Yours in the fight against the radical right,

Don Hazen
Executive Editor, AlterNet 
 P.S. We have teamed up with Brave New Foundation in the past. I can assure you that they are very tough and creative. They make Hollywood-quality films with great story telling that millions of Americans will want to see and that make a difference.

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