Upcoming Series, ‘Cracka’, Offers a Alternate Non-reality of White Supremacy

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Seattle, DMV- Slated for a Fall 2020 release, Cracka a highly controversial film shows an alternate version of American History, which depicts Michael Stone (played by Lorenzo Antonucci), as a modern “neo-nazi”, who’s transported in time to a parallel universe… where black people are slaveholders. The film recalls all the past history of slavery, horrors, racism, rape, and all the sick injustices from a much needed but different perspective. The film tagline includes:

“You took our breath away. What if we took yours? You raped our daughters. What if we raped yours? You stole our freedom, now we steal yours!”

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Director Dale Resteghini challenges societal norms with his latest project, “Cracka,” a term that is viewed as a racial slur against Whites. Dale Resteghini, who worked with a variety of colorful artists such as Ty Dolla $ign, Nicki Minaj, and P. Diddy decided to take his talents into a new manner. In making this film, Resteghini hopes to force those blind to the facts finally understand the impact of racism. Due to continued injustices in the United States, Cracka is a must see movie. 

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According to AllHipHop, “Cracka doesn’t just tackle racism. It confronts it in a way you cannot possibly imagine. This unique series forces us – as a people, society and overall a collective human unit – to look past our fears and pain, and see ourselves through the much needed lens of love.”

This film is slated for release later this year – JUST in time for the presidential election.  A little food for thought. What will be the reason you will be voting this year?




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