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A completely biased left wing propaganda masked as "documentary"
I watched all of the 6 episodes and enjoyed them - the science behind them, the data, the events.
My problem is that so many of the case study topics are all magically support left wing propaganda.
At least put a 10 seconds clip at the beginning of the episode saying "we are completely biased".
You won't find any hate Muslims are being taught (in Palestinian authority their school books glorifying terrorist who murdered Israeli women and children), or hate being taught to black people. So the western white man is the root of all evil -_-
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