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Announcements & General Jabber => General Jabber => Topic started by: Rev.Cambeul on 05 October 2011 at 23:05

Title: Mud Wants the Alliance to Help with Diversity Video
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 05 October 2011 at 23:05
This one doesn't even deserve a reply ... unless it pesters me like they often do  ;)


-----Original Message-----
From: talsaleem@illuminarecreations.com
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2011 4:17 AM
To: PM@creativityalliance.com
Subject: Documentary Film Interview Request

Pontifex Maximus,

My name is Talal H. Alsaleem. I am the owner of Illuminare Creations, an
upcoming production company that specializes in making documentaries about
issues of social significance.
The mission of Illuminare Creations is to
provide the general public with a unique, unbiased presentation of the
issues depicted in our films.

Currently, I am working on a film that explores the power of individual
beliefs and shared values of all different kinds of social groups and the
interests they represent.  The purpose of the film is to investigate
commonalties and differences between individuals regardless of their
belief systems.  The goal I am hoping to achieve is to provide the public
with an opportunity to understand why people believe what they believe or
do what they do outside the context of the shared beliefs and value
systems they represent.  My hope is to elicit empathy and understanding
which can serve as ground for communication about our differences and
their origin.

The film will be comprised of interviews with many individuals from varied
backgrounds and interests that represent American society. The focus of
the film is not on the organization that these individuals represent, but
is on the individuals themselves. The goal here is to examine the
psychosocial forces and motivations that drive individuals to strongly
advocate for a cause.

It is note-worthy to emphasize that the project is not an attempt compare
different groups or organizations to one another, but rather to find the
commonalities different individuals experience in their pursuit of the
causes they advocate for.

There are no spiritual, philosophical, or
political agendas behind the project other than the scientific agenda that
is aimed at bettering our understanding of our human existence.

As far as the target audience, there is no clear marketing plan at the
current moment, but the film is intended for viewing by the general

The reason you were approached for this project is solely based on the
online research which revealed that you are the communication contact for
the Creativity Alliance.

This is a privately funded project by myself for the sole purpose of
enhancing the public awareness. This means that there is no monetary
compensation for the participation in the project. If this is something
you are interested in please contact directly to discuss the details.

If you are not interested in participating in this project or I was
mistaken in my research that lead me to you please forgive my intrusion. I
would also appreciate it if you can direct me to individuals that you know
of in your circle, who might be interested in participating in the
project. Thank you for taking the time to read my email and I look forward
to your response.


Talal H. Alsaleem
Chief Executive Officer
Illuminare Creations

Title: Re: Mud Wants the Alliance to Help with Diversity Video
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 06 October 2011 at 17:13
I'd tell him that Whites ARE the only Race that can be considered diverse. All others are just hopeless brown muds. We could probably teach him a thing or two about the true meaning of the term and not the jew meaning which he has embraced. But why bother?
Title: Re: Mud Wants the Alliance to Help with Diversity Video
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 13 October 2011 at 23:29
It pestered me ...

-----Original Message-----
From: talsaleem@illuminarecreations.com
Sent: Friday, October 14, 2011 3:45 AM
To: PM@creativityalliance.com
Subject: Follow Up on Request for Documentary Film Interview

Good Morning

This is a follow up email on the documentary film interview request Iíve
send to you on October 5th.  I havenít received a response from you yet
and I am curious to know about your decision. I apologize if my follow up
is a bother and I would appreciate any inputs you may have about the best
way for contacting others in your network
, who might be interested in
participating in my film. Attached below is a copy of the original email
Iíve sent. Thank you for your time.


And my response ...

To Talal H. Alsaleem,

As adherents of the religion of Creativity, we strictly follow the commandments of the White Man's Bible, one of which is to have social contacts only with members of our own racial family. Other than that, your documentary appears to be an attempt to define and embrace the commonality of the individual within diverse racial and religious groups. That again is a breach of the core tenets of our faith, and as such we must decline your kind offer of participating in your documentary.

My advice to you is to not contact anyone else within our network, as they may not be as forgiving as I am.

Thank you for taking the time to include us in your project.

Yours Faithfully,
Reverend Cailen Cambeul, P.M.

Quote from: Hidden to Guests
Company Profile

Illuminare creations is an independent production company that was conceived for the sole purpose of changing the world. Our Mission is to provide the public with an insightful look at the major social issues we struggle with in our daily interactions. [multi-racial feel-good propaganda for the masses ~ Cailen.]

We take an innovative approach and a unique angle to the issues we examine.  This is accomplished by going beyond the traditional scope of documentary films which often fails to unveil the psychosocial forces driving the conflicts we experience.

Our quest is arduous and our purpose is noble, and our hope is to produce enlightening creations that is accessible to everyone. This is a part of our effort to search for and understand the essence of the humanity we share underneath our cultural skins.

Talal H. Alsaleem