In the previous post, did anyone notice that the author felt the need to remind his local community that people should be able to discuss their differing opinions in a civilized manner and not need to worry about getting roughed up?
The author is, of course, referring to the constant cloud of intimidation that hangs over Point Reyes and Inverness. As a filmmaker, for five years I've spoken to locals who started spilling the beans before catching themselves, looked over their shoulders, then told me "they better not say anymore."
So, this is the influence of "good people who just want to provide a healthy product to the community"? Ha.
Only a week later, ranchers reacted to the "Coalition to Save Point Reyes", showing their true colors by telling Ken Bouley, who frustratingly is full of facts, that he "better not piss off the wrong people."
Dating back to 2018 and the premiere of "The Shame of Point Reyes", the Dance Palace was threatened to have their support removed if they showed my film while the ranchers went around tearing down signs advertising the film festival.
A year later I was attacked while alone in a parking lot in Point Reyes. Later I would find out in court that this was a premeditated attack, not a random one.
It's interesting how desperately "good people" who live such honorable lives pursuing such a wonderful way of life try to make sure the public don't ever hear or see the truth of what they do.
If ever you needed a reminder that the ranchers are a violent, Trumpster community that hates democracy, I'm sure more examples will be provided.
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