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Pastor Douglas Wilson was invited to Indiana University to deliver a series of lectures on traditional marriage and family. Wilson was warned about possible protests and potential violence over his “dissenting” opinion but stood behind the lectern anyway.
The Free Speech Apocalypse documents the intensity that ensued on April 13, 2012, when a group of Midwest college students decided that Wilson’s traditional views are now to be considered “hate speech” and that hurling insults, profanity, and disrupting his attempt to rationally present his views was acceptable.
Darren Doane, director of the ground-breaking documentary, Collision, and box-office smash-hit Unstoppable, returns with his most bold, uncensored, and provocative film to date.
The Free Speech Apocalypse exposes the strategies of the anti-God, anti-traditional, hyper-liberal elite and offers perspective on the cultural decay that has accelerated over the three years since Wilson’s visit to Indiana University.
Worst yet, The Free Speech Apocalypse demonstrates clearly the erosion of free speech and religious liberty in America. The right to hold your own opinions is vanishing at an alarming rate, and it’s time for ordinary Americans to wake up and speak out.
*Running Time: 90 minutes
*90+ minutes of additional material
On the Digital Deluxe page there is a reference near the top to an "after the movie roundtable discussion" with Wilson and the filmmakers, but I don't see that video anywhere. Is this only if you ordered a digital download? (I ordered the physical DVD).
The roundtable is a part of the digital deluxe package. It should be released in the next week or two for those customers.