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Now how can a vaccine only work on one person at a time?

Among the choice bits of silliness is when smart brother develops a vaccine against the drugs but says they can't use it cause it only works on one person at a time!!!

D., a secret organization that battles The Man's influence, determines The Man is behind Boutwell's change of heart, and recruits a freelance agent named Undercover Brother (Eddie Griffin) to aid them.

White-She-Devil turns on her own henchmen to save the two, revealing she has fallen in love with Undercover Brother.

A retired black cop has told of how he managed to infiltrate a branch of the Klu Klux Klan in Colorado in the 1970s, becoming so respected he was voted into a leadership position, with other members believing he was a white supremacist.

'So they took a vote, they took a unanimous vote and they wanted Ron Stallworth to become the leader of the Ku Klux Klan chapter because he was quote loyal and a dedicated Klansman," Stallowrth told Salt Lake City's ABC 4.

Undercover agent: Ron Stallworth managed to become a member of the Ku Klux Klan in 1979 while working as an undercover investigator, conducting most of his work on the phone and then sending in a 'white cop' when he needed A member of the Ku Klux Klan salutes during American Nazi Party rally at Valley Forge National Park September 25, 2004 in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.

Undercover Brother is a 2002 American/Canadian action comedy film starring Eddie Griffin and directed by Malcolm D. The screenplay is by Michael Mc Cullers and co-executive producer John Ridley, who created the original Internet animation characters.

Feather (Chris Kattan) informs him of a mind-control drug which The Man uses to make Boutwell abort his plans and instead open a fried chicken franchise. Feather, discovers the conspiracy's sexy secret weapon, Penelope Snow. But while he and his sassy cat-fighting partner known as Sistah Girl tries to find out what's going on, the leader's ruthless right arm, Mr.In 1973, Greenlee produced the book as a film and it was an overnight success, but just as quickly it was pulled from distribution due to its “politically controversial message.”(Yet the violently anti-Black 1915 propaganda piece, “Birth of a Nation,” that showed hooded Klansmen as “heroes of the South” murdering Blacks… was played in theaters all across the country, even becoming the very first movie ever to be shown in the White House, and was the highest grossing film of its time.)It wasn’t until 2004 that Greenlee’s film was re-released (edited, of course! However through the years, “The Spook Who Sat By the Door” has had one consistent audience…the F. I., who uses the movie as a training film for their own agents! The fear seems to be that the movie would lead to a cohesion of Blacks joining together in a militant protest against the established system of white supremacy and racism.Now, I hate to keep drawing comparisons here, but nobody seemed to give a rat’s ass about the virtual explosion in the number of lynchings of Black men, women, and children that followed and continued for years after “Birth of a Nation” was first shown, not to mention the swelling of the membership ranks of the Ku Klux Klan and other hate groups immediately after its release.

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