With the ascendancy of Donald J. Trump to the U.S. presidency and the increasingly dangerous world facing him and his leadership team, no other figure comes close to serving as a perfect role model for dealing with absolute evil than President Ronald Reagan. And today only, WND readers can get the powerful and highly acclaimed film documentary, directed by top Trump adviser Steve Bannon, that shows exactly how Reagan defeated the great evil of his day – communism – when they get “In the Face of Evil: Reagan’s War in Word and Deed” for only $4.95 – a monumental $21 discount off the regular $25.95 price!
“In the Face of Evil” is about a man and nation’s journey. This film is not a biography of Ronald Reagan, but a hard-hitting and penetrating look at leadership and moral courage. Based on Peter Schweizer’s acclaimed bestseller, “Reagan’s War,” this feature-length documentary film chronicles the brutal conflict between totalitarianism and freedom as seen through Ronald Reagan’s 40-year confrontation with communism.
Today, the director of “In the Face of Evil” – Stephen K. Bannon – is wildly demonized by the left as evil himself, as a “bigot” and “hater” and “white supremacist,” all without the slightest shred of evidence.
Ironically, one piece of fake “evidence” cited by the left is the raft of supposedly “weaponized” film documentaries Bannon has directed over the years. Here’s what WND founder and Editor Joseph Farah says about one such film:
If you want to know Steve Bannon’s heart, watch some of those “weaponized” documentaries. I will recommend one in particular. It goes back a few years. When I saw it in 2004, it was the first time I heard Steve Bannon’s name. Instantly, I knew we were kindred spirits. And, you know what, it stands up as well today as the day it was released.
The movie is called “In the Face of Evil: Reagan’s War in Word and Deed.” It’s the best documentary on Reagan I’ve ever seen. In fact, it’s one of the best documentaries I’ve ever seen on any topic. And I know something about making documentaries, having produced a few.
Maybe you think you know everything about Reagan and don’t need to see a film from 2004. Then you’d be wrong. I thought I knew everything about Reagan before I saw it. I was wrong. And I believe I have watched it at least 10 times since then. It’s that good.
And it is shockingly relevant to everything going on in our world and in our country today. That’s why you need to see it – whether for the first time or the 10th time, right now.
Trailer for Stephen K. Bannon’s “In the Face of Evil”
Farah continues: “Ronald Reagan is best known for creating such a crisis within the Communist Soviet Union that the ‘Evil Empire,’ as the late president accurately called it, collapsed of its own dead weight. He did it by telling the truth, building the Strategic Defense Initiative and calling on Mikhail Gorbachev so famously to ‘tear down this wall.’ But the fall of the Soviet Union did not leave the U.S. and the free world without any threats or crises,” warns Farah:
And the epilogue of “In the Face of Evil” gives us a glimpse of the No. 1 existential menace then and now at our doorstep.
The obvious question the viewer was left with was: What would Reagan do about the new face of evil? Bannon saw what was around the corner, when few others did. … I bet you’ll stand up and applaud when you see the end. I bet you’ll ask yourself, “How did he see that coming?”
That’s why I am so grateful that Donald Trump saw fit to select Steve Bannon as his special adviser and strategist – even allowing him to sit in on National Security Council meetings.
Ronald Reagan freed a billion slaves from their communist masters, and this is the story of that achievement – of one man’s triumph during the bloodiest and most barbaric century in mankind’s history: the 20th century.
“In the Face of Evil” details for the first time, with never-before-seen footage, the top-secret plans of Reagan and his inner circle – and their brick-by-brick takedown of the “Evil Empire.”
This remarkable one-of-a-kind 110-minute DVD includes the following extra special features:
- A special introduction by Edwin Meese (former Reagan Administration cabinet member)
- Five of Reagan’s most significant and moving speeches
- 20 of Reagan’s 3-minute radio addresses dated in the 1970s
- Reagan’s greatest quotes accompanied by music with captivating images
- Expanded Timeline of Evil
- The original theatrical trailer
With today’s world mired in a new global conflict, “In the Face of Evil” is more relevant now than ever. As the 21st century’s great conflict between freedom and Islamic fascism plays out, the words and deeds of Ronald Reagan provide an invaluable lesson for how the U.S. – and the free world – must combat the forces of evil.
“You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth …” – Ronald Reagan, 1964
“A brilliant effort … extremely well done.” – Rush Limbaugh
“An epic homage to Ronald Reagan and his war on communism.” – William Booth, “The Washington Post”
“A powerful reminder of what it means to stand up to evil. Parents, take your kids so that they will see what challenges America has faced in the past and how we met those challenges with toughness and success.” – Mark Davis, WBAP Radio
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