From 1942 through 1945, Frank Capra directed the “Why We Fight” series. Using their own images against the forces of fascism, the series helped to explain to the American people why they were at war and why victory was essential.
I have been mystified as to why a similar series has not been produced since 2001. From that canary in the European coal mine, the Netherlands, comes one such effort: Fitna. Like Capra, the producer of this film relies upon the statements and actions of islamofascists to make his case.
(Warning: graphic images, but no less necessary than the images on display at the U.S. Holocaust Museum)