1: belonging or relating to another person, place, or thing :strangeb: relating, belonging, or owing allegiance to another country or government
2: differing in nature or character typically to the point of incompatibility
With Barack Obama visiting Los Angeles this week, I decided to add a theatrical element to the birthers debate and look at the science of immigration from a different perspective.
With all of the undeniable interest and fear regarding the true origins of The President’s place of birth and those who are capitalizing on it, including the author of a new book on the subject which is currently at the number one spot on Amazon.com, I will leave you with a link to the conspiracy debate on Wikipedia, and as a special bonus, add the entire classic film The Brother From Another Planet, in its full version for those who have the time and interest in such matters.
Filmmaker John Sayles’ first bonafide box-office success, Brother from Another Planet centers on a black escaped slave from a faraway planet (Joe Morton) who finds himself on the mean streets Harlem. Though the locals are put off by the slave’s inability to speak, they are won over by his technical wizardry. He is adopted as a “brother” by his new friends, who protect him from pursuing white aliens played by director Sayles and David Strathairn.