Fundación Argentina del Mañana

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Fundación Argentina del Mañana (Spanish: Tomorrow's Argentinian Foundation) was a Roman Catholic organization from Argentina created by people whose main purpose is to complain about how filthy the media is. Among other campaigns, they boycotted the premiere of the film Dogma in Argentina, supposedly for being a "brutal aggression against the Catholic Church and every Catholic person of the world".[1] They also protested on their website (and with complaints to the COMFER, the local equivalent of the FCC) against any show that they consider filthy. For example: they complained against an ordinary morning talk show just because one of the female guests talked about "the kisses she gives to other women".[2] In other words, they're a bunch of nutsacks who frown upon anything that doesn't fit their 17th-century lifestyle.

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  1. Sobre la Pelicula "Dogma" Acción Católica (archived from April 15, 2015).
  2. La degradación televisiva y los anunciantes (2010) Fundación Argentina del Mañana (archived from November 21, 2010).