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Rogue One: Whites at War with Ourselves

Cinematic trailers for the next movies are often more revealing than the movie itself for the moral universe of Hollywood. Before the opening spaceship shot of Rogue One, we were treated to a jump-cut sequence of multiracial families and half Negroid kids yelling cheerfully in suburban houses, followed up by a mixed-race man waving a book and repeating “Love, love, love, love, love!” at the top of his lungs in complete tearful hysterics. Of course, it was a Google advert. Advertising what? Google. Google is Love, Google is Life.

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SEX, ALIENS, AND HOLLYWOOD BIAS IN STAR TREK BEYOND

Star Trek has always been a vehicle of the do-gooders, even before the term was known, but the themes of peace, respect, and friendship of the peoples, which have been running through its universe like a red thread, have resonated well with the audience in the time of the superpower conflict and Mutually Assured Destruction (fittingly abbreviated to MAD). After the cold war, cultural Marxism and political correctness fully took over the Enterprise, but the series still holds some value for those viewers who have been more intrigued by the looks of the latest starships, photon cannons, and intergalactic beauties. …

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Dirty Harry: Fascist Medievalism

“When you’re making a picture with Clint Eastwood, you naturally want things to be simple, and the basic contest between good and evil is as simple as you can get. It makes this genre piece more archetypal than most movies, more primitive and dreamlike; fascist medievalism has a fairy-tale appeal.” – (((Pauline Kael)))

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Fiddler On The Roof: A Very Jewish Movie

I recently stumbled across ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ and decided to watch it, I was aware that there was a particularly Jewish musical by that name but I’d always avoided it because I dislike musicals. Today, however, an entirely Jewish musical set in Russia shortly before the Russian Revolution has much to offer to the dissident Nationalist mind. The history of the Jews in Russia, the ‘Pale of the Settlement’, the animosity toward the Russian aristocracy and the rise of revolutionary Marxism, is a vast area of exploration and a post such as this could easily spiral out of control, …

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The (((Usual Suspects)))

One of the most common euphemisms used to describe Jewish people is ”The Usual Suspects” and the Jews themselves seem to know it and understand it as an ”Anti-Semitic trope”. The Usual Suspects is also a very well made 1995 crime thriller directed by gay Jew, Bryan Singer.  The most famous character in The Usual Suspects is ”Keyser Söze” whose identity is shrouded in mystery, Soze himself is seemingly omnipotent, a master manipulator and source of dread for all who cross his path.

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Race in The Last of the Mohicans & its Major Motion Picture Adaptions

James Fenimore Cooper’s classic novel The Last of the Mohicans has been adapted to film or television many times, most notably by director Michael Mann in 1992. Mr. Mann’s version of the story was based more on the 1936 film (written by Philip Dunne and directed by George Seitz) than on the original novel. The reason for this is murky, and the development of Dunne’s screenplay even murkier. However, plotting how the story has evolved from landmark American literature to major motion picture is extremely instructive and enlightening with regard to popular attitudes towards the white race. And it isn’t …

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The Pro-Colonial Trilogy: 55 Days at Peking, Zulu, & The Sand Pebbles

3,686 words 55 Days at Peking (1963), Zulu (1964), and The Sand Pebbles (1966) aren’t part of an actual trilogy, and aside from Zulu, the films aren’t necessarily about colonialist projects in the strictest sense. Additionally, the movies are produced, written, and directed by entirely different people. However, they are remarkably similar in some ways, and they all have a pro-white rule vibe. The 1960s were a radical, change-filled decade. Part of the reason for this change was that the last of Europe’s Empires started to break up during that decade. France was driven from Algeria in 1962, and Portugal dealt …

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