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Promotional advertisements for Hidden Figures, a film that tries to convince us that without Blacks, there would have been no US space program by David Sims WHEN I PUBLICLY stated that only the White race has what it takes to send human beings to the Moon, a typical miseducated American responded, saying,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver MAJOR CLERKIN of the Euro-American Alliance, in its bulletin for June 1989, reports that he had the fortitude to sit through the latest mass of cinematographic garbage, called War and Remembrance, which, for five long nights, was thrown in the faces of addicts of boob-tubes by…
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by Jez Turner THIS FILM is designed to undermine the White advocacy movement. It will fail. Badly. Like the film Cabaret with its iconic song, ‘Tomorrow belongs to me’, this film will bring people, good people, quality people, into our movement. Nate is an intelligent, but lonely, classical…
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THE NEW Birth of a Nation film appears designed specifically to incite African-Americans to take part in a modern-day “slave rebellion” by attacking White people. Such an outcome is so probable the movie studio behind the film, Fox Searchlight, is funding outreach programs in African-American…
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IT’S BEEN 10 years since Mel Gibson (pictured) was arrested on DUI charges on the Pacific Coast Highway in California. And while police officers took him out of his car, the Oscar winner said the infamous words: “F—ing Jews … the Jews are responsible for all the wars in the…
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Essays

by Collin Cleary Introduction A&E’s DVD (and Blu-ray) release of The Prisoner bills this cult series as “television’s first masterpiece.” In truth, it is probably television’s only masterpiece. The Prisoner is a triumph of acting, photography, design, writing, and thought. More…
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Classic Essays

THERE ARE obvious parallels between the films Gone with the Wind and D. W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation (Instauration, Dec. 1977). Both films present the Civil War and Reconstruction era from the viewpoint of white southerners. Each in its time set a precedent in the scale of its production…
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I HAD THE opportunity to re-watch the The Lion King recently, and I was astounded at how secretly rightist and traditionalist the film is. (Granted, the mainstream media did complain about this when the film was first released.) For starters, Disney’s most popular film about Africa doesn’t…
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An Interpretation of Hal Roach’s Babes in Toyland by Hadding Scott HAL ROACH’S 1934 film Babes in Toyland was later given the alternate title March of the Wooden Soldiers. Here, to avoid confusion with the 1903 operetta and 1904 children’s book of the same name (or…
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THE fake Jewish “Holocaust” narrative is constantly and endlessly promoted, reinforced, and perpetuated not only by our mainstream educational and political establishment, but — perhaps even more importantly — also by the mass media and “entertainment” complex centered…
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