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A golden sculpture of Jewish film mogul and abuser of White women Harvey Weinstein on his infamous casting couch, suggestively holding an Oscar, appeared on the streets of Hollywood a few days before the 90th Academy Awards on March 4, 2018. Some of the abuse depicted in this article may be too shocking
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Gap-toothed Blacks laughing at Archie Lee as Baby Doll berates him. by Andrew Hamilton IN A recent essay about playwright Tennessee Williams and Greek American director Elia Kazan’s flagrantly anti-Southern motion picture Baby Doll (1956) I observed in passing that Blacks are present as furniture,…
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“Talk about genetic deficiencies.” Inbred idiot savant Lonnie in the famous “dueling banjos” scene from Hollywood’s 1972 filmization of Atlanta-born James Dickey’s novel Deliverance. Dickey wrote the screenplay and appeared in a bit part as a redneck sheriff. The music was arranged and recorded…
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The 1956 premiere of playwright Tennessee Williams’ anti-Southern film Baby Doll. by Andrew Hamilton SOUTHERN playwright Tennessee Williams, “a descendant of hardy East Tennessee pioneer stock,” is considered, together with Irish American Eugene O’Neill, and Jewish Arthur Miller, to…
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by Michael Walsh ONE OF THE 20th Century’s great mysteries is what happened to Imperial Russia’s gold reserves following the Wall-Street-financed coup in 1917 that overthrew the Tsarist government. This coup is known wrongly as the Russian Revolution. At the outbreak of World War One the gold reserves…
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