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Algernon Blackwood by Andrew Hamilton THE NOVELS and stories of English weird fiction writer Algernon Blackwood display racial consciousness. His two best-known works are the novellas “The Willows” (1907) and the “The Wendigo” (1910). There is a decidedly Hemingwayesque quality—…
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by Andrew Hamilton I’M NOT AN EAGER consumer of pop culture — rock music, television, video games, sports. My disinterest is natural, not something I work at. Pop culture just doesn’t “speak” to me.  I’ve probably seen more movies than anything else, because I became an old-movie…
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by Andrew Hamilton THE MALEDICTION “Know Nothing” has a weak link to an American historical phenomenon existing between roughly 1840 and 1860, though it long ago devolved into a simpleminded epithet widely used by ignoramuses to tar politically incorrect White people.  Thus, the Jewish …
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by Andrew Hamilton I WATCHED the rerun of the December 3, 2012 episode popular syndicated TV quiz show Jeopardy! hosted by Canadian-born half-Ukrainian/half-French Alex Trebek. In the Final Jeopardy round the question (technically, the answer) in the category “Phrase Origins” was: “This…
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by Andrew Hamilton TELEVISION, MOVIES, pop music, video games, the Internet, radio — the media of mass communications — are the chief mechanisms that determine “public opinion.” Entertainment programming is as important as slanted news coverage in the process. Most of us are passive…
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Jewish actress Dennie Moore, L., and Rosalind Russell in The Women by Andrew Hamilton I FIRST TRIED watching The Women (1939) years ago. It is the story of a happily married, upper-class Manhattan woman who lets her bitchy, backbiting, catty Park Avenue friends talk her into a divorce after her husband…
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“The Most Scandalous Scandal Magazine in the History of the World” by Andrew Hamilton LEGENDARY HOLLYWOOD scandal magazine Confidential existed for only six years (1952–1958) before it was destroyed. But during that brief span it shook the mainstays of Jewish society: Hollywood, sexual…
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by Andrew Hamilton The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (2003) (1 hr. 15 mins.) is an Irish documentary about the April 2002 coup attempt against Hugo Chavez, the populist Mestizo President of Venezuela from 1999 to 2013. Chavez was of mixed Amerindian, Afro-Venezuelan, and Spanish ancestry. In 2013…
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Brian Roberts by Andrew Hamilton LETS START WITH a simple proposition: It matters who controls the mass media. Whites will never win — or survive, for that matter — as long as a monotone mass media, funneled through innumerable channels worldwide 24 hours a day, is opposed only by leaflets,…
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Jack Webb performing in the Dragnet television series. by Andrew Hamilton ONE OF Hollywood’s most successful personalities was Jewish actor, writer, director, and producer Jack Webb, active for four decades in radio, television, and movies. He is best-known for his role as Los Angeles police…
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