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ON THE SURFACE, the 1970 film Kelly’s Heroes seems like a fairly routine Hollywood “war” movie with many standard tropes of the Allies’ court history. There are funny, relatable and colorfully characterized US Army soldiers; there’s a load of action and pyrotechnics, which were top-level stuff…
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Essays

The darkening of our screens and its part in the theft of our past and our future by Jack Antonio YOU FLY into London on a British Airways plane on which you are shown an animated film about safety. It stars a cartoon Black man with his cartoon White wife and their cartoon mixed-race child. You pass through…
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News

Scott Rowitz, a Jew, is the YBCA’s chief operating officer — something that the reporter for American Renaissance failed to mention. SAN FRANCISCO’S Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) is a large museum next to the Moscone Convention Center downtown. This non-profit is funded…
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Video

by Mark Ferrell A BRILLIANT DOCUMENTARY that covers some of the hapless victims of the ruthless, brutal and violent Jewish attacks on revisionists, and the best footage I have seen of Jewish life in the labor camps. Notes List of victims violently attacked or bashed by Jews: Dr. Fredrick Toben jailed…
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ROBERT REDFORD’S 1994 film Quiz Show tells the story of the Twenty-One game show scandal of the late 1950s. Featuring a superbly literate and psychologically subtle script and outstanding performances by Ralph Fiennes, Paul Scofield, John Turturro, and Rob Morrow, Quiz Show dramatizes important…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton FEMINISM IS A major destructive force. Anti-male, anti-family, and anti-White, it is today a key ideological pillar of the ruling class. It is therefore necessary to look to the past in an attempt to identify healthy folkways associated with male-female relationships, sex, marriage,…
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Video

IN 1938, American journalist Theodore Andrica visited Germany. During this visit he made this astonishing color film, which shows not only the “official” Third Reich, but candid (though silent) footage that makes you almost feel like you are walking the streets in the National Socialist state. This…
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Essays

Brown-skinned monsters invade, destroy society; we all must be quiet or they will hear us. I WAS ABSOLUTELY fascinated by the premise of A Quiet Place. Drafting out the script for the video and where I wanted to go it occurred to me that I was having to jump through hoops to prevent the (((censors))) on YouTube…
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FRENCH CINEMA is a case study in how art can be corrupted by the interference of the state and the lure of subsidy. Once known for its subversive and arty auteurs, the French movie industry now seems happy to comply with the messaging diktats of the State. Its primary mission is churning out diversity propaganda,…
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News

AS I’VE TAKEN note of over the years, the French government has long been promoting  “diversity” on both the large and small screens, including through the use of generous subsidies. It actually has agencies that monitor all television and cinema production and produce annual and quarterly…
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