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LAST NIGHT I watched The Darkest Hour. I’ve been a despiser of Churchill since even before I was JWoke and it’s certainly interesting that in both this film and, even more, last year’s Churchill, the great man is now being portrayed (accurately) as a kind of doddering, drink-besotted buffoon, lapsing…
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Andrew Hamilton

by Andrew Hamilton THE RECENT WAVE of sexual harassment publicity now being tamped down and hidden, the way cop killings, color revolutions, pussy riots, and other socially engineered events have been, calls to mind the old Michael Crichton movie Disclosure. Crichton (Crichton can be either an English…
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David SimsNews

by David Sims THE BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and Netflix will host a television series about the fall of the ancient Trojan city, Troy. The Trojans were a White people closely related to the Greeks. The series is a vehicle for misinformation and racial propaganda in that it features a Black…
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Essays

JOHN CARPENTER’S The Thing is one of the best films ever made about an intrusive and subversive force. While the film’s overt theme is a visceral and biological subversion akin to a virus, there are also profound metaphorical elements and these go beyond the situations that the characters experience…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims I HAVEN’T actually watched any episodes of Star Trek Discovery. And because of what I’ve heard about its Political Correctness, I don’t think that I ever will. Indeed, I stopped watching Star Trek: Anything when Voyager introduced the Negro Vulcan, thereby breaking…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

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 buff when I was…
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David SimsEssays

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, “You need to watch the Hidden Figures movie, sir. Note the race of the women who were crucial to the success of the Mercury program, along…
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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 the…
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EssaysOpinion

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 music…
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News

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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