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Discussion in 'Media Racism and Stereotyping' started by White Shogun, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. f3d0r

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    To be fair despite the obvious vulgar parts, ala 21 jump street it had some pro white elements. The baddy was black and wimpy. The white male although a winger was athletic, intelligent and strong, Colin Firth was alpha as well.

    So despite its flaws of vulgarity it's sadly does not chalk down as anti white, just like 21 jump street.
     
  2. frederic38

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    hollywood have to put white stars because in asia they like white actors and don't like blacks
    it was a well known fact and now it has been exposed in the sony mail hacking:

    overseas= asia, china is the number one country for american films after the US, and some blockbusters do better there than in the US
     
  3. f3d0r

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    Exactly, Indian women, middle eastern women and the Asian market find black men to be repulsive.

    So despite hollyweird trying to push an agenda it knows that white male leads bring in bigger box office world wide.
     
  4. DixieDestroyer

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    So does any self-respecting, decent (real) White woman.
     
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    the latest example:

    http://variety.com/2015/film/news/star-wars-china-poster-controversy-john-boyega-1201653494/

     
  6. DixieDestroyer

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    I took my youngest son to see "Alvin & the Chipmunks : Road Chip" today. Despite the cacophony of urban/rap racket in the soundtrack, there wasn't an abundance of cultural Marxism. The Air Marshal who pursued Alvin inc. was portrayed as a bumbling goof, but very well could have passed for a Jew (dark hair & a quasi-ethnic look). The key characters (sans Chipmunks & Chimpettes) were all White. There was a colored female portraying an adoption judge at the end, but no race mixing or "alpha male" groidians. My son liked the movie, but (also) didn't care for the soundtrack. He prefers country & western like his Daddy. ;-)
     
  7. Deus Vult

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    Is anyone else here watching the new "Beowulf" series? As with "The Bastard Executioner," which debuted last Autumn and was canceled before the full season concluded, I am seeing a shitload of nonwhites in a series set 1,000 years ago (give-or-take) in far Northern Europe.
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    I tried to watch the Bastard Executioner since it was by Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter, but it was unwatchable, couldn't work up the least bit of interest in it. It was amusing though seeing his wife Katie Segal playing some kind of witch.

    I tried to watch Vikings but couldn't get interested in that either. The Sopranos and Sons of Anarchy, that's about it for me as far as shows I've looked forward to.
     
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    The idea that blacks invented rock and roll is a black supremacist myth, as is the claim that whites "stole" it from blacks. Rock and roll came from white music. Rock and roll came from the blues and country music, both of which were originally white music.

    The blues came from the British Isles, not Africa. Greensleeves is a blues song from England that is centuries old.

    Arguably the first rock and roll song was Move it on Over by country musician Hank Williams. This song is the template for early rock and roll. Compare it to Rock Around the Clock, Good Golly Miss Molly and Roll Over Beethoven. They clearly copied Williams's song.

    Whites invented rock and roll, not blacks.
     
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    Extra Point scored; nice post.
     
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    "Vikings" is one of the few TV shows that I've actually followed closely since it's debut in 2013. It's gotten progressively worse since Season #1. For obvious reasons, I have a great interest in the conflict between European Pagans and recently-converted European Christians. Some aspects of the show are very entertaining and interesting, but others are highly unsavory. The Viking men are generally portrayed as hyper-masculine, heroic, driven, loyal, and brave...but also as adulterers, heartless murderers, womanizers, back-stabbers, rapists, etc. In the new season, the main character, Ragnar, cheats on his Nordic wife with an Asian slave girl. The grotesque spectacle of interracial sex was likely a form of "reparations" for having a previously all-white cast (full of handsome white men and attractive white women with light features) for several seasons...



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    The Viking women (with the exception of the ultra-exaggerated shieldmaiden, "Lagertha") are shown in a feminine light. In a highly-odious scene in a recent episode of the show, Lagertha employs a knife to remove the genitals of her abusive ex-husband, Einar, before murdering him. Surely, a feminist daydream if ever one existed...



    The show's not perfect, but some of the portrayals of our ancient Pagan customs and ceremonies are straight out of Sturluson's Prose/Poetic Eddas, which is cool.
     
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    I believe it's a Jew writing all the scripts and as Thrashen said the agenda is becoming progressively more obvious and worked into the script. The Lagartha scene was the last straw. I haven't watched a minute since.
     
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    Spot on post. Good choice. I have no idea about the show because I don't have cable or anything, but the agenda is clear from the script-writing in ALL of tv: brainwashing and desensitizing people (especially Whites) to evil and violence.
     
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    Some of us have girlfriends who like to watch TV.

    I sort of endorse 'Fargo' series 2 and then 1 backwards. Who knows, ouch
     
  15. BeyondFedUp

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    I watch TV with my wife and teenage daughter. We're just selective about it...
     
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    I thought Black Mass was a decent gangster movie. Not exactly PG13 but a good flick. Cast was basically all white to replicate how Southie(Boston) used to be . Johnny Depp changes his image to mirror Whitey Bulger it's scary good.
     
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    I watch TV with my wife also. She loves Modern Family. Some of it is funny but the *** couple is so nauseating, I usually can't take it and have to leave the room.
     
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    I believe I saw all 8 or 10 episodes of Bastard Executioner; but yes it was canceled for a reason... I kept holding out hope that the early episodes were simply introducing characters and giving them background, so NOW...now it will get moving, get to the point. It never got there. Katey Segal was horribly bad!

    It would be great to have a series set in 12th century Wales. Bastard Executioner, however, was not well conceived.

    Vikings started out good, but has gotten stale. The last two seasons there have been successive episodes wherein it was obvious the writers just threw **** together and relied on the characters to be interesting. Ragnar Lothbrook and King Ecbert of Wessex were both interesting characters (with well written dialogue) a couple seasons ago. Both have gotten much less interesting. Nonetheless it is good to have a series set in 8-9th century Northern Europe.

    Beowulf is another good idea, but poorly executed. "Poorly" is charitable. It is culture-mulching, to borrow from the late Dr Samuel Francis. In the new Beowulf series, there is not much display of Nordic heroism; but there are so damn many nonwhites you'd think it was set in 2016 Brussels. As Fred Sanford once famously said, "We've got enough ni**ers in here to make a Tarzan movie!"

    I think overall, at least conceptually, it could be good to have a slew of movies and TV shows about European heroes for young whites to see and admire. Braveheart inspired an explosion of Scottish nationalism and pride in the mid-1990s (although the anglophiles didn't much care for it). A well-written, ably-produced series or movie about the ancient Irish legend Cu' Chulainn could be tremendous!

    TURN - Washington's Spies was interesting last season, and the new season begins some time in April. This is one I do recommend. It is set at the time of the American Revolution.

    As I am not a regular TV watcher, I typically do not know what time, day or channel these series' are on. When I hear about a potentially good movie, show, or series, I search it and set my DVR to record all episodes. When I get ready to watch some TV, I'll check what my DVR has saved for me.
     
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    I remember that Fred Sanford quote well. What a classic :D

    For positive movies about White history, 300 is great.
     
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    I ran across "Vikings" the other night right in the middle of a battle scene. Ragnar's ex was at it again, leading a wonderfully gender mixed group in an attack. I think her combat role began with just her tagging along with the boys, then progressed to her leading an all female platoon, and now she commands a large Title IV band of warriors. Like they're trying to recapitulate the changing role of women in the military.

    It bugs me no end that in a historical piece they feel free to fabricate so much.

    It's just a damn shame such a great idea for a series would be at the mercy of one of the usual suspects.
     
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    I've watched Vikings from the beginning I agree the writing is falling off. Ruining the show with warrior women and unnecessary multiculturalism(Ragnars New Chinese love interest) .

    *On a side note I watched Robin Hood the other day featuring Russell Crowe. It caught my interest at first because I like history/historical fiction. It left a lot to be desired.. They couldn't refrain from having a warrior princess in that movie either. It's a shame Hollywood is tampering history to fit their agenda, but it's not at all surprising.
     
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    You almost have to go back twenty years now to find something that showcases traditional roles, e.g.) no female warriors, fighters, etc.

    I remember when "The Quick and the Dead" came out in 1995 with Sharon Stone as the deadly gunslinger. I was and am a fan Westerns but refused to see that, understanding the agenda even then. Then there was the "Xena: Warrior Princess" TV series that came out in the same year. All part of the usherance of "Third Wave Feminism" at that time which pushed the concept of "gender fluidity" into the mainstream. As as aside, I consider Sigourney Weaver's "Ripley" character from 1979's "Alien" to be a one-off anomaly, and I'm OK with that.

    I'm also a big fan of the "King Arthur" tale and would highly recommend a couple of films about it. The first one is "Excalibur" from 1981 and the second one is Hallmark's "Merlin" from 1998 (amazingly for that time). Although both films cover all aspects of that fairy tale, the first one centers more around King Arthur and the second one centers more around Merlin. Not a single female warrior in either of them, nor any race or ethnicity outside of what you would expect to see at that time. The men played masculine roles and the women played feminine roles. Great classical acting in both of them, almost Shakespearean. I was taken back by how good "Merlin" was as I was fairly jaded by that time as far as all this stuff goes. It's one of my favorite films now. Both films have excellent soundtracks as well. If you have children, I think they'd love "Merlin". "Excalibur" is for a little more mature audience, since it's rated 'R'.

    Also, I remember when the "Merlin TV Series" came out in the late 2000's, by the BBC, I believe. So I made a point to watch it. I turned it off after about 5-10 minutes after I noticed that Guinevere was played by a mulatto and that a bunch of East Indians, Pakistanis, blacks, etc. were in the background and playing other roles while Merlin was played by a nerdy looking White guy. You'll probably never see an authentically pure rendition of that tale ever again...
     
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    Vikings is - to put it mildly - a steaming pile of garbage whose stink becomes more unbearable with every episode. Hell, anything even obliquely associated with “The History Channel” is bound to be dodgy. Nevertheless, You may all be rather surprised to learn that despite the eloquently poetic critique above I actually do put myself through the cringe of watching the show. The reasons behind this ostensibly jarring dissonance are twofold:

    (a) a morbid curiosity to see just what further depths of absurdity the show can possibly plumb, and

    (b) my best friend invariably holds forth about it when we speak on the phone and I obviously cannot adequately discuss a show I haven’t seen

    So, there you go…

    This pap is so “affirmative action” that I find myself physically grimacing during many of the scenes. Wherever my eyes rove, I can see female warriors, females working the oars of longships, et cetera.

    Now, my studious avoidance of almost all “modern” films and television series (especially those featuring the ever-popular female “ass kickers”) ensures I thankfully don’t really have any other contemporary 90 lb “action women” to compare her with but Lagertha must be the most ******* annoying TV character I’ve ever been exposed to. The skinny little bitch struts about and attempts to look broodingly tough. She sits in on councils of war and is seemingly always being entrusted with leading some sort of crucial frontal assault. Naturally, she’s surrounded by a bodyguard of even punier “henchwomen” who look like they can barely lift a teaspoon, let alone operate one. And yet these little slags effortlessly mow down swarms of men as if such a thing was as natural as taking a medium density **** in the comfort of your own toilet.

    In my opinion, none of the male characters are overly sympathetic either. But maybe that’s just me. I cannot stand the sight of a couple of these blokes’ mugs, particularly the fellow who plays Bjorn Ironside. Yet again, that’s just me. Anyone else hold the opinion that the guy who portrays Erlendur looks like a testicle nuzzling poofter? He’s the one standing directly behind “macho girl warlord” Lagertha in the still below. The scene’s male-female ratio pretty much says it all and delivers a full-blooded kick in the teeth to even the faintest vestiges of cinematic “believability”. This isn’t entertainment - it’s just ******** and might as well be a cartoon.

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    Now that they’ve squeezed in an ugly, mushroom-coiffured east Asian woman I’m wondering when the first Negro “Moor” shall make an appearance. Probably quite soon, as Bjorn Ironside raided the Iberian coast and the Mediterranean…

    I’ll conclude by saying that I do like the theme song… o_O
     
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    Great picture Rebajlo.

    Don't normally look for things like this but check out the shields for Lagartha's Vagina Squad. Remind of anything? And how comically large her sword is. Looks like it's almost dragging the ground. No envy there!

    And while everyone else is looking at the enemy, three of her four babes-in-arms are looking down, with two doing that how do my boobs look thing I see women do.

    I think they're embarrassed, maybe even up to half as much as the male actors should be.

    Most of them were probably theatre arts majors, so maybe not.

    Oh well. As someone else said, the whole thing has gone stale anyway.
     
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    I was very happy to see that the Brothers Grimsby, the latest movie by super-perv homosexual supremacist "Sasha Baron-Cohen," completely flopped at the box office, with less than $7 million in U.S. receipts compared to a budget of over $50 million, a colossal, hopefully career-ending flop.

    The Hateful Eight ended with around $54 million in U.S. box office receipts, a disappointment compared to the hype it received from the anti-White corporate media. Tarantino from this point should follow fellow Jew-promoted "talent" Baron-Cohen into box office oblivion. . .
     

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