The Diversity Cult

The 2023 Irish action thriller, In the Land of Saints and Sinners, is one of those films that offers some insight into the machinations of our cultural overlords. It is one of those small budget adult dramas that does not get a ton of attention but does well on the streaming services after its initial release. It is not that these are bad films, but they are not expected to pack the theaters. These are the new version of the B-Movie that fill up the spaces between the heavily hyped, big budget films.

Anyway, the film is set in Ireland during the Troubles because every movie about Ireland is set during the Troubles. It stars Liam Neeson, who plays Finbar Murphy, a hired assassin who lives in a quiet coastal town. It is not all that clear who is assigning the hits, but they come through a local businessman who gets the assignments and hands them out to men like Finbar. This local businessman is not connected to the Troubles and makes sure to not get involved in politics.

The story arc for Finbar starts during his final assignment when the guy he is about to kill gives him some advice rather than beg for his life. Finbar’s habit is to grab his target off the street and take him out to the woods, where he makes the guy dig his own grave before shooting him with a shotgun. He then plants a tree on the grave. This target is a former contract killer, who urges Finbar to make something of the rest of his life before he ends up in the same place as him.

This leads Finbar to have a crisis of conscience and he decides to retire. Meanwhile, some IRA terrorists have come into town to hide out after having set off a bomb in Belfast that killed some children. They are staying with a relative who lives in the town and that relative just happens to have a run in with Finbar. Of course, Finbar solves the problem by taking the guy out to his favorite killing field. Thus, we have the central conflict of the film as the terrorists face off against Finbar.

This all sounds like the basis for a good old-fashioned thriller. You get some Irish history as a backdrop, and you get to see Liam Neeson use his “particular set of skills” to slowly take care of the bad guys. Neeson has been playing this role since he got super famous for doing it in the movie Taken. He is in his seventies now, but he still manages to make it work, just as long as he does not have to move around too much. In this film he is the wise old version of the lethal weapon.

Somewhere in the middle of the film, there is a black guy. Finbar is in a pub and there is a black guy playing Irish tunes on a fiddle. He is not a black leprechaun, but he is a short guy so that would have made some sense. Instead, he is a refugee from Africa who somehow settled into this tiny coastal town in rural Ireland. He tells Finbar that the reason he picked the town is he wanted to escape the violence of his home country and he once heard Irish music as a kid.

It gets more absurd. Later in the film there is the big show down between Finbar and the terrorists at the pub. The terrorists are shooting the place up and Finbar sees the sacred African hiding under a table, so he rushes over to save him. In other words, the wandering African is not just a ridiculous addition to a film set in 1970’s Ireland, he is now a sacred symbol of the film. In that scene you expect the people to scream, “leave the women and children but save our sacred African!”

Clearly, the quality control committee realized that their film did not have the required amount of diversity, so the script was sent back for a rewrite. The writers probably thought they were okay because they made the head terrorist a sassy girl boss with two thick headed male henchmen. That was not enough so they needed to figure out a way to add some color to story set in rural 1970’s Ireland and they settled on having a peripatetic African midget playing the fiddle in the pub.

We have all become used to the black washing and race swapping that goes on in the culture, but in a film like this you see how mechanical it has become. Somewhere in the process there is a crew of shrews and scolds who make sure there is a girls boss and the proper amount of color. They do not care if it makes any sense. Like people with rubber stamps in a bureaucracy, their job is to make sure the film has enough diversity points before it goes into production.

Eric Hoffer famously said, “What starts out here as a mass movement ends up as a racket, a cult, or a corporation.” In fact, it often becomes all three and you see it with the diversity rackets that now infest every institution. It is a lucrative racket for those who master the arcana, but it has been embedded in the economy. Like the green rackets, the diversity rackets are now part of the fabric of corporate life. It is assumed to be an essential part of every large enterprise.

The thing that holds it in place, however, is that it is a cult. There is little doubt that many of the people in that film thought it was stunning and brave that they had a little African guy skittering around the set. Those who thought it was a ridiculous addition to the film kept their head down because they did not want the lunatics from the cult of diversity hounding them over it. The result is we now have diversity everywhere when what we need is to have it nowhere.


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Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
12 days ago

Funny how, for all the negrolatry in show business, they keep setting stories in white contexts. If it’s diversity you want, why not make a set of violent action films about Tutsis vs. Hutus? Lots of diversity there. I just can’t imagine why they wouldn’t. No sir. No idea.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
12 days ago

There was a movie called The Woman King that did that. They ran into a little problem of trying to make the French the bad guys when they were trying to end the slave trade the protagonist of the movie was deeply involved in..

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
12 days ago

I’ve not seen any movies on Rwanda, but there are documentaries where Whitey is the bad guy and largely responsible for the mass slaughtering. I’m not even joking. Either the UN failed to intervene, which is whitey’s fault. Or the roots of hatred between the tribes is due to whitey’s favoritism during colonial times. Everything bad that happens in the world is whitey’s fault.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
12 days ago

Exactly. And this is how we see that anti-white racism is at the very heart of the New Left.

Polemeros
Polemeros
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
12 days ago

Years ago I had an online conversation with Rwandan seminarian in England who was going on about social justice or something and I asked him about the inter-tribal slaughter. His response was that it was caused by, and I quote, “faulty evangelization” by the Europeans.

You can baptize ’em and bring ’em to Oxford but they’re still SubSaharan primitives who lack any capacity for self-reflection.

pie
pie
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
12 days ago

what’s good for the goose. this must be whiteys fault.

https://tass.com/world/1799859

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
12 days ago

What they’re doing is a form of punishment for whitey, I believe. Setting films in blackest Africa or blackest Chicongo just isn’t quite the gut-punch that blackening 1970s Ireland–or Shakespeare or medieval Germany–is. Witnessing our civilization and culture slowly being colonized by Afro-savages is demoralizing, and that’s the point.

If I had a rocket launcher…

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

What they’re doing is a form of punishment for whitey, I believe.”

Or worse. The old playbook is, “marginalize, demonize, destroy”. In that order.
Well, we know we’ve been/being marginalized via “DIE”, now comes/add demonizing. Let the demographics play out for another generation of “demonizing” and you’re read for step three.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
12 days ago

True, with the proviso that they’ve been demonizing us since at least the 1980s. Most scholarly monographs in the social sciences/humanities published after 1970 and especially after 1980 are morality plays featuring Blue-eyed Ice Devils and saintly indigenes. For people who claim to be so sophisticated these scholars have a nursery school-level understanding of how the world worked and works.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

For people who claim to be so sophisticated these scholars have a nursery school-level understanding of how the world worked and works.”

Still too damn nice, Ostei. Remember, half or more of these “scholars” are Black, low IQ, mediocrities granted a faux degree and hired back in the system that produced them for virtue signaling purposes. The proverbial “self-licking ice cream cone”. The other, mostly non-minority, “scholars” are midwit ideologues grifting the system.

To state “nursery school-level understanding”, or just plain “understanding” is to imply a level of intellect and effort not in evidence even at that level.

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  Compsci
12 days ago

Saw a story yesterday that nailed DEI, saying it stands for Didn’t Earn It;-)

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

At the end of the day, the only color they care about is green. Movie theaters are closing right and left. Stop patronizing them, watch their revenue dry up, and they’ll get with the program.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  TempoNick
12 days ago

When does this “end of day” come, perchance? Because I’ve been listening to smart men tell me to calm down for over four decades now, that “the market will prevail.”

Now those men are all dead or senile, and my country is destroyed. But you keep looking for that sunset, fella.

Perhaps before the sun sets the thought might occur to you that money is being made (no matter your advanced degree of financial acumen) and you’re simply unable to figure out how, why, and where it’s going.

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TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
12 days ago

I didn’t say anything about markets, which is a completely different concept than the competitive marketplace. I just said that they care about making money and they are getting pinched right now because they’re producing a lot of crap that nobody wants to watch. I don’t want to watch a cornucopia of humanity on my TV or movie screen. They made their bed.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  TempoNick
12 days ago

I’m afraid “Go woke, go broke” is nothing more than a faulty shibboleth and an example of wishful thinking.

Cmhi
Cmhi
Reply to  TempoNick
12 days ago

Had a look at Neoliberal Feudalism, the essay on Substack?
They can issue their own money at will.
It’s the same people, the same circle, that can do that, and produces the information and entertainment content that “people don’t watch”, but they still, largely, end up influenced by

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
12 days ago

Markets are irrelevant when you have direct access to the Death Star of money printers, aka the Federal Reserve.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  TempoNick
12 days ago

I’d like to agree (and I do, regarding closing of theatres) but someday watch who it is that gives theatres their patronage. The industry couldn’t care less about us — we aren’t the ones buying $20 tickets and $15 popcorn. They are going for the young.

That’s why we can’t just leave it to “the market”. Though I’m also at a loss for what to do about it other than take a page from CSNY. Teach your children well.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  TempoNick
11 days ago

They make money on some, lose on others. There is also the merchandizing (almost all of the children’s cartoon features and many of the super hero action movies are basically long commercials). The worse of the woke ones that bomb are simply loss leaders. You can afford to lose a couple 100 million here or there when you are banking billions on the rest. Just look at the NBA/WNBA fiasco.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

“Some sonofabitch would die!” – Bruce Cockburn

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
12 days ago

There is a fine movie about that called Hotel Rwanda, with Don Cheadle and Nick Nolte among others, released in 2005. Much like The Killing Fields, it shows us the horror unleashed by fanaticism in one country; unlike the latter film (which as I recall managed somehow to blame Nixon for the rise of the Khmer Rouge), it makes no attempt to shift the blame to whites, or colonialism, or any of that. I recommend it without reservation.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

Might have to check it out, although I’m sure it was never the feel-good hit of the summer…

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

Never saw that because I just don’t care very much about negroes killing negroes in a negro country on the other side of the world.

What I do know about the actual events is that it was widely “spun.” The majority Hutu were ruled by minority Tutsis and were legitimately sick of it, so they revolted. Now, decades after the dust has settled … majority Hutus are still ruled by minority Tutsis — so much for that “every people has a right to self-determination” thing I sometimes hear people blather about.

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steve w
steve w
Reply to  Vizzini
12 days ago

Never saw that because I just don’t care very much about negroes killing negroes in a negro country on the other side of the world. Yeah, but white guys killing negroes on the other side of the world, en masse, does give one a bit of a woody. Who can’t love that scene in Black Hawk Down when the “skinnies” on the Mogadishu rooftops get mowed down by helicopters sporting M134 machine guns? For that matter, for old movie buffs, the piles of dead “fuzzy wuzzies” in Zulu (Michael Caine’s first starring role, I think) or in Alexander Korda’s amazing,… Read more »

steve w
steve w
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

Of course when I called June “Anal Love Month” she laughed, but immediately corrected herself. Don’t understand her. She loves sending me hard right, pro-Trump memes during the day, but gets nervous when I just say what we both know to be true. Maybe the fact that she works in a public school explains it. Meanwhile, here in our “lovely, historic, picturesque community”, the “Christian” churches have settled so many Afghans – many of whom can’t speak any English – that I am contemplating a “Christian” appeal: Time to build a mosque for our “new neighbors”. It’s the right –… Read more »

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Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

My wife’s got a pretty good idea of where I stand, and she sympathizes with it, by and large. Nevertheless, I dare not expose her to this blog. I think it might shake her up.

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

Yechhhh. I haven’t seen any Afghans being resettled in Middle Tennessee, thank goodness, but a Coptic (Egyptian) Orthodox Church took over an underused 1950s Church of Christ building last year. The place is jumping five days a week, parking lot is full, even overflowing onto front yard next door, and this development is having a salutory effect on goings-on at the mosque a mile or two away. The Copts are an ancient branch of Christianity and are much abused in their former homeland. Speaking of “who we are,” I saw a photo a few days ago welcoming LGBTQ Pride Month… Read more »

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
12 days ago

But average White people are not generally going to flock to the theater to see movies about black people set in Africa, and it is no fun when you can’t rub normie’s face in it.

RedBeard
RedBeard
Reply to  Vizzini
12 days ago

Out of Africa?…. oh wait, nevermind, that was full of white people.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  RedBeard
12 days ago

All of the beauty and romance associated with Africa comes from European exploration and colonization, although the latter helped engender civilization-destroying consequnces back in Europe.

Felis harenae
Felis harenae
12 days ago

Although cinema has always been propaganda, many good movies were made throughout the 20th century. Even as late as the 1990s, it was still possible to find films where the propaganda was veiled enough that it didn’t ruin my enjoyment of the film. Around 2005, however, films started becoming unwatchable because of the diversity and girl boss stuff, and it has only gotten worse since then. Some of it is because the audience has gotten dumber, so the propaganda has to be less subtle so the audience understands what they’re supposed to believe. The main reason, however, is the increasing… Read more »

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
Reply to  Felis harenae
12 days ago

The propaganda is now so bad it almost doesn’t qualify as propaganda. I saw a banner ad for a new slice of Disney dreck called “The Young Woman and The Sea.” The key art is a headshot of that carny trash female Luke Skywalker, but wearing swimming goggles as she looks out over the stormy ocean. So we need no further information to get the message. Piss on the work of an old white man, Hemingway: check. Turn main character into stronk fierce girlboss: check. Moral of story, girlboss is so tough she can defeat the power of an entire… Read more »

Spitefool Mewtants
Spitefool Mewtants
Reply to  Felis harenae
12 days ago

I howled with laughter and snorted derisively through watching the black version of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. The above commenter has it right though, if it were all black no one would watch it, and at this point, if there is any hint of diversity, I simply don’t watch, I have enough books and heritage DVD’s (The ones that were released way back when before POC being to be reinserted into current releases.)

Dr. Mabuse
Dr. Mabuse
Reply to  Spitefool Mewtants
12 days ago

Re: heritage DVDs, my husband and I annually go through our copies of the BBC’s Miss Marple (with Joan Hickson) and Hercule Poirot (with David Suchet) mysteries. (Though only up to 1996; when they resumed the adaptations in the 2000s they weren’t as good.) What lovely, straightforward adaptations those were, and the Miss Marples especially portrayed a most charming view of English village life in the early 20th century. No blacks incongruously inserted into the countryside; they only appeared when Miss Marple took a Caribbean holiday, where their presence was as natural as it would have been UNnatural in St.… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Dr. Mabuse
12 days ago

Heck, even Inspector Morse, set in Oxford in the 80s and 90s, isn’t too corrupted by DIE, although a lamentable tinge of feminism can be detected.

Auld Mark
Auld Mark
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

I’m a big fan of the Endeavor series as it was set in England during the time I lived there. Besides being fine drama, it reflected the changes in society occurring at that period in history. Despite the turbulence of the times, life there and here were downright civilized compared to today’s world.

Ponsonby
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

Funny thing about the Endeavor-Morse-Lewis arc. In Endeavor (set 60’s-70’s, filmed 2012-2023) there are tons of blacks in Oxford, even a main character interracial relationship. Then during Morse (80’s-90’s) all the blacks disappear for some reason. Then with Lewis (2006-2015) they start coming back.

What’s up with Oxford, I wonder?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Ponsonby
11 days ago

If it were entirely up to the Dons, there would be nothing but Hutus in Oxford.

Robbo
Robbo
Reply to  Dr. Mabuse
12 days ago

The Poirots were masterpieces. Our family loves them.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Spitefool Mewtants
12 days ago

Same here. Last week I made the mistake of watching the CBS News. There was some “Asian” woman anchoring, probably Paki or something like that. She wasn’t horrible looking, but I just didn’t want to watch her. And it was specifically because she was Paki.

Just like the blacks have BET and Bounce, I guess we’re going to have to start having white channels as well. The leftists made their bed with all of this immigration and diversity. Sucks that you’re wealth just dried up because of it. Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of people.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  TempoNick
12 days ago

Thankfully, I don’t watch sportsball, but I get exposed to the odd clip of it here and there. They actually have women doing play-by-play now. Empowered, manly women. It’s as horrible as it sounds.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  KGB
12 days ago

Women doing play-by-play, women color commentors, women PA announcers, women referees, and women reporters. It’s a farce. Women have no business whatsoever in men’s sports.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  KGB
12 days ago

Women doing play-by-play is not new. Bob Costas has been doing it for 50 years.

right2remainviolent
right2remainviolent
Reply to  Felis harenae
12 days ago

I think you hit on something here that isn’t discussed or grasped enough as a whole, interconnected concept.

The point of education, to the propagandist, is only to bring people to the level that they can consume propagandist schlock. Any education or intelligence above that is an unnecessary risk.

Yes, the general public at large is dumber now and education standards are in free fall. It makes the propaganda more effective and easier to produce from the propagandist side. But, anyone with two firing neurons can see outright or at least sense the preaching, conniving, and deceit in it all.

Cmhi
Cmhi
Reply to  right2remainviolent
12 days ago

They are not a critical mass, the ones with two or more firing neurons.

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Felis harenae
12 days ago

Modern films and TV are unwatchable, IMHO. Even when a film is not loaded up with diversity or girl bosses, there is nearly always something that makes it unwatchable, at least by me. So I watch older stuff, like much older stuff, mostly in B&W. It was there. It wasn’t in every film or as in your face (most of the time), but the propaganda was there. Hollywood has always been way to the left of the American public. In the 1950s there were all the communists in Hollywood, whereas communism was never anything more than a fringe movement in… Read more »

Jannie
Jannie
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
12 days ago

“Oppenheimer” was pretty decent, apart from its hick portrayal of Truman. And the “bad guy” played by Robert Downey Junior seems to have been an Irving Berlin-type Jewish American patriot who hated commies and thought Oppenheimer was one.

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Jannie
12 days ago

I think I tried to watch it on prime, but like every other time I hear about a movie that sounds good and look on prime, it’s not available as part of prime.

roo_ster
Member
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
12 days ago

Time to move beyond prime. Free streaming websites for the win. DM me in one of the chattery sites if you need a pointer.

(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  Jannie
12 days ago

I thought they gave Truman the best line in the film, “I don’t want to see that cry baby in the White House again”

avraham
avraham
Reply to  Jannie
12 days ago

i saw the play based on the security hearings which was very impressive

Robbo
Robbo
Reply to  Jannie
12 days ago

My grandfather was killed at Dunkirk in 1940, so I was looking forward to Nolan’s film of the same name. Massive disappointment and a complete dog’s breakfast.

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
12 days ago

One of the more amusing “in your face” productions of the war was The North Star in 1943, written by none other than Lillian Hellman. It portrays the happy Soviet peoples of Ukraine innocently going about their happy and carefree lives on the collective farm when savagely attacked by the Nazi beasts. IMDb tells us that Wheels himself urged the making of this film. Last I knew it was on YouTube, and it shouldn’t be missed. It’s fucking hilarious. Stalin himself probably thought it was laying it on a bit thick. Hellman, of course, was a hardcore communist, and one… Read more »

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Boris
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

One of the more amusing “in your face” productions of the war was The North Star in 1943…”.

TCM shows this movie at least 1-2 times/yr. And you’re right – it is hilarious. Dana Andrews stars in this one, too. There’s a syrupy, yet catchy little song near the beginning as the village bravely marches off to face (retreat from?) the naughty nazis.

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Boris
12 days ago

Heh. For fun I am watching the damned thing on Youtube to liven up Happy Hour… go figure, Aaron Copeland wrote the score. Gosh, what a shock. Lefty homosexual, wrote some memorable stuff, hated this country…

That said, ELP’s rendition of Copeland’s “Fanfare for the Common Man” absolutely rules… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2zurZig4L8

steve w
steve w
Reply to  Boris
12 days ago

So for fun I am watching this movie right now; yeah its on Youtube. Oh, check this out: Aaron Copeland wrote the score. Who could have guessed? Lefty homosexual who hated America even as he wrote admittedly delightful light American classical music such as Appalachian Spring; he applied the same “idyllic” touch to the score for this movie. Aram Khachaturian wrote Hymn to Stalin in the purge era, and I don’t blame him, but fucking Copeland?

Now, for a serious re-evalutaion of Copeland music, consider ELP’s rendition of ‘Fanfare for the Common Man’. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2zurZig4L8

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

Can’t fault Appalachian Spring, either.

But his Lincoln Portrait… that’s, errr, Problematic.

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  Boris
12 days ago
Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

Never watched Ragtime and must do so. Got a soft spot for the novels of E.(arly) L.(ife) Doctorow.

Dr. Mabuse
Dr. Mabuse
Reply to  steve w
12 days ago

I’ll have to watch that one; my favourite Hollywood film boosting Stalin’s USSR is ‘Mission to Moscow’ (1943), based on the memoirs of FDR’s ambassador to Moscow in the 1930s. It’s absolutely hilarious, in a way you’d think would be impossible to pull off. When the ambassador witnesses the notorious show trials, he just shakes his head at how those nasty people could have sunk so low as to betray Comrade Stalin. There’s on scene where they’re going to have a conference at the embassy, and a nervous staffer worries that the place might be bugged. The ambassador blandly asserts… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Felis harenae
12 days ago

One exception, perhaps ironically, is Coen brothers films. Even most of those made after 2005 are not blighted by negroes and girrrrl power.

roo_ster
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

There is a normal curve for most things, to include hollywood smollhats. The Coens are at the far right tail of that distro.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  Felis harenae
12 days ago

I hope you don’t watch any films made between 1935 and 1950.

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
12 days ago

There’s some good stuff in there, especially the hour long films popular in the 1930s. I don’t know if they fell out of favor, were pushed aside by the cartoons or if there were just as many in the 40s, but they don’t end up on youtube. I’m pretty sure they were matinee fodder in the 30s. My parents were kids in the 40s and early 50s (Silent) and they used to tell me how they would go to the Saturday matinee and watch cartoons all afternoon for a nickel, especially in the summer because it had air conditioning and… Read more »

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
12 days ago

There’s some, but let’s not forget the British takeover of Hollywood in 1940 to push the war. In the 1990s Sam Francis or Lew Rockwell wrote about this for Chronicles. I can’t locate it, but the list of British intelligence officers in Hollywood writing scripts for the US public was extensive. It’s always been a weapon. There are decent movies from that era, to be sure, but I watch them with the same gimlet eye I do today’s films. Great example of this is “Best Years of Our Lives,” when the vet with no arms (prosthetic hooks) is eating at… Read more »

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Tom K
Tom K
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
12 days ago

I remember that. Overall, it’s a good movie, but that was a sour note.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
12 days ago

The question is what the propaganda is pushing. Film noir often had questionable themes, but there was a lot of pro-America slant back when that represented a good thing in people’s minds, whether or not it accurately reflected what America really was.

John Wayne, for instance, though with several glaring counter-examples. Regardless, he turned down all kinds of roles because he objected to the ideology that was being pushed, or that he perceived being pushed. He even turned down roles where he thought that the language was too coarse.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  Steve
12 days ago

I like Wayne’s westerns. I do not like his war films, particularly “Ballad of the Green Berets.” I think he’d be a neocon today, to be honest. He had the service record to qualify as one, anyway.

Mike
Mike
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
11 days ago

“The Ballad of the Green Berets” was a song by Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler. It reached No. 1 for five weeks on Billboards Hot 100 in 1966. The movie, “The Green Berets,” portrayed, accurately, the versatility of the men, and, specifically, the strategic mission focus of the US Special Forces, foreign internal defense and guerrilla warfare. It was intended to counter the prevailing liberal media hype of the day that cast these soldiers as snake-eating, baby-killing mercenaries. As a retired member of a Special Forces A-Team, the back-slapping message of the film to the media of the era (the smug… Read more »

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
12 days ago

since my wife and I can’t stomach anything new, we watch old shows, mostly documentaries. We’ve been watching the Sopranos since I never really watched it when it came out 25 years ago. What’s interesting is how you can clearly see that the culture back then is like a foreign planet. We find ourselves pausing the show and remarking to each other how we can’t believe they still allow people to watch it. So many stereotypes that we all know to be true are present. There was one scene where Tony explains to his daughter that it’s a fact that… Read more »

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Tired Citizen
12 days ago

Even better is the scene when Tony’s daughter has a half-black, half-Jewish boy from college over to the house. When he gets a moment alone with the twerp, Tony lets him know that his black associates don’t want his son with their daughters and he doesn’t want their sons with his daughter.

Every normal father watching that scene nods along knowingly.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  KGB
12 days ago

Yes. The two scenes are intertwined. My wife and I did think it was funny how they made the black Jew smart and well spoken. We were predicting that he would beat her or knock her up and then disappear.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  KGB
12 days ago

Yes. They nod. And then hold their tongue. Forever.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  KGB
12 days ago

Late to the party, but this is the Sopranos scene mentioned:

https://youtu.be/rynqbJ53DBE

KGB
KGB
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
11 days ago

“Those old Tarzan movies?” I love that line as it goes right over Noah’s head.

(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  Tired Citizen
12 days ago

The Sopranos also has some interesting truth about Jews, most normies will miss it of course

Sgt Pedantry
Sgt Pedantry
Reply to  Tired Citizen
12 days ago

That was then. Chase got the memo and woke up for “Many Saints of Newark”.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Tired Citizen
12 days ago

Tony is very much like Archie Bunker. The character was created for something you could rail against. “Look at how backwards and ignorant he is, how violent”. And like Archie, he became an anti-hero and loved by fans. Both were saying unvarnished truths that are as plain as day to those who haven’t bee sipping poison for several decades. As pointed out in other threads, the audience is so dim-witted now you cannot even put this level of nuance on a character. It is all cardboard cutouts now so the 80 IQ proles can easily identify “good and bad”. For… Read more »

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Apex Predator
12 days ago

The only difference is that Tony Soprano wasn’t portrayed as a buffoon and troglodyte, like Archie Bunker was. With Bunker, the joke was always on those who found wisdom in his words. It’s a little more nuanced with Tony Soprano.

He had an IQ of 136. It’s been tested.

Robbo
Robbo
Reply to  Tired Citizen
12 days ago

I’ve been watching old Dean Martin “Roasts” on the internet. It might as well have been another universe. Worth watching alone for the haircuts-by-Helen-Keller and frilly shirts.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
12 days ago

The next recession is going to last a long time. One reason why is that there will be (already is) too much dieversity in corporate AINO for there to be enough competency to dig out of it. And it will not be permitted, or even thinkable to most people, to point to it as the problem. So it will go on and on. As the recession continues, more dieversity will be hired, more Whites retired. Snowballing on itself. As a poster here said the other day, when you go brown, you stay down.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
12 days ago

It’s going to sound something like “creative destruction”, but in every recession is an opportunity. In this case, I agree the corporatocracy has too much DIE dross to make it through hard times, let alone shine. But that means anyone who does not embrace that lunacy has a huge leg up.

It’s really our choice. Are the new entrepreneurs ending that recession going to be white or not?

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Steve
12 days ago

Only privately owned companies can buck the dieversity, all others are legally required to destroy themselves with it, and this is only increasing, the law growing only more comprehensive, so I’m not real optimistic about the private ones.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
12 days ago

Exactly! There’s no point in hoping that globohomo megacorps are going to start seeing things our way. They only slightly toned down their June celebrations.

We are going to have to become entrepreneurial if we want to survive.

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Pozymandias
Reply to  Steve
12 days ago

A lot of White guys will get rich by just pitching their services to mega-corps that actually need some crucial thing to actually work and keep working. It won’t be that hard. Just a simple company photo with a bunch of older White guys and perhaps a pickup truck in the background off in the distance (we didn’t know it was in frame, I swear!). There will be a few key people in management that can read this not too subtle sign language. I actually suspect that a lot of the outsourcing is just an attempt to dodge the American… Read more »

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Pozymandias
12 days ago

That’s perfect! Just start a new company doing the exact same thing. Take their cash, then go back to what you were doing.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
12 days ago

I’m trying to think, will that be the death of modern corporations and agencys, or will the final version simply start hiring their own private mercenary corps?

Mow Noname
Mow Noname
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
12 days ago

My GloboBank has seven interns at the New York mothership this summer.
Six females (2 trixies/ 2 Nubians/ 1 Asian/ 1 dot Indian)
One male (guess the demographic).

Tom K
Tom K
12 days ago

It gets more serious when it shows up in daily life. I have encounters with Africans all the time now. I thought I was moving to a whitetopia three years ago but no. At one time the population of this state was about 3% black iirc and that was in one tiny area in Denver but now the latest I heard it’s about 10% and they’re everywhere. They’re moving in from out of state because this state is a mirror of the upper Midwestern “nice” culture. They figure it’s gibs for the taking. I won’t go into the details of… Read more »

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Himself
12 days ago

I watched that movie this last weekend, and thought the out of place negro was the dumbest thing I’ve seen. 3/4 of my grandparents came from the motherland there. You’d sooner see a ghost or banshee floating around rural Ireland before you’d see a fiddle playing african. It beggars belief. I saw another one that was nearly as dumb. Leah, Lea? Something or other. A blonde wall crasher heads out to rural N Dakota to teach English in 1984. She starts paling around with the wise latina coworker/barfly. as if. But even dumber? The sassy, sooper smart teen black girl,… Read more »

Hun
Hun
12 days ago

Recently, as I was walking on a street in a small rural town in a very remote part of Europe, I noticed a large poster in the window of the local pharmacy. It featured a white woman and a simian looking black guy with vitiligo all over his face. I though to myself that whoever created this poster wallows in ugliness. Then I looked away as I continued my walk and realized that the street is full of Indian males.

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Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
12 days ago

Sometimes the requirements for racial diversity becomes unintentional comedy. I remember watching Rocky Balboa in the theatres. There was a scene where Rocky encounters a woman who gave him a hard time in the original movie, and learns she’s a single mother. It panned to the kid, who is mulatto, and the audience groaned with laughter.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Chet Rollins
12 days ago

In my more optimistic moments, I like to think it’s intentional. Some closeted based writer gets the memo from DIE harridan for more diversity and thinks “I’ll give you diversity all right.”

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
12 days ago

Would the “entertainment” industry have gone tits up even without DIE? I think so. DIE is more a symptom than a cause in this narrow instance. The same idiocy that propels ham-handed DIE would not allow for intelligent or at least entertaining content. Before DIE started to do its damage, big budget films started to be remakes, sequels and reimaginations of old television series. The stupidity predates DIE, which may be its apex but is a predictable endpoint of a trend. The colorized and blackwashed vapidity simply imposes the zeitgeist on a failing and retarded industry.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Jack Dobson
12 days ago

The replacement of human actors by computer generated ones is going to hit a snag when they realize it means putting the dieversity out of work. Maybe only the white villains will be computer generated, and the protagonists actual flesh and blood negros.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
12 days ago

Surely blacks will find work in the technical aspects of AI after the acting jobs dry up.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Jack Dobson
12 days ago

You sly dog, you

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Jack Dobson
12 days ago

Certainly. I suspect AI offices will still require janitorial services.

Polemeros
Polemeros
12 days ago

Turds in the milkpail. Every gd milkpail.

usNthem
usNthem
12 days ago

Throughout most of my life I was ambivalent about diversity in general and blacks in particular – probably because I didn’t have to suffer much of either. Now I can say without a doubt that I loathe diversity in general and blacks in particular. America is now the post jigberg/jewberg strike Titanic. The stern is high out of the water now…

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
12 days ago

Diversity is the new racket basically as Z alluded to. Instead of the Mafia you have basically the Diversity Mafia now in charge of -everything- compliments of the (((cultural programmers))) and the pervasive white guilt they have been carefully packaging and selling for generations. The fact that so many New England protestants are natural busybodies and ‘righters of moral wrongs’ was just easy grease on the skids to slide this mind virus in place. Be certain that those who have been cooking this cult for decades took notes about abolitionists, church ladies, moral scolds and the like and found a… Read more »

Dr. Mabuse
Dr. Mabuse
12 days ago

This is why I no longer watch new movies or TV shows; nothing made after 2000, pretty much. There are stories coming out now about the death of cinema, and how the ongoing failure of Hollywood is more than just a temporary downturn. I recognize my own part in that downturn, but then I thought about what it would take to get me to go out to a movie theatre, and I realized that there’s nothing. Most of the films coming out now are lame remakes of things I saw or heard about when I was young. Any new stuff… Read more »

Captain Willard
Captain Willard
12 days ago

The whole thing has been stood on its head. Elvis, The Beatles and the Stones reinterpreted (with commercial and artistic success) black culture for white audiences. Whites were inhabiting black space because blacks had cultural creations worth imitating in those days. Chet Baker, Stan Getz and Bossa Nova followed a similar path in Jazz.

Today, black culture has degenerated to the point wherein it has stopped creating any culture whatsoever. So they can either intrude on White cultural space or be invisible. Sports is the obvious exception.

Zulu Juliet
Zulu Juliet
Reply to  Captain Willard
12 days ago

Notice closely in ALL the ads where they insert incongruous blacks that we can’t help but notice, the blacks are all acting white: Playing corn hole, married, dressed like yuppies. They never portray blacks as they really are…

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Zulu Juliet
12 days ago

The majority of white contact, especially baizuo contact with negros is with the right side of the bell curve. They rarely if ever see the majority.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
12 days ago

Nowhere is this truer than in academia, where every sliver of the civilized fraction of negrodom is Hoovered up by the unis. White college students thereby get a charicatured picture of negroes.

I will say this, however. Universities, particularly teriary and quaternary ones, are getting so desperate for negroes that they are having to dip into the lower depths of the hood to fulfil their often self-imposed quotas. Consequently, walking across campus these days feels increasingly like walking through East St. Louis or Bed-Stuy.

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Zulu Juliet
12 days ago

I haven’t watched any TV for a long time, but even 20 years ago the only place you could see black people acting normal (for them) on television was on late-night BET, during the ghetto commercials and dirty music videos right before the morning Christian shows.

I assume that stuff got put away circa Obama.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Captain Willard
12 days ago

I’d posit there hasn’t been one thing blacks have brought to the table that we couldn’t have lived without – nada. Outside of some entertainment (which would be just fine w/o them as well), as a group they aren’t worth a damn – just a YUGE net negative on any society they happen to infest. The proverbial turd in the punch bowl.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  usNthem
12 days ago

Alright, conceded. Now what? Like @Arthur Metcalf says, nod and hold your tongue? Forever? Or as others bemoan while not suggesting any better course of action, become a griller?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Steve
12 days ago

Separate, congregate and wait…

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

Done, done, and that sounds a whole lot like nodding or grilling…

EDIT

Don’t want to be taken as fedposting.

If the Thompson kid down the road is a natural mechanic, $5k buys him a lift, a decent scan tool, and some side cash to get into business. If another kid is a promising welder, a couple grand gets a more than adequate MIG setup.

These are solutions that I don’t see being encouraged.

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Boris
12 days ago

A great 100% non-diverse Irish film is “Waking Ned Devine”. Released in 1997/98 just before diversity began overtaking motion pics. No black leprechauns, no girl bosses, no transmutants. Highly recommended.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Boris
12 days ago

That was one of my pappy’s favorites.

DLS
DLS
12 days ago

There are 3 Taken movies. At some point you have to ask if he is just a bad father.

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  DLS
12 days ago

I’d certainly be asking myself that question well before the 108th sequel.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
12 days ago

It’s all so ridiculous, and it’s been going on a long time. For instance, yesterday I watched a Price Is Right rerun from 1975. And, wouldn’t you know it, one of the showcases was a salute to Jackie Robinson complete with a video highlight of the spotless negro getting a game-winning hit for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1956 World Series. The woman who bid on the showcase (coincidentally?) was a Hutessa from North Carolina.

This woke idiocy didn’t just crop up in 2020, my fellow dissidents.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

It’s there in the OG Star Trek. The West lost WWII, by the advertisements/need to insert diversity everywhere.

RealityRules
RealityRules
12 days ago

I wrote about this on this post the other day and people seemed to like what I had to say about it. https://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=32128 It could be that this is just an accident of the scramble to have diversity. I think it is sinister. When you write a new people in to a people’s history and mythology you are destroying their identity and their claims on their past. You are giving the new people a claim. At the same time that this is happening, you are invading the homelands and performing a pogram of the people whose story you are giving… Read more »

RealityRules
RealityRules
Reply to  RealityRules
12 days ago

Here is the extent of the malignancy. Someone at my company just posted a who is your favorite visual artist. Good old white guy didn’t hesitate to post Kehinde Wiley. Who is this guy? He is who Obama chose to paint his portrait. He paints things like: Napolean Leading the Army over The Alps as a grotesque looking negroid. Images of mass black on white rape and murder. A grotesque negroid Philip IV Black women beheading white women https://www.singulart.com/en/blog/2023/10/24/kehinde-wiley-paintings/ Too many of our people have a deep deep sickness. Some of them have an absolute death wish in their desperation… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  RealityRules
12 days ago

“Too many of our people have a deep deep sickness.” The *deep* sickness is as deep as their DNA. There is no cure for most except through “harsh Darwinian selection”. In short, they are *not* our people, although they do pass for a reasonable facsimile on the surface. These people are the “Spiteful Mutants”, Dutton talks about in his recent book of the same name. I applaud your attempt to rally support for reversing our cultural rot, but these SM’s are blind to such and do not see. They may be suppressed until they die off, but changed back into… Read more »

Zorro, the Lesser "Z" Man
Zorro, the Lesser "Z" Man
Reply to  RealityRules
12 days ago

I love your subversive film ideas! As an addition I posit an all-mulatto version of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’. Klezmer Rap has a nice ring to it.

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  Zorro, the Lesser "Z" Man
12 days ago

At the end, they have to decamp to Queens when their hood is razed to make way for a Mayonnaise factory. White Terror.

Junior Wolf
Junior Wolf
12 days ago

I was in the diversity racket for 27 years, education. My favorite line to the DEI crowd was diversity and equity in the same sentence was an oxymoron, we’re in education, can’t we see that? Needless to say, quickly brushed aside!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Junior Wolf
12 days ago

Diverse equity, like many isotopes, can only exist under intense pressure and high heat.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Junior Wolf
12 days ago

They probably didn’t know the meaning of the word oxymoron.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Junior Wolf
12 days ago

It’s DIE not DEI they switched it up because it was telling the truth of what it was and everyone on our side of the aisle just rolled over and started using their new language for it…Hot damn no wonder why we continue to lose…

Nick Note's Mugshot
Nick Note's Mugshot
12 days ago

I am pretty confident that in the 1970’s the number of Africans in Ireland was infinitesimally small if there were any at all. And they were confined to Dublin. I would bet my entire net worth that there was not a single one living in rural Ireland. Of course, today is a different story. African immigrants are common. I am sure that the younger people working on the film think that black have always lived there. Ireland spent 800 years trying to break free of the British only to surrender totally to Globohomo with a gay Indian Prime Minister and… Read more »

(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  Nick Note's Mugshot
12 days ago

Even in the 80s or mid 90s seeing an African in Dublin was strange, outside of Dublin I never saw one until the late 90s

Was in a small town in Mayo last summer, it was perfect, the only diversity I saw was American tourists, perfect

TomA
TomA
12 days ago

The diversity mandate in TV and movies is not an accident of rogue cultism. It is a deliberate and intentional aspect of the program to alter societal consciousness toward low-trust high-dependence conformity. There aren’t enough jackboots to quell the resistance when the SHTF, so passive compliance via mental reprogramming is a vital necessity for the new tecno-tyranny to succeed. Ditto for the CBDC, which also affords remote control over the masses. But a 70 year old Liam Neeson character is a good metaphor for the cure that must come to pass if we are to prevail over this tyranny. Yes,… Read more »

Maxda
Maxda
12 days ago

They should have cast a tall mulatto as Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy) who just happens to be in town. I think he was literally the only diversity in 70’s Ireland.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Maxda
12 days ago

Well, at least there was one…In the Cohen Bros “MacBeth”, 10th century Scotland is crawling with black men, women and children…In a place where, in fact, no African had ever been seen or even heard of….

Maxda
Maxda
Reply to  pyrrhus
12 days ago

Even one of the silly Robin Hood movies cast a black man as a Moor who returned to England with friends for reasons. At least they recognized that they needed to make up an excuse.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Maxda
12 days ago

The Kevin Costner one. I actually didn’t have a problem with that, or the believability wasn’t doing extrasolar gymnastics to make it work. Missionary types are a weird strain to begin with and end up all over the damn place.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Forever Templar
12 days ago

Yeah, but Moors are not black. They are off-white.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Maxda
12 days ago

Does it matter? Ever since the first Robin Hood movie in the 30’s, they bastardized the tale until nothing of the original plot line is recognizable except the names of the main characters.

This is why I rail against these “fiction based on fact” type of movies. Folks watch and then come away thinking they know something about history. Better they thought they knew nothing.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  pyrrhus
12 days ago

I can’t remember, was the film cast and shot in Britain? They’ve had rules/laws there for some time now requiring cast by a mixture of races, or no go on the filming.

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  pyrrhus
12 days ago

I gotss’ta not yield, To kiss de ground befo’e yung Malcolm’s feet, And t’be baited wid de rabble’s curse. What it is, Mama. Right On! Dough Birnam wood be mosey on waaay down t’Dunsinane, And dou opposed, bein’ uh no honky chick bo’n, Yet ah’ gotss’ta try de last. Befo’e mah’ body ah’ drow mah’ warlikes shield. Lay on, Macduff, And damn’d be him dat fust cries, ‘Hold, enough. Right On! 

Courtesy of this: https://funtranslations.com/jive

I figured that Old Timey Jive Talk is the contemporary negro analogue of our Elizabethan English.

Captain Willard
Captain Willard
Reply to  Maxda
12 days ago

Lynott was an immense talent.

(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  Maxda
12 days ago

Phill and Paul McGrath, it was the good old days, and Phil and Paul didn’t hate us

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Maxda
12 days ago

Lynott just happens to be back in town/
Lynott just happens to be back in town/
(The mulatto’s back)/
(The mulatto’s back.)

AntiDem
AntiDem
12 days ago

…and make him lame and gay!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  AntiDem
11 days ago

Lame and gay are redundant.

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
12 days ago

Like many of you, I eschew most entertainment made after 2005 or so. With a few exceptions (John Carter, John Wick, Dredd) virtually nothing made in Hollywood in the past 20 years is worth watching. If you haven’t already done so, I suggest those looking for quality entertainment look eastward. Korea is cranking out some excellent content; I believe Parasite won a bunch of awards, and the action genre is improved with films such as The Divine Move and The Man From Nowhere. Anime is also worth checking out for those who enjoy sci fi or fantasy. There’s a ton… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
12 days ago

I’ll get downvotes for this I’m sure, but I agree with you. Some of the foreign films and TV being imported from services like NETFLIX are pretty entertaining and original. Nothing wrong with watching those films shot in their own countries with their own actors. However, I will note the Asians are getting quite “poz’d” as well. More modern flix showing effeminized men and masculinization females. Those I never watch, they are quite creepy.

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  Compsci
12 days ago

The only acceptable form of masculinised female is employed by the Takarazuka Revue:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-u0BiK_70I&list=PL0M7Cs98NLpLjrfjykh9DgO0Btjfp5tsm

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
12 days ago

I guess it would have been going too far to make the African guy a transsexual woman….

Hokkoda
Member
12 days ago

“Those who thought it was a ridiculous addition to the film kept their head down because they did not want the lunatics from the cult of diversity hounding them over it.” This accurately describes the reaction of company employees to a mentally ill man who works here who is “transitioning”. People just keep their heads down. If you’re around people you know are safe, winks and eye rolls are common, but only in small groups or 1:1. As the number of eye rollers has grown I’ve realized my company is actually pretty great. Everyone’s just waiting on that one slip… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Hokkoda
12 days ago

Silence is violence!

Hokkoda
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

lol, “Our violence is speech, your speech is violence.”

I’m always proud of our side for its “turn the other cheek” approach to life. But I fear those days are drawing to a close. There are people who like to say “bring it on”, but it’s going to be bloody and horrific, and it’ll take 500 years to recover.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Hokkoda
12 days ago

Throw that TV out you will be better off in the long run…

avraham
avraham
12 days ago

i tend to prefer westerns from the 1950’s

Hun
Hun
12 days ago

OT: This is now openly talked about in the media:
Biden showing signs of decline as pols, aides detail 81-year-old’s slipping cognitive fitness: ‘Not the same person’

President Biden’s cognitive decline is readily apparent and a concern for dozens who have interacted with the 81-year-old commander-in-chief in recent months, according to a shocking report Tuesday.

Some of the more the 45 Republican and Democratic lawmakers and staffers interviewed by the Wall Street Journal described a president who spoke so softly during meetings that participants struggled to understand him.

https://archive.is/8AIBZ
The odds of Biden being switched for another candidate are increasing.

Hokkoda
Member
Reply to  Hun
12 days ago

Nobody cares. Democrats certainly don’t care. They just need someone to sign the paper to do the thing and make it look legal. Republicans already know he’s a fake.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Hokkoda
12 days ago

The point is that there seems to be a faction among the Democrats that would like to change this. They are testing the waters to see if they can gain more strength.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Hun
12 days ago

She’s certainly in the news a lot lately isn’t she

fakeemail
fakeemail
12 days ago

Shame that Liam Neeson was never in a proper Star Wars movie as he’s about as perfect an image for a Jedi one can imagine. Instead, he wound up instead paling around with Jar Jar Binks and that little brat kid in that proto-CGI crapfest. You know what’s funny about SW? The original trilogy was “racist” even though George Pucas is a little liberal nerd. America was still a white country in ’77, so it was accepted as fact that the proper Englishmen were Jedi/normal humans and the other races were various aliens like Wookies, sand people, etc. That’s what… Read more »

Hokkoda
Member
Reply to  fakeemail
12 days ago

I, for one, enjoy the original Star Wars and how 30 ships piloted by white people save the galaxy from tyranny…

It’s a great movie to watch to see what America uses to be like.

i agree that Lefty Lucas made movies that were easily conventionally conservative.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  3g4me
12 days ago

That got progressively worse the further I read.

RealityRules
RealityRules
Reply to  Jack Dobson
12 days ago

So what!? It progressed, and that is all that matters. It works for cancer!

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Jack Dobson
12 days ago

Not as bad as “Maine builds rent-free apartments for migrants with taxpayer money”.

So where, really, is this going to go, when we’ve gotten beyond the “We urgently need Somalis on welfare to boost the economy!”

Once again, we are far outrun by the left. They’re building a parallel economy on a massive scale. I mean, even the basis for “money” is different.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Alzaebo
12 days ago

Having come from New England, what happens when the money runs out in those places will be interesting. (And it will, I just don’t know when.) The natives know how to deal with winter. The Somalis don’t want to work and are there for the freebies.
Have the money spigots finally shut off will result in violence/self deportation and probably both.

J Ribble
J Ribble
7 days ago

Winston Churchill in the movie Finest Hour engaging with the “cool funky” black couple in the London Underground. Preposterous.

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Dr. Meezer
Dr. Meezer
9 days ago

Seems like tame DIE for a 2023 flick. I’m just grateful the Neeson character didn’t strike up a romance with the peripatetic African and force the audience into nauseating homoerotic sex scene. Woulda been unavoidable if it were a Netflix production.

Shrinking Violet
Shrinking Violet
11 days ago

Sounds ridiculous, all right, but they missed an opportunity with the black immigrant. He should have gone directly from complaining about violence in his home country, to head-stomping a white pub patron or raping a white girl. Or both. This would have added the missing verisimilitude.

Cmhi
Cmhi
12 days ago

“leave the women and children but save our sacred African!”

Women are no more sacred than Africans, though.

Vinnyvette
Vinnyvette
12 days ago

This story arc sounds very similar to a good Pierce Brosnan movie from the 90’s only without the “color.” Name escapes me. Gotta be a woke reboot.

TempoNick
TempoNick
12 days ago

You’re still watching new product? I only watch the old stuff on free streaming.

Starving them of your dollars is the only way to force them to change.

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Reply to  TempoNick
12 days ago

This is no longer about profits. Disney has thrown away billions on the Star Wars franchise, and obviously couldn’t care a whit less.

The Mind Controllers don’t need your money. They’ll just print more, and enslave you with the bill while raping the minds of your children.

Thus refusal to acknowledge the coordinated, top-down nature of our enemies is as baffling as it is questionable.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
12 days ago

You have a point, but they still have to feed their monster with cash coming from customers. Make it painful for them and all their paper wealth dries up.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  TempoNick
12 days ago

Again, it’s not our money they are after. It’s the next generation’s. Who are happily forking it over, as well as whatever Big Ed left of their intellect.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Steve
12 days ago

If you’re a part of the Power Structure in good standing, money will always be made available to you. The Power Structure takes care of its own, and that includes screenwriters, directors, producers, actors, etc.

Wiffle
Wiffle
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

They just can’t afford an army of them, though like before. That’s what the AI thing is about.

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Reply to  TempoNick
12 days ago

“You have a point, but they still have to feed their monster with cash coming from customers” There is ample evidence of billionaires like Soros and Gates funding the destruction of the White Christian West. The movie propaganda under discussion coincides with all the dogma of the evil Civic Religion, Satanic Inversionism, which every facet of Mammy Guvmint promotes 24/7 without a moment’s let-up.. The Mind control is ubiquitous, and funded by an inexhaustible pile of Money-bux. No business that relied on revenue generated by customers / sales could survive the sacrificial burning of the billions Disney threw away on… Read more »

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
12 days ago

Right. The executive producers need to only cough up at most tens of millions net, even if the movie is a flop.

Sometime we all have to wrap our heads around the concept that tens of millions isn’t that much to someone who has tens of billions to throw around. Particularly if they can make it back funding the occasional film that even we might be enticed into seeing.

If the ticket sales are going to affect this mess, you’ve got to boycott everything, including reruns on Netflix.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
12 days ago

Agreed completely. However, it’s still best to boycott the sumbitches, just for spite.

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
12 days ago

Hear, hear!!.

Asifudno
Asifudno
12 days ago

As minority checkbox insertions go I thought the fiddler was pretty tame and he’s got a tiny part. I really enjoyed the film overall, and thought the IRA girl leader came across as being a spiteful psychopath, not really anything for team diversity to cheer on.

Some directors are obviously filling in checkboxes to keep the DEIhards happy while still trying to produce entertaining content. House of Dragon is another example.

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Reply to  Asifudno
12 days ago

The fact that they are included in the plot at all is the victory. Your remarks about the size of the midget fiddlers role, or your opinion about the demeanor of the Girl Boss, are criticisms on the fuzzy dice dangling from the rearview mirror on the Death Dozer as it plows you and everything you love into the dirt.

I suspect the perpetrators would be highly amused by your critique of their film, and the likelihood of its effects on their audience.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Asifudno
12 days ago

House of Dragon is another example.”

You’re new here I take it from your pseudo name. I tuned into HoD to see what the follow on series to GoT would look like. It was a ridiculous insult to the intelligence to see Blacks running around with bleached blond locks. How could one watch enough to be interested? Not a put down of your enjoyment, nor does it extend to dislike of any particular race in the movies—there is a time and place—just a dislike of ridiculous contrived situations in the name of DIE.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Compsci
12 days ago

Thanks Brother for using the correct acronym…I don’t know what it is with our side that they just fall in line with the lefts language instead of calling what it is…

Asifudno
Asifudno
Reply to  Compsci
11 days ago

It was ridiculous seeing the blonde dreads, but apart from that it’s pretty good. If 90% of what is on the menu is pure shit on a plate, I’m okay with having something served that’s only got a speck of it. Of course no shit would be better, like Banshees of Inisherin, but it gets boring watching the same library of pre woke content over and over again. Boomers seem to be cool with consuming the same narrow epoch’s content over and over again, but it gets old. If you’re aware of the propaganda you can presumably look past it… Read more »

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