Monday, July 27, 2009

Hollywood’s War on Whitey

That which is viewed as being bad for humanity oftentimes has war declared on it by the powers that be. President Lyndon Johnson announced a “war on poverty,” President Richard Nixon announced a “war on drugs,” President George W. Bush declared a “war on terrorism”—it seems that society is at war with virtually everything: AIDS, cancer, crime, starvation, genocide, global warming, obesity—the list goes on and on.

There is also a war that is being waged against Western civilization, which has been prosecuted by liberals for many years now—long before Patrick Buchanan announced in his speech at the Republican Convention in 1992 that a “Culture War” is being fought in America. In fact, James Burnham, a former communist, even wrote a book in the 1960s—The Suicide of the West—in which he opined that “Liberalism is the ideology of Western suicide. When once this initial and final sentence is understood, everything about liberalism—the beliefs, emotions and values associated with it, the nature of its enchantment, its practical record, its future—falls into place.” The battle lines were drawn a long time ago.

It does not take a member of Mensa to figure out that Western civilization emanates from Europe, which has historically been populated by white people. Leftist organizations, such as the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League, often frown upon the suggestion that race plays a significant role in the creation and survival of civilization, but arguably their condemnation is based not on empirical evidence but on their illogical hate of the white race. Western civilization is synonymous with White civilization; a war against the West is a war against white people.

The vanguard of the anti-White movement is Hollywood, which spends millions upon millions of dollars per year to create propaganda to slander Whitey. Two films that Hollywood released this summer, and one which will be released in August, are testament to this fact.

When I recently walked into a movie theater to watch a film, I noticed that posters were displayed throughout the theater that announced that the theater discriminates against non-humans. Non-humans were banned from using the bathrooms and the drinking fountains, which is obviously analogous to the ban on Negroes from using bathrooms and drinking fountains prior to the so-called Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. The posters advertise a movie, called District 9, which is about a fictional story of how humanity discriminates against peace-loving aliens from another world who are refugees on Earth. The website for the film can be visited at, and the trailer can be watched on YouTube. Quotes from the trailer include: “They don’t belong here”; “They are spending so much month to keep them here ... at least they are keeping them separate from us”; “They must go”; and “Why don’t you just leave?” Phrases also flash during the trailer: “They are not welcome” and “They are not accepted.” The movie takes place in South Africa, and before “They are not human” is flashed on the screen, the viewer would think that the white South Africans are giving Apartheid another go to discriminate against poor, defenseless, innocent blacks.

If one visits the website for the film, one can find another video that contains phrases such as “Coexistence has never been easy.” Amusingly, the website for the film is presented as being a legitimate website in which the movie is assumed to be real and current. For example, the website prompts the viewer to specify whether they are “human” or “non-human,” and from there one can find links to rules and regulations that non-humans must abide by. The list includes: Non-humans must wear identification tags at all time; “Non-humans are not permitted to own property”; “All areas outside of District 9, except for work zones, are restricted to non-humans”; non-humans cannot own cars, but may use buses or trains; non-humans may only work in mines; “In large capacity public places, non-humans must sit in designated seats or viewing areas”; “Any trespassing [by a non-human] ... is grounds for on-site extermination or indefinite detention”; “Sexual relationships between humans and non-humans are prohibited”; “Non-humans must not use public drinking fountains”; “Non-humans must use restroom facilities specifically designated for non-human use”; and so on. The wicked white South Africans have reverted back to being the evil monsters that whites are naturally inclined to be by discriminating against these poor aliens.

The aforementioned website also has a promotional video that depicts a fake newscast that presents itself as a public safety message that was released by the government. The video implores the viewer to contact the authorities if any non-human is seen having crossed the border. The video concludes with a picture of a very Nordic-looking family with a caption: “Keeping humans safe by keeping non-humans separate.”

District 9 mocks white people who are concerned that their countries are dying due to the scourges of multiculturalism and multiracialism, which are symptoms of the disease of mass immigration. Humanity will likely be presented as an evil force, which is xenophobic, nativist, racist, and whose people froth at the mouth with hate. The aliens who are refugees serve as a metaphor for illegal aliens from Mexico who reside in the United States and as a metaphor for illegal aliens from Africa and the Middle East who dwell in Europe.

On, a popular social networking website, District 9 is advertised by a Facebook group in which members can take a vote in a poll that asks, “Do non-humans deserve equal rights?” I voted “No,” as did 53 percent of the respondents. Instead of asking such a question, they should have asked, “How often do non-humans rape, rob, and murder humans?” or “How much lower does the typical non-human score on an I.Q. test than does the average human?” If Hollywood is going to use analogies, they should at least keep them fair.

Interestingly enough, this is the second movie this year that presents humanity as being inherently evil while aliens are presented as being innately good. A children’s fictional movie, called Battle for Terra, is about how Earth was destroyed by way of global warming, and how the last remnants of humanity invade a planet, inhabited by peace-loving aliens, with the plan of wiping them out to claim the planet as their own. The humans who are presented as planning a worldwide genocide are mostly white males, and in the trailer, the only human who condemns the plan of conquest is a black man.

A third movie released this year, entitled Year One, defamed white people by presenting our ancestors as being utter morons. The advertisement for that movie included a poster of the two protagonists—the not-so-funny Jack Black and the always pathetic Michael Cera—, dressed as cavemen, making stupefied faces, with the caption “Meet your ancestors” displayed above them. Can you imagine the public outcry if a comedy was made that presents the ancestors of black folk as being akin to those two clowns, which was advertised with a poster that quipped, “Meet your ancestors”? The movie would be called “racist,” theaters would refuse to show it, the actors who agreed to take part in the film would be blacklisted by Hollywood, and so-called civil rights activists would appear on TV news programs to condemn the production company. Is it just me, or is there a double standard at play here?

In District 9 and Battle for Terra, a human betrays humanity by siding with those who are oppressed by evil white men; the betrayal of one’s own specie is presented as being heroic and noble in the films. I do not feel that it is brash to say that this could very well be a metaphor for what liberals believe to be heroic and noble: the betrayal of one’s race, so long as one’s race is white.

Kyle Bristow was until recently the chairman of Young Americans for Freedom chapter of Michigan State University, which had become famous due to its lively and controversial meetings under his leadership.

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Tim Johnston said...


Anonymous said...

I feel sick just reading this. That the public is willing to lap up such blatant propaganda is a very bad sign.

Exzanian said...

I'd like to watch it, just to hear the serfrican accents.