Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
A few weeks ago, I was at work and one of my gay coworkers was standing nearby. He suddenly farted very loudly and everyone heard it but pretended not to notice. If it were someone else who did it, you can bet somebody would have made a joke — but because the fart came from a gay man, likely with a weakened sphincter from all the butt pounding, they pretended it never happened.
So I got to thinking, what if someone created a gay character who was always farting, and his coworkers always pretended not to hear or smell it. If a film/TV show tried to explicitly explain why homosexuality is unnatural/unhealthy, they would be crucified. However, if they made the point by letting the viewer laugh and make his own conclusion by witnessing one of the unfortunate physiological effects of buggery, they would get away with it.
Just an example, but I think this is how the left can be mocked and then beaten. — “Mintberry Crunch” – Taki’s Magazine (1)
David Cole, the Jewish “Holocaust Denier” (2) who remade himself into a “Hollywood conservative” has an article at Taki’s Magazine about the failure of “Hollywood’s largest, ostensibly underground cabal of conservatives: the Friends of Abe” [Lincoln, not Foxman, presumably] trying to remake Tinseltown into their conservative vision: “pro-America, pro-business, and pro-military.”
Their first attempt was the 2008 film, An American Carol. The synopsis of the film illustrates the nature of the “conservatism” the “Friends of Abe” are promoting. A Michael Moore stand-in misinterprets a JFK speech as being “anti-war,” so, in the style of “A Christmas Carol,” the Moore character is visited by three ghosts of the American past to show him the errors of his ways.
First, the ghost of General George Patton shows the liberal filmmaker an alternative America where the
War Between the States Civil War never happens, thus, slavery still exists. This echoes the standard issue conservative Republican line that “liberals are the real racists,” going so far as to suggest that being against war is pro-slavery, or at the least, sometimes war is good, at least when America (read: the Republican party) does it. After all, it was the Democrats who formed the “Solid South” and the Republican party who finally defeated the Slave Power (3).
Never mind the fact that the White South fought another hundred years to preserve racial segregation under the banner of the Democratic party, or that the Republicans only won the Southern vote when they turned to “racial dog-whistling” – a fact not only harped on by anti-Southern liberals, but also forthrightly acknowledged by legendary GOP pollster Lee Atwater. But slavery is bad, mm-kay, and liberals are the “real racists.”
Well, that’s one “conservative value” of Hollywood’s “Friends of Abe” – the destruction of the White nation of Dixie by force of industrial “total war” in the name of universal human rights and giving the vote to Negroes. Never mind Sherman burning Atlanta – the White Southerners rebuilt it. But don’t go getting any ideas – in 2015, Atlanta is all but a “no-go zone” for Whites – and for that matter, so are many other Southern cities such as Birmingham, Alabama. What great Republicans like Sherman couldn’t do, the St. Trayvons, the Gentle Giants like Michael Brown, and their patron Saint Doctor Reverend Martin Luther King Junior could.
But it’s important to keep this in context. The film was released in 2008, and the antagonist was not Bull Connor, it was a liberal Michael Moore stand-in, and the war the film is defending is not the
War Of Northern Aggression Civil War, it’s the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, the latter a war hated by most grassroots liberals and a solid faction of traditional conservatives, like Pat Buchanan, and even White Nationalists, like David Duke. While the war was promoted as a “liberation of the Iraqi people” to some degree, the main selling point was that the Iraqi regime had “Weapons of Mass Destruction” and were in cahoots with Osama Bin Laden and “Al Qaeda” and were likely involved in the September 11th, 2001 attacks on New York and Washington DC. (4)
The second ghostly visit in American Carol is that of George Washington himself, “who gives a passionate speech about God’s gift of freedom and the price many people pay for others to have it.”
It’s clearly the third ghost that lays out the agenda of the “Friends of Abe.” Country singer Trace Adkins (5) takes the Michael Moore character to a future Los Angeles, which has been (come on, who didn’t see this coming?) “completely taken over by radical Islamists. He is then taken to the ruins of his hometown in Michigan, which has been destroyed by a nuclear bomb planted by Al Qaeda.”
It is precisely this form of “conservatism” that has “Red State America” banning “sharia law” – in Oklahoma – while looking the other way as America is swamped by non-White (and non-Muslim) immigrants – both legal and illegal. It doesn’t take too long to figure out whether or not immigration restriction would get a friendly welcome by the “Friends of Abe” – unless it’s Israel restricting immigration. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that “racism,” “White Nationalism” and “ethnic homogeneity” would be rejected by the “Friends of Abe” – except in Israel. (6)
At least Cole is honest about the attitude of his fellow Jews towards their White Christian “conservative friends” and why the group never tried to make Christian films:
Another reason: “faith-based films,” a fairly dependable genre, weren’t in play for Abe consideration. There were too many atheist libertarians and secular (okay, atheist) Jews in the mix, who privately viewed their cross-wearing and churchgoing fellow Abes as irrational Neanderthals. There was a truce between the pro-religion and anti-religion Abes, but that armistice only survived because no one ever put it to the test.
In this case, the Jewish hatred of Christians may be a blessing in disguise. As Cole’s list of “faith-based films” shows us, when Hollywood makes “Christian” movies, well-intentioned or not, they wind up being perhaps even more subversive than secular films could ever be. Three on Stein’s “conservative film” list, “Facing the Giants,” “The Blind Side,” and “Fireproof” are astonishingly subversive, anti-White and even anti-marriage.
But as “Mintberry Crunch” suggests above, maybe making anti-homosexual films will strike a blow for “conservatism?” What exemplifies “Hollyweird” more than their relentless promotion of homosexuality? Fortunately, a film/TV franchise, celebrated by conservatives and Republicans and lauded as great outreach to “youth,” has already shown that “farting faggot” jokes are quite popular.
Neo-cons have always had this rather strange way of playing, er, “both sides” of the “Homo Question.” On the one hand, to appeal to their socially conservative Christian base, they make a lot of noise about opposing “the Gay Agenda.” But they just can’t help using “homophobia” as a bludgeon against the unenlightened Muslims, who, after all, only take a break from buggering boys long enough to stone them. A piece about the recent controversies in Indiana illustrates it quite well. While making a goodhearted effort to defend Christians on religious liberty grounds, they just can’t help throwing in constant asides about how the Muslims are even worse to the queers. Why a comparison between Indiana and Iraq – a foreign nation halfway around the world full of non-Europeans, non-Christians, and non-Americans – would be even slightly relevant doesn’t seem to come up.
So what would a “conservative” film franchise full of “farting faggot” jokes look like? (7)
To Be Continued
(1) I read a wide variety of websites, from right wing sites like The Occidental Observer, to left wing sites like Common Dreams, to religious sites like First Things to hard core atheist forums on reddit. I even read Counter Currents, which is pretty much a pro-gay White Nationalist site. Yet the *only* time I ever read long, detailed descriptions of gay anal sex is on “alternative right” websites by “conservative” men “complaining” about homosexuals. The obvious question is, how do these conservative men know so much about the finer details of buggery? I suppose it’s best to not ask.
(2) “That he made respected documentaries on the Holocaust added intellectual cachet and Jewish support to Stein’s cocktail of politics, irreverence and rock and roll. … His real name can be revealed for the first time publicly – a close circle of confidants only found out the truth recently – as David Cole. And under that name he was once a reviled Holocaust revisionist who questioned the existence of Nazi gas chambers.” http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/may/03/david-stein-cole-holocaust-revisionist
(3) “It is the duty of Congress to prohibit in the territories those twin relics of barbarism, polygamy and slavery.” Republican Party Platform, Philadelpha, 1856. The Democrats were hoping that the Utah War against the Mormons would ease tensions over slavery, but it wasn’t to be. As soon as the Federal government defeated the Mormons, the Yankee Republicans moved on to defeat Dixie herself. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utah_War
(4) Within hours of the September 11 attacks, [former CIA director and Jewish Institute of National Security Affairs neo-con] R. James Woolsey appeared on television suggesting Iraqi complicity. In September 2002, as Congress was deliberating authorizing President Bush to use force against Iraq, Woolsey told the Wall Street Journal that he believed that Iraq was also connected to the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building and the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R._James_Woolsey,_Jr.#Iraq
(5) “The message is of course what I love, and I do think that maybe if everybody in New York were killed it would bring the country together.”
The water supply ain’t guarded,
There’s a valve and 45th and 9th.
Through which you could easily introduce hermoragic fever toxins
Into the municipal water supply,
Through an inland pumping substation.
— Bomb New York, The Onion http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WlnSaIwfEg
(6) “‘Note to refugees from South Sudan: Israel is for the white man.’ These were the astonishing words uttered by Israel’s interior minister Eli Yishai in an interview recently in which he outlined the Israeli government’s view of African migrants: ‘Most of the people [immigrants] coming here are Muslims who think the land doesn’t belong to us, to the white man’.”
He also added in the same interview which featured in the newspaper Maariv that “The infiltrators along with the Palestinians will quickly bring us to the end of the Zionist dream.”
(7) South Park’s creators got their start making a short film, “The Spirit of Xmas” where Jesus Christ fights with Santa Claus over the true meaning of Christmas. The boys that would become the South Park characters then summon a gay figure skater to settle the dispute and decide to celebrate Hanukkah because they will get more presents. Hey, if that isn’t a “conservative” message, what is? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJbbtEOE4a4