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Buy My Book, You Bigots!

Most of my life has frankly been pretty tawdry and stupid, with few accomplishments I can claim for myself; but if I die tonight – culturally enriched in some dark alley by a vibrant Wakandan aerospace engineer or Freddied by one of Obama’s inspirational DREAM warriors – I can go to my ghetto grave with the consolation that my tenure here on earth has not been totally squandered. Today is in a way the climax of my existence – at least so far – as I can finally and proudly announce the publication of my long-in-the-works blockbuster book Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies!

Five years in the making, this book is the definitive Alt-Right statement on Hollywood, covering every topic from the glorification of war and the lionization of magic blacks to deep state plots and degenerate sexual practices in America’s movie capital. From Soylent Green to Swordfish, from Heathers to Hellraiser: Bloodline, this work contains my most radical, never-before-published reinterpretations of cinema both low and highbrow, familiar and obscure. The book also constitutes a provocative contribution to the field of 9/11 studies, and should be regarded as mandatory reading for every conspiracy buff. Here’s a glimpse of what you get:

front cover

Here’s the front cover …

Contents

and here’s the table of contents.

Think of Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck as Rainer’s Culture of Critique. The book is huge – and by “huge” I mean phone-book-sized! – and comprises a treasure trove of forbidden information. In short, this is the writing that will make or break my reputation as an intellectual of the Alt-Right. My advice to those who think they may want to own a copy of this is to buy it now, before they intervene and take it out of circulation – and spread the word to your comrades, of course! $36.50, I realize, is not an inexpensive book, but this is the lowest price I am allowed to charge by Lulu for bookstore-quality printing – it is actually cheaper in terms of cents-per-page than most white nationalist books – and I hereby promise no reader will feel that his time or money has been misspent. If for no other reason, brothers, read it FOR THE LULZ.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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Author, Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies

112 comments on “Buy My Book, You Bigots!

  1. icareviews
    March 1, 2018

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. bob saffron
    March 2, 2018

    I’m on the phone to Mythbusters already to get a rating.

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  3. bob saffron
    March 2, 2018

    Looks like a good 16 ounces of racism.

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  4. smartwhiteguy
    March 2, 2018

    Can’t wait to see it!
    Be sure and keep posting any youtube videos or podcasts on your blog that you appear on promoting this erudite tome!

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  5. NoddingHead
    March 3, 2018

    Lulu link says “temporarily down for maintenance”.

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    • bob saffron
      March 3, 2018

      Core meltdown! Ideological scrub-a-dub-dub.

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      • icareviews
        March 3, 2018

        Never saw Silkwood. The only Meryl Streep movie that I can think of at the moment that I discuss in Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck is the 1978 Holocaust miniseries.

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      • bob saffron
        March 3, 2018

        What? It’s impossible you never saw Sophie’s Choice! Brace yourself for the money shot:

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      • icareviews
        March 3, 2018

        Yeah, I remember borrowing that on VHS a long time ago. Not too fresh in my memory, though. I couldn’t even work up the enthusiasm to watch Schindler’s List again while working on the book. Worst chick flick I forced myself to sit through in the process of writing the book might have been the anti-man classic The Accused, with its ahead-of-its-time cry of “Muh rape culture!”

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      • bob saffron
        March 3, 2018

        Her kooky accents were OK if we mercifully avert our attention from Bridges of Madison County and, ahem, A Cry in the Dark. Others are less indulgent.

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    • icareviews
      March 3, 2018

      It’s back up.

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  6. BMan
    March 3, 2018

    I’m beginning a new workout regimen and just *purchased your book for doing bicep curls. I trust the 10# weight estimate is fairly accurate?

    (I’m a weakling)

    *Actually, I am buying this to read and support you, my friend. I wish I had the gumption and ability to do something like this. I can’t wait to get it. I just wish I could get you to autograph it

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    • icareviews
      March 3, 2018

      I think it’s more like 4 pounds. It really is a huge book, though, and I’m not exaggerating when I compare it to a phone book.

      There’s probably some material in the book you won’t like – my mostly anti-marijuana attitude, for instance – but I approach it this way mainly because I think marijuana was promoted as part of the counterculture not for its health benefits, but as part of a package that helped to foster the generation gap and to undermine effective anti-war activism. I do acknowledge one positive aspect of legalization in the book, however.

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      • BMan
        March 3, 2018

        4#?
        I said I was weak, but not THAT weak.

        I agree about how cannabis was first propagandized towards the world. However, after all these years of study, I know what a miracle medicine it is and that its illegality is mostly a protection of the medical establishment (and way to fund policing/the police state).

        I do not mean this in any snide way. I mean it with all my heart.

        Had this been presented as medicine (as it was before the ban), we would not need near the “medical” intervention we now need and there would be fewer “pot heads”.

        And I have nothing against pot heads.

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      • icareviews
        March 4, 2018

        Here’s the little book trailer I made this afternoon:

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      • bob saffron
        March 4, 2018

        Old but not stale.

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  7. Congrats on completing your book! Quite an accomplishment!

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  8. Reblogged this on Aryan Street and commented:

    Check out Rainer Chlodwig von K.’s book.

    “Five years in the making, this book is the definitive Alt-Right statement on Hollywood, covering every topic from the glorification of war and the lionization of magic blacks to deep state plots and degenerate sexual practices in America’s movie capital. From Soylent Green to Swordfish, from Heathers to Hellraiser: Bloodline, this work contains my most radical, never-before-published reinterpretations of cinema both low and highbrow, familiar and obscure.”

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  9. NoddingHead
    March 5, 2018

    “We were unable to process your payment due to an error with your billing information.”

    Weird.

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  10. NoddingHead
    March 5, 2018

    Would really like to buy and read the book but scared off now by that message. I went through all the hoops and filled out the form, including correct credit card info and correct address and even telephone num2brr etc. Then, DENIED!

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    • icareviews
      March 5, 2018

      ZOG was like, no, Lulu, don’t let NoddingHead buy this book. The information it contains would in his hands become too great a threat to our continued oppression of the hated goyim.

      Someone else said something similar about it not accepting his order at first, but he was able to get it to work on the second try. It may be a matter of making the shipping and billing addresses exactly identical. I’ve had orders snagged on other sites if, for instance, I put “Apt.” instead of “#” in the address field.

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  11. NoddingHead
    March 5, 2018

    Any chance at all you can get the book on Amazon?

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    • icareviews
      March 5, 2018

      It will just be on Lulu for now. I would get a smaller cut of each sale on Amazon, for one thing.

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  12. Hazelshade
    March 6, 2018

    Order has shipped

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  13. Hipster Racist
    March 6, 2018

    You should make a main page on the site, that shows up in the main menu, for the book. That way it will always be on the front page, next to the “About” link.

    I’m looking forward to the review of “Heathers.” When I was like 13, I loved that movie (mostly for Winona Ryder) but now, looking back, I realize it was in the mold of the “blonde Aryan athletes are bad, brun crypto-Jewish rebels are cool” film.

    But instead of promoting the crypto-Jew-as-cool-outsider, it sort of transplanted “outsider Jew” as “outsider crypto-homosexual.” The 90s was full of what they now call “homophobia” but at the time was cutting-edge gay rights activism. That movie introduced the concept of “we have to affirm gay teens or they will commit suicide” trope.

    Still it was a pretty funny movie and had some hilarious gags. Like the novel Clockwork Orange, in order to keep it from becoming dated, they invented their own “teen slang.”

    “Heather, that’s so very.”

    Winona Ryder was huge back in those days, she was the “quirky” girl, sort of “TV ugly” – as in take a really hot girl, put glasses on her, therefore she’s now ugly. I guess it was Edward Scissorhands that finally made her a leading lady but I think her career tanked after that. Didn’t she get arrested in Texas for shoplifting or something?

    Christian Slater went on to make another movie about being a high school pirate radio DJ that was also sort of “jocks are bad, nerds are cool” – it even skewered some liberal “education” tropes but of course the hero in that film was a cyrto-Jewish teacher, of course. Hollywood is nothing but predictable.

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    • icareviews
      March 6, 2018

      I think you might be a little rusty on the plot of Heathers. Nobody in the movie is actually gay as far as I know, but Slater and Ryder off the jocks and frame it as a gay suicide pact. Chad masculinity gets deconstructed either way. You’re right, though, the movie is all about outsider/crypto-Jew resentment. I only devote a couple of paragraphs to Heathers in the book, but I could write a whole essay about it and was thinking about doing that, actually. I just tend to have more ideas for things to write than time to do the actual writing.

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  15. NoddingHead
    March 6, 2018

    “..no, Lulu, don’t let NoddingHead buy this book. The information it contains would in his hands become too great a threat to our continued oppression of the hated goyim.”

    Ha ha. I admit I very likely made a typo on the form. I was drinking again, yep.

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  16. NoddingHead
    March 6, 2018

    “…it was in the mold of the “blonde Aryan athletes are bad, brun crypto-Jewish rebels are cool” film.”

    I can hardly watch any TV or movies for long anymore before I notice that mold. I like the original Hawaii Five-O series, but even in that the blond white guy is almost always the worst villain. When ywo white guys are villains, the blonde one is presented as the most vile, almost evrry time. Wo Fat and some other wicked east Asians were presented pretty often though as evil. Of course, not all blonde Aryan villains are athletes.

    I liked Wynona Rider a lot back then also. She did seem to fade too fast. But I REALLY REALLY liked Helena Bonham Carter. Quirky, intelligent, strong, sexy brun.

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    • icareviews
      March 6, 2018

      Fun fact about Jack Lord, who starred as McGarrett on Hawaii Five-O: he was reputedly a horrible RACIST and when the cast and crew would have lunch he wanted the races segregated, with all of the whites in one area and the Asians and Polynesians in another.

      Ryder and Bonham Carter were both babe-a-licious in their day. Ryder is Jewish, but whatever. I’d be willing to grant her honorary Aryan status in the ethnostate if she wanted to be in Hipster Racist’s harem.

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      • Hipster Racist
        March 7, 2018

        @icareviews

        Well, damn, too bad about Ryder. I didn’t know that, but thanks for your generosity letting me have her in my harem anyway. I know that no one in Heather was technically gay, but the whole “deconstructing chad masculinity” as “homophobic” is part of that trope. The jocks go after the new boy Slater as a “faggot” and in the end the popular kids learn to accept the fat losers and wimps and be “nice” to everybody. I’ve actually read the film described as a “gay rights” film because of that, although these days I’m sure the SJWs would call it “homophobic” and probably “racist anti-seeeemite misogynist” as well. There’s no pleasing some people.

        The whole trope with Slater hating his Evil WASP Rich Businessman CEO father with no compassion was stereotypical, but because they played everything tongue-in-cheek, “hey we’re mocking the tropes,” they got away with it.

        Christian Slater’s character in Heathers all but originated the “Trench Coat Mafia School Shooter” trope as well.

        Anyway I always thought that was a hilarious movie. It was actually made in 1988 but they played in on cable a lot in the 90s, maybe the last 80s movie, or the first 90s movie, considering Winona Ryder, the “Gen X Princess” in what I think was her first major role.

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      • icareviews
        March 7, 2018

        The relationship between Slater and his dad is a strange one, and that’s actually something I’ll explore if I ever write an in-depth analysis of Heathers.

        “Christian Slater’s character in Heathers all but originated the ‘Trench Coat Mafia School Shooter’ trope as well.”

        I go into this in the book, although I’ve heard some people say that Heathers is something of a ripoff of a 1976 movie called Massacre at Central High. I’ve never seen that one, though, so I don’t know how much it borrows.

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  17. NoddingHead
    March 6, 2018

    Helena Bonham Carter is also largely Jewish. And another iconic, babe-a-licious Jew from the 90s is that Julia Louise-Dreyfus, who Bob posted above in a YouTube.

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 7, 2018

      @NoddingHead

      Julia Louise-Dreyfus is technically good-looking, but her obnoxious personality and annoying Jewess voice makes her utterly un-bonable.

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      • BMan
        March 7, 2018

        I might call her cute, but disgusting.

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  18. NoddingHead
    March 7, 2018

    That is really interesting about Jack Lord. He also had a reputation as a perfectionist. The other actors found his perfectionism difficult, of course, but most later agreed that without it, the show would not have been nearly as good. He brought out the best in people. And he had to work with a lot of not-so-professional acting talent. Kam Fong (Chin Ho) was a real Honolulu police officer for many years. I think it was one of the best TV series ever made. Almost all filming was on location and the scenery was gorgeous. Gorgeous women in every single episode.

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 7, 2018

      The only thing I remember about Hawaii Five-0 was the cool tidal wave and all the women in bikinis and especially one Hawaiian/Asian chick they showed in the opening credits. Even back then Hollywood was trying to turn 7 year old Hipster into some sort of yellow fever fetishist.

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  19. BMan
    March 7, 2018

    My copy shipped yesterday.

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  20. james
    March 7, 2018

    Congrats.

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  21. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    “…the cool tidal wave and all the women in bikinis and especially one Hawaiian/Asian chick they showed in the opening credits.”

    The opening credits with the large Bonzai Pipe wave and that hot chick were awesome. The music was important too, maybe the most important. That woman was/is substantually white. Not just Polynesian + Asian. She ended up being a teacher of some kind in Hawaii.

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  22. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    Watch “Hawaii Five O, original intro and outro.” on YouTube

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  23. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    “…yellow fever fetishist.”

    No denying that that chick was extraordinarily hot. Nothing wrong with thinking that. We are wired to spread our genes far and wide! The far worse damage is done when non-white untermen are promoted non-stop to white women as something noble to mix their genes with. And they are so credulous and fashion conscious!

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  24. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    It has been less than 100 years that women have had the right to vote in most Western nations including the U.S.

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  25. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    What did our great-grandfathers know that we have apparently lost sight of?

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    • icareviews
      March 8, 2018

      It’s more a matter of what they had but didn’t know – conversely, what we know but don’t have.

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  26. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    Interesting that the women-voting thing happened only after the Income Tax and Federal Reserve stuff was forced upon us undemocratically.

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  28. How can I get this book without revealing my identity?

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  29. NoddingHead
    March 13, 2018

    Damn. We should have kept being a republic instead of becoming a “democracy”. Now it is a full-on “mobocracy”.

    Limiting the right to vote to only men who could pass a very strict literacy test would have worked, maybe.

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  30. NoddingHead
    March 17, 2018

    I know, anyone who asserts that maybe we fucked up big time to give women and other non-white-males who were previously not citizens is a terrible bigot and not modern. Just know that all of that crap has only happened in less than 100 years. It all happened about the same time as the Federal Reserve and the income tax.

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  31. NoddingHead
    March 22, 2018

    The book arrived via FedEx and no bomb exploded when I opened it ala the Austin psyop. It is almost like a phone book in heft and floppy soft-cover.

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  32. NoddingHead
    March 23, 2018

    I have enjoyed it so far, up to pg 165. Amazing amount of well-footnoted quotes. I notice you quote Dave McGowan and “Wagging the Moondoggie”. I have read that in its entirety. I think he makes a very good case about that, that neither we (nor anyone else) has ever landed on the moon, and he does it with great humor. That particular “conspiracy theory” is a tough one. Maybe more emotion to overcone than 9/11. Anyway, impressed you quoted some of it.

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    • icareviews
      March 23, 2018

      I’d say I’m agnostic on the 1969 moon landing. I’m the first to confess my limitations where science is concerned, but like you say, McGowan’s argument is both entertaining and has a certain political logic to it. I’m a fan of that essay and felt compelled to include it, especially since it references the movie business’s role in shaping public understandings of history.

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      • Hipster Racist
        March 24, 2018

        @icareviews

        I like to say that of course I believe in the Moon Landings, although former President Bill Clinton apparently does not. On the other hand, I don’t expect to see any people tooling around on the surface of the Moon in Moon Buggies in my lifetime. Or the lifetime of my children. Or the lifetime of my grandchildren. So I put it in the category of religion, like the Resurrection of Christ. It’s more of a faith thing, and “faith” really means loyalty.

        At least we beat the Godless Commies to the Moon and got them back for killing JFK!

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      • icareviews
        March 24, 2018

        It occurs to me that if – IF – the 1969 mission was faked for flawless broadcast on television – and I would concede that this is a big if – then what about Yuri Gagarin’s feat of becoming the first man into space? Have you ever heard anybody suggest there was something fishy about a Second World economy somehow jumping from backward, quasi-Europeanness into the Space Age in a matter of years and beating the premier scientific and economic power into orbit? The Russian successes resulted in huge amounts of American taxpayer money pouring into government programs for STEM education and research.

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  33. NoddingHead
    March 23, 2018

    When I first started reading the book, I felt there was far too much use of quotes from other writers, often running for more than a page, and not enough new analysis to accompany the quotes. However, now I see the great value of doing that. There are so many good and great quotes from others on thos book that can be followed up using the footnotes which include active web links.

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    • icareviews
      March 23, 2018

      Sadly, I can’t promise that all of the links are still active. I started writing the book so long ago that some of the blogs I quote no longer exist. I know of at least one YouTube video I quote that’s no longer up, as well.

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  34. NoddingHead
    March 23, 2018

    That is to be expected. I hope there is an army of WN saving and printing all of the good stuff for posterity. I am not doing it.

    One question about the cover: who is that brunette in the upper left of the front cover and also the upper right on the back cover? The one in the black teddy looking dowb at her own nether regions….i vaguely remember the image but can’t name her or the movie.

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    • icareviews
      March 23, 2018

      That’s Marlene Willoughby, a prominent performer from the “Golden Age of Porn”. She had a comedic talent and a knack for accents and was one of my favorite actresses back when I used to watch that stuff. The blonde is Nina Hartley, whom you may remember as William H. Macy’s slutty wife in Boogie Nights.

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  35. NoddingHead
    March 23, 2018

    Thanks. Now, who is that other brunette getting French-kissed by a German Shepard?

    I haven’t ever watched Boogie Nights but I will now.

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  36. NoddingHead
    March 24, 2018

    I thought I recognized that woman. What movie?

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    • icareviews
      March 24, 2018

      It’s not a movie scene. It’s just a photo shoot she did in the early 80s.

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  37. NoddingHead
    March 24, 2018

    That’s even more disgusting. Anyway, compliments on the interesting book cover.

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  38. NoddingHead
    March 24, 2018

    Totally OT. Big media where I live seems a bit desperate to promote the NBA, but it is clear to most people (white people) that the NBA is not at all interesting anymore.

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  39. NoddingHead
    March 25, 2018

    I like that you put a good James Howard Kunstler quote in the book. I know, he is a Jew, but I like his web site “Clusterfuck Nation”. He is smart in allowing at least a couple of regular posters to express some counter-semitic comments.

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  40. NoddingHead
    March 26, 2018

    In the book, you more-or-less consistently use people’s birth names and put their fake names (screen names) in parentheses. This serves a purpose in outting Jews who change their names to deceive the public to make it look like non-Jews are part of the Hollywood scheme. When you do this repeatedly to non-Jews like James Bumgarner (Garner), is it just to be consistent?

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    • icareviews
      March 26, 2018

      Some of the real names are just funny, and Bumgarner is a case of that. I see what I think is the implicit point of your question, but my intention isn’t to suggest that James Garner is Jewish. I wanted to throw his real name in there because 1. it has “bum” in it and is therefore funny and 2. just because pointing out that so many of these performers use false names reinforces the overall theme of Hollywood duplicity. Everything about it is fake and misleading, right down to the participants’ names.

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  41. NoddingHead
    March 26, 2018

    “…. the overall theme of Hollywood duplicity. Everything about it is fake and misleading, right down to the participants’ names.”

    Got it. My family, even when I was a little kid, made it clear to me that many actors and actresses used “screen names” (long tradition of that). Your book makes it clear that at least as many producers and directors relied on fake names.

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  42. NoddingHead
    March 26, 2018

    Looking forward to Chapter 22.
    “Hollywood as Government, Government as Hollywood, and Keeping a Nation of Sheep Entertained: Cinema and Conspiracy”

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    • icareviews
      March 26, 2018

      That’s the chapter of which I’m proudest. Originally, I thought I might devote roughly equal space to all of the different subjects I discuss; but I became much more engrossed in some aspects of the book than others, and “Hollywood as Government …” ended up becoming the longest and most involved chapter by far.

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  43. NoddingHead
    March 28, 2018

    I didn’t finish but I got well into Ch 22 yesterday. For me, it has been the big “payoff” chapter. So much about 9/11. More analysis in your own words, less reliance on quotes. One thing I don’t really like much is what seems like too many quotes from Michael Hoffman. But I also read the info about him in the annotated bibliography. I like how you present it and it certainly does inspire self-scrutiny.

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    • icareviews
      March 29, 2018

      I disagree with Hoffman on many points, and I can understand how most people will be put off my his work, but I wanted to acknowledge his influence where it’s been crucial in my readings.

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  44. NoddingHead
    March 28, 2018

    I would like to know what you think about Greg Johnson’s stance at Counter-Currents about 9/11. Why would someone so otherwise brilliant be so antagonistic against questioning the official story? It doesn’t make sense to me. At some point I will have to consider him to be controlled opposition if he continues to be antagonistic toward people who recognize 9/11 for the false flag that it was.

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    • icareviews
      March 29, 2018

      As much as I would like 9/11 to be a central political issue, it’s just a political non-starter. Johnson’s aim is to make white nationalism into something that’s culturally and intellectually respectable, and questioning of the official 9/11 story has been so effectively mocked and marginalized that Johnson doesn’t want any of its stench to rub off on him or his project. I take a different approach, but I understand the reluctance of others to delve into it. In their defense, most people’s exposure to 9/11 conspirology is just crap like Alex Jones, so if they never bother to dig deeper than watching a few minutes of nonsense it’s understandable.

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  45. NoddingHead
    March 28, 2018

    I know you disclaim any scientific expertise, but the mode of collapse of WTC Building 7, with freefall and symmetry as you state in your book, is literally, physically impossible without scientifically planned controlled demolition. The engineered planting of the demolition charges inside the building to create that perfectly symmetrical freefall would have taken weeks. The planning of that would have taken months if it was an openly acknowledged demolition, but years to plan it as a cryptic false-flag. I like how your book shows that quite a few Hollywood bigwigs (all Zionist Jews) had knowledge of the plan many years in advance and even made movies about it. Shocking how far in advance. Key phrase I learned is “Revelation of Method”.

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    • icareviews
      March 29, 2018

      For the record, I don’t accuse anyone of any crime in connection with 9/11. I refer to the filmmakers in question as possible persons of interest – that’s all. Investigating, trying, and convicting the people who carried out these attacks is somebody else’s job. I really would like someone to explain away all of these wild coincidences, though.

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  46. NoddingHead
    March 29, 2018

    The only excuses I can think of for Greg Johnson not even considering 9/11 realism, that doesn’t involve him being controlled opposition, is that he really hates Arabs and Muslims. And maybe the fact that Jewish imperialism in the eastern Mediterranean isn’t really all that much different than what we Americans did in North America with respect to the indigenous people on this continent. But that does not excuse ignoring 9/11 facts, or ridiculing the many people who recognise those facts.

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  47. NoddingHead
    March 30, 2018

    “I really would like someone to explain away all of these wild coincidences, though.”

    Yeah, me too. Not gonna happen. Anyone who notices patterns is just a “conspiracy theorist”. The biggest shut-up epithet we have to deal with. Imo, the shut-up nature of that manufactured epithet is as effective as “anti-semite”. Maybe more so. Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh may have been anti-semites, but certainly never so low as a Conspiracy Theorist.

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  48. NoddingHead
    March 30, 2018

    “As much as I would like 9/11 to be a central political issue, it’s just a political non-starter.”

    Hmm. That is a really huge problem. Avoiding the reality of 9/11 because the elite have succeeded in making all of us who know that the official story is false look like kooks in the eyes of the normies does not seen like a long-term winning strategy. I fall back on this always because WTC 7 could not possibly have fallen like it did without engineered controlled demolition. No amount of political strategizing will ever change that fact, at least to me. Obviously not just WTC 7 but also the “Twin Towers”. You and Hipster really know all this I think.

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  49. NoddingHead
    March 31, 2018

    Avoiding 9/11 truth because of political expediency just seems so lame, so sell-out to me. I think 9/11 is the biggest potential red-piller of them all. Just because of the scientific facts. I know I am naive.

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    • icareviews
      March 31, 2018

      Look, I’m with you on this. I’m just saying, as far as Joe and Suzy Normie out there are concerned, we’re complete idiots. That’s all. And if they even suspect that something is wrong with the story they swallowed, they don’t want to know. The official narrative has entered the realm of civic myth and nobody likes to be told that their religion is a bunch of bullshit. If 9/11 was going to be the thing that “woke up the goyim”, it would have happened by now. The excesses of Antifa and SJWism are much greater recruiting tools. At any rate, Aryan Skynet is a metapolitical site for the initiated rather than one directed at normies, so we’re open to talking about 9/11 here.

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  50. Bill
    March 31, 2018

    Got the book a couple weeks ago, halfway through now. It reminds me of Joe Carducci’s Rock and the Pop Narcotic. I just came across your paragraph on Charlotte Rampling, couldn’t agree more. I doubt this comment will come through, because my phone has seemingly been self-censoring the few comments I’ve tried to make on other sites the last three days.

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    • icareviews
      March 31, 2018

      Comment received, and thanks. Never heard of Joe Carducci.

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      • Bill
        March 31, 2018

        Glad to see my comment went through. I meant the comparison to Carducci as high praise. You and Carducci, as culture critics, are “brothers from different mothers,” or however that (black?) saying goes.

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      • icareviews
        March 31, 2018

        Thanks. I’ll check him out.

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