Hunting Emma

This is an okay Afrikaans-language thriller about a schoolteacher, Emma (Leandie du Randt), whose car breaks down in South Africa’s arid Karoo region on her way to her father’s home for a holiday visit. Compounding misfortunes, Emma is witness to a drug-related execution and must flee for her life through the desert whilst pursued by a gang of criminals. Unfortunately for the bad guys – led by the icy Bosman (Neels van Jaarsveld), who comes across like a cross between Gian Maria Volonté and Bono – it turns out that the resourceful Emma was trained in military survival skills by her ex-Recce father. Will the direness of her situation be enough to goad Emma to finally dispense with her philosophy of nonviolence? Furthermore, will she ever learn to shoot straight? Finding out makes for a fun hundred minutes.

3.5 out of 5 stars. Ideological Content Analysis indicates that Hunting Emma is:

4.Family-ambivalent. Emma’s father (Tertius Meintjes) is depicted as a devoted parent whose lessons stand his daughter in good stead in the face of a challenge. Emma, however, displays a distaste for domesticity, and teaching seems to fulfill whatever impulse she has toward motherhood.

3.Class-conscious. One of the crooks is a rich, recreational criminal.

2.Feminist. “My favorite kind of kitchen work – ironing,” martial arts expert Emma declares after tediously dispatching a sexist gang member with an iron. This fight, significantly, takes place in an abandoned home.

1.Anti-white. Leave it to South Africa’s Department of Trade and Industry, the agency responsible for Black Economic Empowerment, to facilitate the production of a film in which the threat to a woman traveling alone through the “Rainbow Nation” is a pack of white rapists and drug dealers. Emma’s mocha-colored students, meanwhile, give a glimpse of the country’s non-white future.

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Rainer is the author of Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies – the DEFINITIVE Alt-Right statement on Hollywood!


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StalinYezhov Stalin – friend or foe to “the Jews”?

Sovietism and Zionism, despite undeniable intersection, were ultimately not identical or of a single purpose. At stake in Zio-Soviet relations during the 1940s was the question of whether the Israeli project was to serve the interests of Stalinism or whether Zionist Jews would subvert the Stalin regime’s authority. “The USSR had been a strong defender of the establishment of the State of Israel,” explains the controversial Stalinist historian Grover Furr. “It was the first country to recognize the newly independent state. The USSR had aided the Zionist forces fighting the British and British-led Arab Legion by permitting arms shipments through pro-Soviet Czechoslovakia.”1 Roman Brackman, author of The Secret File of Joseph Stalin: A Hidden Life, elaborates:

Stalin appointed Solomon Mikhoels chairman of the JAFC [i.e., the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee], having dropped the idea of making it an international organization. During…

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Live Thread: 2018 American Midterm Elections. Tell us who you voted for and what your excuse is.

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Parthenon The Parthenon, Athens

One can hardly open an internet browser these days without immediately being confronted with some ridiculously earnest opinion piece about the threat that Trumpism poses to American “democracy”. Some of the president’s critics disingenuously attempt to graft the prestige of antiquity onto their arguments by invoking Greek or Roman precedents. The ancient Greeks, Devin Singh informed Time’s remaining readership in 2016, would have excoriated Trump as a classical “tyrant” for his divisiveness and circumvention of political niceties1. Last week, The New York Review of Books published a yawner by Columbia University professor of literature Edward Mendelson titled “What Thucydides Knew About the US Today”, which opens with the crestfallen New Yorker recounting how he had turned to the classics for consolation in the wake of Kristallnacht 2016. One passage from the ancient Greek chronicler’s History of the Peloponnesian War Mendelson characterizes as “his account…

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“Update: Ironically, after ascending rapidly and fostering vigorous commentary over on Hackernews, this article has been “flagged” there.”

A technologist’s take on internet censorship and the resulting commentary on a high profile technology site, Hacker News, based in Silicon Valley.

What’s quite interesting in the Hacker News thread is the absolute inability for these high IQ technologists to acknowledge that the Daily Stormer is a parody.

Andrew “Weev” Aurenheimer said that when he tells a journalist he is a “neo-nazi white supremacist” he is making fun of them in the same way he was making fun of them when he claimed to be the CEO of the Gay Nigger Association of America.

Andrew Anglin has said that he doesn’t even know what a neo-nazi white supremacist is. Aurenheimer and Anglin rarely break kayfabe but have, although it doesn’t take a genius to realize they are the internet equivalent…

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Ty, in a typically harsh tirade, lays waste to the legacy of Full Moon’s “semitic smut-peddler Charles Band” but actually has some flattering things to say about the new Puppet Master reboot, which – oddly enough – just happens to have been written by the intriguing S. Craig Zahler, the auteur behind the instant genre classics Bone Tomahawk (2015) and Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017), which comprise for Ty a “highly masculine (read: unkosher) and master-morality oriented oeuvre.” Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, while not directed by Zahler, “is unequivocally the greatest, most intelligent, and idiosyncratic film in the entire series” and definitely bears the Zahler mark of distinction. “Vaguely artsy, gleefully gory and amoral, and even somewhat eccentric, the film is what you might expect from a counter-kosher nihilist that hated the Puppet Master franchise so much that he decided to completely dishonor its dubious legacy by making a malefic Mumblecore-like killer quirk piece where the very same puppets that fight Nazis in previous films became genocidal Jew-slaughtering toys of lilliputian Hitlerian terror.” Zahler, Ty contends, “seems to have mostly have transcended his Jewishness, hence why he had no qualms about casting living legend Mel Gibson in his latest feature Dragged Across Concrete (2018).” Check out the rest of Ty’s Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich review at Soiled Sinema.

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“Screw your optics, I’m going in – “– Robert Bowers, 46, a Pittsburgh resident who the FBI said was not previously known to law enforcement.

According to one Gab user, Bower’s account had one post in July, then went silent for a couple of months, then posted a number of messages in the last few weeks., which has almost always been described as “far right” because of its no-censorship policy, has now been banned from payment processors Paypal and Stripe and even lost its hosting provider.

Red Ice recently pointed out that the music video “America” by rapper “Childish Bambino” depicts mass murder, but is not age restricted, yet an “Alt Right” video which has zero violence of any kind is placed on “age restriction” due to “community guidelines.” It goes without saying that no businesses have ever suspended any relationships with Google, Facebook, or Twitter due to use…

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Winds of War 2 Robert Charles Durman Mitchum (1917-1997)

Before Thunderdome shitlord Mel Gibson became the establishment’s least favorite Hollywood A-lister for his unabashedly critical comments on Judaic influence, Thunder Road hellraiser Robert Mitchum had his own career non-fatality collision with a charge of “anti-Semitism”. The incident, ironically enough, occurred the same month as Mitchum’s appearance in the Zionist propaganda miniseries The Winds of War was broadcast, in February 1983. Revisionist researcher Charles E. Weber, writing in TheLiberty Bell, characterized the series as follows:

Winds of WarDuring 6 to 13 February an eighteen-hour television film series reputed to have cost about forty million dollars was presented on ABC television stations. Its strongly slanted message is powerfully presented. The series appears to be a very expensive effort to counter the many revisionistic voices which have been questioning the common versions of the history of the Second World War. Its objectives are the presentation of Jews…

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Rough Stuff

This enjoyable Australian outback adventure stars Gareth Rickards as Buzz, a rugged “rover” hired by a group of eco-activist weenies to get them across a difficult, mountainous terrain and to the site of a new American mining venture where they plan to film a documentary on the project’s environmental impact – and the sense of urgency to their mission gets ratcheted up a notch when Buzz realizes the group is being pursued by the relentless and enigmatic “Ranger” (Jono Cheal). The characters, though never developed too deeply, are likable enough, and the movie’s rapid pacing and wilderness setting prevent it from ever getting boring. Frizzy-haired slob Sam Glissan deserves a special mention, as well, for his supporting role as the salty and indomitable Scraps.

3.5 out of 5 stars. Ideological Content Analysis indicates that Rough Stuff is:


5. Abo-empowering. While whites are allowed to play the heroic roles, a bit of ethnomasochism does creep into the film at the end when Buzz, having discovered the site of a cache of gold, abstains from seizing the booty so as to let an elderly abo have it, the implication being that he is somehow more entitled to it for having a more organic and intimate connection to the earth. It is interesting to note, however, that Buzz nearly drives himself off of a cliff after virtue-signaling.

4. Green-ambivalent. Rough Stuff stops short of discrediting environmentalism altogether, but does suggest that those activist types drawn to such causes are frequently naïve, poorly informed, fanatical, or possessed of ulterior motives.

3. Anti-feminist. The comic supporting character Skye (Katie Garfield) represents feminists as obnoxious and unnecessarily combative. Not content to keep her viewpoints to herself, she more than once attempts to infect her more feminine comrade Tori (Hayley Sullivan) with her corrosive ideology, encouraging her to be more sexually assertive and insisting that the patriarchy has conditioned Tori to deny her true wants and needs. Skye’s militancy is revealed to be hollow, however, when – after stubbornly refusing to allow a man to carry her across a stream – she finds herself stuck and petulantly cries out for help. Her pampered stupidity, too, comes out when it suddenly dawns on her that there will be no ladies’ rooms available in the outback. Women can talk tough or even shoot guns, but ultimately require rescue.

2. Anti-corporate. The eco-activist group’s leader, Eric (Jamie Kristian), turns out to be plotting a terror attack on the mining concern – which plot in turn is revealed to be a scheme of the mining multinational to discredit conservationists. The corporation, in addition to staging a series of eco-terror false flags around the world and lobbying the Australian government for special privileges, is also skirting government regulations by initiating the exploitation of a new region before securing public permission.

1.Populist. Rough Stuff gives audiences a masculine, self-reliant, working-class hero in Buzz, and the movie evinces a healthy distrust of both left-utopian activism and nihilistic, big-business concerns. Traditional sex roles are reinforced, as is the dignity of the rustic Australian as opposed to globalizing and cosmopolitan forces.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

Rainer is the author of Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies – the DEFINITIVE Alt-Right statement on Hollywood!

Hipster Racist weighs in on the Jamal Khashoggi affair, segueing into 9/11, and tying it back into his “Zeroth Column” series …

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The World Trade Center was always known as a very, very strong building. Don’t forget that took a big bomb is the basement and the basement is the most vulnerable place because that’s your foundation, and it withstood that. … I happen to think they had not only a plane but also bombs that exploded almost simultaneously. … I think there was a plane with more than just fuel … these buildings were rock solid. — Donald Trump, September 11, 2001, WWOR/UPN 9 News

It took me about a year to start hating the 9/11 victims’ families. It took me about a year. When I see 9/11 victim families on television or whatever I’m like, oh shut up.” — Glenn Beck

I have never seen people enjoying their husbands’ death so much. — Ann Coulter

Yesterday, October 20th, 2018, Saudi Arabia admitted that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was indeed killed inside…

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