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Elysium is an Anti-White Open Borders Propaganda Farce

August 20, 2013 in Commentary

Elysium: Deport This FilmSometimes you just want to be able to sit down and watch a movie; I didn’t think that was so much to ask.

The hints and whiffs of social justice and anti-white themes were in the trailer for Elysium when I watched them in theaters, but I always try not to jump to conclusions. Without a doubt, our media is organized to systematically shame whites, break down ethnic and cultural ties between different classes, and promote an agenda so far Left that it would have made Marx blush, but I try not to see anti-Tradition behind every corner. If I go down the rabbit hole of looking for symbolism in every horror or sci-fi film then I would lose it. So headed into Elysium I told myself that I would just try to enjoy the movie for the science fiction and explosions, nothing more . . . I couldn’t do it.

I tried, I swear, but Elysium was almost as blatant as a Soviet era propaganda film, . . . perhaps an understatement. Within this film, however, are surprising nuggets of truth and a look at our race and culture’s future if we don’t win.

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Review of Pacific Rim

July 12, 2013 in Commentary

Pacific RimPacific Rim came out today and is being heralded as one of the biggest and most entertaining films of the summer. Although I do love thought-provoking documentaries, deep dramatic films, historical pieces, and all other types of high-brow cinematic experiences, sometimes you just want to see giant robots punching big city-destroying monsters in the face. On the simplest level, Pacific Rim gives you everything that was advertised and more. The destruction of cities is epic, the battles between the heroic Jaeger teams and the ferocious alien Kaiju monsters are stunning, and the set pieces seem very realistic. Director Guillermo del Toro may be a Leftist, but he knows how to put heart and depth into a film about giant robots punching monsters.

Pacific Rim opens with our protagonist discussing the beginning of the Kaiju war. Kaijus are named after the giant monsters from Japanese myth. In this film, however, they are shockingly real. Out of the deepest depths of the Pacific Ocean, giant monsters began emerging. These creatures attacked major cities around the globe and killed millions of people. Due to the terrifying size of these creatures, conventional weapons were basically useless against them. As the world looked for answers, it created the Jaeger program. Giant robots as large as a skyscraper were constructed around the world in order to battle the Kaiju. Controlled by two pilots who were neurally linked to one another, the Jaegers began to turn the tide in favor of humanity, but this victory was short lived.

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