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A3P Oregon Protests “Django Unchained” On Christmas

A3P Oregon | Many people talk about “media bias” or the “filth” produced by Hollywood. These same people aslo notice the destructive influence that popular movies and television are having on our society. Most folks, however, do not understand the extent of this influence or the fact that it is only part of a concerted effort to disparage our people and to destroy the ability for us to think politically on our own behalf.

In the wrong hands, movies and television make especially good mediums for culture destruction. Globalists have sought to control every outlet associated with these media, their intent being to acquire weapons that enable them to ridicule those who would try to halt their agenda.

Our people are especially targeted because we represent an obstacle to the fulfillment of globalist goals. Individual races and nations governing themselves represent a hurdle to those interested in controlling the world, especially its money supply. Whether under the banner of communism or “free-trade,” imperialist globalists have always sought to undermine self-determination. While they still invade countries at an alarming rate, these same enemies of free peoples now deploy grand psychological operations to strip nations of their ability to govern themselves.

Free America Rally activists are fed up with the disparagement of European American people. We’ve had it with scoundrels and opportunists who abuse our history and culture. Our country is not a toy to be played with or a milk cow to be sucked dry. This is our home. We are Americans. We will never lose sight of that.

Perhaps the most glaring recent example of blatant anti-white propaganda produced by a major Hollywood studio is the newly released movie, Django Unchained, directed by Quentin Tarantino and featuring Jamie Fox. The movie is about a black slave who goes on a murderous rampage in an attempt to find his wife who had been taken from him by white slave-traders. The tone of the movie is overtly anti-white, even aggressive against whites.

Boycott Django:UnchainedTarantino has a history of producing anti-white films, most notably the reconquista-themed Machete, released in 2010, a movie glorifying the murder of whites by illegal aliens. In both Django and Machete, negative stereotypes of whites are pushed to their fullest, whites being portrayed as greedy and hateful villains who by their evil justify the bloody vengeance taken by those they have “oppressed.” In the trailer to Django, the lead character, when asked to join in a bounty-hunt, proclaims: “Kill white folks and get paid for it, what’s not to like?” The role played by Fox must have come quite natural to him. Opening for Saturday Night Live a few weeks before the release of Django Unchained, Fox stated: “I kill all the white people in the movie, how great is that?”

The recent movies produced by Tarantino are only the most blatant expressions of an anti-white theme that permeates much of our establishment. At best, white history and culture are portrayed by popular media, and even by our educational and political establishment, as the product and inheritance of a generic humanity or, as is usually the case, our heritage, like in Django, is made out to be something shameful. We are made to be the bad guys of our own history.

This constant demonization of our past has real world consequences. Racial identity plays an enormous role in the way individuals and societies view themselves. Just as children connect themselves with the behaviors and attitudes of their parents, whole societies shape themselves based on their view of the accomplishments of previous generations.

If a nation is made to feel ashamed of itself, this will be reflected in its society, as has become apparent in America today. When children are constantly berated and made to feel wrong at every turn, they tend to act or lash out, to care less about traditional roles and modes of conduct. The same thing happens to entire nations. What good are traditional values if they are based on a traditionally flawed people? What good is love of kin and country, of each other, if America and what it means to truly be American is based on nothing but oppression, guilt, and theft?

Tarantino’s movies are not “art projects” or Indy films. These are major productions, produced and supported by some of Hollywood’s leading companies. Machete was financed by Fox 20th Century Films, a division of NewCorp, and Django: Unchained is the product of a partnership between the Weinstein Company and Columbia Pictures, owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, all major players in America’s entertainment industry.

The message is clear: it is not okay to identify yourself as a white person. The anti-white nature of this message is equally clear when we consider that other races are specifically encouraged to identify along racial lines, with whole television channels and sections of major news outlets (think www.latino.msn.com) devoted to promoting their respective cultural and ethnic self interests.

Free America Rally activists are fed up with the disparagement of European American people. We’ve had it with scoundrels and opportunists who abuse our history and culture. Our country is not a toy to be played with or a milk cow to be sucked dry. This is our home. We are Americans. We will never lose sight of that.

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The American Third Position Party (A3P)



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  1. Joseph says:

    I've seen people laughing at this boycott, accusing us of being "too sensititve" about it. I would say this article missed two key points- one, that Machete and Django aren't just anti-white identity, but pro-hispanic and pro-black. The other, that moreso than just boycotting this film or encouraging others to, is to generally boycott Hollywood filth altogether and promote alternative, higher-minded media. The best of luck to Merlin Miller and Americana films.

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