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Ask The Dust (2006 USA)

1939. John Fante writes “Ask the Dust” about a young man embarking on a literary career. Years later a young Robert Towne voraciously devours Fante’s novels, most of which attempt to paint a portrait of early 20th century Los Angeles. Decades pass. Towne embarks on his own literary career. He scores big with his script for Roman Polanski’s “Chinatown”, a LA noir influenced and flavoured by Fante. Towne and Fante personally meet in the 1970s. Fante dies in 1983. Two decades later Towne adapts “Ask the Dust” for the screen… [Read more…]

Rotten Fruit (When Liberals Go Bad)

I don’t have time to write a review at the moment and I’ve decided to post some non-musical videos that give you an un-PC viewpoint. So what about a trawl through You Tube? Oh, look – I’ve found one of the best ranters out there. Stand up comedian-turned-political analyst, Pat Condell. Don’t hold back Pat, tell us what you really think of all these cowardly cucks. At the very end of this clip he’s actually come up with a fantastic new catchphrase. It can replace the Marxist “Happy Holidays” or whatever the PC crowd say. This one’s a much better one: Peace and Happy Racism. I think I’ll utter it in prayer the next time I light some herbal candles. Pat’s facial skin could do with a makeover before he fronts for the camera though. OK that’s a minor quibble. I’m not mocking the messenger as I happen to agree with him.

Into The Cannibal’s Pot (Ilana Mercer)

If you are a typical brainwashed liberal don’t read this. Because your CNN/Hollywood/To Kill A Mockingbird/Kumbaya view of the world will be shaken and severely stirred. This book reveals what happens when an advanced nation built by European people, upon Christian principles, is deceived by the Cultural Marxist dream of racial egalitarianism. And in the name of “justice” and “liberty” surrenders political power to an African majority that has never shown the capacity to create or sustain a free, just, and civilized society. [Read more…]

Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes (1972 USA)

conquest2No, this is not an Isis recruitment video although it looks like one with the brightly coloured boiler suits on display. In 1961, writer Rod Sterling was asked “what he’d most like to write about next?” He responded: “I’d like to do a definitive study of segregation, from the Negro’s point of view.” Several years later Sterling would write the screenplay for “Planet of the Apes”, soon turned into a 1968 groundbreaking movie. A “what if the shoe were on the other foot?” parable, the film finds a chauvinistic American astronaut stranded on a planet ruled by apes. Here he’s forced to experience racial discrimination of a type once reserved for blacks. [Read more…]

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