Sunday, December 15, 2013

Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" Teaser Trailer: It will only speak to White People about what we lost and we must regain

Christopher Nolan might have done it.

On the day China landed a moon rover on the moon, signaling the dawn of the Chinese Century, a teaser trailer for Nolan's new movie, Interstellar, was released. 
An image from the teaser trailer for Interstellar...

We already know America gave up on space travel/exploration, and instead decided to challenge nature herself by making the black man live up to the white man's standards: the war on poverty was, in itself, a war on the civilization white people had established, bled and fought for in America. 

In the process, our cities reverted to the standards set by the black man.

Well, here's what Disingenuous White Liberals (DWL) believe Interstellar is about. [Watch: First Trailer For Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' Starring Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain & Many More, Indiewire, 12-14-13]:
So, is Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" gearing up to be the biggest blockbuster about agriculture ever? That's certainly the last word on it, as the always-secrecy-prone filmmaker hasn't let any details slip out about his new movie. Reports during the summer claimed that the future-set story "details the toll climate change has taken on agriculture, with corn the last crop to be cultivated. The scientists embark on a journey through a worm hole into other dimensions in search of somewhere other crops can be grown." This first trailer for the film certainly goes to the farm.
As per usual with Nolan, there's not much in the way of major reveals in this teaser (a good chunk of which is stock footage), but the shots of corn and farmland through history certainly suggest those early plot details aren't far off. Instead, the focus here is on the words delivered by Matthew McConaughey, which are as follows:
We've always defined ourselves by the ability to overcome the impossible. And we count these moments, these moments when we dared to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known. We count these moments as our proudest achievements. But we lost all that. And perhaps we've just forgotten that we are still pioneers and we've barely begun. And that are greatest accomplishments cannot be behind us, as our destiny lies above us.
Read that voice-over material again:
 We've always defined ourselves by the ability to overcome the impossible. And we count these moments, these moments when we dared to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known. We count these moments as our proudest achievements. But we lost all that. And perhaps we've just forgotten that we are still pioneers and we've barely begun. And that are greatest accomplishments cannot be behind us, as our destiny lies above us.
 Every image that accompanies this trailer is of white people: struggling to survive, to live; fighting to grow and sustain for the next generation; understanding the limitations of the imagination is a recipe for destitution and failure.

It looks like a trailer directly from the studios of the Third Reich, propaganda for a people resolute in their greatness and resolved to move forward.

Simply put, it's a glorification of white people.

Juxtaposed that with these words from Narratives and Spaces: Technology and the Construction of American Culture, Dave Nye's book. He describes black attitudes to the white man's lunar (loony?) mission:

The Apollo Program was most appreciated by those who were young, affluent, well-educated, Caucasian, and male.

The space program seemed justified by the knowledge gained and by the improve commodities “spun-off” as byproducts, such as food concentrates, Teflon, and computer miniaturization. The Los Angeles Herald-Examiner made a characteristic list in an editorial: “America’s moon program has benefited mankind. It has brought better color television, water purification at less cost, new paints and plastics, improved weather forecasting, medicine, respirators, walkers for the handicapped, laser surgery, world-wide communications, new transportation systems, earthquake predictions systems and solar power.”

People in poverty evidently did not believe that things such as solar power or new plastics would benefit them more than direct spending on social programs. The stronger opposition lay within the black community, where less than one in four people supported the expenditure of $4 billion a year for the Apollo Program. A minority added, “God never intended us to go into space.”.. most black newspapers carried editorials and cartoons attacking the space program, including the Chicago Daily Defender and Muhammad Speaks. The New York Amsterdam News cartoon depicted President Richard Nixon smiling up at the moon while sitting on a huge spherical bomb with a lighted fuse, labeled, “minority frustrations.”The accompanying editorial attacked the “outlandish costs of the space race,” and declared that, “Man can conquer space, yes. But man has still to conquer his homeland. And that’s where the real action is, brother.”

In July of 1969 on the eve of Apollo XI, the Poor People’s Campaign came to Cape Kennedy. To emphasize the slow pace of change, 150 people arrived in wagons pulled by mules. They both protested that the launch was taking place, and, perhaps incongruously, demanded 40 VIP passes to see it close-up. The Reverend Ralph Abernathy urged NASA administrator Dr. Thomas Paine to convert his technology to find new ways to feed the poor. Pained promised to see if food concentrates developed for space could be adapted to feed the undernourished on earth. Paine gave them VIP passes, and declared that the space program was compatible with the war on poverty: “I want you to hitch your wagon to our rocket and tell the people the NASA program is an example of what this country can do.” Paine was attempting to harness the old metaphor, “hitch your wagon to a star.” But try to visualize what could happen to a wooden wagon hitched to a Saturn V rocket at blast-off. Perhaps African-American views are best encapsulated by a contrast. Duke Ellington, whose music represented an older generation, performed for ABC’s national audience a new song, “Moon Maiden,” to mark the event. But when the successful moon landing was announced to 50,000 African-Americans at a soul concert in Harlem, many booed. (p. 151-152)

Sadly, no one dares boo! at the conditions of majority black cities, like 83 percent black Detroit. Instead, the GOP and people like Rand Paul believe we should practice outreach there, to a people who took the money that should have gone to space exploration and turned it into... Detroit (a powerful glimpse at what the War on Poverty bought us).

Oh, but it get's better. [Moondoggle: The Forgotten Opposition to the Apollo Program, The Atlantic, 9-12-12]:
Many black papers questioned the use of American funds for space research at a time when many African Americans were struggling at the margins of the working class. An editorial in the Los Angeles Sentinel, for example, argued against Apollo in no uncertain terms, saying, "It would appear that the fathers of our nation would allow a few thousand hungry people to die for the lack of a few thousand dollars while they would contaminate the moon and its sterility for the sake of 'progress' and spend billions of dollars in the process, while people are hungry, ill-clothed, poorly educated (if at all)."

This is, of course, a complicated story. When 200 black protesters marched on Cape Canaveral to protest the launch of Apollo 14, one Southern Christian Leadership Conference leader claimed, "America is sending lazy white boys to the moon because all they're doing is looking for moon rocks. If there was work to be done, they'd send a nigger."
 Odd choice of words from the member of Martin Luther King's SCLC, considering the unbelievable amount of work 'lazy white boys' put into engineering the Apollo craft that took whitey to the moon (while a "rat done bit my sister Nell").

Oh, but it get's even better than that. Courtesy of Gerard Degroot's book "Dark Side of the Moon: The Magnificent Madness of the American Lunar Quest," we learn that Abernathy believed the gap between the different races of mankind was far greater than the gap between the earth and the Moon:
Space was a dominating issue of the 1960s; civil rights was another. The two were distinctly separate: space showcased the country’s achievement; civil rights underlined her shortcoming. The two issues did nevertheless intersect, most often when civil rights campaigners argued that the billions required to put a few men into orbit could be better utilized to help millions of blacks onto their feet. On the eve of the Apollo 11 launch, the activist Ralph Abernathy argued that:
“A society that can resolve to conquer space; to put man in a place where in ages past it was considered only God could reach; to appropriate vast billions; to systematically set about to discover the necessary scientific knowledge; that society deserves both acclaim for achievement and contempt for bizarre social values. For though it has the capacity to meet extraordinary challenges, it has failed to use its ability to rid itself of the scourges of racism, poverty and war, all of which were brutally scarring the nation even as it mobilized for the assault on the solar system.” Why is it less exciting to the human spirit to enlarge man by making him brother to his fellow man? There is more distance between the races of man than between the moon and the earth. To span the vastness of human space is ultimately more glorious than any other achievement."
Abernathy’s complaint reached a crescendo when he led a march of perhaps three hundred followers from the Poor People’s Campaign to the Apollo 11 launch site. A light rain was falling as his army approached. A number of mules, symbols of rural poverty, were in the van, proving a stark contrast to the massive, high-tech Saturn rocket. Abernathy stopped, then gave a short speech to a crowd of onlookers who had the Moon on their mind. He pointed out that one-fifth of the nation lacked adequate food, clothing, shelter, and medical care and that, given such deep poverty, space flight seemed inhumane. The crowd remained polite, but most of the spectators wanted this spoilsport to get out of the way so that show could start.
Abernathy was met by Tom Paine who had by his side, appropriately, Julian Scheer, NASA’s public information officer. Paine’s presence was carefully engineered to suggest that NASA took the plight of the poor seriously, even if it could do nothing to alleviate that suffering. He explained that he was himself a member of the NAACP and sensitive to the struggle of poor blacks. But he told Abernathy (and the assembled crowd) “if we could solve the problems of poverty by not pushing the button to launch men to the Moon tomorrow, then we would not push that button. (p. 234)
 In some different dimension, a much different button was pushed by white America; not just the one that sent the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon, but (after the black riots in the 1960s left Detroit, Newark, Watts, and other major cities in ruins) put in motion a plan to repatriate black people back to Africa.

Abernathy was right when he said, "There is more distance between the races of man than between the moon and the earth. To span the vastness of human space is ultimately more glorious than any other achievement."

However, since America went down the path of funding every civil rights initiative and abandoning space, we have seen trillions upon trillions of dollars (and untold money in opportunity costs and equity lost) go toward eliminating the racial gap in... every measurable category where blacks fail and whites succeed. 

Looking at Detroit in 2013, spanning the vastness of human space (and bridging the racial gap in achievement) and finding a way to to navigate the distance between the white race and black race is a path we should have never, ever tried to go down.


Anonymous said...

China has now landed on the Moon.

We'll all land on "Detroit," spread to every city and town in the country in the name of diversity.

I can barely turn on tv news or talk radio without enduring more and more discussion about negroes and "racism." You'd think that all this ridiculous country thinks about is breeding and placating negroes.

D-FENS said...

Will Denzel Washington or Morgan Freeman play an astrophysicist? How about a soundtrack by or Kanye? Or perhaps R. Kelly.

Southron said...

I've read over and over how blacks didn't like the Apollo program, and viewed it as a waste of money. The money, should have been given to them, they believe.

It is interesting seeing that sentiment in the 1960's and 1970's, because it is 2013, and we have spent more money, effort, and time in trying to save blacks from themselves than the Apollo program ever cost.

There is not enough money in the world, or the history of the world to make blacks act civilized. It isn't a matter of money, their behavior is hard coded in their DNA. A dollar can't change it.

Anonymous said...

Please leave the blacks behind on Earth. I can't take another "Magic Negro" fantasy movie.

Pat Boyle said...

In my time I've read a good deal of Science Fiction. I think it must mean something that I've never read a story or novel where the people of the future have no blacks. Or indeed one in which the racial composition is very much different than it is today.

When I was a grad student in planning school one of my professors 'explained' planning to us. He drew a graph of a rising trend on the board and then he just extended the line. That's pretty much the basis of a lot of Science Fiction. For example, some people think the oceans are rising because of Global Warming so you simply extrapolate some more and you get Kevin Costner in 'Waterworld'.

We have dystopian cities of the future in 'Escape From New York' and 'Dredd' but the crazy out of control criminals are always racially balanced. There are black crazies interspersed with white crazies. They all live peacefully together.

If Detroit is 85% black today why haven't we had a simple extrapolation forward to a world where 100% of the all Detroiters are black? How much imagination would that take?

Instead we have an exclusively Gene Roddenberry vision of the future. People in the sixties were worried about Soviet missiles so Star Trek has Mr. Chekhov on the bridge of the Enterprise to signal that in the rosy future we have made peace with Ivan.

We also are seen to have made peace with blacks. That's what Lieutenant Uhuru means. That's OK with me, it's all just fiction. But why has there never been a Sci-Fi TV series in which all the cast are white or Chinese and at some point some character explains that human eliminated the other races back in the twenty first (or second) century?

We see plenty of Sci-Fi plots in which the characters who have survived are all monsters, zombies, or robots. But never one in which everyone is of the same race.

Variety does tend to diminish over time. I used to drive a Packard, My father had a Studebaker. An uncle had a Hudson. There were also Desotos and Oldsmobiles and Edsels. All gone now along with the Tasmanians, the Floresiensis, Neanderthals and Denisovians.

In Ridley Scott's last Sci-Fi production 'Prometheus' the space ship captain is played by Idris Elba - very dark black man. They could have cast a light skinned black like Obama which might signal that Scott thinks that in the future everyone will merge into a sort of café au latte skin color. But no, the captain - who is a very casual, even sloppy and undisciplined sort of guy at the helm of this space ship - is still fully African.

Today, the day that China has landed on the moon, shouldn't we have at least one space movie in which all the astronauts are Chinese? Unless we reverse our national policies quickly, that may very well be the case in real life.

We have had a recent big Sci-Fi film about everyone being infertile - 'Children of Men'. Why no screenplays about just one race becoming infertile? It's not as if no one hasn't ever contemplated it. China lusts after the soil of Africa but they seem less enthusiastic about Africa's people. Why not a story about China acting on it's desire to separate the two?

Too real? Too scary?


Dan said...

It mainly because nothing the black makes is desirable. Nothing is beautiful. Nothing is worth having. They are Sadim Touch. Everything turns to crap.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate the content of this blog because the author is striving to convey the truth concerning matters of biology and race. This is rare in today's world and must be commended.

The points made in this particular entry are valid regarding the waste of resources on blacks. I only take issue with the notion mentioned here that America landed a man on the moon. For those interested in researching this for themselves, I think that a good place to start is at this link:

The Apollo hoax aside, the author is correct regarding the unavoidable realities of DNA.

Jay Santos said...

Anon says…

I can barely turn on tv news or talk radio without enduring more and more discussion about negroes and "racism." You'd think that all this ridiculous country thinks about is breeding and placating negroes.

Unless you were born in the last 20 years or so, what you're describing is simply unfathomable. Seemingly the entire energy of the nation, from all corners, is focused on… negroes.

I'd love to know how to capture and better describe how incredibly widespread it is. Some kind of super Lexis-Nexis type keyword search that would encompass all TV, movie, all advertisement, books, newspapers, the web, magazines, government output, law firm verbiage, church discussion, all of that might give some idea of how unbelievably constant is the subject of negroes.

Imagine a movie production that dealt honestly with the end result of all this. Think Blade Runner meets Idiocracy, but honestly addressing the ugly future of a U.S. controlled entirely by negroes. What could you do with a screenplay like that?

Anonymous said...

The Apollo program flew right in the face of black people who could no more accomplishe this or for that matter trades as decent welders, carpenters or farmers. They do however fulfill roles as half assed cubicle fodder for .gov

Californian said...

Unless you were born in the last 20 years or so, what you're describing is simply unfathomable. Seemingly the entire energy of the nation, from all corners, is focused on… negroes.

It's some big liberal social experiment: if we can only "uplift the negro" (as they used to say) to the level of the white, then liberalism shall be vindicated. The failure of DWL social programs and civil rights to do the uplifting has to be dismissed. The realities of Detroit and many more American cities have to be dismissed. The running debacles of black majority Africa have to be dismissed.

Instead, a fantasy world is created in which liberalism can work. Hence the numerous telescreen images of successful blacks and working integrated societies (the crew of the Starship Enterprise).

Look at the way liberals act as if the last six decades of social engineering and civil rights never happened. As if segregation was in force yesterday, so America must make its number one priority..."uplifting the negro."

It's unreal.

It's BRA.

Anonymous said...

because all this with the superior negro is because we are all just the same ,there is no "black" man or "white" man....this is all they teach now ...there are no "races" ...hmmmm I wonder how the native Indians feel about that....oh ,that's right the Cherokee nation, the 2nd largest native American tribe ,kicked out all "freedmen" the Negros, from their tribe....out of the more free ride...they were soaking all the assistance dry. So the Cherokee booted them. And Obowmao and his boy Eric"not my people" Holder went after the Indians...LMFAO! and you know what they said...fuck off Obama you have no say here. WE ARE A SOVERIEGN NATION and you have no authority here...The Indians for Christ sake ,are tired of the black man...the Indians...I love how all of a sudden blacks think that they are everybody's race....that they have say over all others and everyone came from them....that is true insanity

Anonymous said...

No one should ever listen to a negro complain about how the White man spends his own money.
It doesn't matter whether the subject is medical research, space exploration or any other area of scientific endeavor.
TO me, it's on the same level as if I were walking into a store to buy a big screen tv with my hard earned money and some negress stood there bitching that I could spend the money on her nails, her weave, shoes fo' her worthless niglets and payin' her rent and sheeit.
Shut the fuck up and drop dead is the correct response.

Jay Santos said...

Californian said...
Unless you were born in the last 20 years or so, what you're describing is simply unfathomable. Seemingly the entire energy of the nation, from all corners, is focused on… negroes.

It's some big liberal social experiment: if we can only "uplift the negro" (as they used to say) to the level of the white, then liberalism shall be vindicated….

I agree, it is directed as you attribute, but only the seeds of it. The growth of the phenomena is so large that it cannot all be orchestrated. It spreads by people's tendency to follow the loudest voices or the most well constructed and convincing Potemkin villages. It has reached a level now that is large enough that to not play along with the fantasy is to risk being a real non-conformist, an SBPDL reader for example. And then there's the state influence, where they have the power to put a big hurt on any heretics.

It has reached the point where it really is getting pretty scary. Look at all these rapes of elderly white women by negroes. For the DWL to ignore a pattern of savagery, that is so large and so entirely restricted to negroes, is incredibly important evidence of their complete deceit. They know that were they to recognize this depravity, they would begin to lose control of the negro fantasy they have spent a half century constructing.

Stay tuned for The Butler and 12 years to receive our highest national cultural honor.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
"The Apollo program flew right in the face of black people..."

because black people don't know which end is up

Anonymous said...

but, if we just treat them nicely they'll all turn into civilized beings. yeah, right. we've been treating them nicely for over 60 years & it's made them worse!

Don in PA said...

I was almost 8 years old when Apollo 11 happened. I remember watching with breathless wonder in what I thought the future held..

It was not to be. The dream died. I feel as if we have been denied what was SUPPOSED to be our destiny, to go to the stars.. Why is it that European man feels this tug?. This desire to reach for the stars?. Why do other races not feel that compulsion? (china is only interested in the commercial applications of space travel). It s because WE are unique, we alone. All one has to do is look at the record of human accomplishment & one GLARING in your face realization hits you, you all know what I mean. . I feel that all of our efforts up to July 20th, 1969 happened for a reason. It was supposed to mark the dawn of a new age. A new "man".

Now?. We wallow in doubt & crass consumerism. Distracted by frivolities like sports. The special uniqueness that is our people is kept from us. Our history denigrated. Our sense of destiny quelled. Other races KNOW we are unique. They can never be like us so we must be quelled, distracted, so that they can feel better about themselves.

If we survive the next hundred years. We WILL go to the stars & I imagine our kindred amongst dozens maybe hundreds of stars a thousand years from now. We must first rediscover who we are.. Who we TRULY are!.. And reclaim our destiny.

Californian said...

Don in PA said...

I was almost 8 years old when Apollo 11 happened. I remember watching with breathless wonder in what I thought the future held.... I feel that all of our efforts up to July 20th, 1969 happened for a reason. It was supposed to mark the dawn of a new age. A new "man".

There's a video of Robert Heinlein commenting on the Moon landing and he is all fired up about it. Space was supposed to be the future for mankind. But really, it was a particularly white vision that could be carried out by white technology, at least at the time.

It says something how much the Western mindset has altered over the last several decades that the USA has moved away from the frontier in space.

Anonymous said...

Well, I caught a TV rerun of "I AM LEGEND" wherein Will Smith, an african
thespian with a non-african name, demonstrated beyond doubt that in addition to being an actor he is also
a rather brilliant, Hard-Working & Dedicated Bio-Chemist, who found the cure to a zombie-type virus (invented by a f'n White Bitch of course) that had depopulated the planets human & canine populations.

One again, homo africanus saves all mankind including the YT one homo-sapies by dint of homo africanus
brilliance in very advanced scientific work.

I have see other movies (all based on true stories) where homo africanus
save humanity.

I think Mr Smith is also a fighter pilot & astronaut as he also saved homo sapiens lily YT ass in the reality-based film "4th of July" which you can watch regular as clock-work on the 4th of July of each year.

So youse guys best b hopin' that homo africanus keeps on savin' our bacon from problems that wez ebil YT devils (aka homo sapiens) cause

Hypie Out ......

josh said...

The other day I heard that nitwit M. Night Shamalyan (sp?)on the radio talking about how he is working to "close the gap"! He is donating his name--and little else,I'd wager--to help those po inna city students compete with their equals,those suburban white kids. Every Hollywoosd turd wants to hop on the bandwagon and status-whore by attacking whites and glorifying the Bantu. What business is it of this Indian rug merchant who should be working in Bollywood,about "The Gap"? Maybe this a-hole should work to lift up the Dalits back home in Inja,quite!

Anonymous said...

Carolina Cicero:

It's simple: Your average black has the IQ of a stapler, and I really am being polite about it.

Unless the conversation doesn't stray far from drugs, murder, 9mm's, p***y and that annoying jungle noise they call music, yes, might as well be chatting up quantum physics with your toaster.

And in the distant future, when the last warp ship departs for a colony world, we will hopefully leave behind these two-legged roaches and to the filth they create.

Oh, don't worry about the cleanup, as when the sun goes into the red giant phase, they'll be too wasted on lean to care....

josh said...

Just to add,re this movie trailer,you mentioned it was all-white. The proverbial magic negroes couldnt make it this time? Morgan? Cuba? Will? Rihanna???? It just reminded me that the Sound of Music had a black nun as Mother Superior,in Austria,in 1930-something. She was a heck of a singer--her song could be interpretd quite differently by Rev Abernathy(who may have been tired from his numerous sex trysts with Martin and the ladies) and NASA,to wit:"Climb every mountaaaain!!!!!!" -- and a good actress,I'll give her her due. But the top nun gotta be a sista? We should be glad Beyonce did not play the Julie Andrews part.

Mr. Rational said...

I only take issue with the notion mentioned here that America landed a man on the moon.

It's a good thing you didn't put a name to that comment.  You have to be mighty ignorant—nay, STUPID—to believe such a ridiculous hoax theory; if the USA hadn't gone to the Moon, the Russians (who were not far behind in the race) would have trumpeted it to the skies.

This is not the best de-hoax page, but it has plenty of rock-solid references, so read it:

We're at the point where third-world nations are launching missions to Mars, and private companies send re-usable spacecraft to do soft docking and returns from space stations.  And you think that a bunch of test pilots—guys who took radical experimental flying machines up in the air and got them back down again, intact more often than not—backed by the richest nation on Earth, couldn't put a lander on the Moon in 1969?  You fool.

whisker child said...

I normally don't like trailors. But THAT one got my attention.


I don't like the supposition that whites are being made to live at a black man's standard.
It has always been the government’s objective to erase inequality, not by making all Americans rich, but by making us all equally poor and dependent.
The government never took its boot off the throat of blacks. It begrudgingly gave up slavery but never extended true equality to blacks. Once the country began to wake up to that level of control it further extended its control in the name of “civil rights” which just kept them under a new form of control by making them dependent on the system. Forcing them to need more, expect more, demand more and, in so doing, feeding the government and allowing it to grow ever larger.
Now people are starting to realize that the government is after all of us by further attacking the middle class in its attempt to make us all equally poor and dependent. The government isn’t forcing us to live a black man’s standard, it’s just finally becoming more efficient at putting us all under the standard it has been working towards for decades.
“The man” is keeping us all down. It just took them longer to get the white man to kneel down and accept it.

Anonymous said...

Burn it.

Erie PA

Anonymous said...

I remember kindergarden,1972.We had landed on the moon for the 5th time in the spring.We were heading back in December.The missions had become much bigger and better.I had no doubt that the next step was a moon base,it seemed so logical.Maybe by the time I was older,I could go there!
I have read a bit about Apollo.Werner Von Braun had many GREAT ideas.Had we kept the space program going,we'd be on mars and the moon now,maybe a few dozen people all the time.The US had atomic rockets in the early 1960s,who knows how far along we'd be on that had we kept at it ? When the US no longer produces anything anyone wants,we do not have the money to do it.Somehow,as someone pointed out,we have found much more money to pour into dysfunctional social policy instead .It is a matter of priorities.We make time and find money for things we find important.The US tried to put the nig on a pedestal,gave them everything they could possibly need to have a good life,and now we have a mess.Calling nigs out on dysfunction,front and center,must be pursued relentlessly.It may do no good.But it is a start.We are far from powerless.We can reverse this.This forum is a great place to share what works. Richard Cranium

Anonymous said...

Chris Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy also took place in a conspicuously mostly-White city. Gotham looked like NYC if Whites hadn't fled to NJ and upstate, and if the migration of Southern Blacks to the North hadn't been as extensive. The movie definitely looks intriguing.

Meanwhile, in Black culture, 18-year old Chicago rapper Chief Keef (who has an extensive criminal history) is bragging that his new album is going to raise the Chicago murder rate.

"Bang 2 And Almighty So On ITunes Right Now But Bang 3 No Lie Y'all Really Don't know How crazy Im goin #ImFinnaRaiseTheMurderRateUp," he announced via Instagram. "If I'm Lien I Can Get Killed right Now this S--t Is So f----n hardcore #ThatOldSosa #bang3 N----s Better Be Scared."

Hear that n----s? Ya'll better be scared.

But I'm sure if you ask the Chicago Police Commissioner, he'll deny that Blacks like Chief Keef have anything to do with the homicide rate in Chicago. Nope. Music industry? Hollywood? Nah. Everyone knows its the fault (and responsibility) of White Christians, especially males. The Tea Party. Sarah Palin. Pilgrims.

Anonymous said...

This makes me angry on many levels. For one, the men who landed on the moon, and the men who worked to get them there, are among humanity's best. The filthy niggers who only know how to look for a handout aren't fit to shine their shoes.

Secondly, "global warming", IF IT HAS HAPPENED AT ALL, is minor, and well within the bounds of warming that takes place naturally. But suppose the earth has warmed and humans are responsible for all of it? Look at the history of temperature and carbon dioxide on earth, and you will see that earth is now historically cold and carbon dioxide starved relative to the past. Were it not for the "greenhouse gases" such as CO2 and (primarily) water vapor, earth would be uninhabitably cold like Mars. A higher temperature and more carbon dioxide would make the earth greener and life would flourish.

Finally, the US spends $1 Trillion EVERY YEAR on programs classified as "welfare". We have overspent on social programs for decades now, and the return on our investment has been LESS THAN ZERO. No more. Get the government OUT of the charity business and leave it to private institutions. They couldn't possibly do a worse job than government, and most likely would do better.

Anonymous said...

The truth is, they had to send white men to the moon, because even the Saturn V couldn't uplift the Negro.

Dan said...

It's er um the Pilgrims! Yeah Oliver Cromwell! begarah.

Unknown said...

The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle asserts, in part, that to measure anything one must affect it. Sadly, by reporting on this, you have virtually guaranteed to affect it. BRA can't allow such a non-black movie to ever see the light of day. My guess is that they will have to rework it all in post-production, and add some "colorization--" not in the Ted Turner sense, but in the Ike and Tina Turner sense.

And as always, Paul, your status as the most well-read pundit on either side of BRA, is unassailed. That "a rat bit my sister" bit shows that you aren't the one who's "ignant." You've simply listened to both sides of the debate, and found one side completely worth ignoring.

Anonymous said...

Off-topic, but important ... 12 years later, with the public distracted by an economic depression, the NY Post confirms what many of us knew years ago.

A pair of lawmakers who recently read the redacted portion say they are “absolutely shocked” at the level of foreign state involvement in the attacks.
Reps. Walter Jones (R-NC) and Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) can’t reveal the nation identified by it without violating federal law. So they’ve proposed Congress pass a resolution asking President Obama to declassify the entire 2002 report, “Joint Inquiry Into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001.”
... The Saudis deny any role in 9/11, but the CIA in one memo reportedly found “incontrovertible evidence” that Saudi government officials — not just wealthy Saudi hardliners, but high-level diplomats and intelligence officers employed by the kingdom — helped the hijackers both financially and logistically. The intelligence files cited in the report directly implicate the Saudi embassy in Washington and consulate in Los Angeles in the attacks, making 9/11 not just an act of terrorism, but an act of war.

This is something a lot of people recognized already, but the NY Post is now confirming that Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar (affectionately known as "Bandar Bush" because of his connections to the Bush dynasty) was personally involved in orchestrating the 9/11 attacks.

That's a fairly remarkable admission. As is the revelation that U.S.-born terrorist Anwar Al-Awlaki ran a Northern Virginia "Islamic Center" close to both the Pentagon and CIA headquarters.

Spooky stuff that a lot of people knew might be true but didn't want to confront head on.

Yet, we will continue to keep a "special relationship" with the Saudis and import plenty of their friends, the Somalis and Sudanese.

Anonymous said...

Remember Karen Lewis? She's the head of the Chicago teachers union. The 300-lb mulatto who blamed Black educational failures on White racism and low teacher salaries.

Well, apparently she teaches the Torah in Evanston, IL. She's a convert.

While she did not disagree that there are problems in Chicago Public Schools (she likened it to a “mildly dysfunctional family”) she vociferously denied Mayor Emanuel’s claim that the system is “broken.” What’s truly broken, Lewis rightly pointed out, is our commitment to the most vulnerable communities in our city.

Here's the thing. The portion of the Torah she quoted? It's about genocide and ethnic cleansing.

Read the comments below by Rabbi Brant Rosen.

The literal meaning here is about a preparation for conquest and ethnic cleansing and we should be clear about the troubling nature of this “pshat.”

You can't make this up. This woman is using the Torah to speak of ethnically cleansing White enemies from America, because they won't pay higher taxes to fund higher salaries for the teachers in her union.

Crazy times out there. Take care of your families. Government doesn't care about your well-being or the health of the economy. It's about placating the Black population and preventing riots.

Anonymous said...

We should have been on the Jovian moons by now. In the heyday of the space program, the Mars missions were tentatively planned for the early to mid 1990's. A moon colony was almost a certainty. Instead we spent the money on what? We destroyed our education system because of something nebulous such as equality of results. We're headed back to the caves.

D-FENS said...

Interesting that a Rabbi interprets a section of the the Torah as a call for "conquest and ethnic cleansing." When outsiders point out this interpretation, they are dismissed as being taken "out of context."

melissa said...

I spent a quiet weekend watching "science shows". People working hard to find cures for disease and new technology in the health industry. Fascinating, but not one black person was in any of these shows, not a one. Imagine that money refocused on whites and perhaps we would have already had a cure for cancer.

IKantunderstand said...

There is nothing that will ever come out of Hollywood that will in fact espouse our cause. Now, I know nothing about this movie, but, I can say with certitude that White men will be the enemy. Period. Paul, you are a smart guy. You should know better, or, have you been co-opted by the "establishment". Or, are you just being swayed by some bullshit propaganda? Look, Paul, I have not seen the movie, and I don't care what you think about this Nolan guy, but the bottom line is this: Hollywood can't be trusted. Too many people think of the motion picture industry as HOLYWOOD. That's right, I am coining a new word for the worship of celebrities and their erections

Anonymous said...

Imagine that money refocused on whites and perhaps we would have already had a cure for cancer.
Refocusing that money would have also put a dent in the Black Plague.

Anonymous said...

For me it all comes back to the obsession which has gone on for two or three centuries already..that we are all created equal...what a crock!
If we were really all created equal we would like alike and act alike in every respect. Fact is, we're as different as different can be. If we were all created equal I'd be a concert pianist or an NBA player, but we're all created unequal...vastly unequal. Consider fingerprints or DNA...different for every individual who walks the earth. We're all created completely unique and different, and I, for one, think that's a good thing. Now equal treatment under the law is a different matter altogether.

Anonymous said...

Every company that uses blacks to represent their product, from McDonalds to Kay Jewelers to any organization that caters to the 10-12% by hyping their product with rap music or hip hop or street jargon or glorifying graffiti as art, ANY of those examples and more...automatically lose my business.

Any television program that glorifies blacks, gays and other lowlife forms automatically get switched off in my home.

Today, I proudly watched the Washington Redskins game because a talented young WHITE man by the name of Kirk Cousins led the team as QB instead of some dreadlocked over-hyped yard ape like RGIII, who does not possess the mental capacity to lead his fellow minions. The NFL is the micro-proving ground that blacks simply cannot behave themselves in a manner appropriate in society. How many times do we see black players doing a tribal dance after scoring? How many times, instead of a player completing his task on the field, do we see some black player pull up, wave his arms and try to insist he was wronged? How many times do we see black players like convicted felons Michael Vick and Ray Lewis get chance after chance after chance to continue to play the game? Is this the kind of example we want for our young people?

It's time to take a quiet underground stand and stop patronizing companies, sponsors and organizations that put the true minority above the majority of whites & those of real European ancestry. And before some smug ass points out that olive skinned Greeks and Italians or French Moors or even Blacks born in the UK would be "European", let's make it clear. No fecal colored, inbred immigrant from any nationality should EVER be put above the white race. They do nothing but drain our system of resources better spent on furthering a proper society.

Build a fence.
Shop elsewhere.
Don't buy their music.
Don't view their films.
don't celebrate their heritage.
Drive to white shop keepers outside of bad neighborhoods.
Drain them of every financial resource with counter lawsuits when they try to use the liberal courts to force you to do something against YOUR heritage.

Be strong and don't give into the victim mentality.

Anonymous said...

Indian said...

I'm sorry white people, you will not reach the stars, but you have laid the foundations.

Interstellar travel and warp speed ships, will, probably be invented by the Chinese or INDIANS. When these amazing ships are built, we will be taking all races to the new worlds.

Blacks, whites and Asians living on Earth like planets, three or four times the size of earth, and there will be enough space, food and water for everyone.

These worlds will be so huge, that there will be no need for wars.

I hope PK let's this through, and I hope Indians design these ships, because then everyone can "space travel"

IKantunderstand said...

You all are making jokes. Nolan is a Hollywood stooge. Let me tell you sonmsa a bitches somethin: You dig? Nobody understands what this dialogue means, because nobody here speaks , I don't know, Blackese.

Mutant Swarm said...

Anonymous said...

"...For those interested in researching this for themselves, I think that a good place to start is at this link:

The Apollo hoax aside, the author is correct regarding the unavoidable realities of DNA.

December 15, 2013 at 10:13 AM"

I'll be sure to check out the link, just as soon as I'm done with my 300 page research paper on chemtrails. (Rolls eyes)

Anonymous said...

Diversity uber alles
This nation is a sick needs to burn

Semper Fi said...

Rational said:

"It's a good thing you didn't put a name to that comment. You have to be mighty ignorant—nay, STUPID—to believe such a ridiculous hoax theory; if the USA hadn't gone to the Moon, the Russians (who were not far behind in the race) would have trumpeted it to the skies.”

Right, as if the Russians were in charge of the information during the Cold War ? HAHAHAHA !

Nobody would have believed them just like nobody (except a very small minority here) wants to believe today that we are not all equal, and that blacks will never be like us. See ? The Moon landing was a fantasy just like the civil rights that was simply concocted to distract us and to control us from reality. The real question about the Moon landing is: if the Russians were so close behind the race, why didn’t they go too then, and actually never even tried ? Because we did it first, then forget about it altogether after all that time, risks and billions invested...really ? Wouldn't the Russians also landing there been the proof that we were not better after all ?

I tell you why, because it was and still is impossible for a human being to sustain the Van Allen Belt’s radioactivity twice on each round trip, and furthermore impossible for an astronaut to sustain solar radiation and the extremely high and low temperatures of the Moon. What the Chinese just sent is unmanned and they too will never be able to land and come back from there.

Even NASA finally admitted in 2005 that radiation is a “showstopper” for any mission to the Moon, and you have to be mighty ignorant—nay, STUPID—to still believe such a ridiculous hoax.


Anonymous said...

You invalidate your own I think Nordic said" wake the fuck up and quit watching your GD football"

Mr. Rational said...

Semper Fi wrote:

I tell you why, because it was and still is impossible for a human being to sustain the Van Allen Belt’s radioactivity twice on each round trip

Let me quote to you from the Apollo 13 mission report:

"The personal radiation dosimeters were inadvertently stowed in the pockets of the crewmen's suits shortly after lift-off. The Command Module Pilot's dosimeter was unstowed at 23 hours and was hung under the command and service module optics for the remainder of the mission. The final reading from this dosimeter yielded a net integrated (uncorrected) dose of 410 mrad. The other two dosimeters yielded net doses of 290 and 340 mrad.
The Van Allen belt dosimeter registered a maximum skin dose rate of 2.27 rad/hr and a maximum depth dose rate of 1.35 rad/hr while ascending through the belt at about 3 hours.

It takes around 100 rads to produce acute radiation sickness.  400 millirads is nothing.  A dose rate in the multiple rads per hour is significant, but a spacecraft on a trans-lunar trajectory goes through the inner Van Allen belt so quickly you have no time to accumulate a medically-significant dose.  The outer Van Allen belt is very weak by comparison.

Semper Fi, how about keeping some faith with the hard-working SCIENTISTS and ENGINEERS who brought the project off?  Their lives, and the lives of everyone who relied on their work, depended on being honest about what the numbers said.  You're saying that thousands of people would have had to be part of the conspiracy, AND NOBODY LET THE SECRET OUT.  That's beyond incredible, even less credible than the idea that the painfully small, slow and expensive computers of the day could render the lunar scenes using CGI algorithms that wouldn't be invented for another 30 years.

I know it pleases some part of your brain to believe that this government that's pushing its program of White genocide has lied about everything big for the last 5 decades.  It's not so; if it was that false, it would have collapsed long ago.  It's only the accomplishments of great White (yes, even ex-Nazi) men like Dr. Werner von Braun which have carried it this far.  Be proud of it, for the RIGHT reasons.


Nature be Rayciss


Global Warming?

The Earth was warmer 1,000 years ago.

The Earth was warmer 2,000 years ago.

You see, there is a pattern. The Earth rotates, spins, wobbles, move in an eclipse about the sun......warmer, cooler, warmer, cooler.

Get it?

Also, C02 is NOT the "gas" that determines the Worlds temp. That would be water vapor. A doubling of the C02 would have no effect worth measuring since the concentration of C02 in the atmosphere is so low to begin with. Any first year Chemistry student knows about the equilibrium constant of gasses and liquids. Gasses go into and out of solutions depending on the concentrations in both. Raise it in the air and more goes into the solution. Too much in the solution and some goes into the air. Back and forth. Back and forth.

Also, explain to me why the Earth is getting cooler?

Anonymous said...

Putting a Man on the Moon was one of the greatest accomplishments of white civilization.

Let's not degrade it.

(Buy the way, I see the Chinese are planning their own lunar expedition. Might be interesting to see how their future Moon bases will change the military-economic balance back here on Earth.)


Reverend Bacon:

In the first 2 installments of ATLAS SHRUGGED the movie, they had to cast one of the main characters, Ed Willie (if I recall the name correctly) as a full blown coal Negro.

When, on a facebook site, I questioned the Director of the film, I found myself banned from their official site. He attempted to give me some bullshit excuse. I pointed out to him that I have family IN the movie business and know that every "major" film MUST have token niggers in it or there are problems with production........

I. Renarde said...

So Nolan went full Greenie with the whole "climate change is ruining our crops" thing. Why go to other dimensions when you can just make technology that can just re-terraform the earth? Does no one think about this?

I wouldn't worry about China. Her time has come and gone. Her population is ageing rapidly and even if the One Child Policy were to end tomorrow, the vast majority of Chinese women - AKA Tiger Moms - do not want to have children.

As for dreams of space, it might as well be limited to books. The underclass is rising.

Anonymous said...

I rarely comment on this site, but there have been several comments here on a line of thinking that's taboo, but fascinating.

My father-in-law is a retired H.S. teacher and coach. He often laments the misplaced priorities in educational funding. Our children are high academic achievers and attend private school. It makes him angry that public schools are such a massive waste of money at the additional expense of student talent. He sees his grandchildrens' performance at an old, but demanding private school where they spend 10 cents on the dollar per student and the teachers work for half the salary as public school faculty. But they have complete control of the school and encourage and reward achievement and discipline.

He is frustrated that American public schools have shifted their funding and teaching focus to the lowest-achieving students, ostensibly to bring them up to the level of the rest of the class. The result is the high achievers just sit around and aren't challenged and their creativity and intelligence isn't cultivated. He always taught in public schools, but finally retired when they were no longer able to discipline students. I attended all public schools and so did my wife's entire family. Kindergarten through college. Public all the way. But the deterioration in the public schools has accelerated dramatically over the past 30 years. Are there still good ones? Sure. Asians and some whites are kicking ass. But there has been a disturbing marxist, anti-American shift that is re-writing history, minimizing "hard" subjects like math & science in favor of "soft" subjects like social studies that are more easily manipulated.

What would the world be like if American education had focused the most funding and educational effort on the best and brightest students? How much would America have prospered if all students were encouraged to be self-disciplined and to achieve to the best of their abilities instead of making excuses for the worst performers and telling the hard workers and the most intelligent that they only achieve because they're lucky or they're white or because they're reaping the benefits of slavery or otherwise somehow to blame for the bottom-performing kids?

Like everything else in America in the last 50-60 years, we seem determined to join negroes in self destructing ourselves. They do it because they seem to have a primitive, animal-like culture. We do it to prove that we're not bad people and racists. It's insane. We've pissed away incalculable money and scientific and cultural advancement to join them in the gutter. It's both curious and sad.

BlkGrlSeeALot said...

See anything Tyler Perry!
There may have been/was a moment where 0.0000001% may have strayed from the mainstream in the 80's/90's and embraced the independent movies of that time; 'risked' showing & exploring some of the more unsavory areas ot black america.
But no, let's 'Abernathy' our way into (White) hearts of man.

Anonymous said...


When this film comes out, the moral center of the film will be a negro. Probably the scientist who built the rocket; either that, or the love interest of the main white female. Either way, everything will depend on him. Whitey will be helpless without his sage advice and sex appeal.

Mark my fucking words.