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Olympia Part I – The Festival of Folks

Following up the revolutionary Triumph of the Will from 1935, which showcased the ideals of National Socialist society and celebration, Leni Riefenstahl followed up with an equally uplifting film displaying an epic patchwork of athleticism and human beauty, Olympia. Folk, … Continue reading

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Humor Nazis – 11

Episode #11: Saving Private Ryan – Alternate Ending PWNED!

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Repo Men: The Traps of Debt & Transhumanism

Contents 1-Pillory and Stocks 2-Citizens and Subjects 3-Struggle and Conflict 4-Veils and Traps 5-The Call to Arms 6-The Hero 7-Further Information An interesting movie from 2010, Repo Men, examines two popular ideas. One of these is old and the other … Continue reading

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Triumph of the Will: Kampf & Folkism in Action

One of the best glimpses into the ideas at the core of National Socialism is Leni Riefenstahl’s revolutionary film, Triumph of the Will. In fact, just by watching the film, one can see many mainstream lies about Hitler and the … Continue reading

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Ambulans: The Power of Nightmares

Let’s take a look at Ambulans, a 1961 Communist Propaganda film that ideally served Zionist purposes. The broader story behind the film also demonstrates Jewry’s meddling in the post-war Communist regimes of Eastern Europe and how that played out in … Continue reading

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Prisoners: The Illusion of Escape

Entrapment or enslavement can be rendered more effective by making the way out more complicated. Physically obstructing or convoluting the exit path, such as making it a maze, can accomplish this effectively. The movie Prisoners makes use of this technique. … Continue reading

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Forgotten Realities: The Bridge at Remagen

Introduction After quite a stretch of no film reviews, its time once again to look at a film: The Bridge at Remagen from 1969. It is quite an unconventional war film by both the standards of 2014, as well as … Continue reading

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