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The Dark Knight: Turbulence of the Times

Written by Aryan Sanctuary The Dark Knight, released 2008, I consider to be one of the best-made movies of the 2000s, a pleasant surprise following the rubbish that was Batman Begins. Christian Bale’s portrayal of Batman is my favourite among all the actors … Continue reading

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Robocop 3: Duty vs. Power

Written by Aryan Sanctuary Since I have been recently referring to this movie so often, I figured that I might as well review the movie itself! This should also help those who have not seen the movie but who see me … Continue reading

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Hidden History: The Diamond as Big as the Ritz

In 1922, American author F. Scott Fitzgerald published a scathing indictment of the brutal and overlooked history of the United States in the form of a short story called, The Diamond as Big as the Ritz. He was so exacting … Continue reading

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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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Wall-E: The Realizing of Purpose

After a stretch of horror and subversion, it is now time for some positivism. Surprisingly, this comes from the Pixar film, Wall-E, but it is true: a big budget, American production house (that is owned by Jew dominated Disney), has … Continue reading

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Supernanny: The Way of the Gulag

Written by Anthony One of the best examples highlighting Aryanist complaints about childcare is the TV series, Supernanny, in which families with children who have ‘behavioural problems’ use the services of the ‘Supernanny’ to bring their children into line. Note … Continue reading

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The Thing: Parasite of Worlds

John Carpenter’s The Thing is one of the best films ever made about an intrusive and subversive force. While the film’s overt theme is a visceral and biological subversion akin to a virus, there are also profound metaphorical elements and … Continue reading

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