Tag Archives: anti-elitism

Elysium: Leadership Vacuum Crisis

The 2013 film Elysium offers an interesting look at a possible future of unrestrained technological development, class division and mistrust, which all stem from the relentless profiteering that capitalism is prone to. Nevertheless, the film offers a rather naive or, … Continue reading

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THX 1138: Prisoner of Technocracy

The concept of humans versus machines is an interesting topic that is getting more and more relevant each coming year. People’s desire to create complex and capable machines has lead to some great pluses in our civilization; the expanse that … Continue reading

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Dark City: Revolution in a Prison Paradigm

A very interesting, and very under-appreciated, film from 1998 is Dark City. It is a work of striking originality and creativity that transcends the conventional categories of “genre” combining science fiction, mystery and noir to offer a unique look at … Continue reading

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On Talmudic Methods as Tactics: Occidental Observer

The Boromir Syndrome (BS) is rampant over at The Accidentally Talmudic Observer. They recently published this article in effort to seem sound on the issue of violence. Little do they know, they are using definitions from history’s most nefarious book … Continue reading

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Stanley Kubrick: A Limited Exception

Stanley Kubrick is one of the most fascinating filmmakers to have ever helmed a camera. His work was very meticulous; from the script and initial research all the way to filming and editing, Kubrick would ensure that all of his … Continue reading

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Traces of Aryanism in a Heavy Metal Song

In my post on the Storytelling Front of the ongoing Aryan Kampf, I mentioned that littles bits of Aryanism can be seen in many places and, perhaps, even in greatly unexpected places. Films and television programs are perhaps the easiest … Continue reading

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American Psycho: The Madness of Materialism

It’s movie time again. Today’s feature presentation is the psychological thriller from 2000 called American Psycho. The film was directed by Mary Harron who also co-wrote the screenplay which is based on the novel of the same name by Bret … Continue reading

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