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Complacency within the Cave: The Third Wave

Sword of Elysium: The following is the personal account of Ron Jones, who led a daring experiment that ultimately demonstrated the effectiveness of well-intended authoritarian leadership, yet he was too afraid to follow through to the end due to his … Continue reading

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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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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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ZC Weapons: Hyper-Reality

The Folly of “Nazi Super Science” The National Socialist movement that created the German Third Reich has long been accused of adhering to wild and bizarre scientific theories as well as of conducting science experiments to form the “perfect” human … Continue reading

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Auschwitz: Countering the Parallax View

A while ago, I visited the Zionist museum that has been placed over the site of the former Majdanek concentration camp. By that time, I had been well aware of the fallacies and sheer absurdities of Holocaust claims and the … 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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Idealism and Freedom

In the film, The NeverEnding Story, a young boy, Bastian, begins to read a book and is progressively more enthralled by it, eventually coming to several surprising realizations about this story, what it has to say, and how it relates … Continue reading

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