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Manderlay

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Lars von Trier’s Manderlay should be required viewing for every white nationalist. It is also an excellent recruitment tool for friends and family members who need a quick primer on Race Realism 101.

Von Trier’s second installment of his USA: Land of Opportunities trilogy picks up where he left off with the critically-acclaimed Dogville. Read more …

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Melancholia

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Lars von Trier’s Melancholia might be a uniquely bleak film. Even for a director who is well known for offering dark and disturbing pictures of humanity, Melancholia expresses a special sort of hopelessness. The film begins with a series of strange, surreal tableaux shot in extreme slow motion. The musical accompaniment is the Tristan und Isolde Prelude. Read more …

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Lars von Trier & the Men Among the Ruins

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The flap caused in May 2011 at the Cannes Film Festival by Danish film director Lars von Trier is no doubt destined to share the same fate as other racial-toned public outbursts from celebrities in recent years, when the lies hiding the realities of modern life in the West are momentarily torn back so that the tensions lying underneath are savagely revealed. I am thinking, of course, of such incidents as the Michael Richards “nigger” incident at a comedy club in 2006 or Mel Gibson’s drunken “Jew” outburst to a policeman during the same year, among others. Read more …

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