These are two videos I have made that are connected by the theme of Hollywood. The first begins with an observation in Jared Taylor’s debate with black supremacist Tariq Nasheed in how black supremacists use the rhetoric of 1970s blaxploitation films to explain their situation, which is invariably one of being oppressed by the White Man. This I call “blaxplainin'”. Certainly, such Blacks as Tariq will get a thrill out of the release of a film that puts all their fantasies about Black achievement onto the big screen. Yet does this new Marvel superhero blockbuster help Negroes or hinder them?
The second video continues to examine the Black Panther film – this time, its portrayal of the White South African character – and then uses this as a springboard onto the morality imprinted on Hollywood films in general and the connection between this code of ethics and the wicked and abusive lives led by the Hollywood elites. In the news is Quentin Tarantino’s rediscovered defence of Roman Polanski and child rape on the Howard Stern Show in 2003, which is included in the video. I look at the content of Tarantino and Polanski’s films, in what way this reflects their own personal conduct and how they have inured their audiences to things that were once unthinkable to screen.