Last night I watched “King Arthur – Legend of the Sword” made by director Guy Ritchie (Madonna’s ex-wife). In it, King Arthur is portrayed as an east-end wide boy, a cockney geezer who runs a brothel and is involved in petty crime. One of his stalwart knights, “the bold Sir Bedivere”, is the African Djimon Hounsou (shown above). Nor is he the only negro in King Arthur’s “crew”.
But negroes aren’t the only ones in the round table posse who are swart of skin. It seems “King Arthur” learned his fighting skills from a bunch of Chinamen, who set up a kung-fu school in Londonistan of what must be around the 5th century AD.
In case you weren’t getting the multicultural point yet, there is more. The baddie, Vortigern, played by Jude Law, performs a kind of Hitlerian salute to the assembled multitude.
It seems that no aspect of European peoplehood, not even our history or mythology, can be allowed to remain unvitiated. The King Arthur legend – originally a stirring tale of British patriotism in which the king rallied the indigenous people in the face of foreign invasion – is now perversely reworked to become an instrument of pro-invasion propaganda.
The baddies are posh white Nazis, while the heroes are a multicultural posse of negroes, chinks and working-class cockneys. In reality, of course, it is rich white guys like Guy Ritchie who are using the brownskins as an instrument of class and ethnic warfare against the ordinary indigenous people of Britain and Europe.