As I’ve taken note of over the years, the French government has long been promoting “diversity” on both the large and small screens, including through the use of generous subsidies. It actually has agencies that monitor all television and cinema production and produce annual and quarterly reports showing what proportion of films/shows had brown people in leading roles and so on. Yes, really. If you’re … Continue reading “The Upside” of White Genocide: propaganda so good they had to make it twice
I used to go out of my way to watch movies I suspected of being diversity propaganda so I could analyse them and see what the agenda was. Now these themes are so pervasive that you have to make a conscious effort to avoid them. We had another example last night at the Golden Globes when “In the Fade” won the Best Foreign Language Award, … Continue reading We need an Alt Right IMDB
Brigitte Bardot had some interesting things to say in an interview with the French magazine Valeurs Actuelles. I can’t see them any more, the Islamists. That practically everywhere in France you see burkas, it’s unacceptable. Let them do what they want in their countries of origin, but they shouldn’t try and impose on us customs, practices, discriminations from another age: that’s not France. And then, … Continue reading Brigitte Bardot: "I didn’t fight against French Algeria to accept an Algerian France!"
http://www.euronews.com/embed/358586 I’ve written a lot about how pro-diversity themes are being covertly and overtly embedded in our cinematic fictions (link), but not usually this directly. This is nothing less than a silver screen hit piece on the Front National, its release timed perfectly for maximum damaging effect just before the French election season. There is barely even an attempt to disguise the propagandistic intent. The … Continue reading "Chez Nous": Publicly-financed anti-Front National film released just before French elections
I’ve written quite a bit about how French cinema has been harnessed by the French government and made to turn out Soviet-style diversity propaganda. As of tomorrow (September 2014), strict “diversity” requirements will also be imposed on all British films subsidised by the BFI. Here is a typical product of the French system. Continue reading Samba: more diversity propaganda from French cinema