Mary Queen of Diversity

Having just watched Mary Queen of Scots, I am forced to conclude that it is perhaps the most extreme example yet of the bogus diversification of history on screen. You could say that maybe King Arthur and his Posse of the Round Table was worse. But the King Arthur story is basically a fable anyway, so adding a few more layers of fantasy to it … Continue reading Mary Queen of Diversity

Robbin’ in the ‘Hood

Racial appropriation of European mythology continues. The latest Robin Hood film features Jamie Foxx as a negro version of the character Little John. Robin is portrayed as a fumbling, feckless white boy until the “based negro” shows him how to fight and steal things properly. This theme of inept European folk heroes learning how to be true warriors from sturdy brown people may sound familiar. … Continue reading Robbin’ in the ‘Hood

Racial appropriation: 3% of the British population demands better representation in the media

Only in a society with a deeply entrenched hostile elite committed to the dispossession of the indigenous people would anti-white vandals be declared “activists”. You cannot have white supremacists in a country that is indigenous and majority white, they aren’t seeking to subvert or change society, they aren’t engaging in activities designed to fundamentally change the hierarchy. These young kangz are necessarily black supremacists, they … Continue reading Racial appropriation: 3% of the British population demands better representation in the media