Sunday, February 03, 2008

Aryan Movies List

In a chat last night, we got to talking about movies, and which ones are of any worth at all, a very small list as you can imagine. This is the list we've come up with so far.

Remember, none of these films except Birth of a Nation and Triumph of the Will are ideologically perfect. They do, after all, come out of Hollywood. The following is a suggested list of flicks that have something of racial or moral significance to say to us, buried deep under all the Hollywood crap and propaganda.

These are the ones we have come up with so far, in alphabetical order:

Alvarez Kelly*
Birth of a Nation
Dr. Zhivago
Gone With The Wind
Lord of the Rings
Michael Collins (!!!)
Miller's Crossing**
Red Dawn
Rob Roy
Soylent Green

The 13th Warrior
The Blue Max
The Hunley
The Naked Prey
The Outlaw Josey Wales
The Searchers
The Shootist
The Summer Of My German Soldier***
They Live! (A bit esoteric, but I get it.)
Triumph of the Will

Special Category: War movies that need about five minutes of anti-Nazi or anti-Confederate propaganda crap deleted, and then they'd be great flicks.

Cross of Iron
Das Boot (English or German)
Ride With The Devil
(whole "black Confederate" character can and should be deleted, then great stuff!)
The Eagle Has Landed

Maybes: (Good flicks, but seem to be missing key racial or other element)

Mad Max
The Wild Bunch****
Bladerunner (?)

Any more suggested additions?


*Never saw this myself, but will take Wagner's word on it.

**Possibly the most blatantly anti-Jewish successful film ever made by Hollywood.

***Dr. Goebbels could have done this one, but it seems to have disappeared. I can't find it anywhere.

****IMHO disfigured by "good Mexican" character, but great flick nonetheless.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

There was a movie made in 1963 called 55 days in Peking.I've cut and pasted a synopsis below.I remember there were troops from several European nations plus Japan invovled in the defense of the compounds.

55 Days at Peking is a dramatization of the Boxer Rebellion which took place in 1900 China. Fed up by foreign encroachment, the Dowager Empress Tzu-Hsi uses the Boxer secret societies to attack the foreigners within China, culminating in the siege of the foreign legations' compounds in Peking (now Beijing). The film concentrates on the defense of the legations from the point of view of the foreign powers, and the title refers to the length of the defense by the colonial powers of the legations district of Peking.

The foreign embassies in Peking are being held in a grip of terror as the Boxers set about massacring Christians in an anti-Christian nationalistic fever. Major Matt Lewis (Charlton Heston) heads an army of multinational soldiers defending the foreign compound in Peking. Inside the besieged compound, the British ambassador (David Niven) gathers the beleaguered ambassadors into a defensive formation. Included in the group of high-level dignitaries is the sultry Russian Baroness Natalie Ivanoff (Ava Gardner) who begins a romantic liaison with Lewis. As Lewis and the group conserve food and water and try to save some hungry children, they await the arrival of expected reinforcements, but the wily Empress Tzu Hsi (Flora Robson) is, in the meantime, plotting with the Boxers to break the siege at the compound with the aid of Chinese troops. Eventually however, the forces of the Eight-Nation Alliance arrive and lift the siege over the legations district and put down the rebellion, an event which foreshadowed the demise of the Qing Dynasty.

4:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

C'mon Harold, yah, Wild Bunch has a good beaner in it, but 4 White dudes kill off half the beaner army! But Telefon (one of my favs also) has the jooo Charles Bronson starring, thatz gotta' be worse!

Try "The Black Robe" also, not from Hollywierd, a French/French Canadian co-production, shows the way the American Indian REALLY was, trash the silly Dances With Wolves.

How about Death Wish II, yah, Hymie Bronson again, but he wacks big bunches of muds and whiggers, kind of in a "how-to" manner, was also a big fav of Robert Mathews.

For artistic, try "Blinded by the Sun", from 1991, showing the excesses of the Bolsheviks, in Russian but the version you rent here will have English subtitles.

And how about Terminator, when was the last time you saw a blond male and a blond female as the good guys, and mating with, not their mud co-stars, but, gasp, each other!

And Re; Mad Max, itz time we recognized and approved of vengeance as a perfectly good reason to kill people who need killing.

Mike Petersen

7:06 PM  
Blogger The Old Man said...

I recommend Telefon not because of the cast, but because of the plot line--seemingly normal people get a mysterious phone call that tells them they have "miles to go before they sleep" and they then turn into brainwashed zombies who go out and commit violent acts before self-destructing. Kind of remind anyone of anything, like these convenient "assault rifle" rampages, etc?

Like I said, this is Hollywood and NONE of these will be letter perfect,

12:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps add Conan the Barbarian, again not hollywood, a Euro production, Philosophy by Nietzsche, great adventure type soundtrack by Basil Poledouris, and the evil 'groid gets beheaded at the end. The most-hated by liberals movie of all time, haha, that has to count for something

And my all-time fav "B" flick, "Deathstalker", again not Hollywood, made in Spain with the usual Spanish women-are-property-and-should-be-
scantily-clad mentality, an uber-Nordish type wacks all manner of undesireables and helps the yeomanry to rip apart the local tyrant (literally rip apart, with horses)

Would like to see "Dr Strangelove" and "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" on the list, yet again not Hollywood, both are British-made, nothing pro-Racialist, but then not much anti-White sentiment either, and both are hilarious, sometimes a good laugh really helps the morale. And Dr S was made by the late jooo-hating Jew Stanley Kramer.

Mike Petersen

1:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pity that Michael Collins was such a poor film. The Wild Bunch remains one of my all time favourites despite the greaser. Jud Suess is actually not a bad film aside from the pleasure of watching kikes being shown true to life. Kingdom of Heaven, about the Crusades, wasn't bad. High Noon should be in there too.

12:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why do you think Michael Collins was a bad film, Brian? I rather liked it, allowing for the fact (as I always do) that NOTHING THAT COMES OUT OF HOLLYWOOD WILL EVER BE PERFECT.

11:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I come from a family which was fanatically pro Collins and anti deValera. It doesn't matter much nowadays, what with Ireland being enriched by sub humans, faggots and whatnot, but it was a serious business in my parents' generation. You've lived here so you have some understanding of it.
I was disappointed with the film because it seemed to have been made for Irish Americans rather than an Irish audience. I suppose that maudlin sentimentality annoys me and seems to be a favourite with Hollywood and American audiences.
I shouldn't criticize it too much. I guess that it was a good thing that it was made at least.
The Wind that Shakes the Barley was another that disappointed. That because some of the actors were rank amateurs. Even if a film has a good theme and is not polluted with PC it can still be a bad production.

8:08 AM  

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