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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 206
The Last [White Male] Jedi

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Greg Johnson and John Morgan discuss Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Also, see Trevor Lynch’s review here. See also E;R’s “The Farce Engorges” video. 

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  1. Captain John Charity Spring MA
    Posted December 23, 2017 at 9:38 am | Permalink

    Unearned Guilt.


  2. Posted December 24, 2017 at 11:43 am | Permalink

    Molyneux’s take on The Last Jedi contains some pretty good interpretations. SM appears to approach films from a Jungian perspective, an approach I favor, where art and creativity is seen as a negotiation between the conscious mind and the unconscious. The artist (in this case, Rian Johnson) is sometimes not fully conscious of the trajectory of his characters nor the arc of his story’s narrative, lest the artwork become a fully-controlled, pedagogical failure. (To the degree The Last Jedi fails, methinx it can be attributed to the heavy-handedness of its creator: e.g., pointless digressions about animal rights, child labor, war profiteering, mansplaining, the higher wisdom of cat ladies, etc.)

    SM sees the depiction of an embittered and alone Luke Skywalker, who has turned his back on society and any higher sense of purpose, as an allegory for the plight of the white male today (and the slow death of white civilization itself.) Unlike previous Jedi masters, Luke has no ‘lineage’. The Jedi Order is near extinction. Luke’s behavior on the island is only missing an addiction to opiates.

    SM makes the nice observation that

    The planet Crait has a white salt surface (i.e., white skin) that is red underneath the surface, just like a white body. It is interesting that this is the locale where an unbridled fury and firepower is collectively aimed at the ‘image’ of Luke Skywalker (i.e., a projection which the self-loathing Kylo Ren thinks is the ‘reality’ of this white man.)

    Kylo Ren’s admonition that “you have to break from the past, and kill it if you have to” is something aimed only at whites. One doesn’t hear today, for example, blacks being told they must “break from their past” and kill it if necessary. Ditto for Muslim refugees coming to Europe today. No, this advice is only for whites.

    The increasingly and almost fetishistically diversified Resistance fails throughout the entire film. Their ‘successes’ are to barely escape total destruction by The First Order. SM sees this as an unconscious acknowledgement by RJ that more diversity equals more failure.

    • Captain John Charity Spring MA
      Posted December 24, 2017 at 12:56 pm | Permalink

      It’s great. The Space-Nazis can’t stop winning.

  3. Posted December 24, 2017 at 6:16 pm | Permalink

    Well, this NYT story (“The Women Who Run the ‘Star Wars’ Universe”) explains a lot.

    Have a strong stomach reading it.

  4. Pietas
    Posted January 3, 2018 at 6:43 pm | Permalink

    Enjoyed the discussion. I like the characterization of the films as farcical. The scene that struck me as ridiculously farcical was the(hypertrophically extended) ending when they turn all the firepower of the army on one individual. Cartoonishly laughable in tone. But there were some good scenes and some real wit in this film I thought. Actually I thot the new director did a fairly good job considering the weak premises and hollow characters he was handed.

    I see now the force awakens as simply a psychosexual fantasy of a certain kind of person. There is no handsome European male lead, all nonwhite minorities, and a pretty female white sex object. All young whites are in evil roles. This is basically a Star Wars remade to their liking.

    On Lucas white slavers comment, do you think he alludes to child anakin, who is a white slave to Watoo, who has a certain symbolic quality…?

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