I finally saw this year’s Oscar winner for Best Picture, Everything Everywhere All at Once, by directing duo Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, and enjoyed the film. Like many of you , I think it’s a shame Tár didn’t win, and note that The Banshees of Inisherin also didn’t win — but I think many of you are glad about that. Nevertheless, Everything Everywhere All at Once hits all the bases for this year’s woke base — but it’s also a fun movie, very fast-paced and a visual delight. (more…)
For all their bluster, strutting, truculence, and tough talk, blacks are remarkably thin-skinned. I’m not so sure how they roll in other parts of the world, such as in their African Urheimat, but this is certainly notable in the United States. I only know of one ethnic group touchier than that, but feigned helplessness is their usual approach. (more…)
Sacheen Littlefeather: The Latest “Pretendian” to Get Scalped
As we gather together to celebrate Halloween, let us not forget those who’ve dressed up in Injun costumes their entire lives to milk the eternally credulous American public of its sympathy and wampum.
In 1973, around the time that all the fat had started to slowly strangle the talent and sanity out of Marlon Brando, the adipose thespian and pioneer of unbridled celebrity social-justice sanctimony received a Best Actor Oscar for his performance in The Godfather. (more…)
One of my first memories of Will Smith is him decking the alien in Independence Day. I liked that film, with all of its subversive elements and even its anti-white moments. Before my red-pilling, I considered it a fun diversion. (more…)
Last Sunday night, the world witnessed a black man being assaulted at the Academy Awards.
He was assaulted by another black man. Hopelessly complicating matters is the fact that the assailant was Will Smith, widely regarded as one of the most wholesomely antiseptic black celebrities on Earth.
In the late 1980s, when Smith, performing as part of duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, won the first-ever Grammy for Best Rap Performance in honor of their almost toothache-inducingly corny song “Parents Just Don’t Understand,” there was an unspoken cultural consensus that when it came to blacks and whites, there were very fine people on both sides. (more…)