Posts Tagged ‘America’

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Young Nazi wannabees invade Mexico and start shit in Cancun. Generation Fucktard partying through the apocalypse…

Irony escapes douchebros:
Spring breakers on Cancun cruise chant ‘Build that wall’

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Hollywood Mythology: How White Men Save the World

Some controversy over race and nationalism in Hollywood. But does he overstate his case:

Defending the decision to cast Damon in the lead role, director Zhang Yimou wrote, “Our film is not about the construction of the Great Wall …The arrival of (Damon’s) character in our story is an important plot point. There are five major heroes in our story and he is one of them – the other four are all Chinese. The collective struggle and sacrifice of these heroes are the emotional heart of our film.

 

I think another unmentioned problem, deserving of its own entire article is Hollywood’s myth about the hero/mercenary. This Great Wall film has Damon as a mercenary, a gun for hire, and yet he is praised by the director as a “hero.” So we already know where that’s going.

There is much propaganda to chew on. That insipid alien invasion crap Independence Day suffered from the same ailments. Nearly all big budget Hollywood films today are chock full of American propaganda and militarism.

 

As Sardar and Davies observe, “The myth of the reluctant hero is used to camouflage the fact that the majority of Americans actually do believe that America has the right to be imperial.

 

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Alex Jones’ minions tried to ambush Van Jones, and he gave one of the best political interviews ever.

 

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Americans Don’t Trust Our Institutions Because They Fail To Prosecute Crooks Like Hillary

…And the Bush junta.

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Half of Americans think presidential nominating system ‘rigged’ – poll

Some 51 percent of likely voters who responded to the April 21-26 online survey said they believed the primary system was “rigged” against some candidates. Some 71 percent of respondents said they would prefer to pick their party’s nominee with a direct vote, cutting out the use of delegates as intermediaries.