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  1. Ripley is one of the few healthy female leads in cinema. She has a strong mother vibe in contrast with “grrrl power” leads. Shame she won’t be in Prometheus.

  2. ripley is all grrrl power and this will be more anti White man, you go girllll PC bullshit.

    Like every thing coming out of jewwood. What’s worse is White people pay to see the trash insulating them and funds our enemy at the same time

    Few things disappoint me more is how White men watch TV movies etc and enjoy being ridiculed by what they watch

  3. I watched all the previews. Very much looking forward to seeing it. And I watch no TV and very few movies. But I do enjoy good sci-fi. This one apparently combines themes about the ancient past and the future. Very interesting.

  4. I can’t wait to go see this. Space is the white mans last frontier. How cool would it be if we terraformed Mars and it was 1492 again? It would be a giant virgin wilderness for the white man to tame and carve a civilization out of. Maybe thats why Obama canceled the space program.

    Ridley Scott is one of the best film makers out there. Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator nw this. Even when a films message is complete pc bullshit like in Kingdom of Heaven it’s atleast still well made and entertaining.

    The best pro-white man movie I’ve seen in the last 5 years give or take is probably Taken with Liam Neeson. The entire movie is him killing and beating up a bunch of hodgies that kidnapped his daughter.

  5. “Ripley is one of the few healthy female leads in cinema. She has a strong mother vibe in contrast with “grrrl power”

    That’s what I thought, too. In Aliens, Ripley was believable as a bada## going back and facing down the xenomorphs because she was rescuing her “daughter.” Mother-bear type stuff. It really happens in real life occasionally that a woman will face death to save her child. And since Ripley knew her own family was long dead, it made sense she’d feel extremely mother-protective to orphaned Newt.
    Also, the men weren’t being cowards — everyone but Hicks was dead, and he was out cold with a head injury, and Bishop was the only one who could pilot the escape craft. Ripley did what she did because she was the only one who even could. And she could accomplish what she did because she was armed to the teeth — far more plausible than today’s stereotype of unarmed MMA-type a##-kicking babes who weigh 110 but nonetheless singlehandedly drop a half-dozen jarheads.

  6. Mary … Thank you, I never liked him.
    You don’t just “think” about becoming Muslim.
    Looks like Liam wants his ass ravaged on “Man Love Thursday”.

  7. Eh, Sci-fi. The ‘opiate of the masses’ for those who don’t (or won’t) understand that THIS earth is ALL THERE IS, and that Adamic (White) Man is the summum bonum of God’s creation. Moreover, there are no ‘alternate saviours’ because the Incarnation of Jesus Christ into White, Adamic flesh is a ‘forever’ affair.

    His resurrected body is not only white, but shines with the Shekinah glory of Divinity, as Adam’s did, before the Fall.

    As we shall in the new heavens and new earth when God will be “all IN all.”
    That’s why Meso-American tribes, and Asian tribes in the Tarim Basin, considered the bearded, white ‘gods’ who came among them, as if they were divine.

    We ARE different. Always have been, as long as we don’t miscegenate with the ‘goyim.’ (Hey, why do you allow/countenance this type of thought among Rev. 2:9 poseurs, yet find it ‘odd’ when spoken of within your own race? Think, people.)

  8. Are Charlize Theron and Scarlet Johannson the same person, by any chance. Also, anyone who wants to see the latest anti-white atrocity, just google “Intouchables” and try to guess how many impressionable liberals will be getting their Amy Biehl awards after they take the movie’s premise seriously.

  9. I love HR Giger artwork, I hope they used it in this one too. If anyone knows please post. He worked on the original aliens movie and his influence can be seen in a lot of films like species.

  10. I’ll probably give this film a watch too, and I never go to movies though I do watch them on the net on occasion. Most of my reading is non-fiction, but my guilty pleasure is early science fiction/horror from the late 19th-the early 20th century. The works of Lovecraft, Merritt, Burroughs, Howard, the Rosny brothers. All were writers of unabashedly pro-White fantasy literature. Lately “Lost Race” fiction has captured my imagination. The lost races are typically Aryan and have managed to survive with advanced technology in Anarctica, or at the center of the Earth, etc. This type of pulp fiction has disappeared in our unimaginative times.

  11. Hollywood is all about nigger worship.

    But Bollywood is all about white worship.

    Has skin whitening in India gone too far?

    One wannabe actress told me she failed to get parts in films because directors bluntly told her she was too black.

    You only have to look at posters and ads in India to see glamorous Bollywood stars who, thanks to a bit of graphics software, have dramatically lighter skin tones – with others going the whole hog and endorsing the products.

    etc.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-18268914

  12. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Intouchables

    In the United States, a review published in Variety finds the movie “offensive”, “which flings about the kind of Uncle Tom racism one hopes has permanently exited American screens”.[6] In the film Driss (Omar Sy) is of Senegalese descent. Most French journalists do not understand such an interpretation and highlight the cultural issue that America has with anything linked to ethnicity.[7]

    LOL, there really is no winning, is there?

  13. “2012: They Come to America” has about much chance as “Auschwitz: Why The Gas Chambers Are A Myth” and “The Last Days of the Big Lie” have of making into mainstream theaters, unfortunately. On TCTA website, Lynch talks about the trouble he had getting into film festivals, and how he can’t get a distributor to carry it. People will have to order the DVD off a website, but I will watch it one way or another.

    BTW,
    http://www.holocaustdenialvideos.com/

  14. At first I thought you said “BOLLYwood.” And all I could see were ugly Indians (dot, not feather) dancing in saris to some bastard “hindisco” music.

    Ugh.

    Yeah I like Dolly Parton, too. Though, why she surrounds herself with Niggers in film and video, pretending they and she share the same Christian faith, boggles my mind.
    But, then, there are a couple of other reasons Dolly boggles my mind, as well….

  15. @Fr John
    LOL. Yes, she can be quite “boogling”.
    To tell you honestly, I do think that she has sold out.
    She seems to have held out longer than most others in show business.
    I don’t care for the sold-out Dolly at all.
    I just remember her from the past when she was real. That’s the Dolly I love.

  16. I remember listening to Art Bell a while back. He was interviewing some physicist about making “contact”. The academic was all about making contact, thought it was such a noble goal to reach out to aliens, etc. Anyway, Art posed the question: “What if aliens have malicious intent? Isn’t seeking contact opening a potential can of worms?” Predictably, the leftist academic could not perceive that possibility. He was so certain that an alien race had to be noble, higher evolved, etc. that he could not even conceive of the possibility that it might not be a good idea. It really gives insight into their mindset, it’s endemic.

  17. “What if aliens have malicious intent? Isn’t seeking contact opening a potential can of worms?” Predictably, the leftist academic could not perceive that possibility. He was so certain that an alien race had to be noble, higher evolved, etc. that he could not even conceive of the possibility that it might not be a good idea”

    The idea of an alien race being noble higher evolved came from this line of reasoning: (Carl Sagan, maybe?) Look, before Homo Sapiens even ever managed to climb out of the gravity well of its home planet, it darn near destroyed itself with the awesome power of the atom bomb. It stands to reason that other spacefaring, technological species might have experienced the same chain of events. That those creatures survived to wield the awesome powers necessary to wander among the stars without killing yourself with it in wars, (which such powers are as far beyond the atom bomb as the atom bomb is to rock-throwing,)
    implies the starfaring species must have learned how to control its fits of pique.
    Being naturally, or evolving into, such self-controlled creatures, why would they want to torment US?
    I used to buy that line of reasoning

    But what if, maybe technological civs soon after the first rocket launch, reach Singularity and become Machines — and those emotionless machines, while meaning no harm, mean no benefit, either?
    Or what if the spacefaring species brings along with it a parasite or disease that can infect new lifeforms at First Contact? And maybe even these wonderful aliens don’t realize/ don’t mean for their parasites/disease to be of danger to us? Us Earthlings would be just as screwed as if the Space Jockeys were deliberately the bad guys.

  18. @Moderator
    Pease delete “Quasi Spoilery”. Conspiracy theory!
    It’s simply appalling, I tell you. LOL

  19. “Actress Charlize Theron Adopts Black Baby Boy”

    Any Jewish Hollywood actresses forced to adopt black kids to keep working?

    .
    “How cool would it be if we terraformed Mars and it was 1492 again? It would be a giant virgin wilderness for the white man to tame and carve a civilization out of.”

    I think White people need stuff like that to get fully motivated.

  20. I will see it in 3D next week unless the crowds are just too much and I’ll wait a few weeks. Reports about the 3d effects are excellent. I am always amazed at these actresses adopting black babies from Africa no less!

  21. Just watched it. Haji copy. Good movie.

    “I used to buy that line of reasoning”

    My point was much simpler.

    “It really gives insight into their mindset, it’s endemic.”

    These people embrace the alien at the expense of beauty, honor, and their brother. Their twisted minds see embracing the alien as their raison d’etre. They are suicidal, and they must be stopped. In their narcissistic search for vindication, they have forgotten the prime directive of life. Above all else, ensure the survival of thy posterity.

    Prometheus drives this point home with a sledge.

  22. “Actress Charlize Theron Adopts Black Baby Boy”

    Any Jewish Hollywood actresses forced to adopt black kids to keep working?

    Who knows, but its obviously becoming very common amongst Hollywood stars and even cycling Tour de France winners (Austie, Cadel Evans). She’s an uber-activist (i.e pro-choice, PETA, same same sex marriage, South Africa). She’s even involved with “vegan unisex shoes” inspired by the African baobab tree – the next Air Jordans, I’m sure.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlize_Theron#Activism

  23. “… much as the polished English actor, who is just another actor in London, “lays them out in the aisles” in the Iowa hustings.”

    Perhaps in days gone by but presently such actors strike Iowans as effeminate if not flaming homosexuals.

  24. Chalize Theron is the result of our feminized state. She is definitely missing a good left brain in her life, as are most “liberated” females.

  25. I used to buy that line of reasoning

    But what if, maybe technological civs soon after the first rocket launch, reach Singularity and become Machines — and those emotionless machines, while meaning no harm, mean no benefit, either?
    Or what if the spacefaring species brings along with it a parasite or disease that can infect new lifeforms at First Contact? And maybe even these wonderful aliens don’t realize/ don’t mean for their parasites/disease to be of danger to us? Us Earthlings would be just as screwed as if the Space Jockeys were deliberately the bad guys.

    “Enlightened” has become a code word for stupid.

    Let’s just leave sentiment aside for a moment, and examine self-interest, shall we?

    You’re the alien captain of a starship that can destroy planets. You come across a star system in the Orion Cluster. A species calling itself “human” has colonized several of the worlds in this system, and your science officer has shown you an analysis of their technological trend lines and their breeding habits. He concludes that unless stopped, this species will cover the galaxy like moss on a rock within 300k years. What do you do?

    A) Make nice.
    B) Wipe them out as completely as possible.

    I think it’s pretty obvious what an intelligent species would do.

    The question is, WTF good can come out of this species leaving us alone? What bad could come out of annihilating us?

    There’s also the flip side of Sagan’s logic: any spacefaring species will have had to have solved the “idiotic libtard” problem; otherwise, it would support BRA over space exploration, and be pulled down into the pot by the other crabs.

  26. Fortunately, I think the math shows that we’re likely to be the ones facing the alien captain’s choice above (whether we’re capable of making the right decision is another matter). We’re in an old section of the galaxy, orbiting a star older than most in that section, let alone the galaxy. The time it took life to evolve on Earth was a substantial fraction of the age of the universe. All of human history is a tiny sliver of that time. Plenty of time for a space-faring species to take over the galaxy, but that hasn’t happened yet. The odds that some species out there is in the process of doing it now, just when we’re within a century of starting the process ourselves, seems infinitesimal. Fermi’s Paradox isn’t a paradox, it’s just evidence of absence.

    The odds are that we are one of a handful of species with the potential for serious space colonization.

  27. Meant to add, a ball park figure for maximum practical speed is .2-.4 of light speed. So, 500k years to get to the furthest end of the galaxy, max. Not very long at all compared to the age of the universe. Again, the odds that some other species happens to be doing it at just this moment seem pretty low.

  28. Maybe some Godlike species (travels through worm holes, peeks into timelines) wipes out space-faring threats before they can become a nuisance.

  29. Earth has some seriously sexy up-sides, btw. Magnetosphere protects the atmosphere, sweet spot orbit, nice leafy suburb of the Milky Way, old planet, old star, old neighborhood (old = time to evolve), shitload of water, etc.

  30. “There’s also the flip side of Sagan’s logic: any spacefaring species will have had to have solved the “idiotic libtard” problem; otherwise, it would support BRA over space exploration, and be pulled down into the pot by the other crabs.”

    This was the point I was trying to make, you put it best.

    Any space-faring civilization would have to be nationalist and domineering. Look at America when she went to the moon, the Redstone and Saturn rockets were built by nazis and racist whites in the Jim Crow south. Look at the Imperial powers on earth. Not exactly “friendly” to the natives, were they? And look what happened when they did “make nice”. They became BRA and the UK of savages.

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