South Africa – Anti-Apartheid Movies

While, I sympathize strongly with them, I cannot deny race realism and the fact Black South Africans are strongly genetically disadvantaged.

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Well, last night I checked out the movie, and it’s odd that Tim Robbins who normally plays a nice guy (Shawshank Redemption, Jacob’s Ladder) plays this unrepentant Afrikaner police chief.  I see his role as harsh, but considering race realism and the desire for public safety, I can’t blame his actions on the movie. I mean, what cops are soft anywhere, anyway?  How can they be ?

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I’ve seen about all the anti-Apartheid movies, and it’s obvious they are massively true, but they’re biased in portrayal. I mean, there’s no denying the oppression, but it’s never brought up that it was inevitable.

I can also say the same with anti-segregation movies in the US – like Mississippi Burning.

But what’s the solution? Well, I’d say, to the disgust of White Nationalists – more race mixing to remove the genetic disadvantage (and that’s happening now in the US on a significant scale at the moment anyway).

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  1. But what’s the solution? Well, I’d say, to the disgust of white nationalists – more race mixing to remove the genetic disadvantage (and that’s happening now in the US on a massive scale).

    I think there was an experiment that would alter the DNA of blacks or other races to white. I mean if you can clone a sheep, how difficult would it to make everyone white.

    Not that I would want to look like a fucking Scandinavian blonde haired god. So overrated. But yea, a few additional inches and fake abs didn’t hurt anyone!

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