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Black Sea

Black Sea (2014) (115 mins)

Director – Kevin Macdonald

Starring – Jude Law, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn

Premise – A recently fired submarine captain takes a one-time job to search the depths of the Black sea for a Nazi U-boat encumbered with gold. 1,310 more words

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VIDEO: Kevin MacDonald on White Dispossession

I just wanted to share this video with you guys (~69 minutes) of a lecture that professor Kevin MacDonald, also editor of The Occidental Observer… 80 more words

Reactionary

0317 | How I Live Now

Based on Meg Rosoff’s award-winning novel and directed by Kevin Macdonald, How I Live Now is a film set in rural England that opts for a (slightly) different take on blossoming love in times of war and peace, and one that I’ve been looking forward to watching since it came out on a limited release nearly two years ago. 1,004 more words

Film

The Last King of Scotland

The feature debut of documentarian Kevin Maconald (Marley), The Last King of Scotland is a 2006 historical thriller – not about Alex Salmond, but former Ugandan President Idi Amin (Forest Whittaker). 298 more words

Reviews

MacDonald: White guilt Charleston confidence blow

Agree sadly with this, but I believe a temporary setback.

The deluge of media coverage and White guilt induction will cause even many who are now on board with the need to assert White identity and White interests to feel less confident about their beliefs.

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America

The Last King of Scotland (2006)

Temperature: Warm
Sometimes we choose to have a blind side for the event that go around our world. We can decide to expand that blindness regardless of what we hear from other people. 644 more words

Drama

Political Correctness in Whites

Interesting interview with Kevin MacDonald here looking at theories of political correctness from an evolutionary perspective.

MacDonald believes choking political correctness defined as a moral group imperative contrary to the interests of the group, as experienced by Whites (and sometimes historically without Jewish influence) has its roots in early Northern European, what he calls ‘Hunter/Gatherer’ populations who adapted for a trust and reputation-based system over direct family kinship. 709 more words

Race