Subversive Media and the Jewish Mind

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
Anyone who claims that any man or woman is outside of Christ's ability to redeem is committing blasphemy.

Meanwhile to concern one's self with the infintesimally tiny number of cryptojewish Christians is to ignore the elephant in the room, that being the great number of entirely European cryptosatanist and cryptoluciferian Christians.
 
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ScannerLIV

Woodpecker
Back in the last year of high school, I remember feeling sad by the end of Pleasantville. While I could not possibly see its insidious programming and the attempt to elevate or attack white patriarchy, the single motherhood, multi-multiculturalism, etc-these were not concepts instilled into high school in the early 2000's, I knew, as reasonably moral young kid-and this without any sort of guidance or teaching from family, school and others- that the general message was wrong. I specifically hated the sister whose' sexuality and selfishness were used as literal and primary vehicles, or plot devices, to destroy Pleasantvillie. I didn't understand how the mother could have cheated on her husband, and loathed her when she was featured in a painting, naked. Even I felt sympathy for all of the supposedly bad white men, the mayor included. I knew there was something fucked up about this film, but could not have articulated any of it.

I specifically remembered explaining the lust as primarily plot device to my older sister. Imagined this, testosterone-raging high school kid who'd give his left nut to have a different woman to mate with every night, as would every single teenager, understanding that it was absolutely wrong and immoral. Or maybe I just saw it simply as cheap film plot device. Of course, it went over her head and it remains among her favorite films. I was simply reading too much into the film.

Boy, how little I read into the film!
 
Friends, ruined a lot of younger genX men and women and their communication expectations of relationships..

Mainly women I would say

Jennifer Anniston was the only "hot woman on the show". I think it contributed a lot to woman's insane standards for relationships today and made the idea of having male beta orbiters mainstream. The fact that the show was such a hit in the UK whilst Seinfeld is barely heard off just says it all (not saying that Seinfeld is holier than the pope but at least it is actually funny and larry david drops red pill truths quiet often). If anything is popular in the UK you just got to know it has to be anti masculine in nature.

Friends portrayed the male characters to look so stupid and foolish. Chandler and Ross were simps and Joey who had the most alpha qualities out of the trio was portrayed as being a dumb oaf. It's amazing how in the space of three years you go from Alpha male Sam Malone in Cheers to the pathetic excuses of men that you get in Friends. Also in the case of Joey they really stress that Masculine = bad. No wonder I see so many urban women with pathetic men nowadays whilst having two or more bad boys on the side. Alpha fucks for beta bucks

I watched a few episodes recently (It's repeated on terrestrial TV in the UK very often) and the Pheobe character is so awful and dis-likeable. What makes things even worse is that I have met women in real life who act the same way and think it's funny and cool. If you want to have a decent relationship with a female then my advice to you is to keep them away from Social media and watching 'Friends'.
 
TV shows and movies, never really got into the habit of watching. Growing up we only had one TV in the house and my parents controlled that. The closest my brothers and I got to the TV was when we were called out of the back room to come change the channel or fix the rabbit ears. Oh, we did get to watch Saturday morning cartoons, and Batman after school, during the summer after noon they would play monster movies, Godzilla and stuff. The rest of the time my parents watched lame crap, The Rockford Files, Leave it to Beaver and so on. Movies? It was all rated G stuff when we went, except for the drive-ins when we watched Clint Eastwood shooting people up in a Western. My parents were super Christian strict so we had to find other ways to entertain ourselves, reading and playing outside.

The most TV I ever watched was when I was in High School hanging out at a friends house watching MTV and smoking pot and even then it was only for a couple of hours before we were outside doing something else, playing frisbee or softball or something similar.

My current wife watches a LOT of TV and so I have seen some horrible stuff. She picked out one show for me that she thought I would like about pirates, Black Sails, nope, Ol Cap'n Flint is a faggot. Penny Dreadful, I like monsters and scary stuff, nope, again faggots. I will occasionally put on some old black and white stuff, she at first complained but then started noticing a big difference and now likes the old stuff.

I do notice all the horrid commercials and the stupid brainwashing skits, so lame. Also, I have noticed something, comedies are not funny, horror is not scary, they all start right off the bat with nudity and sex, regardless of what it is supposed to be about. Sex, sex, sex, filth, filth, filth all of it is garbage that I wouldn't even let my dog look at for fear it would warp his mind. Which is what all of this stuff does, it has destroyed any innocence anyone may have, now you can't look anywhere without a poisoned thought. Horrible!
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
One of Devon Stack's best works is his in depth analysis of Pleasantville as a masterful propaganda work aimed at GenXers, a superb, must-see documentary:


The essay form is found on his site here:



Edit: I've already covered it last summer, but will leave it here in case readers haven't seen Blackpilled's brilliant doc.
 
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nagareboshi

Woodpecker
That's also the power of programming like Black Panther, which creates an alternate reality of world history, the notion that Black Africa would have led the world and created a scientifically advanced society if it weren't for white colonialism, merging fantasy with reality in order to provide a historic proof, blurring the lines of reality and fiction, in order to further undermine the foundations of western civilization. Here's a pozzed review to the film:

"I’ve seen Black Panther twice, and by the time you read this, I’ll probably have seen it three times—three encounters with this dazzler of a movie, each one filled with nothing short of breathtaking awe.

Wakanda, the kingdom of our titular hero, is more than a gilded city. It’s the metaphor of the possibility of an uncolonized Africa, a diaspora that works as a collective whole.

Vibranium makes an excellent metaphor for the Black people, or anyone with African heritage. Black culture is seen as a crown jewel in pop culture, and like Vibranium, it’s been taken and abused in the form of appropriation. "

If the foundation of western civilization is about conquest and stealing, then it seems like those foundations are not rooted in Christ at all.

Black Panther is a bad social phenomenon because it has the same Marvel Avengers cathartic effect, which is so dangerous to young caucasians, on Africans. It is bad because it co-opts African economic independence as something that is identical to Hollywood morality. By granting people catharsis, they lose the motivation to live virtuous public lives.

The entire cycle is completely insidious when you think about it. Step one, destroy the actual spirit of the historical black panthers. Step two, resurrect it under corporate supervision.
 
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911

Peacock
Gold Member
The Black Panthers were subverted right from the start, with handler-financiers like trotskyite David Horowitz, one of the many tribal trotskyites posing as conservatives today. They turned Black nationalism into a communist whitey-hating revolutionary movement instead of a nation-building philosophy that independent Black nationalists like Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X advocated.

BLM is on exactly the same line today, so has the NAACP.


“former communists like David Horowitz felt Marx's real "vanguard" was the Jews, who had been involved in every revolutionary movement since the fall of the Temple (David Horowitz, The Politics of Bad Faith [1998]).”
― E. Michael Jones,
 
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PaulC

Robin
Another good example would be Five Easy Pieces (1970) starring Jack Nicholson. It was produced and co-written by Bob Rafelson. The white people in the film are depicted as blue-collar losers with the exception of Nicholson's family who are wealthy but dysfunctional. Nicholson's character is portrayed as a secret genius and also completely shiftless and amoral. (Transposing Hollywood screenwriter's perceptions of themselves and their lifestyle choices onto the All-American leading man.)

The film also portrayed a lesbian couple, common today but well outside the norm at the time. The film was added to the National Film Registry in the Library of Congress for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". The ending is often lauded as one of greatest in film history. How does it end? They stop for gas and his pregnant girlfriend goes into a diner to get coffee. He hitches a ride on a logging truck and abandons her. The end.

 

Punchitchewie

Woodpecker
Friends is extremely bad.

I remember how the girls in my grade school all got really into Friends. I never really watched Friends, except to look at Jennifer Aniston, until recently and now I am shocked how bad Friends is. It is extremely subversive.
You think that friends is just “bad” watch it without the laugh track. It’s utter trash.

evidently the laugh track is a Hollywood trick to subconscious condition people into thinking that what is being said is the group consensus. It’s a really neat psychological trick.

John Oliver has perfected it. Basically he provides “subject”, group laughs at said “subject” confirming he is correct. Then he moves on before you have time to consciously question it. Repeat this every 20-30 seconds for an entire episode
 
It's even worse in the Big Bang Theory. They literally wait for the laugh track to stop so they can resume their lines.

One video with no track had Sheldon acting foolish in a comic book store, ultimately running out the door.
 

Punchitchewie

Woodpecker
It's even worse in the Big Bang Theory. They literally wait for the laugh track to stop so they can resume their lines.

One video with no track had Sheldon acting foolish in a comic book store, ultimately running out the door.
I did the LA tour of universal and Warner bros. Literally everything in Hollywood is fake.
I was in the audience for a filming of Big Bang. It ain’t funny....

Another way Hollywood has subverted our culture is by making awkward defeatist losers out to be heroes or cool. Superbad is the perfect example of this
 
You think that friends is just “bad” watch it without the laugh track. It’s utter trash.

evidently the laugh track is a Hollywood trick to subconscious condition people into thinking that what is being said is the group consensus. It’s a really neat psychological trick.

John Oliver has perfected it. Basically he provides “subject”, group laughs at said “subject” confirming he is correct. Then he moves on before you have time to consciously question it. Repeat this every 20-30 seconds for an entire episode
I didn't think it was super funny but didn't think it was trash either. I just thought the pacing was off. If it was faster it would've been fine to me.
 

Aizen

Kingfisher
Watching Seinfeld, Friends, or frankly any show with a laugh track is a grade A normie activity. A bage of honor, almost. If I meet someone for the first time and they mention these shows in any regard, it's hard to take them seriously going forward. I've come across people who seem to have genuinely modeled their conversational patterns and personalities to mirror scripted sitcom characters. Think about the effect this has on clueless women. Ever see a feminine woman star in any of these shows? In a prominent role? Yeah, me neither.

It's sorry to hear that some guys are still attached to these sitcoms, but there comes a point when a man has to distance himself from evil sources, even if a fond memory remains. There are several movies I 'grew up on' that I now denounce, because in retrospect it was merely subversive programming. Seeing the Truth and living it is much more important than living out warped memories of blue-pilled nostalgia.
 

PaulC

Robin
Interestingly...I’ve noticed the same thing. Americans in particular tend to model their social personas off of television characters.
Watch young women holding their phone out in front of themselves when talking, rather than holding it up to their ear. That trend started from aping reality television shows. The "reality" characters on those programmes are told to hold the phone in that manner so that the camera can pick up both sides of the conversation.
 
Watch young women holding their phone out in front of themselves when talking, rather than holding it up to their ear. That trend started from aping reality television shows. The "reality" characters on those programmes are told to hold the phone in that manner so that the camera can pick up both sides of the conversation.
It's better this way to reduce EMF waves hitting your head/skull at full force.
 

Mr Gibbs

Woodpecker
This thread honestly triggered a memory for me. I was maybe about 12 or 13, sometime around my early teens, when I visited some family my cousins aunt and uncle. Often times we would watch movies and play halo or go out and play tag.

I remember around that time a movie came out, this movie coupled with my cousins affinity for having a new pretty girlfriend was a real down point for me as a fairly sheltered, isolated and overweight youngster.

The movie? 40 year old virgin.

I remember liking it and sympathizing with borderline autistic main character. However that movie really instilled in me a sense of self loathing for being a virgin and not having the capabilities of asking a girl out for years to come. That movie and many others, Superbad especially.

Unfortunately this was about the time I discovered pornography and it was really a snowballing effect of loneliness, isolation and self loathing. All of which I tried to sooth with contemporary and orthodox liberal psychology. Needless to say none of that crap worked or works.

Now as I’m older and have learned precisely the opposite of the mainstream pop psychology for why everything seems suck so much, I look back on my formative years and realize the utter misery that these subversive and evil messages do to kids and teens.

Anyway glory be to God for saving me from that hell, and I’ve vowed to never allow these Jewish subverters to harm the minds of my kids, God willing.

Granted there are Gentiles who worked on these movies but they’re predominantly headed by Jews and the messages are, in and of themselves, Jewish.
 
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