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Washington DC and The Holy Land>“First Man”: Finally! A movie glorifying white males
Prison Bitch 10:08 AM 02-11-2019
Indescribable movie. Hard to put into a single message post. It’s remarkable seeing a pro-white male message from Hollyweird. It’s extremely patriotic too. I can’t see the YouTube embed feature since I don’t have an account but here’s the 3-min launch scene of Apollo 11, sending Neil into human history.

https://youtu.be/9LzDdfcNsXo



Did you know polls showed black America opposed the space program? Did you know libshits went down to Canaveral to protest the “injustices” of the NASA budgets? And a month later cried and moaned about it even at Woodstock too?
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Detoxing 10:56 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Already saw it in the theater with my 7 year old. It was a lot of fun.
"Look son, their women have no hair. Look at their big lips and funny clothes! See, this is why we need a wall".
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Prison Bitch 11:00 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by ChiTown:
Nope. Not gonna watch it. I plan to continue to absorb myself with my white guilt until my brothers & sisters are freed from being enslaved.
Watch that 3-min launch clip in my O.P. It’s the most powerful clip in movie history to me because it’s real. It was the crowning achievement of humankind, as it started in a 36-story rocket.
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Detoxing 11:06 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Watch that 3-min launch clip in my O.P. It’s the most powerful clip in movie history to me because it’s real. It was the crowning achievement of humankind, as it started in a 36-story rocket.
I'm sure it's a great movie. I plan on seeing it and adding it to the thousands long list of movies i've seen with a white triumphant protagonists.
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Detoxing 11:06 AM 02-11-2019
You know, we have a sub forum for this kinda of stuff, PB?
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Detoxing 11:08 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Watch that 3-min launch clip in my O.P. It’s the most powerful clip in movie history to me because it’s real.
Well...that depends on who you ask. A lot of your RWNJ counterparts seem to think it's a good movie about a fictional event. Basically, a nice good sci-fi/drama. Like....you know...Star Trek or something.
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Trolly McTrollson 11:11 AM 02-11-2019
Theres always Birth of a Nation, pb.
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patteeu 11:16 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Trolly McTrollson:
Theres always Birth of a Nation, pb.
Is that a good one?
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NinerDoug 11:17 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Detoxing:
Well...that depends on who you ask. A lot of your RWNJ counterparts seem to think it's a good movie about a fictional event. Basically, a nice good sci-fi/drama. Like....you know...Star Trek or something.
Is that one of Taco's theories? I have to say, I would be surprised if it wasn't.
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Trolly McTrollson 11:30 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by patteeu:
Is that a good one?
I think some of the posters here would really like it!
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Prison Bitch 11:33 AM 02-11-2019
Whaddya know? Libshit “journalists” at the time cried like babies at the lack of diversity at the launch. Shocker!


On July 16, an estimated “1,00,000 earthlings, a record outpouring for a launch, had jammed the beaches near the Cape to give Apollo 11 a lusty, shoulder-to-shoulder send off. Among the gathered multitude were Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, Lady Bird and former President Lyndon Johnson, Senator Barry Goldwater, Jack Benny, Johnny Carson, 200 congressmen, 100 foreign ministers, and 275 leaders of commerce and industry. CBS reporter Charles Kuralt observed that Americans had gone “moon mad.” Time, in contrast, asked, “Is the moon white?”

“On launch day,” the magazine continued, “the VIP grandstand was a miniature Who’s Who of white America; it was disturbing to notice that black faces were scarce.” Opposition to the expensive space program was especially strong inside the nation’s African American community.
“Texas, with its oil wells, large farms, and now space center of the world, symbolizes the affluent America,” said Herbert James, the black field director of the National Welfare Rights Organization, “but there exists in this great state a despicable amount of poverty. Starvation and hunger are taking place within miles of the space center.”

A "mule-cart procession of the Poor People’s March, led by Ralph Abernathy,” also arrived to protest the Moon launch on July 16. When the civil rights leaders saw the Apollo 11 liftoff, however, “he forgot about poverty and prayer for the safety of the men.” At least temporarily, the Moon landing generated an unprecedented level of interest in the space program, although some cohorts were clearly more excited by the telecast than others. “If to many the moon seemed white, it also seemed middle-aged,” Time further surmised; “the young, who have grown up in the TV and space age, seemed the most blasé of all.

Courtney Gary Edgerton^^^
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patteeu 11:35 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Trolly McTrollson:
I think some of the posters here would really like it!
Thanks for the tip.
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IowaHawkeyeChief 11:44 AM 02-11-2019
I can't imagine the fear and thrill that an astronaut experienced... Takes a special type of man/women to do what they did and do...
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Prison Bitch 11:45 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
Finally?

If you had just woken up from a 100 year coma, I could understand this comment, maybe. You would have to have been very selective about your movie exposure.

Finally?
I think you’re referring to the laughably dumb “Hidden Figures”. The one where they inserted a “Polish-Jew holocaust survivor” as the sympathetic supervisor to the black lady genius. True story, they actually did that.
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Trolly McTrollson 11:53 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
I think you’re referring to the laughably dumb “Hidden Figures”. The one where they inserted a “Polish-Jew holocaust survivor” as the sympathetic supervisor to the black lady genius. True story, they actually did that.
Kinda surprised you actually saw Hidden Figures, tbh.
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Prison Bitch 11:57 AM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by IowaHawkeyeChief:
I can't imagine the fear and thrill that an astronaut experienced... Takes a special type of man/women to do what they did and do...
They were 1 in a million. You know about all the deaths suffered in the process too. The launch scene is great but the mission to the moon and how they landed it’s just riveting. The last 45 min of the movie are just indescribable.
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