Saturday, November 24, 2007

More racism in American films

In American film and television, African actors are often used to protray characters who ill-tempered, criminal and not meant to be taken seriously.


I Am Legend (2007) - It is implied that a African man is responsible for the end of the world.

The Mist (2007) - The best actor in this film, Andre Braugher is depicted as a person who blindly walks in a mist filled with dangerous creatures created by the white men. A white man offers him chicken as a bribe.

American Gangster (2007) – Africans are depicted as drug dealers and criminals.

Man on Fire (2004) – The African man in this film devotes his time protecting a….white child.

Lost (2004) - Africans are portrayed as being liars, killers, drug-dealers or weak-minded and easily controlled by evil white man.

Black Knight (2001) - Martin Lawrence plays an African man who is forced to entertain white people at an amusement park.

Traffic (2001) - The African boyfriend of a white girl is shown to be a thug and drug dealer.

Death Wish (1971) - A white man is allowed to gun down Africans in New York City.

March of the Wooden Soldiers (1934) - A race of white robot soldiers is used to attack the local
indigenous people.

See racism in American films (scroll past "Racism and the truth about Thanksgiving")



Friday, November 09, 2007

Bush neocons attacking Africa via global warming

The rate of destruction has increased dramatically since the start of the Bush regime


After the Katrina attacks of 2005 on New Orleans many have wondered if the Bush regime would attack again using its deadly weather control technology.

With America waging war on Africa in Iraq and attempting provoke war with China one can only imagine what will happen next.

In addition, white America has been waging a global war of terror against the Earth resulting in raising temperatures, storm intensity and oceanic chaos as the article below explains:


Rising seas threaten Africa's coastline - UN body

Fri 9 Nov 2007, 6:15 GMT

By Bate Felix

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Africa's coastal infrastructure faces increasing danger of erosion from rising sea levels caused by climate change, the head of the U.N. Environment Programme said on Thursday.

"By some projections of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), global warming could affect one-third of Africa's coastal infrastructure by the end of this century because we know that we are on a course of having sea levels rising between 20 and 60 centimetres this century," Steiner said.



Saturday, November 03, 2007

A contrast in disaster: Whites are rescued while Africans are left to die.

In the 2005 the Bush neocons orchestrated the Katrina attack which killed thousands of Africans in New Orleans and elsewhere along the South Coast of New Africa. Thousands of other Africans were rounded up by white authorities and forced into the “SuperDome” where many were robbed, assaulted or murdered.

By contrast, the predominantly white victims of the Southern California fires were given prompt aide and support.