But while Spike Lee's protest is attracting considerable media interest, another protest against the movie has attracted no media interest so far. Representatives of a group called Free America Rally mounted their own street protest near the Cinema 7 in Scappoose, Oregon on December 25th, 2012, but for a different reason. The tone of the movie is overtly anti-white, even aggressive against whites. And Tarantino has a history of producing anti-White films, most notably "Machete". Below is a photo of the three activists standing in front of the adjacent McDonalds; to the right as you're facing it is an Xpress Lube, then further to the right, the theater. Additional photos published on this Stormfront thread. The movie will be playing in the theater from Dec. 26-28.
|Protestors in front of the McD's; to the right, Xpress Lube, then the Cinema 7|
Here's a video just put up:
Public Reaction: On Stormfront, one of the participants wrote "The overall public reaction was encouraging, with several thumbs up! The police seemed to be good guys making initial contact, then just keeping an eye on things. Oregon seems pretty promising when you get out of Portland".
Free America Rally lays out the case for their objections on this post on their website. The most important excerpt:
Tarantino has a history of producing anti-white films, most notably the reconqista-themed Machete, released in 2010, a movie glorifying the murder of whites by illegal aliens. In both Django and Machete, negative stereotypes of whites are pushed to their fullest, whites being portrayed as greedy and hateful villains who by their evil justify the bloody vengeance taken by those they have “oppressed.” In the trailer to Django, the lead character, when asked to join in a bounty-hunt, proclaims: “Kill white folks and get paid for it, what’s not to like?” The role played by Fox must have come quite natural to him. Opening for Saturday Night Live a few weeks before the release of Django Unchained, Fox stated: “I kill all the white people in the movie, how great is that?”
The recent movies produced by Tarantino are only the most blatant expressions of an anti-white theme that permeates much of our establishment. At best, white history and culture are portrayed by popular media, and even by our educational and political establishment, as the product and inheritance of a generic humanity or, as is usually the case, our heritage, like in Django, is made out to be something shameful. We are made to be the bad guys of our own history.
This constant demonization of our past has real world consequences. Racial identity plays an enormous role in the way individuals and societies view themselves. Just as children connect themselves with the behaviors and attitudes of their parents, whole societies shape themselves based on their view of the accomplishments of previous generations.
Not only have non-White Americans acquired a negative view of Whites because of these types of movies, but many young, impressionable Whites have adopted self-hating, anti-racist attitudes which motivate them to bash Whites the loudest in a quest for "social credibility". It is an updated version of "Stockholm Syndrome" or the infamous "Patty Hearst Syndrome".
The Council of Conservative Citizens also reports that there is a Boycott Django Facebook page. They characterize the movie as a race war fantasy slasher film, and note that even some liberal publications are shocked by the explicit anti-White message.
This rally could also be viewed as a dress rehearsal for a much larger protest against illegal immigration to be mounted nationwide by Free America Rally on February 23rd, 2013. Rallies are projected for Central California, Oregon, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Washington, Idaho, West Virginia, New York, and Pennsylvania. The purpose of the Free America Rally is to encourage ordinary Americans to understand the reality that we must begin thinking in terms of political unity, with united interests, much like other racial groups do. Their goal is to generate the momentum and support necessary to eventually compete with the establishment for the hearts and minds of our people by offering them a form of representation that has previously been unavailable. Contact information is available on their website and their Facebook page.