UPDATE II (10/30): NEW ON YouTube: Critical Race Theory Rapes And Loots Reality

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ON YouTube: Critical Race Theory is so much rubbish. Systemic rubbish. “The cornerstone of the Critical Race pop-jurisprudence is that, provided you are white, you are a racist without having committed racism, which is like being a murderer, robber or rapist without having murdered, robbed or raped. …

READ: https://www.ilanamercer.com/2020/09/critical-racist-theory-robs-rapes-reality/

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UPDATE I (10/28):  Welcome to my world. Via YouTube: 

UPDATE II (10/30):

The British have always fostered intelligence. The UK “Equalities Minister,” a black lady, reasons, yes reasons (who does that in the US government and media?) against a political construct like Critical Race Theory, to indoctrinate kids.

4 thoughts on “UPDATE II (10/30): NEW ON YouTube: Critical Race Theory Rapes And Loots Reality

  1. Musil Protege

    Watching this, I was struck by the phrase “… a response to The Machine,…” The Left forever fancies itself on the ramparts, fighting The Man, blows against the Empire. Such idealism. Romantic revolutionaries!WTF? Ever since I can remember, they are the Man! Saps!!

    I have to ask: are those new glasses? I like them. Your whole ensemble is very nice. But I’ve always liked the thicker _framed glasses ever since I saw the lovely French actress Anouk Aimee In Fellini’s “8&1/2,” my favorite film.

  2. Ilana Mercer Post author

    Frames are old. Try not to get tempted with new frames. Conservation and all that good conservative stuff.

    Catherine Deneuve (love her in “The Hunger”), Brigitte Bardot (a great rightist, who loves animals, a true role model), and Isabelle Adjani (who hasn’t aged well): my favorite French actresses.

    Listen to the haunting soundtrack of “The Hunger”: Trio in E-Flat, Op. 100 by Franz Schubert.

    Well, first came the music, which is eternal.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e52IMaE-3As

    Movie version (less good) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHAn34xWChM

  3. Musil Protege

    Deneuve is the gold standard, I think. Her late, mature roles in such films as Indochine and East/West are terrific. She is a commanding presence, whenever she’s on screen. Good films, btw, for the thoughtful young right winger, who wishes to deepen his cultural awareness and appreciation.

    Dear Brigitte is a hero indeed. I hope your younger American fans are keeping notes on all these ladies. I also much admired the recently-deceased Jeanne Moreau from Jules et Jim and Elevator to the Gallows.

    Speaking of music and film together, have you ever seen Luchino Visconti’s adaptation of Thomas Mann’s great short novel “Death in Venice?” Mann wrote the story around the time of Gustav Mahler’s death, a man much on his mind. Visconti’s incorporation of Mahler’s music into the film, especially as the doomed Aschenbach (Dirk Bogarde) arrives in Venice from the Adriatic side is exquisite. Visconti, of all things, a Marxist descendant of Milanese royalty, made another film that should be on the cultured right winger’s list, “The Leopard,” based on Lampedusa’s great novel of Risorgimento-era Sicily.

    Just a heads-up: when we get to our inevitable discussion of great British actresses, I’m going to lead with Charlotte Rampling!

  4. Ilana Mercer Post author

    I adore Charlotte Rampling. She has some good recent, if obscure, roles, too. She was the most beautiful woman in the world, and seems to have refused to go under the knife. “The Night Porter” was memorable. Thanks for interesting comments.

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