Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Black Guy Evokes Third World Fantasy For First World White Woman
An AWM history lesson: Anti-White Media in the UK began in earnest with Flame in the Streets (1961), which depicts a kind, gentle, morally flawless black guy preaching to an impressionable white woman about the virtues of Jamaica and the evils of whitey.
Britain's elitesters had imported blacks by the thousands all through the 50s, and racial tensions soon skyrocketed. So "films" like this started coming out, which were actually little more than social engineering propaganda weapons, spearheading a campaign to make the Brits feel they "needed" blacks in order to bring a little cheery sun into their otherwise dreary, frown-filled, and damp little world.
Kathie Palmer, played by Sylvia Syms, is here seduced by the idea that she is "different" than the sad, bland race that the black guy describes. She gets a false feeling of moral supririority that is both a cause and an effect of her dating a black guy.
Think of how many impressionable white girls saw this film in 1961 and thought: 'Hey. I don't want to be numbered among these "sad" pasty-skinned stream-polluters!' - and with that thought first began driving Britain, gradually through the ensuing decades, towards wholesale deracination and national suicide.