Actress Ann Darrow (Fay Wray) and director Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong) travel to the Indian Ocean to do location shoots for Denham's new jungle picture. Along the way, the actress meets and falls for rugged First Mate John Driscoll (Bruce Cabot). Upon arriving at a mysterious island, Ann is taken hostage by natives who prepare her as a sacrifice to the enormous ape Kong who rules over their jungle. But when Ann is rescued and Kong is captured, the real trouble begins.
The brief synopsis of this story is that; Kong is a 20ft, Incel, from /fit/ who wants dem white womens but the white man says no and conflict ensues.
While on a routine mission, Cmdr. Pete Mathews (Kenneth Tobey) runs into trouble when his submarine is nearly sunk by an unknown creature. Back at base in Pearl Harbor, Dr. John Carter (Donald Curtis) and Professor Lesley Joyce (Faith Domergue) identify the beast as a giant octopus from the nether reaches of Mindanao Deep, which has been awakened by nearby nuclear testing. Radioactive and monstrously huge, the rampaging leviathan is heading toward the North American Pacific Coast. This video also features a preview of third wave feminism with a mild rebuttal found in the dialogue.
This is just a cool old 1950's monster film that was crawling around my hard drive and I decided to upload it. I will upload more like it on a regular basis under the title "Creature Feature Fridays". The Synopsis of the film goes like this while investigating a series of mysterious deaths, Sergeant Ben Peterson (James Whitmore) finds a young girl (Sandy Descher) who is unable to speak. As Peterson joins forces with FBI agent Robert Graham (James Arness) and scientist Dr. Harold Medford (Edmund Gwenn), he discovers that all the incidents are due to giant ants that have been mutated by atomic radiation. Peterson and Graham, with the aid of the military, attempt to find the queen ants and destroy the nests before the danger spreads.
The most Honorable Otoya Yamaguchi is his moment of Glory slaying the Japanese Communist Politician Inejiro Asanuma with a yoroi-dōshi, (a traditional sword wielded by the samurai of old) while speaking in a televised political debate in Tokyo. His violent death occurred in graphic detail on national television across all of Japan. Less than three weeks after the successful assassination, while being held in a juvenile detention facility, Yamaguchi mixed toothpaste with water and wrote on his cell wall,
---------------------------------"Seven lives for my country. Long live His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor!" -------------------------------------------
Yamaguchi then knotted strips of his bedsheet into a makeshift rope and used it to hang himself from a light fixture. The phrase "seven lives for my country" was a reference to the last words of 14th-century samurai Kusunoki Masashige. The Japanese Socialist party had 32.9% of the votes in 1958 but after Inejiro's death in October of 1960, the party was ideologically split and from that point onwards it was only downhill. Nationalists all throughout Japan celebrated Yamaguchi as a martyr; they gave a kimono (burial coat), to his parents and performed a memorial service for him. His ashes were later interred in Aoyama Cemetery. This man single handily saved Japan from communism.
The theme of this video is to display the fascistic roots of large corporations like Mcdonalds in a 1980's vaporwave Aesthetic. As a side note if you want to maximize this particular videos potential chug a glass of Whisky or half a bottle of Kharkov paint thinner and just stare at it on a loop while you zone out.
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Hello, welcome to my Channel. I post meme/political/musical videos that are of my own making and others are just fine pieces that I saved from the fires of Youtubes censorship. In addition to the aforementioned content, I will post old movies monster movies from the 1950s and earlier on Fridays under the tag "Creature Feature Fridays". My goals on this platform are to get 1 million views and 10,000 subscribers and quite obviously spread Fascism everywhere like glitter.