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Widely considered to be the feature film that gave "birth to Hollywood", D. W. Griffith's THE BIRTH OF A NATION is more than just an historical movie; it's a classic of it's genre that portrays a time before Jewish domination of our cultural and the anti-White political correctness that has risen from their hegemony.
A classic everyone should watch at least once, Griffith's film recounts the tale of two families torn apart by war. It follows their story through the Union's invasion of the Confederacy to the rise of the Ku Klux Klan as a response to the anti-Southron devastation reeked by carpet baggers, scalawags, and the epidemic of black-on-White crime and violence.
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There's no easy way to talk about GONE WITH THE WIND without sparking some debate. The infamous 1939 Best Picture winner starring Vivian Leigh, Clark Gable, and Olivia de Havilland about the fall and rebirth of the South during the Civil War and Reconstruction has been the target of outrage with some theaters recently having pulled their screenings in the wake of insensitivity claims.
As we take on everything by default on Default Assault, we have invited our regular guest host Tokeo Jamison to help us tackle this heated issue without restraint. Join us for an open, honest, and hilarious (by default) conversation asking: Is GONE WITH THE WIND Required Viewing?
[Originally Published Nov 23, 2017]
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The Little Fugitive, 1953 A young boy fears that he shot his older brother, who is only faking. He then runs away to Coney Island, a crowded beach area, and gets money by returning soda bottles for their deposits. Directed by Ray Ashley, & Morris Engel. Stars: Richard Brewster, Winifred Cushing, Jay Williams IMDB
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