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14 hours ago, HistoryIsComplex said:

They are going to censor everything. E-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g.

 

10 years from now you'll type "Iraq War" into Google, and it will tell you that Saddam Hussein attacked the World Trade Center because there were Trans people living on its top floors. ?

 

 

 

They will get around to banning Dad's Army, the comedy antics of a WW2 Home Guard platoon set in Warmington on Sea,  as it does not have diversity quotas and if it is remade Captain Mannering will be played by Sir Lenny Henry.

 

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6 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Alf Garnett! lol!

 

I must watch scene from 8 min 50 sec. when Spike Milligan acting as a Pakastani, a Pakastani who does not like Pakastanis, enters the first class compartment and how Alf Garnett comes unstuck, also referred to as bloody white wogs. ?

 

 

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

 

Alf Garnett! lol!

 

? He was a riot. (Oops, bad word to choose).

 

But what the 'offended' refuse to acknowledge is that the joke was always meant to be on Garnett's character, because he was  so unpleasantly bigoted. 

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53 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

? He was a riot. (Oops, bad word to choose).

 

But what the 'offended' refuse to acknowledge is that the joke was always meant to be on Garnett's character, because he was  so unpleasantly bigoted. 

 

The problem was the unpeasnsantly biogted Alf became a pin up for thinking and saying things outside the groupthink box. It was only Alf's opinions on life and society and he would never go any further than that, he would be the last person to get into any punch up,  So it all back fired on them or it was written to get under the BBC Establishment's radar, but was in fact subverssive?

 

I love the Alf Garnett series in the 1980s, In Sickness and in Health, when he ended up getting a black, gay home help from the council.?   I adored both characters!

 

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30 minutes ago, Fluke said:

This is how I expect the white middle class Marxists to act who have never had a black friend in their lives yet call everyone else racist. The irony. 

 

The clip was great and seriously took the piss out those of the white middle class who indulge in such things and "the black friends" have to put up with such contrived BS.

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Just now, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Just don't buy Netflix. If enough people stopped paying money to them, they might think twice about being self-appointed arbiters of what we can and cannot watch.

 

Oh I don't support Netflix, was just sharing.

 

What's funny to me is how a lot of British comedy is pretty subversive and often makes Brits look like creeps, but nobody bats an eye over that. I like The League of Gentlemen, but even that has scenes that make rural folks look weird, like the "local shop for local people" thing.

 

I like Ricky Gervais, and he has a right to be atheist, but he seems to only ever bash Christianity which is pretty cowardly.

 

I like Peep Show, but it promotes debased stuff in many scenes.

 

It's all pretty one sided.

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This is just the beginning, I'm afraid to say. This morning, I understand that Gone with the Wind was removed from HBO altogether because it was deemed to be racist. Within the next few weeks/months, we will see the loss of MANY old shows and movies that are deemed to be inappropriate in today's world.

 

The destruction of the past has always been a key part of the plan, as well as programmed behaviour. You see, it seems to me that, in the real world as well as in the world of movies, etc, it is no longer about trying to avoid saying the wrong thing, it's about actually saying and doing the right things. What I mean is, until you said something wrong or racist, etc, no one would come after you. But now that isn't enough. Now you need to actively behave the way "they" want you to in order to be allowed to go about your business. Nintendo are a prime example. They tried to stay silent and say nothing about BLM, but were being killed because of it, so were eventually forced to back down and say the "right" things. Things are going so very fast now. I have the feeling that the next few months will bring about many changes.

 

I still stand by the fact that all is not lost. The powers that be are still using and weaponising good people towards their cause because, as in all cases, the force of evil needs to lean upon the force of good to press its advantage. On its own, evil still has little to no power. 

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8 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

That is good, so we come round to your underground cinema to watch the banned Little Britain series whilst the Gestapo are patrolling neighbourhoods in their TV detector vans, searching for non politically correct TV being watched.:classic_smile:

 

Please don't give them ideas!

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Difficult to watch the modern shiiite anyway.  Still watch Miami Vice and ... Richard Pryor and old stuff, Carry On, and the original Star Wars and Empire, and movies from the 60s/70s/80s.  Loads of awesome stuff.

 

The demon-people turned Star Trek gay, and the new Picard series has Patrick Stewart grovel on the floor in front of all black people and women in the series.  Then there was another Trek type series called The Orville which had 2 aliens onboard who were sodomites and their alien outfits were frankly dark brown colour and texture.

 

Dune the movie is being remade with some gender bending, and a new cast of spineless soulless vampires (but not in a good way).

 

Jeez in the US even the Scouts and Brownies? were infiltrated and turned into a gender-netural organisation.   The demon-people are disgusting.

 

I was watching a Ben Aflek movie some time back, and it was a good story about an Accountant who had a mafia past ... anyway the weird thing is, every 10 minutes or so the movie cut to a unrelated tangential story about a black woman in the CIA sitting at the computer and trying to follow clues really boringly - it had almost nothing to do with the movies' story.

So I am watching this movie ... and then it flicks to ... watching a black woman on the computer for no reason ... wtf ... and then goes back to Ben Afleck and ... what the hell !

 

Oh yeah something funny.   I was on this website about the greatest American Inventors and Engineers ... and nearly all men and famous men with big achievements.  But there were a sprinkling of women there, never heard of them, who seemed to have quite small contributions.  Anyway the weird thing was that I noticed that all the women had been entered into that database from the year 2014, you could see the date of submission.  Whereas that database had been going for 30 years or so.  But it seems in 2014 a policy change was enacted and people went hunting through the history to see if there were any women with any small engineering contribution and sticking them in to make up the numbers.   Ridiculous.

 

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55 minutes ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

 

 

Please don't give them ideas!

 

On the subject of TV detector vans which were fake regarding their detection capabilities and just BBC propaganda to strike terror into the population to pay their TV licences, a comedy sketch involving detector vans which the PC comedy Nazis would highly disapprove of now.
 

 

 

 

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I've just thought of Malcolm in the Middle - I loved that, and I'll bet that's banned too, because Lois'mum was a racist.

 

There was a hilarious episode where Ida entrenched herself at their home - Francis even picked her up to carry her outside when she was being particularly offensive, and she got him by the balls. They got shut  in the end when Lois got all her male black friends round to shake their faces at her, because the only thing she was scared of was black men.  ?

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