Recently, watched a movie call Idaho Transfer it was included in a 50 pack of science fiction movies that I got for my birthday. The movie seems to linger with one, even though it is not a great movie. The movie is basically a Eco-catastrophe/hippie/time travel movie. It was made in 1973 and directed by
Peter Fonda. Acting is rough at times but not that bad especially considering how for many of the actor and actresses this was their only movie, though rough around the edges at times is a lot better than many mainline "stars."
The lead actress Kelley (or Kelly) Bohanan (or Bohanon) played Karen who is a mentally disturbed young woman who is selected for the time travel project by her father who runs it out of a government facility but the government does not know about the time travel project, but the government does evidentially comes in a close down the project that they don't know about for some reason.
But before that happens Karen sister Isa takes her 56 years into the future where they log tagged snakes (the snakes were being tagged in the opening act) and Isa falls into a ravine or a hole in the ground and is injured. Karen helps her back to the time travel device and Isa dies either from traveling back in time or her injures. Karen goes back into the future and mopes. Her father sends her letters (he can not come froward in time because any "much over 20" kidneys will hemorrhage), which she does not open. At that point the government comes in and close down the project that they don't know about. A bunch of "kids" and at least one adult, who kidneys later hemorrhage, go forward in time. At one point the time travel device that is synchronize with the one the "present" stops working and they split up with a group staying at camp and the rest heading off to Portland with most going by water but Karen and a male head off by land. The group than rejoin together, they found a group of primitive and handicapped survivors who are selfless and peaceful, it is a hippie movie after all, and Karen who wants to have lots of babies to repopulate the Earth discover that time travel has made them all sterile, the oblige older black scientist told them before he left the group to die when his kidneys hemorrhaged.
Karen takes this badly and heads back to base camp alone only to find all but one of the ones who were left their died and the last one is a homicidal mad woman who tries to killed Karen but the time travel device is working again and Karen goes back to the "present." Which startled the technician in the room who flees. Karen locks the door resets the time travel device to travel farther into the future leaving right as the military opens the door and watch her vanish.
She arrives even farther into the future in very cold weather and she is not properly dress she stumbles around falls beside a road her life flashes before her eyes but a car stops for her the guy gets out picks her up and puts her in the truck, she screams as he closes it.
The future man and woman drive off and their child ask if they are sure it was one of "them" they say yes, and the child ask what happens if they stop coming, the adults assure the child that another way will be found but the child says that if another way can't be found or if it is too hard they start using "each other."
The movie seems to pull one along into useless scenes, plot points, strange twist and confusion. The left-wing anti-government environmentalist hippie agenda took a movie that could have, at least, become a cult classic and turned it into an all but forgotten could have been.
Why have the lead actress character be mentally unusable for who in their right mind would send a mentally unstable person into a basically unknown environment on a piece of experimental equipment! And why kill her sister off so early in the movie if they wanted to isolate Karen wait until they are trapped in the future. The only purpose Isa death served was to send Karen moping into the future. And what did the hippie hitchhikers add? A single line that could have been delivery many other ways? Then the government comes in and closes down a project that they don't know about. That is a plot device design to send them permanently into the future. Could have had the disaster strike forcing them permanently into the future with no chance for return to escape a homicidal woman or even for toilet paper, yes, Karen went back for toilet paper, among other things, dodging guards to get it.
The only reason to have them sterile seems to be to break into rambling speeches about how over rated having children and procreation is and to push the agenda that intelligent people shouldn't have children but dumb primitives have lots because they are good and "compassionate". Of course, the homicidal one is one of their own. And the ending of the movies, why is Karen put into the truck to be used as fuel (that doesn't make a bit of sense) a slave or something else. It is designed to be a twist ended but it just ends in confusion with more question but no answers.
Idaho Transfer a movie of its' time left-wing agenda that could have been so much more but by mixing in their left-wing environmentalist anti-human agenda the movie became a flop. The Hollywood agenda is likely one reason why they make so few good movies. In Idaho Transfer a rape was mention that in no way tied into the movie just a throw in line as part of the Hollywood anti-male agenda, the mutant primitive idiots, who in reality would probably be to dumb to survive in that harsh of a climate, are said to not live much over 30, the 1960's don't trust anyone over 30 line and ploys like the sterility that turns them into only helping the primitives instead of reestablishing civilians with their kids. The left-wings agenda and it doesn't matter if it is Marxist Democrats or Fabian Republicans is the same only the method and timetable differ the end goal is a global kakistocracy kleptocracy plutocracy. The left-wing agenda just doesn't lend itself to making good movies. Traditional values, struggling, self-sacrifice, noble deeds, (re)building civilization these are the makings of a great movie, though their are other ways too, but nothing of greatness fixes the left's agenda for it is of greed, hypocrisy and selfness. In Idaho Transfer they hiked around camped, and rafted, a hippie movie not much struggle and a lot of littering during a camping trip in which they didn't build anything.
They could, probably, have turned it into a cult classic if they had forgotten about the agendas and turned the movie into a post catastrophe rebuilding civilization flick. Basically, trap them in the future where they have to build shelter find food, possibly, fight off the mutants, and grow-up in order to rebuild civilization. You could end with a glimpse of the future civilization, the birth of the first baby, or men and women with their arms around each other looking out at the settlement with a sunrise/set. But this does not fit the left's agenda because traditional values, struggling, self-sacrifice, noble deeds, (re)building civilization are all White things.
An article entitled "Killer Nazis from outer space"
There’s a new movie coming out called Iron Sky that features just such a plot.http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/...m-outer-space/Apparently, it’s a hot ticket in Berlin.
Even though this is a science fiction comedy no doubt designed to poke fun at Germans in particular and Whites in general, but it creates a fantasy world where there are still Germans (Whites) with the will and ability to fight against the Zionist tyranny. That type of fantasy seems to strike a cord with Germans (and probably many other Whites.)
An article entitled "Snow White and the Huntsman: A Review by Professor Kevin McDonald"
http://www.davidduke.com/?p=34508I realize that if a studio is going to spend $170 million on a movie, they are going to do their best to appeal to a wide audience. Movies with mass appeal necessarily have emotional hooks that draw the audience in. In Snow White, there are two such hooks.
One hook is the image of idealistic romantic love completely divorced from sex. We first see the huntsman grieving for his dead wife. He helps Snow White because of the promise of reward and later because he realizes that she can be the key to defeating the evil Ravenna, a sorceress who has usurped Snow White’s rightful position as queen and whose reign has completely devastated the kingdom.
But there is an obvious romantic tension, as the huntsman, who is personification of a Viking warrior, protects Snow White and teaches her how to fend for herself. (The huntsman is played by Chris Hemsworth, who starred as the Viking god/warrior Thor in the movie Thor.)
Can it be that they've made such a "racially incorrect" movie in this day and age!?!? Isn't the very title "racist"? Surely the sensitive thing to do would be calling it Coal Black and taking everything from there.
The Movie Idiocracy tells the tale of a society that by the dumb people breeding and the smart ones not where society had dumbed itself to the point of "Idiocracy." Though, revert to the mean where dumb have children smarter than themselves and smart people have less intelligent children until the racial mean intelligence is reached would likely prevent this from coming about and the fact that society would collapse long before " Idiocracy" is reach, but back to the movie. Into this society two people from the past with 100 IQs, having been put into suspended animation. come.
If you want to order it you can get it via the Northern Voice Bookstore at Amazon. com http://astore.amazon.com/castfoot-20/detail/B000K7VHOG but be warned that the female lead "love interest" is a black/Jewish mix.
After a series of misadventures both end up in prison, which the man promptly escapes using his superior intellect, but not before taking an IQ test, which shows he is the smartest man in the world. After his recapture, the President, a black man, puts him in the charge of solving the food problem--crops aren't growing. He tells them they need water not the color drink that they put on them, a disagreement follows but after telling the President that the plant told him they want water, the President agrees. When water is turned on, the company that makes the drink, that is put in the water pipes everywhere, computer lays off everyone sending the country into depression, the smart man is sentenced to death by monster truck but then the President see pictures of growing crops and a happy ending follows.
Last edited by Michael; 08-27-2012 at 10:25 PM.
An article entitled "Implicitly White themes in “The Hobbit”"
http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/...in-the-hobbit/The Lord of the Ring trilogy stands alone in Hollywood as modern-day movies that are implicitly pro-white.
Gods and Generals is, perhaps, the only other film I can think of that’s been released in the last 20+ years that gives whites a favorable treatment.
Now there’s a new one. The Hobbit (a LOTR prequel) has just been released and Dr. Kevin MacDonald, last week’s featured guest on TPC’s live broadcast, has written a review.