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Not My Kind of Cult

Today’s “Good Germans.” Include me out.

[HT: HappyAcres (@HappyHectares) ]

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  • Tom Hyland March 15, 2021, 12:53 PM
  • ghostsniper March 15, 2021, 2:22 PM

    Tried to watch OTA (over the air) TV the other night. Not possible. Negro’s on just about every channel. We only watch 1 hour of TV, during supper, and it is always an old TV series episode in one of the 3 DVD players or through a streaming service. Last night for example was a Perry Mason epi from the 5th season, 1961 I think. The night before was a Paladin from Have Gun, Will Travel, from the same time period. Tonight will be Peter Gun from the same era. The media is trying to create a fake reality and it doesn’t work for some folks. We just distance ourselves from it.

  • MIKE GUENTHER March 15, 2021, 3:09 PM

    We’ve been watching the whole Leave it to Beaver series. Almost done with it, probably the end of the week. On season 6. Back then, they had 39 episodes per season, not just 13 like the lazy bastards do now.

  • gwbnyc March 15, 2021, 5:29 PM

    I prefer-


    …no room in marxism for anything but marxism. and I don’t want it.

  • John The River March 16, 2021, 5:45 AM

    Looked at Ace of Spades coverage of the Grammy awards this weekend. Stunning vulgarity and smut.
    I’m wondering if the reason blacks were under represented on TV before this era was that they didn’t ‘clean up’ to well.
    If God decides to go all “Sodom and Gomorrah” on America, he’ll be in a target rich environment.

  • TwoDogs March 16, 2021, 10:06 AM

    Ghost, I feel ya. Gave up on the networks some time back. Some of the British period productions have not been blackwashed. We’ve been enjoying “Anne with an E” on NF right up until the first episode of season 2 when the first negro makes an appearance. Of course they couldn’t find an excuse to make one appear, as if by magic, in turn-of-the-last-century Nova Scotia, so they put one of the characters aboard a steamer as crew in the black gang where he befriends one of the exotic critters, and they travel to Trinidad where all the usual story tropes of injustice to blacks raise their ugly heads. Looking forward in the reviews it seems we are soon to be entertained with stories of homosexuals and how good people in 1910 respond to them in a way eerily akin to the way “good” people are supposed to in 2021. Hard pass on that. There is still some decent material out there, it’s just getting harder every day to separate from the chaff.