Rated G for genocide
The latest anti-White agitprop brought to you courtesy of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez;
Director Robert Rodriguez’ new film ‘Machete‘ has created controversy after a promotional trailer released online makes provoking comments about Arizona– namely its new immigration laws– before depicting a machete-wielding vigilante who leads an uprising and massacre against Texas authorities. The filmmakers called it a ’special’ Cinco de Mayo message to Arizona, inviting viewers into a violent on-screen race war with red-saturated 70s exploitation violence and endless killing.
While some critics have praised this “message to Arizona” as being “most eloquent” on the immigration issue, others have become concerned about the message truly sent by a bloody and racially-charged film.
I guess when shabbos goy Quentin isn’t viscerally meting out blunt head trauma to White folk, his Mestizo compadre is rendering them like beef cattle in his cinematic abattoir.
You don’t have to be the sharpest knife in the drawer to see that we are embroiled in a battle for western civilization, whether we like it or not. But this is just a symptom. To get to the racial root of the problem, one must look behind the curtain.