Along Came a Spider

by Mark Rivers

Lee TAMAHORI, the director of Along Came a Spider, tries to convince us that negroes are good and Whites are bad. He gets a little help from his producers Morgan Freeman, Marty HORNSTEIN and David Brown (husband of Cosmo bigshot Helen Gurley Brown).

In Along Came a Spider, Morgan Freeman, lord of the apes, is a smart and sophisticated cop, just like he was in Seven. As a doctorate-holding investigator, he tracks down a madman who kidnaps young girls, just like he did in Kiss the Girls. He has a showdown with the White villain, just like he did in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. After the movie is over, the audience feels like they've been gypped, just like we did in Deep Impact.

Morgan Freeman is Hollywood's negro answer to the older, distinguished leading man. That's why, when we are asked to believe that a negro can string two sentences together, Morgan is their porch monkey du jour.

Naturally, in Along Came a Spider, all the villains are White. Even the sexy, blonde secret service agent (Monica Potter) is in on it. The story is set in Washington, D.C., so it's little wonder that there are plenty of negro extras shucking and jiving throughout the picture.

What's amazing, though, is that so many of these negro extras are placed into crucial roles. They are seen as law enforcement agents, decoding computer secrets, making astute observations that help with the case, etc.

Whereas the Whites in Along Came a Spider are either victims, villains, pig-headed cops, or cops who turn out to be villains. This is nothing new; try to think of three movies within the past decade that have featured a White cop versus a negro villain.

I can think of only two: Demolition Man and Unbreakable. Let's take a closer look at each of them.

Demolition Man (1993), produced by Joel SILVER, pitted dumbbell Stallone against smooth and witty Snipes. Stallone's good-guy helpers were a woman (Sandra Bullock) and the Mexican Alfredo Garcia (Benjamin Bratt). Snipes' bad-guy helpers were White.

Unbreakable (2000), directed by dot-head M. Night Shayamalan and produced by Roger BIRNBAUM, had simpleton security guard Bruce Willis face off against Luthor-like genius villain Samuel Jackson. The only villain Willis fights is a White psycho. The others Willis scouts as villains with his mind-reading powers in the train station are:

1) a White woman shoplifter
2) a White frat-boy dead-fisher
3) a White guy in a truck who smashes a bottle on a negress' head and yells, "Go back to Africa!"

The Jews have a few very simple rules when it comes to portraying good vs. evil:

1) White hero vs. White villain(s)--permitted.
2) White hero assisted by minorites vs. White villain (s)--preferred.
3) Minority hero team vs. White villain--even better.
4) Negro hero vs. White villain--perfect!

That is why there are so many movies out these days with that very theme, and if you look closely, you will see that Jews are behind the scenes, pulling the strings, EVERY TIME.

It's up to you as to whether they will continue to get away with it. If it goes on, the White population will continue to be demoralized, disarmed and dropping in numbers until America resembles South Africa, Zimbabwe or...Washington, D.C.

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