The Mummy Returns
by Mark Rivers
Jews Rachel WEISZ and ODED FEHR play a couple of lead
roles in The Mummy Returns, the sequel to the 1999
crapfest The Mummy. Not many obvious Jew names are
to be had in the credits of this movie; nevertheless,
we can always sense their presence. There are a few
decent/powerful negroes featured within, and a few
evil Whites; that's always a dead giveaway.
The Mummy Returns is set in 1933, nine years after
the original. Our two heroes now have a son together,
and must beat the evil White museum curator (and his
evil White female assistant) to the sands of Egypt,
lest he resurrect the powerful "Scorpion King" (played
by the ethnically ambiguous "The Rock").
The evil White guy needs help in his mission, so he
resurrects the Mummy. The Mummy, in turn,
reincarnates his lover from a few millenia ago; his
plan is to take over the Scorpion King's armies and
rule the world.
The Scorpion King is resurrected, he gets in a fight
with the hero and the Mummy, true love prevails,
The Mummy Returns was slightly better than I was
expecting. This may only be because I paid a mere two
dollars to see it, however. The effects were good,
the one-liners (though out of place for the setting)
were mildly amusing, but what marred the entire
production was a negro named Izzy.
No, Izzy was not some jungle-bunny kicking the back of
my seat the entire time; he is a principal character
in The Mummy Returns, a happy-go-lucky, wacky negro
sidekick who saves all of the good guys in the end.
The other negro in the film is a villain, but he is
not THE villain. Remember...the Jews will NEVER pit
an absolutely black evil force against an absolutely
White good force. That would be racist, apparently.
Kids all over the country are crazy insane for this
movie. They like "The Rock" (who has less than five
minutes of screen time), and they identify with the
heroe's son, who says things like "Whoa!" and "My Dad
is gonna kick your ass!"
Kids are also seeing Rachel WEISZ shower the negro
Izzy with kisses at the end of the movie, thanking him
for saving their lives. They will get the wrong
impression; one that tells them that negroes are
helpful, happy, and deserving of our love and respect.
Of all of the movies I've reviewed for VNN, I can't
think of one that hasn't featured at least one
inaccurately positive negro role model. That does
more harm than good, and it is a trend that we Whites
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