Posted on June 5, 2021

Three Powerful Films Identitarians Can Watch Right Now

Hubert Collins, American Renaissance, June 5, 2021

Amazon, one of the richest companies in the world, is so woke that its streaming platform doesn’t list “classics” or “westerns” as genres — but it has categories for “Black voices” and “LGBTQ.”

Tubi, an alternative streaming platform, has yet to sink that low. And unlike Amazon, it’s free. All you need to sign up is an email address. Tubi has a number of movies white advocates will likely enjoy. Here are three that are available right now.

The Alamo (1960)

Drawing on the work of English folklorist H.R. Ellis Davidson, the late Sam Francis observed, “The concept of the ‘Last Stand,’ in which an outnumbered army of Aryan warriors face battle against overwhelming odds, usually without any realistic expectation of victory, recurs throughout Indo-European history and legend.” For American whites, there is no better example of this than the fight at the Alamo. That battle has been memorialized in film many times, but the 1960 version is the best. It’s free of any liberal revisionism and stars John Wayne as Davey Crockett. Watch it here.

Apocalypto (2006)

Robert Hampton, AmRen’s contributing editor, says “This film accurately depicts the savagery of the Americas before European discovery.” The “Mexica Movement” claimed the movie’s director “has just committed an act of genocide with this film because he has actively initiated and participated in the distribution of racist lies, distortions, and omissions that will damage all the Indigenous people of this continent in their sense of worth and their already damaged pride.” Watch it here and decide for yourself.

The Paedophile Hunters (2011)

There is no preview for this BBC documentary, but it’s well worth watching. It follows ICE agents who go to Southeast Asia to track down sex traffickers and rapists. It is a powerful reminder that ICE is an essential part of law and order. You can watch it here.