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    I find this advert profoundly sad more than anything else. It's just a shame to see white, traditional looking Englanders having to call someone alien to them, someone who represents the 'new' England, aka the death of English England, their granddaughter, daughter, niece, etc. Have a look at the crowd, too.

    Oh, and, "this is me mam, me granddad"... but where is your father, dear?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilderinc View Post
    This was played as an advertisement on a Youtube video I just watched.
    I saw the above ad on TV a week or so ago.

    Another thing I just saw on Youtube.
    Sealy Mattress "It's Better on Springs"

    I suppose I'm more disgusted by the fact that such a commercial could be created (let alone by a big name company!) and then broadcast than the 'racial incorrectness' itself.

    Couple 1: Pred. Caucasoid man with pred. Asian woman
    Couple 2: Jewish (?) man with a nearly pure Asian woman
    Couple 3: Arab (?) man with blonde/blue woman
    Couple 4: Two blacks
    Couple 5: Pure SE Asian woman with Jewish (?) man
    Couple 6: Two blacks
    Couple 7: Pure SE Asian woman with Indian (?) man
    Couple 8: Mixed Asian man with pred. Caucasoid (?) woman

    This was one of the Super Bowl 2011 commercials, one of the tags for the video (uploaded by Sealy official channel) is "sex", and a user said in the comments that he saw this on Nickelodeon, which is children's channel in the day, and a 'family' sitcom channel in the evening.
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    Black men in romance with white women with thanks to Mark Rivers on, his selections are in Courier font(* = nonconsensual) See also “preferred by white women” below.

    Love Field (1992): Michelle Pfeiffer, Dennis Haysbert. Dir. Jonathan Kaplan.
    The Pelican Brief: Denzel Washington
    Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner: Sidney Poitier
    Save The Last Dance:
    Wild Things 2: Isaiah Washington
    Jungle Fever: Wesley Snipes
    White Lies (1996): Julie Warner and Larry Gilliard, Jr.
    Black and White (1999): Jew director James Toback.
    Liberty Stands Still (2004): Wesley Snipes, Linda Fiorentino.
    A Patch of Blue (1965): Sidney Poitier and Elizabeth Hartman
    The Lost Man (1969): Sidney Poitier and Joanna Shimkus
    Shaft (1971): Richard Roundtree and ________
    187 (1997): Samuel Jackson and Kelly Rowan
    Slaughter (1972): Jim Brown and Stella Stevens
    I, Robot - Will Smith and Bridget Moynahan
    Captive Heart: The James Mink Story – Louis Gossett Jr., Kate Nelligan
    Bad Boys - Will Smith and Tea Leoni
    Daybreak (1993) Cuba Gooding Jr. and Moira Kelly
    Suburbia (1984)
    Courage Under Fire (1996)
    Moll Flanders (1996): Morgan Freeman and Robin Wright Penn
    Bad Company (1995): Lawrence Fishburne, Ellen Barkin.
    Mandingo (1975)

    Emma's War--___________ & Nicole Kidman
    Based on the book by Deborah Scroggins

    Dawn of the Dead--Mekhi Phifer & Inna Korobkina
    Executive producer--Armyan Bernstein (Jew), producer--Richard P. Rubinstein (Jew)
    Interlude in Black--Ivan Rogers & __________
    Director--Ivan Rogers (negro)

    Country of my Skull--Samuel L. Jackson & Juliette Binoche
    Writers--Antjie Krog & Ann Peacock
    Holes--________ & Patricia Arquette
    Director--Andrew Davis, writer--Louis Sachar (Jews)
    Marci X--Damon Wayans & Lisa Kudrow (Jewess)
    Director--Richard Benjamin, Writer--Paul Rudnick (Jews)
    Pieces of April--Derek Luke & Katie Holmes
    Executive producer--Caroline Kaplan (Jewess)
    Thirteen--____________ & Evan Rachel Wood
    Writer/Director--Catherine Hardwicke

    2002 Far From Heaven--Dennis Haysbert & Julianne Moore
    Director--Todd Haynes (homosexual Jew)
    Just a Kiss--Taye Diggs & ___________
    Director--Fisher Stevens (Jew)
    The New Guy--Jerod Mixon & Sunny Mabrey
    Director--Ed Decter (Jew)
    On-Line--Harold Perrineau, Jr. & ____________
    Co-writer & director--Jed Weintrob (Jew)
    Undercover Brother--Eddie Griffin & Denise Richards
    Director--Malcolm Lee (negro)

    The Brothers--Bill Bellamy & Julie Benz
    Writer/Director--Gary Hardwick (negro)
    Save the Last Dance--Sean Patrick Thomas & Julia Stiles
    Director--Thomas Carter (negro)
    Storytelling--Robert Wisdom & Selma Blair (Jewess)
    Writer/Director--Todd Solondz (Jew)
    O--Mekhi Phifer & Julia Stiles
    Director--Tim Blake Nelson (Jew)

    Crime and Punishment in Suburbia--Jeffrey Wright & Ellen Barkin
    Producers--Pamela Koffler, Sara Rose, Christine Vachon & Dara Weintraub
    Finding Forrester--Rob Brown & Anna Paquin
    Director--Gus Van Sant (homosexual)
    Kin--Isaiah Washington & Miranda Otto
    Writer/Director--Elaine Proctor
    Me, Myself and Irene--Tony Cox & Traylor Howard
    Executive producer--Tom Schulman (Jew)
    Shaft--Mekhi Phifer & Elizabeth Banks
    Director--John Singleton (negro)

    The Annihilation of Fish--James Earl Jones & Lynn Redgrave
    Director--Charles Burnett, writer--Anthony C. Winker (negroes)
    A Day in Black & White--Harold Perrineau, Jr & ___________
    Writer/Director--Desmond Hall (negro), Producer--Jon Gold (Jew)
    Life--Bokeem Woodbine & ______________
    A Murder of Crows--Cuba Gooding, Jr. & Ashley Laurence
    Producer--Cuba Gooding, Jr. (negro)
    The Rat Pack--Don Cheadle & Megan Dodds
    Director--Rob Cohen (Jew)
    Raw Nerve--Mario Van Peebles & Nicolette Sheridan
    Director--Avi Nesher (Jew)

    He Got Game--Denzel Washington & Milla Jovovich
    Director--Spike Lee (negro)
    Ringmaster--Michael Jai White & Jaime Pressly
    Director--Neil Abramson, Writer--Jon Bernstein, Producers--Brent Baum, Gary Goldstein & Jerry Springer (Happy Hannukah)
    There's Something About Mary--Keith David & Markie Post
    Co-writer--Ed Decter (Jew) U.S. Marshals--Wesley Snipes & Irene Jacob
    Producers--Arnold & Anne Kopelson (Jews)

    Boogie Nights--Don Cheadle & Melora Walters
    Producer--Lloyd Levin (Jew)
    Jackie Brown--Samuel L. Jackson & Bridget Fonda
    Producer--Lawrence Bender, executive producers--Richard N. Gladstein, Bob & Harvey Weinstein (Jews)
    One Night Stand--Wesley Snipes & Natassja Kinski
    Producer--Robert Engleman, co-executive producer--Richard Saperstein (Jews)

    Freeway--Bokeem Woodbine & Reese Witherspoon
    Writer/Director--Matthew Bright, executive producer--Oliver Stone (Jews)
    Othello--Laurence Fishburne & Irene Jacob
    (NOTE: While the story is Shakespeare's, it should be noted that the director, Oliver Parker, is married to negress Thandie Newton, which could explain why this version of the "Moor", like so many others, is simply a gutter negro.)
    Showgirls--Dewey Weber & Elizabeth Berkley
    Waiting to Exhale--Michael Beach & Kelly Preston
    Director--Forest Whittaker (negro)

    Pulp Fiction (1994) Ving Rhames & Uma Thurman
    Producers--Bob & Harvey Weinstein, Michael Shamberg, Richard M. Gladstein & Lawrence Bender (Jews)
    Jungle Fever (1991) Wesley Snipes & Annabella Sciorra
    Director--Spike Lee (negro)
    White Lie (1991) Gregory Hines & Annette O'Toole
    Director--Bill Condon (homosexual), based on the book by Samuel Charters (negro)

    Bird (1988) Forest Whitaker & Diane Venora
    I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988) Clarence Williams III & Eve Plumb
    Director--Keenan Ivory Wayans (negro)
    A Fight for Jenny (1986) Philip Michael Thomas & Lesley Ann Warren
    Director--Gilbert Moses (negro), executive producer--Robert Greenwald (Jew)
    North and South II (1986) ___________ & Kirstie Alley
    Under the Cherry Moon (1986) Prince & Kristin Scott Thomas
    Director--Prince (negro)
    The Quiet Earth (1985) Pete Smith & Alison Routledge
    White Nights (1985) Gregory Hines & Isabella Rossellini
    Co-writer--James Goldman (Jew)
    Death Wish II (1982) Laurence Fishburne (et al.) & Robin Sherwood*
    Producers--Menahem Golan & Yoram Globus (Jews)
    (NOTE: This is the only film I've found so far that depicts negro-on-White rape, and it should be noted that the gang consisted of both negroes and Whites)

    Good Luck Miss Wyckoff (1979) John Lafayette & Anne Heywood
    Director--Marvin J. Chomsky (Jew), based on the book by William Inge (homosexual)
    The Marriage of Maria Braun (1979) Greg Eagles & Hanna Schygulla
    Co-writer & Director--Rainer Werner Fassbinder (homosexual)
    The Man who Fell to Earth (1976) _________ & __________
    Executive producer--Si Litvinoff (Jew)
    Mandingo (1975) _________ & ___________
    Director--Richard Fleischer (Jew)
    Blazing Saddles (1974) Cleavon Little & Madeline Khan (Jewess)
    Co-writer & Director--Mel Brooks (Jew), co-writer--Richard Pryor (negro), co-writers Norman Steinberg & Andrew Bergman (Jews)
    Together for Days (1972) Clifton Davis & Lois Chiles
    Story by Lindsay Smith
    Gas-s-s-s (1971) Ben Vereen & Cindy Williams
    The Great White Hope (1970) James Earl Jones & Jane Alexander
    Writer--Howard Sackler (Jew)

    100 Rifles--Jim Brown & Raquel Welch (1/2 Bolivian)
    Producer--Martin Schwartz (Jew)
    The Story of a Three-Day Pass (1968) Harry Baird & Nicole Berger
    Writer & Director--Melvin Van Peebles (negro)
    Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967) Sidney Poitier & Katharine Houghton
    Director--Stanley Kramer (Jew)
    The Long Ships (1963) Sidney Poitier & Rosanna Schiaffino
    A Taste of Honey (1961) Paul Danquah & Rita Tushingham
    Co-writer--Shelagh Delaney

    Island in the Sun (1957) Harry Belafonte & __________
    Director--Robert Rossen (Jew)

    White men with Black women - with thanks to Mark Rivers on (* = nonconsensual)
    Bringing Down the House: Queen Latifah (?)
    Catwoman (2004): Halle Berry and Benjamin Bratt.

    Bag of Bones--___________ & ______________ *
    Neo Ned--Gabrielle Union & Jeremy Renner

    House of the Dead--Enuka Okuma & Tyron Leitso
    Malibu's Most Wanted--Regina Hall & Jamie Kennedy (as a Jew)

    2002 28 Days Later...--Naomie Harris & Cillian Murphy
    Austin Powers in Goldmember--Beyonce' Knowles & Mike Myers
    Director--Jay Roach, Executive Producer--Toby Emmerich (Jews)
    Dark Blue--Michael Michelle & Scott Speedman
    Die Another Day--Halle Berry & Pierce Brosnan
    Director--Lee Tamahori (1/2 Pacific Islander)
    Queen of the Damned--Aaliyah & Stuart Townsend
    The Time Machine--Samantha Mumba & Guy Pearce
    Executive producer--Arnold Leibovit (Jew)
    The Truth About Charlie--Thandie Newton & Mark Wahlberg
    Executive producer--Ilona Herzberg

    Glitter--Mariah Carey & Max Beesley
    Director--Vondie Curtis-Hall (negro)
    Monsters' Ball--Halle Berry & Billy Bob Thornton
    Rocky Road--Nicole Smith & Will Wallace
    The Score--Angela Bassett & Robert DeNiro
    Co-director--Frank Oz (Jew)
    Swordfish--Halle Berry & John Travolta; Halle Berry & Hugh Jackman
    Producer--Joel Silver (Jew)

    High Fidelity--Lisa Bonet & John Cusack
    Mission: Impossible II--Thandie Newton & Tom Cruise
    Director--John Woo, executive producer--Terrence Chang (Chinese)
    Road Trip--Mia Amber Davis & DJ Qualls
    Writer/Director--Todd Phillips, Producer--Daniel Goldberg, Executive Producer Ivan Reitman (Jews)
    Supernova--Angela Bassett & James Spader


    Bulworth--Halle Berry & Warren Beatty
    Executive producer--Lauren Donner Shuler (Jewess)
    Mystery Men--Jennifer Lewis & William H. Macy
    Producer--Lloyd Levin (Jew)
    Pariah--Elexa Williams & Damon Jones (et al.*)
    The Wedding--Halle Berry & Eric Thal
    Director--Charles Burnett (negro)

    Jackie Brown--Pam Grier & Robert Forster
    Producer--Lawrence Bender, co-executive producers--Bob & Harvey Weinstein (Jews)

    Mr. & Mrs. Loving--Lela Rochon & Timothy Hutton
    Writer & Director--Richard Friedenberg (Jew)
    The Rich Man's Wife--Halle Berry & Christopher McDonald
    Producer--Roger Birnbaum (Jew)
    That Thing you Do!--__________ (a "Chantrelline") & Ethan Embry
    A Time to Kill--Rae'ven Kelly & _________ & _____________* Director--Joel Schumacher (Jew)

    Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls--Sophie Okonedo & Jim Carrey
    Illegal in Blue--Stacey Dash & Dan Gauthier
    Director--Stu Segall, executive producer--Martin W. Greenwald (Jew)
    Jefferson in Paris--Thandie Newton & Nick Nolte
    Director--James Ivory (homosexual), executive producer--Donald Rosenfeld (Jew)
    Palookaville--Lisa Gay Hamilton & Adam Trese
    Writer--David Epstein (Jew)

    Corrina, Corrina--Whoopi Goldberg & Ray Liotta
    Writer/Director--Jessie Nelson, executive producer--Bernie Goldman (Jew)
    Pulp Fiction--Vanessa Valentino & Quentin Tarantino
    Producer--Lawrence Bender, co-executive producers--Bob & Harvey Weinstein (Jews)

    A Bronx Tale--Taral Hicks & Lillo Brancato
    Producer--Jane Rosenthal (Jewess)

    The Bodyguard--Whitney Houston & Kevin Costner
    Writer/Producer--Lawrence Kasdan (Jew)
    One False Move--Cynda Williams & Billy Bob Thornton
    Director--Carl Franklin (negro)
    Sister Act--Whoopi Goldberg & Harvey Keitel (Jew)
    Director--Emile Ardolini (homosexual), executive producer--Scott Rudin (homosexual Jew)
    Zebrahead--N'Bushe Wright & Michael Rappaport (Jew)

    Flirting--Thandie Newton & Noah Taylor
    Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country--Iman & William Shatner (Jew)
    Co-writer & director--Nicholas Meyer (Jew)


    Harlem Nights (1989) Lela Rochon & Vic Polizos
    Writer/Director--Eddie Murphy (negro)
    Angel Heart (1987) Lisa Bonet & Mickey Rourke
    Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986) Whoopi Goldberg & ___________
    Producer--Joel Silver (Jew)
    Soul Man (1986) Rae Dawn Chong & C. Thomas Howell
    Associate producer--Bernie Goldman (Jew)
    Brewster's Millions (1985) Lonette McKee & Stephen Collins
    Silverado (1985) Lynn Whitfield & Jeff Goldblum (Jew)
    Co-Writer & Director--Lawrence Kasdan, Co-Writer--Mark Kasdan (Jews)

    Nightmare in Badham County (1976) Lynne Moody & Chuck Connors* Live & Let Die (1973) Gloria Hendry & Roger Moore
    Omega Man (1971) Rosalind Cash & Charlton Heston


    Show Boat (1951) Ava Gardner (as a mulatto) & Robert Sterling

    Black/White team movies: note that the villains are almost always white.

    Lethal Weapon (1987): white villains Mitchell Ryan and Gary Busey.
    Bait (2000) Uptight white David Morse uses Jaime Foxx to catch white crook Doug Hutchison.
    Lethal Weapon 2 (1989): White South-African diplomats are race-hating drug dealers.
    Lethal Weapon III (1992): white villain Stuart Wilson selling guns to black youths.
    Lethal Weapon IV (1996): Chinese villain Kim Chan.
    48 Hours
    Bubba Ho-Tep (2002): Bruce Campbell and Ossie Davis v. white Bob Ivey.
    Trading Places: Eddie Murphy and Dan Akroyd v. Old White Men.
    Nothing To Lose (1997): Tim Robbins, Martin Lawrence.
    Another 48 Hours
    Men in Black
    Men in Black: Alien Attack
    Men in Black II
    Wild Wild West: White villain Kenneth Branagh.
    Die Hard (1988) White villain Alan Rickman.
    Die Hard II (1990)
    Die Hard with a Vengeance (1995) White villain Jeremy Irons.
    Rising Sun
    Money Talks (1997): white villains Frank Bruynbroek and Gerard Ismael.
    Running Scared: Gregory Hines and Jew Billy Crystal. Nonwhite villain Jimmy Smits.
    The Last Boy Scout: Bruce Willis, Damon Wayans.
    Blue Streak (2004): white villain Peter Greene.
    National Security (2003): villain white Eric Roberts.
    Fled (1996): Lawrence Fishburne, Stephen Baldwin.
    Bulletproof (1996): cop Damon Wayans, crook Adam Sandler (as a white).
    The Glimmer Man (1996): Steven Seagal, Keenen Ivory Wayans.
    I Spy (2002): Owen Wilson, Eddie Murphy. Script by Morton Fine and David Friedkin.
    Bad Company: Anthony Hopkins, Chris Rock
    Half Past Dead (2002): Stephen Seagal, Morris Chestnut.
    Exit Wounds (2001): Stephen Seagal, DMX.
    Showtime (2002): Robert DeNiro, Eddie Murphy.
    Four Brothers (2005)

    Movies with blacks as God
    Bruce Almighty: Morgan Freeman as God.
    It’s A Very Muppett Christmas Movie (2002): Whoopi Goldberg as God.
    The Stand (1994): Ruby Dee as God-like figure.
    In God We Trust (1980): Richard Pryor as God. Dir. Marty Feldman.
    As Devil: The Devil and Max Devlin (1981): Bill Cosby

    Movies with black presidents
    The Fifth Element: Tom “Tiny” Lister, Jr.
    Deep Impact: Morgan Freeman
    Head of State (2003): Chris Rock
    Stealth Fighter (2000): Ernie Hudson

    Movies with “wise/magical blacks” helping “not-so-wise whites”
    The Legend of Bagger Vance: Will Smith
    The Green Mile: Michael Clarke Duncan
    The Shawshank Redemption: Morgan Freeman
    Something the Lord Made: Mos Def
    About Schmidt (2002): Abdallah Mtulu as Ndugu.
    The Family Man: Don Cheadle as an angel.
    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Morgan Freeman
    The Matrix: Larry Fishburne, and the Oracle
    The Matrix Reloaded: Larry Fishburne and the Oracle
    The Matrix Revolutions: Larry Fishburne and the Oracle
    O Brother, Where Art Thou: Lee Weaver
    Girl, Interrupted: Whoopi Goldberg
    Grumpy Old Men: Ossie Davis
    Happy Gilmore: Carl Weathers (helping Jewish Adam Sandler)
    Rocky III: Carl Weathers
    Seven (1995): Morgan Freeman
    Rudy: Charles S. Dutton
    Bringing Down the House: Queen Latifah
    Soul Man: James Earl Jones
    The Sandlot: James Earl Jones
    Species: Forrest Whitaker
    Ghost: Whoopi Goldberg
    The United States of Leland: Don Cheadle
    Journey Back to Oz (1974 - animated) Bill Cosby as voice of Wizard of Oz.
    The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990): Morgan Freeman
    That Was Then, This Is Now (1985) Morgan Freeman as understanding cop.
    Grand Canyon (1991) Danny Glover helps Kevin Kline. Dir. Lawrence Kasdan.
    The Stand
    Jerry Maguire: Cuba Gooding Jr.
    Radio (2003): Cuba Gooding, Jr.
    The Big Bounce (2004): Morgan Freeman
    Money Train: Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson.
    To Sir with Love (1967) Sidney Poitier
    To Sir with Love II (1996) apparently a remake of Lean on Me.
    The Slender Thread (1965): Sidney Poitier.
    Brother John (1971): Sidney Poitier, dir. James Goldstone.
    Pressure Point (1962): Sidney Poitier.
    Lilies of the Field (1963): Sidney Poitier.
    All the Young Men (1960): Sidney Poitier.
    The Toughest Man in the World (TV, 1988): Mr. T
    Johnny Mnemonic (1995): Ice-T
    The Shining: Scatman Crothers
    Never Die Alone (2004): DMX, David Arquette.
    Gladiator (1992): Ossie Davis
    The Super (1991): bad Joe Pesci is educated about life on the streets.
    Twilight Zone, The Movie (1983): Scatman Crothers in nursing home segment (part 2).
    An Officer and a Gentleman (1982): Louis Gossett Jr. giving “tough love.”

    Movies with “cool blacks”, uncool whites
    The New Guy (2002): Eddie Griffin
    Houseguest (1995): Sinbad
    Beverly Hills Cop (1984): Eddie Murphy and Judge Reinhold.
    Beverly Hills Cop II (1987): Eddie Murphy and Judge Reinhold.
    Sister Act: Whoopi Goldberg
    Sister Act 2: Whoopi Goldberg
    Bullworth: Halle Barry
    White Chicks (2004)
    Putney Swope (1969): Arnold Johnson.
    First Kid (1996): Sinbad.
    The Toy (1982): Richard Pryor.
    Blue Streak (1999): Martin Lawrence enlightens Luke Wilson.
    Head of State (2003): Chris Rock.
    Malibu’s Most Wanted (2003): white is shown as absolutely ridiculous, blacks as cool. Note that the white is Jewish.
    South Park - Bigger, Longer and Uncut: Isaac Hayes.
    Black and White (1999): Jew director James Toback. Whites trying to be like blacks. Jew lawyer helps blacks get recording contracts.
    Fear of a Black Hat (1994): “Vanilla Sherbert” is the joke.
    Soul Plane (2004): Tom Arnold as clueless white man.
    Preferred by white women
    Me, Myself and Irene (2000) White Traylor Howard leaves husb Jim Carey for black midget Tony Cox.
    Freddy Got Fingered (2001) Julie Hagerty leaves husband for Shaquille O’Neal

    Blacks as very strong/tough
    Police Academy (1984): Bubba Smith
    Police Academy 2 (1985): Bubba Smith
    Police Academy 3 (1986): Bubba Smith
    Police Academy 4 (1987): Bubba Smith
    Police Academy 5 (1988): Bubba Smith
    Police Academy 6 (1989): Bubba Smith
    Striptease: Ving Rhames
    Revenge of the Nerds
    Higher Learning: with obese black pummeling hulking white.
    The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
    The Program: scene w/black linebacker abusing white QB “Mayday, mayday”

    Black/White surprise long-lost child
    Made in America (1993)
    Carbon Copy (1981)

    White misfit coaching black sports team

    Wildcats (1986): Goldie Hawn
    Sunset Park (1996): Rhea Perlman (Jew).
    Hard Ball (2001): Keanu Reeves
    Dangerous Minds (1995): Michelle Pfeiffer
    Music of the Heart (1999): Meryl Streep

    Action/Suspense movies with black hero, white villain(s)

    Sweet Sweetback’s Baad Asssss Song (1971)
    Collateral (2004): Jamie Foxx v. Tom Cruise.
    Catwoman (2004): Halle Berry v. Sharon Stone.
    Pulp Fiction: evil white rednecks rape Ving Rhames.
    Posse (1993): Mario Van Peebles v. Richard Jordan.
    Man On Fire: Denzel Washington protecting white family.
    Detour to Terror (1980): O.J. Simpson v. Lorenzo Lamas.
    Slaughter (1972): Jim Brown v. Rip Torn.
    Tougher than Leather (1988): Run DMC v. mafia, racist bikers. Dir. Jew Rick Rubin.
    Jumpin’ Jack Flash (1986)
    Virtuousity (1995): Denzel Washington v. Russell Crowe.
    Slaughter’s Big Rip Off (aka Slaughter II, 1973): Jim Brown v. Ed McMahon.
    Bad Boys: Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Tea Leoni
    Kiss the Girls: Morgan Freeman (w/ white Ashley Judd) v. Cary Elwes.
    The Brother from Another Planet (1984): Joe Morton v. John Sayles, David Strathairn.
    XXX (2002): Vin Diesel v. Marton Csokas. Dir. Rob Cohen.
    Shaft (2000): Samuel L. Jackson, Christian Bale. Dir. black John Singleton.
    Another 48 Hours
    Black Gunn (1972): Jim Brown v. Martin Landau. Tagline: “For every drop of black blood spilled ... a white man pays.”
    Beverly Hills Cop: Eddie Murphy, Stephen Berkoff.
    Action Jackson (1988): Carl Weathers, Craig T. Nelson. Producer Joel Silver.
    I, Robot - Will Smith, Bruce Greenwood
    Enemy of the State (1998) - Will Smith, John Voight.
    Wild, Wild West - Will Smith (with Jewish Kevin Kline), Kenneth Branagh. Dir. Barry Sonnenfeld.
    The Negotiator (1998): Samuel L. Jackson. (I’m assuming here that the villain is white).
    Walking Tall (2004): Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Neal McDonough. Real-life white Buford Pusser is transformed into black Chris Vaughn.
    Blade (1998): Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff.
    Blade II (2002): Wesley Snipes, Luke Goss.
    Blade III (2004): Wesley Snipes, villains Parker Posey and Dominic Purcell
    The Art of War (2000): Wesley Snipes and I’m assuming the villain is white. Snipes with Asian love interest.
    The Fan (1996): Wesley Snipes, Robert DeNiro.
    Cleopatra Jones (1973): Tamara Dobson v. Bill McKinney and Shelley Winters.
    Murder at 1600 (1997): Wesley Snipes, Alan Alda
    U.S. Marshalls (1998): Wesley Snipes (co-hero with Tommy Lee Jones) v. Robert Downey Jr.
    Money Train: Wesley Snipes (co-hero with Woody Harrelson) v. Chris Cooper.
    Little Nikita (1988): Sidney Poitier, Richard Lynch
    Shaft (1971)
    Black Caesar (1973): Fred Williamscon v. Art Lund and Val Avery. Dir. Larry Cohen.
    Passenger 57 (1992): Wesley Snipes, Bruce Payne. “Always bet on black.”
    Shaft in Africa (1973): Richard Roundtree, Frank Finlay
    Shaft’s Big Score (1972): Richard Roundtree, Joe Mascolo. Note hostile look Shaft gives white cop while ordering “black coffee.”
    The Mack (1973): Max Julien.
    Deep Cover (1992): Lawrence Fishburne, jew Jeff Goldblum playing “David Jason.”
    Hoodlum (1997): Lawrence Fishburne, jew Tim Roth playing “Dutch Schultz.”
    Anaconda (1997): Ice Cube, John Voight.
    The Rundown (2003): Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Christopher Walken
    The Scorpion King (2002): Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Steven Brand
    Crimson Tide (1995): Denzel Washington, Gene Hackman
    Foxy Brown (1974): Pam Grier, Peter Brown, Katheryn Loder.
    Coffy (1973): Pam Grier, Allan Arbus, Sid Haig.
    Bucktown (1975): Fred Williamson and Pam Grier v. Art Lund and white cops.
    Hurricane Smith (1992): Carl Weathers fights white Australians.
    Braker (1985 TV) Carl Weathers. Failed pilot for cop drama w/black vet & white rookie.
    Cocaine and Blue Eyes (1983): O. J. Simpson.
    Three the Hard Way (1974): Fred Williamson, Jim Brown and Jim Kelly v. Jay Robinson.
    Panther (1995):
    ...Tick...Tick...Tick...(1970): Jim Brown.
    Drop Zone (1994): Wesley Snipes v. Gary Busey.
    Suburbia (1984)
    Devil in a Blue Dress (1995): Denzel Washington
    The Glass Shield (1994) Ice Cube
    The Manchurian Candidate (2004): Denzel Washington v. Meryl Streep, Liev Schreiber.

    Comedy with Black Hero, White Villain

    Brewster’s Millions (1985)
    Harlem Nights (1989): Eddie Murphy v. Danny Aiello and Michael Lerner.
    The Cherokee Kid (1996): Sinbad v. James Coburn
    I’m Gonna Get You Sucka
    Dolemite (1975)
    The Human Tornado: Dolemite II (1976): Rudy Ray Moore v. J. B. Baron
    Marci X (2003) Jew and black unite to protect gangsta rap from conservative white man.
    Black Knight
    Pootie Tang (2003): Lance Crouther v. Robert Vaughn.
    Surf Nazis Must Die (1987): Gail Neely kills neo-Nazis.

    Black hero in general
    Goldie and the Boxer (1979): O.J. Simpson as father figure to white Melissa Michaelsen.
    Goldie and the Boxer go to Hollywood (1981): more of the same.
    Independence Day (1996): Will Smith saving us from aliens.
    Night of the Living Dead (1968): Duane Jones.
    Night of the Living Dead (1990): Tony Todd
    Dawn of the Dead (2004). Ving Rhames.
    Osmosis Jones (2001): blood cell with Chris Rock’s voice saves whites from germs.
    Lean on Me (1989) Morgan Freeman overcomes schemes by white officials to make him fail.
    Children of the Dust (1995): Sidney Poitier.
    Michael Jordan: An American Hero (1999 TV)
    Undercover Brother: Eddie Griffin, Chris Kattan
    Space Jam (1996): Michael Jordan.

    Black Victim, White Villain
    White Slavery of Blacks
    Amistad (1997)
    Roots: the next generation
    Mandingo (1975)
    Beloved (1998)
    Captive Heart: The James Mink Story (1996)
    Down in the Delta (1998)
    Enslaved (1999)
    Fields of Endless Day (1978)
    I is a Long Memoried Woman (1990)
    Loyalties (1999)
    No Master Over Me (1998)
    Of Kith and Kin (1998)
    Sankofa (1993)
    Shadrach (1998)
    Solomon Northrup’s Odyssey (1994)
    Songs are Free (1991)
    The Underground Railroad (1999)
    Waking in Mississippi (1998)

    White abuse of Blacks other than Slavery (e.g. discrimination, violence...)
    A Time to Kill: Samuel Jackson, RaeVen Larrymore Kelly
    Walking Tall (2004): The Rock
    Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) dir. Rob Reiner (Jewish)
    Mississippi Burning
    Monster’s Ball
    For Us the Living: The Medgar Evers Story
    4 Little Girls
    Rosewood (1997) dir. John Singleton (black)
    Once Upon a Time... When We Were Colored (1995)
    The Long Walk Home (1990)
    The Craft (1996): blonde Christine Taylor picks on black Rachel True.
    The Rosa Parks Story (2002)
    The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson (1990)
    The Tuskegee Airmen (1995)
    George Wallace (1997)
    A Soldier’s Story (1984) dir. Norman Jewison (Jewish)
    In the Heat of the Night (1967) dir. Norman Jewison
    White Lie (1991): Gregory Hines.
    A Lesson Before Dying (1999) Don Cheadle.
    Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (1978)
    The Color Purple (1985)
    White Man’s Burden (1995): “reverse-world”: blacks are vicious oppressors and whites are humble, honest underclass. Lesson: blacks are really the humble, honest...
    Freedom Song (2000)
    A Raisin in the Sun (1989)
    A Raisin in the Sun (1961)
    Mandela (1987)
    Good Fences (2003)
    Men of Honor (2000)
    Chiefs (1983 miniseries)
    Mandela and de Klerk (1997) Sidney Poitier, Michael Caine
    Separate but Equal (1991): Sidney Poitier
    Carter’s Army (aka Black Brigade, 1970)
    To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
    Hart’s War (2002)
    The Atlanta Child Murders (1985 mini) says black convicted killer Wayne Williams was innocent.
    Beloved (1998)
    ...Tick...Tick...Tick...(1970): Jim Brown.
    Black Like Me
    The Hurricane (1999): black boxer falsely imprisoned by racist white establishment.
    Cry Freedom (UK 1987): discrimination in Apartheid South Africa.
    O, Brother, Where Art Thou: Jim Crow, Klan, lynching. Dir. Jewish Coen brothers.
    The Glass Shield (1994) Ice Cube. Discrimination in LAPD.
    The Wilby Conspiracy (1975). South African govt tries to murder black activist.
    Jasper, Texas (2003)
    Bring It On (2000) white protagonists inadvertently steal blacks’ cheer routine.

    White movies remade black or blacker

    Walking Tall (2004)
    The Muppet’s Wizard of Oz (2005 TV)
    The Manchurian Candidate (2004)
    Ocean’s Eleven (2001)
    Hook (1991) very sweet scene where black kid looks into Robin Williams’ face.
    Four Brothers (2005) remake of The Sons of Katie Elder
    Wild Wild West (1999) Will Smith as Jim West

    Blacks Inserted Into White Historical Settings

    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Morgan Freeman
    Texas Rangers (2001): Usher Raymond
    Silverado: Danny Glover
    Blazing Saddles (1974): Cleavon Little. Dir and written by Mel Brooks.
    Posse (1993): Mario Van Peebles and others as black cowboys.
    Gang of Roses
    Girl Interrupted: based on a true story. The character played by Whoopie Goldberg was actually white.

    Movies with White Hero/Victim, Black Villain (for comparison)Demolition Man: Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes. Note that the boss villain is white.
    A Stranger in Town (1995 TV): Jean Smart, Gregory Hines as stalker.
    Candyman (1992): Virginia Madsen, Tony Todd.
    Candyman II: Farewell to the Flesh (1995): Kelly Rowan, Tony Todd.
    The Even Stevens Movie (2003): Shia Lebouef v. Tim Meadows.
    Marked for Death (1990) Steven Seagal (Jew, with black Keith David) v. Basil Wallace.
    Birth of a Nation (1915)
    Training Day: Ethan Hawke v. Denzel Washington (who is evil because he hurts blacks).
    The Principal: James Belushi (love interest black Rae Dawn Chong).
    Rocky II: Sylvester Stallone (with black Carl Weathers) v. Mr. T.
    Zulu: blacks are enemies in war, but not really shown as “villains.”
    Black Hawk Down
    Unbreakable (2000): Bruce Willis v. Samuel L. Jackson.
    Conan the Barbarian: Arnold Schwarzenegger, white woman & 2 Asians v. James Earl Jones and whites.
    1 Willd Wild West was losely based on a real life person. The main character in this movie was played by Negro Will Smith. The man in real life that the movie was based on was a White man.

    2 Girl interrupted was losely based on a true storey. The head nurse in the movie was played by Negress Whoppie Goldberg. In real life, the head nurse at the facility were the movie was based upon was a White woman.
    Boiler Room has both Giovanni Ribisi and Nicky Katt dating a black woman,

    28 Days later the white man and the black woman are survivors/lovers

    King of New York- Wesley Snipes is a good cop with a white wife

    Young Americans, with Harvey Keitel, young hero and black girl in love

    The original Dawn of the Dead, and Day of the Dead also had a Black hero, Day of the dead has racist militiamen in it also.
    I never saw the original "House of Wax" but I did see the recent version which had Paris Hilton with some black boyfriend in the movie
    The new version of the all black "Honeymooners" and the movie "Hitch" where a stupid White man needs help from Will Smith on how to be cool.
    Disney's The Haunted Mansion(2003)
    White Male/Black Female love interest
    Nathaniel Parker, Rachael Harris
    Phone Booth (2002) - good black cop Forrest Whittaker saving white guy from evil white Keifer Sutherland

    African and Oriental gods in movies about Norse mythology movie Thor and Greek mythology movie Clash of the Titans.
    Heimdall become Black in the Thor 2011 Movie
    Dr Doolittle, the Nutty Professor ,Nick Fury become Black.
    Conan the Barbarian played by 1/4 Hawaiian and 1/4 black.
    Black the Kingpin in Daredevil
    Black Green lantern
    They made Cat woman half black in the film and a jew in the comic.
    Black Karate Kid
    Non Whites in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena and 1997 Disney Hercules.
    Black Beowulf
    Maori playing a Celt/Gaul in Spartacus Blood and Sand
    Black Friar Tuck, Non White Guinevere
    The Tekken film (Christie is Jin's love interest instead of Chinese Ling Xiaoyu having a crush on him in the games. In the film Japanese Jin is played by an Asian (Chinese) John Foo and Christie is played by a White lady Kelly Overton. Jin's other gf is Kara and she is played by a White lady Mircea Monroe.) and the Dragon ball film also became race mixing.

    Game of Thrones fantasy series thats airing soon? It looks like it could be pretty good, but it seems they have been able to inject even our european fantasies with race mixing propaganda. Not only that but it's the same mut who is playing Conan in the new remake

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    Interracial themes in films and tv

    Heroes tv series
    Shortland Street
    The Big C (TV series)
    Outrageous Fortune is a New Zealand comedy/drama tv series
    Shanghai Knights
    Charlie's Angels
    Twilight Film series ( Jacob Black)
    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ( the Asian girl Cho and the two girls at the Ball)
    Fantastic Four (2005) and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007).

    Mother and Child (2010)- Samuel Jackson and Naomi Watts play an interracial couple in Mother and Child.

    Save the last dance

    Strange Days, 1996 20th Century Fox
    White Men Can’t Jump, 1992 20th Century Fox
    Monster’s Ball, 2001 Lionsgate
    Soul Man, 1986 New World Pictures
    Made in America, 1993 Warner Bros.
    Jungle Fever, 1991 Universal Pictures
    The Bodyguard, 1992 Warner Bros.
    The Princess and the Frog, 2009, Disney

    Here are a bunch of movies to not allow your kids to watch. Some of them have no blatant interracial themes, but if you look in the background, it is plain to see.

    Save the Last Dance
    Jungle Fever
    National Security
    The Bodyguard
    Charlie's Angels
    Ghost Ship
    The Animatrix
    Dirty Dancing
    Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
    Love's Labour's Lost
    The Governess
    Meet the Parents
    To Sir With Love
    Moll Flanders
    Cruel Intentions
    Dracula 2000
    Can't Hardly Wait
    Jefferson in Paris
    American Pie 2
    Love Song
    One Night Stand
    Black and White
    Fools Rush In
    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
    Austin Powers 3: Goldmember
    The Nutty Professor
    Road Trip
    The Rat Pack
    Secrets and Lies
    Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World
    Far From Heaven
    Maid in Manhattan
    The Wedding Planner
    The Rich Man's Wife
    Monster's Ball
    Die Another Day
    Karatae Kid 2
    the Time Machine
    Tommarow Never Dies
    The Transporter
    Shanghai Knights
    East is East
    The Score
    Pulp Fiction
    The Omega Man
    28 Days Later
    Blade 2
    The Rules of Attraction

    Mr. Baseball, with Tom Selleck trying to seduce some jap girl, and they end up getting married.

    Phat Beach is another movie full of race-mixing. Two stereotyped Norwegian girls (who I guess have a higher libido than negro's according to the jew) are seduced by a groid and a wigger and have go back to the hotel.

    Me, Myself, and Irene
    Play it to the Bone
    Keeping the Faith
    Liberty Street
    Miss Congeniality
    Finding Forrester
    House on Haunted Hill
    La Bamba
    Sweet November
    Fast and Furious
    Mission Impossible II.

    "Snow Falling on Cedars"
    "The New Guy" *
    "Shaft" (as if you would see this one anyway)*
    "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" (Ditto)
    "Live and Let Die"
    The upcoming "Neo Ned"
    "U.S. Marshalls"
    "Heaven and Earth"
    "Rambo: First Blood Part II"
    "28 Days Later"
    And, although it's been a while since I saw it, I believe that in"Shanghai Noon", the White character ends up with either the Indian woman or the Chinese woman.

    "Soylent Green" -- Chuck Connors "furniture" is a Negress, and Charlton Heston implies he'd have sex with the same Negress if he "had the time."

    "The Long Ships" -- Negro Sidney Poitier "Arab" wife is played by an Italian actress, and he also attempts to seduce a Viking princess, but is stopped by a Viking just in time to prevent him.

    "The Quiet Earth" -- A very good Australian film from the last-man-on-Earth genre if not for the sexual relationship between a White red-headed woman and a Black Aborigine.

    "The World, the Flesh and the Devil" -- Again, another from the last-man-on-Earth genre that's similar to "The Quiet Earth" and has a Negro (Harry Belafonte), a beautiful White Aryan woman (Inger Stevens) and a White man (Mel Ferrer) in a love triangle.

    I remember this next one from MST3K. "Devilfish" -- The protagonist has a sexual relationship with a blue-eyed Negress.

    Save the Last Dance-Looked stupid
    O-Aimed at mTV trash
    National Security- looked stupid
    Charlie's Angels- Lame excuse to have women dance around w/ little on
    Ghost Ship- never saw, heard it was terrible
    The Animatrix-anime always sucks
    Dirty Dancing- look at the title
    Love's Labour's Lost- sounds likea bad romance novel
    Dracula 2000*- Insulting to Bram Stroker's genious
    Can't Hardly Wait- Unbarebly lame
    American Pie 2-
    Black and White-look at the title
    Crazy/Beautiful-read note on Charlie's Angels
    Fools Rush In-Was this a Romancecomedy? (if so there always bad)
    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story- pff . . . lame
    Austin Powers 3: Goldmember- TERRIBLE, should of stopped at 2
    The Nutty Professor- All those black comics suck
    Road Trip- Tom Green 'nough said
    Maid in Manhattan-
    The Wedding Planner-
    Swordfish- Cool movie . . . IF YOUR WANNABE HAXER/EUROTRASH

    "Show Boat" (1951).


    "High Fidelity" also pairs John Cusack with Lisa Bonet.

    House of Wax (remake)
    Australian Rules
    Broken English
    The Queit American
    Guess Who
    The Lover
    L' Amant (The Lover)
    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

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    Wow, it would be much easier (and probably more pleasant) to make note of commercials where the white person and/or male is not the dupe of the colored person and/or woman

    I made a joking observation in passing whilst watching one of these commercials with one of my "mainstream" friends. I said something to the effect of "where are all of these educated, articulate, well-adjusted, intact, suburban black families?" She laughed and said something to the effect of "oh my God, no you didn't..." It was one of those "auggghh, that's awfulllll " kind of reactions.

    You've got to plant those seeds sometimes, you know?

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    Seems like the Chinese don't like Niggers either.
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