Archive for the 'Rich Brooks' Category

9 August, 2006

Posted by alex in book reviews, Rich Brooks at 5:18 am | Permanent Link

Book Review: Julian by Gore Vidal Modern Library (1964 – 505 pp.) August 3, 2006 Imperial Rome in the mid-4th Century A.D. A period disturbingly like our own in many ways. The old republic is long gone, replaced by a corrupt and now decaying empire characterized by frequent political assassinations and intrigue and held together […]

17 April, 2006

Posted by alex in movie reviews, Rich Brooks at 9:32 pm | Permanent Link

Reviewed by Rich Brooks “A History of Violenceâ€? is one of the better films I have seen recently. Directed by Canadian jew David Cronenberg, it professes to be a strong message against violence, yet I failed to view it as such. To me it was more of a film noir crime mystery which raised serious […]

17 March, 2006

Posted by alex in movie reviews, Rich Brooks at 9:18 pm | Permanent Link

I finally had the opportunity to see the much ballyhooed “gay cowboyâ€? movie, “Brokeback Mountain.â€? But just as I had suspected, the film simply didn’t measure up to all of the hype. Two positive things about it though: the scenery is spectacular and there are no niggers or jews in the cast. No, wait a […]

17 March, 2006

Posted by alex in movie reviews, Rich Brooks at 9:08 pm | Permanent Link

Last week we again saw the Hymiewood Academy choose among five leftwing, anti-White “best pictureâ€? Oscar nominees. As was true last year, they chose as the winner the one movie I was previously unaware of and which, coincidentally, was a product of the same screenwriter, Paul Haggis. Haggis, whose work prior to “Million Dollar Babyâ€? […]

17 March, 2006

Posted by alex in media, media criticism, movie reviews, Rich Brooks at 8:53 pm | Permanent Link

“Good Night and Good Luckâ€?   reviewed March 16, 2006   Perhaps no political figure in history other than Adolf Hitler has been vilified by the jewsmedia more than Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy (1908-1957).  In fact the word “McCarthyismâ€? was coined during the 1950s as a shorthand to demonize political opponents and is still in […]