Kathryn Bigelow’s New Film “Detroit” Exposes Evil White Cops Targeting Unarmed Blacks During 1967 Riots

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
July 27, 2017

That’s a strange-looking kitchen, Kathryn.

When a woman reaches 65 years of age, her life usually revolves around caring for grandchildren and enjoying retirement with her husband.

Not filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow, though.

See, Kathryn Bigelow is unmarried and childless. And like most White women without strong male guidance, Bigelow is an honorary Jewess whose political beliefs are to the left of Chairman Mao.

On August 4th, Bigelow’s latest film, Detroit, will be released in the United States. Starring the literal ape from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the film guilt-trips White viewers into thinking that Detroit’s White police officers were in the wrong for shooting Blacks during the city’s notorious 1967 riots.

Daily Mail:

Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow brought her powerful interpretation of Detroit’s racially charged 1967 riots home to the city in the world premiere of “Detroit,” saying she hoped the film would encourage a wider dialogue nationwide.

“Detroit” recreates the summer civil unrest by African-Americans in the city 50 years ago, and the little-known police interrogation and shootings of three young black men at the Algiers Motel.

The movie, out in major U.S. cities on Friday, has a rare 100 percent-positive review score on aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes with many movie critics calling it timely but painful to watch.

Bigelow, in Detroit for Tuesday’s premiere, noted that although the events took place a half century ago, unarmed black men were still being shot by police in the United States.

“These events keep happening. I mean look at how timely and topically it is with Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Laquan McDonald, Freddie Gray,” Bigelow told reporters on the red carpet.

Brown, Martin, McDonald and Gray were killed in separate incidents between 2012 and 2015, sparking protests and debate over perceived racial bias among U.S. police. Martin was killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer.

“I think (the film is) an opportunity to encourage or invite a dialogue about bridging a divide this country desperately needs, in my humble opinion,” Bigelow added.

In “Detroit,” actor Will Poulter plays a white, racist police officer who was subsequently tried and acquitted of all charges in the shootings.

Everything about this film reeks of liberal desperation.

I mean, latching onto a 50-year-old event that most people don’t care about to highlight the ridiculous “unarmed Black teen slaughtered by White cop with KKK membership” narrative that wasn’t even convincing when the media actually pushed it?

Only a woman or a Jew would think that was a good idea.

Moreover, choosing an event based in Detroit to deliver your propaganda is ludicrous. I’m not an expert in emotional manipulation, but I’m pretty sure that if you want Whites to feel bad for Blacks, you shouldn’t set the movie in the one city whose fate causes everyone to mutter “fucking niggers” under their breath.

White Americans know how Detroit ended up, Ms. Bigelow, and they don’t have much sympathy for the “unarmed teens” responsible for it.

While I doubt Detroit will flop due to its overwhelmingly positive critical reception, it might end up doing an American History X and inadvertently redpill Whites about race. After all, this is a film about a giant chimpout, and chimpouts are difficult to frame as noble enterprises at the best of times.

Kathryn Bigelow also directed Strange Days (1995), a pro-miscegenation thriller inspired by the 1992 Los Angeles riots following the Rodney King verdict. Those wacky Aryan Princesses of ours, eh?

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