By Dr. Patrick Slattery @David Duke.com
Recently I was invited to join a group of young people on an outing to the movies to see “the Duff,” which is the latest fun Hollywood movie aimed at teens. Not knowing anything about the movie, I did a quick Google search and found the following guide for parents. (Don’t feel obliged to read the whole thing. The first few sentences will give you the idea.)
Sex & Nudity
5/10 A teen boy and a teen girl go on a date at his house and she imagines him clearing the table onto the floor, laying her on it, lying on top of her and kissing her (we see her bare thighs and knees as he lies between them, and the sequence ends).
A shirtless teen boy in a bedroom window kisses a teen girl wearing a bra and skirt; we see them in profile only (some cleavage above her bra is shown).
A teen couple kiss for the first time and he says that he is more of a “tongue guy”; she asks if that means his tongue would go all the way through her and come out her bottom, like porn, and he laughs and asks how old the porn she watches is; she begins to kiss him and licks his cheek instead and he laughs.
A teen girl pretends that a store dummy is her boyfriend; she pulls its arm off and rubs its hand on her breast, then kisses its mouth, sticks her tongue into its lips and rubs her groin on its abdomen while standing; she lies on top of the dummy on the floor briefly, puts her face to a mirror and sticks her tongue out to touch her own tongue in its image while another teen girl films all this action (unbeknownst to her), places it on a website and broadcasts it to everyone in the high school; in the cafeteria the next day a teen boy holds up a CPR dummy (includes only waist to head), kisses it, rubs it on his crotch and tells the girl that she can have it next. A teen girl kisses her ex-boyfriend in a corridor in front of another girl as she stares at her. A daydream features a teen couple kissing passionately for several seconds. A teen girl kisses a teen boy on the cheek. In a daydream, a teen girl says to a teen boy, “I want to make out with your face” and he replies, “Good, because my face wants to make out with you” and they kiss for several seconds. Two men kiss in an outtake as the end credits play.
A daydream features a fake porno film in which a teen girl (the dreamer) and her male friend portray a woman (wearing a negligee top that reveals shoulders, arms and some cleavage) and a man (wearing tight swim trunks, baring his chest, shoulders, arms and legs); she makes a remark about wanting to have sex and answers the door to a teen boy with a pizza and diving gear as he looks into the camera and says, “I like to have sex with girls” and she looks into the lens and says, “I’m a girl,” and they embrace and kiss passionately as the daydream ends.
A teen girl is in a scoop neckline that reveals a little cleavage and a teen boy says, “Look at those!”; she pushes up her bosom with her hands and twerks the air for about 3 seconds, and then says, “Try to keep it in your pants!” A teen girl walks into the boy’s locker room where we see many teen boys shirtless, in underwear that bares their thighs and legs and reveals a bulge at the groin area, or long towels to their ankles and revealing a few navels; one boy flexes his pectoral muscles at the girl, making her laugh and on a chalkboard in the back of the room he draws a penis and testicles, as he also draws table/seating arrangements for her to use on a date in order to persuade a boy to kiss her. Several teen girls wear cut-off midriff tops, with low-cut necklines and tight and/or low-rise jeans, shorts, or coveralls; some girls wear short-shorts and very short skirts (we see some abdomens, a few navels, and some cleavage).
A teen girl wearing a short skirt reveals the bottoms of her buttocks as she walks away from the camera. On a cell phone video, a girl sitting in profile pushes up her skirt briefly to reveal lace panties. At a school dance, some teen girls wear low-cut dresses that reveal some cleavage, along with some short skirts that bare the leg from mid-thighs to ankles. A teen girl wears a backless top that is open in an inverted V from between her shoulder blades to her waistline. A teen girl wears a bandeau top that has a large bow on it, revealing midriff (no navel). A video game shows a cartoon woman wearing a tight dress and her breast and stomach jiggle. A teen boy helps a teen girl in a lingerie store to find bras, panties and a negligee (we see plastic busts of faceless women wearing fancy bras in the store).
Three high school boys look at teen girls walking down a hallway and two of the boys talk about having sex with the girls in crude terms and a gay teen says that he would have sex with one of the girls, but he would not like it. We hear that a woman is divorced and her ex wanted the dog instead of their child. We hear that a man and a woman intend to divorce. We hear about a few breakups among high school students and about teen girls deciding how to approach teen boys for dates.
A cell phone image has the hashtag #MyFutureBabyDaddy. At a food court, a woman asks a man if he has a wiener in his mouth or he is happy to see her; he looks confused and asks where the camera is (like for “Punked” or “Candid Camera”). A middle-aged woman signs up for four dating sites. A teacher in a high school hallway opens his classroom door and yells, “Get your finger out of there!” to a male student off-screen (we don’t see where the finger is). A teen boy talks about another teen boy and a teen girl and asks if he can join them or watch (presumably in sex acts). A few songs have sexually suggestive lyrics.
It sounds like pretty much the whole film is about sex. Even so, the parental guide gave the film a 5 on a scale of ten. So this is considered average when it comes to the sexual content of movies, one could suppose.
I am not a film critic, and I have not seen “the Duff.” For those of you who are curious, this is supposed to be the movie’s storyline, according to the movie review site Rotten Tomatoes:
“Bianca (Mae Whitman) is a content high school senior whose world is shattered when she learns the student body knows her as ‘The DUFF’ (Designated Ugly Fat Friend) to her prettier, more popular friends (Skyler Samuels & Bianca Santos). Now, despite the words of caution from her favorite teacher (Ken Jeong), she puts aside the potential distraction of her crush, Toby (Nick Eversman), and enlists Wesley (Robbie Amell), a slick but charming jock, to help reinvent herself. To save her senior year from turning into a total disaster, Bianca must find the confidence to overthrow the school’s ruthless label maker Madison (Bella Thorne) and remind everyone that no matter what people look or act like, we are all someone’s DUFF.
Rotten Tomatoes seems to have left out the part about all high school students in the movie talking about sex all the time. The movie has a PG-13 rating, which is the most sought after rating in Hollywood. PG-13 does not restrict anyone from seeing the movie, it simply advises parents that some of the content might not be suitable for children under 13. The corollary is that the Motion Picture Association, which rates films, thinks it’s just fine for 13 year-olds to see high school students portrayed as spending their whole day talking about their sexual desires and exploits. As long as the sex is implied and not explicitly portrayed, the film can get a PG-13 rating.
And this suits Zio-Hollywood. They want the goyim’s daughters to grow up to be shiksa. Shiksa is a Yiddish word meaning “abomination,” “impure,” or “object of loathing.” Among American Jews, it is an offensive term applied to a non-Jewish girl or woman. Zio-Hollywood saturates its productions with inticing images of drug and alcohol use because it sees Jews as being relatively less vulnerable to these images than Goyim. Orthodox Jews, which are the reproductive core of the Jewish tribe, shield their children from Zio-Hollywood, and non-Orthodox Jews tend to be wealthy enough to keep their kids busy with healthier extra-curricular activities and are less dependent on the television set as a babysitter.
This article from Haaretz in Israel is perfectly example that the Jewish problem goes far beyond Zionism. Haaretz is considered ant-radical Zionist and supports peace, yet here is an article in which it praises the Jewish war on “Family Culture” in the United States and how “Jews are asserting their Jewishness by glorifying obscenity.” Again, the article is not condemning their attack on the American family, it is boasting about it and praising it! This is the kind of shocking information that most Americans are completely ignorant of that Dr. Duke helps bring to American people and to the world.
So it should be no wonder that Zio Hollywood is intentionally undermining the sexual morality aspect of what University of Massachusetts Professor Josh Lambert disparagingly refers to as America’s “family-friendly culture.” If young goyim get drawn into sex in their early and mid-teens, they will be less likely get into good colleges, where European Americans already face major discrimination. Combined with drug and alcohol use and saturated with an unhealthy and anti-intellectual mass media, the young “shiksa” are being put on a path of being a single mother perhaps to a single child where they will struggle to get by with low-paying, low-skill jobs. Meanwhile, Orthodox Jewish girls will stay at home and raise large families while non-Orthodox Jewish girls will tend towards more important and higher paying careers.
The bottom line: Zio-Hollywood knows that shiksa training films like “The Duff” are “good for the Jews.”
Although it may seem very odd to think that these Jewish moguls intentionally are trying to damage the non-Jews, all one has to do is read what they themselves say! The Haaretz headlines boasting about how “Brilliant” Jews are destroying “family friendly culture” and how Jews in Hollywood are “asserting their Jewishness by glorifying obscenity,” says it all.
Watch the following two videos by Dr. David Duke.
Hollywood Basterds exposes the Jewish role in promoting violence and even torture, including torture porn and other destructive values and behaviors.
In the second video, Freud, Zionism and the Sexual Revolution Dr. Duke exposes the Jewish hatred toward Gentiles in one of the most famous Jews of all time, Sigmund Freud. His and other Jewish efforts to undermine sexual morality are thoroughly exposed in this incredibly powerful video which is one of my and Dr. Duke’s favorite videos. Watch these videos and share them!