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Old March 3rd, 2019 #8
Stewart Meadows
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WaPo Female Kike Outraged People Don’t Want to Watch Captain Foot Fungus

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 1, 2019

Face like a bulldog

Ass like an Auschwitz inmate after Britain bombed the supply lines

Feet like a mistreated elderly person in a budget nursing home

This is your new flying mommy and if you don’t like her you’re an anti-Semite

The recent Captain Marvel drama has been highly instructive. Basically, the Jewish belief is that if they put out a film pushing a subversive cultural agenda, you don’t have a right to dislike the film, and if you voice dislike for the film, you must be silenced.

It won’t be long before giving a bad review of a socially-charged superhero film will be reason enough for antifa to show up at your house and attack you.

Hideous female Jew Kayla Epstein has something to say on the issue of the filthy goyim believing they can be against Hollywood movies that promote a Jew agenda.

She is already on verge of saying that disliking this film is an anti-Semitic canard.

She writes for Washington Post:

Here's an excerpt from jew shitbag Kayla Epstein's anti-white article:

Trolls target female-led blockbusters. Ahead of ‘Captain Marvel,’ Rotten Tomatoes shut them down.

By Kayla Epstein
February 28

A blockbuster is set to open with a lead who is not male or not white. People are excited about the film, but trolls hijack the conversation, sometimes targeting the movie’s stars. What should have been a good time instead becomes an Internet maelstrom in which a movie and its actors must not only promote the work but also simultaneously assert its right to exist.

One website took steps this week to interrupt that vicious cycle.

On Monday, Rotten Tomatoes, an online review aggregation service that allows the public to score the movies alongside critics, announced that it would no longer allow users to comment ahead of a movie’s release. Rotten Tomatoes assured users they would be able to post reviews after the movies had opened and that its signature audience score would appear after a film is released.

The site had been used by some individuals to try — or at least, threaten — to “bomb” audience ratings for films such as “Black Panther” and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” which both featured diverse casts and prominent female characters.