When a movie is used to smuggle in anti-white male propaganda; when the all female writers with vengeance in their hearts go after the white men people who founded it, — on purpose, — to retaliate against white male people; when anti-white meme’s like ‘Diversity’ and ‘Multiculturalism’ get control of a feature motion picture then use it to promote by stealth, without announcing their non-white male propaganda, they need to be exposed.

[Disney brand manager] Kathleen Kennedy founded the group in 2012 when she succeeded George Lucas as president of Lucasfilm, putting Kiri Hart [right] a former film and TV writer, in charge of the unit. Ms. Hart’s first move was to make the story group entirely female, starting with Rayne Roberts and Carrie Beck. Both women had experience in film development but had also worked in other arenas — Ms. Roberts in magazine publishing, and Ms. Beck with the Sundance Institute.” Sundance, ….figures. Craggy-face, uber-Liberal Robert Redford..


This White = Evil Star Wars trend, developing for some time, was exacerbated by Trump Derangement syndrome. When Rogue One: A Stars Wars Story was released in December 2016, a month after Trump’s victory, its writers directly said Donald Trump and white people are the embodiment of evil:

“In the wake of this week’s U.S. election, the symbol of Star Wars’ Rebellion had been adopted by many fans protesting the victory of Donald Trump — and now, two of the writers of next month’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story have referenced the relationship between that movie and the current political reality on social media. Chris Weitz tweeted the following Friday morning: “Please note that the Empire is a white supremacist (human) organization.” Gary Whitta, the original writer on the project, responded in kind, tweeting: “Opposed by a multi-cultural group led by brave women.”

“Weitz’s tweet followed his praise for this op-ed piece from CBR.com, which explicitly connects Rogue One to this week’s U.S. elections, with writer Brett White calling the movie “the most relevant movie of 2016,”
“White Americans see what Brett White wants from America too. The fact that they seem to be are tuning out and rejecting this message is cause for hope.” And a Pox on Disney