Thursday, 22 January 2015

Hostel, Torture Porn and Jewish Hollywood's Anxiety



Among the worst of all the degenerate filth pumped out of the Hollywood ''Dream Factory'' is the genre known as ''Torture Porn'' or ''Gorno''. The Torture Porn genre, unlike classic horror, is not cartoonish in the manner of Evil Dead and not witty like Nightmare on Elm Street, Torture Porn does what it says on the tin, it depicts torture as realistically as possible.
 One of the biggest hitters in the Torture porn canon is 'Hostel'' and the inevitable sequels that wriggled out of its bloody corpse. Directed by Eli Roth and produced by Scott Spiegel, Mike Fleiss and goy wonder Quentin Tarantino, the 2005 hit cost $4 Million to make and earned $80 Million at the box office.

 The movie opens in Amsterdam with a gang of trendy backpackers, two White and one Hispanic from California, wandering around looking for dope and ''Euro-pussy'' which isn't hard to find because all of the European girls are stoner sluts or whores with nothing else going on except to screw and parteee! After being locked out of their lodgings our intrepid trio are invited into a hotel room by a young man with a funny accent, he turns out to be Slovakian and he has an air of scrut, filth and deceit about him, as well as a gigantic mole and a 1980's tracksuit. The shifty Slav shows our boys where the best ''Euro-Pussy'' can be found in Slovakia, according to him they have a shortage of men because of ''The War'', so either the Euro-Pussy is eighty years old or he's a liar as there hasn't been a war that would affect the demographics in Slovakia for a long time. And that includes the Marxist war waged by Eli Roth's people.



 As we arrive in Slovakia it's quite clear that, if this is the place with the most beautiful women in Europe it certainly isn't down to the local gene pool, Jewish director Roth has done his outside best to paint the Slovakian people as genetic sewage, rotten slack jawed yokels with teeth missing and huge hairy moles is the order of the day, and to make matters worse Roth has cranked up the scary, ominous music to level 9.
 Eastern Europe, then, is not friendly to multicultural liberals from America.

Despite the shocking ugliness of the locals they have somehow managed to produce an astounding selection of divinely beautiful White women, who then set about seducing our heroes with Roth ensuring the Hispanic gets the blond, of course. Needless to say the girls are a set up and the boys swiftly start disappearing from the Hostel where they are staying, the only civilized company they have as their numbers decrease are a couple of Japanese girls. Our Mexican, who is bizarrely called ''Paxton'' is the last man standing and uncovers an evil plot in which rich White men pay large amounts of money to torture people to death. Americans cost the most, then ''Euros'' then, presumably, the Japanese girls and ''The Locals''.

 What Eli Roth has done is ,basically, transplant the standard Red Neck Hill Billy psycho narrative from America's Deep South to Eastern Europe. It's interesting because it betrays a trait of Jewish people that they fear and loathe anywhere which is not Liberal and Multicultural, in movies such as Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the Hills Have Eyes and My Bloody Valentine they are viciously attacking places where White  Christians, and conservatives live out their lives in peace and harmony, but these places are also, usually, called ''Anti Semitic''. The aim is to inject into the Western psyche the subversive idea that areas which are not socially ''progressive'' or ''diverse'' are backwards and dangerous and need to be dragged up to speed, whether they want it or not.
                                             

 As Hostel progresses our Mexican hero, Paxton, dispatches numerous torturers, almost all are German with the exception of Jewish actor Rick Hoffman who is in the movie for no other reason than for Roth to give him a leg up on the showbiz ladder, it's outright nepotism. Paxton manages to save one Japanese girl who has had her eye burned out with a blow torch which means the film ends up as a chase between the evil Whites with German overlords and a Mexican with a blinded Japanese girl. The message is clear,White conservative Christian areas are a danger and we must educate these people into accepting foreigners.

 It isn't just Eli Roth and his movie who feel this way about East Europeans, Jewish film critic Owen Gleiberman reviewing Hostel said :

"You may or may not believe that slavering redneck psychos, of the kind who leer through Rob Zombie's The Devil's Rejects, can be found in the Southwest, but it's all too easy to envision this sort of depravity in the former Soviet bloc, the crack-up of which has produced a brutal marketplace of capitalistic fiendishness.

Considering the Jewish role in creating that Soviet Empire that takes some ''chutzpah''

Reacting to the depiction of their country as a slum full of treacherous two faced beggars and whores Slovak officials reacted :

''Slovak and Czechs officials were both disgusted and outraged by the film's portrayal of their country as an undeveloped, poor and uncultured land suffering from high criminality, war, and prostitution,[11]fearing it would "damage the good reputation of Slovakia" and make foreigners feel it was a dangerous place to be.[12] The tourist board of Slovakia invited Roth on an all-expense paid trip to their country so he could see it is not made up of run down factories and kids who kill for bubble gum. Tomáš Galbavý, a Slovak Member of Parliament from the Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party, commented: "I am offended by this film. I think that all Slovaks should feel offended."[12]'
                                                                
                                                                    Eli Roth


And with typical Jewish arrogance Roth replied:

"Americans do not even know that this country exists. My film is not a geographical work but aims to show Americans' ignorance of the world around them."[12][13] Roth has repeatedly argued that despite the many films in The Texas Chainsaw Massacreseries, people still travel to Texas.[14]


People who stumble across this little blog might look at the comments and cartoons and come to the conclusion that we are just a bunch of deluded Nazis or Anti Semites, but the fact is the West is in a mess for a reason and people such as Roth and his people are at the very heart of it. The terrifying part of the story is that they do not restrict themselves to attacking places such as Slovakia with gross films, they are also doing it via finance and politics, academia and culture.

                                               Let it remain so






















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