Ex Situ: The Grinch and Racial Suicide


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Joe Crawford from ArtLung sent in this link to a post from Undercover Black Man, which itself links to a seasonal over-analyzation at Lawrence Auster’s View from the Right blog.

Here’s Mr. Auster’s entire article:

As I type, I’m glancing at some grotesque thing on ABC, about the Grinch and Christmas, in which humans interact in brotherhood with a variety of monstrous looking other species, and a little girl has a tender relationship with an unsettlingly hideous but sensitive and kind-hearted being called the Grinch, and everyone loves each other. This is not our society celebrating the beautiful holiday of Christmas. This is the Liberal Controllers of our society carefully teaching children an unnatural and dangerous lie that they would never believe unless they were carefully taught. How many whites will militate against vitally necessary immigration restrictions in the decades to come, how many young white females will be raped and murdered by nonwhites in the decades to come, because of the message of trusting and loving racial aliens that programs like this implant in them?

As an holiday bonus, one can click the link below to read an additional Who-sized comment about the Shrek movies.

Undercover Black Man: Lawrence Auster has a Question
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5 Responses to Ex Situ: The Grinch and Racial Suicide

  1. Thanks for the linkage, sir. I enjoy your site.

  2. Some Pony says:

    “How many whites will militate against vitally necessary immigration restrictions in the decades to come, how many young white females will be raped and murdered by nonwhites in the decades to come, because of the message of trusting and loving racial aliens that programs like this implant in them?”

    (Head a-splodes…)

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  4. Rob Northrup says:

    “in which humans interact in brotherhood with a variety of monstrous looking other species…”

    Where are the humans in either version of the story? The Grinch isn’t human, but the Whos aren’t necessarily human either. They all have snouts and that little slit between mouth and nose like a dog or cat. In the cartoon, some of them have tails and Cindy Lou Who has frickin antennae coming out her head. If I remember the live action movie (and I’ve tried not to), they show young Grinch growing up with the Whos and going to school with them. I take that to mean he is one of them.

    Unfortunately, racists can project their worldview on any kind of movie or cartoon where the good guys and bad guys are visually different, even movies where visually different protagonists work together.

  5. Cindi says:

    ^^ Good point. what messed-up version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas did Auster watch anyway?

    (Oh, wait, maybe it *was* the live-action one.)

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