August 27, 2019
The teaser-trailer uses lots of footage of the original trilogy as a way to tell people that they should like this because this is still Star Wars, after all.
The first footage for Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker was shared with attendees at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, CA, on Saturday.
And on Monday the rest of the world got a look at the scenes, which revealed plenty.
Rey, played by Daisy Ridley, is seen wielding a red double light saber as she fights her nemesis Kylo Ren, played by Adam Driver. And at the end of the clip, Darth Vader’s heavy breathing can be heard, confirming that he does indeed have a role in this last Skywalker movie, which comes out in December.
The clip begins with old footage from the franchise.
Luke, Leia, and Han are seen from Star Wars: A New Hope in 1977.
And there is additional footage from the other two early movies, The Empire Strikes Back and The Return Of The Jedi as dramatic music plays in the background.
“Hey! Remember that? That is Star Wars! This is Star Wars too!”
Then the new footage is seen.
It starts, ominously, with a fleet of star destroyers in the atmosphere of an unknown planet.
That’s right. The Nazis are back!
Hitler is back, too.
The above is a poster that Disney unveiled at its D23 Expo in Anaheim, CA, on Saturday.
As you can see, they’re bringing back everyone’s favorite hero: Space Fuhrer Palpatine.
Toward the end, Palpatine is heard talking about the ‘journey’ and then Darth Vader’s heavy breathing is introduced, hinting that he will make an appearance in this last Skywalker film.
Director J.J. Abrams earlier confirmed at the Expo that the late Carrie Fisher, who played Princess Leia, will appear in the film, something he has said many times before.
…and also that character played by a dead actress.
There’s a strong parallel between what’s shown in the footage and what’s happening in the West.
Black men and brown men join forces with white women to fight against the ghost of a “villain” who is supposed to have died decades ago.
The setting of the movie is pretty much the setting of our society today. Both settings also have another thing in common: they’re both made by Jews.
Villains from both settings are mostly white men fighting against righteous white women (and fellow white women too) who have allied themselves with all forms of diversity to stop the evil patriarchy.
There’s even a new strong black woman character in this new upcoming movie.
We can expect the movie to show how diversity is really a strength by having a white woman in an interracial relationship defeat the Evil White Man, choosing to make interracial babies and consequently, also defeating Evil Whiteness.
If Disney wanted to make lots of money with this, they should have gone with that Evil Jar Jar theory.
It would have made everyone happier.
But it’s not about money.
It’s about white genocide.
People should be cheering for The Emperor.