“I Believe in White Supremacy,” Said John Wayne in 1971 Interview – Nearly Five Decades Later, People are Outraged

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
February 21, 2019

If you ever wondered how much we’ve cucked as a culture these past 50 years, this may show you.

Daily Mail:

An interview with John Wayne in 1971 where he said he ‘believes in white supremacy’ has resurfaced and caused a stir online.

The iconic actor who stared in classics such as True Grit and The Alamo told Playboy almost 50 years ago that ‘Hollywood studios are carrying their tokenism a little too far’.

He also called Native Americans ‘selfish’ and said they should ‘pay as much for Alcatraz as we paid them for Manhattan.’

Matt Williams, a screenwriter, tweeted excerpts of Wayne’s interview, and prompted a furious debate over how to address comments from the past.  

‘Jesus f***, John Wayne was a straight up piece of s***,’ Williams wrote.

Williams then tweeted screenshots of quotes from the interview in which Wayne makes homophobic and racist comments.

The thread went viral, generating nearly 30,000 likes and almost 10,000 retweets as of Tuesday evening.

The comments by Wayne, who was born Marion Mitchell Morrison, are nearly 50 years old, but young social media users are only now beginning to learn who he is.

Known as ‘Duke,’ a nickname he picked up as a boy in Glendale, California, Wayne grew into the star of movies including The Alamo, The Green Beret, and True Grit, for which he won an Academy Award, while portraying the gruff, rugged cowboys and brave soldiers who were his stock in trade.

But his comments to Playboy have tarnished his image in the eyes of many.

I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility.

I don’t believe in giving authority and positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible people,’ Wayne told the magazine.

Wayne told Playboy that there was ‘quite a bit of resentment’ among ‘blacks’.

But we can’t all of a sudden get down on our knees and turn everything over to the leadership of the blacks.’

He’s very right. Just look at Africa.

Even after receiving trillions of dollars in “humanitarian” aid from the West, our technology, our knowledge, our inventions and instructions on how to use them, after we’ve given them for free everything our people had to work for, they still fail at civilization.

Blacks shouldn’t resent us, they should thank us.

Wayne also shared his thoughts about Native Americans.

I don’t feel we did wrong in taking this great country away from them,’ he said.

I think we ought to make a deal with the Indians. They should pay as much for Alcatraz as we paid them for Manhattan.

I hope they haven’t been careless with their wampum.’

When asked if the government should pay reparations to Native Americans, he said: ‘I don’t know why the government should give them something that it wouldn’t give me.’

There was only land before our people arrived. Our ancestors constructed a great country on top of that land. Indians had nothing but dirt, and in fact, they should give reparations to us for having given them all of our creations. From medicine and knowledge to technology and infrastructure, they received everything for free.

“Native Americans” should pay reparations to white people. Just as blacks should.

Wayne was also asked at the time if Hollywood is doing enough to have diversity.

I’ve directed two pictures and I gave blacks their proper position,’ he said.

I had a black slave in The Alamo, and I had a number of blacks in The Green Berets,’ he said.

‘I think the Hollywood studios are carrying their tokenism a little too far.’

The proper position of black people in the civilized world is indeed slavery. The only time they ever worked on something productive was when they were slaves, but now we don’t really need cotton picking anymore so there’s no real reason why we shouldn’t just ship them all back to Africa with a “thank you for your service” card.

Living alongside blacks only creates problems for our people. Just look at how blacks living alongside blacks are doing in Africa, Haiti, or any other black-majority hell-hole.

John Wayne’s comments causing outrage today shows you how much our culture has degenerated. If the interview would have been last week, he’d already be fired from everything and banned from ever working again.

But back then he was open about his political views without having to worry about losing his job. Because back then America was America. It was more America than the America we have now, which the Jews have corrupted through brainwashing and demographic engineering.

America’s youth now.

America’s youth back then.

Our views are deemed extreme now when they were perfectly acceptable fifty years ago. How can something that was perfectly fine and respected not so long ago be considered “radical” and “extreme” today?

We’re just keeping the wisdom of our ancestors alive.

Why reinvent the wheel?

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