Tom Cruise’s New Top Gun Movie Trailer Shows a Suspicious Similarity to White Men’s Current Situation

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
July 19, 2019

Tom Cruise surprised the Comic-Con audience this week with the trailer for his new film, a sequel to Top Gun.

AP:

Tom Cruise has made an unexpected flyby at San Diego Comic-Con to debut the first trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick.”

Cruise says all the flying in the trailer is real and that “Top Gun: Maverick” is a love letter to aviation. They worked with the Navy for the film, which is currently in production.

“Top Gun: Maverick” is expected to hit theaters next June. Val Kilmer, Jon Hamm and Miles Teller co-star.

Here’s the video.

Wait. Wrong link.

This one:

It’s basically Ed Harris talking to Tom Cruise.

Transcript below.

Thirty plus years of service.

Combat medals.

Citations.

Only man to shoot down three enemy planes in the last forty years.

Yet you can’t get a promotion.

You won’t retire.

And despite your best efforts, you refuse to die.

You should be at least a two-star admiral by now.

Yet here you are.

Captain.

Why is that?

— It’s one of life’s mysteries, sir.

The end is inevitable, Maverick. Your kind is headed for extinction.

— Maybe so, sir. But not today.

You may have involuntarily raised an eyebrow. In that case, you’re not alone.

Let’s take a closer look at the dialogue and write some notes.

Thirty plus years of service.

Combat medals.

Citations.

Only man to shoot down three enemy planes in the last forty years.

The first part of the dialogue sets the tone talking about Maverick’s achievements but it draws a parallel to white men as a whole, who have an exceptional track record yet are currently unappreciated and underrated, to say the least.

Yet you can’t get a promotion.

White men quite literally can’t get a promotion in our society, with all of these diversity quotas, equality ideas, reparations talks and other such nonsense.

You won’t retire.

And despite your best efforts, you refuse to die.

Racism, bigotry and self-preservation instincts still exist.

You should be at least a two-star admiral by now.

Yet here you are.

Captain.

We should be conquering the stars, but instead we’re using science to mutilate the genitals of insane people and witnessing our countries getting destroyed by brown hordes while we’re hated by those who suck our blood.

Why is that?

— It’s one of life’s mysteries, sir.

Yes, goy. It’s a mystery.

The end is inevitable, Maverick. Your kind is headed for extinction.

— Maybe so, sir. But not today.

That’s right, motherfucker. NO WHITE GENOCIDE TODAY.

TODAY WE FIGHT.

Unfortunately, by the looks of it, we may be fighting Iran or some random or made-up Middle Eastern country.

It’s hard to imagine people feeling any kind of connection with US military characters considering the United States is now acting like a deranged bully, trying to start wars that don’t really benefit anyone but Jews, using excuses that don’t really make sense.

War movies set in Current Year are a touchy subject, mostly because in Current Year, America is the bad guy (or, at least, the puppet of Israel the bad guys) and it is hard to achieve suspension of disbelief if the movie pretends otherwise.

Why would America be fighting ANYONE today?

There’s no real reason other than serving Jewish interests. It’s not in white people’s interests to fight Iran, China, Russia, North Korea, or anyone really.

We don’t even really have to fight Jews. We could if we wanted to, but just literally kicking them out would solve innumerable problems.

Considering the above, it’s clear that there’s no logical angle to this kind of movie. What there is is an emotional angle that aims to get the goyim to fight for their Jewish overlords with a smile on their faces.

It’s persuasion through the glorification of mindless war.

The good news is that if you really want to watch the movie, understanding the above can render the movie’s Jewing useless.

Sometimes you just want to watch some good pew pew pew.

If that’s the case, remember that bodycam footage is a thing.

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