Naked Asian Female Nazi Porn
By Ed Driscoll · October 24, 2005 01:02 AM · Hollywood, Interrupted · Radical Chic · The Reich Stuff · The Return of the Primitive
(Oh God, am I whoring for hits with a headline like that, or what?)
After the past four or five years of watching Hollywood produce hagiography about international communists such as the murderous Che Guevara, Castro, and the Stalin-worshiping Frida Kahlo, and stores as mainstream as Burlington Coat Factory selling Che T-shirts, I can't say I'm at all surprised that National Socialists are worshipped in Hong Kong. It is, after all, under control by a regime with a similarly bloodthirsty totalitarian lineage:
Akasi, a quarterly publication for the discerning Nipponophile, has become the latest convert in Hong Kong’s love affair with Nazi Germany. The October issue of the top-shelf glossy is dominated by pictures of an attractive young lady partially dressed as a tank commander and cavorting with wartime general Heinz Guderian.From Simon's World, which has the above article minus its photos, and a link to the article itself, which should you follow it past the Simon's World blog, is most definitely not safe for work. (Found via Charles Johnson.)
In an interview in the latest issue of Premiere magazine (September 2005), Ms. Foster was asked: "For years, you've been planning a biopic about Leni Riefenstahl, who directed the Nazi propaganda film Triumph of the Will and who died two years ago. Are you still going to make it?"Should do boffo box office in Hong Kong's cinemas, particularly if Max Bialystock and Leo Bloom produce it.
Update: Sadly, this isn't too surprising either, come to think of it. Hey, attractive young women sporting Nazi paraphernalia--they aren't just for Hong Kong anymore!
Thirteen-year-old twins Lamb and Lynx Gaede have one album out, another on the way, a music video, and lots of fans.As Rob Port (currently profiled on the Pajamas Media site) adds:
What an ironic thing for a Nazi twit to say. Ideals like “freedom of speech” don’t exist when the Nazis are in charge.Exactly.
To paraphrase something that Jonah Goldberg wrote this past summer, and Simon's World quoted elsewhere in his post above, Nazism is supposed to define the outer limits of evil, not the lowest threshold. That its symbols are joining its linguistic expressions (ala Dick Durbin, Janeane Garofalo, and many, many others), to slowly become part of the dumbed-down pop culture vernacular is a depressing sight to observe.
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